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With updated motion detection smarts, these connected LEDs can tell when you enter the room even with a lampshade in the way.
These appealingly low-cost smart bulbs are too dependent on their in-app controls, and don't actually offer much by way of automation.
For basic automation, these Bluetooth bulbs will do the trick, but if you want your lights to work as part of a larger connected home setup, look elsewhere.
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There aren't many reasons to pick this bulb over its competitors.
This bulb performed well, but it's an ugly design and a poor value at this point. Consider waiting to see if prices come down before buying in.
This is one of the better buys in the candelabra LED class, but at $10 each, the value is questionable.
This isn't a bad bulb, but at $9 each, the "Great Value" label is questionable.
The unique "Warm Glow" approach to dimming isn't enough to justify switching over to this otherwise mediocre candelabra bulb.
If you like the look of this light and you don't need it to dim, then it might be worth a try. That said, the smarter play is probably to wait it out with halogens or fluorescents until these kinds of candelabra LEDs get better and more affordable.
At just over three bucks per bulb, and with no significant weakness aside from the lack of dimmability, this candelabra LED is a legitimate value pick.