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Meross Smart Light Bulb: WiFi-enabled LED Bulb Works with Apple HomeKit, Siri, Alexa, Google Assistant, and SmartThings, Dimmable E26 Bulb with Multicolor 2700K-6500K RGBWW, 900…

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  • Voice control compatibility with Apple HomeKit, Siri, Alexa, Google Assistant
  • Remote control via Apple Home app or Meross app with 2.4GHz Wi-Fi network
  • Upgraded version offers 900LM warm white light, improved Wi-Fi signal, and vibrant colors
  • Color changing capabilities with dimmable LED bulbs ranging from warm to cool white and RGB colors
  • Energy-saving features with schedules/timers and low energy consumption (9W equivalent to 60W)
  • User-friendly for Android users with OS 6.0 or higher
  • Product specifications include LED light type, energy efficiency, voice control, and various smart integrations
  • Pack includes 4 bulbs with multicolor light, 900 Lumens brightness, and a 22.8-year average life

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Meross Smart Light Bulb: WiFi-enabled LED Bulb Works with Apple HomeKit, Siri, Alexa, Google Assistant, and SmartThings, Dimmable E26 Bulb with Multicolor 2700K-6500K RGBWW, 900…
Meross Smart Light Bulb: WiFi-enabled LED Bulb Works with Apple HomeKit, Siri, Alexa, Google Assistant, and SmartThings, Dimmable E26 Bulb with Multicolor 2700K-6500K RGBWW, 900…

Original price was: $19.99.Current price is: $11.30.

Description

The Meross Smart Light Bulb is a versatile and energy-efficient lighting solution that seamlessly integrates with your smart home ecosystem. With compatibility with Apple HomeKit, Siri, Alexa, Google Assistant, and SmartThings, this smart LED bulb offers convenient control options to enhance your lighting experience.

Key Features:

  • Voice Control: Easily control the smart bulbs with voice commands using Siri, Alexa, or Google Assistant. Set the mood or adjust brightness effortlessly.
  • App Remote Control: Manage your lighting remotely via the Apple Home app with a stable 2.4GHz Wi-Fi connection. No hub is required for seamless control.
  • Color Changing Capabilities: Personalize your lighting with a wide range of color options, from warm/cool white (2700K-6500K) to vibrant RGB colors.
  • Schedules and Energy Saving: Set schedules to automate your lighting based on your routine and save on energy costs. With only 9W of energy consumption, it offers efficiency equivalent to a 60W incandescent bulb.
  • User-Friendly for Android Users: Android users can easily configure the Meross smart bulb with the dedicated app for a seamless experience.

Product Specifications:

  • Brand: Meross
  • Light Type: LED
  • Special Features: Energy Efficient, RGBWW, Voice Control, Dimmable, and more
  • Wattage: 9 watts
  • Color Temperature: 2700K-6500K
  • Lumens: 900

Enhance your home lighting with the Meross Smart Light Bulb, offering a spectrum of colors, energy efficiency, and seamless integration with your favorite smart assistants. Upgrade your lighting experience today!

Additional information

Specification: Meross Smart Light Bulb: WiFi-enabled LED Bulb Works with Apple HomeKit, Siri, Alexa, Google Assistant, and SmartThings, Dimmable E26 Bulb with Multicolor 2700K-6500K RGBWW, 900…

Brand

‎meross

Light Type

‎LED

Special Feature

‎Energy Efficient, App Control, RGBWW, Works with Google Assistant, Works with Apple HomeKit, Works with Amazon Alexa, No Hub Required, Works with SmartThings, Dimmable, WiFi Enabled, Schedule, Sunrise Sunset, Voice Control, Color Changing

Wattage

‎9 Watts

Bulb Shape Size

‎A19

Bulb Base

‎E26

Incandescent Equivalent Wattage

‎60 Watts

Specific Uses For Product

‎Decoration

Light Color

‎Multicolor

Voltage

‎125 Volts

Unit Count

‎4 Count

Color Temperature

‎6500 Kelvin

Number of Items

‎4

Brightness

‎810 Lumen

Shape

‎Globe(G)

Material

‎Aluminum, Plastic

Connectivity Technology

‎Wi-Fi

IndoorOutdoor Usage

‎Indoor

Controller Type

‎Apple HomeKit, Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, SmartThings

Theme

‎Decorations

Included Components

‎Manual

Power Source

‎Corded Electric

Connectivity Protocol

‎Wi-Fi

Power Consumption

‎9 Watts

Item Package Quantity

‎4

Light Source Type

‎LED

Specification Met

‎UL, FCC

Item Weight

‎8.8 ounces

Light Source Wattage

‎9 Watts

Product Dimensions

‎2.36"W x 4.33"H

Accepted voltage frequency

‎100 to 120 Volts and 60 Hertz

Control Method

‎App, Voice

Average Life

‎22.8 Years

White Brightness

‎900 Lumens

Is Electric

‎Yes

Manufacturer

‎meross

Part Number

‎MSL120HK

Style

‎4 Pack

Color

‎Multicolor

Special Features

‎Energy Efficient, App Control, RGBWW, Works with Google Assistant, Works with Apple HomeKit, Works with Amazon Alexa, No Hub Required, Works with SmartThings, Dimmable, WiFi Enabled, Schedule, Sunrise Sunset, Voice Control, Color Changing

