Bluetooth LED speaker bulb £12.99 @ Aldi
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Bluetooth LED speaker bulb £12.99 @ Aldi

£12.99ALDI Deals
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Found 31st Aug 2017
Once again it's one of those things that I do not need but yes I'm going to buy one. old school house music with flashing lights while I sit on my bog happy days. available from the 7th of September bayonet and screw in available check out the reviews on YouTube.
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Light = 6w
Speaker = 3w
17 Comments
Haha... What a great invention... The future is NOW!
I assume the light has to be on for the speaker to work. Which kind of ruins the idea of using for a babies room to play white noise.
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£7 off aliexpress, though personally even as a fan of silly chinese gadgets I can't see why I would want this. 6w LED is not very bright for a room and the speaker is guaranteed to be dire unless you just want to listen to FM radio
3w speaker, seriously what a waste
Edited by: "parwez" 1st Sep 2017
Can someone tell them to stop now please. We are approaching Billy Connolly, "combined cigarette lighter and coat hanger" territory, if not already there.
Edited by: "PhilipGregson" 1st Sep 2017
This is up there with the Monkey Tennis idea...
This is a great idea, definatly getting one to play spooky sounds to scare the kids!
fireman19 h, 42 m ago

I assume the light has to be on for the speaker to work. Which kind of …I assume the light has to be on for the speaker to work. Which kind of ruins the idea of using for a babies room to play white noise.

Yeah! Now put some dancing shoes on that baby.
Hmmm now I can play Johnny Cash 'ring of fire' whilst taking a dump!
As opposed to the ali express one, this one allows you to control both light and volume from the app. I wonder if it can be controlled by any of the home automation setups e.g openhab.

3 watts isn't that bad, a lot of mini bluetooth speakers used to be just 2 watts, but I guess you can't really expect a high quality.. so toilet might be ideal for this.

Imagine if you could enter the toilet and the light comes on according to the time of day, and sweet music could start playing to drown out any unfortunate sounds. Or alternatively, a pulsating red light with indeed a Muzac version of ring of fire...

I'm so tempted to buy this and keep it in a box somewhere in my house for a year or three.
Banned
Interesting design.
I wonder how good this will sound in my 6 bulb holder chandelier? It wont be cheap but surely it will be real surround sound?
If you got the right shape lampshade it will amplify the sound a bit
Now I've seen it all
fireman131st Aug

I assume the light has to be on for the speaker to work. Which kind of …I assume the light has to be on for the speaker to work. Which kind of ruins the idea of using for a babies room to play white noise.


No, the one I had, the light and sound were independently controlled via Bluetooth. Can't say whether a cheapo Aldi tat version would though, but I'd guess so.

Found it a pain to open the app every time I wanted the light on though.
I bought one this morning and ended up going back for another this afternoon! Ok quality but for the money and ease of use they're great. Also good when you get a text asthat pings through or music stops while you take a call and starts back up when you end the call. App is very easy to use. The disco light function isn't great but can choose a static colour of your choice.
Ordered two
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