E26 2 Pack Smart LED Light Bulb, Alexa Light Bulbs WiFi Dimmable Work with Google Home/Smart Life APP, Avatar Controls RGBCW Color Changing Lights, No Hub Required (800LM A19 8W=70W Equivalent)

Special FeatureAvatarControls/Smart Life app, Dimmable, 3000-6200K+RGBW Adjustable light, Voice control, Colorful, 800 lumens brightness, Remote controlAvatarControls/Smart Life app, Dimmable, 3000-6200K+RGBW Adjustable light, Voice control…
Light TypeLED
Indoor/Outdoor UsageIndoor
Wattage8 watts
Light ColorMulticolor
BrandAvatar Controls
  • WiFi REMOTE & SMART LIFEWherever you are, simply control ALL your Avatar smart light bulb by ‘Smart Life’ App after connected 2.4Ghz WiFi, No hub required, 3000K~6200K + RGBW, 910 lumens brightness.
  • CUSTOMISE SCENES, DIMMABLECreate your favorite light ambiance with 16 millions of colors. The smart bulb has various settings of color to adjust to the right occasion. Dim or brighter to meet your need.
  • SMART VOICE CONTROLThe Alexa light bulbs work with Alexa/Google Home, dim the brightness and colors of the smart bulb by simply giving voice commands, ‘Alexa, Turn the light on!’
  • ENERGY SAVINGLED bulb post is used as light source, low energy consumption, low heat generation and long service life of 30,000 to 50,000 hours.
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Features and specification

Brand Smart devices brand

Integration Supported smart home integration

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Interface Smart device connectivity interface


Manufacturer Smart device manufacturer

Country of Origin


Color Available colors

Material Smart home device material


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Wattage (W)

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Type of Bulb

Luminous Flux (Lumens)

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Batteries Required?

Warranty Description

‎1 year.

Product Dimensions

‎4.52 x 2.36 x 4.52 inches


Color Temperature (K)

Product guides and documentsUser Guide (PDF)

Frequently asked question

Can these Wi-Fi bulbs use Bluetooth to control?

Sorry, the bluetooth is only to help you pair the bulb faster. You must keep the light bulb connecting to WIFI to control if you want to control it via APP or Alexa/Google Home.

Do you need a smart plug for this to work?

Definitely not....but a smart plug is easier to set up. You only have to say...... Alexa, discover devices. All these other bulbs which do not require a hub are a challenge to set up. But it's doable and easier with a smart phone.

Can I use Alexa to change colors? 'Alexa make office light blue' or can the color only be changed in the app?

Yes. Just have to link the avatar control app to Alexa. The can control the lights individually or group them all together. My 12 yr old daughter loves them. And the are bright !

Can these be dimmed with a conventional dimmer as well? I want to use them in a spot with a hardwired dimmer switch.

Sure, it has an intensity limiter. Through your app your reduce and increase the intensity



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  • Anonymous

    Lots of options

    Easy setup!!

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  • Anonymous

    A little difficult to get setup.

    I like these lights and once you get them set up they work great. That being said, it took forever to get both of them set up and working as it would always time out when trying to setup more than one light at a time. You literally have to install and set them up one at a time which is very inconvenient. Overall, I am satisfied with my purchase and would recommend.

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  • Anonymous

    3 months of use and

    It is not working anymore.
    Unfortunately one of the bulbs is constantly blinking and I cannot setup it again. Tried a lot of times.

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  • Anonymous

    Good deal, excelent choice for getting into smart home

    These are great cheap smart bulbs, granted, there have been a few issues with the bulbs not working properly through alexa, but they were resolved easily enough by cutting power (turning off the physical light switch) to the bulbs for a few moments and then they fixed themselves easily enough. If you end up having similar issues but it still isn’t fixed, you could always try to unlink the Avatar controls app and Alexa, and then linking them up again.

    These are brighter than my previous LED lights with the same wattage, and with the added plus that you can control the brightness as well. The RGB colors aren’t too great but they work well enough, specially for the price. If you want better colors you’d need to spend 100+ dollars on similar bulbs from Phillips hue as well as their controller. The white colors I have no complaints about, they are perfect if you work and sleep in the same room, so you can switch between cool white when working and warm white when resting.

    I bought these in October 2021 for $36 and they’ve been great. And they’re an even better deal now for just $20. Absolutely recommended.

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  • Anonymous

    Excellent value but little rough around the edges

    First of all, I have plenty of experience in smart home devices including light switches, but this was my first foray into smart bulbs. I’ve always leaned towards light switches because one device can control an entire bank of room’s lights, whereas bulbs are individually controlled (but can be grouped). I am not opposed to spending a lot of money on quality products, but for my small needs, Philips Hue just seemed like overkill, mainly because I only wanted to try these out on one hallway with 4 recessed lights. I didn’t want a hub unless I had many lights. I really do prefer hubs because it centralizes all the wireless signals and they generally are more reliable than individual devices each connecting on their own.

    With all that background on why I chose non-Hue’s over Hue’s, it was an endless variety of off brand products, all seemingly very similar and from the same Chinese factory. Not sure if that’s the case, but it feels that way. Also, many of these seem to use the same couple apps, Smart Life or Tuya. That’s good and bad. The good is that I can easily add other bulbs (and devices) and integrate into one app instead of having one app for each device. The bad is that it’s not really tailor made for the individual device you buy, although they all pretty much work the same.

    The light bulbs themselves have great color range and color temperature settings. One quirk I found is that Homekit (Homebridge) integration is not great. The color changes and doesn’t seem to keep the settings. However, it’s not Homekit approved so this kind of ‘hack’-ey performance is not surprising. Alexa integration seems to be fine. I have both Homekit and Alexa connected. My simple use case is to just turn on 1 of 4 lights on at a scheduled time to use as a nightlight for the kids. I set the bulb to a warm and dim color setting and don’t ever interact with the lights otherwise. The kids have had fun with the presets like ‘party’ mode, but it’s a gimmick that they got bored of after a few days. That wasn’t why I got these, so for my use case, these have been really good. I don’t know how long these will last and the app is a commoditized, rough app, but these have met my expectations so far.

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  • Anonymous

    Works with Tuya Convert and ESPHome

    So on a whim after reading about a lot of the smart bulbs coming out of the same area with the same software I figured I would give it a try. I am happy to report that these at the time of writing can be converted to ESPHome using Tuya Convert. It was a little bit of a pain to figure out that the convert program is having pains and only works for one run and then doesn’t want to work again. Simple enough to just unpack the zip again and start it running again.

    Why is this important. Well I prefer to have LOCAL control over things vs web control. I can do the same functions all in one place over multiple different devices and brands and don’t have to worry about them not working the way I want them to when the web is down and I am at home. My server runs 24/7 anyway and I don’t have to worry about a DDOS attack on the web anywhere. I can still integrate with the smart speakers if I want and I can still control my devices from outside my home when I want but I can setup 1000’s of different configuration options and make them do what I want when I want without limitation. I can also do this based on my location, based on sunrise or sunset, based on random triggers, etc. I can turn it on in the morning and have it light blue if it’s raining, green if its sunny and nice, red if there is bad weather, orange if it is sunny and hot, etc. Literally the sky is the limit. I am pretty sure that I can set the system to receive an email from the NWS if there are bad storms and flash the bulb a couple times.

    As far as the available software from the seller, can’t help there I never even installed it. The bulb did screw into the socket easily and it was simple enough to take and turn it on and off 3 times to put it into the mode needed to flash it.

    I am SUPER happy I found them and that they are working perfectly like the other Tuya based bulbs.

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