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LIFX Wi-Fi A19 Light Bulb $64.99 AU, Mini White Bulb $29.99 AU, AND MORE @ LIFX, Black Friday Sale

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LIFX's Black Friday Sale.

LIFX Wi-Fi A19 Light Bulb normally costs between $75-85 depending on the retailer. Today on the LIFX website, it's $10 cheaper at $64.99 for Black Friday. Mini White Bulb normally retails for $35+, but is $29.99 today. More deals for other bulbs on the website.

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With this, I'm getting 4x A19 Light Bulbs for $58 each, totalling $234. Sweet deal!

This is part of Black Friday / Cyber Monday deals for 2018

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  • +1 vote

    Relevant review of 3 Smart Lighting solutions from Linus Tech Tips just this morning
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VIOMzabAa3M&t=0s

    I bought 2 Yeelight RGB globes from GearBest at about $25 a pop to see how they perform

    • +2 votes

      The lifx is so much easier to set up on WiFi and much more responsive so far from my testing between them. I nearly replaced All my Yeelight with hue and lifx

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        Figured i'd give them a crack given the low price point. If they turn out to be rubbish I'll look at switching over to a more established brand

        Edit: With respect to responsiveness my intention is to automate as much as possible via IFTTT and Google Home Assistant so I don't envision that'll be much of a problem (provided it works)

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          Nothing wrong with the quality of the Yeelight RGB, I have been happy with them. Its just the integration into nest, razor etc that its missing

  • +1 vote

    Mini white E27 is $29.74 at David Jones/Officeworks

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      That one is also $29 at Kogan and Dick Smith. Through the LIFX website with the additional 10% off, you can grab it for $26.99.

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        But Kogan/LIFX price not including shipping cost.

  • +2 votes

    Add the code LIFXVIP for an additional 10% off.

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    I have 4 LIFX and 2 XiaoMi Yeelight which replace my old 6 WeMo lights in early days

    LIFX is still one of the best and easiest setup smart light so far for me (I haven't tried Philips Hue)
    However, I do admit Yeelight is catchup up due to the cost (2 times cheaper at least) and it now also support Google Home

    The only drawback for me on using Yeelight is they only comes with E27
    where some of my rooms are still using B22 (while I can use a E27>B22 adapter, but doesn't look nice)

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      Hue is about the same to set up, just launch app, new light found click add.

  • +1 vote

    Has anyone tried lifx lightstrips compared to the hue strips?