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PHILIPS HUE Hue White & Colour Ambience Smart Lighting Starter Kit Bridge B22, £62.55 using code at Currys PC World / ebay
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PHILIPS HUE Hue White & Colour Ambience Smart Lighting Starter Kit Bridge B22, £62.55 using code at Currys PC World / ebay

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Posted 2nd Sep 2020

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Specification
Brand: PHILIPS HUE

Model: Hue White & Colour Ambience Smart Lighting Starter Kit with Bridge - B22

MPN: 871869959516600

Compatible app: Philips Hue app

Type: Smart light bulb kit

Connectivity: - Hue Bridge;- Zigbee

Compatibility: - iOS;- Android

Works with: - Amazon Alexa;- Samusung Smart Things;- Nest;- Google Assistant;- Apple Homekit

Power: Mains

Colour: White

Manufacturer's guarantee: 2 years

Dimensions: 62 x 90 x 110 mm (H x W x D)

Weight: 272 g

Box contents: - Philips Hue Bridge;- Philips Hue White and Colour Ambience Mini Smart Bulb x 2

5.: Dim lights without the need for wires and installation

4.: Sync your lights with movies and music

3.: Choose from 16 million colours

2.: Set lights to turn on and off when you''''''''re away

1.: Automate and control your lights from a smartphone or tablet

Height (mm): 62

Width (mm): 90

Depth (mm): 110

Weight Grams: 272

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Community Updates
19 Comments
ha don't believe it. The other day I bought a Go light for £70 on amazon. A day later they appear as 2 for £110 (so bought another two and sending one back to Amazon). Then yesterday bought a Bridge for £50 and now this happens... Guess I'll buy these and send the bridge back!
Anyone know if these are the newer Bluetooth bulbs or older ZigBee?
Just ordered - thank you
dannyjones10602/09/2020 11:16

Anyone know if these are the newer Bluetooth bulbs or older ZigBee?


If they are the same as Argos they are the older ones.
Whatsleft02/09/2020 12:02

If they are the same as Argos they are the older ones.


Do you know if it's purely just the connectivity that's different? I want to know if the colour range is the same as the Bluetooth ones. Can't find much info online!
dannyjones10602/09/2020 12:49

Do you know if it's purely just the connectivity that's different? I want …Do you know if it's purely just the connectivity that's different? I want to know if the colour range is the same as the Bluetooth ones. Can't find much info online!


Sorry don't know for sure but I think it's just the connectivity. Maybe someone else can confirm
I current have Bluetooth versions, will they connect to bridge?
samosa02/09/2020 14:07

I current have Bluetooth versions, will they connect to bridge?


I have the normal Bluetooth white (non-colour changing ones) they connected just fine. I used the hue Bluetooth app
samosa02/09/2020 14:07

I current have Bluetooth versions, will they connect to bridge?


One thing to add, I am using the new hub, the square looking one with circle button in the middle.
peanutman25502/09/2020 22:01

One thing to add, I am using the new hub, the square looking one with …One thing to add, I am using the new hub, the square looking one with circle button in the middle.


Thanks
peanutman25502/09/2020 22:01

One thing to add, I am using the new hub, the square looking one with …One thing to add, I am using the new hub, the square looking one with circle button in the middle.


I have the old round hub which is now longer supported with Google Assistant ( no voice control)
Edited by: "jsmith1" 3rd Sep
dannyjones10602/09/2020 12:49

Do you know if it's purely just the connectivity that's different? I want …Do you know if it's purely just the connectivity that's different? I want to know if the colour range is the same as the Bluetooth ones. Can't find much info online!


I believe the newer Bluetooth ones are half a watt more efficient at 9w rather than 9.5w but have the same lumen output. Can't confirm if the quality of the colours are different but everything I've searched does not mention a difference.

It seems all bulbs since they introduced the 3rd generation (richer colours) seem the same.

Hope this helps.
Jordan_Slater03/09/2020 08:25

I believe the newer Bluetooth ones are half a watt more efficient at 9w …I believe the newer Bluetooth ones are half a watt more efficient at 9w rather than 9.5w but have the same lumen output. Can't confirm if the quality of the colours are different but everything I've searched does not mention a difference.It seems all bulbs since they introduced the 3rd generation (richer colours) seem the same.Hope this helps.


That's fantastic, thank you!
Bit confused by this all. Is this a good deal? I know it's a different fitting and white only but struggling to see many other deals on here with the bridge included.

scan.co.uk/pro…BwE
rfc4spl103/09/2020 18:25

Bit confused by this all. Is this a good deal? I know it's a different …Bit confused by this all. Is this a good deal? I know it's a different fitting and white only but struggling to see many other deals on here with the bridge included.https://www.scan.co.uk/products/philips-hue-starter-kit-2x-smart-bulb-white-with-hue-bridge-v2-e27-edison-screw-60w-google-alexa-app?gclid=CjwKCAjwqML6BRAHEiwAdquMnTueP2lil2FkD8E4G3vxCBFhsbMMqJwsAkzb3pdHa8erfD3q_I6YjBoCrvwQAvD_BwE


At first I was about to say stay clear as I'm sure the round bulbs are the old type... however it seems they have just used an old picture as the specs say these are the latest model with Bluetooth built in.

I would say its a decent price if you need a bridge. Do you just need white only bulbs or white ambiance (warm and cool white)?
Jordan_Slater03/09/2020 19:49

At first I was about to say stay clear as I'm sure the round bulbs are the …At first I was about to say stay clear as I'm sure the round bulbs are the old type... however it seems they have just used an old picture as the specs say these are the latest model with Bluetooth built in.I would say its a decent price if you need a bridge. Do you just need white only bulbs or white ambiance (warm and cool white)?


To be honest I don’t really know. I’ve never had smart bulbs before but I don’t like paying for something then wishing I’d specced up so probably would go for colour or at least white ambience. Not just pure white
rfc4spl103/09/2020 19:50

To be honest I don’t really know. I’ve never had smart bulbs before but I d …To be honest I don’t really know. I’ve never had smart bulbs before but I don’t like paying for something then wishing I’d specced up so probably would go for colour or at least white ambience. Not just pure white


It really depends where you're going to use them and how much use you will get out of them. If your just going to use warm white for a lamp in the evening I would probably go for a cheaper brand. TP link (kasa) for example.

Or just get a philips hue Bluetooth bulb without bridge, you can still use your phone while in the room or voice assistant to control.

It is hard at first when you dont really know what your needs are.
anyone received this.
I got mine today - in a brown cardbox box very OEM and no retail packing.
The bulbs seem used and have scratches all over.
When I try to tranfer my old hub the app tells me the new hub has been used and have to reset it before using.
So mine came the same in a sealed brown box. The items do look new just without the usual retail package.

Bare in mind these are the older model so probably surplus stock that philips have shifted onto retailers to clear.
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