|Item Weight||9.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2.6 x 2.6 x 5.3 inches|
|Item model number||839928002632|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
|Number of Handles||1|
|Special Features||Pre-programmed Modes, Control Multiple Bulbs Simultaneously, 16 million Colors|
Lumen LED App Enabled Smart Bulb by Versifli
|Price:||$69.99 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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Smart Bulb, LED Longevity & Cool Features
The Lumen Smart Bulb from Versifli combines the practical utility of a standard white bulb, the party fun of multi-coloured lights, and the longevity and costs savings of an LED bulb — all of this, within a single package that works with existing standard bulb sockets already in our homes. Everything can be controlled easily from a proprietary application on your iPhone or iPad. Your smartphone or tablet connect to the Lumen Smart Bulb via Bluetooth 4.0 technology, which allows for a direct interaction between your device and the Lumen bulb as well as multi-control capabilities. And with a range of up to 30 feet, you can control all the Lumen bulbs in your home right from the palm of your hand whether you're in the bed room or the living room.
Delivering 400 lumens, the Lumen Smart Bulb provides the equivalent brightness of a traditional 40-watt light bulb — but with much lower power consumption. Besides savings on energy consumption, the Lumen Smart Bulb helps you save money over the long haul with its longer life span.
- Simple to use, plug and play
- 16 million colors
- Control multiple bulbs simultaneously
- Pre-programmed modes
- Energy saving
- Comparable to 40-watt incandescent bulbs
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|Shape||Standard||Bulb||A19, E26 Fitting||Bulb||Bulb||a19|
|Light Source Type||LED||LED||LED||LED||LED||LED|
|Additional Features||Pre-programmed Modes, Control Multiple Bulbs Simultaneously, 16 million Colors||Requires Bluetooth 4.0 compatible devices. Android and IOS APP supported (For iPads, please disable “iPad only” search filter in App Store when you install this App), Built in memory function retains the last color or program mode. Working Voltage is AC100-264V which is common for all over the world., Works with Apple Watch, iPod, iPhone (4s and higher), iPad (3 and higher including iPad Air and Mini) and Android devices running Android 4.3 or above., Comes with 20 pre-programmed modes like cross fades, strobe etc. Free MagicLight app allows you to create your own programs., Can connect to 50 MagicLight bluetooth led smart bulbs. Forgot your phone? No problem. It also functions just like a regular light bulb and will light up with the flick of a switch.||• Control your lights from anywhere with your tablet or smartphone using the free Kasa app (iOS, Android) • Dim brightness to customize lighting and suit your mood • Check on lights remotely and power them off for peace of mind • Control lights individually or in groups by saving your favorite light settings as Scenes • Set schedules, timers, and countdowns and have your lights work around your life • Track real-time and historical energy use to stay informed and save • Use Away Mode to turn lights on and off at different times to give the appearance that someone is home • Compatible Wi-Fi Bands: 802.11n, 2.4GHz Wi-Fi • Lifetime: 22.8 yrs, up to 25,000 hrs||Requires Bluetooth 4.0 compatible device, Built in memory function retains the last color or program mode., Works with iPhone 4s, iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5s, iPad 3, iPad 4, iPad Mini and Android 4.3 or higher., Comes with 20 pre-programmed modes like cross fades, strobe etc. App allows you to create your own programs, Can connect to 50 Flux smart bulbs||Built in memory function retains the last color or program mode., Works with iPhone (4s and higher), iPad (3 and higher including iPad Air and Mini) and Android devices running Android 4.3 or above., Works with Amazon Echo and Alexa. Control the lights remotely from anywhere in the world., Works with IFTTT. Have your bulbs flash your team colors when your team scores, or blink when you have an incoming call or timer. Check out the Flux service in IFTTT, Comes with 20 preset modes like cross fades, strobes etc. Custom mode allows you to create your own programs and share it with friends and family., Working Voltage is AC 100-264V which is common for all over the world.||Dimmable|
|Wattage||40 watts||7 watts||8 watts||7 watts||7 watts||100 watts|
Top customer reviews
Does it produce light? Yes. Can you make the light change color? Sometimes. Does the bulb turn on automatically at a time you can specify? Nope.
The Lumen app for iPhone is not very well designed, but it seems to work well enough. There are a lot of obvious features that it's missing and the UI is very poorly thought out. The main problem with it though is that the app is just not very good at talking to the light. 50% of the time I open the app, it can't connect to the bulb and I have to powercycle the bulb a few times while opening and quitting the app until it will recognize the bulb that it is 6" away from. At that point the app will let you change the bulb brightness and color and does it fairly reliably, but if you close the app and then reopen it to turn the bulb off 10 minutes later, it's a real crapshoot as to wether or not you're going to have to do a rain dance to get the thing to connect again.
Even when the app is working perfectly, it manages to take the simple process of turning a light on and off and turn it into a 30 second ordeal. Even if the light didn't have a switch, I could access and unscrew a lightbulb in less time than it takes me to turn the light off via the app.
The biggest disappoint for me has been the wake-up feature - because it doesn't work. The interface here, again, is awful - but you can find your way around it to set the time you'd like the light to turn on as well as choose wether you want it to take 5 or 10 minutes to turn on. The app also assures you that, after you hit save, the pertinent information is stored in the bulb itself so you don't even have to have your phone on for the wakeup feature to work once it's been set up. So why doesn't it work? I don't know. I've tried to use the bulb as my alarm clock for the past week or so and I think it's automatically turned itself on once - and that time it still didn't actually turn on until about 40 minutes after I had it set.
After receiving the bulb and playing with it, I thought it was neat, a novelty - but it also became apparent that this isn't even in the same market as the Philips Hue and its competitors. There's an inherent flaw in trying to connect each bulb directly to your device - if you're looking at this bulb with visions of having a smart home with connected lightbulbs, it's just not going to happen - you'd have better luck if someone invented some sort of cable that you could connect this bulb to that had some sort of physical interface for turning the bulb on and off... Oh yeah, they have those. It's called a light switch and compatible bulbs are available at stores near you with MSRPs starting at 25¢.
Maybe your router or WIFI will be better than mine, but like I said, after using HUE, they have it all over this, so I don't think it's my router or WIFI.
Very easy to install and pair with your smartphone. I successfully paired them with my iPhone 5 and iPad Air. All works as advertised by the manufacturer: proximity detection, phone calls in, music, etc. In regards to the music lighting, it will only work with music that you have downloaded and stored in the Music app of the your device. If you use a 3rd party service, such as Pandora, Spotify, Beats Music, or Rhapsody, the "disco" option will not work.
I replaced 4 lights in a ceiling fan in my den and 2 in regular lamps in my bedroom. It seems after about 7-10 days, the bulbs need to power cycle on/off to work properly. I leave my lamps switched ON all the time, but after about 7-10 days my iPhone won't connect to them to control them. After 1 power cycle, functionality returns to normal.
Honestly think the price needs to come down a bit. I think $30-$35 per bulb is a more reasonable price. I would buy more at that price, but for now I'm just sticking with what I've already bought.