Innr E27 RGBW Smart Bulb - Works with Hue / Alexa - £23.99 Amazon Lightening Deal @ Sold by Innr Lighting and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Innr E27 RGBW Smart Bulb - Works with Hue / Alexa - £23.99 Amazon Lightening Deal @ Sold by Innr Lighting and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 25th Dec 2017
Works fully with Hue. The Philips Hue version will cost you around £45.

  • Important note: Wirelessly dimmable. Works with Amazon Echo Plus or a bridge & app from Philips Hue*, Osram Lightify or Innr (sold separately). *does not work with Apple HomeKit
  • Voice controlled. Works with Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant and SmartThings when combined with a Hue bridge (or Echo Plus)
  • 16 Million colours of LED light. Pick a colour that matches your mood and colour your interior
  • Easy installation. Fits into your existing lamps with E27 Edison screw socket
  • Save energy. Innr bulbs use up to 80% less energy vs traditional light bulbs
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With the price of Hue plummeting and the chance of getting Xiaomi Yeelights (require no hub) direct from China at less than 7 quid (if you are quick and patient!) I don't see this as an amazing deal, sorry...
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With the price of Hue plummeting and the chance of getting Xiaomi Yeelights (require no hub) direct from China at less than 7 quid (if you are quick and patient!) I don't see this as an amazing deal, sorry...
bellboys34 m ago

With the price of Hue plummeting and the chance of getting Xiaomi …With the price of Hue plummeting and the chance of getting Xiaomi Yeelights (require no hub) direct from China at less than 7 quid (if you are quick and patient!) I don't see this as an amazing deal, sorry...


Isn't it a question of ecosystem? For people with home lighting on Hue (which has its benefits) this is quite a good deal.
I have recently added several IKEA smart lights to my hue system, these are cheaper and colour bulbs now available, colour individual bulbs will soon be available at around £20, they also have light strip and plug due in next few months
Been looking at the hue colour ones as I've just got my first ever philips bridge and ambience lights. Would the yeelights work with hue or is it a totally different system? Want to be able to create scenes at home easily.
tinkerbellarella4 m ago

Been looking at the hue colour ones as I've just got my first ever philips …Been looking at the hue colour ones as I've just got my first ever philips bridge and ambience lights. Would the yeelights work with hue or is it a totally different system? Want to be able to create scenes at home easily.


Yeelights won't work with you Hue hub.
Ah thankyou. I was curious. Seen yeelights mentioned a few times in hue threads, so thanks for clearing that one up for me
dimav8356 m ago

Isn't it a question of ecosystem? For people with home lighting on Hue …Isn't it a question of ecosystem? For people with home lighting on Hue (which has its benefits) this is quite a good deal.


You'e already paid up for hue.
Now your selling out for this tat.
Nope.
robo98916 m ago

You'e already paid up for hue.Now your selling out for this tat.Nope.



Sunni10 m ago

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Innr sucks don't need a pr video to show it does.
tinkerbellarella1 h, 30 m ago

Been looking at the hue colour ones as I've just got my first ever philips …Been looking at the hue colour ones as I've just got my first ever philips bridge and ambience lights. Would the yeelights work with hue or is it a totally different system? Want to be able to create scenes at home easily.




They work entirely on their own without the need for a bridge so no. We control ours exclusively with Alexa.
Edited by: "bellboys" 25th Dec 2017
robo98952 m ago

Innr sucks don't need a pr video to show it does.


I have had 4 coloured and 1 white e27 dotted about the house for over a year and they work perfectly with my hue hub and alexa, plus better better colours than the 1st gen Philips hue colour bulbs! Hope your review is based on personal experience and not assumption!?
barkbark2 h, 23 m ago

I have had 4 coloured and 1 white e27 dotted about the house for over a …I have had 4 coloured and 1 white e27 dotted about the house for over a year and they work perfectly with my hue hub and alexa, plus better better colours than the 1st gen Philips hue colour bulbs! Hope your review is based on personal experience and not assumption!?


Philips 1st gen stopped being made 3 years ago.
The Innr stuff now can't do routines. The coloured candle bulbs I had couldn't anyway and their on and off ramping is non existant. The saving isn't high enough compared to Philips sale price to go down the route of Innr stuff.
Different product, not for me. I know which socio economic bracket I'm in.
m@thew4 h, 26 m ago

I have recently added several IKEA smart lights to my hue system, these …I have recently added several IKEA smart lights to my hue system, these are cheaper and colour bulbs now available, colour individual bulbs will soon be available at around £20, they also have light strip and plug due in next few months


Oh that’s handy to know as I’ve only ever seen the colour Ikea ones in the set at £35 with remote. Don’t need anymore remotes so would be great to get them on their own and cheaper.

