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Posted 16th Nov 2019

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19 Comments
How much is the starter kit on its own?
MrSwitch16/11/2019 07:01

£99.95 On AmazonIf its the same one


Looks like the same but that's insane, 100 quid for 2 bulbs
Not a great deal, I paid £60 for the starter kit with 3 bulbs and the bridge. Sure this will be cheaper next week
plane_boy200016/11/2019 07:31

Not a great deal, I paid £60 for the starter kit with 3 bulbs and the …Not a great deal, I paid £60 for the starter kit with 3 bulbs and the bridge. Sure this will be cheaper next week


Three colour bulbs and bridge? Where was that? it sounds like deal of a lifetime
west466416/11/2019 07:45

Three colour bulbs and bridge? Where was that? it sounds like deal of a …Three colour bulbs and bridge? Where was that? it sounds like deal of a lifetime


Yep, colour. From amazon, just keep an eye out
plane_boy200016/11/2019 07:31

Not a great deal, I paid £60 for the starter kit with 3 bulbs and the …Not a great deal, I paid £60 for the starter kit with 3 bulbs and the bridge. Sure this will be cheaper next week


I don't believe this, sorry. That's too cheap

I need the hue hub £41 and 2 e14 bulbs color £68.40 and one e27 bulb color £37.98 and cheapest I can find that is Amazon so total cost is £147.38
Edited by: "efc_4ever" 16th Nov 2019
efc_4ever16/11/2019 08:11

I don't believe this, sorry. That's too cheapI need the hue hub £41 and 2 …I don't believe this, sorry. That's too cheapI need the hue hub £41 and 2 e14 bulbs color £68.40 and one e27 bulb color £37.98 and cheapest I can find that is Amazon so total cost is £147.38


It was £87 bundled with Amazon echo dot. Worth to wait for a week, for a Black Friday prices.
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efc_4ever16/11/2019 08:11

I don't believe this, sorry. That's too cheapI need the hue hub £41 and 2 …I don't believe this, sorry. That's too cheapI need the hue hub £41 and 2 e14 bulbs color £68.40 and one e27 bulb color £37.98 and cheapest I can find that is Amazon so total cost is £147.38


I got a starter kit for £48.95 from Amazon which contained a bridge and 2 colour E27 bulbs so I don't think it's a stretch to believe someone could get a kit with an additional bulb for £12 extra.
Hyper_Z16/11/2019 08:32

It was £87 bundled with Amazon echo dot. Worth to wait for a week, for a …It was £87 bundled with Amazon echo dot. Worth to wait for a week, for a Black Friday prices. [Image]


That's for the B22 bulbs though isn't it? And no e27 bulb or e14 bulbs which is what I require
lirem16/11/2019 08:33

I got a starter kit for £48.95 from Amazon which contained a bridge and 2 …I got a starter kit for £48.95 from Amazon which contained a bridge and 2 colour E27 bulbs so I don't think it's a stretch to believe someone could get a kit with an additional bulb for £12 extra.


Wow that's good deal. See for my starter kit with the bridge and 2 e14 bulbs is coming out at £109 then I need an additional e27 bulb at £37 each. Which bundle should I be looking at getting? Maybe I'm not finding the correct bundle
Edited by: "efc_4ever" 16th Nov 2019
efc_4ever16/11/2019 08:36

Wow that's good deal. See for my starter kit with the bridge and 2 e14 …Wow that's good deal. See for my starter kit with the bridge and 2 e14 bulbs is coming out at £109 then I need an additional e27 bulb at £37 each. Which bundle should I be looking at getting? Maybe I'm not finding the correct bundle


Starter kit with two E27 and a Google Mini was £69 from Curry's last year. Probably be the same this year.
west466416/11/2019 07:45

Three colour bulbs and bridge? Where was that? it sounds like deal of a …Three colour bulbs and bridge? Where was that? it sounds like deal of a lifetime


I didn't pay far off that for three RGBW hue lights, the bridge, hue light switch and the Google Mini ...Yay!
Edf have had a few "smart" deals recently. Including, buy a Ring 2 doorbell, and get an Echo show 5 free. And a £25 credit off anything, just for being a EDF smart meter customer.
efc_4ever16/11/2019 08:36

Wow that's good deal. See for my starter kit with the bridge and 2 e14 …Wow that's good deal. See for my starter kit with the bridge and 2 e14 bulbs is coming out at £109 then I need an additional e27 bulb at £37 each. Which bundle should I be looking at getting? Maybe I'm not finding the correct bundle



I don't think you'll have much luck with a starter kit for E14 bulbs. I can't recall ever seeing one. The £109 deal you've referenced is a bundle rather than a proper starter kit. Your best bet is probably to get an E27 starter kit then buy the E14 bulbs separately.

