Goldee Smart Light Controller

Dec 6, 2013

Category: Tech

There’s probably no greater buzzkill than that first blast of harsh light in your eyes at 6am. Goldee, a smart light controller, aims to ease you into the day, comfort you at night, and even fake out some wannabe crooks when you’re away from home. Just replace your old light switch with Goldee and upgrade your regular light bulbs to smart LEDS and a host of cool controls come your way.

At the designated time, simulated sunlight slowly fills the room. When you leave home, your lights automatically go off; when you come home, the lights go on. A sleep timer gradually fades your lights out, while Goldee’s night mode gently illuminates your space when you need to stagger to the bathroom. Goldee can even simulate your presence when you’re gone by having the lights go on and off occasionally. It works with both iPhones and Androids. [Purchase]

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