Smart lights for your home on Amazon India

By Rishabh | Published 19 Feb 2021 19:08 IST
Smart lights for your home on Amazon India
Smart lights for your home on Amazon India

Smart lights are the way to go if you want to invest in smart home technology. Smart lights help you in a number of ways, apart from just being fancy and catchy. For one, you can remotely turn them on and off, making them good for use as a night light or something similar. In fact, smart lights can be shaken up to show a range of colours; you can make the most of lighting to lift your spirits. Smart lights are also cost-effective, and if you’re looking for something that changes the look of your home, then a smart light is the way to go. With several of these around your place, you can customise the look of your home. So, check out these smart lights for your home available on Amazon.

Halonix Prime Prizm

The Halonix Prime Prizm looks just like a normal LED bulb and as with all other bulls on the list, packs a bunch of features. This 12W Wi-Fi-enabled bulb can be paired with your smartphone to control the shades, brightness, and colour of the light. It also has the function to synchronise with time which allows you to set the colour and time when to light up. The light can also be controlled via virtual assistants such as Google Assistant and Alexa. All this at a very reasonable price.

Philips Smart Wi-Fi LED Bulb

Here is a 9-watt smart LED bulb from Philips, the illumination of which can be set to one of 16 million colours. You can control a range of settings using the Wiz App on your smartphone. Some configurable settings include the light temperature, brightness, colours, switching it on and off and even setting up timers around your schedule for automatic lights. Even the whole setup procedure is quite nifty and quick, meaning that once you take them out of the box, you just have to plug them into a socket to get it working. Having several of these lights is ideal as you can tune the lights in your home to your liking.

Syska B-22 Smart LED Bulb

The Syska Smart LED bulb is a 12W bulb with a standard B-22 socket. The bulb can be controlled via the Syska Smart Home app as well as virtual assistants. You can choose from 16 million shades in the app and set the colour as per your choice. It also has a smart scheduler that can turn the light on and off automatically. 

Wipro Next 20W Smart LED Batten

The Wipro Next 20W is a powerful light batten that throws out 1800-Lumen of brightness in its brightest state. This smart batten can be paired with your smartphone or your favourite smart assistant to control the lights, including brightness. If you have two or more lights, you can pair them up and sync them. You can also create scenes and routines with the light.

Helea 9W Wi-Fi Smart Bulb

This 9-watt smart bulb from Helea is ideal for small and medium-sized rooms. The light gets bright enough for a room of such a size. The most convenient aspect of this smart light is that you can connect it to your Google Home Assistant or Amazon Alexa device, following which you can just tell the assistant what kind of lights you want in your room. If you have more than one of the same, you can even set up a network and have each of them work in sync or separately. The bulb has a colour range of 16 million colours, meaning you’re never going to get bored of the look around your house.

Syska Wi-Fi Enabled Smart LED Bulb

Here is a budget-friendly smart light for your home. It comes at a very affordable price and offers you the full Wi-Fi functionality of a Smart LED bulb. It comes with functionality for support with Amazon Alexa and Google Home Assistant, which adds another way to control the lights, apart from just using your phone. Other features such as a timer, a brightness adjuster and more add to the overall functionality and convenience of the smart LED bulb. Using the lights’ various features, you can completely change your house’s look and feel at the touch of a button. 

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