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- 15 colors with 1 second flash, 3 second strobe, fast fade, smooth fade and dimmer
- Multi-color controlled by remote up to 5 meters away!
- Comparable to a 20W lamp
- Synchronous version multiple lamps will sync if within proximity
- Great for parties, mood setting and holidays
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The multi-color lamp with remote control is a great bulb for accent lighting your holidays, parties or simple mood setting for special occasion. IT SAVES ITS LAST PROGRAM when turned off and back on. The lamp is comparable to a 20W incandescent but only draws 5 watts. There is a remote control that offers 15 colors and white with dim and 4 multi-color functions.
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The light in THIS listing, though, is actually part number REMOTE-E27-3W, and is only 3 watts. The other one is just barely bright enough to be useful, whereas this one is so dim that you won't even notice it except in a blackened room.
All of the functionality is correct, it:
* Screws into a standard "light bulb" fixture, like almost all the lights of your house use, known as E-27
* Has 4 auto-color-changing settings, that either transit slowly or blink between colors quickly.
* Has 16 pre-mixed colors. The LEDs are of the standard Red, Green, and Blue colors, but they can be dimmed and brightened like the pixels on a monitor, to make other colors.
* Has a remote that works from any angle where the IR light can bounce into the receiver on the front.
* Remembers your settings next time you turn it on.
* Can be adjusted for brightness/dimness, and color cycle speed.
* The problem is that, of course, this entire listing is fraudulent. I bought it expecting the 5 watt, as the listing specifies, and got the 3 watt.
Note, too, that there are actually globe-shaped 6 and 9 watt color-changing lights available elsewhere, I've found a 9w on ebay and am ordering it for $14. I'd prefer to use Amazon, but haven't found any here.
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1. You have to diffuse the light with something translucent like wax paper or tape in order for the colors to blend.
2. You can get this same light for around $7.00 from other sellers, or the step up which is actually 5 watts as this one claims to be (but isn't, it's 3 watt).
The first thing that got my attention was the build quality. I expected the bulb to be of cheap, fragile plastic construction, but it's actually very solid and of good weight. The size is about as long as a PAR20 bulb and almost exactly as wide as an MR16.
The color it produces is extremely vibrant, very saturated. The transitions are clean and look professional. As one reviewer mentioned earlier, things are a little more on the dim side. The brightest colors (blue and white) are equivalent to a 20 watt bulb and the dimmest color (red) is about an 8 watt bulb. While this perfect for mood lighting, as a party-lighting solution, you will require many bulbs. I recommend searching out and buying the bulb by the same seller without the remote when getting multiples. It saves a few bucks and you can use the same remote for all the bulbs.
The remote has a range of about six feet and about a 60 degree spread. It's signal easily goes through recessed cans (as long as you point it at the bulb).
The bulbs do have a memory of the last setting they were on when turning them on, either through the remote or power switch, as long as they are "trained" with the setting by leaving it on for at least a few minutes. I do notice that, when on solid colors at max brightness, the bulb controller flickers every once in a while. It's not enough do bother me, but I do notice it from time to time.
I will definetely be incorporating these bulbs in future lighting ideas.
This was advertised as a 5-watt E-27 LED bulb. It used to be mentioned in the product Title and listed in the Technical Details. It's still clearly described as 5 watts in the "Product Description". The bulb's "Part Number" is listed twice as "R16-E27-5W1-COLOR".
I received a 3-watt bulb that looks nothing like the bulb pictured. There is absolutely nothing imprinted on the bulb itself, but on the box it's labeled as "Power: 3W". This (generic) 3-watt bulb--as others have pointed out--is far more available and easily purchased for considerably less. This "error" has been occurring way too frequently to be anything other than a deliberate deception. Even incompetence can't quite cover it (up). Moreover, there are numerous other legitimate problems, quirks and issues with this product, not the least of which is total lack of ANY manual or Instruction Sheet of any kind either in the box or even online. As one uses the remote, one discovers one obvious limitation after another. It would certainly be in the seller's best interest to list what it can do, instead of having to discover on your own, what it can't.
Had this sale been an honest one, I would have likely rated it as 3-stars. However, there is absolutely no excuse for this bait and switch type of deception. Amazon should have either straightened this listing out long ago or removed it altogether.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This product isn't the same as the picture. It is close but seems cheaper. It does work but it isn't bright enough to light up a room. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Dylan
Good colors for light. however, the lightbulb is not bright enough to light up a room. more mood light. remote not good.Published 6 days ago by lionlazer
Got it earlier than expected and it works great. Love it. Thanks Amazon.Published 7 days ago by teresa dianne carroll
Some of the colors would be solid white solid blue solid green and solid red but when you try to switch between variable tones there's a noticeable and I mean highly visible red... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Jesse David
These were in crushed boxes but as expected and seemed fine. I haven't tested them yet so they may or may not work but I have bought these exact same ones before so I am sure they... Read morePublished 10 days ago by Brad Grant