Amazon Prime - Philips Hue White Single LED E27 Light Bulbs 3 for £19.98 or 9.99 each. (+£3.99 Non Prime)
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Amazon Prime - Philips Hue White Single LED E27 Light Bulbs 3 for £19.98 or 9.99 each. (+£3.99 Non Prime)

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Found 6th Dec
Philips Hue White Single LED E27 Light Bulb, Works with Alexa, 9.5 W

[Energy Class A+]

3 for £19.98 or £9.99 each!

28 Comments

Great deal! ordered 1 x E27 and 2 x B22

Just need a deal on a motion sensor now!
Edited by: "daymouse" 6th Dec

Time to move my bulbs around again! Great deal thanks OP.

daymouse16 m ago

Great deal! ordered 1 x E27 and 2 x B22Just need a deal on a motion sensor …Great deal! ordered 1 x E27 and 2 x B22Just need a deal on a motion sensor now!


How did you get the B22?

do you need a hue bridge to connect these to an echo dot ?

elfinzz1 m ago

do you need a hue bridge to connect these to an echo dot ?


Yes you do

Is it worth getting the bridge seperately, or just ordering a starter kit.
I was thinking to order three of these bulbs and source a hue bridge elsewhere.

What are these for? Room light, car or?

dealerxxx7 m ago

What are these for? Room light, car or?


They are perfect as a beacon of education

dawsonz13 m ago

Is it worth getting the bridge seperately, or just ordering a starter …Is it worth getting the bridge seperately, or just ordering a starter kit.I was thinking to order three of these bulbs and source a hue bridge elsewhere.


Starter kit always seems quite expensive. There are loads of first gen hubs second hand. I have first gen it's fine.

Not sure why OP says +3.99 for non prime, I’m none Prime and have just ordered 3 bulbs at 19.98, because it was over £20 before the discount I qualified for free delivery.

marmot2 m ago

Starter kit always seems quite expensive. There are loads of first gen …Starter kit always seems quite expensive. There are loads of first gen hubs second hand. I have first gen it's fine.


Just had a browse on ebay, any ovbious differences between first/second gen?

h3llo_fr1end2 m ago

Not sure why OP says +3.99 for non prime, I’m none Prime and have just o …Not sure why OP says +3.99 for non prime, I’m none Prime and have just ordered 3 bulbs at 19.98, because it was over £20 before the discount I qualified for free delivery.



'Not sure why?'

You appear to have answered your own question in your reply there, my friend.

dawsonz22 m ago

Just had a browse on ebay, any ovbious differences between first/second …Just had a browse on ebay, any ovbious differences between first/second gen?


Wait until next week as it Amazon's connected week with deals on all smart devices. Starter kits always going to be better price than single, even if you end up selling hub. The new wave of people unloading hubs should reduce price on eBay. You may wonder why you want colour but with such a small price difference it doesn't make sense not to. You can then use the colour to let you know if temp is below 18°, flash on doorbell or email etc.

0dd8a1121 m ago

Wait until next week as it Amazon's connected week with deals on all smart …Wait until next week as it Amazon's connected week with deals on all smart devices. Starter kits always going to be better price than single, even if you end up selling hub. The new wave of people unloading hubs should reduce price on eBay. You may wonder why you want colour but with such a small price difference it doesn't make sense not to. You can then use the colour to let you know if temp is below 18°, flash on doorbell or email etc.


Wasn't aware they have a connected week, thanks for the heads up, i'll see what ebay has to offer aferwards. I've ordered these bulbs as a start and will see what else is available.

Are these just for lazy people?

shame you need a hub

wakkaday13 m ago

shame you need a hub


If you have the new, more expensive Amazon Echo, you won't need an additional hub, the hue bulbs will work directly with the Echo

motionwerk3 h, 5 m ago

They are perfect as a beacon of education


Whatever that means.

Man! Bought them for £25 last week.

chelseablue2 h, 23 m ago

Are these just for lazy people?


No people who talk crap can also buy them. Get yourself some!

steven5watson25 m ago

No people who talk crap can also buy them. Get yourself some!


Unlike you I don't mind getting off my backside to turn the lights on or off, so I guess they are for lazy people like you.

The smaller E14s are more than twice the price! That sucks... Good deal for E27s though

chelseablue40 m ago

Unlike you I don't mind getting off my backside to turn the lights on or … Unlike you I don't mind getting off my backside to turn the lights on or off, so I guess they are for lazy people like you.


What about turning them on when you are away for security purposes?

Original Poster

stu8311 m ago

The smaller E14s are more than twice the price! That sucks... Good deal …The smaller E14s are more than twice the price! That sucks... Good deal for E27s though


You can get a converter for cheap if you are interested.

chelseablue1 h, 26 m ago

Unlike you I don't mind getting off my backside to turn the lights on or … Unlike you I don't mind getting off my backside to turn the lights on or off, so I guess they are for lazy people like you.


Hahahaha. Burn.

solid4 h, 54 m ago

If you have the new, more expensive Amazon Echo, you won't need an …If you have the new, more expensive Amazon Echo, you won't need an additional hub, the hue bulbs will work directly with the Echo


but that has to remain in the room where the bulbs are right?

or could i get small secondary echos and use that in other rooms?

wakkaday36 m ago

but that has to remain in the room where the bulbs are right?or could i …but that has to remain in the room where the bulbs are right?or could i get small secondary echos and use that in other rooms?


Zigbee's range is pretty good (so if your WiFi extends to there, you should certainly be ok)
Also part of the Zigbee specification is that the devices act as repeaters to extend your network, so you should be fine.
Edited by: "raphaelw" 6th Dec
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