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Philips Hue White Ambience Twin pack A19 E27 60W Equivalent Dimmable LED Smart Bulbs £24.99 @ Amazon
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Philips Hue White Ambience Twin pack A19 E27 60W Equivalent Dimmable LED Smart Bulbs £24.99 @ Amazon

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Posted 15th Sep

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Back on offer at £24.99 again but with a wait on delivery - usually dispatched in 1 to 2 months.

Light your home smarter
Make light do more for you. Philips Hue is your personal wireless lighting system that lets you easily control your light from your device, creating the right ambience for any moment.


Add a Philips Hue white ambiance spot to your system and enhance your home with shades of white lights. With a range from warm white to cool daylight, this bulb helps you to wake up, relax, read, concentrate or energise.

Wirelessly controllable LED bulbs
Shades of white light (2200 - 6500K)
Dimmable, 25000 hours of lifetime
High light output, up to 806 lumen
Add up to 50 lights to one Hue bridge
Requires a Philips Hue bridge (excl.)
Wake up an go to sleep naturally

Wake up and go to sleep naturally
Philips Hue will help get you out of bed the way you like it, helping you start your day feeling refreshed. The light brightness increases gradually mimicking the effect of sunrise and helps you wake up naturally. In the evening, the relaxing warm white light helps you to go to sleep.


Create your ambiance with warm white to cool daylight
Set the right ambiance for any moment and decorate your home with warm to cool white light. Enjoy different styles throughout the year, no matter if it's the crisp white light reminding you of a spring breeze, the warm white light of a summer sun, or the ice cool daylight of winter.


Relax, read, concentrate and energise with light recipes
Philips Hue can help you to customize your daily routines. Get ready for the day with cool, bright white daylight that helps to energise. Stay focussed with finely tuned bright white light. Or put your feet up and relax with a soft glow of white light for the perfect end of the day.


Control with your voice with Alexa
Philips Hue works with Amazon Alexa to allow you to control your lights with your voice. Turn your lights on and off. Dim to the desired brightness for a perfect ambiance. Even make the light in your room warmer or cooler. All without lifting a finger.


Power your light sources
If you have a starter kit, screw the bulbs into your existing light fittings and turn on your wall light switches. For other Philips Hue lights, such as Philips Hue lightstrip plus, you only have to plug them in and power them. Simple.


Connect the Hue Bridge
If you have the starter kit, connect the Hue Bridge to your Wi-fi router using the network cable provided. Plug in the Hue bridge and it powers up automatically. Wait for the three lights to come on and you are good to go.


Configure your lights
Add the new lights to your system via the Philips Hue app.


Done!
Play around and experience light in ways you had never imagined. Control the lights in your home with your voice by connecting Philips Hue with Amazon Alexa.
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I've got colour bulbs but never use the colours on them, instead I've been buying white ambience and find them much more useful (and cheaper) than the colour versions.
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Voted hot for price. But 1-2 month delivery time is a bit much. I can't wait that long for new toys
c1emo4115/09/2019 10:05

Voted hot for price. But 1-2 month delivery time is a bit much. I can't …Voted hot for price. But 1-2 month delivery time is a bit much. I can't wait that long for new toys


It is a bit of a wait, but it could be a really nice surprise when the postman knocks on your door in a month - Christmas come early (apart from you paying for it yourself).
zeekillah15/09/2019 10:40

I believe already posted …I believe already posted https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/philips-hue-white-ambience-twin-pack-e27-at-amazon-2499-3291321


It was posted a week ago but that was expired before I posted this.

Someone has unexpired it since I posted this - cheeky!
Ordered 2 sets in the last deal and just had an email update today that dispatch has been brought forward by about 10 days, so likely to end up getting this deal quicker than suggested. I might have to buy another pair, but prefer the versatility of the coloured ones.
I've got colour bulbs but never use the colours on them, instead I've been buying white ambience and find them much more useful (and cheaper) than the colour versions.
Can I buy and use these as is? Or do I need to buy something else?
mad56979715/09/2019 13:23

Can I buy and use these as is? Or do I need to buy something else?


You need the Hue Hub. £42 on Amazon but if you look around places like Gumtree or Facebook marketplace, you should be able to pick one up cheaper.
redserpent15/09/2019 15:16

These Novostella brand ones dont need a …These Novostella brand ones dont need a hub.https://www.amazon.co.uk/Novostella-Dimmable-2700-6500K-Controlled-Required/dp/B07KVVX269/ref=pd_ybh_a_4?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=0DW5R8MPEGHMJP5Y2GJ9


Yeelight are good too, never had an issue with mine.
I believe you only need the hub if you don’t have a device that can act as a hub, such as certain Alexa devices.
Great product, Led's last long time and it's easy to use
khirsah16/09/2019 09:43

I believe you only need the hub if you don’t have a device that can act as …I believe you only need the hub if you don’t have a device that can act as a hub, such as certain Alexa devices.


