expired Xiaomi Yeelight Smart LED Bulb (Color) Upgraded Version $27.95 (2 for $49.95) Delivered @ Shopro

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A few users here have asked for a deal on the Yeelight - here it is. Buy 2 for some extra savings.

As usual, products are distributed from Shopro's Melbourne office.

Specification
Brand: Xiaomi Yeelight
Model No: YLDP06YL
Lamp Holder: E26/E27
LuminousFlux: 800lm
Color Tem: 1700K-6500K
Life Expectancy: Approx. 25,000 Hours
Connectitity: Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11 B/G/N 2.4GHz
Rated Input: 100V-240V 50/60Hz
Rated Power: 10W


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Comments

  • +1 vote

    Great price. These bulbs are fantastic!

    • +1 vote

      do these need anything special to work or just plain old wifi?

      • +3 votes

        Just Wi-Fi and the Mi Home App.

        Compatible with both Google Home and Amazon Echo.

        • +2 votes

          cool - although im more keen on direct home assistant automation.

          sucks about the screw base though. almost every lamp and light fitting in our house has bayonet socket

        • +1 vote

          Worth mentioning as an FYI that they only work on the 2.4ghz band. I went through many hours of hair pulling out before I figured it out why they weren't working

          • +3 votes

            @funk44: This is true of most smart lights. There is no point offering 5Ghz support. There's no benefit in the extra bandwidth and 2.4Ghz has better signal range and penetration through walls and floors.

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          Mi home app sucks. I use the yeelight app and google home integration.

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        Mi app or yeelight app. Yeelight app is better.

  • +1 vote

    Hey guys newbie here. Anyone knows if this is standard fitting across lamps? E.g I've bought a standing lamp from IKEA and was thinking of getting this to fit in it

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      If it has a screw socket for a bulb, this will fit.

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      Should be the standard from IKEA. It's standard in Europe, and most new light fittings you buy these days are Edison screw (E27).
      Technically the standard here is Bayonet (B22), but it's only really us and other former British colonies that use it, and is slowly fading out as most things get made for the EU/US/China market.
      If it's an older fitting it will likely be B22, if it's newer it's quite likely to be E27.

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      It is standard E27 connector.

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      Just be aware that some IKEA lamps use the slightly smaller E14 screw mount.

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      Thanks for the replies guys will be getting one !

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    Why no smart recessed led down lights? Always bulbs

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      you can get some of these exciting new "Philips Xiaomi" branded downlights:

      https://www.ebay.com.au/p/Xiaomi-Philips-Downlight-Smart-LED...

      on a serious note - i'm in the same boat. we've got downlights all through our house and would love some ~10W smart downlights.

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        You missed the lifx deal last week

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        looks pretty interesting. Would installation be difficult for these or is it a plug & play? Wonder if it also integrates with Google Assistant well..

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          Yep works with g assistant. Have to set up via app

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            @51kabunka: awesome! I have 3 in the kitchen I'd like to be "smart" but might just get 1 to test out first..

            Do I need a hub or something to control this or does it come with its own Wifi?

            Edit: Also, would I need to have the light switch turned to "on" at all times after installation?

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              @cray: No hub, light switch needs to stay on to use it as a smart light

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                @chansthename: So my current downlight has a driver powering it. So does the xiaomi get powered by the same driver? The wires are also currently connected using a clip so I'm assuming this needs to be removed and the two wires are to be screwed onto the new lights?

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                  @cray: I believe that this shouldn't need the driver, but I'd get some advice from someone more knowledgeable.

                  If what I believe is correct then yes you would need those 2 wires to be used with an e27 screw base.

    • +2 votes

      We put these fittings in during a recent renovation:

      https://www.beaconlighting.com.au/envirolux-glass-front-down...

      They fit these Xiaomi Yeelight Bulbs perfectly, and we can replace them ourselves if ever required.

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        interesting! maybe ill grab a couple of those and compare them to our current downlights

        hey any chance you could please post a pic of what that fitting looks like with the xiaomi bulb in it?? im just wondering if that flat glass is a part of the CFL globe it comes with or in the fitting itself.

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    Any deals on the Xiaomi Portable Flashlight USB Charger LED Lamp power bank 3350mAh ?

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    Do these work with zigbee Phillips Hue Bridge?

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      As you mentionned the HUE bridge is zigbee and these bulbs are wifi. You don’t need any additional bridge for this, your wifi router will act as the bridge.

