White Dimmable Smart WIFI LED Light Bulb Works with Amazon Alexa Echo AC85-265V £7.79 Banggood
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White Dimmable Smart WIFI LED Light Bulb Works with Amazon Alexa Echo AC85-265V £7.79 Banggood

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Found 16th Nov
Now Banggood offer Smart WIFI LED Light Bulb 56% Discount price £7.79


Brand: ARILUX
Lamp base:E27
Voltage:AC85-265V
Wattage:7W
LED chip:SMD2835
LED quantity:22leds (8pcs*white,6pcs*red,4pcs*blue,4pcs*green)
Light color:RGB + pure white
Color temperature:2600K-6500K

9 Comments

Ordered a video doorbell from them months ago, still not arrived or even dispatched. Every time I email I get a response stating stock is due within a few days.

This light also states that stock is due on soon.

Not a yeelights if anyone asking

steve_b211 h, 51 m ago

Ordered a video doorbell from them months ago, still not arrived or even …Ordered a video doorbell from them months ago, still not arrived or even dispatched. Every time I email I get a response stating stock is due within a few days.This light also states that stock is due on soon.


1. That's why you use a Paypal
2. Just ask Banggood for a refund and say your order never arrived, I think they won't make any problems. Don't use e-mail, just go to your orders and claim a refund there.

Do you just need a dot for these to work or do you need a hub or something else? Cheers

I'm going to sound like a loon now but I'm going to get my tinfoil hat out and ask anyway:

Is there any rational basis for the suspicion I have of Xiaomi and other Chinese companies when it comes to 'smart' tech - in the sense of, "they're filing away my passwords, and when WW3 starts they'll...switch my lights off, and put my phone into aeroplane mode so I can't play Angry Birds and...stuff..."??

Joking aside I'll not bat an eyelid at buying cheap Chinese stuff normally, and recognise that the 'western,' brands that I trust are manufactured in China as often as not. I've just got a distrust of overtly Chinese products in which it's possible the state has a hand, and where there seems to be a decent possiblity of backdoors being built into the software etc. Is there any evidence to support that mistrust, or should I jump on the cheap smart home bandwagon rather than giving 2 or 3 times the amount of money to Philips et al?

tenohfive47 m ago

I'm going to sound like a loon now but I'm going to get my tinfoil hat …I'm going to sound like a loon now but I'm going to get my tinfoil hat out and ask anyway:Is there any rational basis for the suspicion I have of Xiaomi and other Chinese companies when it comes to 'smart' tech - in the sense of, "they're filing away my passwords, and when WW3 starts they'll...switch my lights off, and put my phone into aeroplane mode so I can't play Angry Birds and...stuff..."??Joking aside I'll not bat an eyelid at buying cheap Chinese stuff normally, and recognise that the 'western,' brands that I trust are manufactured in China as often as not. I've just got a distrust of overtly Chinese products in which it's possible the state has a hand, and where there seems to be a decent possiblity of backdoors being built into the software etc. Is there any evidence to support that mistrust, or should I jump on the cheap smart home bandwagon rather than giving 2 or 3 times the amount of money to Philips et al?


I think your paranoia levels are a little high personally.. but if you really dont trust them, the yeelight bulbs can be controlled without the app through their API..i've set them up in HA-Bridge and they never talk to the singapore server anymore (other than the initial setup to get them on the wifi)

zajczex22 h, 26 m ago

1. That's why you use a Paypal2. Just ask Banggood for a refund and say …1. That's why you use a Paypal2. Just ask Banggood for a refund and say your order never arrived, I think they won't make any problems. Don't use e-mail, just go to your orders and claim a refund there.


Problem is not getting a refund. What I was trying to explain is it shows what kind of company people may have to deal with. They obviously took a ton of orders when they didn't have stock.

tenohfive12 h, 18 m ago

I'm going to sound like a loon now but I'm going to get my tinfoil hat …I'm going to sound like a loon now but I'm going to get my tinfoil hat out and ask anyway:Is there any rational basis for the suspicion I have of Xiaomi and other Chinese companies when it comes to 'smart' tech - in the sense of, "they're filing away my passwords, and when WW3 starts they'll...switch my lights off, and put my phone into aeroplane mode so I can't play Angry Birds and...stuff..."??Joking aside I'll not bat an eyelid at buying cheap Chinese stuff normally, and recognise that the 'western,' brands that I trust are manufactured in China as often as not. I've just got a distrust of overtly Chinese products in which it's possible the state has a hand, and where there seems to be a decent possiblity of backdoors being built into the software etc. Is there any evidence to support that mistrust, or should I jump on the cheap smart home bandwagon rather than giving 2 or 3 times the amount of money to Philips et al?



Just be careful if buying Christmas presents for the wife....

steve_b2116th Nov

Ordered a video doorbell from them months ago, still not arrived or even …Ordered a video doorbell from them months ago, still not arrived or even dispatched. Every time I email I get a response stating stock is due within a few days.This light also states that stock is due on soon.

You probably missed the postman. Don't worry about it.
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