Bazz 14″ Smart Wifi RGB + White Ceiling Fixture

Bazz 14

Aug 13, 2021

The Bazz 14” Smart WiFi ceiling fixture is equipped with smart features that allow you to control lighting through your smartphone or connect it with Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant to use voice commands.

Turn lights on and off, adjust brightness, choose from millions of different colors, and create dynamic light routines. Anytime, anywhere.

Simply fasten the elegant fixture to your ceiling, download the BAZZ Smart Home app (iOS and Android), and enjoy complete lighting control.

The ceiling fixture uses your existing WiFi network, with no hub or bridge required. Use it as a standalone light or integrate into your smart home.

• Tune whites from soft (2700K) to cool (5000K)

• Create dynamic light schedules and timers

• Choose from millions of colors

• Fully dimmable

• Bulb life up to 25,000 hours

• Fully compatible with smart home devices such as Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant

• Wi-Fi connected with no hub or bridge needed

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