RGBW Smart Light Bulb for Echo Alexa / Google Home - £7.77 @ BangGood
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RGBW Smart Light Bulb for Echo Alexa / Google Home - £7.77 @ BangGood

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Found 22nd Jan
Seems a good price for a smart RGB bulb with bayonet (B22) fitting.
Two fairly positive reviews and claims to work with Alexa / Google Home.

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For that price it has to be worth a punt, purchased.
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Great price for B22 fitting as these are rarer than the screw in ones.
Now - Do I need another app on my phone ???
generationz34 m ago

Great price for B22 fitting as these are rarer than the screw in ones.Now …Great price for B22 fitting as these are rarer than the screw in ones.Now - Do I need another app on my phone ???


i use the "smart life" app, everything ive bought connects to that no problem, then controlled by alexa
Cheap electrical goods made by a company I've never heard of, sold by a website I've never heard of, what could go wrong?
Worth a punt at that price , thanks OP
richyhx131 m ago

Cheap electrical goods made by a company I've never heard of, sold by a …Cheap electrical goods made by a company I've never heard of, sold by a website I've never heard of, what could go wrong?


You’ve never hear of bangGood ?
psmith195844 m ago

i use the "smart life" app, everything ive bought connects to that no …i use the "smart life" app, everything ive bought connects to that no problem, then controlled by alexa


will it connect hive etc? I really just one app to control all devices
richyhx122nd Jan

Cheap electrical goods made by a company I've never heard of, sold by a …Cheap electrical goods made by a company I've never heard of, sold by a website I've never heard of, what could go wrong?



Seriously? You've never heard of Banggood? There are loads of posts for that website on HUKD.

Shame this is only 600 lumens. They don't seem to make smart bulbs in 100W equivalent (1600 lumens)
richyhx134 m ago

Cheap electrical goods made by a company I've never heard of, sold by a …Cheap electrical goods made by a company I've never heard of, sold by a website I've never heard of, what could go wrong?


just because you've never heard of them doesn't mean others haven't.
I have experienced banggood and the experience was really poor. Got my item after about 3 months, No customer service to speak of - so no order cancellation and return will be more expensive than the price you pay for this - specifically when it is £7.77...

so if you want to give it a go, place the order and write off 7.77... at the end of it, if the bulbs work for you, thats great!

btw, do these need a hub to work with?
psmith19581 h, 20 m ago

i use the "smart life" app, everything ive bought connects to that no …i use the "smart life" app, everything ive bought connects to that no problem, then controlled by alexa


Shame SmartLife doesn't support random on/off between preset times. I presume you have to use that app for a given bulb, or are there 3rd party apps you can use instead?
Thanks, worth a go,
Shame that it will not work with Philips Hue Hub
Prefer to have all my lights in one app
Do you eed anything else except a mobile phone and Amazon echo with Alexa to make this work. Sorry, don't t know much about these. Thanks.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 22nd Jan
terriclarkfan1 h, 35 m ago

Shame SmartLife doesn't support random on/off between preset times. I …Shame SmartLife doesn't support random on/off between preset times. I presume you have to use that app for a given bulb, or are there 3rd party apps you can use instead?


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Really tempted with these as an led bulb from Sainsbury's is 7 odd quid. Are these safe to use tho? No chance of it being a hazard at all or anything like that, with it being an unbranded bulb from China?
Edited by: "jiraiya" 22nd Jan
jiraiya1 h, 12 m ago

Really tempted with these as an led bulb from Sainsbury's is 7 odd quid. …Really tempted with these as an led bulb from Sainsbury's is 7 odd quid. Are these safe to use tho? No chance of it bring s firr hazard at all or anything like that bring unbranded and from china?


Smart bulbs from Sainsbury's for 7 quid. Do share?
Is this WiFi of ZigBee?
trickytree198446 m ago

Is this WiFi of ZigBee?


See that link the OP has kindly included. Click on it and look !
generationz5 m ago

See that link the OP has kindly included. Click on it and look !


So you don't know then? Because to type the word "WiFi" or "ZigBee" would have taken a lot less time than your sarcastic reply. So I guess you don't know and therefore haven't looked yourself?