Batteries Included

‎No

Batteries Required

‎No

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Price History

Price history for Monster LED Smart Wi-Fi Multi-Color and Warm-White LED Light Bulb, Indoor 60W, E26, A19, 1-Pack
Latest updates:
  • $11.30 - May 30, 2024
  • $11.06 - April 26, 2024
Since: April 26, 2024
  • Highest Price: $11.30 - May 30, 2024
  • Lowest Price: $11.06 - April 26, 2024

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Reviews (8)

8 reviews for Meross Smart Light Bulb: WiFi-enabled LED Bulb Works with Apple HomeKit, Siri, Alexa, Google Assistant, and SmartThings, Dimmable E26 Bulb with Multicolor 2700K-6500K RGBWW, 900…

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  1. Doug B

    I have been growing my HomeKit setup over the last couple of years adding devices of interest as they became available. I have incorporated a number of smart devices into my setup which included control of lights throughout the house. The lights are controlled by HomeKit plugs (also Meross) and wall light switches, however, all were on/off with no dimming or color control. I had not taken the plunge for a smart light bulb until Meross introduced their version as I had a previous positive experience with the Meross devices for both their functionality, consistency of operation and cost effectiveness.

    The Meross Smart WiFi LED Bulb, as I have found with other Meross HomeKit devices, is easy to setup. Just open the Home app on your iPhone or iPad, select add an accessory, and scan the code on the light bulb with your camera (reference first picture). The Home app does the rest of the work and adds the Smart Bulb to HomeKit. With iOS14, suggestions are provided for scenes that the Smart Bulb can be added to or you can select your own.

    Once the Smart Bulb has been added to HomeKit you can control on/off, brightness, color/saturation for the bulb. A full range of colors/saturation can be selected for the bulb from HomeKit. The colors can be used for mood lighting (white, warm, colored) according to your current activity in a room. It could also be used as a warning. For example, your smoke detector detects smoke and the light bulb is turned on with a red color as a warning. Motion detection at your smart doorbell could turn the light on in a blue color for 1 minute. Only your imagination is the limit.

    TIP – It if recommended to you also download the Meross App from the App Store and add the Smart Bulb to this app. Currently, HomeKit does not handle firmware updates through the Home App. This needs to be done through the Meross App.

    I have become a big fan of Meross HomeKit products and can fully recommend the Smart WiFi Bulb.

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  2. Doug B

    SETUP:
    I use Apple Homekit for most of our smart devices. Within Homekit, setup was relatively easy, once I worked past a limitation of my router. We have a Google Wifi mesh router and there is no way to “switch off” the 5.0 gHz radio. The Meross devices, including this bulb, will only attach to a 2.4 gHz network. Many routers, you can go in and switch the 5gig system off, and this would allow setup to be a breeze. For me, I have to unplug all of my Google points (pucks) except for the main one, get as far away from the main router as possible and refresh the wifi signal on my phone until my phone attaches itself to the 2.4gig network. 5gHz wifi does not pass through walls or other objects as well as 2.4 does so the further you get from the router, the better chance of attaching to the 2.4gig signal. Once I did that, the bulb appeared as a new device in my Apple Home app. I then plugged in the 8-digit code and the bulb was added to my “Home.” After this was done, I added the bulb to my Meross app as well. This way you can do any firmware upgrades and such. Apple Home app does not let you do any of this.

    THE LOOK:
    My first reaction to full brightness was slight disappointment. I have the bulb in a table lamp and wish it was a bit brighter for reading and such. That said, for many applications, I think the brightness would be sufficient. The bulb seems to have limitless color options. The Home app and the Meross app give you two different scales in order to adjust the color labeled “Color” and “Temperature.” If you know about lighting, this is kind of weird because ALL color has a temperature. However with this bulb, the “color” setting gives you access to a color palette of what I call “party lights.” Reds, blues, green, etc. The “Temperature” setting basically allows you to setup the bulb between the colors often labeled as “daylight” or “soft white” if you are trying to match this bulb to existing light in the room. I was able to get it to match the bluish daylight coming through the window in the 5000k range as well as the more orange temperature, 3000k-3500k of some conventional light bulbs in the room. I just kind of wish these 2 setting were combined into 1. I think it would be easier to setup.

    USE:
    The bulb responds to the Home and Meross apps well, although I think the Meross app allows for faster, more consistent adjustment. The Home app seems a little more sluggish when making changes. It doesn’t always update the graphics when the bulb changes. For instance, if the light is colored white, sometimes the graphic shows it to be red. I suspect this is just how Homekit works and might work better with firmware updates in the bulb. I feel like Homekit is more for making specific programs, or “scenes” of multiple connected devices and automating them rather than making real-time changes to your devices. The Meross app is very snappy when making real-time adjustments. You can also use the Meross app to create “scenes” and “routines” (their terminology for automations) although I didn’t test any of this since I use Homekit.

