One of the most versatile smart bulbs is at its cheapest price ever on Amazon. By combining the perks of an Amazon Prime membership with on-page coupons, Linkind is offering its Matter-enabled smart light bulbs at a 57% cumulative discount off list price.
Linkind’s multicolor bulbs might fall behind more premium offerings such as Philips-Hue, or the highly customizable Xiaomi Lightstrip. However, at merely $11.19 for a two-piece set of Matter-enabled WiFi smart bulbs, this is undoubtedly the most attractive smart light deal of the Christmas season.
While Linkind’s smart bulbs do not have a dedicated hub, they are Matter-enabled, which makes them easy to integrate with several smart home ecosystems including Alexa, HomeKit, Google Home and SmartThings. The light bulbs also feature unique music modes and preset scenes that show off an impressive 16 million color array.
Since November, Linkind has listed the price of its two-piece smart bulb packs for $17.99 on its official Amazon storefront. This is already a fantastic discount from its initial $30 MSRP. But thanks to holiday season coupons, smart home enthusiasts with an Amazon Prime membership get an even bigger price cut on the single and double light bulb sets.
- For a two-bulb pack, Amazon Prime subscribers already get a discount that brings the price down to $13.98. Nevertheless, Linkind’s Amazon US storefront is offering a separate 20% discount which further slashes the price of the two-pack to $11.19, or about $5.59 a piece.
- For a single unit, the discount combination is similar, albeit with a 30% discount that results in a price tag of $7.7.
While not quite the same as a premium lighting solution from brands like Philips Hue, these offers from Linkind are the most affordable you can get for a smart bulb right now. Buy the two-pack Matter-enabled multicolor smart bulbs on Amazon.
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I was fortunate to be exposed to the awesomeness of tech as a child. I delighted in seeking out the nerdiest sci-fi gadgets I could afford to play with. These days I take a professional interest in biotech, especially health-tracking wearables, and futuristic smart home appliances. If you ever come to Unilag’s College of Medicine, you’ll probably find me geeking about some biomedical discovery. That’s if I’m not scrolling YouTube shorts. Or sleeping.
Sarfo Ashong-Listowell, 2023-12-10 (Update: 2023-12-10)