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Echo Dot (3rd Gen) + Philips hue white and colour Twin Pack (B22) Bluetooth no hub required - £61.99 @ Amazon
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Echo Dot (3rd Gen) + Philips hue white and colour Twin Pack (B22) Bluetooth no hub required - £61.99 @ Amazon

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Good deal I think... Although I think the colour bulbs are a rip off... So much so that I bought 12 gu10s, button, and hub!....yes... Was an expensive black Friday.. but ihl have to confess.. loved the variable colours...
If you plan to have more than 10 Bluetooth lights like me then buy Philips hub, otherwise your lights will stop working
Any deals inc a hub? Didn’t realise Alexa had to be close to every light in order to pick up the signal
Can the lights still be controlled via the Philips Hue app and change colours?
Can anyone possibly help me regarding hue bulbs? I bought 4 gu10s to go in a single bedroom light last week, no hub just using the bluetooth app, I have connected to Alexa but when I ask to turn them on and off they go on and off out of sync? Is this normal? Or is it because I don't have a hub? TIA. Have had a google but can't find an answer
have you grouped them in a room - that's what you would do with the Hue App
Darthballs03/12/2019 22:56

have you grouped them in a room - that's what you would do with the Hue App


There doesn't appear to be that option with the bluetooth app? I just have them listed as seperate bulbs. I had a feeling that might be the case. I take it they go off in sync then normally using the hub? Thank you for your help
yes if you group them and then say for instance 'alexa switch off the bedroom lights' it switches them all off simultaneously
see if you can group them in the alexa app:

imore.com/how…cho
kieferrocks03/12/2019 23:17

There doesn't appear to be that option with the bluetooth app? I just have …There doesn't appear to be that option with the bluetooth app? I just have them listed as seperate bulbs. I had a feeling that might be the case. I take it they go off in sync then normally using the hub? Thank you for your help


Should be bedroom , then make write as your bedroom . Then it says add bulbs and add all.
When I did mine I had to write serial numbers on too last year but this year they have bluetooth
If use Bluetooth version with no hub can be ou still use timers and out of home control?
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