[OOS] LIFX White 800 WiFi LED Smart Bulb £24.99 Delivered @ Currys + 1.1% Quidco or 1% TCB - HotUKDeals
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[OOS] LIFX White 800 WiFi LED Smart Bulb £24.99 Delivered @ Currys + 1.1% Quidco or 1% TCB

£24.99 @ Currys
If you're like me and were oh so tempted to pick up an echo dot in the Amazon sales, then this could be a worthy addition to the beginnings of a smart home! This is specifically the bayonet fitting…
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2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago
If you're like me and were oh so tempted to pick up an echo dot in the Amazon sales, then this could be a worthy addition to the beginnings of a smart home!

This is specifically the bayonet fitting and not the screw type.

No hub required for this!

Create an ambient feel in your home with the energy efficient LIFX White 800 WiFi LED Smart Bulb.

Wireless control

This Smart Bulb features built-in WiFi that enables you to control it via the LIFX app for iOS and Android devices – multiple LIFX bulbs can be managed from the same app.

Remotely control your lighting by connecting to the cloud, ideal for switching on lights before you get home or if you forget to turn them off before you leave. Lights can be individually labelled or grouped together for easy control.

Customisable lighting

From warm to cool whites, you'll be able to choose your perfect ambient lighting for your mood, plus you can enjoy special effects such as the candle flicker or strobe to create a unique visual experience.

Create schedules to fit into your routine such as dimming to off after you go to bed, or slowly increasing the light to naturally wake in the morning.

Connected home

Make your home smart – the White 800 is compatible with a variety of smart services, such as Samsung SmartThings, Logitech Harmony, Nest and Flic. This allows the Smart Bulb to work with in conjunction with other smart devices, such as motion sensors, cameras and thermostats.

In addition to controlling the WiFi Smart Bulb with your smartphone or tablet, it's also compatible with wearables including Apple Watch or Android Wear.

With no hub required and easy setup, lighting is made simple with the LIFX White 800 WiFi LED Smart Bulb.
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2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago
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6 Likes #1
WiFi on a light bulb?.. I think keep my £25, stand up and switch it off myself.
14 Likes #2
gill71
WiFi on a light bulb?.. I think keep my £25, stand up and switch it off myself.

That comment is aging terribly.
Right up there with "movies on a disc???"
#3
gill71
WiFi on a light bulb?.. I think keep my £25, stand up and switch it off myself.

Here in the 21st century, I can tell a machine to do this for me with my voice.

Shall I strap myself to the stake and wait for the flames? :p
1 Like #4
Reviews on Amazon, more 1 star than 5 star
2 Likes #5
RowanDDR
gill71
WiFi on a light bulb?.. I think keep my £25, stand up and switch it off myself.

That comment is aging terribly.
Right up there with "movies on a disc???"


​they do movies on a disc now?
3 Likes #6
gill71
WiFi on a light bulb?.. I think keep my £25, stand up and switch it off myself.
Holding out for a better deal on a pack of candles. :)
#7
OOS :(
#8
OOS
#9
This is now back in stock
3 Likes #10
gill71
WiFi on a light bulb?.. I think keep my £25, stand up and switch it off myself.


Do you get up and change the TV channel every time too??
What's the difference??
1 Like #11
daverobinson5243
gill71
WiFi on a light bulb?.. I think keep my £25, stand up and switch it off myself.


Do you get up and change the TV channel every time too??
What's the difference??


​I'm a gadget freak, love my harmony remotes & control loads through wifi.

However I have to play devil's advocate here. Turning the TV over you do multiple times a day or night, a light you tend to switch on or off just the once.

TV's now all come with remotes, so it's hardly fair to compare. You can also get an led bulb for about a fiver, so this is FIVE TIMES the cost to negate standing up once & switching the light on (you pretty much always only switch the light off as leave the room & the switch is almost certainly right next to the door you exit from so that's not an issue).

That's a massive markup to save your legs moving just once an evening imo.

Now if I had this kind of cash to throw away on a whim & a huge income, then I'd of course have them all over the house, but as it's stands it just isn't worth it for me, & I imagine many others feel the same.

