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Philips Hue White and Colour Ambience Starter Kit B22 / E27 (3 Colour bulbs + Hub + Dimmer Switch) + Echo Dot (3rd Gen) £94.99 @ Amazon
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Philips Hue White and Colour Ambience Starter Kit B22 / E27 (3 Colour bulbs + Hub + Dimmer Switch) + Echo Dot (3rd Gen) £94.99 @ Amazon

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Posted 6th Jul

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£25 more then Currys offer but here you get extra colour bulb + dimmer switch & Echo Dot.Starter Kit on its own at most places over £150.

Philips Hue White and Colour Ambience Starter Kit B22 / E27 (3 Colour bulbs + Hub + Dimmer Switch) + Echo Dot (3rd Gen) £94.99 @ Amazon


PHILIPS Hue White and Colour Ambiance B22 Smart Bulb Starter Kit + Echo Dot 3rd Gen

Philips Hue Starter Kit B22 + Echo Dot Charcoal
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Philips Hue Starter Kit B22 + Echo Dot Heather Grey
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Philips Hue Starter Kit B22 + Echo Dot Sandstone
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PHILIPS Hue White and Colour Ambiance E27 Smart Bulb Starter Kit + Echo Dot 3rd Gen

Philips Hue Starter Kit E27 + Echo Dot Charcoal
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Philips Hue Starter Kit E27 + Echo Dot Heather Grey
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Philips Hue Starter Kit E27 + Echo Dot Sandstone
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  • This bundle includes the Echo Dot (3rd Gen) and the Philips Hue White and Colour Ambience B22 Starter Kit - everything you need to start your smart home.
  • Echo Dot is our most popular voice-controlled speaker, now with improved sound and a new design compared to the previous-generation Echo Dot.
  • Ask Alexa to play music, answer questions, read the news, check the weather, set alarms, control compatible smart home devices, and more.
  • Stream songs from Amazon Music, Spotify, TuneIn and others through the improved speaker for richer and louder sound.
  • Call or message anyone with an Echo device or the Alexa App hands-free (Skype coming soon). Instantly drop in on other rooms in your home or make an announcement to every room with a compatible Echo device.
  • Alexa is always getting smarter and adding new skills such as tracking fitness, playing games and more.
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Wife said we don't need them as we have enough already.









Ordered
For an extra £25, but with the bulb and the cool wireless remote, this might be even better value that the 2 bulb and Google Mini set at Currys.

The remote is held onto the backplate (which comes with double-sided sticky pads) via magnet. You can cycle through scenes using multiple presses of the power on button. They're nice, the bedrooms at my folks place, and my bedroom at home, each have one.

I also always recommend going for E27 and using the 50p adapters from Ikea if needs be, but each to their own.

I'll spam my usual Hue primer for anyone interested that doesn't already know Hue.

If you are interested in home automation and/or voice control etc then the Hue route is a great place to start.

Ideally you want a Hue Starter Pack that includes a gateway (Hue Hub v2 or v2.1), a couple of bulbs (or more), and maybe a special dimmer switch (which you don't need but can be nice to have). There are different start packs available.

This one is three bulbs, a wireless remote and a hub. (And an Echo Dot.)

The Hue Hub is the thing that bridges between your network (for the app and the integration etc) and the bulbs (via Zigbee). You can get it separately (~£35), but it's better value to get it as part of a starter pack (~£55).

There's also a very basic version built into the newer Amazon Echo Plus.

The Hue hub is the easiest and most popular smart lighting gateway. The app (on iOS and Android) is great and there are lots of third-party replacements if you need something weird. Easy to schedule stuff (like gently waking up, or the lights to be turned on just before you get home from work), easy to control (the Hue Android widgets work great). Loads of third party apps too, like WinHue (Windows) for other devices too.

You then add extra bulbs, fancy devices (like motion sensors or dimmer switches) and/or fancy lights (like light strips and the "Go" lamp) as it tickles your fancy.

There are three main types of the normal Philips Hue bulbs: White, White Ambiance, and White & Colour Ambiance.

White are a warmish white, with adjustable brightness.

White Ambiance have an adjustable colour temperature (and brightness). You can make them give a cool white light, a warm white light, or anywhere between. Great for bedrooms (wake-up with the blue-ish light, go to sleep with the red-ish light).

White & Colour ("color") Ambiance let you adjust the colour in fancy ways, like red, green, blue.