Have you thought about E14 to E27 adapters? They're not always suitable.

Keep an eye out for the 'Used' bit of Amazon. That's how I got my starter kit. It was a customer return in perfect condition. Used items from Amazon do carry a degree of risk because some people send back fake or incorrect items which Amazon then unknowingly sell on. You can return items if that happens to you.
lirem:


I don't think you'll have much luck with a starter kit for E14 bulbs. I can't recall ever seeing one. The £109 deal you've referenced is a bundle rather than a proper starter kit. Your best bet is probably to get an E27 starter kit then buy the E14 bulbs separately.

Have you thought about E14 to E27 adapters? They're not always suitable.

Keep an eye out for the 'Used' bit of Amazon. That's how I got my starter kit. It was a customer return in perfect condition. Used items from Amazon do carry a degree of risk because some people send back fake or incorrect items which Amazon then unknowingly sell on. You can return items if that happens to you.

The e14 to e27 adapter would allow me to put the e27 bulbs into my e14 lights at home yes?

Only problem with that is if the e27 bulb would fit due to the amount of space there is where the bulb fits as it just about fits a candle bulb in
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Edited by: "efc_4ever" 16th Nov 2019
efc_4ever16/11/2019 18:36

lirem:I don't think you'll have much luck with a starter kit for E14 …lirem:I don't think you'll have much luck with a starter kit for E14 bulbs. I can't recall ever seeing one. The £109 deal you've referenced is a bundle rather than a proper starter kit. Your best bet is probably to get an E27 starter kit then buy the E14 bulbs separately. Have you thought about E14 to E27 adapters? They're not always suitable. Keep an eye out for the 'Used' bit of Amazon. That's how I got my starter kit. It was a customer return in perfect condition. Used items from Amazon do carry a degree of risk because some people send back fake or incorrect items which Amazon then unknowingly sell on. You can return items if that happens to you.The e14 to e27 adapter would allow me to put the e27 bulbs into my e14 lights at home yes?Only problem with that is if the e27 bulb would fit due to the amount of space there is where the bulb fits as it just about fits a candle bulb in[Image]


Yes an adapter would allow you to use an E27 bulb in your E14 lights at home.

Space can be an issue with the adapters. The adapters add quite a bit of length to the E27 bulb (which might already be longer than an E14) so the whole setup can end up being too large. From the photo you've sent it does look like E27 bulbs with adapters wouldn't be suitable.

I'd have a think about whether you will make use of the coloured bulbs. I've got 2 and the novelty wears off quickly. I use them as normal white ambiance bulbs now.

Probably best to wait until Black Friday before making your decision.
lirem16/11/2019 22:29

Yes an adapter would allow you to use an E27 bulb in your E14 lights at …Yes an adapter would allow you to use an E27 bulb in your E14 lights at home.Space can be an issue with the adapters. The adapters add quite a bit of length to the E27 bulb (which might already be longer than an E14) so the whole setup can end up being too large. From the photo you've sent it does look like E27 bulbs with adapters wouldn't be suitable. I'd have a think about whether you will make use of the coloured bulbs. I've got 2 and the novelty wears off quickly. I use them as normal white ambiance bulbs now. Probably best to wait until Black Friday before making your decision.


Do the normal ones go up to 6500k though? Or are they more of a yellow colour to them?

You see I like the ice blue/white colour and from the look of the normal ones it seems the colour temp is 2700k max I think which is not white enough for me
Edited by: "efc_4ever" 16th Nov 2019
The normal 'Philips Hue white' bulbs are 2700k but there's also 'Philips Hue white ambiance' bulbs which have an adjustable colour temperature of 2200k-6500k.

The white ambiance bulbs are a bit of a middle ground between the standard white bulbs and the full colour bulbs.
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