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Model # PLINK-KIT2

Internet # 205601641

Link 60W Equivalent A19 Connected Home LED Light Bulb 2-Pack + Wink HUB

This item has been discontinued.
The Home Depot no longer carries this specific product.

  • Includes Wink HUB
  • Light bulbs dimmable using Wink app
  • Easy to setup

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Product Overview

Using the included Wink HUB, these GE Link light bulbs connect to the Wink app on your mobile device, so you can control them from anywhere. Remotely operate individual lights or groups, sync them with other smart products, dim or highlight for the perfect setting, and automate lighting to fit your schedule. They use 80% less power than traditional bulbs, making them energy efficient to boot.

  • Two A19 bulbs: 12-watt/60-watt replacement, 800 lumens each
  • Includes Wink HUB, required to connect bulbs (and many other smart products) to the Wink mobile application
  • Soft white, indoor light bulbs dimmable via the Wink application
  • LED bulbs last approximately 22.8 years with estimated energy cost of just $1.45/year
  • Compatible with the Wink Home Automation System and can connect to several other items to control and customize your home with automated rules, shortcuts and more with no monthly fees

    A19

  • Wink App Compatible - Wink Hub Required


Specifications

Dimensions

Bulb Diameter (In.) 
Product Depth (in.) 
2.75 
Product Height (in.) 
8.75 
Product Width (in.) 
8.75 

Details

Accessory Type 
Kit 
Actual Color Temperature (K) 
2700 
Average Life (hours) 
199728 
Bulb Shape 
A-Line 
Bulb Type 
Household 
Color Rendering Index 
80 
Connected Home Protocol 
Wi-Fi 
Indoor/Outdoor 
Indoor 
Light Bulb Base Code 
E26 
Light Bulb Base Type 
Medium 
Light Bulb Features 
Dimmable,Energy Saving,Smart Bulb 
Light Bulb Shape Code 
A19 
Light Color 
Soft White 
Light Output (lumens) 
800 
Lighting Technology 
LED 
Number in Package 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Smart Device Enabled 
Enabled 
Watt Equivalence 
60 
Wattage (watts) 
12 

Warranty / Certifications

ENERGY STAR Certified 
No 
Manufacturer Warranty 
1-year 

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Can you set the lights to gradually increase brightness from 0%-100% to use as a sunrise alarm/dawn simulator?

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Asked by
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December 8, 2015
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not with the wink hub
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February 10, 2015
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not currently. The dimming feature is a manual slide control. I'm sure it will be added in the near future but for now, the lights come on either at full brightness or at a percentage you pre-schedule.
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Atlanta
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January 22, 2015
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I have not seen that functionality.
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Nashville, TN
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December 17, 2014
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you can dim the bulbs but i havent seen a 'gradual dimming' option yet.
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New York
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December 15, 2014
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Technically Yes, but you would have to set a bunch of "Activities" in your Wink app, such as At 5:00am turn on to 10% brightness, at 5:30am turn on to 20% brightness, at 6:00am turn on to 30% brightness etc etc..
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December 13, 2014
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You can, but it is not so simple. You would have to create multiple schedules of increasing light intensity. For example: Event Name: "Schedule1"; Event Time: Repeat M-F: Start Time: 05:15, Event Settings: Choose Lights and slide for starting intensity setting. Afterwards, do it again, this time selecting a different start time and intensity. Repeat until you reach your wake up time and intensity Read More
You can, but it is not so simple. You would have to create multiple schedules of increasing light intensity. For example: Event Name: "Schedule1"; Event Time: Repeat M-F: Start Time: 05:15, Event Settings: Choose Lights and slide for starting intensity setting. Afterwards, do it again, this time selecting a different start time and intensity. Repeat until you reach your wake up time and intensity desired. Read Less
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December 7, 2014
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I guess you could if you added multiple schedules with increasing/decreasing dimming but there is no short & easy way of doing this.
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November 23, 2014
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No.
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Richmond, KY
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November 16, 2014
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No, not that I am aware of.
Mine has a 'slide' on it to allow for 0-100% brightness but I have sen no indication that it will do the gradual 'sunrise' feature you are looking for.
It would be a neat idea though and I hope the WINK team sees this and takes it into consideration
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November 15, 2014
Answer: 
Hi arg3wt3,
I didn't see on the product information if this brightness setting can be done as you requested.
Your safest bet would be to contact GE directly at:
1-800-435-4448
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. EST
or view their website below:
- See more at: http://www.gelighting.com/LightingWeb/na/consumer/contact-us/index.jsp#sthash.IOXF1k4Q.dpuf
Joseph
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Do these bulds come in warm (yellowish ) or just the stark bright white?

