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    Discontinued ilumi   85W Equivalent Color-Tunable (2000K-8000K) PAR30 Bluetooth LED Smart Light Bulb - Arctic White

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    • Description

      Unleash the power of light with ilumi Color Tunable LED Smart bulbs. ilumi Color Tunable Smart bulbs give you the perfect light for every occasion. Imagine waking up feeling refreshed with a personalized sunrise that eases you out of bed, or hosting an unforgettable party with lights that dance to the beat of the music, or feeling secure when traveling knowing your lights will automatically turn on and off so it looks like someone is still home. As seen on television's Shark Tank, the PAR30 LED smart bulb simply screws in like a regular light bulb, perfect for overhead, recessed, or can lighting. The ilumi PAR30 LED Smart bulb will last up to 20 years and is extremely energy efficient. Control your ilumi Smart bulbs through the free ilumi app for iOS or Android to change the color and brightness, or explore one of the amazing built-in lighting programs to experience your lighting like never before. Requires Apple or Android devices that support Bluetooth Low Energy including the iPhone 4S, iPad Gen3, or above, Samsung Galaxy S3 and similar newer models.

      • Brightness: 1100 lumens
      • Estimated yearly energy cost: $2.05 (based on 3 hours/day, 11/kWh. cost depends on rates and use)
      • Life: 20 years (based on 3 hours/day)
      • Light appearance: 2000K-8000K
      • Energy used: 17-Watt (equivalent to an 85-Watt incandescent light bulb)
      • Lumens per watt: 65
      • Uses 80% less energy compared to a standard incandescent light bulb
      • Setup in seconds - screw it in, download the app, and enjoy
      • Show your style - personalize your atmosphere with any shade of white light or rich colors
      • Individual and group control - simple group and scene setup for flexible lighting control
      • Bluetooth smart mesh - just the free ilumi app and your ilumi smart bulbs for whole home control
      • Hyperlux LED technology - enjoy bright light in any color from crisp whites to rich colors without compromise
      • A brain of its own - remembers your favorite settings and schedules for the right light at the right time
      • Give life to light - preset lighting experiences to harness the power of light
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    • Reviews

      Ratings & Reviews

      60% of customers recommend this product
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      • fun but flawed
      • May 24, 2015

      First of all, it is a very bright bulb, capable of the bright-white 'daylight' color that I have come to prefer now that the dingy yellow of incandescents is a thing of the past. While not terribly bulky, it is rather heavy, not suitable for a gooseneck or swing-arm type installation. So it is a good, albeit very expensive, lightbulb. LED technology is still not quite here in terms of economics, but getting better all the time. Now on to the 'smart' features of the bulb. With a free app for Android or IOS, you can control the bulb in various ways. First of all, the controller app installed from the Google Play store on one Android tablet, but not on another. "Device incompatibility" it said - which is nonsense - the manufacturer needs to rethink their installation requirements. Then on to the firmware update, which simply doesn't work. After an inordinate amount of time, it seemed to finish, and then prompted to do it all over again. Repeatedly; after the second attempt, I gave up on it. The app only runs in portrait mode - crude. Bluetooth functionality is spotty at best. This is more of a Bluetooth issue - Bluetooth started out as a solution in search of a problem, then got adapted to a bunch of things it was never designed for, and it doesn't do anything particularly well. The fact that the bulb uses Bluetooth was a red flag to me even before I tried it, but I like gadgets, and figured I'd give it a go anyway. In case you're wondering, Bluetooth has a range of around 30 feet - you cannot remote-control this device while you are out of the house. So, I try to pair the bulb with the tablet. No indication of success - the bulb never joins the list of "Paired Devices", it just hangs in the "Available Devices" list in an indeterminate state. Ignore that, and see if the app can see it anyway. Sometimes it can, sometimes it can't. Fun with Bluetooth. Basic functions are color and dimming. You can dim it all the way down to off. The colors can be quite intense, suitable for party lighting, or can be very subtle, even emulate the old dingy yellow of tungsten. That much works as long as you have a Bluetooth connection. The concentric color wheel control is fun to play with. Oddly, the one color I couldn't get out of it was a bright sunny yellow, which the tablet screen does easily enough. It is possible to set a default color for the bulb, even if you just control it with a wall switch. The app itself is very obtuse. I'm sure the designer is proud of himself, but you'll have a ball trying to find your way around in what should be a very simple little app. It is full of selections like "Experiences" and "Scenes". "Scenes" are color presets. Why not call it that. There's a little camera icon in the app that records a "Scene", ie, remembers the current color. This simple function seems to work ok. "Experiences" are programs for the light. Again, why not just call them that. This includes a game of 'Simon' which actually works, and a bunch of others that don't work without the firmware update, which I've already noted, won't install. Oh wait, I deleted the bulb accidentally from the software, and re-installed it, and now the "Experiences" stopped complaining about the firmware update. Maybe the update did work after all. So, I start looking for a simple timer program, er, I mean "Experience", just to turn the bulb on and off on a schedule. That would be neat - a bulb that turns itself on and off. There is no timer. What? The closest thing you get is a scene scheduler, which is not a full timer, there are no off settings. Doh! There is something named "Torch". Torch is supposed to make your lights turn themselves on and off for you as you move around the house. As long as you are carrying the controller. But as soon as you try to enable it, the app crashes. Oh well. Seems like the kind of thing that could become really obnoxious anyway. There's a "Sunrise" experience, and a "Vacation" randomizer. Finally, there is a "Music Sync" experience, for that disco effect, but it only works with Spotify player, which I don't have installed and don't want. What would be really cool would be an "Experience" that would turn the bulb on from dusk to dawn, based on sunrise and sunset times. I have a couple of wall timers that can do that, you'd think a lightbulb with a computer in it could do the same. A small version of this would make an ideal front door light, for which the Torch experience might also be useful. So, in summation, most of the "Experiences" turned out to be of little use. The color control is fun to play with. I'll admit, the user interface did get a little easier to use after a while, but the app crashes, missing functionality, device incompatibility, and Bluetooth issues are crippling. Perhaps it is better on IOS. Luckily, when the 'smart' features fail, the bulb reverts to a good old-fashioned dumb bulb that you can turn on and off with a switch. You can buy a lot of those for the price of one of these.

      Pros Great Dimming, Very Bright Cons Complicated, Too Heavy
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