Xiaomi Yeelight RGBW E27 Smart LED Bulb  -  SILVER £13.37 @ Gearbest
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Xiaomi Yeelight RGBW E27 Smart LED Bulb - SILVER £13.37 @ Gearbest

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Found 3rd Apr 2017
Back in stock and a good featured light.
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TechPimp

How do you fit it to. A standard light socket or do you have to change … How do you fit it to. A standard light socket or do you have to change that


Ask the lightbulb, it's smart
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How do you fit it to. A standard light socket or do you have to change that
TechPimp

How do you fit it to. A standard light socket or do you have to change … How do you fit it to. A standard light socket or do you have to change that


Ask the lightbulb, it's smart
Are these hue compatible?
got one to see what they are like. i've always fancied the idea of remote colour changing bulbs but never tried one before
TechPimp

How do you fit it to. A standard light socket or do you have to change … How do you fit it to. A standard light socket or do you have to change that



​It is an E27 fitting which would be screw in.
5Rivers79

Are these hue compatible?


Don't think so
5Rivers79

Are these hue compatible?


No, they don't need a hub like Hue does
Randomly the two I ordered last time they were posted arrived this morning. Build quality looks good, but no basic instructions in the box? I take it I just download a Xiaomi App to get started? Seems these bulbs expect everyone to be as smart as them??
imiskeen

Randomly the two I ordered last time they were posted arrived this … Randomly the two I ordered last time they were posted arrived this morning. Build quality looks good, but no basic instructions in the box? I take it I just download a Xiaomi App to get started? Seems these bulbs expect everyone to be as smart as them??



Can you post back once you get them setup? Would like to know how they perform.

I want 6 so going for these over the hue would save a bit of cash.
Price now showing as £13.69.

Damned inflation.
limpduck

Can you post back once you get them setup? Would like to know how they … Can you post back once you get them setup? Would like to know how they perform.



Click the link - there's a neat video on the product page.
limpduck

Can you post back once you get them setup? Would like to know how they … Can you post back once you get them setup? Would like to know how they perform. I want 6 so going for these over the hue would save a bit of cash.



Will do! No problem
I have 2 of these I'm running through Alexa. Work a treat.
ok ive ordered 6, and paid extra for faster shipping and insurance. These seem to work well with home assistant so will see how they perform
limpduck

ok ive ordered 6, and paid extra for faster shipping and insurance. These … ok ive ordered 6, and paid extra for faster shipping and insurance. These seem to work well with home assistant so will see how they perform



I've finally succumbed and gone for one to try with HA, don't normally like coloured lights but thought I might see what I could come up with in combination with the Hyperion ambilight I'm putting together.
Safe? I'm always wary about plugging any Gearbest or other Chinese sourced products into the mains, especially something at mains voltage like this.
BungalowBill

Safe? I'm always wary about plugging any Gearbest or other Chinese … Safe? I'm always wary about plugging any Gearbest or other Chinese sourced products into the mains, especially something at mains voltage like this.



​Nothing wrong with Xiaomi, massive company now.
brookysm

​Nothing wrong with Xiaomi, massive company now.



A lot of items with Xiaomi written on the box aren't actually made by them though, they do a lot of licence deals and I'd guess their home automation stuff is in that category. Doesn't mean there's anything wrong with it though obviously, most things we buy with european packaging are manufactured there in the same factories, just need a bit of common sense when picking which to buy.
Got mine today, they are really long, they poke out the top of my table lamps, especially if you need to use it with an adaptor. Going to have to buy some new table lamps now :-(

Not really played with them yet, seem to give off a good amount of light on max.
dbt101

I have 2 of these I'm running through Alexa. Work a treat.


how do you set them up with Alexa? I have an Alexa echo dot but have no idea how to set these up compared to my Hue bulbs.
b1g1an

A lot of items with Xiaomi written on the box aren't actually made by … A lot of items with Xiaomi written on the box aren't actually made by them though, they do a lot of licence deals and I'd guess their home automation stuff is in that category. Doesn't mean there's anything wrong with it though obviously, most things we buy with european packaging are manufactured there in the same factories, just need a bit of common sense when picking which to buy.



​I'd suggest knowing who trades under Philips branding now too. Yes there's a lot of cross manufacturing but Xiaomi are apparently getting serious about Worldwide branding and collaboration. the MiBox 3 with Google is a classic example!
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