Dogain Smart Light Bulb Works with Alexa Google Home Siri Shortcut E12 Base B10/B11 WiFi-Bluetooth Candelabra LED Light Bulb Color Changing Dimmable Chandelier Light Bulbs 360 lm 35w Equivalent 4 Pack

  • DOGAIN smart bulbs WORK with ALEXA & GOOGLE ASSISTANT, you can easily control your chandelier lights, porch lights or ceiling fan lights with VOICE COMMANDS.
  • PHONE CONTROLLED LIGHTS: you can turn on/off this light with a simple click on your phone, and you can also SCHEDULE your lights to on and off daily.
  • GROUP CONTROL:the candle lights can be controlled individually, or you can set your chandelier lights in one group and turn them on/off, change the color or the brightness at the same time.
  • WARM WHITE TO DAYLIGHT: the color temperature be changed from 2700K to 6500K, if divided on choice of soft white or cool white, this smart bulb addresses all your concerns.
  • EASY to SET UP: 1)Install Smart Life app, 2)Connect bulb to WiFi through the app.NOTE: ONLY work with 2.4 Ghz WiFi. Make sure you connect your phone to 2.4 G wifi during setting up.
  • COLOR CHANGING BULBS: 16 million colors available, your phone is the remote without distance limit. Light on/off your light when you are on the way home/to work,
  • Music sync, 8 scenes, meet your different scenarios, scene support up to 8 colors to change, and you can share with your family member to control this light.
  • SHORTCUT FUNCTION WITH SIRI: you can use Siri to control this light. Support IOS 12 and above.
  • HOME AUTOMATION: you can set the light automatically on/off/dim/brighten through weather/location/other devices status changes, or send you a message/phone nitofication when the light is off.
  • What You Get: 4 x WiFi smart bulb, 1x welcome guide, our worry-free 30 days free return, 12-month warranty, lifetime technical support and friendly customer service 24/7.
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Features and specification

Integration Supported smart home integration

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Interface Smart device connectivity interface


Manufacturer Smart device manufacturer


Color Available colors



Voltage (V)

Wattage (W)

Type of Bulb

Luminous Flux (Lumens)

Special Features

Included Components

‎Bulb included

Batteries Included?

Batteries Required?


Power Source

Product guides and documentsInstructions for Use (IFU) (PDF)

Frequently asked question

What is the inches in length

The bulb itself is 4'.

Does this bulb have daylight option?


Can you set a schedule that will change the colors of the bulbs thru a list of different colors over a set period of time? say red, green and white?

You can set color change schemes, but not based on time. There can be changed remotely, and you can get timers. However the timers on the app can’t be linked with color changes

Are these bulbs compatible with the “plus minus” app?

The instructions indicate to use the 'Smart Life' app. Not sure if other apps would work with them.



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  • Anonymous

    Very Smart

    I have set the timer and it acts accordingly. Very good and must use. Doesn’t consume much electricity.

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  • Anonymous

    Monumental pain to set up if you don't have 2.4 GHz wireless but quick once you get past that hurdle

    In the product description, the only thing it said was the following: ‘WHAT YOU NEED is just 2.4 Ghz Wi-Fi and a smart phone to install the suggested APP- Smart Life.’

    What it DOESN’T say is that it will ONLY work on a 2.4 GHz frequency. My ISP’s router offers dual band frequency – 5 GHz and 2.4 GHz. Because my cell phone, which is required for set up, connects to my WiFi at 5 GHz, it was physically impossible to set everything up. I couldn’t even get the app to recognize the light bulbs. A device will only connect to my router at 2.4 GHz if it’s a 2.4 GHz device. I couldn’t get it to connect to the 2.4 GHz channel only. It kept bumping itself up to the 5 GHz channel for a better, faster connection.

    I was mere minutes away from leaving to return this item at the UPS store when I thought about trying to connect an old, 2.4 GHz (ONLY) router to my ISP’s router as an AP and connect that way. While I am confident that would still work, while I was checking out the information in my router’s firmware, I realized the Guest account that my router provides for guests to connect to without requiring me to give out my WiFi password broadcasts at ONLY 2.4 GHz.