Alexa links to the hub/Philips account, not to the bulbs
SC8816/09/2019 13:21

Alexa links to the hub/Philips account, not to the bulbs


I think you are confusing voice control with acting as a hub? You can’t do it with dots but some Alexa devices definitely act as a hub - echo plus for example.
Pretty sure someone is shilling these lights on here... They literally appear on this website every week. Not sure why any home lighting system should need a hardware hub when it's based on cloud technologies anyway and most people have a wifi router. You can get better quality home lighting systems on amazon that don't require a hub.
Edited by: "mr_johnsie" 17th Sep
mr_johnsie17/09/2019 13:12

Pretty sure someone is shilling these lights on here... They literally …Pretty sure someone is shilling these lights on here... They literally appear on this website every week. Not sure why any home lighting system should need a hardware hub when it's based on cloud technologies anyway and most people have a wifi router. You can get better quality home lighting systems on amazon that don't require a hub.


It's been posted by different users each time, and it's Amazon that's setting the prices - we're just finding them and posting when they hit low prices.
do these work with hive systems now?
mr_johnsie17/09/2019 13:12

Pretty sure someone is shilling these lights on here... They literally …Pretty sure someone is shilling these lights on here... They literally appear on this website every week. Not sure why any home lighting system should need a hardware hub when it's based on cloud technologies anyway and most people have a wifi router. You can get better quality home lighting systems on amazon that don't require a hub.


Yes they are expensive in general, but yes they are also very good for what they are.

You can get cheaper systems, but do they have the same quality as the Hue ones? they just work and I've not had a single device/light fail on me in several years.
khirsah16/09/2019 13:39

I think you are confusing voice control with acting as a hub? You can’t do …I think you are confusing voice control with acting as a hub? You can’t do it with dots but some Alexa devices definitely act as a hub - echo plus for example.


No I’m not. Hue bulbs use a ZigBee mesh network that is controlled by the Philips hub.
The first step of adding your lights to Alexa is to press the connect button on the hub itself.
The cloud control links to your hub also, the newer bulbs have Bluetooth (these don’t) and can be controlled individually and may behave differently with other smart devices.
SC8817/09/2019 14:47

No I’m not. Hue bulbs use a ZigBee mesh network that is controlled by the P …No I’m not. Hue bulbs use a ZigBee mesh network that is controlled by the Philips hub.The first step of adding your lights to Alexa is to press the connect button on the hub itself.The cloud control links to your hub also, the newer bulbs have Bluetooth (these don’t) and can be controlled individually and may behave differently with other smart devices.


No, you really are - sorry but you are not correct. That is the first step if you are using a hue hub itself. You can use a product with an integrated hub, such as the larger Echo devices, and you can even use bulbs with the hue dimmer switch directly without the hub.

howtogeek.com/280…ub/

In case you still think you are correct, let the Hue website inform you:

www2.meethue.com/en-…lus

Note: the section where it states "Bring your smart home to life with the full range of Philips Hue bulbs, lamps, switches and sensors. All you need is a Hue bridge to unlock the full Philips Hue experience." - the key part is the FULL Phillips Hue experience. for voice control you can use Echo without a bridge.

Alternatively take a look at Amazon's listing for an Echo Plus:

amazon.co.uk/dp/…son

First bullet point:

  • Echo Plus is a simple way to start your smart home. It has a built-in ZigBee smart home hub, which allows for simple and direct setup of compatible ZigBee lights, plugs and more from brands including Philips Hue, Hive and more. No additional hub required.

Edited by: "khirsah" 17th Sep
khirsah17/09/2019 16:07

No, you really are - sorry but you are not correct. That is the first step …No, you really are - sorry but you are not correct. That is the first step if you are using a hue hub itself. You can use a product with an integrated hub, such as the larger Echo devices, and you can even use bulbs with the hue dimmer switch directly without the hub. https://www.howtogeek.com/280576/you-can-use-philips-hue-bulbs-without-a-hub/In case you still think you are correct, let the Hue website inform you:https://www2.meethue.com/en-gb/friends-of-hue/amazon-alexa/echo-plusNote: the section where it states "Bring your smart home to life with the full range of Philips Hue bulbs, lamps, switches and sensors. All you need is a Hue bridge to unlock the full Philips Hue experience." - the key part is the FULL Phillips Hue experience. for voice control you can use Echo without a bridge. Alternatively take a look at Amazon's listing for an Echo Plus:https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B075RLRGB5/ref=fs_sonFirst bullet point:Echo Plus is a simple way to start your smart home. It has a built-in ZigBee smart home hub, which allows for simple and direct setup of compatible ZigBee lights, plugs and more from brands including Philips Hue, Hive and more. No additional hub required.


My bad, I was under the impression that it was the limitations that meant basically you only get on off etc and as these are essentially colour changing (different shades of white light rather than full rgb) it made it not worth it. Philips make that sound like the case, basically like the features when using a dimmer as standalone, makes more sense reading from Amazon.
Can I use it with google home?
Mine finally came today! Thanks OP for posting.
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