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For every occasion

Everywhere

Whether its your bedroom lamp or your living room. Unleash the powers of LIFX Mini.

Three Types of

Mini




Price (USD) $24.99 $29.99 $44.99
LIFX Products Features
Energy Star
Lifespan of LEDs 22.8 years 22.8 years 22.8 years
Voice Control
LIFX App & Cloud Control
LIFX Mini Specific Features
Brightness 800 Lumens 800 Lumens 800 Lumens
Color Temperature 2700K 1500K - 4000K 2500K - 9000K
Day Dusk Automation
Tunable White Temperature
16 Million Colors
Explore the LIFX Mini Range
Learn More Learn More Learn More




Price (USD) $24.99 $29.99 $44.99
LIFX Products Features
Energy Star
Lifespan of LEDs 22.8 years 22.8 years 22.8 years
Voice Control
LIFX App & Cloud Control
LIFX Mini Specific Features
Brightness 800 Lumens 800 Lumens 800 Lumens
Color Temperature 2700K 1500K - 4000K 2500K - 9000K
Day Dusk Automation
Tunable White Temperature
16 Million Colors
Explore the LIFX Mini Range
Learn More Learn More Learn More


THE AMAZING THINGS A MINI CAN DO

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One App

To rule them all

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Millions of Colors

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Day & Dusk Automation

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Warm to Cool Whites

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App Dimmable

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Runs on Wi-Fi

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No hub or bridge needed

App Features


Color

LIFX Mini Color

Use your voice

"Turn my Mini on."

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Color Temperature

Warm to cool whites

When talking about the Kelvin scale with home lighting, let’s start with the warm glow produced by a candle or an early sunrise, which would measure around 2,000K. Read More

As you move up the scale from 2,500K to 3,500K, you move through warm color temperatures that an incandescent light bulb would produce. From 4,000K to 5,000K, you experience noon daylight — which begins to show cooler color temperatures with some blue light present. From 5,000K to 6,500K you’re in range of a daylight sky or cool white — also known as full spectrum color temperature. From about 7,000K to 9000K, you’ll see the effects of a deeper blue sky, something not easily producible with light bulbs other than The Color 1000.

What's a lumen?

Brightness

A lumen is a measurement of illumination which tells you the exact amount of light a bulb will produce. If you want to look at it from a more technical perspective, a lumen is a finite measurement of visible light emitted by a source which is detectable to the human eye. Read More

The following lists some watt to lumen conversion list for you to roughly gauge which lumen rating to use against common watt output: For a 100 watt bulb, you can replace it with a bulb rated at around 1600 lumens. For a 75 watt bulb, around 1100 - 1200 lumens will work. For a 60 watt bulb, try a bulb of between 700 - 900 lumens. For a 40 watt bulb, a bulb producing between 400 - 500 lumens is perfect. Naturally personal preferences will come into play so feel free to experiment and see which lumen rating works best for you home, office, or creative space.

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