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9W Smart RGB LED Bulb Wireless Zigbee Control E27 $27 Delivered (/W Free Shipping +10% Off Coupon Code) @


9W Smart RGB LED Bulb Zigbee Protocol integrated,

compatible with

  • Philips Hue,
  • Alexa,
  • Echo Home,
  • Smart Things

$44.95 On Lectory eBay store and $30 on Lectory Webstore

Now 10% Off plus Free Shipping ($27) by applying Coupon Code.


  • Free shipping by applying coupon code "OZBARGAIN10" to active on the checkout page

  • Second-day delivery for metro cities

  • 3-4days delivery for regional areas

  • There will be no express postage, all shipping will be carried by registered couriers service with tracking.

About the offer

  • 7 Days only

  • Limited quantity in stock

  • 3 Years warranty

  • A local retail business owned and operated by OZ locals


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  • +1

    Do these have a brand name? Any independent reviews?

    • The band name is "Royalstar".

      Not yet have an independent review on Youtube.

      • +2

        Never heard of them, what type of music do they play?

  • +1

    Not that the OP is claiming different, but just to be clear while these might work with Hue and Hue works with HomeKit/Siri these bulbs wont show up in apple devices outside of the Hue app.

    • Right, we have tasted it with apple home kit, it doesn't get recognised.

      To perform a voice control over these bulbs you need a Google Home.

      • +4

        Was it like chicken? Everything seems to be like chicken

  • +1

    I can add these to my Xiaomi multifunctional gateway right? I've never added anything non Xiaomi to it, does it just discover zigbee devices?

    • Yes, the Xiaomi Gateway will find the bulb once it is powered on.

      • Mi Home or Yeelight?

        • Neither

        • let me get back to you on this one tomorrow, both of them rely on Zigbee Mesh but different kinds, we need the confirmation from our technical support.

        • Nop, it does not work with Mi home or Yeelight,

        • @Lectory LED Lighting: Yeah my Xiaomi Gateway isn't finding them. Got them today and so far they are just expensive white LED globes.

        • Apologize, it does not work with Xiaomi, Please write an email with the Invoice Number to our support team: [email protected] , we will process the refund for you.

        • @Lectory LED Lighting:
          Yeah bought this assuming on this comment, doesn't work with xiaomi gateway XD

        • @Bargain4Days: Hi, Please send us an email with the invoice number as a reference to [email protected], we will offer you refund or discount on other Smart lighting Hubs. Apologize for the misleading information.

  • +1

    Site says 3 year warranty, bargain says 12 months

    • Thanks for pointing it out, we have corrected it.

  • +1

    do you have deal on the flat downlighr versions as well ?

  • Mine arrived today and setup was simple with Alexa. We can change the colours and dim or brighten the light. However, when we turn it off with Alexa we cannot turn it back on again. Alexa suggests the device is malfunctioning.

    Would this most likely be an incompatibility between Amazon Echo Plus (Alexa) or the software/hardware in the light? I am not sure how else I can test the light as the only "home gateway" I have that uses Zigbee is the Echo Plus.

    Anyone else had problems with turning their light on (even though the power is on and it has been working). Sometimes the light does flash when I tried to turn it on - flashes white and then off again. Echo seems to think it is on.

    Thanks for sharing any similar experiences.

    • It seems that the only Amazon Echo Plus command that is problematic is "turn the lounge light off" or similar. It seems this really turns the bulb and electronics off so it can't be turned on or up or anything.

      I can say "turn light down" "dim the light" or similar and still say "turn light up" "brighten light" or similar.

      I guess that is understandable but it seems natural to say "turn the lounge light off" and mean to turn the output of light off not the device itself.

      Anyone else see this?

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