Control lighting remotely with this Sengled extra-bright LED smart bulb. A maximum output of 1500 lumens brightens up any room, while integrated dimming capabilities let you adjust light levels precisely. This Sengled extra-bright LED smart bulb pairs easily with compatible hubs and lets you control lighting remotely via virtual assistants and the included app.
Turn lights on and off, dim and brighten, and more. Use the Sengled Home app (iOS/Android) when connected to a Sengled Smart Hub*.
LED bulb technology
Designed to provide longer, more energy-efficient illumination.
Compatible hub required
Pair the bulb directly to a compatible hub, like Sengled Smart Hub, and Alexa devices with built-in hubs.
Works with Alexa and Google Assistant devices for complete voice control. Connection to a compatible hub required.
1500 lumens (100W incandescent replacement) helps illuminate rooms that need a little more light.
* Dimming supported via Sengled Home app and compatible devices only.
Sengled Smart LED Extra Bright Soft White 100W A19 Bulb
Incandescent Wattage Equivalent
Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant
Voice Assistant Built-in
Indoor Or Outdoor Use
Smart A19 LED 100W Bulb Works with Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant & SmartThings
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Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Posted . Owned for less than 1 week when reviewed.
I live in an apartment where there is no ceiling wiring for lights, and getting the living room to be well lit was always a challenge although I have 4 floor lamps with Phillips Hue smart bulbs and have Hue all over the apartment as well, it wasn't enough or satisfying to have the perfect lighting that I wanted.
Then I found that Singled is the only smart LED bulbs that offer 1500 Luminous compared to all others including Phillips Hue that only offer up to 800 Luminous. I bought 2 of them and replaced 2 of the Hue's in the living room and my oh my!
for the first time in 3 years Iv'e had the perfect lighting in the room, in fact i had to dim it a little bit as it was so bright.
these A19 singled bulbs are truly well made and they are a true replacement for regular A19 100 watt bulbs, they offer a true bright white color and can be dimmed or color changed from warm to cool white.
they can also be voice activated, and they work with Alexa, Google home, and SmartThings. you will need the Singled Home Hub if you want to control them via Alexa or Google home.
The new Singled Home App is way better than the older version and offers higher response rate and lower delay time.
one important thing to note is that you can link up to 64 different Singled bulbs to a single Sengled Hub which is a great upside, and am thinking of replacing all Hue lights in my apartment with Singled bulbs to keep using one app around the house instead of switching between apps. Although I can simply keep both hubs connected and rename them or switch the living room only to be all Sengled powered.
Finally, these Sengled home bulbs DO NOT support manual dimmer, meaning if you have a dimmer switch that you want to use a Sengled bulb on, you need to keep the dimmer at the highest at all times and never use it to dimm the lights.
I was looking for a bright, Smartthings compatible daylight bulbs, and this is it. They paired with the hub right away, and works well. They come on at the last set level instantly rather than fade in like Hue lights do. I really like that. Instant on, Instant off. Just like the old days, except I don't have to walk across the room and hit a switch. I have a huge Hue ecosystem, and will be using these to replace it with.
For those that don't understand the hub, or are resistant to it, let me explain. Using Wi-Fi devices makes more RF noise and adds to the congestion of an already slow network. You use Wi-Fi bulbs, your neighbors use Wi-Fi bulbs, you get all these little devices adding to an already congested band.
Zigbee and Z Wave need a hub, but they don't add to the congestion of Wi-Fi. Yes Zigbee lives in the same frequency range, but you can adjust it so they don't operate in the same channels. Zigbee does not typically interfere with Wi-Fi even if they are on the same channel. It is tiny compared to Wi-Fi. Also, these devices act as repeaters to help further devices connect back to the hub.
My neighborhood has a lot of RF noise. I can see it all over the place when I do site surveys. Using a hub for my smart home, and moving everything off of 2.4GHz to 5GHz that I can has made a huge difference in the performance of my devices. Also, having a hub allows you to use many more sensors that can help automate your home.
Sounds weird but this is the perfect alarm! I pair it to turn on when my alarms goes off and it truly make waking up a totally different experience.
I use these lights with Alexa and having literally all of the controls be voice control is very useful! It’s makes everything simpler and easier!
I also use this light as my main source of light for my YouTube Videos! It’s just nice that you are able to control the brightness of this lightbulb
The analysis of all aggregated expert reviews shows that the reviewers are positive about design and price. Editors are less positive about usability. Using an algorithm based on product age, reviewers ratings history, popularity, product category expertise and other factors, this product gets an alaTest Expert Rating of 90/100 = Excellent quality.
CNETRating, 4.4 out of 54.4RY CRIST on June 11, 2018
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Tom's GuideRating, 4.4 out of 54.4Mike Prospero on October 12, 2017
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Sengled Smart Wi-Fi LED Multicolor ReviewIf you're looking to smarten up your home but don't know where to start, consider installing a Sengled Smart Wi-Fi LED. At $24.99, this affordable smart bulb can be installed in any standard E26 socket and connects directly to your home Wi-Fi
A:AnswerNo, this bulb requires a hub. If you think you will end up with an ecosystem of smart bulbs, go for the hub. No point in clogging your Wi-Fi with a bunch of lightbulbs. If you just want a dumb LED bulb go to a homestore and buy an LED bulb. Way cheaper. If you are just looking for one smart bulb, and don't want to automate your home, then and only then would a Wi-Fi bulb be recommended, and this one isn't it. There are several options out there.