|Productafmetingen||6 x 6 x 10.5 cm; 147 gram|
|Accessoires/onderdelen||1 x LIFX Mini Day & Dusk B22|
LIFX Mini B22 Slimme Wi-Fi-Ledlamp [Energieklasse A+]
|Prijzen zijn inclusief btw.|
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|Stijl||B22 - Day & Dusk|
|Wattage van lichtbron||9 Watt|
|Afmetingen van item (L x B x H)||6 x 6 x 10.5 centimeter|
Over dit item
- Eenvoudige installatie, compact, ongecompliceerd design; geïntegreerde Wi-Fi- en LIFX-cloud-verbinding
- Instelbare dimmerbediening
- Dag- en schemerlicht passen zich aan je ritme aan, 800 lumen
- 22,8 jaar levensduur bij een dagelijks gebruik van 3 uur, verbruikt slechts 9 watt
- Intuïtieve app voor iOS, Android en Windows 10, compatibel met Alexa, Apple HomeKit, Google Assistant, Nest, Samsung SmartThings, IFTTT, Flic, Scout en andere
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De compacte Lix Mini Day & Dusk levert een door de zon geïnspireerd lichtspectrum en beschikt over een eenvoudige, met één klik te bedienen, automatische bediening voor natuurlijk licht dat zich gedurende de dag aanpast. Je verlichting verandert zacht via een sequentie, die is ontworpen ter aanvulling op je lifestyle. Ongeacht of je een enkele lamp inschakelt of een hele huis wilt dimmen, elke lamp beschikt over geïntegreerde draadloze technologie voor naadloze en probleemloze verbindingen met de belangrijkste Smart-Home-platforms en -apparaten
1 x Lifx; 1 x handleiding (mogelijk niet beschikbaar in het Nederlands)
Beste recensie uit Nederland
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Ik ben trouwens helemaal dol op gadgets en deze zijn voor mijn plezier heel erg goedkoop.
Beste recensies uit andere landen
It is worth noting though (and this point has been made by another reviewer) that if you have other lights from Lifx as in the A19 1100 lumen multicolour lights (I have three now) then these do not do 3200k which in my view is a good middle point between warm and cold. I can only hope that this is a software fixable issue as matching these to my other Lifx coloured lights is not possible at that setting. It's not a massive issue for me but for some, that want to use the Day/Dusk feature with mixed lights will notice the jump between 3000k and 3500k.
One of my favourite things is the scheduling. I have a schedule set for my girlfriend where the light on her side of the bed comes on at its warmest setting the same time as her second 'Alarm Snooze Button press" at the dimmest level and then proceeds to dim up to 30% (all user definable) over 15mins. This is not too bright to ruin my morning and it helps her see when she gets out of bed. If you're are clever you can set a few consecutive schedules to change the colour from super warm to a more morning colour temperate. Something I would like to see implemented in to future version of the Lifx app's scheduling options (Start colour ---> End Colour).
All in all, a great little light that not only offers similar brightness to a standard filament 60watt, but uses a fraction of the energy and offers a better than expected kelvin range. The scheduling alone is kind of worth it.
I bought two of these a couple of weeks ago for £24.99 which I think is a little expensive compared to other options. The fact that they are now selling them for a penny under £30 means I would personally more seriously consider other options if you are just getting in to smart lights. That said, I don't think you can go too far wrong with these but for them to be more expensive than Philips hue bulbs of the same type seems odd planning. Their A19 bulbs is a different animal as it's brighter with better colours than Philips last efforts but i'm not sure this one sticks it's head up high enough for that extra hike in cost.
I did have some connection issues on my android phone, I found it really fiddly and it took ages to connect which was frustrating. I read a comment that it was easier on iOS and it is! I have an iPhone for work so I downloaded the app and used that to connect the lights and it was instant and really easy to do. When I went back into the app on my android it asked if I wanted to add new lights from the cloud and once done they were all connected.
I haven't had any connection issues, they've all stayed online and I can use them remotely (which does work as I can see from my home cameras).
You won't regret getting these!
Cons: The one I have goes non-responsive every few days and has to be switched off an on at the wall to reset it. Not the end of the world, but annoying when you're tucked up in bed and trying to control it. The dimming seems to be linked to power rather than light output, and so there's little discernible difference in brightness between 100% and 90%, but a huge difference between 1% and 10%. I would prefer the 100% scale to give more flexibility at lower brightnesses, especially since it is a little too bright for a nightlight when set to 1% brightness.
Additional: I bought a second one of these slightly cheaper, as an Amazon return. It arrived in as new condition, but it had to be reset into pairing mode again (presumably because the previous owner had paired it to their Wi-Fi.) This isn't tricky: just turn the wall switch off and on, slowly, 5 times, and the bulb will go into setup mode so that it can be discovered by the LIFX app. But I did have to Google to discover this, so maybe adding this here will save someone else the trouble.
I was a little concerned that this bulb would not be bright enough to light up my sitting room, which is about 10 x 12', but it is more than bright enough. Even with the winter weather and dark skies I haven't had it on a hundred percent brightness. From reading reviews I expected it would take some time to set up but I set it up in minutes for Alexa. Minutes later I had it connected to my iPhone home kit.
I now have an Alexa routine for bedtime that switches everything off in my sitting room. I have MS so I don't always feel like getting up to switch the light on or off. Now I can just ask Siri - thanks to the iPhone integration. And on top of that I can set the brightness according to the brightness outside.
I haven't had any issues with connection that are to do with the bulb itself. The first issue I had was that my voice commands stopped working but that was because my husband had switched the light off at the wall!! The socket that the bulb is in has always been a bit loose so I lost connection one day because of that. The bulb itself is very stable and responsive.
I am using a smart plug to control my bedroom lamp but I will definitely get another of these bulbs for that lamp. I will find another use for the plug I'm sure. I wondered whether I should have bought the day to dusk version but I certainly don't need it for my sitting room but might consider it for my bedroom lamp.
They are the brightest and most vibrant smart lights available to my knowledge. But they are also the poorest in terms of connection reliability. If you don't mind wasting your life with a device that's supposed to make your life easier, not harder, then buy them. I've spent less time walking to a light switch in the previous 26 years of my life combined than I did troubleshooting these in the 6 months of owning them.
Also, don't trust the justification of some people saying the router is responsible for the drop in connection. It isn't. I'm a software developer. My router is fine. Even if it weren't fine, a bulb is a wi-fi device. Any wi-fi device should have the capability of reconnecting even if it loses connection without requiring you to factory reset it and reconnect them by fiddling for 60 minutes with a broken app that's rated 2.8 on the app store. I don't think I'm technically challenged, at least I hope not because my future in this career would be bleak otherwise.
If you so much as dare to change a setting on your router that needs a restart, or god forbid have a router from your ISP instead of a £400+ personal router, then these bulbs will lose connection because and you will need to factory reset them and spend 60 minutes fiddling with their broken app trying to connect them.
The £9 TP-LINK bulbs have less features, worse colors and worse brightness, but they are 4 times cheaper and have no connection issues whatsoever. They are also wi-fi and I am using them with the same router that people who know nothing about networking or wi-fi told me could be the problem. Yet the TP-LINK bulbs are faultless. No disconnects unless I purposely restart the router. And when I do, they re-connect faster than my phone. They're just not as bright or colorful as LIFX. But I'm willing to make that sacrifice after the experience I've had.
Do yourself a favor. If this review doesn't discourage you, at least buy only 1 LIFX bulb and try using it for at least a few months before you commit to an entire ecosystem. You'll thank me later.