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4x TP-Link Tapo Smart Wi-Fi Spotlight, Dimmable, 2700 K Warm Light, GU10 Lamp Base, Remote Control, £23.99 at Amazon

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TP-Link Tapo Smart Wi-Fi Spotlight, Dimmable, 2700 K Warm Light, GU10 Lamp Base, Remote Control, Energy Saving, Works with Alexa & Google Home, No hub required Tapo L610(4-pack) [Energy Class D].

  • High Lumen - Emits 350 lm lights that is bright enough to shed lights on any object.
  • Energy Saving - Reduce energy use by operating energy savingly, without losing brightness or quality
  • Hands-Free Voice Control- You can use Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant to control your spotlights with voice commands like “Alexa, turn on the light please”
  • GU10 Lamp Base - Compatible with any GU10 fixtures well. No extra burden for your first attempt
  • Easy Setup & Use - No hub required, set up quickly and manage easily through the free App, with 2 years manufacture warranty
  • Item Weight: 0.12 Kilograms
  • Power source type: Electric

Free Delivery with Prime and 30 day returns

Note: They are 1p cheaper at the BT shop but that excludes the £3.49 delivery which takes the total cost via BT to £27.47.
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    word of warning with these depending on how your lights are wired on multiple/1 ring, they take some time to pair (individually) and u have to flick the switch on and off to ensure they are sync into pairing mode together (mine all need to be the slow flash) then if someone (mainly kids) flicks the switch on quickly and off they go into pairing mode again. I resorted to putting electrical tap over the wall switch to ensure they are always on.
    Issue I often find is some of mine go into one mode of pairing the others in another then its on off until you can get them together

    To add I have to use the smart life app to sync on mine. (edited)
    hue bulbs have this issue too. also, never thought to put a bit of tape over the switches, screeching at the kids when they turn them off and on doesn't seem to work
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    The Colour Version seems a better deal at only a few pounds more good price still
    I think they are £5 more, but rated 1 class lower (E). (edited)
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    Why so few reviews on these?
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    Hi, not really that cheap for smart standard bulbs,( none colour changing)
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    Is there anyway to control these with a physical switch like the Philips hue has where one can set a scene etc
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    Do these have a voltage requirement? Recently got stung on some bulbs as my spot lights have a transformer (which is not needed)... (edited)
    yes, GU10 is mains voltage, no external transformer should be present. If you have a transformer currently then I think your bulbs should have a different fitting (2 pins as opposed to the T-shaped ones on these