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

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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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Yeah but you actually think those that ask a question that can easily be answered by a quick simple Google search reads each post in these threads? Lol.. get real, the issue is they fail to read at all. Its demonstrated in this thread.
Like the saying goes, you can give a man a fish and he has dinner, but if you teach him how to fish and catch his own, he can eat for a life time..
Its as simple as that, how hard is it to do a Google search? No need for complete sentences, less keystrokes, no waiting, and best thing is you're no longer co-dependant on someone else. The reality is in today's day and age, where answers are just a couple clicks away, we have Google, the best most powerful search engine in the world. Think how incredible it'd be to show someone the capabilities of it, who's not experienced it yet? Its a damn shame really, you don't need to have all the answers to be the smartest, but just knowing where to find them can build much confidence.
I am sorry, but am really disgusted reading this. I am 57, terminal and spent life and career as Nurse Specialist, working with patients and Director of Medical staff education. I am also a Christian, so, if you are going to quote scripture regarding learning to fish, please quote correctly. Also, my husband teaches post-grad at 2 Universities, expert consultant, and head of his department. Trust me when I tell you there was nothing in your comment to that person except arrogance, rudeness, and superiority. You know nothing about him or his situation. He may not have grown up in a time where if power goes out or battery dies on smartphone it is a life changing event that could ruin your whole day. He asked a question, it would have been much nicer of you, made you look more adult, just to go about your precious day, rather than your response. So, please don't flatter yourself on teaching that person to fish. That would be like me telling my 94 year old grandmother who lives with my husband & I, to "Google it" when she barely can make calls on her smartphone and after 6 years still help her with remote to tv. Next time, just stay wrapped up in your own busy little world and keep your rude remarks at home. Someone else would have answered the question and you meant it, just as it sounded, rude and demeaning. You did not give any instructions on how to "Google" and not sure if you are 12 or actually work, but as an RN, assuming in the real world can get you in lots of trouble.

Sorry, but had to call BS, cannot stand to see someone intentionally being rude and hurtful to someone who just asked a question. What this area is for, otherwise it would say "if have further questions please Google for details"
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Looking to pick up some more multicolor lights, These are only 800 or 850 lumens, is that bright enough?

My current ones are about 25 feet up and 1100 lumens. I assume the brightness on these would be good at ground level.
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KL125P2 / $24.99 are regular priced ... so I'll wait for them to get on sale. Have plenty of others.
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can these be used in an enclosed fixture?
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can these be used in an enclosed fixture?
like what? It can go nearly anywhere a regular bulb can except direct weather contact.
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like what? It can go nearly anywhere a regular bulb can except direct weather contact.
Lots of bulbs are not rated for recessed lighting or porch lights that are enclosed and create a lot of heat
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my local Costco is running a promo, 2 Feit Smart Bulbs for 9.99? It's not as bright as the one listed here, but at $5 a pop, it's not so bad. I go them installed in my kids' lamps and set it on a timer. Also, a couple of weeks ago, Online Costco was selling 4 packs for $20 bucks (50% off) and ordered 4 as spares.

It needs its own App (Feit electric?) but it integrates easily on Google Home. I love these bulbs because I can set them on RGB colors or as Daylight or Warm. Again, not as bright as the one posted here, but for my use case, the Feit ones worked wonderfully.
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Lots of bulbs are not rated for recessed lighting or porch lights that are enclosed and create a lot of heat
Got it.

These are LED bulbs so there is very little heat...the only heat I feel is in the base but it's no more than a typical LED bulb so i'd say they are fine.

I had a standard smart bulb in an enclosed porch light for over a year and no problems there either.
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What's the difference between the KL125 and KL130. Looks different but have the same specs.
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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...
Just wondering if anyone realize the wrong answer was given.

From what I read on the TP-Link site, The KL125 and KL130 share almost the same specs. The KL125 is a newer model and uses a little bit less energy.
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Just wondering if anyone realize the wrong answer was given.

From what I read on the TP-Link site, The KL125 and KL130 share almost the same specs. The KL125 is a newer model and uses a little bit less energy.
Why does Kasa insist on having their new models with lower numbers than their old ones?
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Yeah, this^.

I, too, questioned it because I paid $25 for one about a year ago and wondered if they just lowered the price or not and it turns out this is a completely different multi-colored bulb.

and instead of asking and expecting someone to answer it for me, I went to kasa's site, clicked one product and viewed the tech specs, clicked the 2nd product, viewed the tech specs, and had my answer. In the time of having almost any information available to us within seconds, there's still the people who can't look it up themselves?

Crap, sorry, that was snarky as well. Moving along. This is a good 2 pack price for a good product. Love my TP-Link Kasa products, all 20+ of them (stopped counting).
I hope by now everyone has gotten their personal issues out of their system.

