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TP-Link Kasa KL130 Smart Wi-Fi LED Multicolor Light Bulb

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Amazon has TP-Link Kasa KL130 Smart Wi-Fi LED Multicolor Light Bulb for $14.99 when you clip the $2 extra savings coupon on the product page. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders of $25+.

Amazon also has 2-Pack TP-Link Kasa KL125P2 Smart Wi-Fi LED Multicolor Light Bulb for $24.99. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders of $25+.

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KL125 uses 1.5 watts less than KL135. KL125 color range is 2500 - 6500K, while KL135 color range is 2500- 9000K. Says my 10 second Google search...
Should've attached a lmgtfy link!
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I have multicolor hue lights in my house but I find that I never use the colors other than different temp lights. The white leds are so much cheaper. And no, I don't have disco parties in my house
One of the great things that you can use the multicolor bulbs for is as a kind of "silent alarm" reminder. It can be less obvious and disruptive depending on the situation, or could warn you of something in a way that might be more obvious than a phone notification might.

VERY specific examples would be setting the light to change to a different color when it's time for the kids to get off their computer or alert you come to dinner at a certain time or whatever.

Setting the bulbs to change to a different color when reacting to something, say a camera or garage door sensor is triggered can be another way to use colored bulbs as a warning device.
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It's funny because I don't change mine all too often either but here is how i've incorporated mine:

I have one that is behind our living room tv acting like a mood/accent light. It's blue 90% of the time. When I do our Movie Time scene I have it change colors every 5-10 minutes to give it some "motion". It's totally unnecessary but it's fun.

The other one I have will change to blue when we go to bed and then slowly fade down over the next 2 minutes then turn off. I also have it go red for 2 minutes if the door bell goes off (actually both go red for 2 minutes when this happens).

I also have a scene for middle of the night to turn those 2 on if we need to come downstairs as they can be set to a certain brightness and color to not fully disturb sleep pattersn.
You said exactly what I was saying, but you typed quicker Smilie
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Should've attached a lmgtfy link!
I was wondering what type of person was drawn to this deal and there you are. Wow.


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This is a good price. I paid $18 for this back in November of last year. Great light bulbs.


Not a good price at all. I'm quite satisfied with the 4 pack deal I got off here for the same price and a different brand around the same time

They too "work with Alexa & Google No hub required Control from anywhere Voice control Requires a secured 2.4 GigaHertz Wi Fi network connection" etc

Edit: found a link to the November deal. This is madness really. These are plenty bright and half the price. I use them all day everyday with all the apps and devices imaginable https://slickdeals.net/e/14362199-smart-wifi-light-led-bulbs-work-with-alexa-google-home-4-pack-26-99
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I was wondering what type of person was drawn to this deal and there you are. Wow.






Not a good price at all. I'm quite satisfied with the 4 pack deal I got off here for the same price and a different brand around the same time

They too "work with Alexa & Google No hub required Control from anywhere Voice control Requires a secured 2.4 GigaHertz Wi Fi network connection" etc

Edit: found a link to the November deal. This is madness really. These are plenty bright and half the price. I use them all day everyday with all the apps and devices imaginable https://slickdeals.net/e/14362199-smart-wifi-light-led-bulbs-work-with-alexa-google-home-4-pack-26-99
BAD idea to use no name wifi bulbs. It is just a matter of time before they kill their app and cloud servers that they depend on.

Keep with a name brand.​
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One of the great things that you can use the multicolor bulbs for is as a kind of "silent alarm" reminder. It can be less obvious and disruptive depending on the situation, or could warn you of something in a way that might be more obvious than a phone notification might.

VERY specific examples would be setting the light to change to a different color when it's time for the kids to get off their computer or alert you come to dinner at a certain time or whatever.

Setting the bulbs to change to a different color when reacting to something, say a camera or garage door sensor is triggered can be another way to use colored bulbs as a warming device.
Yes they are fun to play with for a month or so with all the different things you "can" do with them but the novelty wears off (for me at least) and doing all these things takes more time than I have to spend. I do not need to train my kids with lights. Movie mood lights become more of a distraction after the first few times. They are nice to have for holiday lighting. Halloween, Christmas ect. But that is one day of the year.
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BAD idea to use no name wifi bulbs. It is just a matter of time before they kill their app and cloud servers that they depend on.

