Hive Active Light Multi Colour - Bayonet B22 & Screw E27 - was £44 now £29.99 at Amazon
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Hive Active Light Multi Colour - Bayonet B22 & Screw E27 - was £44 now £29.99 at Amazon

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Found 21st Nov 2016
All Hive active bulbs reduced at Amazon:- white £13.99 from £19.99, tuneable white £19.99 from £29.99, multi-colour £29.99 from £44. Cheaper than British Gas even with 20% cashback offer for existing customers. Note that Hive hub is needed.

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Very good price i have 2 already paid 19.99

aren't these around £6 from the likes of Gearbest/Banggood?

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dillydilly

aren't these around £6 from the likes of Gearbest/Banggood?


No, these work with the Hive hub and other hive devices e.g. sockets, thermostat, motion sensors, window/door sensors etc. Also compatible into Amazon Alexa.

how much is the Hive hub?

John M

No, these work with the Hive hub and other hive devices e.g. sockets, … No, these work with the Hive hub and other hive devices e.g. sockets, thermostat, motion sensors, window/door sensors etc. Also compatible into Amazon Alexa.



Doesn't look like the colour bulbs are compatible with Alexa unfortunately.​

Why would you want one of these I have a hive ?

richb3012

Doesn't look like the colour bulbs are compatible with Alexa … Doesn't look like the colour bulbs are compatible with Alexa unfortunately.​


Up until about a week ago they weren't but Hive have updated and they work fine with Alexa now ,good price ,heat ..

marccuffe

Up until about a week ago they weren't but Hive have updated and they … Up until about a week ago they weren't but Hive have updated and they work fine with Alexa now ,good price ,heat ..



​Ok, does that include colour changing/dimming or just basic on/off?
Thanks

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richb3012

​Ok, does that include colour changing/dimming or just basic on/off?Thanks


Colour changing/dimming included.

Anyone know how these compare to the Philips hue, especially the new brighter colours?
I have an Echo, and looking to get some smart bulbs - can go for Philips or Hive, as don't have any of the gear yet.

These do seem cheaper.
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