Small gadgets make a big difference in our everyday lives. From voice assistants to app-controlled appliances, It’s easy to build a smart home in 2021. That includes installing wireless light bulbs and motion sensors, as made evident from this kit’s 4.1-star Amazon rating.
First up, the Shelly Duo bulbs. The dimmer slider lets you control each bulb’s brightness to set the mood. The Duos connect directly to your Wi-Fi network, so you can also control the lighting remotely. These bulbs are compatible with voice controls via iOS, Android, Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant (read: you don’t even have to stand up.)
Not only do these bulbs create ambiance in any room — from dimming the brightness as you lounge on the couch to creating mood lighting on your patio — but they’re also energy efficient. Shelly lets you set and forget custom daily schedules, including automatic on-and-off based on sunrise and sunset, so you don’t have to think twice about flipping the switch.
The smart motion sensor detects vibrations and movement under 200 milliseconds, and you can adjust between 128 different sensitivity levels to your liking. The sensor can trigger automatic responses such as turning on the lights as soon as it detects activity, perfect for when you have to stumble to the bathroom or kitchen in the dead of night. It may also make would-be home invaders think twice before stepping foot on your property. The motion sensor is compatible with Alexa, Home Assistant and SmartThings, as well as Mac and Windows devices.
Tech innovations are changing the way we do everything, from hanging out at home to . Get on board with these wireless light bulbs and a motion sensor to enjoy ambient lighting as well as extra safety. with code ANNUAL15, saving you 15 percent off the retail price.
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