For your information, I did look and I didn't find a clear answer. It indicates the app is WiFi not the bulb. Seems crazy a bulb would have WiFi. Hence asking for clarification.
Edited by: "trickytree1984" 22nd Jan
What's the bulb for / used for with Alexa?
Edited by: "IWOOTN" 22nd Jan
trickytree19845 m ago

So you don't know then? Because to type the word "WiFi" or "ZigBee" would …So you don't know then? Because to type the word "WiFi" or "ZigBee" would have taken a lot less time than your sarcastic reply. So I guess you don't know and therefore haven't looked yourself?For your information, I did look and I didn't find a clear answer


B22 7W RGBW WiFi APP Controlled LED Smart Light Bulb for Echo Alexa Google Home AC110-220V

Control type: Wi-Fi

Package Included:
1x B22 7W LED Wifi Smart Light Bulb

Features:
Easy Wi-Fi control

Use instructions:
1.Install the smart bulb.
2.Scan the QR code to download the app.
3.Connect to the Wi-Fi to control the bulb.

No clues there then as to whether it is wifi or zigbee ? .
generationz17 m ago

B22 7W RGBW WiFi APP Controlled LED Smart Light Bulb for Echo Alexa Google …B22 7W RGBW WiFi APP Controlled LED Smart Light Bulb for Echo Alexa Google Home AC110-220VControl type: Wi-FiPackage Included:1x B22 7W LED Wifi Smart Light BulbFeatures:Easy Wi-Fi controlUse instructions:1.Install the smart bulb.2.Scan the QR code to download the app.3.Connect to the Wi-Fi to control the bulb.No clues there then as to whether it is wifi or zigbee ? .


So you knew? Wouldn't it have just been easier to type "WiFi" than be a troll?

Actually, the poor English leads me to believe they were just talking about the app being WiFi. I've never come across a WiFi bulb. Why would you want to flood your WiFi networks with loads of WiFi bulbs? Seems nuts.

I have voted hot for the price, but it's not for me
Does anyone know if I can get some e14 screw base colour bulbs that work with alexa, at a good price?
trickytree19843 h, 2 m ago

So you don't know then? Because to type the word "WiFi" or "ZigBee" would …So you don't know then? Because to type the word "WiFi" or "ZigBee" would have taken a lot less time than your sarcastic reply. So I guess you don't know and therefore haven't looked yourself?For your information, I did look and I didn't find a clear answer. It indicates the app is WiFi not the bulb. Seems crazy a bulb would have WiFi. Hence asking for clarification.


Lol. Yes the bulb has 2.4ghz WiFi.
trickytree198422nd Jan

So you knew? Wouldn't it have just been easier to type "WiFi" than be a …So you knew? Wouldn't it have just been easier to type "WiFi" than be a troll?Actually, the poor English leads me to believe they were just talking about the app being WiFi. I've never come across a WiFi bulb. Why would you want to flood your WiFi networks with loads of WiFi bulbs? Seems nuts. I have voted hot for the price, but it's not for me


All smart bulbs are WiFi.
sheffield7885 h, 52 m ago

Do you eed anything else except a mobile phone and Amazon echo with Alexa …Do you eed anything else except a mobile phone and Amazon echo with Alexa to make this work. Sorry, don't t know much about these. Thanks.


And just your WiFi router and internet connection
nokiafusion49 m ago

All smart bulbs are WiFi.


No they aren't.

Zwave or ZigBee
Edited by: "trickytree1984" 23rd Jan
trickytree19848 h, 33 m ago

No they aren't.Zwave or ZigBee


Correct

All WiFi bulbs are smart but not all smart bulbs are WiFi.
Good price heat added, Far more realistic that paying over £30 for one philips bulb.
richyhx122nd Jan

Cheap electrical goods made by a company I've never heard of, sold by a …Cheap electrical goods made by a company I've never heard of, sold by a website I've never heard of, what could go wrong?


Never heard of BangGood??!?!?! Come out from under your rock!
With respect to e14 fittings, you can add one of these for an extra £1 or so, might make the bulb stick out though depending on the shade/fitting. I've got an e14 to e27 adapter and it works fine in my lamp.

banggood.com/E14…=CN

Decent bulbs for the price and easily integrated with Google Home. As previously mentioned, only 600 lumens but sufficient for a lamp.
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