Today’s your chance to pick up a HomeKit-compatible RGB smart bulb straight from Koogeek for a price of just $17 for a limited time. Usually, this bulb is available for $31.99.

Another day, another bargain to be had, and this time it’s really going to light up your life. Terrible pun aside, we think you’re going to love what we have for you here because it’s a great way to get into the world of smart homes and home automation without having to start ripping walls apart or spending small fortunes. We’ve said before how we are big fans of smart lighting, and this new offer from the folks over at Koogeek is a great example of that.

We are of course talking about the WiFi Smart LED Light Bulb, available right now from Amazon for an absolute steal, and with support for Apple’s HomeKit, it’s a brilliant way to get your smart home revolution underway. The bulb is a 60w equivalent so you won’t be short of illumination when it is cranked all the way up to maximum and most importantly, it’s also capable of displaying no fewer than 16 million colors, giving you complete control over how you illuminate your home.

The Koogeek light bulbs are always great value, but right now this one, in particular, is even better than normal. If you pick this bulb up before 9/11/2018 and enter code OXR3Q8A4 at checkout, you will receive an additional discount. That means that a bulb which normally costs $31.99 can be yours for just $17.59. You absolutely cannot afford to miss this deal!

If you’re looking for something that has Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant support as well, then that bulb will set you back $39.99, which is quite a lot. So this deal is absolutely insane in a lot of ways. Who said being an iPhone or iPad fanboy didn’t have its perks?

Buy: Koogeek WiFi Smart LED Light Bulb E26, 60W Equivalent, Dimmable with 16 million colors from Amazon: $17.49 with code OXR3Q8A4 | Original price $31.99

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