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Qube – World’s Most Affordable Wi-Fi Enabled, Multi-Color LED Smart Bulb For Your Home

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[Update 09/15] It seems that there are lots of delivery issues and complaints according to our users with therefore we are lowering our rating for this product. Wouldn’t it be great to wake up to a cool blue light during a sunny morning and come home to a warm sunset lighting mood in the evening? With Qube™ smart light bulbs, you can do just that. The new Qube, a 24/7 connected Smart Bulb with built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE), ensures maximum ease, affordability and functionality – right in your home. Qube is helping make the transition to smart home lighting affordable for everyone. Say goodbye to the cost prohibitive nature of a typical smart bulb, which can cost upwards of $50 – and welcome Qube – a stronger, more comprehensive and affordable lighting solution priced at just $19. The bulbs connect your smart home to your mobile devices and Bluetooth-emitting wearables – all without a hub – to create countless lighting automations that can be controlled with the tap of a finger. Available for pre-order on Indiegogo – Qube comes complete with 16 million colors.

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Discovered on Nov 23, 2015, 4:01 pm EST
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