Philips Hue Colour and White Ambiance Wireless Lighting LED Colour Changing Light Bulb - 9 W B22 Bayonet Cap Light Bulb [Apple HomeKit Enabled] £25.99 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Philips Hue Colour and White Ambiance Wireless Lighting LED Colour Changing Light Bulb - 9 W B22 Bayonet Cap Light Bulb [Apple HomeKit Enabled] £25.99 @ Amazon

£25.99 @ Amazon
Philips Hue Colour and White Ambiance Wireless Lighting LED Colour Changing Light Bulb - 9 W B22 Bayonet Cap Light Bulb Normal price is £49.99 but on an Amazon Lightning deal today for £25.99. This…
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Philips Hue Colour and White Ambiance Wireless Lighting LED Colour Changing Light Bulb - 9 W B22 Bayonet Cap Light Bulb

Normal price is £49.99 but on an Amazon Lightning deal today for £25.99. This appears to be just B22 bayonet cap, not the E27 Edison screw.
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1 Like #1
Wow that's a great price.
#2
this is going to get smoking hot 8)
1 Like #3
Was only looking for 2 of the White Ambiance for outdoor porch lights, but may aswell get these now as at least the colour is there when/if I need it. Be good to create a bit of atmosphere at Christmas/Halloween etc. Now my only decision is 2 of these or the starter set for £86.99 and sell the hub, effectively giving me 3 bulbs for around £55!
1 Like #4
fmillington
Was only looking for 2 of the White Ambiance for outdoor porch lights, but may aswell get these now as at least the colour is there when/if I need it. Be good to create a bit of atmosphere at Christmas/Halloween etc. Now my only decision is 2 of these or the starter set for £86.99 and sell the hub, effectively giving me 3 bulbs for around £55!


I was just thinking the same haha
#5
Just need to point out I think this is the older model not the latest richer colours version. Still a good price.
#6
weren't these 25 on black friday?
3 Likes #7
turbo_c
weren't these 25 on black friday?

http://s2.quickmeme.com/img/de/dedd628159768267761015c6ddc7eafae519ef87792eac1be637c256761aa672.jpg
#8
socratisuk
Just need to point out I think this is the older model not the latest richer colours version. Still a good price.


Yes I think they are the older bulbs, the newer bulbs have been a fiver more, I still think it's a good deal but I would rather spend the extra fiver as some of the colours on this bulb are quite weak..
#9
First time ive wondered how these work. ..
Fo i just push and go?
#10
mymymy
First time ive wondered how these work. ..
Fo i just push and go?


Yes - to an extent, to get the full benefit you need a Philips bridge to control them
#11
Seems a lot for a light bulb. You can get a colour changing led bulb from home bargains for about 8 quid if you're not bothered about connecting to your smartphone.
#12
Macdory
turbo_c
weren't these 25 on black friday?

http://s2.quickmeme.com/img/de/dedd628159768267761015c6ddc7eafae519ef87792eac1be637c256761aa672.jpg


​easy, I was just asking a question.
1 Like #13
what generation are they?
#14
The three butb kit with hub is a great deal - going to swap three white lights at home for the colours and then will have a hub+3 white lights to sell. Won't cost me much to upgrade to colour :)
#15
I paid around this price for a few white ambience bulbs over a month ago and they still in the box. Need to get on chat and see if Amazon will take them back.
#16
not "Richer Colour" but nice price
#17
turbo_c
Macdory
turbo_c
weren't these 25 on black friday?
http://s2.quickmeme.com/img/de/dedd628159768267761015c6ddc7eafae519ef87792eac1be637c256761aa672.jpg
​easy, I was just asking a question.
Apparently this site has become more of a price comparison site rather than one for highlighting great deals.
#18
Never thought id see the day when £25.99 is considered cheap for a bulb, albeit a coloured one
#19
fatboyhurst
Never thought id see the day when £25.99 is considered cheap for a bulb, albeit a coloured one


​Welcome to 2016 then!
#20
All gone
#21
Out of curiosity, do you not get bored with the colour changing bulbs? I can see the novelty with this item at first but then I can imagine me just using plain old white. Also, do you use these as the main light source in the room or as ambient lighting with a lamp? Thanks :)
#22
expire. gone.
#23
Digital_plumber
The three butb kit with hub is a great deal - going to swap three white lights at home for the colours and then will have a hub+3 white lights to sell. Won't cost me much to upgrade to colour :)


​I guarantee you'll find somewhere else to put the white ones - I've done this so many times lol.
#24
Did seem to be sold out but I kept trying and just got the starter set!
#25
Shows in the app as in stock on 28th but wont let me select amazon as the seller?
#26
I'm a complete fool when it comes to this Philips hue stuff, could someone tell me everything I would need to have a lightning setup around my desk please? Would be most grateful lol
1 Like #27
kialeekaylee666
I'm a complete fool when it comes to this Philips hue stuff, could someone tell me everything I would need to have a lightning setup around my desk please? Would be most grateful lol


You need a bridge to start which comes in a starter set then add whatever bulbs you like. The bridge is the controller for the bulbs and light strips etc
3 Likes #28
OdhranC
Out of curiosity, do you not get bored with the colour changing bulbs? I can see the novelty with this item at first but then I can imagine me just using plain old white. Also, do you use these as the main light source in the room or as ambient lighting with a lamp? Thanks :)
What generally tends to happen is you go mad for the first couple of days and make your house look like a scene from Amsterdam, but then once you start to experiment, you create scenes for different things. For example when I watch TV I have the strip around the TV blue and the table lamps a low warm white (like what you get in a cinema with the surrounding wall lights). Then in the bedroom to wake me up I use a strong "energising" colour instead of a radio. Study has a blue light for concentration and the girls have them pink. There are loads of apps out there as well that can change the scenes dynamically, like passing clouds.

That's before you get into creating scenes and using your watch or Amazon echo or ifttt to control it.

You're not paying £25 for a colour changing lightbulb that others have already mentioned for far less, you are paying for an ecosystem that can be controlled and manipulated with so many other products.


Edited By: Ockingshay on Dec 26, 2016 13:17: Typo
#29
£42 now
#30
Oos
#31
Back in stock but they bumped the price this afternoon. So much for a daily deal. Now I'm kicking myself for not getting it at midnight last night when I spotted this

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