The first thing that got my attention was the construction. I expected the Multi-Color E27 LED Light Bulb with Remote to become of cheap, fragile plastic construction, but it is actually very solid and also good weight. The size is about so long as a PAR20 bulb and almost just as wide as an MR16.
The color it creates is incredibly vibrant, very saturated. The transitions are clean and have an attractive appearance. As one reviewer mentioned earlier, situations are a bit more around the dim side. The brightest colors (blue and white) are comparable to a 20 watt bulb as well as the dimmest color (red) is approximately an 8 watt bulb. While this great for mood lighting, like a party-lighting solution, you will require many bulbs. I recommend searching out and buying the bulb by the same seller without the remote when getting multiples. It saves several bucks and you can utilize the same remote for all your bulbs.
The remote features a array of about six feet leading to a 60 degree spread. It's signal easily experiences recessed cans (as long as you point it on the bulb).
The Multi-Color E27 LED Light Bulb with Remote will have a memory of the last setting these folks were on when turning them on, through either the remote or power switch, as long as they may be "trained" with the setting and then leave it on for at least a few minutes. I actually do notice that, when on solids at max brightness, the bulb controller flickers every once in a while. It is not enough do bother me, however i do notice it every once in awhile.
I will definitely be incorporating these Multi-Color E27 LED Light Bulb with Remote in the future lighting ideas.