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Merkury Innovations LED Smart Lights: 6.5-ft LED Strip $7.90, A19 LED Smart Bulb

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Walmart has select Merkury Innovations Indoor LED Smart Lights on sale starting at $3. Select free store pickup where stock permits. Shipping is free with Walmart+ (free 30-day trial available) or on $35+ orders.

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  • No hub required. Control / setup via the Merkury Innovations' Geeni app (Android / iOS).
  • Compatible with voice assistance like Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant and Microsoft Cortana.
  • Compatible with (requires) 2.4 GHz WiFi networks.

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MrThrifty asked this question on 10-05-2022 at 05:40 PM
10-05-2022 at 05:40 PM
I have some Merkury plugs that work in the Tuya app. So probably.
10-05-2022 at 05:40 PM
They work in google home well, haven't tried the workaround for smart things as I haven't had a need to yet since I never got around to installing the motion detectors again after I moved, but apparently you use the Tuya to get it into smart things.

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FYI their app sucks as well as their customer service.
I am using the smart bulb as a cheap sunrise light. It's a bit time consuming to program the gradual brightness levels but once that's done, the scheduling is great. I set for it to turn on gradually about 45mins before I need to wake up.
That is a bright idea.

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Found the plug 2-pack at my local store for $5.
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FYI their app sucks as well as their customer service.
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Any idea whether this works with Samsung Smartthings Hub?
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Any idea whether this works with Samsung Smartthings Hub?
I have some Merkury plugs that work in the Tuya app. So probably.
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Any idea whether this works with Samsung Smartthings Hub?
They work in google home well, haven't tried the workaround for smart things as I haven't had a need to yet since I never got around to installing the motion detectors again after I moved, but apparently you use the Tuya to get it into smart things.
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Color ones available at $5.88. I picked up 10 of the white whites as backup for my Wyze bulbs. Once set up I'll be use Alexa to control all my bulbs, so the app sucking is not an issue for me.

This review covers the color bulbs and is fairly positive: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i3CmuNKVQeM
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I am using the smart bulb as a cheap sunrise light. It's a bit time consuming to program the gradual brightness levels but once that's done, the scheduling is great. I set for it to turn on gradually about 45mins before I need to wake up.
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Quote from SamrachK :
I am using the smart bulb as a cheap sunrise light. It's a bit time consuming to program the gradual brightness levels but once that's done, the scheduling is great. I set for it to turn on gradually about 45mins before I need to wake up.
That is a bright idea.
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Looks like the light strip is compatible with Tasmota if youre a tinkerer. https://templates.blakadder.com/m...-999W.html
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Why the name of something toxic…
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Why the name of something toxic…
It's merkury... Not mercury.
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FYI their app sucks as well as their customer service.
if compatible with Tuya, then no need to care the native app.
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Quote from ColossalPenguin :
It's merkury... Not mercury.
sound the same
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