LIFX Mini – White (E27) Wi-Fi Smart LED Light Bulb, Dimmable, Warm White, No Hub Required

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LiFX introduces Mini range: Smaller and more affordable smart lights, pre-orders starting $24.99

LiFX introduces Mini range: Smaller and more affordable smart lights, pre-orders starting $24.99

23rd September 2017 - Android Police

When it comes to smart lights, I prefer the LiFX approach to the Hue approach: no hub dangling off my router and simple Wi-Fi connectivity win me over every time. LiFX also makes it very simple to pick lights for different regions depending on voltage...

 

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Brand Lifx
Item Weight 145 g
Product Dimensions 6 x 6 x 10.5 cm
Item model number L3A19MW08E27
Part Number L3A19MW08E27
Area Lighting Classification Not Applicable
Weight 145 Grams
Number of Items 1
Style E27 - White
Colour White
Shape Standard
Material Plastic
Voltage 240 volts
Batteries Required? No
Type of Bulb LED
Cap Type E27
EU Energy Efficiency Label A+
Luminous Flux 800 lumen
Wattage 9 watts
Average Life 25000 hours
Lamp Power Factor 9
ASIN B07541LP5K
Customer Reviews 3.3 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews
Best Sellers Rank 1,945 in Lighting (See top 100) #52 in Amazon Launchpad > Home > Home, Furniture & Office #300 in Lighting > Light Bulbs > LED Bulbs
Shipping Weight 181 g
Date First Available 14 Sept. 2017
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3 Comments
  1. After initially having continuous app issues, i have it connected and works a dream. Using with Homekit is incredibly helpful, would buy again, please make these cheaper though!!

  2. I own 8 lifx bulbs in total, they are fantastic addition to your household, depending on which one you buy I have all of them a multicoloured bulbs so I have more options. You can adjust the colour via the app, brightness, colour, they even have settings such as auto lights on when the sun sets and wake up lights at a certain time its really great. All the people that say they couldn’t get it to connect to their WiFi probably never read the instructions or have really bad WiFi signal, as all you have to do is connect your bulb via the lifx app to your 2ghz WiFi connection, it will update its firmware and your done. No need for bridges etc which is a lot better than Philips Hue. Even the colours are much more vivid and brighter than Philips Hue. I suggest you first check your wifi strength around your home, to see if it will have strong enough signal. if not all you will need to purchase is a wifi powerline adapter, don’t buy a wifi booster also known as extender but rather powerline adapter with wifi. Since the powerline will be getting connection via ethernet cable through your electricity wires, it will transmit its own hotspot wifi signal, meaning it will give you best reliability and speed, as if you would be connected directly to your router. btw don’t get devolo they are not very reliable they have alot of issues i suggest tplink.

  3. I agree that these can be fiddly to set up as I bought two at the same time. One worked straight away and the other took away around 20mins of my life to connect and claim the light. I have however got them up and running as two bedside lights and they are really nice and reliable now and come highly recommended as replacement bulbs offering anything from a flame red colour to a blue white colour.It is worth noting though (and this point has been made by another reviewer) that if you have other lights from Lifx as in the A19 1100 lumen multicolour lights (I have three now) then these do not do 3200k which in my view is a good middle point between warm and cold. I can only hope that this is a software fixable issue as matching these to my other Lifx coloured lights is not possible at that setting. It’s not a massive issue for me but for some, that want to use the Day/Dusk feature with mixed lights will notice the jump between 3000k and 3500k.One of my favourite things is the scheduling. I have a schedule set for my girlfriend where the light on her side of the bed comes on at its warmest setting the same time as her second ‘Alarm Snooze Button press” at the dimmest level and then proceeds to dim up to 30% (all user definable) over 15mins. This is not too bright to ruin my morning and it helps her see when she gets out of bed. If you’re are clever you can set a few consecutive schedules to change the colour from super warm to a more morning colour temperate. Something I would like to see implemented in to future version of the Lifx app’s scheduling options (Start colour —> End Colour).All in all, a great little light that not only offers similar brightness to a standard filament 60watt, but uses a fraction of the energy and offers a better than expected kelvin range. The scheduling alone is kind of worth it.I bought two of these a couple of weeks ago for £24.99 which I think is a little expensive compared to other options. The fact that they are now selling them for a penny under £30 means I would personally more seriously consider other options if you are just getting in to smart lights. That said, I don’t think you can go too far wrong with these but for them to be more expensive than Philips hue bulbs of the same type seems odd planning. Their A19 bulbs is a different animal as it’s brighter with better colours than Philips last efforts but i’m not sure this one sticks it’s head up high enough for that extra hike in cost.

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