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PHILIPS Hue White & Colour Ambience E27 / GU10 / B22 Smart Bulb Starter Kits (3 x bulbs - dimmer - bridge) £89.99 with code @ Currys
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PHILIPS Hue White & Colour Ambience E27 / GU10 / B22 Smart Bulb Starter Kits (3 x bulbs - dimmer - bridge) £89.99 with code @ Currys

£89.99£123.9927%Currys PC World Deals
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Posted 18th Sep 2019

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Use code PHILIPS40 at checkout to get the below prices on hue starter kits, working on 3 of the kits at the time of posting. Includes 3 bulbs, dimmer switch and the bridge. Links below.


PHILIPS Hue White & Colour Ambience E27 Smart Bulb Starter Kit £89.99
PHILIPS Hue White & Colour Ambience GU10 Starter Kit £89.99
PHILIPS Hue A60 White & Colour Ambience B22 Starter Kit £89.99




PHILIPS Hue White & Colour Ambience E27 Smart Bulb Starter Kit £89.99

  • Control your lighting from your smartphone
  • Includes bridge / dimmer / bulbs x 3
  • Works with Apple HomeKit / Amazon Alexa / Google Assistant / Nest / IFTTT / Logitech
  • Customise your lighting experience
  • Sync lights with movies and music
  • 2 Year Guarantee

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PHILIPS Hue White & Colour Ambience GU10 Starter Kit £89.99


  • Control your lighting from your smartphone
  • Works with Apple HomeKit / Google Assistant / Amazon Alexa
  • Choose from 16 million colours
  • Sync lights with movies and music
  • 2 Year Guarantee

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PHILIPS Hue A60 White & Colour Ambience B22 Starter Kit £89.99

  • Control your lighting from your smartphone
  • Works with Apple HomeKit / Google Assistant / Amazon Alexa
  • Choose from 16 million colours
  • Sync lights with movies and music
  • 2 Year Guarantee

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In before some dull galoot starts going on about his £5 chinese bulbs that no-one asked or cares about.
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Thanks for posting - cant seem to apply the code for collection. Is that normal?
germainsophie18/09/2019 14:51

Thanks for posting - cant seem to apply the code for collection. Is that …Thanks for posting - cant seem to apply the code for collection. Is that normal?




It only works for delivery as far as I know. thanks
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Damn oos for delivery - the gu10s
germainsophie18/09/2019 15:01

Damn oos for delivery - the gu10s




Maybe check back later, Currys stock system is temperamental
My light sockets are the b22 is this a good version? Only ask as every post for these people go on about the gu10.
also can I add more bulbs to this bridge?
Bridge supports up to 50 lights IIRC.
mad56979718/09/2019 15:42

My light sockets are the b22 is this a good version? Only ask as every …My light sockets are the b22 is this a good version? Only ask as every post for these people go on about the gu10.also can I add more bulbs to this bridge?


B22 is what most people may have in ceiling pendants, those who have converted to Spotlights will have GU10s

can add plenty more bulbs to teh single bridge
Thanks! Managed to get the GU10 kit.
After the GU10 Colour but oos for delivery. Can't use code for collection.
Are all 3 bulbs on the b22 white & colour? Or is it 2 white 1 colour or vice versa
I guess they’re selling off stock ahead of when these become Bluetooth by default which is this autumn for GU10s in Europe. I was researching this yesterday... signify.com/en-…oth
You can get £5 voucher through vouchercodes,to sweeten this deal
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In before some dull galoot starts going on about his £5 chinese bulbs that no-one asked or cares about.
Never e14s on offer. Adapters don't work in the wall fitting we have as it makes the bulb stick out the top.
Hyper_Z18/09/2019 16:49

You can get £5 voucher through vouchercodes,to sweeten this deal [Image]


Not seeing that offer :-(
joeymcjoe18/09/2019 16:20

I guess they’re selling off stock ahead of when these become Bluetooth by d …I guess they’re selling off stock ahead of when these become Bluetooth by default which is this autumn for GU10s in Europe. I was researching this yesterday... https://www.signify.com/en-gb/our-company/news/press-releases/2019/20190627-signify-launches-philips-hue-with-bluetooth



Dont need BT, so hope they have to drop the price further to clear stock
First time I've seen the GU10's on offer (colour) and it would be after I've finished my set-up!

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Someone wake me up if and when B22s are in stock for delivery
Ta
rufioh18/09/2019 18:46

Someone wake me up if and when B22s are in stock for delivery Someone wake me up if and when B22s are in stock for delivery Ta


They where when this got posted this afternoon.. I couldn’t work out if it was a good deal or not with no heat
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ChrisiB18/09/2019 20:03

They where when this got posted this afternoon.. I couldn’t work out if it …They where when this got posted this afternoon.. I couldn’t work out if it was a good deal or not with no heat


Check on ebay for similar deals may be
does anyone know if it is possible to use the code for collection? out of stock for delivery....
joeymcjoe18/09/2019 16:20

I guess they’re selling off stock ahead of when these become Bluetooth by d …I guess they’re selling off stock ahead of when these become Bluetooth by default which is this autumn for GU10s in Europe. I was researching this yesterday... https://www.signify.com/en-gb/our-company/news/press-releases/2019/20190627-signify-launches-philips-hue-with-bluetooth


What benefit will BTooth bring. I can't see any myself, but this worries me to think that I'm missing something?
I need help! Do I pull the trigger now or wait until Black Friday? New home is ready end of November, so do I be patient or is this too good to pass up?
deebrad18/09/2019 23:33

I need help! Do I pull the trigger now or wait until Black Friday? New …I need help! Do I pull the trigger now or wait until Black Friday? New home is ready end of November, so do I be patient or is this too good to pass up?