I have White in communal areas (hallways etc), White Ambiance in all bedrooms (because it really does make a difference for me), and Colour next to big screens.

There's easy and reliable integration with Alexa (Amazon), HomeKit (Apple), and Google Home. It's also compatible with IFTT and Home Assistant etc for real custom setups.

Using Hue Sync, you can get the coloured setups to sync with what you're watching on TV, or what you're listening to. There are restrictions on the devices and setups you can use, but it's cool to see and so much fun to use. It integrates perfectly with modern Ambilight TVs too.

All the Hue devices communicate via Zigbee, which builds a mesh. That means the bulbs don't need to be in direct contact with the hub, so long as they can reach the hub via another bulb. The signal will span most houses so long as there are a decent number of bulbs spread throughout.

There are other options than Hue (WiFi bulbs like TP-Link's, other Zigbee systems like Ikea's Tradfri and Samsung SmartThings and some crazy Xiaomi stuff, and DeCONZ, Z-Wave systems and proprietary systems like Hive).

But Hue is the easiest, most popular, and best choice for smart lighting for most people.

If you've got any questions, pretty much anyone who has tried it will rapidly become a product evangelist. It really is that good.
Brilliant offer. If you just want more hue bulbs, you could flog the echo (£20) flog the hub (£30) and flog the dimmer (£10) and you've got 3 colour bulbs for £35
Still waiting for the Gu10 starter kit to pop up on a deal
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Bought when I don't really need them. Such a good spot.
Best price this has been. Was £114 last time.
Cracking deal
Perfect spot @Smash77
Still waiting for the Gu10 starter kit to pop up on a deal
1979crazy06/07/2019 11:29

Still waiting for the Gu10 starter kit to pop up on a deal


Ditto
Nice one! Ordered. :-)
Thanks
cheers
Great price. Would bite but don't need Alexa as in a Google run home
Brilliant offer. If you just want more hue bulbs, you could flog the echo (£20) flog the hub (£30) and flog the dimmer (£10) and you've got 3 colour bulbs for £35
Couldn’t resist at that price!
Scorchio
Can’t find the e27 link....can anyone point me there!?
MattC7606/07/2019 16:25

Can’t find the e27 link....can anyone point me there!?


Found it! Soz peeps!
super hot. much better than the currys deal atm i dont know why that is hotter!!
Thanks for posting @Smash77 we have added this to today's Highlights page
For an extra £25, but with the bulb and the cool wireless remote, this might be even better value that the 2 bulb and Google Mini set at Currys.

The remote is held onto the backplate (which comes with double-sided sticky pads) via magnet. You can cycle through scenes using multiple presses of the power on button. They're nice, the bedrooms at my folks place, and my bedroom at home, each have one.

I also always recommend going for E27 and using the 50p adapters from Ikea if needs be, but each to their own.

I'll spam my usual Hue primer for anyone interested that doesn't already know Hue.

If you are interested in home automation and/or voice control etc then the Hue route is a great place to start.

Ideally you want a Hue Starter Pack that includes a gateway (Hue Hub v2 or v2.1), a couple of bulbs (or more), and maybe a special dimmer switch (which you don't need but can be nice to have). There are different start packs available.

This one is three bulbs, a wireless remote and a hub. (And an Echo Dot.)

The Hue Hub is the thing that bridges between your network (for the app and the integration etc) and the bulbs (via Zigbee). You can get it separately (~£35), but it's better value to get it as part of a starter pack (~£55).

There's also a very basic version built into the newer Amazon Echo Plus.

The Hue hub is the easiest and most popular smart lighting gateway. The app (on iOS and Android) is great and there are lots of third-party replacements if you need something weird. Easy to schedule stuff (like gently waking up, or the lights to be turned on just before you get home from work), easy to control (the Hue Android widgets work great). Loads of third party apps too, like WinHue (Windows) for other devices too.

You then add extra bulbs, fancy devices (like motion sensors or dimmer switches) and/or fancy lights (like light strips and the "Go" lamp) as it tickles your fancy.

There are three main types of the normal Philips Hue bulbs: White, White Ambiance, and White & Colour Ambiance.

White are a warmish white, with adjustable brightness.

White Ambiance have an adjustable colour temperature (and brightness). You can make them give a cool white light, a warm white light, or anywhere between. Great for bedrooms (wake-up with the blue-ish light, go to sleep with the red-ish light).

