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[Amazon Canada] *DEAD* Sengled Element Classic A19 8 Pack - 60W Equivalent Daylight or Soft White (5000K or 2700K) Smart LED Bulb $32

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[Amazon Canada] *DEAD* Sengled Element Classic A19 8 Pack - 60W Equivalent Daylight or Soft White (5000K or 2700K) Smart LED Bulb $32

Lightning deal

Compatible with Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, Samsung SmartThings and Wink
HUB IS REQUIRED

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Last edited by Don Freak on Dec 21st, 2018 11:28 am, edited 2 times in total.
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Thank you. Been waiting for this to go back on sale.
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Be all over this if I hadn't already decked out with Philips hue
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looks like HOT deal...lowest price? last time was 8 for $40
need a hub though
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Is these bulbs work with hue hub?
Rule No.1 here: Buy first, Think afterwards.
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Thank you OP. I had bought the 4 pack starter but didn't like soft light. Now my full house can be lighted up.!
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Where to get the controller for cheap?
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Marphyin wrote:
Dec 21st, 2018 6:59 am
Is these bulbs work with hue hub?
They don't unfortunately. I too am currently using Hue bulbs but for rooms that you only want plain dimmable bulbs it might be worth it to grab these and a kit with the hub... $4 per bulb is wild compared to hues which usually go for $12-15 at the cheapest. I've heard having multiple hubs in a household can mess up wifi.... Has anyone who's done this comment?
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Can’t seem to find a cheap hub though, but damn this is a great price!
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I was looking to get wall switches/dimmer but it looks like now the lights are cheaper
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Too bad they don't have these at 3000K. I find 2700K too yellow and 5000K quite white.
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eclipsemyl wrote:
Dec 21st, 2018 7:52 am
Too bad they don't have these at 3000K. I find 2700K too yellow and 5000K quite white.
if we get 5000k, can we not adjust the brightness i.e dim it to get similar effect?

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