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Topic # 222718 25-Aug-2017 12:21
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Hi,

 

selling a big kit of milight / limitless LED dual white screw bulbs. bulbs are 1-2 years old now but still working great.

 

 

 

11x dual white warm/cool screw LEDs.

 

4x physical remote and holders  - each remote can control 4 zones

 

2x gen6 wifi bridges ( latest iOS/android app) each bridge will do 4 zones and dual usb ac adaptor.

 

2x gen5 wifi bridges (kinda redundant but you can have them)

 

 

 

I would like $80 for the whole kit, I think that is reasonable.

 

I am happy to help set buyer with questions and answers.

 

 

 

the new app is a massive upgrade from the old app, selling as I have upgraded to an integrated smart home solution.

 

prefer pickup as they are bulbs, pickup in albany, north shore, can ship nationwide for $10, but there is a bigger risk doing that.

 

cheers.





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  Reply # 1852485 25-Aug-2017 12:55
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What have you upgraded to? Happy? (Leaning towards Fibaro over Aeotec myself)




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  Reply # 1853347 27-Aug-2017 18:15
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Hue, bump.




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  Reply # 1853361 27-Aug-2017 19:08
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ME!!! ME!!!





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  Reply # 1854998 29-Aug-2017 22:49
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Still available?



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  Reply # 1857948 4-Sep-2017 10:29
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Yes still available.




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  Reply # 1860830 8-Sep-2017 12:48
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Bump, reduced to $50 for kit.




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  Reply # 1861074 8-Sep-2017 19:15
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I'll take it. pm sent




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  Reply # 1861374 9-Sep-2017 17:08
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Sold




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