Excellent starter kit. It has "only" white lights, but it can be set to look like an old, honest light bulb. With one touch of a button you can move on to a very cold, almost blue, yet white, light. Such as may be in hospitals or in office buildings.
Even though these lights are limited, it's very good to start with this package. You will then get the hub required to expand the system, control over the network, and so forth, as well as a remote control and two lights. This is enough for a room (generally).
The remote control is simple, Off, On, more light, less light. Clicking "On" repeatedly gives you different tones / strengths on the light. These are standard blue and white (energy), white light (focus), yellowish light (living room) and then warm, yellowish light, mood light. Even less commonly used users should be able to use the remote control included, with their clearly marked four buttons.
It is then possible to buy light loops that are colored, and check these, even though this package contains only white-type lamps. I guess the colored lights work just as well as the colored loop. However, do not think try this, 500 for a colored lamp is a bit well. The loop I only control via my mobile phone.
To expand to a new room it costs about 400 SEK - it provides a remote control and a lamp. If you need more light bulbs, it may cost more, the cheapest white lamp costs about 189 kronor. Motion detectors cost about 400 kr.
As long as the lamp accommodates size, it fits all sockets for lamps. There is nothing special from the user, everything is built into the lamp.
One tip may be to avoid ceiling lamps / floor lamps designed to have two or more lamps, unless light is required. If so, in many rooms it will be expensive soon.
Another way to summarize the product: My mother was so impressed that she wanted some of these lamps she too. The motion detector to the hall was what made the concept go home properly.
If you have the least interest in smart homes, I recommend that you try this package. It works, always. Not only sometimes or most often. It's often the biggest problem with "smart" things, in my experience.