Friday, January 22, 2016

Light and Sound Control via Your Phone and Sengled Pulse Bulbs!

**Complimentary products received in exchange for our honest review.  All opinions are ours and ours alone**

I am so excited to share a cool new tech product that we recently had the chance to try out, the Sengled Pulse LED + Wireless Speakers!

Pulse combines the energy efficiency of a dimmable LED light with the high-quality audio of a JBL Bluetooth speaker that you can control with your iOS or Android device.

Simply twist Pulse into any standard light socket and enjoy the rich stereo sound of JBL speakers combined with warm, dimmable lighting — all without the fuss of speaker wires, power cords, or an independent remote control.

We put our Sengled Pulse bulbs in the main light in our kitchen, with one pointed towards the sink and one towards the stove.  This gives us that extra boost of light in the specific space that we need it and allows for an all-around speaker experience.  We always listen to music while we're cooking and cleaning the kitchen and this setup is way better than listening to our playlist through the phone speakers or turning up the living room speakers crazy high.

The app is crazy easy to use, in fact the kiddos are in charge of it most of the time, and we are really enjoying this cool new tech gadget!  The Starter Kit is $149.99 and comes with two bulbs, but you can get satellite bulbs to rig your entire home for dimmable light and sound throughout.  You can play streamed music and media apps anywhere there's a light socket by linking up to eight speaker bulbs.  Individual Pulse bulbs work in unison up to 100 feet apart.

Check out this video to learn more about how Sengled Pulse works:

Ready to make your house a little smarter?

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