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Bolt Smart Bulb

New, from Misfit is the Bolt. What is it exactly? Well, itīs a lightbulb, but not quite, in fact itīs a little bit more than that, you can integrate it in your lifestyle, pairing it with your smartphone, programming it to gently awake you at the hour you so desire, by slowly increasing the light it emits, making it somewhat of a warm sunrise, so that you can slowly wake up, you can also dim it, to slowly fall asleep. It has millions of color possibilities and is compatible with standard sockets, or, it can work entirely on its own with no hub required! Bolt can deliver about 800+ lumens of light, if you want, and itīs built to last over 20 years, thanks to itīs modern LED technology. It has a 2 year warranty, and is controllable via IOS and Android app.

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