    As I said, I put this in a table lamp. After testing this bulb thoroughly, I removed the bulb and replaced the standard soft white LED bulb that was originally in the lamp. It is a 3-way bulb that gets far brighter. The Meross bulbs works well, but not in this location.

    My only true “deal breaker” with this bulb is if you turn the lamp off at the switch, it comes back on in the last known state. For instance, if the light is set for a red color at 50% brightness, that is how it will come on if the lamp is turned off conventionally at the switch. This may be fine for some, but for me I do not want to have to go find my phone to turn the light on and off all the time. If I have the light very low while watching TV, turn it off at the switch to go to bed, and my wife turns it on the next night, I want it to come on full bright immediately so it is usable right away. For many, this is likely not a big deal, but in our home it is. We have a 4-bulb lamp in our home office (different brand of bulbs) where my wife has the 4 bulbs facing different directions and has them programmed differently for different times of the day (i.e. sunrise, full sun, dusk, clouds, etc.) to reduce reflections on her computer monitors. When leaving the office for the evening, she simply shuts off the wall switch. In the morning, she can just turn on the switch and all 4 lights come on full and she can adjust from there. I would really like to see this functionality in a smart bulb that is to be used for primary lighting. I think this would be a good bulb to use as an “accent” light somewhere, or in a kid’s room, or as a novelty but I really don’t have any practical use for it as a primary light source.

    PROS:
    Easy setup (unless you have a Google mesh router)
    Infinite color options
    Inexpensive
    Apple Homekit compatible
    Meross app easy to use

    CONS:
    Wakes up in last known state if power switch is turned off
    Bulb could be brighter
    Wish the “color” and “temperature” tabs were combined into one in the apps
    Apple Home app is a bit sluggish when controlling the bulb (may be Homekit issue, not necessarily a Meross issue)

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  3. tvguy

    no issues. have purchased multiple of these lights over the past few years. always work well. great for Homekit smart homes.

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  4. Z. Daniel Barnett

    Meross smart bulbs have been my go-to for about six years, now. The pairing process is very straightforward, they work seamlessly with Google Home and you can’t beat the price.

    My home continues to get smarter all the time, thanks to the one-two-dozen bulbs I have installed in lamps and ceiling fixtures from basement to attic. I have recommended these bulbs to family and friends to their satisfaction, too.

    I hope Meross continues to produce these bulbs at this price point, because I will always buy them, if given the chance!

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  5. Oscar David

    Muy fácil De instalar, aunque… uno de los 4 focos, traía impreso otro código que no correspondía, escribí a servicio a cliente de Meross y me mandaron otros códigos, funcionó sin problema! Me mandaron la etiqueta nueva!

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  6. Garret D.

    These lights are buggy and often have problems responding to various app.

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  7. Sergio M.

    Wow! As someone who has bought-in to the entire Apple infrastructure, I gotta say… These are the very best smart bulbs to integrate seamlessly into that structure. And I have to admit, they are even better than those original smart bulbs by PH which first aligned with Apple.

    Unfortunately, I had fallen hard for those PH bulbs a few years back. They were not only hyper-expensive and very complicated to set up, but almost immediately I started having issues with that brand. Fully half of those PH bulbs I had bought no longer function properly at all now — constantly dropping out, flashing on and off randomly, flickering and refusing to remain off when powered off. And no amount of troubleshooting (I’m a techie) has corrected those issues. I will never return to the PH universe ever again — not now after discovering Meross products.

    The thing I truly appreciate the most with these Meross HomeKit enabled bulbs, aside from their amazingly low price compared to PH and their incredible friendliness with Apple, is the fact that their app is so intuitively simple, uncluttered and uncomplicated — yet very highly reliable and effective — pretty much mimicking Apple’s philosophy with that whole “KISS” acronym… Keep It Simple Stupid”.

    They have, indeed, kept it simple, by pure virtue of… 1) the extremely easy setup of any of their devices. I’m using over a dozen plugs and now multiple bulbs as well… 2) all of their devices are about as close to “plug-and-play” as it can get without actually being plug-and-play (at least not yet anyways)… 3) absolutely incredible connectivity strength and dependability with instantaneous responsiveness, but make sure you’re using only a 2.4g connection… 4) it’s total integration with both Apple HomeKit/Siri and Amazon Echo/Alexa (I use both throughout the house) is truly remarkable, so I can only assume Google and other integrations might be the same… 5) their discoverability and intercommunicative ability with so many other smart home apps, like Eve, for example, when using ifTTT automation correlating with home atmospheric conditions.

    In short, these bulbs are just outstanding. One thing I will leave you with, though, is this… Contrary to what Meross states in their user’s instructions, DO NOT set them up in the HomeKit app first. That process is actually quite buggy. Set them up in the Meross app first AND do a firmware update. It’s a far easier and much more do-able process. Then once that’s done, your HomeKit, once launched, will already populate itself with them automatically. But that’s just for their initial set up. All other settings and tweaks can be done easily with HomeKit after that.

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  8. tvguy

    Se conectan facil al iphone. Funcionan muy bien

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