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December 8, 2015
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just a white color
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Rochester, NY
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February 25, 2015
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The GE bulbs are 3000k so a incandescent like warm white. Not the blue/harsh 5200k daylight white.
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February 10, 2015
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2700K is the warm yellow light, which these bulbs come in currently. 5000k is the daylight super clear white light, which these do not come in.
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Atlanta
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January 22, 2015
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I don't remember the wattage, but they are white. It's perfect for the table lamps I am using.
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McDonough, GA
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January 17, 2015
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The bulbs are dimmable through the Wink App. you can adjust the brightness.
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Gilbert, AZ
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January 6, 2015
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Only bright white. Have not seen any warmer colors on the market yet. But!..... Being in the industry, I know they are coming.
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Malvern, PA
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December 30, 2014
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Yellowish. The white light would be nice.
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Knoxville, Tenn.
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December 29, 2014
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It's a nice warm light, very similar to traditional clear incandescent bulbs.
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December 23, 2014
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They don't come in a yellowish tint. However, they can be very easily dimmed for a softer light.
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Can these GE light bubs be used in outdoor light fixtures?

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Rochester, NY
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February 25, 2015
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No, these bulbs are only rated for indoor use
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February 21, 2015
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Although GE doesn't rate these for outdoor use, I've used one bulb in my porch fixture, which is sheltered from the rain and snow. So far it has worked just fine even with nightly temperatures in the single digits. I haven't yet tried it in a more exposed location outside.
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February 10, 2015
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As long as they are not exposed to elements (snow, rain, ice, etc). Also you will need wireless coverage where those lights are installed.
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West Haven, CT
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February 7, 2015
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Check the manual to see if they can be!! Some can & some Cannot!! Please check first!
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January 22, 2015
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There is no documentation that says they can be used outdoors. I did not purchase them for that type of usage.
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January 17, 2015
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According to the product description, only the 90W bulbs are labled indoor/outdoor. The 60W and 65W are labeled Indoor only.
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Malvern, PA
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I used it outdoors. They work fine.
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No, not unless water can't get at them.
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Other than the clear on top, GE bulbs, what other bulbs will work with this system?

