Geek Daily Deals May 25 2020: Smart Light Bulb for $15

Make your home a little more intelligent with this Kasa smart light bulb for $15 today!

Kasa Smart Light Bulb, LED Smart WiFi Alexa Bulbs works with Alexa and Google Home,A19 Dimmable,2.4Ghz,No Hub Required, 800LM Soft White(2700K), 10W(60W Equivalent)(KL110) :

  • Dimmable Kasa Smart’s dimmable light bulb has a dimming range from 1 percent to 100 percent; Set the right brightness for any mood or activity; Turn your bulb to full brightness to get your Kids up in the morning or dim it enough for them to fall asleep at night
  • No Hub Required: The Kasa Smart Wi Fi Light Bulb, Dimmable connects to your home’s secure Wi Fi network; No need for a hub or extra equipment; All you need is your smartphone, the Kasa Smart app and a Wi Fi connection to start controlling your bulb from anywhere
  • Control From Anywhere: Control your smart light bulb from anywhere with your smartphone using the Kasa smart app (iOS, Android); Smoothly dim the brightness of your light bulb from anywhere with the app
  • Voice Control: Use simple voice commands to control your Kasa smart dimmable light bulb with any Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant or Microsoft Cortana; Just tell your voice assistant to dim your lights and set the perfect mood for movie night
  • Note: Requires a secured 2.4 Giga Hertz Wi-Fi network connection. Typical Lumen Output – 800lm

 

 

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This post was last modified on May 26, 2020 10:23 am

Ken Denmead: Ken is a husband and father from the San Francisco Bay Area, where he works as civil engineer. He became the Publisher of GeekDad in 2007, and the owner in 2010. He also wrote the NYT bestselling GeekDad series of project books for parents and kids to share.
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