Philips Hue Colour Ambiance Bulb 55% off ! Only £22.49 Amazon Prime Day
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Philips Hue Colour Ambiance Bulb 55% off ! Only £22.49 Amazon Prime Day

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Found 11th Jul 2017Edited by:"shakerstevens"
Ok there are few Hue deals on Amazon mainly 40% off the starter kits which is fantastic but this is fantastically good - single colour bulbs down 55% from £49 to £22.49 !

Bayonet fitting in this deal but Edison Screw also available for the same price
amazon.co.uk/Phi…-21

ALSO in hue deals:
Motion sensor, 49% off at £17.99
amazon.co.uk/Phi…-21


Twin pack of white ambiance GU10 bulbs 46% off £26.99
amazon.co.uk/Phi…-21


White Ambiance starter kit along with 2 bulbs, hub and dimmer switch 51% off £49.49
amazon.co.uk/Phi…-21

Bayonet colour starter kit 40% off £89.99
amazon.co.uk/d/L…-21

Edison Screw colour starter kit 40% off £89.99
amazon.co.uk/d/L…-21

1 of each per customer limit


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Finally some decent pricing
Wow , fire !!!
Bought one of each as there's a limit of 1. Also motion sensor is 17.99.
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Also almost as good a discount is the hue motion sensor, 49% off !
I think its the first time I've seen the motion sensor (on its own) with anything more than just £5 off
amazon.co.uk/Phi…ion
Bargain (relative to RRP anyway!). Purchased one of each to complete my Hue House Even better with the STUDENT10 code - under £35 in total for 2 bulbs.
Edited by: "pjn" 11th Jul 2017
pjn

Bargain (relative to RRP anyway!). Purchased one of each to complete my … Bargain (relative to RRP anyway!). Purchased one of each to complete my Hue House cheeky Even better with the STUDENT10 code - under £35 in total for 2 bulbs.



How do you get the code to work, doesn't work for me
Only student prime accounts, for those who went with bogus nus cards.
I don't need. I don't need. I don't need....
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Ashe1 m ago

I don't need. I don't need. I don't need....


At this price you need more of them than you thought...
Ashe

I don't need. I don't need. I don't need....



That's just what the Mrs said to me,

Purchased one to show her who's boss
Finally!
Its still a lot of money for a light bulb
Great price. Saw another thread with someone mentioning Xiaomi Yeelight as an alternative. Much cheaper and no need for a bridge. Just spent an hour looking at them and doing some research when I should have been sleeping. I'm torn between them since I already have some hue lights.
Edited by: "turbo_c" 11th Jul 2017
Can vouch for the Yeelight. Bought 2 for 13 quid each from Gearbest. Really easy to use with the app. Heat for the Philips though; great gadget!
So you don't just put the bulb in and it works. ...?
I would so buy these if I didn't have two bulbs already (3rd is being used)
turbo_c

Great price. Saw another thread with someone mentioning Xiaomi Yeelight … Great price. Saw another thread with someone mentioning Xiaomi Yeelight as an alternative. Much cheaper and no need for a bridge. Just spent an hour looking at them and doing some research when I should have been sleeping. I'm torn between them since I already have some hue lights.



I would suggest more hue lights. I would worry about compatibility issues for alternatives, and there would be less apps too
Im torn between the deals!?

With the switch, seems like a great deal. Unsure if to get either
A) Starter + a colour bulb seperate (Bridge + Dimmer + 2x White Bulbs, 1x Colour Bulb Total £71.98)
B) Starter + 2x colour bulbs. Would have to get 1xE27 1xB22 due to limit of one bulb but could get a converter for other bulb (Bridge + Dimmer + 2x White Bulbs, 2x Colour Bulbs Total £94.47)
C) Stick with B22 Starter Kit (Bridge + 3x Colour Bulbs Total £89.99)

With option B over C, I get 1 less Colour Bulb in place of 2 White Bulbs and the switch for just £4.48 more.

Anyone know what seems the best option??
Edited by: "Jawz" 11th Jul 2017
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Jawz

Im torn between the deals!?With the switch, seems like a great deal. … Im torn between the deals!?With the switch, seems like a great deal. Unsure if to get either A) Starter + a colour bulb seperate (Bridge + Dimmer + 2x White Bulbs, 1x Colour Bulb Total £71.98)B) Starter + 2x colour bulbs. Would have to get 1xE27 1xB22 due to limit of one bulb but could get a converter for other bulb (Bridge + Dimmer + 2x White Bulbs, 2x Colour Bulbs Total £94.47)C) Stick with B22 Starter Kit (Bridge + 3x Colour Bulbs Total £89.99)With option B over C, I get 1 less Colour Bulb in place of 2 White Bulbs and the switch for just £4.48 more.Anyone know what seems the best option??


The dimmer switch is great but not everyone needs it.
If you are using the bulbs in side/table lights and happy to control via the hue app / a smart device like the Amazon Echo then you might not use the dimmer switch that often.
If you want to use for ceiling lights and want people in the house to NOT use the wall switch (as turning off at the wall means you can't turn on the hue bulbs until the wall is back on) then you could place the dimmer switch near your existing wall switch as the alternative people in your house should use.

I would get the colour bulbs as for the price difference you get a lot more from them. Plus you can always add the dimmer switch at a later date, where as if you regretted not having colour bulbs you will need to swap them out (and they are expensive when not on prime day) and of course sell your white bulbs/use them somewhere else.
Most of my appliances use E10 bulbs, don't think you can buy E10 to E27 converters?
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Not showing for me anymore, OOS?
Hope they come back in stock before Prime Day ends
OOS i think
In stock it says, but back up to £49.99...

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Edison screw bulb still available at the same price, £22.49 for the colour one
amazon.co.uk/d/L…c=1
And bayonet to edison adapters are very cheap, couple of quid at IKEA and on Amazon
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