White & Colour ("color") Ambiance let you adjust the colour in fancy ways, like red, green, blue.

I have White in communal areas (hallways etc), White Ambiance in all bedrooms (because it really does make a difference for me), and Colour next to big screens.

There's easy and reliable integration with Alexa (Amazon), HomeKit (Apple), and Google Home. It's also compatible with IFTT and Home Assistant etc for real custom setups.

Using Hue Sync, you can get the coloured setups to sync with what you're watching on TV, or what you're listening to. There are restrictions on the devices and setups you can use, but it's cool to see and so much fun to use. It integrates perfectly with modern Ambilight TVs too.

All the Hue devices communicate via Zigbee, which builds a mesh. That means the bulbs don't need to be in direct contact with the hub, so long as they can reach the hub via another bulb. The signal will span most houses so long as there are a decent number of bulbs spread throughout.

There are other options than Hue (WiFi bulbs like TP-Link's, other Zigbee systems like Ikea's Tradfri and Samsung SmartThings and some crazy Xiaomi stuff, and DeCONZ, Z-Wave systems and proprietary systems like Hive).

But Hue is the easiest, most popular, and best choice for smart lighting for most people.

If you've got any questions, pretty much anyone who has tried it will rapidly become a product evangelist. It really is that good.
Nexy06/07/2019 19:57

For an extra £25, but with the bulb and the cool wireless remote, this …For an extra £25, but with the bulb and the cool wireless remote, this might be even better value that the 2 bulb and Google Mini set at Currys.The remote is held onto the backplate (which comes with double-sided sticky pads) via magnet. You can cycle through scenes using multiple presses of the power on button. They're nice, the bedrooms at my folks place, and my bedroom at home, each have one.I also always recommend going for E27 and using the 50p adapters from Ikea if needs be, but each to their own.I'll spam my usual Hue primer for anyone interested that doesn't already know Hue.If you are interested in home automation and/or voice control etc then the Hue route is a great place to start.Ideally you want a Hue Starter Pack that includes a gateway (Hue Hub v2 or v2.1), a couple of bulbs (or more), and maybe a special dimmer switch (which you don't need but can be nice to have). There are different start packs available.This one is three bulbs, a wireless remote and a hub. (And an Echo Dot.)The Hue Hub is the thing that bridges between your network (for the app and the integration etc) and the bulbs (via Zigbee). You can get it separately (~£35), but it's better value to get it as part of a starter pack (~£55).There's also a very basic version built into the newer Amazon Echo Plus. The Hue hub is the easiest and most popular smart lighting gateway. The app (on iOS and Android) is great and there are lots of third-party replacements if you need something weird. Easy to schedule stuff (like gently waking up, or the lights to be turned on just before you get home from work), easy to control (the Hue Android widgets work great). Loads of third party apps too, like WinHue (Windows) for other devices too.You then add extra bulbs, fancy devices (like motion sensors or dimmer switches) and/or fancy lights (like light strips and the "Go" lamp) as it tickles your fancy.There are three main types of the normal Philips Hue bulbs: White, White Ambiance, and White & Colour Ambiance.White are a warmish white, with adjustable brightness.White Ambiance have an adjustable colour temperature (and brightness). You can make them give a cool white light, a warm white light, or anywhere between. Great for bedrooms (wake-up with the blue-ish light, go to sleep with the red-ish light).White & Colour ("color") Ambiance let you adjust the colour in fancy ways, like red, green, blue. I have White in communal areas (hallways etc), White Ambiance in all bedrooms (because it really does make a difference for me), and Colour next to big screens.There's easy and reliable integration with Alexa (Amazon), HomeKit (Apple), and Google Home. It's also compatible with IFTT and Home Assistant etc for real custom setups.Using Hue Sync, you can get the coloured setups to sync with what you're watching on TV, or what you're listening to. There are restrictions on the devices and setups you can use, but it's cool to see and so much fun to use. It integrates perfectly with modern Ambilight TVs too.All the Hue devices communicate via Zigbee, which builds a mesh. That means the bulbs don't need to be in direct contact with the hub, so long as they can reach the hub via another bulb. The signal will span most houses so long as there are a decent number of bulbs spread throughout.There are other options than Hue (WiFi bulbs like TP-Link's, other Zigbee systems like Ikea's Tradfri and Samsung SmartThings and some crazy Xiaomi stuff, and DeCONZ, Z-Wave systems and proprietary systems like Hive). But Hue is the easiest, most popular, and best choice for smart lighting for most people.If you've got any questions, pretty much anyone who has tried it will rapidly become a product evangelist. It really is that good.


