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Philips Hue triple pack white ambiance E27, GU10, B22 only £39.99 at Amazon
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Philips Hue triple pack white ambiance E27, GU10, B22 only £39.99 at Amazon

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Posted 26th Nov 2019

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The same price for triple pack of Edison screw E27, B22 Bayonet cap or GU10 spot at Amazon. Deal of the day.
To use these smart bulbs as smart you will need Philips Hue Hub (sold separately)

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Can't find the GU10s triple pack. Do you have a link please?
csx26/11/2019 05:48

Can't find the GU10s triple pack. Do you have a link please?



Philips Hue White Ambiance Smart Bulb 3 Pack LED Bundle [GU10 Spot] with Bluetooth (Works with Alexa and Google Assistant) amazon.co.uk/dp/…F6N
GU10’s link
Might be worth amending title to white ambiance instead of white colour
Damn, I'm after the E14s, which haven't been reduced (yet!).
damn ran here after seeing white colour to find Ambiance
I'm sure you can get 2 of these with an echo for £32???
It's a shame Philips don't do a filament set with a higher lumen, the filaments (not this deal) are only 550lm. Anyone here tried Innr's bulbs? They do an 806lm filament that is meant to work with the Hue Hub.
deals6926/11/2019 07:49

I'm sure you can get 2 of these with an echo for £32???


Not the white ambiance ones you can’t as I’ve been looking to get them I’m through all the deals
I know this is real of the day but Philips has been running 3 for 2 the last few days until 2nd December which makes it the same price for 6 for anyone that misses this or for those that want to mix and match.
I'm tempted with the GU10's, but can't help thinking that the Ikea Tradfri bulbs are better value for money at £6 a bulb - is the difference justifiable?
xfield26/11/2019 06:17

Damn, I'm after the E14s, which haven't been reduced (yet!).


Me too. I’ve never seen e14s discounted. It’s very odd.
dawsonz26/11/2019 08:36

I'm tempted with the GU10's, but can't help thinking that the Ikea Tradfri …I'm tempted with the GU10's, but can't help thinking that the Ikea Tradfri bulbs are better value for money at £6 a bulb - is the difference justifiable?


I have a tradfri e14 because the hue ones are too expensive. It does the job just fine but it’s annoying that it doesn’t work with Siri. Otherwise, no difference.

I did have to download a third party app to find the buld. The hue app just would not recognise it.
dawsonz26/11/2019 08:36

I'm tempted with the GU10's, but can't help thinking that the Ikea Tradfri …I'm tempted with the GU10's, but can't help thinking that the Ikea Tradfri bulbs are better value for money at £6 a bulb - is the difference justifiable?


I’ve just bought some tradfri gu10’s for £6 each to experiment with in my hue setup. There’s a technique to get them to pair with the hue hub but when they do they seem to work fine. There is slightly more of a delay when you switch them on/off or dim them, and there’s no “power on” setting. I’ve also read somewhere that they don’t relay the zigbee on to the next bulb so it’s best to have them with some genuine hue bulbs in the vicinity. I’ve not tried them “ambience” or “colour” equivalent though. I’m picking up some genuine hue gu10s from Argos later (managed to get the 3 for 2 deal) so I can directly compare.
MattC7626/11/2019 09:03

I’ve just bought some tradfri gu10’s for £6 each to experiment with in my h …I’ve just bought some tradfri gu10’s for £6 each to experiment with in my hue setup. There’s a technique to get them to pair with the hue hub but when they do they seem to work fine. There is slightly more of a delay when you switch them on/off or dim them, and there’s no “power on” setting. I’ve also read somewhere that they don’t relay the zigbee on to the next bulb so it’s best to have them with some genuine hue bulbs in the vicinity. I’ve not tried them “ambience” or “colour” equivalent though. I’m picking up some genuine hue gu10s from Argos later (managed to get the 3 for 2 deal) so I can directly compare.


Thanks that'd be great to hear how you get on.

I've gone for Philips Hue bulbs elsewhere as they seem good value for money, but where I need say 4 GU10's in the kitchen, I don't feel as though I can justify the cost. I've heard that setting up the ikea bulbs is a bit trickier, but other than it not being able to dim as well as the philips, they seem to do everything else I need.
Difference between these and Tradfri?
alexdodd26/11/2019 09:28

Difference between these and Tradfri?


The Ikea equivalent are £15 per bulb, this is £13.33 per bulb. Ikea are 1000 lumens compared to 800 for these
Edited by: "Ferdy" 26th Nov 2019
Do e14 bulbs ever go on offer!
The £6 GU10 Tradfri are warm white only. These are Hue ambiance (temperature adjustable) for £13.33. Maybe worth the savings for IKEA ones if you are using them in non living spaces like hallway/landing, but for main living areas like kitchens, it's good to have bright white/blue light for cutting up your carrots, and a dimmer yellow light when pouring the beers later.

Edit: IKEA have temperature adjustable ones, and they are £12 each at the moment for GU10. For a £4 saving across 3 bulbs, I'd personally stick with Philips.
Edited by: "rob85" 26th Nov 2019
Great price for these. I paid £49.99 for two B22s the other month 😬. No complaints with their performance.
mbs8426/11/2019 14:27

Do e14 bulbs ever go on offer!


Yes, colour e14 usually, remember I bought 3 for 65 or 69 last year.
If you don't want to wait, get a lamp that uses e27
I just caved in and got the GU10s.

When I went to checkout, it says there is an additional promotion, £5 off. So I paid £34.99 for 3x GU10 white ambiance. So only £11.67 each, cheaper than IKEA Tradfri.

Anyone else get this promotion?
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