easybulb RGB Manual Remote is used to control the easybulb RGB bulbs directly. Just one RGB manual remote can be used to control as many bulbs as possible. The remote used 2.4G technology to control the RGB bulbs seemlessly.
Change the colours of your lights
Over 255 colours to choose from
Match the colors of your light to the color of your room
more economic that philips hue, and much cheaper tooJames Page
2nd Jul 2014
The remote is what sets these bulbs apart
I bought this RGB bulb after an unsatisfactory experience with another cheaper brand. The difference was night and day.
This bulb has an attractive touch remote. The finish on the remote looks great and the touch ring allows you to easily roll from color to color. The quality of the remote is definitely what sets this aside from other Chinese brands.
-- The touch remote controls are of excellent finish and looks very stylish.
-- The touch ring allows you to easily roll from color to color, unlike cheaper bulbs which have push buttons and limited colors.
-- These use RF and can be used in enclosed fixtures or underneath lamp shades, making these bulbs far superior to ones based on IR remotes
-- Outstanding RF range on the remote. I can control all the bulbs in my condo from any room. marciot
2nd Jul 2013
Simple RGB remote
A simple small light remote to control RGB bulbs
I can select any color but the mode buttons allow multi combinations and variations (this takes some time to get use to)
Speed buttons allow for variable blinking speeds, but only if mode button is used to display more then one color( simple)
brighten/dim buttons work as they should.
Main draw back is this remote has no grouping ability like the white bub remote, thus requiring a separate remote per grouping.
As well it should have a button to return it to white modeTuicemen
10th May 2013
Easy to use and inexpensive
This is a compact and easy to use remote for the easybulb RGB lamps. It operates by touch and is very responsive. The range is good and should cover most domestic requirements.
The colour control is slightly overstated in some places. It does not allow any colour to be set but it allows a mix of any two of red, green and blue. Rex Beckett
16th Apr 2013