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Philips Hue White Smart Bulb Twin Pack LED [B22 Bayonet Cap] £17.49 Amazon Prime / +£4.49 Non Prime

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Good value at this price point and nice to get B22 rather than having to get E27 and adapters.


Philips Hue White Smart Bulb Twin Pack LED [B22 Bayonet Cap] - 1100 Lumens (75W equivalent). Works with Alexa, Google Assistant and Apple Homekit
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PRODUCT DETAILS
Special feature: Dimmable
Light type: LED
Wattage: 75 watts
Light colour: Hue White, Soft White
Brand: Philips Hue
Controller type: Google Assistant
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  • What's Required? – Nothing! This product works out of the box with the free ‘Philips Hue Bluetooth’ app. Simply screw in your new GU10 perfect fit bulb and connect to the Bluetooth app for in room smart lighting control!
  • Designed for Full Rooms:With a brightness 1100 lumen, these smart LED bulbs provide the perfect amount of light to fill areas of your living room or kitchen, especially when placed in pendant fixtures.
  • Set The Right Mood With Soft White Light: Hue bulbs and light fixtures use a soft white light. Dimmable from bright daylight to low nightlights, these smart lights allow you to fill your home with just the right level of warm light when you need it.
  • Control Lights With Your Voice - Works with all Echo smart speakers/displays and Google Nest devices for hands-free voice control (Philips Hue Bridge (sold separately) is required for Echo 1st Gen and Echo Dot 1st Gen).
  • Unlock Your Homes Full Potential – Add a Philips Hue Bridge (sold separately, optional) to your cart and unlock full home control, either when you’re home or away.

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    I thought E27 was a more common light fixture in the UK
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    uk_shahj25/01/2022 14:44

    I thought E27 was a more common light fixture in the UK


    I think it is in newer properties.
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    Just paid £25 for these
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    uk_shahj25/01/2022 14:44

    I thought E27 was a more common light fixture in the UK


    Nope B22 has always been
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    happi25/01/2022 14:57

    Just paid £25 for these


    From Amazon? I did the same a few weeks ago and then the price dropped, I contacted amazon about refunding the difference. They said they couldn't but I could re-order and send the originals back for a refund. I pointed out the complete waste of resources etc of sending out a new pair but they insisted so I sent the originals back.
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    MrDMan25/01/2022 16:07

    From Amazon? I did the same a few weeks ago and then the price dropped, I …From Amazon? I did the same a few weeks ago and then the price dropped, I contacted amazon about refunding the difference. They said they couldn't but I could re-order and send the originals back for a refund. I pointed out the complete waste of resources etc of sending out a new pair but they insisted so I sent the originals back.


    Yeah, that's why I'm not going to bother asking, they would rather bin my returns, yet they still make billions profit.
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    MrDMan25/01/2022 16:07

    From Amazon? I did the same a few weeks ago and then the price dropped, I …From Amazon? I did the same a few weeks ago and then the price dropped, I contacted amazon about refunding the difference. They said they couldn't but I could re-order and send the originals back for a refund. I pointed out the complete waste of resources etc of sending out a new pair but they insisted so I sent the originals back.


    That's bizarre. Their (maybe unofficial) policy always used to be the opposite in that they'd refund the difference to avoid people sending stuff back and reordering. I've done it a few times in the past
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    MrDMan25/01/2022 16:07

    From Amazon? I did the same a few weeks ago and then the price dropped, I …From Amazon? I did the same a few weeks ago and then the price dropped, I contacted amazon about refunding the difference. They said they couldn't but I could re-order and send the originals back for a refund. I pointed out the complete waste of resources etc of sending out a new pair but they insisted so I sent the originals back.


    I just ordered your returns. Saved 35p
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    Only a F energy rating?
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    AdaaamB25/01/2022 16:49

    That's bizarre. Their (maybe unofficial) policy always used to be the …That's bizarre. Their (maybe unofficial) policy always used to be the opposite in that they'd refund the difference to avoid people sending stuff back and reordering. I've done it a few times in the past


    Nope I had to do the same with a motherboard they reduced it by £80 by the next day. so I had to reorder it wait for it to be delivered then sent it straight back under the more expensive price. I did not even bother to open the sealed delivery box. Amazon are just silly and waste resources. They used to do a 30 day price guarantee but not any more

    What makes it even more funny I got an email asking why I was sending so many parcels back and I said because you would not refunded the difference any more and that most shops these days do a 14 day price guarantee as people will just send stuff back. Never here’d back.
    Edited by: "meridiusuk" 25th Jan
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    Go for white ambiance if you can. So much better
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    Heyhey124725/01/2022 23:20

    Go for white ambiance if you can. So much better


    Can you post a link to the bulbs you are referencing please
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    Heyhey124725/01/2022 23:20

    Go for white ambiance if you can. So much better


    I have them in the living room and never really use the bluer hues compared to the warm ones...what makes them better?
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    Siji.j25/01/2022 19:06

    Only a F energy rating?



    Energy ratings changed last year? Makes a lot of stuff that had a good rating an F rating now
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