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Echo Flex + Philips Hue White & Colour Ambiance Smart Bulb Twin Pack (E27) Bluetooth/ZigBee compatible (no hub required) £49.98 @ Amazon
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Echo Flex + Philips Hue White & Colour Ambiance Smart Bulb Twin Pack (E27) Bluetooth/ZigBee compatible (no hub required) £49.98 @ Amazon

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Posted 17th Jun
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  • This bundle contains an Echo Flex and Philips Hue White & Colour 2-pack Smart Bulbs—everything you need to start your smart home.
  • Better with Alexa: connect your Philips Hue smart lights to Alexa for easy voice control. Just ask, “Alexa, turn on the living room light".
  • Simple to set up: easily connect Philips Hue smart lights to your Echo device via Bluetooth, no hub required. Just turn on your light bulb and say “Alexa, discover devices”.
  • Make any space a little smarter: Echo Flex lets you get help from Alexa in more places in your home.
  • Ready to help: ask Alexa to play music, answer questions, read the news, check the weather, set alarms, control compatible smart home devices and more.
  • 2 choices for easy smart lighting: get started with smart lighting using Hue Smart bulbs and your Echo device. This setup supports up to 5 Hue Bluetooth-compatible smart bulbs. Add the Hue Hub for comprehensive smart home lighting (up to 50 light points), with increased range and bonus features.
  • Hands-free voice control: wind down before bed without touching your phone. Just say, “Alexa, dim the lights”. Cooking with two-hands full? Just ask Alexa to make your lights brighter, to better see your recipe.
  • Existing Philips Hue customers: While Bluetooth compatible, this smart light will continue to work with your Hue Hub and can be seamlessly integrated into your Hue Ecosystem. Continue to light your home smarter with Philips Hue.
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Was about to pull the trigger on the Currys deal, but for an extra £3.24 for the Flex makes this very tempting.
Purchased this last week. For those that don't know about the echo flex : it's not as loud as the echo dot so don't buy if you want to play music. The reason I purchased this is it's plugged straight in to the socket and so it's great for the hallway - you can also buy an additional sensor for £15( works not only with lights but I think everything on alexa, so you can set greetings etc when you walk past at a certain time (or you could be more creative and switch on your routines and what not) .
The other addition is a night light but I wasn't really interested in that.

So because of the sensor much prefer this to an echo dot. But I have a few echo dots already.
Edited by: "1qw" 17th Jun
1qw17/06/2020 15:35

Purchased this last week. For those that don't know about the echo flex : …Purchased this last week. For those that don't know about the echo flex : it's not as loud as the echo dot so don't buy if you want to play music. The reason I purchased this is it's plugged straight in to the socket and so it's great for the hallway - you can also buy an additional sensor for £15( works not only with lights but I think everything on alexa, so you can set greetings etc when you walk past at a certain time (or you could be more creative and switch on your routines and what not) .The other addition is a night light but I wasn't really interested in that.So because of the sensor much prefer this to an echo dot. But I have a few echo dots already.


That's what I was thinking - perhaps buy the sensor as a cheaper option than the hue sensor (albeit constrained by the location of the plug).
Matholwch17/06/2020 16:02

That's what I was thinking - perhaps buy the sensor as a cheaper option …That's what I was thinking - perhaps buy the sensor as a cheaper option than the hue sensor (albeit constrained by the location of the plug).


Even if you just sell the Echo Flex on eBay this is the way to go. Purchased this bundle last week and shifted the Flex for £18 + P&P the same day.
Annoying that the bayonet bulbs cost more.
Cheers.
Has the price gone up or is there a code?
sid_chou26/06/2020 14:27

Has the price gone up or is there a code?



Looks like it's finished. Would've bought at £50 and sold the Flex - need two E27 coloured bulbs for lounge lamps. Think I'll just wait and hope a deal with twin bulbs at a good price comes along again.
Becomes a pain after a while with using Bluetooth; probs want a hub at some point if you intend to have multiple devices.
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