LIFX Multi-Coloured WiFi LED Smart Light Bulb - Amazon Was £79.99 Now £40 - HotUKDeals
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LIFX is a Wi-Fi enabled, multi-color, energy efficient LED light bulb that you can control with your smartphone or tablet.

Product information:
Wi-Fi Enabled Energy Efficient LED Light Bulb
No Hub Required
App compatible with iOS & Android
1000+ Lumens (75W), 40,000 Hours
RGB-W: Better Whites, Brighter Colors
16 million colors at your fingertips
Energy efficient LED light bulb
Equivalent to a 75 watt incandescent light bulb but 4 to 8 times more efficient

*Screw E27 - ONLY

Great Christmas Gift for lazy people to switch off the lights.

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great Lamp or bulb what ever you want to call them. I have three in my house. They are bit over priced in the firsts place. This is the price they should be

I understand vote this cold because not everyone like spending a ridiculous price just for a light bulb but
for those who know about smart LED WiFi light gadget may find it useful and easy to setup without having extra kits.

John Lewis, Maplin, are still selling at £79.99 and Currys £64.99.
You can buy then!
Get at leat 100 , for future use as well !
but at least the wifi version gives you an option of control from OUTSIDE the house..... security device??????
These are superb and bargain at £40!! Have 3 in our house
ebay it!
Doesn't the whole idea of embedding a complete wifi system inside a bulb that is essentially a throw away item, slightly counter to the concept of energy efficiency?

At that price it would take many purchases before you'd be better off investing in a proper home automation system.

ridiculous oO

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