Sengled Smart Light Bulb, Smart Bulbs that work with Alexa, Google Home (Smart Hub Required), Smart Bulb A19 Alexa Light Bulbs, 800LM Soft White (2700K), A19 Dimmable, 9W (60W Equivalent), 1 Pack
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About this item Smart Lighting: Get started by connecting the included Sengled Smart Hub to a 2.4 gigahertz wi fi network. Turn the lights on and off, dim or brighten and set schedules using the Sengled Home app (iOS/Android) Voice Control: Connect your Smart LED Starter Kit to Alexa or Google Assistant and control your lights via voice commands Set the Mood: Choose from over 16 million colors or whites (candlelight to daylight / 2000K to 6500K). Lights will automatically turn to the last setting used when turned back on Create Scenes and Schedules: Set scenes, change colors or put your lights on a routine, whether at home or away Expand Your Smart Lighting: The included Sengled Smart Hub supports up to 64 Sengled Smart LEDs, including Multicolor and White A19 bulbs, sold separately
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We ordered these and we ordered the ones that require the hub. We will not order these ones again. They keep having to be reset with Alexa and it’s quite a hassle. The ones that require the hub work splendidly with no problems. Those will be the ones we use. These will go in the trash where they belong.See moreJanuary 7, 2021
Works perfectly with the Alexa app.See moreJanuary 6, 2021
Not bright enough for me! The light emitted is very warm not cool as I expected. Mine was a “bonus buy” so I didn’t have a choice on the luminosity of the bulb, Other than that set up was a breeze with Alexa App and works perfectly. No complain there. Good quality too.See moreDecember 22, 2020
Super easy, turn, and command!See moreDecember 14, 2020
I used to be a big X10 fan and was looking for something to replace that product as I was no longer using it because it was so unreliable. These led light bulbs fit the bill. I found the sweet spot to put the hub in my house and I can now control the led lights from anywhere using my phone. no changing light switches, just screw the bulb in and and leave the light switch on.I have 4 lights outside that are on from dusk to dawn everyday (for over a year and half with no burn outs). The hub has a routine in it that turns them on and off everyday for me. This is setup through the app. I also have fours lights inside the house in the living room and bedrooms.These lights can be controlled by Alexa by setting up a simple routine. I can now tell Alexa to turn on and off any of the led lights. You can set up routines to turn on both lights with one voice command, etc.If you need to turn on a light but don’t have your phone handy, you can toggle the light switch off and on. you just can’t turn off a light, by turning off the switch because you will not be able to turn it back on by the app. (thou you can turn it off that way, it just won’t turn back on by the app or hub until you turn the light switch back on)another nice feature is being able to dim the light bulb. the app allows you to slide a bar up to 100% and down to 1%. the bottom end is probably more like 10% brightness thou.One problem, you may have already figured out is if the power goes out, the lights will turn on when the power is restored. This is something the sengled engineers will have to work on, can’t be that hard to put a routine in the hub to check to see if it was just powered up should the lights be on or should it cycle them off.August 31, 2019
At first I had some trouble setting them up with “Alexa Echo Plus” which is the one that already has a hub built in to it. Mostly because the updated alexa app is very different looking than what you find in all the online tutorials right now so I kept getting stuck in the middle of all tutorials..If you have the echo PLUS version with the built in hub try this:1. DONT verbally ask her to “discover” them for you. DON’T DO IT2. Only install the alexa app, that’s all you need to get the echo PLUS version to control the bulbs …..even to dim them.2. Just screw in a bulb and turn it on (I screwed in 4 bulbs at a time and ran the setup with no problem)3. Open the alexa app and click on the tiny “device” icon at the bottom right corner of the app.4. Now click on the + add symbol at the top right corner of the app and select “add device”. Choose “Light” from the list.The bulbs will start to blink a few times and the app will name them each individually in numerical succession .That’s it.They are all working perfectly, all 8 of them. I’m 54 and have only had my first alexa for a week. If I can do it anyone can.July 26, 2019
