Philips hue LED Lamp A60 E27 10 W Starter Set Including Bridge , Set of 3, Dimmable, 16 Million Colours, App Controlled £111.66 @ Amazon DE - HotUKDeals
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Philips hue LED Lamp A60 E27 10 W Starter Set Including Bridge , Set of 3, Dimmable, 16 Million Colours, App Controlled £111.66 @ Amazon DE

£111.66 @ Amazon Germany
Hi just purchased this on Amazon.de it's on offer for £111.66 & is priced at £206.28 on the uk site so a nice saving to be had. Hopefully be of interest to someone. Read More
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Hi just purchased this on Amazon.de it's on offer for £111.66 & is priced at £206.28 on the uk site so a nice saving to be had.

Hopefully be of interest to someone.
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#1
Love to see where this is over £200.....

Philips Hue White and Colour Ambience Wireless Lighting LED Starter Kit, Includes 3 x 9 W B22 Bayonet Cap Bulbs, 1 x Hue Bridge 2.0, 1 x Power Adapter (Apple HomeKit Enabled) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0152WXD18/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_TKz4xbJ1XD1SD
#2
I got these from Amazon.fr a while back for £90 and then I came to my senses and realised how crazy I was to spend that money on a few bulbs and sold them on. They are good but just a ridiculous price.
#3
oliverhussick
Love to see where this is over £200.....
Philips Hue White and Colour Ambience Wireless Lighting LED Starter Kit, Includes 3 x 9 W B22 Bayonet Cap Bulbs, 1 x Hue Bridge 2.0, 1 x Power Adapter (Apple HomeKit Enabled) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0152WXD18/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_TKz4xbJ1XD1SD

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B016151IRQ/?tag=
This is where it's being sold for £206.28 not sure of the difference myself but different ASIN numbers for both products. the one you linked to is B0152WXD18
and the one I posted is B016151IRQ
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Excellent quality, I even have the lights working with another app to wake me up naturally. Really good to welcome you home and auto switch off. Wouldn't be without them and they lift my mood in the morning as I suffer from SAD. You are or buying light bulbs, it's a smart lighting system. Hope this helps.
#5
Can you return to Amazon UK? Can I buy a converter as I have one bayonet fitting light? Many thanks
#6
3 bulbs for £110 Woow!!!! Lol
#7
wadz03
Can you return to Amazon UK? Can I buy a converter as I have one bayonet fitting light? Many thanks
id like to know this as well if anybody knows also I'm guessing a plug adapter is needed for the bridge?
#8
I voted hot as this is a good price for this kit (it's £150 everywhere else) but I think having coloured bulbs is a bit of a gimmick. The white bulb starter kit seems better value at £60 and the bulbs are a lot cheaper.

P.s. You can buy converters to convert edison type bulbs to bayonet.
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Zool
wadz03
Can you return to Amazon UK? Can I buy a converter as I have one bayonet fitting light? Many thanks
id like to know this as well if anybody knows also I'm guessing a plug adapter is needed for the bridge?
Its a 2 pin plug so you will need a UK adapter. You can buy Bayonet adapters for the E27 bulbs, plenty on Amazon/|Ebay for a few quid for the 3, just read reviews before buying them as some are cheap and nasty and dont meet the kite mark standards.
If the Hue is faulty you can return them to Amazon.de and they will pay for the return otherwise you will need to pay if its just returning as unwanted .
#10
I've preordered the Amazon Echo and am looking at the Philips Hue system. Why is this cold, is it cheaper elsewhere? (or does anyone know if there's any Echo compatible alternatives that are cheaper?)
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Lahn
I've preordered the Amazon Echo and am looking at the Philips Hue system. Why is this cold, is it cheaper elsewhere? (or does anyone know if there's any Echo compatible alternatives that are cheaper?)

I think the Wemo system might be compatible if you use ifttt.

It is a good price compared to other retailers but I think people are seeing three lightbulbs, looking at the price and voting cold based on that. It's a bit like when an iPhone 7 deal gets posted; no matter how good of a deal it is compared to other competitors, it's going to get voted cold.
#12
_Jon_
Lahn
I've preordered the Amazon Echo and am looking at the Philips Hue system. Why is this cold, is it cheaper elsewhere? (or does anyone know if there's any Echo compatible alternatives that are cheaper?)
I think the Wemo system might be compatible if you use ifttt.
It is a good price compared to other retailers but I think people are seeing three lightbulbs, looking at the price and voting cold based on that. It's a bit like when an iPhone 7 deal gets posted; no matter how good of a deal it is compared to other competitors, it's going to get voted cold.
I thought the Wemo plugs at £30/ea were too pricy too, so I bought some Orvibo plugs for £12/ea instead, I've found some perl+node.js libraries that means I hopefully can brew up some Echo skills and hook it into running some scripts on my microserver :)
#13
Lahn
I've preordered the Amazon Echo and am looking at the Philips Hue system. Why is this cold, is it cheaper elsewhere? (or does anyone know if there's any Echo compatible alternatives that are cheaper?)

HUKD seems to regularly vote these cold, even when they're quite good prices. I think it's partly because it's a high price for lightbulbs but I think there's also lots of people who don't realise there's a difference between the colour and white bulbs so vote cold because they've seen the white bulbs for £15 each.

I'm looking for some bulbs to go with my echo too. Seems that it's only Hue or Lifx that are compatible with the echo directly, though some people seem to get other bulbs working with some coding/homebrew skills. I personally have little knowledge of the coding side of things so I'm on the look out for some Hue or Lifx bulbs on the cheap.
#14
bccben
Lahn
I've preordered the Amazon Echo and am looking at the Philips Hue system. Why is this cold, is it cheaper elsewhere? (or does anyone know if there's any Echo compatible alternatives that are cheaper?)
HUKD seems to regularly vote these cold, even when they're quite good prices. I think it's partly because it's a high price for lightbulbs but I think there's also lots of people who don't realise there's a difference between the colour and white bulbs so vote cold because they've seen the white bulbs for £15 each.
I'm looking for some bulbs to go with my echo too. Seems that it's only Hue or Lifx that are compatible with the echo directly, though some people seem to get other bulbs working with some coding/homebrew skills. I personally have little knowledge of the coding side of things so I'm on the look out for some Hue or Lifx bulbs on the cheap.
Just yesterday, I ordered a Xiaomi wifi bulb (and wifi plug) - I fully plan to tinker and see if I can hack it (if I manage, I'll write up an article and try to publish simple how-tos), worst case, it cost me £8.20 on Ebay.
Thanks for the heads up with Lifx, I haven't heard of them since their crowd funding long ago, will look into that too!
#15
I've ordered this item from Amazon de which shows the latest price as EUR 139.99 exclude with postage, I paid £132 for it.
#16
Argos are currently offering 10% off these via the code 'HOME10', so it brings the price down to about £135.

They are currently out of stock until around 5/10, but you can reserve and pay now. Not sure when the code stops working.
#17
Are these the new "Richer Colours" bulbs?

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