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Currently your bulbs are not soft white, they leave a ring of light on the ceiling.
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I haven't used anything except for the GE LInk bulbs, but I believe you can use the Cree Connected bulbs, as well as the Philips Connected bulbs.
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This Hub uses lots of technologies; Bluetooth, WiFi, zwave, lutron, zigbee.
Most of that probably doesn't mean anything to you, but the short answer is because of that it will support lots of products like Philips HUE, GE Link, TCP Bulbs, etc.
Another nice feature is Wink works with Nest, Honeywell, Chamberlain and other vendors to allow access to their products like the thermostat even though the Read More
This Hub uses lots of technologies; Bluetooth, WiFi, zwave, lutron, zigbee.
Most of that probably doesn't mean anything to you, but the short answer is because of that it will support lots of products like Philips HUE, GE Link, TCP Bulbs, etc.
Another nice feature is Wink works with Nest, Honeywell, Chamberlain and other vendors to allow access to their products like the thermostat even though the thermostat isn't directly connected to the Hub so you have a seamless experience across devices you add to it. A nice touch. Read Less
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Silver Spring, MD
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December 1, 2014
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If you buy a lamp module or a wall switch module, any dimmable light bulb will work as long as it does not exceed the power limits for the module. The Wink light bulbs have the module built into the bulb.
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Richmond, KY
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There are some TCP LED bulbs that will also work with the hub.
They appear to be more expensive than the GE but they also look like traditional bulbs.
If I am not mistaken you will also need the TCP hub that then works with the WINK APP. In other words, these bulbs will not work with the WINK hub alone like the GE ones
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Phillips Hue bulbs will also work with Wink
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the Phillips Hue line is certified to work. This system supports 3 protocols (wifi, zigbee, & z-wave), but you may have to do your own trial and error.
check out the wink site for items that have been tested to work. decent, selection.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 156 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by This is a good starter system. I bought this system because a friend at work was putting together a wink system and highly recommended it. Initially I had a hard time getting the bulbs to pair, the app kept timing out, but I think that the hub was updating while I was attempting to pair devices to it because I waited about an hour and tried again and everything worked fine. I haven't expanded the system yet but am currently using these bulbs and the hub for our bedside lamps so that we can adjust the brightness and have them set to automatically turn on in the morning when the alarm clock goes off. February 24, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by One of the Best Connected Home Devices This was so simple to set up... work great with the Amazon Echo too! August 4, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great Bargain. I went with Wink to save some money. The hardware works, but the application has some issues. The system requires a rule for sunset to midnight and another rule for midnight to sunrise if you would like a rule to cover night. You also can't set multiple triggers to perform the same action without creating multiple rules. Instead of creating a single rule for my detector, I had to create a separate rule for each if there is CO notify my phone, Smoke notify my phone, and Low Battery notify my phone. Don't become discouraged though. If you configure it properly, it works without issues. Be aware that it may be more work than you'd expect to configure. September 15, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Don't believe the negative reviews..this is an evolving product and will only get better over time! WINK Hub shines the more you add to it. Its true the HUB has taken some hits for the up and down nature of the Wink servers but with the 99 cent hub offer with purchase of 2 lightbulbs, there's very little to fuss about. I have used this for 2-3 weeks now slowly adding a Schlage deadbolt, Chamberlain MyQ garage opener and 2 WiFi Honeywell touchscreen thermostats and I've been pleasantly surprised. All of these products can be purchased at Home Depot. The deadbolt and garage opener installed like a dream and a person from Schlage answered the phone after 3 rings and walked me through a minor issue. The hub (see screenshot) has worked great. I haven't had a single issue as described by other reviews. I've set up shortcuts, user profiles, robots, scheduled events for the lights and the thermostats and am even using the geofencing feature to automatically lock & unlock the doors! On top of that, I'm using the android WEAR features on my watch which allows you to operate shortcuts (like unlock/lock door, etc.) as a single tap on your watch. You also can get notifications of events (garage opened!) right on your watch. However on the downside, there are some issues with the shortcuts right now that I'm sure a software update will address. I'm giving it 5 stars even though I'll point out some pros and cons below because *ITS JUST SOFTWARE* and the hub is a fantastic hardware device so future features will continue to be added via software to make this a better product each time its used. I've also put it through its paces even doing things most people have not so I feel comfortable commenting on just about every feature. I'm planning to add a couple of KIDDE smoke/CO2 detectors in a week or so and fully expect those to work as good as the other devices. So please, don't take older reviews as gospel for this as Wink has been working around the clock to improve the software and don't take my word for it; give them a phone call yourself! They answer right away and are very helpful to answer questions. I think they're heading in the right direction here. PROS - one app to rule them all, ios and android app merges all home automation devices into one very nice UI - ability to add profiles (my kids, my wife) and limit what they have access to on their phones - ability to see everything that is triggered and WHO triggered it. in the activity feed you can see when a door - nice touch