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  #1494918 18-Feb-2016 13:29
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As mentioned I'm about to move to a new house and have some excess bulbs. If anyone is interested I have the following available;

 

  • 2 x 7.5w Dual White Bayonet $10 each
  • 1 x 9w Dual White Edison screw $15 each
  • 2 × 9w RGB Bayonet $15 each
  • 1 x Colour Remote $8 (or free if you buy both the two RGB bulbs)

I'm in Wellington if that helps.

 

 


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  #1494922 18-Feb-2016 13:34
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tchart:

 

As mentioned I'm about to move to a new house and have some excess bulbs. If anyone is interested I have the following available;

 

  • 2 x 7.5w Dual White Bayonet
  • 1 x 9w Dual White Edison screw
  • 2 × 9w RGB Bayonet
  • 1 x Colour Remote (would prefer this to go with the two RGB bulbs).

I'm in Wellington if that helps.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Any indication of price?


 
 
 
 


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  #1494936 18-Feb-2016 13:53
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Smix:

 

 

 

Any indication of price?

 

 

Good point, will edit the original post


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  #1514231 16-Mar-2016 09:53
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I only recently found out about remote LED bulbs and have been recommended to get a warm white+cool white (dual white) 9w bulb (b22) and remote for my room to help combat some health issues that being able to switch between warm/cool white and dim or brighten the light would be very helpful for. I've done a bit of research and sadly they seem to be expensive (as cool stuff usually is lol), the cheapest bulb+remote+postage being $50.50 on Trademe, I just thought I would ask here in case anyone happens to know any NZ (or ebay etc) sites or stores that might have a b22 dual white LED bulb + remote for less then $50.50 or is that actually the cheapest I'm going to find? If it makes a difference to physical stores, I'm in Wellington city. Thank you in advance for any knowledge you can share!


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  #1514380 16-Mar-2016 12:58
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Youi:

 

 anyone happens to know any NZ (or ebay etc) sites or stores that might have a b22 dual white LED bulb + remote for less then $50.50

 

 

 

 

Three posts above yours

 

 

 

tchart:

 

As mentioned I'm about to move to a new house and have some excess bulbs. If anyone is interested I have the following available;

 

  • 2 x 7.5w Dual White Bayonet $10 each
  • 1 x 9w Dual White Edison screw $15 each
  • 2 × 9w RGB Bayonet $15 each
  • 1 x Colour Remote $8 (or free if you buy both the two RGB bulbs)

I'm in Wellington if that helps.

 

 

 


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  #1514555 16-Mar-2016 15:12
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 Yup, I saw that thanks, but it was posted a month ago so I figured they would be gone/sold already; also, it says 7.5w, which I don't think would be bright enough as the single light source in a large lounge type room, hence why I was looking for 9w, or has my research completely misled me??


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  #1514575 16-Mar-2016 15:51
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Youi:

 

 Yup, I saw that thanks, but it was posted a month ago so I figured they would be gone/sold already; also, it says 7.5w, which I don't think would be bright enough as the single light source in a large lounge type room, hence why I was looking for 9w, or has my research completely misled me??

 

 

Youi, I do still have some bulbs. Most of my 9W bulbs are gone as Limitless still have stock of 7.5W they are trying to get rid of first (so the (W are pretty hard to come by).

 

I may have a surplus 9W dual white bulb but I don't have a spare remote.

 

@shreyas has first dibs though as they asked for some while I was mid-move. I'll confirm what I have left tonight.

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  #1514576 16-Mar-2016 15:51
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I would suggest just ordering from limitless directly. Quick to ship and OK freight. Site is USD so just beware of that.




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  #1514622 16-Mar-2016 17:31
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richms:

How about those new gateways availability?

 

 

+1 Any updates when they'll be available to buy?

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  #1516915 21-Mar-2016 13:47
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Youi:

 

 Yup, I saw that thanks, but it was posted a month ago so I figured they would be gone/sold already; also, it says 7.5w, which I don't think would be bright enough as the single light source in a large lounge type room, hence why I was looking for 9w, or has my research completely misled me??

 

 

Do you still need a bulb? shreyas had the wrong fittings.


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  #1516926 21-Mar-2016 13:58
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tchart:

 

Do you still need a bulb? shreyas had the wrong fittings.

 

 

 

 

Hi! Im still after a 9w B22 Dual White for my large room, and id also be keen on a 7.5w B22 Dual White for our smaller office if you have one. Am I correct in thinking that these two bulbs would use this kind of 2.6gh remote http://www.limitlessled.com/shop/wifi-remote/?


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  #1517240 21-Mar-2016 21:27
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Youi:

 

 

 

Hi! Im still after a 9w B22 Dual White for my large room, and id also be keen on a 7.5w B22 Dual White for our smaller office if you have one. Am I correct in thinking that these two bulbs would use this kind of 2.6gh remote http://www.limitlessled.com/shop/wifi-remote/?

 

 

Hey Youi, send me a PM. Yes thats the correct remote.


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  #1522982 30-Mar-2016 22:17
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Removed double post

 

 


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  #1522983 30-Mar-2016 22:17
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Does anyone here use the wifi bridge with a Fritzbox? Ive recently moved house and switched to 2 degrees which came with a Fritzbox.

 

Th problem is my usually reliable wifi bridge is now dropping off the network. If I run a continous ping it will 90% of the responses will be "request timed out". This causes problems for the app as only every other button press will register.

 

Ive tried a second bridge and same thing occurs - so its not device specific.

 

The only new variable I can see is the Fritzbox.

 

PS I have also recenly introduced a Netatmo and the new MySky to the network. I have blocked these as a test and same behaviour ensues.

 

Any clues why it would be dropping?

 

 


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  #1525835 4-Apr-2016 15:39
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Finally got remotes to go with the lightbulbs Tchart sold me; this whole light goes up, light goes down, light goes bright, light goes dim, thing is really good fun to be honest haha. Does anyone happen to know if there is any power drain if I leave the light switch in the 'on' position at the wall, and use the remote for 100% of my turning on and off? Like how you're not supposed to leave appliances in 'standby' because it is still actually drawing power?


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