As time goes by & these type of products inevitably drop in price then you'll see a much larger adoption rate, but currently I doubt they'll become mainstream or even close.
#12
its good as you can set it to come and off by timer or by remote on your phone, good visual deterrent if away.
or when you come home with shopping ask alexa to turn the light on is handy.
I love mine although i got the multicloured version via amazon for £36.
1 Like #13
I'm going to get this for my daughter room, as she's 4 she can't reach the light switch. But she can go 'echo turn on light'. I I know its not a massive things, but its a start. Keeping an eye out for smart switches to control my Christmas lights, so when I'm out and it gets dark I remote control them.
#14
FoxForce5
You can also get an led bulb for about a fiver, so this is FIVE TIMES the cost to negate standing up once & switching the light on (you pretty much always only switch the light off as leave the room & the switch is almost certainly right next to the door you exit from so that's not an issue).
That's a massive markup to save your legs moving just once an evening imo.
Now if I had this kind of cash to throw away on a whim & a huge income, then I'd of course have them all over the house, but as it's stands it just isn't worth it for me, & I imagine many others feel the same.

These are more than just a Wi-Fi light bulb. You can adjust the brightness & kelvin & as someone else said you can set a timer to turn it on & off. All from a handy app on your phone. In addition for the colour bulbs you can pretty much have it output any colour you like, whatever mood your in.
1 Like #15
daverobinson5243
gill71
WiFi on a light bulb?.. I think keep my £25, stand up and switch it off myself.


Do you get up and change the TV channel every time too??
What's the difference??


​no.. that's ridiculous.. that's the Hubby's job.. lol :-)
#16
lgmdaniel
I'm going to get this for my daughter room, as she's 4 she can't reach the light switch. But she can go 'echo turn on light'. I I know its not a massive things, but its a start. Keeping an eye out for smart switches to control my Christmas lights, so when I'm out and it gets dark I remote control them.

you could get a wireless plug and turn them on and off that way
#17
adamski88
lgmdaniel
I'm going to get this for my daughter room, as she's 4 she can't reach the light switch. But she can go 'echo turn on light'. I I know its not a massive things, but its a start. Keeping an eye out for smart switches to control my Christmas lights, so when I'm out and it gets dark I remote control them.
you could get a wireless plug and turn them on and off that way

This is true, I bought 3 smart plugs as they were £16 a pop in the sale at one point. However, this wouldn't sort the hardwired lights.
#18
JkF50
adamski88
lgmdaniel
I'm going to get this for my daughter room, as she's 4 she can't reach the light switch. But she can go 'echo turn on light'. I I know its not a massive things, but its a start. Keeping an eye out for smart switches to control my Christmas lights, so when I'm out and it gets dark I remote control them.
you could get a wireless plug and turn them on and off that way
This is true, I bought 3 smart plugs as they were £16 a pop in the sale at one point. However, this wouldn't sort the hardwired lights.

I was answering in relation to the person who wanted to turn their christmas lights on and off!
#19
adamski88
JkF50
adamski88
lgmdaniel
I'm going to get this for my daughter room, as she's 4 she can't reach the light switch. But she can go 'echo turn on light'. I I know its not a massive things, but its a start. Keeping an eye out for smart switches to control my Christmas lights, so when I'm out and it gets dark I remote control them.
you could get a wireless plug and turn them on and off that way
This is true, I bought 3 smart plugs as they were £16 a pop in the sale at one point. However, this wouldn't sort the hardwired lights.
I was answering in relation to the person who wanted to turn their christmas lights on and off!

My bad! Yep, not a bad shout at all.
#20
oos and has been for a while. good deal if my time machine worked
#21
tommyotto
oos and has been for a while. good deal if my time machine worked

You must've just missed them buddy, I could have bought more at about 3pm. Though I bought two when I found it! :)
1 Like #22
tommyotto
oos and has been for a while. good deal if my time machine worked

Back in stock now buddy!
#23
Argh. Taunted again with an OOS!
1 Like #24
johnnystorm
Argh. Taunted again with an OOS!


​back in stock. just grabbed 2 for delivery
1 Like #25
tommyotto
johnnystorm
Argh. Taunted again with an OOS!


​back in stock. just grabbed 2 for delivery


​Cheers, supplies must be dribbling in! Would only let me select two. :D

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