TP Link smart LED bulb (LB120) Review

If you have been thinking about updating your lighting chances are you have looked at LED bulbs. Well the next step is going to be having a smart LED bulb. That is where the TP Link smart LED bulb LB120 comes in.

In this review I cover some of the differences between different types of light bulbs as well as differences between different LED bulbs. I go through power usage as well as show lighting samples.

Energy use: 3:54
Setup: 4:59
App control: 7:38
Amazon Echo control: 8:30
Kasa app: 9:47
Back to review: 19:13

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Tech Specs:
Product Dimensions: 4.1 x 3.1 x 6.7 inches
Weight: 7 ounces

• 60 Watt Equivalent, dim brightness and fine-tune light appearance from soft white (2700k) to daylight (6500k)

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Thanks this was a Lot of information.
I like the scifi feel of this tech.
Great for security or convincing unwanted guests that my place is haunted.

xcbu10x says:

great job!

Rajesh Kurup says:

Why do you always operate your dryer. Please show me the video of your washer and dryer. What is the meaning of making the light warmer and lighter. Which app you used . Does that app have voice commands.

johnny says:

these bulbs suck. i was able to install the first 2 and they worked then bought more and they wont link and now im having trouble with the first 2 i installed.

Thomas Mastin says:

I just need to know if a constant Wi-Fi connection is required for this bulb to operate on a schedule. I want to use it at my dad’s house as his porch light and he does not have Wi-Fi. My intention was to set up an on/off schedule using the Kasa app on the Wi-Fi at my house and then take the bulb to my dad’s house and screw it in. Will this work? I just want to set the bulb to turn on at night and turn off during the day. His porch is covered and dusk to dawn lights do not work because it never gets light enough to turn the bulb off. That is why I am looking at this bulb.

Or, alternatively, if the bulb loses its settings when it is unscrewed from the socket, I could use a Mi-Fi to set it up at my dad’s house. My only concern is that when the bulb is no longer connected to the Mi-Fi, it will no longer turn on and off according to its schedule.

Michael Olguin says:

You are incorrect; the Amazon Echo can control the temperature/color of the LB120 (soft white, cool white, daylight, etc).

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