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ElectriQ Smart Dimmable Colour Wifi Bulb With B22 Bayonet Ending - Alexa & Google Home Compatible £9.97 @ Laptops Direct

£9.97£14.9833%Laptops Direct Deals
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Posted 11th Jul
E27 and GU10 bulbs available at the same price. 3-pack £29.00

What stands out

UNDER HALF THE PRICE OF PHILIPS HUE MULTICOLOUR

  • Choose from over a million colour combinations to match your mood
  • Adjust the brightness of the bulb without the hassle of installing a dimmer switch
  • Set the lights to come on at a pre-set time, ideal for when youre not at home
  • The bulb works over WiFi so you can operate them from anywhere using your smartphone
  • Manage multiple light bulbs all at the same time
  • Works with Amazon Echo, Alexa & Google Home so you can control the light with your voice
  • Set up is easy with the free Tuya app (download separately).

Essential info

  • Bulb Type: LED
  • Bulb fitting: Bayonet
  • Colour: Multi-colour
  • Compatible with Smartphone: iOS, Android
  • Energy Rating: A+
  • Lumens: 600
  • Bulb Life: 20,000 hours
  • Dimensions: 60 x 120mm
  • Warranty: 2 years
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I do have this type of bulbs, mostly off amazon. You can find a better deal than this on amazon. All of this wifi light bulbs are using tuya app and the problem is that the control is done via a chinese server.... and it will nork without internet. The good part is that they can be easyly flashed with tasmota firmware or esphome and can be very easy integrated in a smarthome solution like home assistant, domoticz, even smartthings.
My advice , go on amazon and you can find better prices for 2, 3 or 4 pack. Look for the one with at least 9W.
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600 lumens is it a night light?
Bought something similar on eBay for £8 for my daughter's room as an experiment. She controls it via her Google home mini. It works fine but not sure if I'd want them all round the house.
Edited by: "whymark10" 11th Jul
Has anyone tried these AND the Yeelights? I'm wondering how they compare?
I do have this type of bulbs, mostly off amazon. You can find a better deal than this on amazon. All of this wifi light bulbs are using tuya app and the problem is that the control is done via a chinese server.... and it will nork without internet. The good part is that they can be easyly flashed with tasmota firmware or esphome and can be very easy integrated in a smarthome solution like home assistant, domoticz, even smartthings.
My advice , go on amazon and you can find better prices for 2, 3 or 4 pack. Look for the one with at least 9W.
woldranger11/07/2019 15:13

Has anyone tried these AND the Yeelights? I'm wondering how they compare?


I'm all in on Hue so personally wouldn't go for WiFi bulbs.

But between these and Yeelight, Yeelight has an advantage that they integrate with Xiaomi's home gateway and you can add cheap PIR motion sensors, door/window contacts, buttons, magic cube etc and implement some decent home automation with them.

Yeelight also has a better range of bulbs, from plain white to full colour. Plus the 10W (800 Lumens) version is only about £13 from China.
adadrag11/07/2019 21:50

I do have this type of bulbs, mostly off amazon. You can find a better …I do have this type of bulbs, mostly off amazon. You can find a better deal than this on amazon. All of this wifi light bulbs are using tuya app and the problem is that the control is done via a chinese server.... and it will nork without internet. The good part is that they can be easyly flashed with tasmota firmware or esphome and can be very easy integrated in a smarthome solution like home assistant, domoticz, even smartthings.My advice , go on amazon and you can find better prices for 2, 3 or 4 pack. Look for the one with at least 9W.


Any chance of a link to the ones you've bought int he past and are happy with please?

spruceyb12/07/2019 11:28

I'm all in on Hue so personally wouldn't go for WiFi bulbs.But between …I'm all in on Hue so personally wouldn't go for WiFi bulbs.But between these and Yeelight, Yeelight has an advantage that they integrate with Xiaomi's home gateway and you can add cheap PIR motion sensors, door/window contacts, buttons, magic cube etc and implement some decent home automation with them.Yeelight also has a better range of bulbs, from plain white to full colour. Plus the 10W (800 Lumens) version is only about £13 from China.



I want something for my parents, so they wont need all the bells and whistles (I should've added that to my comment!) just some bulbs that my Mother can adjust remotely. The ones above sound more like what I'd be looking for but thanks for the pointer - if she wants to move to something more involved then that looks the way to go
woldranger12/07/2019 13:13

Any chance of a link to the ones you've bought int he past and are happy …Any chance of a link to the ones you've bought int he past and are happy with please?I want something for my parents, so they wont need all the bells and whistles (I should've added that to my comment!) just some bulbs that my Mother can adjust remotely. The ones above sound more like what I'd be looking for but thanks for the pointer - if she wants to move to something more involved then that looks the way to go



gearbest.com/sma…363 are what I have (but not at the current price - they are £12 - £13 regularly). excellent integration with Google Home and IFTTT. Plenty bright enough for bedroom, table lamps etc. might struggle in a big living room. not had a single issue with them. ive got 5 and had them for over a year.
generationz12/07/2019 14:18

https://www.gearbest.com/smart-lighting/pp_1664464.html?wid=1433363 are …https://www.gearbest.com/smart-lighting/pp_1664464.html?wid=1433363 are what I have (but not at the current price - they are £12 - £13 regularly). excellent integration with Google Home and IFTTT. Plenty bright enough for bedroom, table lamps etc. might struggle in a big living room. not had a single issue with them. ive got 5 and had them for over a year.