    So, after 2 hrs fiddling with it last night and another hour this morning, I enabled the guest account, switched my cell phone over to that WiFi network, and then tried it again, bam! 30 seconds later I was up and running! I then had to switch my Echo over to the guest account as well so that they were both on the same network, but it was only connecting at 2.4 GHz anyway. No loss there.

    If I were this seller, I would put MUCH clearer, more concise information in the product description and say that these lights will ONLY work on a 2.4 GHz network, not something as ambiguous as all you need ‘is just 2.4 Ghz Wi-Fi and a smart phone’. To me, and I’m sure many others, that implies that a 2.4 GHz network (which is outdated and not really the standard anymore) is the minimum requirement and that the standard, more widely used 5 GHz network that pretty much everybody connects to would still work since almost all devices, except these bulbs, for example, are backwards compatible. You may also want to include something about some technical/networking expertise may be required. OOOORRRR you can nip it ALL in the bud and join the rest of us here in the year 2020 and upgrade these bad boys to work on either a 2.4 or 5 GHz network. Easy!

    If I were a buyer, and BEFORE purchasing these light bulbs, I would find out more information about your WiFi network FIRST. If I had known what a huge pain in the butt it would have been to set up, I may have gone a different route. If you aren’t computer savvy, find a friend who is and they can easily figure it out.

    All that being said, now that I have the lights up and running and working with my Echo, I am definitely satisfied and happy. They work perfectly and as expected. They were super white colored light right out of the box, but once I tuned them to a softer, more yellow, less doctor’s office feel, they work beautifully. I am hoping some of the other reviews people have left about them not lasting much longer than a few months is nothing more than a fluke and not the standard, but only time (and perhaps an updated review) will tell.

    Thanks for the same day delivery and the perfectly working (albeit nightmare of a setup) lights!

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  • Anonymous

    Haven’t had them long enough to rate longevity

    They are cool. Haven’t had them long enough to rate longevity but all other expectations were met.

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  • Anonymous

    Smart Candelabra Bulbs

    These install exactly the same as any other bulb. Be sure you have the correct wattage and style of bulb, namely the base size. They were very easy to attach to the internet and the mobile app is very user friendly.

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  • Anonymous

    Installation nightmare but here is what I did

    I’ve noticed the reviews seem to have the same issue, installation. Download the Smart Life app. If your internet is not running on 2.4, download the app for your internet. There should be a picture of your router which you will select and you will see a pencil in the upper right hand corner (xfinity, but I imagine you will see something similar contact your company) select the pencil and there should be an option box to prompt the separation of your wifi 2.4 and 5.00. I added a number to the 5.00 username and added a special character to the 5.0 password so that the connections were completely separate. You can run computers on the 5.0 as it is faster and use the ‘new’ user ID and password to sign your computers/gaming consoles in. Your phone should still be logged into the old user name and password wifi which will now just be the 2.4. The smart life app has several types of lighting to choose from and I wasn’t sure which one to use. I tried several such as ceiling fan and ceiling light with no luck. Finally I selected the ‘light source’ (wifi), it is just a picture of a regular bulb. Mine is in the top row, the middle bulb with ‘wifi’ under the picture, not sure if everyone has the same view. You will have to set up each bulb individually. I found it easiest to put every bulb in place but unscrewed all but the one I was currently working on and then once it was set up, unscrewed it and screwed in the next…Flip the light switch four or so times taking a couple of seconds between each flip until the screwed in bulb flickers quickly. Make sure you have used your 2.4 wifi login in the smart life app and select confirmation button that the light is flickering and then the continue button. The bulb will stop flickering as the set up begins. I though it had to continue to flicker to work but it is fine. It goes pretty quickly then but make take a minute and once it’s done just select done. If you have already enabled Alexa for the task she will automatically recognize that you have installed a new bulb. Then you can go in and group them but I am still trying to figure out how to run them at once, I currently have to change the colors individually. If a bulb stops working or starts flickering don’t give up, happened to me. Unscrew it and screw back in, may have to do a couple of times. Unscrew any other bulbs in that light fixture and just run the set up again for any bulb having an issue. If you have named the bulb it will still have the new name once you reset it, you won’t have to do that again. Good luck and don’t give up. Once you figure it out it goes fairly fast and they do look nice. I hope these instructions were clear enough.
    Fun for Halloween.

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