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LIFX Mini White A19 Wi-Fi Smart LED Bulb with Alexa, Siri, Microsoft Cortana and Google Assistant L3A19MW06E26

Overall rating 4.6 stars
4.6 from 20 reviews
LIFX
Specifications
Voice Assistant Built-in
No
Incandescent Wattage Equivalent
50 watts
Bulb Type
A19, E26
Light Output
650 lumens
Works With
Amazon Alexa, Apple HomeKit, Arlo, Cortana, Google Assistant, Nest, Siri, SmartThings
Indoor Or Outdoor Use
Indoor
Dimmable
Yes
Specifications
Voice Assistant Built-in:
No
Incandescent Wattage Equivalent:
50 watts
Bulb Type:
A19, E26
Light Output:
650 lumens
Works With:
Amazon Alexa, Apple HomeKit, Arlo, Cortana, Google Assistant, Nest, Siri, SmartThings
Indoor Or Outdoor Use:
Indoor
Dimmable:
Yes
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Reviews

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Overall rating 4.6 stars
20 reviews
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Overall rating 5 stars
December 13, 2019

Comment:

Very good item to use in and out side the house like the product

Overall rating 1 stars
December 18, 2019

Comment:

To begin with, I did not attempt to set this up with HomeKit, but instead exclusively used the app. Other reviewers have noted the sunrise/sunset feature can get messed up when using HomeKit to control the device, so I elected to stay exclusively with the devices own app.Unreliable Operation:On the very first day, the bulb lost communications with the app, and this has happened intermittently ever since. On occasion, it worked for up to several weeks at a time, but on average fails at least once or twice a month. Physically switching the bulb on and off will not restore communication. The ONLY solution is to restart my wifi router. This happens even when all my other WIFI devices (phone, tablet and computer) are working perfectly at the time. This bulb simply cannot maintain long term communication on its own. Having to restart the router every so often—and just for this device—is a pain.Unintuitive Controls and Operation:There are at least two ways to control the bulb. The first is manual operation with manual controls. The other is to set up a schedule simulating sunrise and/or sunset.Manual Operation— The manual screen features graphical controls for on/off, color temperature, and brightness. Both the on/off and color temperature controls are pretty obvious as to how they work; you simply push to select what you want. The brightness control however is not at all intuitive. It is a circle in the middle of the diagram with thermometer like gradations on it. However, there is no indication whatsoever this is actually a brightness control. There’s no plus, minus indicators of any kind. It doesn’t even look like a control. At first I was completely puzzled as to how one controlled the brightness. Finally after much frustration, I discovered one must swipe the circle from bottom to top (or vice versa) to control the brightness. The thermometer like markings are however confusing. Swiping up to increase brightness is intuitive enough, but that actually takes you down on the gradations…exactly the opposite of what one would suspect. The bottom most line is showing when the bulb is at maximum brightness! A standard, vertical slider with a percentage indicator would be FAR superior and immediately obvious how to use. The present “control” is not obvious at all.The “Day & Dusk” feature is what I bought this bulb for, but the setup is very frustrating and the operation very unintuitive. There are four times that can be set and adjusted: Wake Up, Day, Evening, and Night Light.Intuitively, one would expect “Wake Up” to be the time the bulb first turns on, and then “Day” the final brightness (and color temperature) you wish to ramp up to. Wrong. This device had me thoroughly confused for days. I finally had to run some experiments to determine just what it was doing.I discovered the bulb actually turns on about 28 minutes BEFORE your wakeup time. After the wake up time, the bulb continues to brighten until reaching the Day setting. However, these settings are artificially constrained. You CANNOT set the Wake Up and Day times closer than 30 minutes to each other. And since the bulb actually turns on 28 minutes earlier than your Wake time, it means it takes an entire hour for the bulb to go from its dimmest setting to full brightness. For me that’s far too long and not what I want. I would like it to light dimly just before my alarm goes off and ramp up to full brightness over about 15 minutes. That would help me gradually wake. An hour is just WAY too long. It is possible to have it take longer than an hour, but not shorter.So the fact this bulb lights nearly a half hour earlier than your first designated time is completely unexpected. Having your “sunrise” restricted to one hour might be OK for those interested in simulating reality, but it does not offer the kind of flexibility I expected…and personally require.The Day & Dusk controls are a nearly indecipherable nightmare. Nothing about it is intuitive. I had to play with it for days to get it figured out. You have to hunt and peck, try this and try that. A graph at the bottom of the screen is intended to show how the bulb ramps up and down over the day. That’s a good feature, but incomplete. It has no labeled timeline…just a shape displayed over ambiguous time.This company desperately needs to hire a professional GUI expert who can design controls that are intuitive and easy to understand. This is one of the worst designed apps I’ve seen in a while.One more issue:Like most LED bulbs, this bulb cannot ramp up its brightness from zero. Although the controls are calibrated down to 1%, that’s not really how it works. At it’s dimmest, the bulb pops on at about 5%. When I’m used to total darkness, that’s too bright and it can jar me first thing in the morning. Tungsten bulbs when coupled with a really good dimmer, can ramp smoothly up from zero…and back down to zero.Conclusion:The unintuitive controls coupled with unexpected behavior really turned me off. However, the poor reliability alone kills this product. It’s fortunate I tried just one. There’s no way I’d want to fill a house with these things. That would be a nightmare. Now I know why many manufacturer’s utilize a hardware “hub” to control their smart devices. Unlike the potential flakiness of a WIFI router, a hub is a dedicated hardware device with a built in transmitter dedicated to controlling its products. That’s definitely the way to go.

