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YMMV | Color and Tunable White 150-Watt Equivalent A23 LED Dimmable Smart Wi-Fi Wiz Connected Wireless LED Light Bulb (4-Pack) - $26.97

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Homedepot has a Color and Tunable White 150-Watt Equivalent A23 LED Dimmable Smart Wi-Fi Wiz Connected Wireless LED Light Bulb (4-Pack) while its MSRP is 107.88 per case is at almost 75% discount for $26.97 / per case of four.

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Pack details its a pack of four:
Includes 4 bulbs ($6.74 / bulb)
$26.97 / case

Product Overview
Philips Smart Wi-Fi LED lighting puts you in complete control of your lighting with smart bulbs that are easy to use, functional and affordable. We've made all of your favorite high-quality Philips bulbs smarter, just connect them to your existing Wi-Fi network. Philips Wi-Fi lighting is WiZ-connected and controlled with the WiZ app. This Smart Color and Tunable White 150-Watt equivalent A-shape bulb lets you live life colorfully. Dynamic light modes make any room glow in your favorite color. Or use tunable white light that adjusts from relaxing warm white to energizing cool daylight. Use app presets to choose the perfect lighting for your daily activities. With this smart A23 bulb you can play with millions of colors, thousands of shades of white and enjoy pre-set well-being modes to find the perfect light temperature. Control your lights wherever you are using the WiZ app or your favorite compatible voice control device. This product requires a Wi-Fi connection to operate wirelessly.
  • Smart full color light
  • Scene setting
  • Home and away control
  • Home lighting automation: set schedules to suit your lifestyle
  • Download the free WiZ app for Android or iPhone to start using
  • Not compatible with the Philips Hue / Philips Hue app
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sahil80 asked this question on 09-27-2022 at 03:11 PM
09-27-2022 at 03:11 PM
Yes, see https://www.home-assistant.io/integrations/wiz for full details.
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Wonder why the price cut? Maybe these models are being replaced. If so, they might not get upgraded to support Matter...
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I was able to find one. Price is accurate. Thanks OP! Truly slick deal. Repped.
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As far as I can tell, these are an extremely new product and this might be the normal price since these smart/color bulbs have been getting so cheap.

The oldest literature I could find was from August 5th, 2022.
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Quote from nsxviper :
I like the WiZ products. They're easy to use and better than TP-LINK and Phillips Hue.
Eh, debatable. The thing Hue has over both of those is not being wifi. You end up clogging your network with a bunch of connections if you want to outfit more than a couple fixtures.
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As far as I can tell, these are an extremely new product and this might be the normal price since these smart/color bulbs have been getting so cheap.

The oldest literature I could find was from August 5th, 2022.
These have been around for a while. I've seen them in some stores for the last few years. The price is probably a little inflated, because they're definitely cheaper than the Hue line.
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Can someone with hands-on experience comment on the white color quality or lack thereof?

Also note, these are 150W bulbs and about 1/3 bigger (and heavier) than standard A19 (standard) sized light bulbs.
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do they work with Home Assistant?
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do they work with Home Assistant?
Yes, see https://www.home-assistant.io/integrations/wiz for full details.
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Also note, these are 150W bulbs and about 1/3 bigger (and heavier) than standard A19 (standard) sized light bulbs.
Just posted about this in a separate thread about a different Philips 150W lamp: this is an A23 lamp. The number after the A represents the diameter of the lamp in eighths of an inch. I've attached an image for reference, but that means this lamp's diameter is 2 7/8" vs. a more typical A19 which is 2 3/8" an A15 ceiling fan lamp which is 1 7/8" in diameter. Those diameter changes also affect the lamp's overall length. with A19 lamps typically being under 4.5" whereas A23 are easily over 5".

Good luck!
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Yes, see https://www.home-assistant.io/integrations/wiz for full details.
The awesome thing you can do with this kind of device and such integration is set up scheduled daylighting, where you adjust the color temperature of the light source throughout the day.

Of course, for ease of use there's the still-delayed "Natural Light Scene" coming from Philips Hue soon [hueblog.com]. However, I'd daresay that controlling it yourself might lead to results that better match daylight colors in your particular latitude at a given time of year.

I'm a bit obsessed with this topic... just check out a couple of Hackaday Prize entries here [hackaday.io] and here [hackaday.io] attempting to DIY this kind of effect with commodity lamps.

Good luck!
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This is a one pack listed as a four pack. Denied Oroville California store manager.
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Can someone with hands-on experience comment on the white color quality or lack thereof?
Didn't mean to skip past this question in my earlier response, There are really two areas to focus upon here, since you can't yet solve for both problems yet.

If your complaint is purely with the ambient color temperature of the light created within a room/space then this kind of tunable light source is a dream come true. There are, of course, other models available. The point, however, is that a color tunable lamp could finally let you pick that perfect color that satisfies your inner Goldilocks: not-too-warm (as some find 2700K warm white lamps) and not-too-cool/blue (as some find 5000K cool white and even 4000K bright white lamps). You can finally pick your color and live with it... until a seasonal sunlight change messes it all up again(?). I guess if you're also a control freak this is either awesome or terrible.

Now if your actual concern lies with how colors are rendered under the light source you're asking about CRI. However, the CRI label on lamps today is simply too easy to game. The Philips in this listing are rated at 90 CRI, which is trivial for a lamp to reach these days with modern phosphors and tells you basically nothing about how well skin tones or reds are rendered (one of the most sensitive color ranges impacted by our new blue LED light sources). Assuming you can find a color temperature you consider acceptable, what you'd be seeking out is a lamp which also takes the time to break down the CRI rating into the specific color bands (most typically R9 for reds [waveformlighting.com] though also sometimes also R13 and others).

Reds (R9) matter for skin tone since underneath all of a human's relatively translucent skin is a bunch of red blood and the ability to correctly render that color then impacts the rendering of the skin tone and melanin above it. Of course, you may have some precious art with other colors you're concerned about, and rest assured that premium light sources often include that data. I attached to this post an example from an admittedly not great lamp provider, but do note how they broke out the detail for CRI in the different color bands.

Plenty of providers of premium LED lamps have had a particular focus on R9 performance (which often requires additional costs and lowered efficiency). The downside to all of this is that these designs are often less reliable despite the extra initial outlay (see my gripes about those Cree from Ideal in an earlier post: great R9 score, terrible reliability).

Good luck!
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This is a one pack listed as a four pack. Denied Oroville California store manager.
One pack contains 4 individual bulbs. If you search with product SKU you should land on correct page with details. Please review the images attached it clearly explains.
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