I was in the same situation myself with the 124.99 offer at amazon/argos. But for £90 this is even better.

I just managed to order one now but it seems like they're not available for delivery again (gu10s).

If they become cheaper during black friday, suppose you could always sell on ebay etc?
Nooo Currys just went down as I went to order
killevery1ne19/09/2019 00:28

Nooo Currys just went down as I went to order


Unlucky - think I did it just in the nick of time.
Didnt get an order confirmation on screen but thankfully have received an email.
Here's hoping!
rufioh18/09/2019 18:46

Someone wake me up if and when B22s are in stock for delivery Someone wake me up if and when B22s are in stock for delivery Ta




@rufioh showing available for delivery as of 05:36
Showing in stock and letting me add code but then says they cannot process the order b22’s
I just reserved two of the gu10 starter packs. Currys website say you get an extra free gu10 making it a four bulb set...wonder if they will honour the code as well in-store 🤞🤞
I bet this has been asked a thousand times but....
Is one bridge per lighting circuit or for the whole house please?
FunkiestMonkey19/09/2019 06:56

I bet this has been asked a thousand times but....Is one bridge per …I bet this has been asked a thousand times but....Is one bridge per lighting circuit or for the whole house please?


Whole house
Good price
rredmayne18/09/2019 23:05

What benefit will BTooth bring. I can't see any myself, but this worries …What benefit will BTooth bring. I can't see any myself, but this worries me to think that I'm missing something?


No need for a bridge I think. Bit more future proof so likely to get more if you sell on.
theo_c_cupier19/09/2019 06:23

I just reserved two of the gu10 starter packs. Currys website say you get …I just reserved two of the gu10 starter packs. Currys website say you get an extra free gu10 making it a four bulb set...wonder if they will honour the code as well in-store 🤞🤞


You managed to reserve for the low low price of £90 to pick up? I couldn’t add the code to pick up.
Save me 5mins of research please! Any open source/home server solutions that work with Hue? I like the principle but I try to avoid big tech cloud.
rredmayne18/09/2019 23:05

What benefit will BTooth bring. I can't see any myself, but this worries …What benefit will BTooth bring. I can't see any myself, but this worries me to think that I'm missing something?


It’s purely for people that don’t want to get a bridge and control via BT. If you have a bridge I don’t think you would have any benefit at all. It brings them in like with “dumb” smartlights that are just off on / brightness from a remote or a phone as some people may just want one bulb. I’d say most people will use with a hub, but it gives those without one an option.
FunkiestMonkey19/09/2019 06:56

I bet this has been asked a thousand times but....Is one bridge per …I bet this has been asked a thousand times but....Is one bridge per lighting circuit or for the whole house please?


One bridge will do many bulbs, not sure of the figure but we have about 25 on one bridge.
pr2thej19/09/2019 09:16

Save me 5mins of research please! Any open source/home server solutions …Save me 5mins of research please! Any open source/home server solutions that work with Hue? I like the principle but I try to avoid big tech cloud.


Any reason why? You can use the bulbs with just a dimmer switch if you want but to get full functionality the bridge is recommended. Would assume anything Bluetooth could control these but you’re relying on connection to that device and the Bluetooth connection. The Phillips hub has been faultless for me and out of home control is excellent and reliable.
hukdm19/09/2019 07:20

Whole house


50 devices per hub I believe? This includes switches and sensors
pr2thej19/09/2019 09:16

Save me 5mins of research please! Any open source/home server solutions …Save me 5mins of research please! Any open source/home server solutions that work with Hue? I like the principle but I try to avoid big tech cloud.


Home Assistant - home-assistant.io/

You can use a Raspberry Pi as the server Not sure if it's local only but I'm sure you can configure that.
NeoBlade19/09/2019 10:50

Home Assistant - https://www.home-assistant.io/You can use a Raspberry Pi …Home Assistant - https://www.home-assistant.io/You can use a Raspberry Pi as the server Not sure if it's local only but I'm sure you can configure that.



khirsah19/09/2019 09:33

It’s purely for people that don’t want to get a bridge and control via BT. …It’s purely for people that don’t want to get a bridge and control via BT. If you have a bridge I don’t think you would have any benefit at all. It brings them in like with “dumb” smartlights that are just off on / brightness from a remote or a phone as some people may just want one bulb. I’d say most people will use with a hub, but it gives those without one an option. One bridge will do many bulbs, not sure of the figure but we have about 25 on one bridge.Any reason why? You can use the bulbs with just a dimmer switch if you want but to get full functionality the bridge is recommended. Would assume anything Bluetooth could control these but you’re relying on connection to that device and the Bluetooth connection. The Phillips hub has been faultless for me and out of home control is excellent and reliable.



Thank you! I've heard of Home Assistant before and have a few Pi's doing various bits already so will look into that.

Khirsah - Just don't want to limit myself for the purposes of future IoT plans for the house. Looking to put together the best ecosystem thats not "big tech cloud" branded (privacy reasons).
Edited by: "pr2thej" 19th Sep 2019
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