Keep with a name brand.​
Umm they're full integrated with Alexa and Google Home. No such app needed. This entire thread is hilarious.

Sorry I thought this was slickdeals where we get 4 bulbs instead of 2 for the same price and rely on reviews from actual owners and not baseless conspiracies from non-owners who seem to prefer paying double just for a name brand label. And TP-Link isn't really even any good. Their routers are trash LMAO
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I have a couple of these in the house(both standard white and multi-color) and work great. My only gripe is if you lose power they will default to turn the light on when your power comes back on.

The best you can do is set it to 1% brightness but keep that in mind.
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I completely agree. It's just that the previous bulbs had to be specifically connected to the 2.4 band vs just connected to the wifi. I had the same issues with the garage doors.
Another poster has mentioned this but I would try changing the SSID for your 2.4 GHz. You can just add on a suffix like yourregularssid_IoT. Then your router won't try to move clients from 2.4 to 5 and the band steering capability of your router becomes irrelevant.
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Yes they are fun to play with for a month or so with all the different things you "can" do with them but the novelty wears off (for me at least) and doing all these things takes more time than I have to spend. I do not need to train my kids with lights. Movie mood lights become more of a distraction after the first few times. They are nice to have for holiday lighting. Halloween, Christmas ect. But that is one day of the year.
I was just offering SOME suggestions for things people CAN do with color bulbs, for people who might not have thought to use them for purposes like this. Obviously, that kind of thing is not for you.

I did not "train my kids with lights", I don't even use mine for that purpose, again, just offering suggestions to some folks who might be interested.

All of the things you mentioned are perfectly valid, subjective opinions. I get it. You don't like colored bulbs. Some people do. And for those who are interested, it quite literally takes seconds to minutes to set up any of these suggestions.

Thanks, and have a great rest of your day.

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Umm they're full integrated with Alexa and Google Home. No such app needed. This entire thread is hilarious.

Sorry I thought this was slickdeals where we get 4 bulbs instead of 2 for the same price and rely on reviews from actual owners and not baseless conspiracies from non-owners who seem to prefer paying double just for a name brand label. And TP-Link isn't really even any good. Their routers are trash https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima.../emot-LMAO.gif

I picked up the Feit color smart bulbs from Costco at 2 bulbs for $10 a while back, They're decent, but not as bright as I'd like, especially using color, and they will occasionally disconnect. I just received my order from Wyze (4 bulbs, $40 with shipping, but they are not in stock currently) https://wyze.com/wyze-bulb-color.html. Definitely brighter at 1100 lumens vs. 800, with 90+ CRI, but I just got them, so I'm not sure what issues will pop up in the future.
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For the multicolored, can I control 5 lights with 1 switch for media room?
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For the multicolored, can I control 5 lights with 1 switch for media room?
The point of these is to use without a switch. Use case is either use with an app, or voice-enabled assistant, Alexa or Google.
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The point of these is to use without a switch. Use case is either use with an app, or voice-enabled assistant, Alexa or Google.
The reason I'm asking is the FEIT colored ones that I got from Costco a month ago would not be supported as part of 1 switch. They would just keep on blinking after configuration.
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Are there concerns about putting a ton of IoT devises onto home WiFi? At some point i think it might start to interfere with priority if not utilization, and of course the possible security issues. How much to these "talk"? I have a feeling it's more often then when you send a command or request status....
I've been trying to stick with devises that work with Smartthings for that reason but perhaps my concerns are excessive/unnecessary. Looking for input from someone in IT.
Personally I keep all of these WiFi-trickle devices on old WRT54G's that I repurposed as Access Points, double-NAT''d behind my primary router and they've been just fine. No load on my primary router/WiFi and just simplifies the network overall.

I think your concerns are valid as some routers have hardware limitations on # of connected devices. Using old 2.4GHz routers as additional access points was my solution but there may be others.
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