Veho Kasa Bluetooth Smart LED Light Bulb - B22 £11.99 @ Base was £29.95
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Veho Kasa Bluetooth Smart LED Light Bulb - B22 £11.99 @ Base was £29.95

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Found 25th Dec 2017
Enjoy low energy adaptive lighting with the Kasa smart lighting Bluetooth wireless LED bulbs. Automate your home lighting wirelessly through the Kasa app for iOS and Android.

The Kasa smart lighting B22 Bluetooth 7.5 watts (40 watts converted) LED bulb will give you 15,000 hours of adaptive low energy lighting. Kasa Bluetooth bulbs have a cost efficient life expectancy of 15 years when used 3 – 4 hours per day.

In conjunction with the Kasa smart lighting app for iOS and Android you can enable a world of adaptive and creative lighting while automating you home lighting through the power of your smartphone or tablet.

With white or yellow light hue and 16 million dimmable colours available, you can preset groups of rooms or moods so that you can control and adapt the lighting of your home environment at the touch of your smartphone or tablet.

Using the Kasa Lighting app you can schedule a 24/7, 365 day schedule of lighting for home and even choose to dim your lights by schedule or turn your lights out by countdown, which is great for young children or when you are leaving the house for an evening.

Currently not compatible with Amazon Echo / Echo Dot (Alexa).

Key Features
- Low energy cost efficient LED adaptive lighting with 15 year life expectancy
- Control up to 32 units automatically or by the touch of an iOS or Android smartphone or tablet
- Dimmable app controlled adaptive lighting with 16 million colours to choose from
- 24/7, 365 day app scheduling to automatically control your home lighting environment
- Kasa scheduling countdown feature allows you to automatically turn off lights at night time or when you are leaving the home
- Create room and mood presets to group Kasa lighting and change mood lighting to suit your environment of activity
Box Contents
- Kasa Bluetooth Smart Lighting LED Bayonet Cap B22 Bulb
- Quick Start Guide
- Product Manual

Specifications
Energy Rating A+
Lumens 600 lm
Wattage 7.5 watts (40 watts converted)
Dimensions 112mm x 60mm
Lifetime 15,000 hours
Voltage 100 - 245V AC 50/60Hz
Android APP Support 4.3+
Apple APP Support iOS 6.0+
Bluetooth Low Energy 4.0
Range 30m (98ft)
Socket B22
Max Connections 32
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6 Comments
No Google Home or Amazon Echo support on these unfortunately!
Andy4Shurr37 m ago

No Google Home or Amazon Echo support on these unfortunately!


Maybe if you read the description, you would realise your comment was unnecessary.
"Currently not compatible with Amazon Echo / Echo Dot (Alexa)."
nougat8 h, 52 m ago

Maybe if you read the description, you would realise your comment was …Maybe if you read the description, you would realise your comment was unnecessary."Currently not compatible with Amazon Echo / Echo Dot (Alexa)."


How about Google Home
nougat10 h, 25 m ago

Maybe if you read the description, you would realise your comment was …Maybe if you read the description, you would realise your comment was unnecessary."Currently not compatible with Amazon Echo / Echo Dot (Alexa)."


As if anyone reads all the blurb and marketing specs on a post like this. If it was something the op wrote then fair enough but they just copied and pasted from the site. I only read the first word “enjoy” and I knew it was a load of ! So @Andy4Shurr did help me decide, it wasn’t unnecessary.
Edited by: "BigBuds" 26th Dec 2017
nougat12 h, 26 m ago

Maybe if you read the description, you would realise your comment was …Maybe if you read the description, you would realise your comment was unnecessary."Currently not compatible with Amazon Echo / Echo Dot (Alexa)."


I read the copy paste description thanks. Since when is giving information to help someone decide if it's for them unnecessary?

I'd say it's a lot more useful than your ridiculous reply to be honest. Thanks for your input though, it was really insightful and a benefit to the thread.
Edited by: "Andy4Shurr" 26th Dec 2017
Andy4Shurr9 h, 24 m ago

I read the copy paste description thanks. Since when is giving information …I read the copy paste description thanks. Since when is giving information to help someone decide if it's for them unnecessary?I'd say it's a lot more useful than your ridiculous reply to be honest. Thanks for your input though, it was really insightful and a benefit to the thread.


Your'e welcome.
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