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VTAC Smart Bulbs E27 - 4 Pack $33.97 Delivered @ Costco Online (Membership Required)


Costco have a special on smart bulbs. I've never heard of this brand, but unless there are stories of exploding houses then most brands are so similar I don't care about the name.

From the product description…

Control the light with V-TAC Smart Light App. Offering multiple functions for colour changing, dimming, On/Off, schedule, timer and many more. Wi-Fi 2.4GHz compatible, no Hub or bridge required.

This product features:
RGB + 2700K-6500K colour temperatures
4 bulbs + 1 instruction manual
10W A60 LED smart(Wi-Fi) bulb designed with Samsung LED Chip
Compatible with Amazon Alexa and Google Home
10 Watts equivalence 60 Watts
806 Lumens
200° beam angle
E27 base
A60 shape
CRI >80
Input voltage AC:220-240V,50Hz
Life Span 25000 Hours
Wi-Fi 2.4Ghz
Dimmable by App and voice control only

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    If any one bought it, can you please verify if it is Tuya compatible? Seems it should

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      Yes, Tuya compatible. I have a dozen of these in my house.


        Good, I may pick up some in the weekend and do tuya local for my home assistant. Much cheaper than hue


        How stable is it? I have 3 Mirabella and tbh in less than 9 months I have had to reset them 4 times to add them back. On the other hand I have never had to reset my Yeelight after 2.5 years, they are much more stable. My WiFi network is very capable with RT-AX88U + RT-AC68U covering the whole property so it's not on the routers.


          I have had to reset my Yeelights a bunch of times over the years and have just shifted on from them to entirely these as I was sick of them playing up. I have only had these a few weeks but no issues so far (Also with an AC68U). My father has had 8 of these at home for about 6 months, and whilst he barely uses the smart functionality, he also hasn't had to do any resets.


          I've had them since December and have not needed to reset them. They work well with Tuya but not smartthings.


      is there any extra benefits to this ? the normal VTAC apps looks similar


        The VTAC App sucks and does not work most of the times or stable.


          I have actually been using the VTAC app with all of my Tuya devices (just what I had installed first) and have found it to be extremely stable, no crashes so far (a lot more so than the Google Home app and its constant crashing, or the Yeelight app and its constant crashing.)