Philips Hue E27 White Smart Filament Bulb with Bluetooth £17.99 Argos
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Philips Hue E27 White Smart Filament Bulb with Bluetooth £17.99 Argos

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Posted 14th Nov 2019
Philips Hue E27 White Smart Filament Bulb with Bluetooth £17.99 Argos free c&c
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  • Alexa compatible.
  • Google assistant compatible.
  • Siri compatible.
  • Compatible with iOS and Android operating systems.
  • App needed for use: Philips Hue Bluetooth' app is required.
  • Operates over mobile internet.
  • Operates over wi-fi.
  • Controls lighting.
  • Sets schedules for devices.
  • Components include 1 x Philips Hue white filament E27 single.
  • Suitable for indoor.
  • Size H17, W8.8, D7.5cm.
  • 2 year.
  • EAN: 8718699688820.
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I would say wait a couple of weeks for Black Friday before jumping on these.
Anyway I need to stop buying smart home equipment - my home is starting to become self aware.
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Same price as amazon not really a deal for me
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Typical Argos sales hook.... Not bad price... No stock anywhere.
Ikea have these filament smart bulbs that are hue compatible for £10. Has anyone bought them?
androidavis14/11/2019 06:29

Ikea have these filament smart bulbs that are hue compatible for £10. Has …Ikea have these filament smart bulbs that are hue compatible for £10. Has anyone bought them?


Yes, they were a bit more fussy about linking to the Hue Bridge than other IKEA bulbs. Had to get within inches of the bridge and keep pressing the touchlink button (on an app, not the bridge itself). But it did connect and it works really well and looks good. Dimming is a lot smoother than older IKEA bulbs. Will be buying more when I can think of an excuse for it.
This is just RRP, but they’ve been hard to find since they launched last month!
fishandchips10114/11/2019 06:24

Typical Argos sales hook.... Not bad price... No stock anywhere.


There’s loads by me
jaydrs14/11/2019 07:40

There’s loads by me


That's good.. Seems to vary by region. Sooo many times I've seen a great deal at Argos, still live on their site and no matter how many stores I search, (even searching stores I'd never travel to) they have no stock. That's my general moan about Argos done for the day, I thank you
I would say wait a couple of weeks for Black Friday before jumping on these.
Anyway I need to stop buying smart home equipment - my home is starting to become self aware.
Pokey14/11/2019 07:29

Yes, they were a bit more fussy about linking to the Hue Bridge than other …Yes, they were a bit more fussy about linking to the Hue Bridge than other IKEA bulbs. Had to get within inches of the bridge and keep pressing the touchlink button (on an app, not the bridge itself). But it did connect and it works really well and looks good. Dimming is a lot smoother than older IKEA bulbs. Will be buying more when I can think of an excuse for it.


Which bulbs did you get? I thought IKEA bulbs couldn't be dimmed with hue
TellyLover14/11/2019 08:22

Which bulbs did you get? I thought IKEA bulbs couldn't be dimmed with hue


Never had a problem either in app or with a switch. Have IKEA GU10s and E47s and they all dim fine.
If its the IKEA TRÅDFRI bulbs I don't see the point. For eg two B22 Philips Hue Bulbs currys have a special with SMART10 code bringing it to £22.50 v £20 for the same at IKEA (£10 each). May be its different for the E27 bulbs.
Pokey14/11/2019 07:29

Yes, they were a bit more fussy about linking to the Hue Bridge than other …Yes, they were a bit more fussy about linking to the Hue Bridge than other IKEA bulbs. Had to get within inches of the bridge and keep pressing the touchlink button (on an app, not the bridge itself). But it did connect and it works really well and looks good. Dimming is a lot smoother than older IKEA bulbs. Will be buying more when I can think of an excuse for it.


You also have to be a bit tactical about where you use them as they don’t resend on the zigbee signal the way that the Hue bulbs do. So ideally you should have a spread of Hue bulbs throughout the house to extend the signal and supplement them with ikea bulbs. Or make sure your hub is near to whatever ikea bulbs you are using - I have 5 gu10’s in my kitchen and moved my hub to the kitchen to make sure they work consistently - then I have Hue bulbs in the hallway to spread the signal throughout most of the rest of the house
I bought these on amazon for £17.99 each a few weeks ago and had some money off code so were slightly cheaper I suspect black Friday will see some deal on these, but I needed them now sadly!

They do 'look' nice to be fair.
daveateallyourbees14/11/2019 09:24

You also have to be a bit tactical about where you use them as they don’t r …You also have to be a bit tactical about where you use them as they don’t resend on the zigbee signal the way that the Hue bulbs do. So ideally you should have a spread of Hue bulbs throughout the house to extend the signal and supplement them with ikea bulbs. Or make sure your hub is near to whatever ikea bulbs you are using - I have 5 gu10’s in my kitchen and moved my hub to the kitchen to make sure they work consistently - then I have Hue bulbs in the hallway to spread the signal throughout most of the rest of the house


My house has a small footprint and two bridges, so this hasn't been a problem for me. And a lack of Hue bulbs alongside Innr and IKEA is very much not a problem either.
Pokey14/11/2019 10:27

My house has a small footprint and two bridges, so this hasn't been a …My house has a small footprint and two bridges, so this hasn't been a problem for me. And a lack of Hue bulbs alongside Innr and IKEA is very much not a problem either.


It’s just something to be conscious of really, quite a reasonable investment and so worth thinking through. Not something to avoid as the ikea bulbs are still good (I actually prefer the ses bulbs as Hue only seem to do candle versions )
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Loads near me if anyone wants them.
isitnexttohim14/11/2019 10:12

I bought these on amazon for £17.99 each a few weeks ago and had some …I bought these on amazon for £17.99 each a few weeks ago and had some money off code so were slightly cheaper I suspect black Friday will see some deal on these, but I needed them now sadly!They do 'look' nice to be fair.


How do you find them? I bought some of the larger ones and they are rather orange according to my wife.
cava8314/11/2019 11:31

How do you find them? I bought some of the larger ones and they are rather …How do you find them? I bought some of the larger ones and they are rather orange according to my wife.


Yup, very warm and not that bright
Not fitted them yet waiting to have our lights changed next few days wanted a warmer light for the location of our lights as we will have clear glass shade wanted them to 'look' nice!
it’s not a deal. it is advertising.(mad)
Ferdy14/11/2019 12:20

Yup, very warm and not that bright


Thank you for replying. I am finding them a tad too warm. Do love the design though.
Why on earth did Philip's release these, i thought I had bought all the hue bulbs I need but now i have to replace all my lights with the bulbs exposed that would have looked ugly with normal hue bulbs
Edited by: "Ziggystarduck" 17th Nov 2019
Ziggystarduck17/11/2019 13:22

Why on earth did Philip's release these, i thought I had bought all the …Why on earth did Philip's release these, i thought I had bought all the hue bulbs I need but now i have to replace all my lights with the bulbs exposed that would have looked ugly with normal hue bulbs


Just go to IKEA, much cheaper.
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