Description says it works with Alexa… Amazon says it’s Amazon-Certified…Can’t use it without their own hub forcing you to purchase their hardware, why would I need that if I have an Echo? It’s a smart light, their proprietary hardware is redundant and wasteful. I do not recommend this product as there are products out there that do not require extra hardware to be used. 100% worthless to me…Now if you plan on getting their hub and not using it with a smart speaker like Alexa/Echo, this may work for you, if you plan on using it with a smart speaker there are better options that won’t require you to have something using electricity while the bulb does too.December 24, 2018
Once you can get them set up, they work great with Alexa. The setup process is a pain in the behind though. 6 of the 8 bulbs in this pack synched up perfectly with my Sengled hub. The other 2 just didn’t want to pair. I troubleshot these for several hours, swapped them with other bulbs, reset the hub (don’t do this unless you want to re-pair ALL of the bulbs you have), etc, until I finally got them to work.However, they are a great, cheaper alternative to the more expensive Phillips Hue bulbs and work just the same.July 17, 2018
Soon after receiving them, I had all 8 Sengled lamps deployed, replacing a non-uniform variety of older lamps. Setup was trivially easy thru an Amazon Echo _Plus_ (which apparently has a Zigbee hub built into it), and using the Amazon Alexa app on my iPhone to assign more convenient labels for each lamp. I very much like the ability to group multiple lamps and use a single voice command to set a uniform dimming level, e.g., “Alexa, Main Lights 5%.” It’s neat to see 8 lamps all respond together to one simple voice command. Now we leave the various light switches ON always, and use voice commands to control the lamps individually or in groups. Having coordinated dimming of multiple lamps is a pleasing new capability! And now, to stop an irritating reflection off the TV or computer screen, I can switch off a faraway lamp without having to get off the recliner.There is a bit of a learning curve for providing Alexa with clear comprehensible unambiguous voice commands. I think it helps to have multi-syllable labels for each device and group, so Alexa can more easily resolve uncertainties in the presence of ambient noise. There is probably a hint guide somewhere about effective communication with Alexa, but I haven’t stumbled upon it yet. Right now, with only a few days of Alexa experience, we are occasionally having to repeat or rephrase commands until we get the desired response.I chose the warm white 2700K lamps for my living space. Seven of the lamps are in one large living/dining room, and all look very uniform, no color nor brightness non-uniformities. I hope they all last a long time together. Operating them mostly at cooler dimmed settings ought to extend the life, I hope. (In my experience, LED lamps don’t last nearly as long as the manufacturers claim. Overheating is the main killer of LED lamps. Six of the old LED lamps that I replaced had cracked plastic shells after only a few years use, in upward-open sconces.)There is not much difference in lamp intensity between 90 and 100%, or between 1% and 2%. I find myself using only a few favorite dimming levels: 1%, 7%, 22%, 44%, and 99%.April 5, 2018
I use both Zigbee and Z-wave bulbs in my primary home and our vacation home. I added zigbee bulbs after our first power outage in our vacation place to solve the problem of z-wave bulbs becoming non responsive after an outage, and needing to be physically reset. Unfortunately, zigbee does the same thing. When power returns after a power interruption, the bulbs switch on and do not respond to commands from Alexa, Smartthings or Livewatch IQ panel….the lights stay on until being reset. This isn’t a huge problem if you are on site…but in the case of our vacation place, we are 3000 miles away and operate lights and cameras remotely, so manually resetting isn’t an option. To fix this problem, I switched to WIFI and Z-wave outlets…they do not seem to experience the same problem. I still use these bulbs in fixtures in both homes, but understand the limits. If you are on site, the bulbs aren’t a problem and are actually a great and inexpensive solution to automating lighting fixtures (like in ceiling fixtures etc) without having to change the hardware. I’m hesitant to recommend these for remote off site home automation, especially if your area experiences periodic power outrages. Please don’t misunderstand my review though, for on site application, they are fine and very convenient and I love being able to turn my lights on and off remotely or via a presence sensor (or geofencing utilized by your phone), but there are limits to these smart bulbs and there may be better options for your particular application.February 10, 2018