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[Amazon Canada] [Expired] Sengled Element Color Plus Lighting Starter Kit - $59.99

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[Expired] Sengled Element Color Plus Lighting Starter Kit - $59.99

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59.99
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42%
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Amazon Canada
Sengled Element Color Plus Lighting Starter Kit, Control up to 64 Bulbs, 16 Million Color Output, Tunable Warm White to Daylight (2000K – 6500K), Compatible with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant

Comes with 3 smart bulbs in color and the Sengled hub
Lightning deal at $69.99 less $10 coupon = $59.99 + tax
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Last edited by an0nym0us on Nov 9th, 2018 1:50 am, edited 2 times in total.
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As someone with limited experience with Philips hue bulbs and has heard a lot of good things about sengled, how good a deal is this?

I've wanted colored bulbs in my living room for a long while, should I pull the trigger on this?
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Wow... amazing deal. Thanks OP! Picked up the Element Classic Starter Kit with an extra bulb (three bulbs total) for $40 yesterday. Guess I'll be getting rid of that now.
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RedFlagCrake wrote:
Nov 9th, 2018 1:00 am
As someone with limited experience with Philips hue bulbs and has heard a lot of good things about sengled, how good a deal is this?

I've wanted colored bulbs in my living room for a long while, should I pull the trigger on this?
Extremely hot, because the color smart bulbs in general cost quite a bit more.
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RedFlagCrake wrote:
Nov 9th, 2018 1:00 am
As someone with limited experience with Philips hue bulbs and has heard a lot of good things about sengled, how good a deal is this?

I've wanted colored bulbs in my living room for a long while, should I pull the trigger on this?
Philips Hue have great products, but it hurts the pocket. You can easily drop hundreds going that route. Sengled is much more affordable. Smart color bulbs from any name brand usually goes for $25+. You can also get dimmable white / yellow bulb for as low as $8 from Amazon when there's a coupon on top of being a lightning deal.

TLDR, very reliable, great for the price.
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I bought this and have nothing in my house that uses A19 bulbs, I wish Sengled had E12 bulbs so I could at least use it with a chandelier.

Gifting it to my parents it is!
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Note for people who are looking for more bulbs and don't need the RGB colours, the Sengled Elements Plus starter kit (2 bulbs) is going for $57 with an additional cost of $12.50 per bulb currently
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416vtyou wrote:
Nov 9th, 2018 1:28 am
Note for people who are looking for more bulbs and don't need the RGB colours, the Sengled Elements Plus starter kit (2 bulbs) is going for $57 with an additional cost of $12.50 per bulb currently
Is this what you're referring to?
https://www.amazon.ca/Sengled-Ambiance- ... tarter+kit

This is what I got previously
https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B072M5 ... UTF8&psc=1

I got this (4 pack) last time, $29.99 + tax on lightning deal on top of a coupon. Every now and then, it goes on this kind of sale. Comes to around $8-9 each.
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an0nym0us wrote:
Nov 9th, 2018 1:37 am
Is this what you're referring to?
https://www.amazon.ca/Sengled-Ambiance- ... tarter+kit

This is what I got previously
https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B072M5 ... UTF8&psc=1

I got this (4 pack) last time, $29.99 + tax on lightning deal on top of a coupon. Every now and then, it goes on this kind of sale. Comes to around $8-9 each.

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Yes those are the ones I’m talking about!

For me, an important feature is the ability for a daylight temperature setting. The 2700K soft white is too warm to be my main source of lighting.

Also, deal appears to be dead
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416vtyou wrote:
Nov 9th, 2018 1:49 am
Yes those are the ones I’m talking about!

For me, an important feature is the ability for a daylight temperature setting. The 2700K soft white is too warm to be my main source of lighting.

Also, deal appears to be dead
Yeah, I eventually saw that difference. I'd agree, it's literally night and day between the different temperature settings. Bright white in the kitchen and study, soft white in the living room, dining room and bedroom.
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Do different Sengled bulbs work with their hub? If so, the Element Plus (the one with 2700-6500K) is on sale for $12.50 on Amazon right now so it’s not too bad to upgrade some of your 2700K only bulbs!
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Yep lightning deal is dead.
The first rule of RFD is, you do not talk about RFD.

The second rule of RFD is, you DO NOT talk about RFD.
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416vtyou wrote:
Nov 9th, 2018 1:55 am
Do different Sengled bulbs work with their hub? If so, the Element Plus (the one with 2700-6500K) is on sale for $12.50 on Amazon right now so it’s not too bad to upgrade some of your 2700K only bulbs!
Yes they do, as long as it's the smart ones. Sadly, I have about 7 spare 2700k and 2 color wifi from Yeelight I tried. But that is a good price.
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what I do is have 5000k and 2700k. When I want pure white, just turn off the other 2700k and at night have 2700k on. Maybe have 2700k at 100% and 5000k at 1%

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