Also good news re light strip, I’d emailed Ikea asking about this and they simply said nope don’t do one and nothing in the pipeline. Don’t fancy paying £50 for a 2m one from Philips...
Not sure why this is cold, is this not a good price for a coloured bulb?
showing as 29.99
m@thew23 h, 16 m ago

I have recently added several IKEA smart lights to my hue system, these …I have recently added several IKEA smart lights to my hue system, these are cheaper and colour bulbs now available, colour individual bulbs will soon be available at around £20, they also have light strip and plug due in next few months


How much are colour bulbs. From what I can see and I’ve noticed in store every time I’ve been is they do White ONLY. Also seems as tho they have no plans for strip as someone else asked.
Edited by: "mro2011" 26th Dec 2017
bellboys25th Dec

With the price of Hue plummeting and the chance of getting Xiaomi …With the price of Hue plummeting and the chance of getting Xiaomi Yeelights (require no hub) direct from China at less than 7 quid (if you are quick and patient!) I don't see this as an amazing deal, sorry...


This is such a ridiculous comment. Show me a hue bulb that is cheaper?

Also not everyone wants to order from China which may take days or weeks to arrive. And broken with no protection that Amazon provides.
Edited by: "spinach_pie" 29th Dec 2017
spinach_pie1 h, 25 m ago

This is such a ridiculous comment. Show me a huge bulb that is …This is such a ridiculous comment. Show me a huge bulb that is cheaper?Also not everyone wants to order from China which may take days or weeks to arrive. And broken with no protection that Amazon provides.


I'm afraid i can't show you a huge bulb cheaper. You probably haven't noticed but there are loads of amazing deals on Hue bulbs at the moment. Granted they are in with starter sets etc but how many people are happy with just one colour bulb in their house? And if you read my comment again I said 'with Hue prices plummeting' I didn't claim Hue bulbs were cheaper. BUT my point is with such a small differential why go with a make like these? Now, my house is stuffed with Yeelights simply because they have been available for as little as 7 quid delivered direct from China. Now THAT'S a difference in price that makes it more worthwhile taking the 'risk' imo.

PS I'm clearly not exactly in the minority stating this isn't much of a deal given the current minus 189 degrees rating!
Edited by: "bellboys" 26th Dec 2017
bellboys4 h, 39 m ago

I'm afraid i can't show you a huge bulb cheaper. You probably …I'm afraid i can't show you a huge bulb cheaper. You probably haven't noticed but there are loads of amazing deals on Hue bulbs at the moment. Granted they are in with starter sets etc but how many people are happy with just one colour bulb in their house? And if you read my comment again I said 'with Hue prices plummeting' I didn't claim Hue bulbs were cheaper. BUT my point is with such a small differential why go with a make like these? Now, my house is stuffed with Yeelights simply because they have been available for as little as 7 quid delivered direct from China. Now THAT'S a difference in price that makes it more worthwhile taking the 'risk' imo.PS I'm clearly not exactly in the minority stating this isn't much of a deal given the current minus 189 degrees rating!


Yes, well, then the point of hotukdeals comes into question.

This is far lower than RRP and official hue bulbs. It also has great reviews. Therefore it should be hot.

And yes I did mean hue and not huge. It happens when you are typing on a phone.
spinach_pie6 h, 40 m ago

Yes, well, then the point of hotukdeals comes into question. This is far …Yes, well, then the point of hotukdeals comes into question. This is far lower than RRP and official hue bulbs. It also has great reviews. Therefore it should be hot. And yes I did mean hue and not huge. It happens when you are typing on a phone.




What the heck has RRP got to do with anything? Surely any bargain hunter of any note knows RRPs are randomly invented to make the actual asking price look more attractive. At the end of the day the actual price charged is the one any product should be judged on and a company trying to compete against an overwhelming market leader needs to make their product cheaper enough to tempt people to try them (*cough* Yeelight *cough). This simply hasn't happened here...
Edited by: "bellboys" 27th Dec 2017
m@thew25th Dec

I have recently added several IKEA smart lights to my hue system, these …I have recently added several IKEA smart lights to my hue system, these are cheaper and colour bulbs now available, colour individual bulbs will soon be available at around £20, they also have light strip and plug due in next few months


Did you have to update the firmware on them (need the Ikea Bridge I understand it ) or are they working with Hue out of the box now? Do they work seamlessly? Have you noticed any quality difference? Where did you get the info re individual bulbs and light-strips? Sorry for so many questions
Thanks for posting. Should be hot but people are voting cold because they are using a different ecosystem than Philips. Seems any premium product on this site has to battle the cold vote brigade
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