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      this and/or lifx, mirabella are wifi operated, not via ZigBee hub like Philips

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    Isn't this the normal price for these? This just reminded me, tho. Another local seller had these for $21 in the last week.

  • +1 vote

    Got 2 at start of year. They go alright.

  • +1 vote

    Has anyone seen the Yeelight RGB strips?

    Haven't seen a decent price on them for quite some time.

  • +1 vote

    Do they work on the Xiaomi singapore server or only the china server? Anyone tried? (ie my vacuum is on the singapore server)

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    Can these work with the Google assistance on Nvidia Shield? Had a look for the Yeelight app on my Nvidia Shield and no luck finding it.

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      Just use the Yeelight app on your mobile for initial setup then add them to the Home Control section of Google Assistant and you're good to go.

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    Got 2! My 2 from Xiaomi AliExpress still hasn't come yet. So might as well get these two now. hehe

  • +1 vote

    I have two of these and they are great. Works well with my Google home minis. However there is a small delay between the voice command and the action on the bulb when using Google home.

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      I get the same with my Lifx bulbs/downlights using Google Home/Mini's. usually the lights turn on before Google announces they are on. You get used to it, although I wish it was slightly quicker..

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        It needs to confirm with China that your social credit is high enough to action the command :-)

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        I got around this by retrofitting standard led bulbs and using the light switch.

        On a serious note am I the only person that thinks these are a bit of a rip? I got Philips let bulbs last week for 50c each and I cant justify this premium.

  • +1 vote

    can someone explain to me why this light needs to connect to a server?

    • +1 vote

      So you can control them when you're away from your home without the need for setting up VPN, port forwarding, dynamic DNS service, etc. Believe it or not, most home automation smart devices are cloud connected, you just normally don't have a choice of which servers you connect to.

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    Haven't had much luck with these (Yeelight YLDP06YL model). Got four at the start of last year, and two died in December at around the same time. I would have thought LED bulbs would last longer? Ended up replacing the two faulty ones with Philips Hue to see if they're any better.

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      I haven't had much luck with anything Xiaomi, it all seems to be pretty cheap and nasty. I have dozens of Hue globes, sensors and switches and it's all just worked.

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    According to this https://www.iot-tests.org/2018/11/yeelight-a60-in-the-securi... (different, but similar model) the yeelight app requires pretty much complete access to your phone, far past what it's features need.

    So if you are going to buy it, it would be the smart thing to do use a different app.

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    Can i use this on the same Mi Home account as my robot vac? i seem to remember a while ago you needed to use different servers or something

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    Does anyone know if the Xaiomi hub from this seller is and AU plug?

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    Have a go with Mirabella Genio brand. It's Australian company and good quality products. You don't need to worry about server, Australian compatible plug etc..

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      I just bought a Genio lightbulb an hour ago from Kmart, do note that the Colour light bulb costs $29 while the ordinary Warm White bulb (dimmable, non colour changing) is $15.

      The Tuya-based app is kinda terrible and basic but it does work.

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    How many bulbs would I need for a 3.5m x 4.5m x 2.4m bedroom?

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      As many as you have sockets.

      • +1 vote

        4…. If colour is your thing. If using white all the time I would go 2.

        I just have them on my bedside tables.

      • +1 vote

        I intend to replace my existing gu10 fitting with an e27 oyster and am new to lumens ratings vs older wattage numbers.

        I think I'll skip these and wait (hope) for IKEA tradfri bulbs to be released.

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      Out of curiosity how are you planning to set them up? Like what lamps etc are you going to use?

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    Hi OP can we please have a good deal on the Yeelight LED light strip?

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    everytime i see this deal. i always think kanye came out with a range if lights

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    I used them for 3 years without any issues, but I would say this is not the cheapest I seen, when it goes to $20 each I will pull the triger.

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    Planning to get a couple for my new house :)
    Can anyone confirm if they still work with Alexa

    • +2 votes

      Was working till last night… have to check today, when I get home. 😀

    • +1 vote

      been using it for 2 years, no probs, enable Yeelight skill and link the account. Also could directly control from Alexa/Google Home app so Yeelight app is quite unnecessary for me

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    Where's the BAYONET brooo

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    Recently went with the Mirabella Genio from kmart and i'm very happy with them. They work great with tuya app and come in b22 fittings. Plus because it's from kmart if i have run into any issues, returns should be much easier.

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    LIFX !!!

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    2 packs are out of stock :( tried to buy 6.

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