expired Xiaomi Yeelight RGBW E27 Smart LED Bulb AU $19.98/US $14.99 Delivered @ GearBest

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Xiaomi Yeelight RGBW E27 Smart LED Bulb AU $19.98/US $14.99 Delivered @ GearBestAffiliate
Bellpop

Was talking to the GearBest rep about my order and asked if he/she wanted to supply a discount for OzBargain members. They came back with this decent offer.

I think it's limited to the first 50 sold.

Enjoy :)

Comments

  • +2 votes

    Great work, thanks OP.

  • +4 votes

    Strange - adding your code increases the price for me. Comes to A$21.84 normally, but A$29.79 with the code.

  • +2 votes

    Seems to be only limited to 1 per order?

    • +5 votes

      That's normal for Gearbest codes. I usually upgrade my shipping because otherwise they take ages or are prone to 'getting lost in the mail'. However, this soon adds up if you have to order products using multiple accounts.

  • +3 votes

    Yeelight bulbs work with Amazon Echo now for those of you who are interested.

    • +2 votes

      Only works if set locale to Singapore in the Mi Home app. If you have other xiaomi home gear it won't work with each other, cos u need to set the other gear to mainland China

  • +23 votes

    No band 28 😒

  • +2 votes

    Thanks Bellpop I grabbed another one of these. They are great lights., well made and emit a strong light. As I am one of those digruntled customers who's been stuffed around by My Republic/ NBN co, I'm yet to use the wifi functionality. 😒

  • -1 vote

    FYI, it says 220 volts rather than the 240 volts we use, and in the questions and answers it says you'll need to buy a converter to use it in Australia.

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      I have one. I can use it in Australia without a converter.

    • +6 votes

      BS, Australian Standard for voltage is 230v,+10% or -6%. That means from around 220v to 250v. This product is fine for Australia in regards to voltage.

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        Thank you all for clarifying! Obviously I was wrong on the 240 volts! A quick Google reveals it used to be quoted as 240 V (which is why I'm remembering that figure from my childhood) and it has become 230 volts progressively with a long phase in period, long since completed, but it's effectively a nominal change because it was all inside the allowed range of variances. The motivation apparently was to bring us more into line with European standards.

        The rest though comes direct from the product's page (e.g. Q&A about the product needing a converter for use in Australia), so it's the product's page that was wrong for that information.

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      Australia went to 230v about 5 or 6 years ago.

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    Wait… Zapals has these for $13.24 each BUT they have a shipping cost. I just did an order for 3, and inc postage came up to $50.03, so Zapals would be better for people buying multiples? + 8% CR cashback

  • +1 vote

    i still haven't got this from last deal on Mar 15. i've got things before and after from Gearbest.

  • +1 vote

    I have a couple of these in the lamps in my living room, they're​ far better than I was expecting. I can highly recommend.

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    Any bayonet b22

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    what's the brightness/luminosity of these bulbs, i.e. lumens/candlepower?
    It say 9W consumption but not sure about the brightness.

    Edit: nvm it says 600Lumens which means it's not very bright… defintely a moodlight only

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    Order placed. Let's see if I actually receive it.

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    Code expired?

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    Not working for me either

  • +1 vote

    missed it, bugger. Only saw AU $29.xx->24.xx after Ppal

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    $16.39 at everbuying

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    So with this can I change the room to a dim pink colour and enhance the mood by putting on rose oils too?

  • +1 vote

    Just going to let people know, I ordered mine with the last code in mid march (March 16th) It has yet to arrive and basically I have been told to wait till mid may for them to consider a refund.

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      Free shipping and didn't select priority line or Express shipping ? Then yes of course it will take six to eight weeks to arrive, that is normal.

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        Sorry, Was just saying it is taking awhile. I order frequently from gearbest and most stuff arrives between 3-4 weeks, This was meant to arrive between 15-35 days like many of the other things I have ordered (I ordered more things on that same day including 3 LED Strips for my car and they arrived 2 weeks ago). Don't see anywhere where it says it will take 6-8 weeks. So basically what I am saying is this is not normal. So dunno why you down-voted.

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        Also I used registered air mail so it wasn't free, The tracking information hasn't been updated in a month and I am not sure if they know where it is. They have a 45 day money back guarantee basically meaning that there is a good chance that it might be hard to get my money back after that period if my item doesn't arrive.

        • -1 vote

          I've used registered air mail and non priority line / AusPost / non DHL options before and it's taken up to eight weeks mate. Usually in the six month mark frame, at times sooner. But since it took ages, i have never used it since. A lot of people whinge on here cos they don't realise what i just said is the norm - apologies if your package is actually lost.

          In this case you'd have to ring Australia post and they might refer you onto someone else who can find the tracking number, possibly with another courier company. I had that happen with a package from Lightinthebox once.

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    At checkout promo code listed as expired, any chance of extending the offer please?

  • +1 vote

    Still waiting on my order from the 16th of March and nothing yet

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    Received an invalid tracking number from Gearbest.

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