|Item Model Number||KL130|
|Product Dimensions||6 x 6 x 12 cm; 140 Grams|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||6 x 6 x 12 centimetres|
|Item Weight||140 g|
|Date First Available||14 June 2020|
Kasa Smart Bulb by TP-link, WiFi Smart Switch, E27, 10W, No Hub Required, Works with Amazon Alexa (Echo and Echo Dot) and Google Home, Colour-Changeable (KL130)
|Price:||+ $9.27 Delivery|
- Compatibility - Works with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant for Voice Control
- No Hub Required - Works with any Wi-Fi router without the need for a separate hub
- Multicolour - With a wide range of colours and dimming capabilities, you can choose from multiple colours and set the mood to match any moment
- Remote Access - Control your lights from anywhere with your tablet or smartphone using the free Kasa app
- Scenes and Schedules - Set schedules to switch on and off automatically when you’re home or away. Combine your lights with other Kasa Smart devices in a Scene and control them with a single button.
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Control your lighting from anywhere with the Kasa Smart WiFi Bulb. The smart bulb installs as easily as a standard light bulb and connects to your home Wi-Fi in no time through the free Kasa app. Kasa also lets you manage your lights with your smartphone, including adjusting colour and brightness, setting schedules and scenes and tracking energy used. Colour changing hue with multiple colours and adjustable brightness, the KL130 offers even more lighting possibilities to suit your aesthetic, your environment and your mood for various occasions. Also compatible with E26 bulb case.For added convenience, you can use your voice to control the smart bulb when paired with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant.
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I now have four of these. Two is side lamps in the livingroom and the others are in pendant lights elsewhere. They’re in room groups setup within the Alexa app so I can walk into a room (there are echos in every room) and ask Alexa to ‘turn the lights on’ and on they come. If I’m in another room I can address the lights using the name of each bulb.
Not only do they look great and provide a really nice light, the brightness is perfect in every room. You can tune the brightness in 1% increments using either the app of Alexa to create the right light for any space. A simple on/off switch can be used to treat the bulb like a standard LED.
Using the Kesa app you can configure the bulb to come on at one of the four present brightness levels or last state when it is switched with either the app/Alexa or at the switch itself.
It’s a small thing but I love the way these lights turn on and off via the app/Alexa. When they come on the brightness increases to the desired level and when switched off they fade until off.
Control via the app/Alexa is very quick. Instant in most cases. An active internet connection is required for control via Alexa due to the way Alexa works but I have still had local control via the app when our internet connection has gone down.
These are quite neat and compact bulbs. No bells and whistles, just plain warm white lights, and that keeps the price down. They are made by TP-Link so they should be around for a while and have decent support.
Setting them up could be a bit easier - you have to connect your phone to their private WiFi with the Kasa app, which reads your WiFi details to configure the bulbs and connect them to your regular WiFi network.
They work fine with Alexa too, but I find the phone app a lot more convenient. The app is decent, and allows you to control the lights - power on and off, dim them etc. You can schedule on and off times, and have them fade on or off. I love this feature and use it as part of my wake up alarm in the mornings. You can also group lights together - to let you turn on all the upstairs lights as a single command for example. It works fine away from the home too, so you can control your lighting anywhere in the world if you have an internet connection.
I have had a few problems with bulbs apparently going off-line and being unresponsive to remote control, but that maybe my WiFi signal. They are easily reset by turning them off and on again, but it's a pain when it happens.
I'd give them 5 stars if they didn't go offline now and then, but overall I'm pleased with these bulbs.
The setup is quick and easy, and the Kasa app is pretty intuitive, with presets and the ability to manually control brightness and warmth on an easy to use scale.
It works pretty well with Google home/nest, being able to link it to the app and then control it through our Google smart speaker. The brightness is controllable through Google too, though I've not worked out a way to control the warmth yet - I don't know if that's a Kasa or Google limitation.
Our house is a mishmash of Edison and screw fittings, so having it come with both is great, though using the Edison attachment does make it hang rather low as it adds 2 inches or more (photo shows it with the attachment on). Not the end of the world, but worth being aware of.
Overall I'm happy, and ended up buying 2 more - one for our bedroom and another for the nursery which is doubling as my office during covid lockdown.
I love the products from Tapo I have two types of camera and about 8 plugs which have been on the whole push in power up follow the app and then Bob's your uncle they work. This however wants you to connect to the bulb then to your WiFi and then it should work. 1 why is so different and to their other products and 2 unlike their other products this does not work and won't connect to my system which is a real disappointment. I would go for a coloured Kasa bulb as at least that works