having access to Wink on your android smartwatch - schedules and triggers (robots) working perfectly so far - getting notifications and emails when something happens (like when your door unlocks) is nice when you're not at home. CONS - some UI issues in the Wink app; notably no ability to schedule locks and garage openers. i hope this is added in the future. i've worked around this by using a light 'off' event each night to trigger the Wink to lock my front door (if its not already locked) - chamberlain garage opener doesn't show up as an option with robots - Wear device has some shortcut issues (not showing up, same shortcut showing repeatedely, etc) - every command routed through Wink servers. commands should work directly on devices attached directly to hub, and API commands (like chamberlain and honeywell) routed through remote servers. December 17, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Still a long way to go! Too many limitations. Cannot recommend The GE Link bulbs work great and can be added to another Zigbee home automation router like the Almond Plus. I purchased this set on the basis of my previous experience with the GE bulbs so the hub in this case was a bonus buy. I was excited at first when I got the hub on a great thanksgiving deal at the cost of 2 GE link bulbs with the 2 bulbs. That excitement dwindled quickly when I realized how much our hands are tied. I don't like the fact that I'm tied to their cloud and cannot trigger my connected devices directly via my hub. What if my internet service is down or if they decide to monetize their service. At present they only support certified devices so it appears that you have to purchase wink certified devices. The "highlighted" protocols (wifi, zigbee, zwave etc.) have minimally supported devices. e.g. you have to purchase the dropcam and it is at present the only wifi enabled device. You cannot apply any existing camera's to use their talked about wifi connectivity. I guess there is some talking to do here btw the hub & camera ... even so a BIG THUMBS DOWN. There is not a user forum to speak of. I was directed towards their FAQ page to ask my questions. To date no reply. BIG THUMBS DOWN. We need a User forum to record issues, requests and gain from other user experiences. The GE Link bulbs I have connected work well, but I had to decipher for myself that the hub has to be within feet of the bulb to add the bulb. Their instructions are vague at best! I Assume the same applies to every other device. There is no GUIDE to speak of and their instructions insufficient. one more BIG THUMBS DOWN. - The app works ok so far. I see a lot of lag, therefore we need direct connectivity when at home. - There is a handy scheduler that works well, but not very well thought out. for e.g. I have to create a separate schedule for a ON and another for an off and so on for each time you want the device on or off. So now I have 4 schedules, multiply that with each device suddenly you'll have an unmanageable long list of schedules that are not even sorted and one you cannot rearrange (not sure why they aren't sorted!) - Robots appears to be a useful feature, this is one I haven't been able to put to use, since I cant add my own devices as yet! - Shortcuts - I've added them in but these short cuts appear within the app, cannot be moved and I cannot default the app to open that location - so I'm unclear how they would be useful. - Firmware updates: You cannot rollback an update or reapply one should there be a need or an issue. There is no UI to support such an update. Its all automatic upgrade mode only. So far its not a big deal, but my experience tells me this is needed, believe me this will be needed at some point even if not now! Their website offers little insight into what features the hub offers nor how they work in any detail. They offer a FAQ as a guide?!You have to search for the install guide (none accompanies the hub) and the instructions are insufficient with no troubleshooting or troubleshooting to speak of so you cant troubleshoot why your hub isn't connecting to your network or why the device you're attempting to add isn't! You have to use your experience/knowledge to figure it out for yourself. The idea to make the hub user friendly is there, I don't believe the execution exemplifies it! In conclusion, a product I cannot recommend. Too many shortcomings! too few supported devices (they claim they adding more, but do not share which), Their product page doesn't spell out its features in toto so you have to figure it out for yourself once you have the hub in your hands - I appreciate a vendor who will be upfront. lacks a much needed user forum! They have your hands tied behind your back!!! Very Apple-esque! This is not for me! December 7, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Fantastic Purchase! After doing a few days of research and reading reviews, I decided on this Wink Hub and 2 pack of GE light bulbs. For $50 I thought it was a great price point to jump into the home automation scene and if there were any issues I could take it back easily. I followed the instructions, which include how far to keep the hub away from your wireless access point, had it set up in about 20 minutes (including a software update) and was turning on and off the lights from the app. I set up some schedules to turn the bulbs on and off in the evening. After a few weeks, my thoughts are - Great purchase, great price! Go get it! Looking forward to adding more items. August 2, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Wink HUB + Smart LED bulbs I purchased this as the first in a series of extensions to my Amazon Echo system. Intending to create a budget "Smart" house system. The wink hub integrated easily to the Echo and with a few simple adjustments to define the led bulb locations, the Echo/Wink, can turn them on or off by voice command, as well as on an internal schedule. I will be adding more features to the mix as some accessories become more mature in their function. December 8, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Save your money! Very deceptive in terms of open connect. The Link Hub included in this package is proprietary and will not work with any other product, Wink or otherwise. As Far as Wink, Save your money there too They are also a proprietary network and have had several outages in the few weeks that I have used this product. Problem is that you do not know if it an issue with your equipment or a Wink Outage. Often it may take several hours for them to even notice an outage and put it on their support lines. If it occurs on a Sunday, your out of luck, no one will pick up a phone. September 26, 2015
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