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LIFX 75W Equiv BR30 Dimmable Wi-Fi LED Multi-Color Smart Light Bulb EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has for Prime Members: LIFX 75-Watt Equivalent BR30 Dimmable Wi-Fi Connected Multi-Colored LED Smart Light Bulb (LHB30E26US0) on sale for $26.99. Shipping is free.

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About this Product:
  • LIFX lights are engineered to provide a simple way to start designing your connected home.
  • Easy Setup: Simply screw in bulb and use the app to set up. No hub required
  • 1100 Lumens
  • Lasts up to 22 years ( based on 3 hours daily use )
  • Compatibility: Homekit, Alexa, Google Assistant, Smart Things and Cortana compatible (and more)
  • Full Range of Colors: 16 Million Colors

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  • Price Research: Our research indicates that LFX Multi-Colored LED Smart Light Bulb is $12 less (32.50% Savings) than the next best price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $39.99
  • Warranty: Includes 2-Year Warranty
  • Amazon Return Policy: Eligible for returns within 30-Days.
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Prime day deal. Price is $40. Additional 30% discount at checkout.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08BKZ9K4J

Also, LIFX Color, A19 1100 lumens bulb for the same price.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08BKXPX3N
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I've had 3 of these for at least 3 years now. Never had any issue with them.
I always love when the ad for these types of lights state how the led will last over 20 years. It's so misleading. It's the controller chip on the bulb that gets hot and 99% of the time will die before the led. Doesn't matter if the led is good for 20 years if the light will no longer turn on.

I dream of a day when we will have some sense of honesty with marketing.
I have both the Hue and LIFX in my home and prefer the LIFX over the HUE. Slowly converting all my lights over to LIFX, buy them in times like these because they're obviously expensive for a lightbulb (considering) and especially if you need multiple ones for different can lights in rooms.

I have owned both for a few years and both have worked very well but the brightness of the LIFX and accuracy/amount of colors FAR exceeds HUE.

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Bought 2 LIFX bulbs about 6 months ago. Worked for about a week and then quit responding to voice commands
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Bought 2 LIFX bulbs about 6 months ago. Worked for about a week and then quit responding to voice commands
I've had 3 of these for at least 3 years now. Never had any issue with them.
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Bought 2 of at A19. Thanks OP! Love LIFX Bulbs!

This will be number 6 and 7 in my house.
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What's the difference between the one posted in this thread and this one? Regarding the A19 -
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...d60f18032a

I know it says 75w for the one I posted and the one the OP posted says 11 watts in description but in a reply from LIFX that "1100 lumens is 75 watt equivalent"
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Still waiting for a warranty replacement that I requested 6 months ago. Pathetic Customer service.
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You can get 4 BR30 "Feit electric" Smart bulbs for the price of 1 LIFX bulb in Costco when they are on sale. They are ok. At least you will not be hugely disappointed
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What's the difference between the one posted in this thread and this one? Regarding the A19 -
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...d60f18032a

I know it says 75w for the one I posted and the one the OP posted says 11 watts in description but in a reply from LIFX that "1100 lumens is 75 watt equivalent"
They are different form factors. A19 is more of a standard light bulb size/shape, whereas BR30 is more of a floodlight/can light size.
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Anyone use these outdoors as flood lights? 1100 lumens is better than Hue's 650 for BR30. Would like to add some accent colors to my outdoor lighting but still want to be able to see getting into/out the garage. (Assuming my WiFi can reach there)
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Anyone use these outdoors as flood lights? 1100 lumens is better than Hue's 650 for BR30. Would like to add some accent colors to my outdoor lighting but still want to be able to see getting into/out the garage. (Assuming my WiFi can reach there)
Also wanting to use this as a floodlight hitting my pool but concerned about storms and the winter
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Flashlight can go up to 8,000-10,000 lumens. Surprised actual bulbs are still in the dark at 1,000-2,000 lumens.
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They are different form factors. A19 is more of a standard light bulb size/shape, whereas BR30 is more of a floodlight/can light size.
You read my post wrong but I may have worded it confusingly? The link I provided, did you click it? I'll reword it again below.

What's the difference between the A19 from this thread - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08BKXP...37341f0INT

And the A19 from this page - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...d60f18032a
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I always love when the ad for these types of lights state how the led will last over 20 years. It's so misleading. It's the controller chip on the bulb that gets hot and 99% of the time will die before the led. Doesn't matter if the led is good for 20 years if the light will no longer turn on.

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I have both the Hue and LIFX in my home and prefer the LIFX over the HUE. Slowly converting all my lights over to LIFX, buy them in times like these because they're obviously expensive for a lightbulb (considering) and especially if you need multiple ones for different can lights in rooms.

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