Philips Hue Personal Lighting Wireless Dimming Kit, 1 x 9.5 W Hue White E27 Bulb, 1 x Dimmer Switch, Works with Alexa @ amazon £23.99
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Philips Hue Personal Lighting Wireless Dimming Kit, 1 x 9.5 W Hue White E27 Bulb, 1 x Dimmer Switch, Works with Alexa @ amazon £23.99

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Philips Hue Personal Lighting Wireless Dimming Kit, 1 x 9.5 W Hue White E27 Bulb, 1 x Dimmer Switch, Works with Alexa

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If, like me, you have B22 bayonet fittings throughout your house, you can buy a pair of adapters from IKEA for £1.

ikea.com/gb/…15/

EDIT: So HUKD's external link tracking thing messes with the URL. Search the IKEA website for "90295615" instead if it's not working for you either.
Edited by: "stevecavery" 22nd Mar
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This Requires echo plus or hue hub and is not standalone?
incy2k4 m ago

This Requires echo plus or hue hub and is not standalone?


Yes
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incy2k5 m ago

This Requires echo plus or hue hub and is not standalone?


Sorry, is that a statement or a question?

It doesn't need Echo, it's just compatible with it. I don't use Echo, but I do have a home hub.
incy2k5 m ago

This Requires echo plus or hue hub and is not standalone?


it is stand alone the dimmer works the bulb you only need the hub if you want to remotely control it
incy2k10 m ago

This Requires echo plus or hue hub and is not standalone?


Can work standalone, without hub. Remote can link directly to the builb.
800 lumens is only equivalent to 60w - do them come higher?
Easier to use Echo Plus with Hue bulbs as it then means you can control the bulbs via your phone by hand or by voice on the Alexa app wherever you are in the house. So you can sit down and adjust or turn on the light without getting up and you can go upstairs and check on your phone if you turned off the lights downstairs and turn them off by phone if need be.
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leanback3 m ago

Easier to use Echo Plus with Hue bulbs as it then means you can control …Easier to use Echo Plus with Hue bulbs as it then means you can control the bulbs via your phone by hand or by voice on the Alexa app wherever you are in the house. So you can sit down and adjust or turn on the light without getting up and you can go upstairs and check on your phone if you turned off the lights downstairs and turn them off by phone if need be.


What?
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leanback9 m ago

Easier to use Echo Plus with Hue bulbs as it then means you can control …Easier to use Echo Plus with Hue bulbs as it then means you can control the bulbs via your phone by hand or by voice on the Alexa app wherever you are in the house. So you can sit down and adjust or turn on the light without getting up and you can go upstairs and check on your phone if you turned off the lights downstairs and turn them off by phone if need be.


Exactly! Hope that clears it up for everyone.

Or....

You can use Google or hub or Alexa or Smart Search or YouTube. Then go upstairs. Then downstairs. Check your tablet, then the PC then your phone. Install then uninstall Hue. Then install it again. Then uninstall. Then go downstairs. Then turn the lights off. Then on. Then off. Back upstairs. Go to bed. Wake up, then lights on if it's dark. Or no happy lighting.

Simple really.
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evostick4735 m ago

Exactly! Hope that clears it up for everyone.Or....You can use Google or …Exactly! Hope that clears it up for everyone.Or....You can use Google or hub or Alexa or Smart Search or YouTube. Then go upstairs. Then downstairs. Check your tablet, then the PC then your phone. Install then uninstall Hue. Then install it again. Then uninstall. Then go downstairs. Then turn the lights off. Then on. Then off. Back upstairs. Go to bed. Wake up, then lights on if it's dark. Or no happy lighting.Simple really.


Don't forget you can turn lights off with dimmer then book a flight abroad anywhere. When you get there use out of home connection to turn lights on and then come straight back home. Or you could stop for a coffee or tea or even an orange juice in fact there are loads of drinks to choose from but airport prices are expensive. I usually just jump straight back on return flight with a packed lunch but it's up to you.
Edited by: "deleted1836930" 22nd Mar
Does anyone use these bulbs, I don’t think I have anything that is large Edison screw! SES GU10 and SBC.......Oh my 3 hall lights are large screw, but they need a halogen type flat face spot.
Like the last poster why are these all Edison fit? Do they do the same kit with a bayonet fitting? Very few people have lights around the home with the Edison fit in my experience.
If, like me, you have B22 bayonet fittings throughout your house, you can buy a pair of adapters from IKEA for £1.

ikea.com/gb/…15/

EDIT: So HUKD's external link tracking thing messes with the URL. Search the IKEA website for "90295615" instead if it's not working for you either.
Edited by: "stevecavery" 22nd Mar
Can ln the switch control groups of bulbs or just a single bulb?
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solid22nd Mar

Can ln the switch control groups of bulbs or just a single bulb?


Groups or singles
I have these and the lights don't always respond when you press the buttons to turn the lights on or off. It's good when it does work though
I got a dimmer on the last deal posted here, and quite impressed with it. The 'on' button allows you to cycle through preset scenes, really handy to turn a pair of lamps on at the same time, or make both lamps bright and turn the main light on. Plus the dimmer is on a magnetic base which sticks to the wall, you can pull the dimmer part off and use it as a remote.
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