New York, NY (PRWEB) May 01, 2013
Gadget freaks and early adopters are electrified by the news that the one million-color BlueBulb Bluetooth light bulb controlled from your mobile device are finally available to the public.
“After an intense process of research and design, we’re now ready to ship a limited number of these amazing new light bulbs to our fans around the world. We can ship 400 now, and we can begin full production upon receiving $20,000 dollars toward our campaign on FundAnything," stated Peter Lakits, CEO of BlueBulb.
In August 2012, the company was the first to announce the Bluetooth Bulb. Since then founder Peter Lakits has invested his own funds to make the new breakthrough in lighting a reality. Now he needs help to start mass production.
While an array of smart bulb competitors have delayed promised shipments, this new breakthrough in lighting is now a reality. Unlike most innovations found on crowdfunding sites, the BlueBulb Bluetooth Bulb has been tested and approved, and now 400 of the bulbs are ready to ship to contributors on FundAnything. Once the campaign reaches its goal, the company will produce more bulbs.
“Our Bluetooth Bulb doesn’t need a base station or internet connection like some other smart bulbs," explained Lakits. “All you do is screw the bulb into a standard socket and download the free app from the Apple iTunes Store. People instantly fall in love with all the beautiful colors,” he said.
This energy-efficient BlueBulb is controlled by the Apple iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPad 3, iPad4, and iPad mini. Using Bluetooth 4.0 technology, people can control the color, brightness and timer for the bulbs right from the palm of their hand. Other devices, including the Android, will be able to control the BlueBulb in the near future.
“We’ve been working around-the-clock to beat other smart bulbs like LIFX to market,” added Lakits. “People are amazed at how much fun it is to use your mobile device to control one million colors, including a brilliant white light. With so many choices, suddenly plain white light seems really old and boring!”
Gotta have ‘em? The revolutionary BlueBulb Bluetooth Bulb is available for a limited time to people who contribute. To learn more, visit FundAnything.
Journalists interested in interviewing BlueBulb CEO Peter Lakits and/or obtaining products for review should contact Steven Greene at 917-656-1837 (US) or Steve(at)SGPPR(dot)com.
6 watt and 9 watt LED bulbs
80 Lumen per watt
Socket type: E27
Typical viewing angle: 130°
Input voltage: 90-240
Housing material: plastic
Controllable from: iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPad 3, iPad 4, iPad mini. Android software will be available soon.