I keep waiting on products I want to be at the right price and the right application. Landscape lighting is one of those products I’m waiting for. Hue has developed their outdoor smart led lighting, but it is way overpriced IMHO. I love the wyze products I have and the customer support. As customers wait for wyze to continue to deliver reasonably priced exceptional products, we can only wait so long. I think getting in while Philips Hue is the only player would be great. I want multi-color LED landscape lighting to assist me in not only increasing the exterior lighting for security reasons and general aesthetic reasons, but also seasonal decorating reasons. The only competition to Philips are generic LED lights that have remotes rather than wifi controlled to connect to Alexa, Google, or IFTTT. With Wyze entering the Smart bulb arena, outdoor landscape lighting is within reason i would like to think. Thanks Wyze and looking forward to all the other great products of the future.
I would also like to see some outdoor lighting options from wyze. It would be great to be able to control each light’s color and brightness individually as well.
Bumping this to the top now that smart lighting is a little more popular. Anyone else want this like I do? A well done system can increase curb appeal, home value, safety and security. Would love to see an offering from Wyze.
Would love to see some landscape lighting such as pathlights that are motion sensing. Could go a long way to help really pinpoint the motion detection for other devices, or be linked to turn on when other devices detect motion as well.
Either solar or battery operated (so long as you can use the rechargeable batteries) would be great!
Solar Outdoor LED Landscaping Spotlights
I am a HUGE Wyze fan with a product suggestion. I have several outdoor LED Landscaping Spotlights I use to shine light on my house and trees. If you guys can make a lamp you can make these. From a consumers point of view, I would need to purchase at least 12 of them. So this would be a great addition to the Wyze family of products. Make them WiFi capable with Solar Powered batteries and/or micro USB rechargeable. Obviously it would be awesome to be able to manage the dimness and color tone of these solar lights from the Wyze app. Maybe even implement the Wyze color light bulb in these so I could add color to my house during Halloween and Christmas. This is coming from the guy who suggested the Wyze Mapping Feature. I hope this helps.
I would prefer a wired option. Solar and battery powered units are lacking in intensity and have other aspects that turn me off.
Would love for Wyze to create a solar 6 led landscape lights in a modern simple design
Would be nice to have options of landscape spots and lighting to go eoth the sprinkler controller yard hardware etc.
Now that they’ve released their color bulb and shown the have experience with color lighting I too would like to see them expand this, especially outdoors. Something to rival Philips Hue’s spotlights, bollards, and/or even outdoor lightstrips.
We’ve slowly increased our use of various smarthome technologies. Unfortunately the pace at which we’ve done it seems to, in many cases be just ahead of the curve of Wyze’s release of new products. I would love for this not to be the case, though as we are looking currently at outdoor lighting and Wyze has said “maybe later” and it is not currently in development this will continue to be the case.
Smart technology in landscape lighting seem to be hard to put together, expensive, and it is not always intuitive. I can image Wyze creating products that can intuitively use it’s smart tech in lighting, motion sensors, cams, and etc to make an immersive experience in light scaping. Additionally, this adds to the home security and scenic options that will make your home stand out. Imagine how much product could be streamlined to landscaping tech.
Vote with me to challenge Wyze in creating landscape lighting smart tech that is immersive and intuitive.
I found a 6 led dual cell is very bright and works very well.