Yeelight Bluetooth Smart LED Lightbulb (B22/E27) Now £29.99 @ eBuyer
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Yeelight Bluetooth Smart LED Lightbulb (B22/E27) Now £29.99 @ eBuyer

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Found 19th May 2015
Love these lights and now a cracking price at £29.99 (normally £39.99).

Multi-coloured Smart LED light bulbs (B22 and E27 fitting) which you control from your smart phone.

I've got a few of these already and they literally transform your home, clever little product and now a great price.

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£30 for a bulb, you mad bro?

Everything is better with Bluetoooth...

bouncy99

£30 for a bulb, you mad bro?


This one is bluetooth, far cheaper than the version with hen's tooth.

A bluetooth bulb, just what I always needed...


Said no-one ever X)

...ooh take my money a bulb that comes with an app to change its colour palette X) ..again
but delivers very little useful actual working light when push comes to shove, of which the white light will be utterly chewed up garbage of no use to man nor beast.
(or if you are not surgically attached to a phone, then a cheap option may be to simply get a little regular colour change remote (of which replacements are only a couple of quid if you lose it).

great for mug-punters.
(spend a tenner or less for a wall washer flood)

The speil carefully navigates round the matter of useful lumens output as a working light, ...ooh pretty colours (dribble from the corner of mouth).
(I do own colour changing led's incidentally, but not going to put myself in a tight spot where good lighting is needed but none is available & possibly hurt myself / damage something as a result).

bouncy99

£30 for a bulb, you mad bro?


But you can change the colour of this from your phone. That's got to be worth an extra £25 surely?


NOT

splender

This one is bluetooth, far cheaper than the version with hen's tooth.


hens tooth?

MR GUS

...ooh take my money a bulb that comes with an app to change its colour … ...ooh take my money a bulb that comes with an app to change its colour palette X) ..again but delivers very little useful actual working light when push comes to shove, of which the white light will be utterly chewed up garbage of no use to man nor beast.(or if you are not surgically attached to a phone, then a cheap option may be to simply get a little regular colour change remote (of which replacements are only a couple of quid if you lose it). great for mug-punters.(spend a tenner or less for a wall washer flood) The speil carefully navigates round the matter of useful lumens output as a working light, ...ooh pretty colours (dribble from the corner of mouth).(I do own colour changing led's incidentally, but not going to put myself in a tight spot where good lighting is needed but none is available & possibly hurt myself / damage something as a result).



I use the phillips ones personally, and have no idea what you're on about concerning the white light - mine are plenty bright enough. The colour effects are obviously dimmer as all three LED's aren't on together.

I've also had a couple of the cheaper Auraglow lights, which were also plenty bright on white. I gave those away though as it didn't fit in with the hue bridge approach.

I can't justify the price to you, but if you can afford them, then certainly don't be put off by their brightness.

Edited by: "pipehippy" 19th May 2015

bouncy99

hens tooth?


It makes beer.

Now that is one I would buy!

I paid £80 each for my lifx bulbs and have 4. Bargain in my opinion.. they are so much more than just a bulb.

pipehippy

I use the phillips ones personally, and have no idea what you're on about … I use the phillips ones personally, and have no idea what you're on about concerning the white light - mine are plenty bright enough. The colour effects are obviously dimmer as all three LED's aren't on together.I've also had a couple of the cheaper Auraglow lights, which were also plenty bright on white. I gave those away though as it didn't fit in with the hue bridge approach.I can't justify the price to you, but if you can afford them, then certainly don't be put off by their brightness.




Ok, with these style of lights RGB the white is 99 times out of 100 a dirty tinged, edged white(ish) light.

Compared to that of either a decent cold white effect led or a warm white.
So what is the wattage rating on that bulb then, as clearly it will affect the overall useability when you don't want a mere colour chasing stream & require more.

Any i've experience of the 10 or near range of wattage are pure crud for day to day.

I bought two of the Wifi Yeelights from Gearbest (~£15 each). They have their place, it's nice to have a bright, cold light in the kitchen when cleaning or cooking, then a softer, warmer light for actually eating.

I was actually impressed with the app, allows grouping, timers, default settings (what do you want the light to do if the switch is turned off and on again).
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