Saturday, February 11, 2017

Bluetooth Speaker & Lightbulb all in One from Senglad

If you are looking for a Valentine’s Day gift for someone who is tech savvy and seems to have it all. Well, I may have something for you then. Sengled has a Bluetooth speaker lightbulb, yes, a lightbulb with a speaker in it! It kind of blew my mind a little when I first heard about it. I’m obsessed with speakers, so I had to get my hands on one of these.

I’ll admit, I was a little too excited about this product, but hey I LOVE speakers. I was a little surprised at how heavy this was, but then again, there is a speaker in it, so there is that part.
It’s super easy to install, I mean, screw the lightbulb in where ever you want it, download the app, and you are good to go.

Sengled makes it so Solo only talks to itself. You can connect to 8 at a time. This way you can listen to music all over the house.  

JBL is a company I trust and love when it comes to speakers and headphones. I have a few from them and they have yet to let me down. Solo integrated with JBL Bluetooth Speakers to make sure they could get some of the best sound possible.
  •          The world's first LED light and dual stereo speakers in one bulb
  •          Easy to install - no speaker wires, remotes control or power cords, just your smartphone/device
  •          Energy-saving LED bulb - rated for 25,000 hours of use (~17 years)
  •          High-fidelity loudspeaker with surround sound effects, performs as a left-right stereo
  •          Intuitive Android/iOS app offers seamless control of both light and sound while playing your favourite streamed music, podcasts or other audio
  •          Power supply: 100~240V AC, 50/60Hz. Power consumption: 9.5W (Rated), 12.5W (Light and Audio)
  •          Brightness: 550 lumens, color Temperature: 2700K, Ra: 80, Light beam angle: 105°

My oldest daughter is jealous of this, so I’m thinking I’ll be getting a few for her room and bathroom (yes, I said bathroom, great acoustics). For $59.99 (or less when on sale), you get a great deal. Remember that they last for 17 years! You can buy from their site, or places like Target, Amazon, Best Buy and more.

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  1. Omg u gotta be kidding. I had to keep reading to make sure it wasn't April fools lol. This is extremely futuristic to me however I do know a couple people who would lover it. Just hope the kids don't hear about it to soon lol

  2. This sounds great but I am not sure if I really want a speaker in my light bulb, I would have to see a video on this to get the real affect from this bulb.

    1. These lights be great to have for my home it would save money

  3. This is so neat. I would like to have one.

  4. Wow! This is the coolest little gadget! I'll have to look it to getting one for my hubby! He would love it! Thanks for sharing!

  5. My guy would so love this ! He's a tech freak lol

  6. I wonder if the bulb has to be on in order for speakers to work

  7. I love that you can connect to 8 at a time. That would be perfect. I could clean the whole house while rocking out :)

  8. Very interesting and strange sort of thing. Not my cup of tea.

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  9. What I would like to try this new gadget technology.

  10. Blue tooth light bulbs? Who would have thought of this 20 years ago?

  11. My fiance would go nuts for this high-tech gem!

  12. This speaker would be most helpful as an addition in my garage. I would be able to stream the computer outside.

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