Eufy Lumos Smart LED Bulbs From Anker Only Cost $ 13 Currently on Amazon - BGR


Making your home "smart" does not necessarily have to break your piggy bank, but it certainly will, if you spend a lot of money on Philips Hue smart lighting. It's great, but there are much cheaper options. Take it Eufy Lumos Smart Bulb by Anker . These beautiful LED bulbs offer the same features as the Philips Hue smart bulbs and work even with Alexa and Google Assistant. However, they do not need a hub and are currently on sale at the price of 13 USD per piece.
• Attractive solutions that make your home a home away from home
• Intelligent technology and innovative design that simplifies your life
• Created by the same team as Anker - renowned for their exceptional quality and innovation

Illuminate By Voice
Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant compatibility mean that lighting your home boils down to saying "Alexa, turn on the living room lights." Or "Ok Google, turn on the lights in the living room. Lumos is the modern "light switch" activated by your voice.

Brilliance at your service
Whether you turn on the lights to wake up in the morning or time them to indicate that dinner is over, the lighting schedules brighten your life. . And when you're away, Away mode smartly lights the house to simulate internal activity.

Check one or the other
Set of two or more Lumos smart bulbs combined in the EufyHome app to control the brightness of multiple bulbs at a time. Only bulbs of the same model can be grouped together.

Sharing Is Caring
Eufy smart light bulbs are designed to brighten people's lives, so allowing other users to adjust lighting is as easy as accepting a request from another EufyHome account. . Revoke access at any time.

Worry-free warranty
At eufy, we believe in our products. That's why we guarantee them all with a 18 month warranty and user-friendly, easy-to-reach support.

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