Philips Hue White Ambiance Wireless Lighting Bulbs - £18.74 (Prime) / £22.73 (non Prime) @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Philips Hue White Ambiance Wireless Lighting Bulbs - £18.74 (Prime) / £22.73 (non Prime) @ Amazon

£18.74 @ Amazon
Both bayonet and Edison screw Philips Hue White Ambiance bulbs are currently £18.74. I imagine this is in response to Argos reducing prices but, unlike Argos, Amazon actually have these in stock! Read More
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Both bayonet and Edison screw Philips Hue White Ambiance bulbs are currently £18.74.

I imagine this is in response to Argos reducing prices but, unlike Argos, Amazon actually have these in stock!
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These have different hues of white going from very warm to very cool light. This is a great price for these bulbs. I just got the normal white hue bulbs and some osram lightify colour ones for my set. If this deal was on the other day I would have definitely opted for these instead.
#3
Saw it on Argos and by the time I got home yesterday they were on Amazon. Have some heat. Just a little bit closer to having a smart home using Alexa and Tado. All done on the cheap after the Ocado Groupon deal and these. £81 and I now have 4 bulbs and the Bridge. Loving HotUKDeals!

Edited By: Hocus on Oct 13, 2016 09:17
1 Like #4
My whole house has hue now, mainly so I could enjoy the novelty of controlling it via the Amazon Echo. But then the hue motion sensors were released last week, and that has made it even more amazing. Hardly ever talk to Alexa any more!
2 Likes #5
Wish they'd make an SES version of the hue bulbs as most medium to small light fittings in the UK are SES lamp holders
1 Like #6
the bulbs that Argos are selling are the older version. they don't produce as much light, 600 lumins as apposed to 800 with the new version from amazon I believe...
#7
thrower74
the bulbs that Argos are selling are the older version. they don't produce as much light, 600 lumins as apposed to 800 with the new version from amazon I believe...
Where does it say on the Argos site they are 1st gen bulbs?
#8
Does uk alexa now work with hue and maybe IFTTT finally?
#9
UK Alexa works with Hue, and works well. IFTTT support is supposedly on the way.
#10
RUGAAL
Does uk alexa now work with hue and maybe IFTTT finally?
The Amazon Echo has worked with hue since the day it was released in the UK.

However, it only supports the basic commands at the moment. For example, you can turn individual lights on and off, or specify how bright you want them to be. You can also control groups of lights, but only if you set them up within the Alexa app first (not sure why it can't just use the groups you've already created in the hue app...). Unless you specify which light/group you want to turn on, Alexa will turn on every light in the house.

The deficiencies are more noticeable if you have color hue bulbs, as there is no way to use Alexa to change the colours or set scenes.
1 Like #11
@gruffer totally correct. I tried using my groups set up on my Hue hub before finally figuring out I had to create new groups in the Alexa app.
#12
Voted cold because John Lewis are doing same price so no need for prime membership therefore cheaper.
#13
WimpSlayer
Voted cold because John Lewis are doing same price so no need for prime membership therefore cheaper.
Oooo, harsh. How much is their delivery charge? Because driving there/ catching a bus/ cycling there all cost money! (P.S: Because you have to buy a bike. P.P.S: Even your friend's bike cost him money)

Edited By: wtaf on Oct 30, 2016 23:04
#14
wtaf
WimpSlayer
Voted cold because John Lewis are doing same price so no need for prime membership therefore cheaper.
Oooo, harsh. How much is their delivery charge? Because driving there/ catching a bus/ cycling there all cost money! (P.S: Because you have to buy a bike. P.P.S: Even your friend's bike cost him money)


Haha don't mean to be harsh! I got one yesterday from John Lewis store however the price tag on shelf was showing full price £25.

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