Smart lights and switches are an excellent way to modernize your home. You can use them to control lights with smart assistants and remotes. Some smart lights and switches are quite pricey or require hubs and complicated setups. That's where GE comes in. The company has a wide range of bulbs, lights, and switches on sale that make it easy and affordable to switch to smart lighting. Smart lights and switches are on sale for up to 50 percent off for Black Friday.
Add some color
GE LED + Color Changing Light Bulb
No hub required
This smart lightbulb doesn't require a hub to light up your home with 10 different color options. You can also control it with its included remote.
GE's sale includes indoor and outdoor lights, so you can control things in and around your home. The GE LED + color Changing Light Bulb has 10 color options and can adjust to cool or warm white light. The smart switches on sale can be controlled with smart assistants like Google Home and Alexa and come in a variety of different styles.
If you're not in the market for smart lights, you can pick up the GE Grow Light Bulb at a discount to help you grow plants indoors.
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