The two spec differences that you mentioned are obvious but so immaterial to any decision whatsoever that I disregarded them. 1.5 watts is meaningless and I can't imagine many people will go over 6500k. Since it is unlikely that a company will spend time and R&D dollars creating a product with such immaterial differences - I was asking if there was something that a current owner may notice that was not apparent from research.

Perhaps one has a longer lifespan, larger or smaller footprint, brighter colors, better angle of the light, etc. Many things that cannot be found in a "Google search".
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If you didn't need the ability to change the colors -- why would you opt for this rather than a kasa smart plug (for example) so that you could control the light fixture and use any bulb?
Similar thought here. I keep looking at smart bulbs hoping I could find a use case for it that would not require taping the light switch in the on position! Virtually all of my lights and lamps are controlled by Kasa smart switches and plugs.

A few obvious situations where a smart bulb is required as opposed to a switch/plug:

1. No neutral wire - most smart switches will not work
2. You need it for temperature and color changes
3. 4- way switch, or 3-way switch with non-standard wiring (although Kasa's 3-way switch works great, the wiring needs to be standard and to code for it to work properly.)

For me it's just a constant hassle when someone in my house shuts the switch when leaving the room. I had a few smart bulbs that I got rid of because it was just annoying. I am happy with the same 3000k temperature all over my house and have no real need or desire for colors.
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I hope by now everyone has gotten their personal issues out of their system.

The two spec differences that you mentioned are obvious but so immaterial to any decision whatsoever that I disregarded them. 1.5 watts is meaningless and I can't imagine many people will go over 6500k. Since it is unlikely that a company will spend time and R&D dollars creating a product with such immaterial differences - I was asking if there was something that a current owner may notice that was not apparent from research.

Perhaps one has a longer lifespan, larger or smaller footprint, brighter colors, better angle of the light, etc. Many things that cannot be found in a "Google search".
Except that wasn't your question, you broadly asked what's the difference and that could easily be found. Different wattage, different color range...that's about it. And since it's new, I doubt many people (at least on this forum) have had enough time to compare the two.

I would suspect if you phrased your question the way you did above, no one would have responded the way they did. But alas, there are still a ton of people on this forum in nearly every thread who ask the most basic questions like "Is this 1 or 2 pack" when the answer is right there in the product description, which lends to the theory of increased laziness. have a discussion but don't expect people to do work for you, that's all that's being said in these snarky responses.
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Quote from syeb :
Similar thought here. I keep looking at smart bulbs hoping I could find a use case for it that would not require taping the light switch in the on position! Virtually all of my lights and lamps are controlled by Kasa smart switches and plugs.

A few obvious situations where a smart bulb is required as opposed to a switch/plug:

1. No neutral wire - most smart switches will not work
2. You need it for temperature and color changes
3. 4- way switch, or 3-way switch with non-standard wiring (although Kasa's 3-way switch works great, the wiring needs to be standard and to code for it to work properly.)

For me it's just a constant hassle when someone in my house shuts the switch when leaving the room. I had a few smart bulbs that I got rid of because it was just annoying. I am happy with the same 3000k temperature all over my house and have no real need or desire for colors.
I use these bulbs in stand alone light fixtures where they're not controlled by a plug or a switch. Plus, these bulbs can be dimmed where a plug can't do that. You don't typically want to mix smart bulbs with smart switches as you eluded to...and kasa makes a 3 way switch that works great.

In more detail, one of my smart bulbs is for a desk lamp for my wife, one of my colored smart bulbs is on our entry table and will adjust color temp and brightness throughout the evening, and one is used behind our tv as a "mood" light (i have a movie scene that I execute to change the colors while we're watching the movie...it's unnecessary but the tech nerd in me loves it).

Any light that would be controlled by a switch has a smart switch or dimmer and I use my plugs for things like our wax melter and xmas tree (during that time of year).
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Except that wasn't your question, you broadly asked what's the difference and that could easily be found. Different wattage, different color range...that's about it. And since it's new, I doubt many people (at least on this forum) have had enough time to compare the two.

I would suspect if you phrased your question the way you did above, no one would have responded the way they did. But alas, there are still a ton of people on this forum in nearly every thread who ask the most basic questions like "Is this 1 or 2 pack" when the answer is right there in the product description, which lends to the theory of increased laziness. have a discussion but don't expect people to do work for you, that's all that's being said in these snarky responses.
Good point. Believe it or not I did spend time researching it before posting but other than the spec differences (which were small enough that I couldn't imagine creating a new product for), and the form factor, I just couldn't figure it out and thought I was missing something. Granted I could have phrased the question a bit more succinctly so you are certainly correct there.
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