Sorry, but I wasn't asking about the yeelights (they're the cheapest at Banggood at the mo), but what adadrag my bought. Yeelights come with great reviews but they're not like the stuff I've seen on aliexpress etc - I'm looking for basic and cheap so that I can get a few and have a play around.

Thanks anyway though
woldranger12/07/2019 13:13

Any chance of a link to the ones you've bought int he past and are happy …Any chance of a link to the ones you've bought int he past and are happy with please?I want something for my parents, so they wont need all the bells and whistles (I should've added that to my comment!) just some bulbs that my Mother can adjust remotely. The ones above sound more like what I'd be looking for but thanks for the pointer - if she wants to move to something more involved then that looks the way to go



amazon.co.uk/Dim…-10 is one example. basically all are the same, i do have also Jomarto and Lohas and Peteme and Solarxia and Avatar. All of them are now reflashed with esphome and added into my home assistant. The one that stand out a little bit is the Solarxia, as it looks like the colors are a little bit brighter.
adadrag12/07/2019 20:20

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Dimmable-SLITINTO-Multicolor-Compatible-Equivalent/dp/B07SPBMCC7/ref=sr_1_10?keywords=wifi+smart+bulb+9w&qid=1562958872&s=gateway&sr=8-10 is one example. basically all are the same, i do have also Jomarto and Lohas and Peteme and Solarxia and Avatar. All of them are now reflashed with esphome and added into my home assistant. The one that stand out a little bit is the Solarxia, as it looks like the colors are a little bit brighter.


Thanks for that. I'm not averse to flashing alternate firmware so I'll definitely look into that (can't be as much hassle or laden with as many risks as putting custom roms on my phones!) , cheers. I'll have a look at the prices and also see what's available direct from China.
woldranger12/07/2019 13:13

Any chance of a link to the ones you've bought int he past and are happy …Any chance of a link to the ones you've bought int he past and are happy with please?I want something for my parents, so they wont need all the bells and whistles (I should've added that to my comment!) just some bulbs that my Mother can adjust remotely. The ones above sound more like what I'd be looking for but thanks for the pointer - if she wants to move to something more involved then that looks the way to go



this are the screenshots from my amazon orders.
Edited by: "adadrag" 12th Jul
adadrag12/07/2019 20:29

this are the screenshots from my amazon orders.


Sorry mate, I dont think any attachments came through
woldranger12/07/2019 20:33

Sorry mate, I dont think any attachments came through



I dont know how to add am image here, or something goes wrong... i will try again.
anyway, look into my pro amazon profile and you will see that i reviewed over there almost all the bulb lights.
amazon.co.uk/gp/…rue
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And if you are flashing it take care that you cannot revert easy to the stock firmware easy. After flashing you can use itonly with certain smart home software. If this is for your parents, it is better to leave it with original software.
Edited by: "adadrag" 12th Jul
adadrag12/07/2019 20:43

I dont know how to add am image here, or something goes wrong... i will …I dont know how to add am image here, or something goes wrong... i will try again.anyway, look into my pro amazon profile and you will see that i reviewed over there almost all the bulb lights.https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/profile/amzn1.account.AFOTR5TUTJGPCHVEC2UVOCKEICAQ?preview=true[Image] And if you are flashing it take care that you cannot revert easy to the stock firmware easy. After flashing you can use itonly with certain smart home software. If this is for your parents, it is better to leave it with original software.


Thanks for that. How were the strip lights? Do they integrate well with the bulbs you have?
woldranger12/07/2019 20:52

Thanks for that. How were the strip lights? Do they integrate well with …Thanks for that. How were the strip lights? Do they integrate well with the bulbs you have?



the striplights are using a different app in the stock firmware. but they can be integrated much easier in the home assistant. If you are looking for a striplight to integrate in the same solution with bulbs look after ilinktech striplights. I reviewed also this strip lights. The most important is the extra led`s for cool and warm white. the bulbs and the striplights are using the same "SmartLife" app.
Edited by: "adadrag" 12th Jul
adadrag11/07/2019 21:50

I do have this type of bulbs, mostly off amazon. You can find a better …I do have this type of bulbs, mostly off amazon. You can find a better deal than this on amazon. All of this wifi light bulbs are using tuya app and the problem is that the control is done via a chinese server.... and it will nork without internet. The good part is that they can be easyly flashed with tasmota firmware or esphome and can be very easy integrated in a smarthome solution like home assistant, domoticz, even smartthings.My advice , go on amazon and you can find better prices for 2, 3 or 4 pack. Look for the one with at least 9W.


What would you say was the best resource to read up on flashing the firmware on smart bulbs? I picked up a super cheap £7.19 bulb last night and it's already been delivered. I thought I'd see what my Mother thought of the idea and she seems pretty enthusiastic.

How would I be able to find out if this particular bulb would or would not be able to be flashed?
woldranger17/07/2019 16:36

What would you say was the best resource to read up on flashing the …What would you say was the best resource to read up on flashing the firmware on smart bulbs? I picked up a super cheap £7.19 bulb last night and it's already been delivered. I thought I'd see what my Mother thought of the idea and she seems pretty enthusiastic.How would I be able to find out if this particular bulb would or would not be able to be flashed?



The best to search for "tuya converter". there are a lot of tutorials about this.
adadrag18/07/2019 07:58

The best to search for "tuya converter". there are a lot of tutorials …The best to search for "tuya converter". there are a lot of tutorials about this.


Oh. Fair enough
Still available at this price. Unexpired.
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