Overall rating 5 stars
December 20, 2019

Comment:

“Let there be light, Alexa!” it’s really that easy, right…”from the beginning.”. Now I can easily sit up in bed and read my bible. When I get too sleepy, I just say, “Alexa, turn off the bedroom light.” She promptly obeys.

How cool is that!

Overall rating 5 stars
December 27, 2019

Comment:

This is my 3rd LIFX bulb. I automate these with IFTTT, which allows a tremendous level of functionality.

Overall rating 4 stars
January 3, 2020

Comment:

These are ok, Hadith return 1, 1 won’t stay connected, others work fine

Overall rating 4 stars
January 5, 2020

Comment:

Works just as advertised. I use it for my desk lamp and is nice to use when I’m feeling too lazy to turn on my lamp with the switch.

Overall rating 5 stars
January 12, 2020

Comment:

Bought this light bulbs for a new property. They work exactly as described. You will need a home base (siri, google home, alexa) if you want to turn off/on while away from your wifi or set up automation. But just being on the wifi is nice too. Highly recommended.

Overall rating 5 stars
January 16, 2020

Comment:

I’ve tested most WiFi bulbs. These ones work the best. I’ve had them for at least 2 years now. Added the white to the mix just recently.

Overall rating 5 stars
January 21, 2020

Comment:

Great bulb work on siri. Fast responsive. ………

Overall rating 5 stars
February 15, 2020

Comment:

Great product for the money. Would highly recommend to friends and family

Description
Feel at home with the natural warm brightness of this 650-lumen LIFX Mini White smart light. Its E26 base and A19 bulb are compatible with most lamps and other lighting fixtures, and it's dimmable, so you can set the right mood. Control this 8W LIFX Mini White smart light by voice or via the mobile app.
Details
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Key Specs
Voice Assistant Built-in No
Incandescent Wattage Equivalent 50 watts
Bulb Type A19, E26
Light Output 650 lumens
Works With Amazon Alexa, Apple HomeKit, Arlo, Cortana, Google Assistant, Nest, Siri, SmartThings
Indoor Or Outdoor Use Indoor
Dimmable Yes
Bulb Wattage 8 watts
General
Brand LIFX
Model Number L3A19MW06E26
Product Name Mini White A19 Wi-Fi Smart LED Bulb with Alexa, Siri, Microsoft Cortana and Google Assistant
Color Category White
Color White
Lighting
Bulb Type A19, E26
Incandescent Wattage Equivalent 50 watts
Base Type Screw-in
Bulb Wattage 8 watts
Light Output 650 lumens
Color Temperature Soft white
Dimmable Yes
Beam Spread 250 degrees
Number Of Bulbs Included 1
Instant On No
Bulb Shape Flood
Compatibility
Voice Assistant Built-in No
Works With Amazon Alexa, Apple HomeKit, Arlo, Cortana, Google Assistant, Nest, Siri, SmartThings
App-Controlled Yes
Operating System Compatibility Android, Apple iOS, Windows
Screw-In Base Type Standard
Performance
Maximum Life Hours 200000 hours
Weather Resistant No
Indoor Or Outdoor Use Indoor
Certifications & Listings
ENERGY STAR Certified No
Certification Type None
Mercury Free Yes
UL Listed No
Power
Voltage 240 volts
Dimension
Product Length 2.36 inches
Product Height 4.13 inches
Product Weight 0.32 pounds
Product Width 2.36 inches
Warranty
Manufacturer's Warranty - Parts 2 Years
Manufacturer's Warranty - Labor 2 Years
Other
UPC 9347403001656
The LIFX company offers users to check out L3A19MW06E26. The features of L3A19MW06E26, in addition to their interesting design solution, make us pleased with their performance and functionality. Best solution for both house and office. Many customers already appreciated and left L3A19MW06E26 reviews available on our service. Price comparison, that is also offered by our service, helps profitably purchase LIFX L3A19MW06E26. Buy (LIFX L3A19MW06E26 or Mini White A19 Wi-Fi Smart LED Bulb with Alexa, Siri, Microsoft Cortana and Google Assistant) with benefits.
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