Nice detailed Info.
Heat added and ordered set , on the market for new house so good start
mart32106/07/2019 13:00

Brilliant offer. If you just want more hue bulbs, you could flog the echo …Brilliant offer. If you just want more hue bulbs, you could flog the echo (£20) flog the hub (£30) and flog the dimmer (£10) and you've got 3 colour bulbs for £35


Can get 30 for the echo sold 3 recently at 29.99 sold within half a day each time. And that's with postage on top, was cheaper on Amazon at the time.
Didn’t need them but bought
Wife said we don't need them as we have enough already.









Ordered
Managed to get it for £63.73 with help from promo credits, I’m probably going to sell 2 of the bulbs as I really only need 1 e27 and 10 GU10s but there is never any deals on the GU10s!!
think a better deal will come on prime day?
azual06/07/2019 23:21

think a better deal will come on prime day?


Doubt it

I’m holding off the purchase for now as I’ve still got a brand new bulb unused but it’s horribly tempting to get a new lamp to add to the ambilight setup. Or just add Hue to other rooms in the house that have no real purpose for it (e.g landing and hallway lol
Also really wanting the GU10 bulbs as new house has them everywhere. Are there any advantages of these in the offer vs the GU10 ones in terms of performance?
abx07/07/2019 10:12

Also really wanting the GU10 bulbs as new house has them everywhere. Are …Also really wanting the GU10 bulbs as new house has them everywhere. Are there any advantages of these in the offer vs the GU10 ones in terms of performance?


GU10 are 6.5W & this ones are 10W.
chris_6106/07/2019 22:38

Managed to get it for £63.73 with help from promo credits, I’m probably go …Managed to get it for £63.73 with help from promo credits, I’m probably going to sell 2 of the bulbs as I really only need 1 e27 and 10 GU10s but there is never any deals on the GU10s!!


how you get £30 promo credit???
azual07/07/2019 11:27

how you get £30 promo credit???



£10 for installing amazon assistant, £20 for complaining about orders being delayed / cancelled
Ordered this morning, but now shows £119 (not sure if this is a one order offer or it’s gone up in price
LOGiCALX07/07/2019 13:41

Ordered this morning, but now shows £119 (not sure if this is a one order …Ordered this morning, but now shows £119 (not sure if this is a one order offer or it’s gone up in price


Still it shows £94.99 but for B22 bulbs are temporary OOS can still pre ordered & E27 bulbs bundle still available for next day delivery.
If anyone is interested, I ordered the Curry's deal for store pickup and got the 3 bulbs and dimmer switch (+the Google home mini) for £69.99.

Worth a shot as you don't pay until you collect it.
Edited by: "711324" 7th Jul
azual06/07/2019 23:21

think a better deal will come on prime day?


You could buy now and hang on to it till prime day, if a better deal comes up just return this one
Best Deal yet if like me your after bulbs only ......

Ebay......

Hub = £25 min
Dimmer = £15 min
Echo = £20-£25.

= potentially £10 a bulb !!!!!!!

Bargain.
71132407/07/2019 14:00

If anyone is interested, I ordered the Curry's deal for store pickup and …If anyone is interested, I ordered the Curry's deal for store pickup and got the 3 bulbs and dimmer switch (+the Google home mini) for £69.99.Worth a shot as you don't pay until you collect it.


I thought it was 2 bulbs and no dimmer switch for £69.99 in that deal?
chris_6107/07/2019 11:39

£10 for installing amazon assistant, £20 for complaining about orders b …£10 for installing amazon assistant, £20 for complaining about orders being delayed / cancelled


Amazon assistant doesn't work on this package??
Sanzai07/07/2019 18:56

I thought it was 2 bulbs and no dimmer switch for £69.99 in that deal?


It's meant to be but that's not what I was given in store.

I believe Curry's did this the last time too.

Reserve for store collection and you don't pay until you pick it up, so worth a shot.
71132407/07/2019 19:03

It's meant to be but that's not what I was given in store. I believe …It's meant to be but that's not what I was given in store. I believe Curry's did this the last time too.Reserve for store collection and you don't pay until you pick it up, so worth a shot.


So just hope you get a member of staff that doesn't give a fudge?
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