Love this trendy filament bulb? It's actually a £12.99 smart bulb you can control with your phone

Winter is coming, and this smart bulb deal shouldn't be missed. Turn your lights on before you get home for just £12.99 – no more searching for that switch...

Kasa Smart Bulb by TP-Link
(Image credit: Kasa)

Looking to buy a smart bulb? Whether you live alone or arrive home first, it's all fun and games in the summer, but come wintertime when it's dark by 5pm, it can be a little daunting. The best way to solve this – and not suffer from a high electricity bill – is to buy a smart bulb, which you can turn on before you get home. Control it while you're out, and it will make it look like someone is home when it's dark outside, too.

You can even connect smart light bulbs to smart assistants – Alexa, Microsoft Cortana, Google Home – so you can control them with your voice. Zero effort required to turn on your lights. Smart light bulbs are usually dimmable, too, and can be set on a timer to turn on or off at the same time every day, even when you are on holiday.

We've spotted a great smart lightbulb deal ahead of Amazon Prime Day 2020, and it'll cost you only £12.99. The best part? Apart from the fact Kasa manufacture some of the best smart bulbs around, for those who love open lighting, the Kasa Smart Bulb by TP-Link is a filament bulb. It looks the part and plays the (smart) part. 

Control it via your smartphone, tablet or smart speaker, and there's no hub required, either. We've not spotted a smart bulb this cheap since last Black Friday. At this price, you can buy one for every room in the house.

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Annie Collyer
Annie Collyer

Annie joined the Real Homes team in 2018 after interning on Country & Town House. As the website's Deals Editor, Annie spends much of her time helping you find the best buys for your home – when she is not doing that, she is putting her research to use buying homeware online, or Instagramming her beautifully styled rooms.