Lightbulb reinvented. Control your lights with your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Android phone or tablet. easybulb RGB is dimmable, colour changeable and has sequence modes. No extra wiring installation. Simple and convenient. With LED technology the power consumption is 20% of the traditional incandescent lamp. The lifespan of LED bulbs is over 10 times longer than that of fluorescent lamps.
What Do I Get
2 x 6W RGBW Colour Changing LED Light Bulb
1 x Wifi Box
Downloadable App from Apple Store and Google Play Store
2 Years Warranty
Change the colours of your lights using your smartphone
All colours including white light
16 Million Colours
iPhone and Android App
Control lights away from home and any location around the globe
Control individual lights or in a Group much easily
Set timer for each light to turn on and off
Dim your lights to match your mood
WPA2 Security, given a user sole authorization to the lights
Has memory function to resume previous settings
And Many More…
Change The Way You Light Your Home
Change the way you light your home
All colours including proper warm white light
Individual bulb contol with App or Remote
Save money on electricity bill
Lasts up to 25 years - rated 50,000 hours
Can be used in every country supports 86 Volts -264 Volts
Easy to Install
No need for electricians
As simple as removing your old bulb and installing Easybulb
B22, E27 and E26 available. Also can be used with adapters
Can be used commercially
Easybulb can be used in offices and most businesses
Used by photographers
Schools and Education
Used in making Signages
Factories and companies
And many more...
Easybulb App on Your Device
Easy to download app
Donwload from Google Play Store
Download from Apple App Store
Use with iPad, iPhones and iPod Touch
Works on all Android phones and tablets
Colour changing LED Lights
Controllable with iPhone, iPads, iPod Touch, Android phones and tablets
Brightness adjusting: 100%-1%
Remote distance(2.4G): at least 20 meters, with penetrating power.
Stylish design, easy operation
Energy-saving, environment-friendly, recyclable. Accordance with FCC, CE and ROHS
These bulbs are very cool easy to get working an the app is very cool ;)Unknown
19th Jan 2015
Fun but needs instructions in the box
I set this up on my phone and it works fine. I had difficulty at first because I screwed the bulb in too tightly; it would be helpful to advise people of this.barb
13th Jan 2015
Cost Effective, Fun & a step in the right direction
This is a great starter kit if you haven't used Easybulb before.
Fairly easy to setup and once you are up and running the bulbs are fantastic, 255 colours to choose from and a white setting. Definitely a good buy - I will likely purchase more in the future.
Two criticisms of the bulbs.
1. The white setting is very cold and blueish, the bulbs don't simulate normal white bulbs very well. So If you are buying these for use as normal coloured bulbs I would suggest purchasing the white easybulbs not RGB.
2. The bulbs aren't overly bright. I need quite bright 12watt white bulbs in my house, these bulbs aren't any where near as bright as those. They are perfect in a darkened room like a cinema but I wouldn't use them through the day.
Other than the above - well worth a look! Mark-Ross Smith
17th Jun 2013
Fun & Cheap to run
I bought a number of RGB lights for all around the house. To set them up on their own network was very easy with the supplied instructions. The APP (iPhone) has a tiny mistake on the IP address it uses but it's correct on the instructions and easy to change even if not obvious to spot!)
I did have a few issues connecting to my own network as my router doesn't support the recommended IP range (despite the instructions saying it must be one thing, you can change it)
I had hoped for a better white light from the RGB but I guess that's why they make two versions!
The lights themselves are well made and look good even without a shade. I would suggest they are better as lamps than as main room lights as the colours are too "odd" for normal use.
Overall a great product and I'll be ordering more to replace normal bulbs as they fail. The instructions could be improved a little to get an extra (half?) star - perhaps less jargon and maybe a list of common router settings?