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Sengled Dusk to Dawn Light Sensor Bulb Outdoor Indoor LED Photocell Sensor Light Bulb 3 Pack For 11.99

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Sengled Dusk to Dawn Light Sensor Bulb Outdoor Indoor LED Photocell Sensor Light Bulb Soft White A19 E26 Lamp Auto On/Off Dark Sensing Night Lighting Bulbs | 3 Pack for 11.99, after a 40% coupon.

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Great find 👌 order 10 sets
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Nice - looks like a great deal. Wish they had daylight (~5000k) versions
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Hmm ...

Don't understand why have a sensor if the other WiFi ones can be controlled based on Sunrise/Sunset cycles? And when the bulb goes bad you effectively toss a perfectly working sensor Confused

I know they have issues with their WiFi bulbs, they need to be reset periodically. Why can't they improve the quality of those bulbs (at least for the folks who use the WiFi kind).
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Hmm ...

Don't understand why have a sensor if the other WiFi ones can be controlled based on Sunrise/Sunset cycles? And when the bulb goes bad you effectively toss a perfectly working sensor Confused

I know they have issues with their WiFi bulbs, they need to be reset periodically. Why can't they improve the quality of those bulbs (at least for the folks who use the WiFi kind).
i would trust a 50 yrs tech than a wifi connected with a reliable internet to get something as simple as this to work.
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Great find 👌 order 10 sets
How did you get the discount to apply to 10 set?
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Hmm ...

Don't understand why have a sensor if the other WiFi ones can be controlled based on Sunrise/Sunset cycles? And when the bulb goes bad you effectively toss a perfectly working sensor Confused

I know they have issues with their WiFi bulbs, they need to be reset periodically. Why can't they improve the quality of those bulbs (at least for the folks who use the WiFi kind).
Hmm...

Don't understand why have a WiFi bulb if a reliable light sensing bulb will come on and off based on actual needs (ie: heailvy overcast evenings or mornings) regardless of sunset/sunrise times. No need to program or reset the light sensing bulbs ... they just do their thing. And, when the WiFi bulb goes bad you effectively toss a perfectly working WiFi circuit and an expensive bulb? Confused

In any case, I'm in for three of these - thanks OP!
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How did you get the discount to apply to 10 set?
It took 40% off entire order at checkout
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It took 40% off entire order at checkout
Thanks. It only give me the discount for only 1. ☹
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If you need to buy more than the three pack the six pack and multiples thereof will work out to be cheaper.
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Hmm ...

Don't understand why have a sensor if the other WiFi ones can be controlled based on Sunrise/Sunset cycles? And when the bulb goes bad you effectively toss a perfectly working sensor Confused

I know they have issues with their WiFi bulbs, they need to be reset periodically. Why can't they improve the quality of those bulbs (at least for the folks who use the WiFi kind).
I don't understand why anyone would spend 15 bucks on a wifi bulb that only works if your internet is working,and when the bulb dies you have to throw away the wifi part to - when for $3 ea you can buy a led bulb with a simple light sensor that automatically turns the light on and off at dusk and dawn (no programming required).
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Thanks. It only give me the discount for only 1. ☹
Try placing multiple single item orders. You should be able to click the 40 percent coupon each time. Amazon hopes you wouldn't notice that you only got the discount on one item in a multiple order (they never met a true slick dealer lol).
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i would trust a 50 yrs tech than a wifi connected with a reliable internet to get something as simple as this to work.
It's a decent solution, but when your best intentions are defeated by someone turning off the light switch... plus when the bulb eventually burns out. Good Wifi is easy enough these days, but I've been using Hubitat and before that Smarthings on my front porch light for five years. Both of those solutions rely on largely reliable z-wave networks and cheap device switches. It just works and I can swap in cheap bulbs.

These will likely last maybe two years and then you'll need to buy them again, hopefully on sale again.
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Try placing multiple single item orders. You should be able to click the 40 percent coupon each time. Amazon hopes you wouldn't notice that you only got the discount on one item in a multiple order (they never met a true slick dealer lol).
That's awesome. Learned something new. Thank you!!!
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WiFi bulbs don't last in the Texas heat. This simple dusk/dawn sensor does. On top of that, if you have brick walls is hard to get a good connection outside.
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