|Item Weight||1.6 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||5.1 x 2.3 x 2.6 inches|
|Item model number||93513|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
|Usage||Suitable for indoor & outdoor enclosed fixtures|
|Warranty Description||2 Year Limited Warranty|
GE Link Starter Kit, 1 Hub and 2 A19 Bulbs, Soft White (2700K), 65-Watt Equivalent, Works with Amazon Alexa
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- Works with Amazon Alexa to support dimming through voice control (hub required, Alexa device and hub sold separately)
- Compatible with Wink App, Amazon Echo, SmartThings Hub or any other Zigbee rated device
- Provides 800 lumens of light output and 2700K Soft White appearance
- Lasts 22.8 years with an estimated energy cost of $1.45/year; 65-watt equivalent
- Wirelessly control via smartphone from anywhere in the world, dimmable via smart app
- Kit includes GE Link Hub and (2) A19 LED lamps; suitable for general indoor use
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From the manufacturer
GE Link 60W Equivalent Soft White A19 Connected LED Light Bulb
GE Link light bulbs connect via a hub to the Wink app on your mobile device, so you can control them from anywhere. Remotely operate individual lights or groups, sync them with other smart products, and automate lighting to fit your schedule.
Control From Anywhere
Link puts the power at your fingertips. Once connected, you can control individual bulbs or groups of them from afar.
Easily automate your lighting to turn on when you wake up, turn off when you leave, or dim when bedtime approaches.
GE Link light bulbs last over 22 years (based on 3 hours/ day) and use 80% less power than traditional ones.
Quick, Easy Setup
Installation couldn’t be simpler––just connect the hub (sold separately), twist in the bulb, turn it on, and sync with the Wink app.
Bulbs last over 22 years (based on 3 hours/ day) and use 80% less power than traditional ones.
Requirements (not included): Wink HUB or Relay, Wi-Fi network, Apple or Android smart device (tablets and desktops not supported at this time).
Limited two-year warranty. (Conditions apply, kindly contact customer care/website for further information.)
What's In The Box?
(2) A19 bulbs: 12W/60W equivalent, soft white, indoor use.
(1) Link Hub
- Control lights, individually or in groups, from the Wink app.
- Sync lights with other smart products to create scenes.
- Automate lighting to fit your schedule.
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|Sold By||Available from these sellers||Amazon.com||Amazon.com||Blue Donuts||Amazon.com||T&K Store|
|Shape||A19||A19||A19||A19||A19, E26 Fitting||A19|
|Light Source Type||LED||LED||LED||LED||LED||LED|
|Additional Features||Dimmable||Extend your warranty at philips.com/RegisterMYLed, Commercial applications warranty is based off 12 hours a day, Zigbee HAN 1.2 Certified, Compatible with Alexa, Wink, Apple HomeKit, Siri, Samsung Smartthings, and others, Operating in completely closed fixtures may reduce lamp life||Dimmable||—||Dimmable||Dimmable|
GE Link light bulbs connect via a hub to the Wink app on your mobile device, so you can control them from anywhere. Remotely operate individual lights or groups, sync them with other smart products, dim or highlight for the perfect setting, and automate lighting to fit your schedule. Starter kit includes 2 A19 bulbs and a hub for connecting to the Wink mobile app.
Top customer reviews
I have noticed they don't dim to the same degree as the hue and seem to flicker sometimes where the Hue does not. Also you can see that in the attached photo the Hue bulbs have a much more even light dispersal then the GE (Quirky, Inc.) Link bulbs.
Adding the bulb to the array was easy with the Philips Hue Hub and app. Amazon Echo sees the bulbs like any other smart device and IFTTT also works exactly the same for these bulbs. I think that for the price they are very good. You'd get half the bulbs getting the Hue bulbs when Amazon sells these at $10. If these are going for the regular price of $15, the extra $5 might be a good bet since the Hue bulbs are better.
Why smart bulbs?
You can still use a light switch to turn them off and on (so necessary for day-to-day use) but you will need the light switch in the "on" position to control the lights from your smartphone.
You can turn the lights off/on or dim them right from your smartphone.
You can create shortcuts/scenes ("Reading in Bed" or "Watching a Movie") from your smart phone. One click on your shortcut/scene and you can make various lights brighten, dim, turn off and turn on.
You can set your bedroom lights up on a schedule to jar you awake in the morning (it has made getting out of bed so much faster, though slightly more painful, for me).
You can set up a geofence so when you leave your house in the morning for work, all the lights in the house go off.
You can set up a "random" schedule for lights to go on and off throughout the home while on vacation so it appears the house is occupied.
I'm sure there are other ways people utilize these bulbs, and I'd love to hear them, but for the above reasons these bulbs are worth much more than $15 a piece to me.
So great, two new bulbs, and why not get two more, they're cheap, the rest are probably fine. It's been, oh, several months now, three of them have serious problems (the 4th one hardly ever gets used). The one in the living room will flash at least once a day, it's connected to SmartThings, but has a mind of its own and will turn itself on in the middle of the night, so we don't even use it as a smart bulb anymore. And what do you know? There's moisture in it! Next, the bulb in the bedroom likes to also turn itself on in the night (unrelated to the other bulb) and not turn on when it's scheduled to. Btw, these are not SmartThings bugs because SmartThings' history doesn't ever say the bulb was turned on, so the bulb itself is doing it. We also only use this light manually now (no smart controlling). Also moisture in this one! Now our porch light has started acting up, so great. It inconsistently turns itself on and off. Haven't checked for moisture, hard to get to.
In comparison to this mess, I purchased a Cree smart bulb from the local home improvement store—this bulb ROCKS! The GE bulbs create a weird shadow on the walls/ceiling (someone else has posted a photo of this). At first, I was like "oh, not so bad" but I have a fixture with this other bulb right next to it, and the GE bulb shadowing looks kinda lame. Also, the Cree bulb hasn't ever turned itself on/off at the wrong time, it doesn't have moisture, it's had zero problems—so the issues we've having with the GE bulbs don't seem to be us, or the house, because this other bulb does just fine.
Overall I'm very frustrated and disappointed with these light bulbs. We spent like $12 on each of these, and now I just want to throw them all in the garbage. What a waste of money. I do NOT recommend buying these bulbs, I bought them from Amazon and the local store and all of them had the same problems. Stay far, far away.
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