Philips Hue White Personal B22 Bayonet £9.99 with Prime @ Amazon
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Philips Hue White Personal B22 Bayonet £9.99 with Prime @ Amazon

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Found 5th Dec
single bulb for £9.99 or the twin pack for £19.99. Both temporarily out of stock but can still be ordered.

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hotukdeals.com/dea…589

Showing as £14.99 and were buy two get one free?
Edited by: "richard_ha" 5th Dec

There is a 3 for 2 promo. ie add the twin pack and 2 singles for a total of £29.98 thats £7.50 a bulb. Or 3 packs of 2 comes to £6.66 a bulb
Edited by: "rhinopaul" 5th Dec

rhinopaul1 m ago

There is a 3 for 2 promo. ie add the twin pack and 2 singles for a total …There is a 3 for 2 promo. ie add the twin pack and 2 singles for a total of £29.98 thats £7.50 a bulb.


How do we get that?

Dont forget 3 for 2 promo - so 3 bulbs for 19.98, just over 6.65 a bulb.
Edited by: "Aftab_Khan" 5th Dec

WimpSlayer1 m ago

How do we get that?


Just add them to your basket, it will deduct at checkout.

richard_ha6 m ago

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/philips-hue-white-personal-wireless-lighting-led-9-w-b22-bayonet-cap-3-for-2-at-amazon-for-1249-prime-1648-non-prime-2840589Showing as £14.99 and were buy two get one free?


You are not looking at Amazon, Thats Maplin. Look under all sellers. they are temporary OOS but can be ordered.

deal over

missed it

When I went to the checkout it added the deal to my price

Still available for the twin pack, select other sellers on Amazon = £19.99 for the twin pack. Add a qty of 3, goes upto to £58.97, go all the way to the payment screen and its £39.98 for a total of 6 bulbs!
Just ordered now, still available to order in this way as of 10pm, just can't do it on a single bulb. Works out £6.66 a bulb.

shakerstevens4 m ago

Still available for the twin pack, select other sellers on Amazon = £19.99 …Still available for the twin pack, select other sellers on Amazon = £19.99 for the twin pack. Add a qty of 3, goes upto to £58.97, go all the way to the payment screen and its £39.98 for a total of 6 bulbs!Just ordered now, still available to order in this way as of 10pm, just can't do it on a single bulb. Works out £6.66 a bulb.


Just done this, thank you Sir

this is basically the deal thats available to still order (not in stock though) that I've just done
hotukdeals.com/dea…256

Bobbytallant59 s ago

Just done this, thank you Sir


my pleasue

shakerstevens7 m ago

my pleasue


Ordered 12 in the end, can't see me getting them any cheaper than £6.66 hope they fulfil the order

am i being stupid but I can't see the £9.99 bulbs? I have got 7 and only need a couple of more, so no need for the twin bulbs ones

You're not being stupid - only the twin pack for £19.99 is still available.

keith4346 m ago

am i being stupid but I can't see the £9.99 bulbs? I have got 7 and only …am i being stupid but I can't see the £9.99 bulbs? I have got 7 and only need a couple of more, so no need for the twin bulbs ones


see my earlier post, only available as a £19.99 twin pack now still the same price per bulb of course:

Still available for the twin pack, select other sellers on Amazon = £19.99 for the twin pack. Add a qty of 3, goes upto to £58.97, go all the way to the payment screen and its £39.98 for a total of 6 bulbs!
Just ordered now, still available to order in this way as of 10pm, just can't do it on a single bulb. Works out £6.66 a bulb.

shakerstevens5 m ago

see my earlier post, only available as a £19.99 twin pack now still the …see my earlier post, only available as a £19.99 twin pack now still the same price per bulb of course:Still available for the twin pack, select other sellers on Amazon = £19.99 for the twin pack. Add a qty of 3, goes upto to £58.97, go all the way to the payment screen and its £39.98 for a total of 6 bulbs!Just ordered now, still available to order in this way as of 10pm, just can't do it on a single bulb. Works out £6.66 a bulb.



So the deal isn't avaiable now then - I don't need 6 bulbs, which is a shame otherwise I would have got some

keith431 m ago

So the deal isn't avaiable now then - I don't need 6 bulbs, which is a …So the deal isn't avaiable now then - I don't need 6 bulbs, which is a shame otherwise I would have got some


Same here, I only need 4 , so the other 2 will be going on ebay for £20
Which means my 4 remaining bulbs cost a fiver each, give or take after ebay fees...

£13 for a lightbulb?

What's so special about them?

Pro-Elec by CPC does a great range of quality LED bulbs (normal and dimmable).... with about 90% saving, just saying.
i'll bet you all buy Nike trainers and Adidas shirts too. (paying stupid money for a name).

WizardOfWelshness8 h, 25 m ago

Pro-Elec by CPC does a great range of quality LED bulbs (normal and …Pro-Elec by CPC does a great range of quality LED bulbs (normal and dimmable).... with about 90% saving, just saying.i'll bet you all buy Nike trainers and Adidas shirts too. (paying stupid money for a name).


thanks for your views, very helpful and insightful

you're most welcome @keith43 nothing like a little reality check to bring out the butthurt.
i guess Cricketers buy Philips LED bulbs then? .... myself, i'm just a factory worker and a CPC £1.60 dimmable LED will do me just fine, but each to their own. money>sense

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WizardOfWelshness15 m ago

you're most welcome @keith43 nothing like a little reality check to bring …you're most welcome @keith43 nothing like a little reality check to bring out the butthurt.i guess Cricketers buy Philips LED bulbs then? .... myself, i'm just a factory worker and a CPC £1.60 dimmable LED will do me just fine, but each to their own. money>sense



Have you actually looked at the item description or are you just trying to troll?

You can control the Philips hue bulbs from your phone, remote controls, via motion sensors, on schedules etc which is why they are more expensive than a normal led bulb, but I'm sure you already knew this.

WizardOfWelshness3 h, 58 m ago

you're most welcome @keith43 nothing like a little reality check to bring …you're most welcome @keith43 nothing like a little reality check to bring out the butthurt.i guess Cricketers buy Philips LED bulbs then? .... myself, i'm just a factory worker and a CPC £1.60 dimmable LED will do me just fine, but each to their own. money>sense


Do those CPC bulbs operate in a smart home set up? Do they turn off based on routines, or perhaps when you leave home, or even when those pesky children leave a light on thus saving you more money than the bulb costs in the long run?

I guess what we are trying to say is its not a CPC vs Philips brand (I'm not bothered about the brand, of course Philips make normal bulbs just like CPC too, and probably a similar price ) its the functionality that you may or may not find useful of a smart bulb. They are not for everyone but the deal is posted here on HUKD as its a big saving compared to the normal costs.
Edited by: "shakerstevens" 6th Dec

thanks for the stern knocking down both, i live in an old council house that was built in the 50's in an effort to relieve the housing crisis (at the time), yes it's pre-fabricated.& "smart home set-up" included mains electrical wiring for sockets and lights back then.

i think it's great that you don't mind spending on such frivolities, i splashed out on a remote dimmer myself for the living room but it still cost less than a bulb.
however did you manage before this amazing tech.... i just "switch" the lights as i go, but i guess you'd recommend i spend £180+ on bulbs and whatever extra to control them?

maybe i have the tech bug since i bought that remote dimmer switch... that's it, you've talked me into it... i totally justify the expense just to be able to sit motionless and turn a light on/off in another room.

I was a cynic before I bought my bulbs too Wizard - it doesn't seem like a particularly useful thing to be able to do. I took the plunge because I live in an old terrace house and my living room light switch is on the far wall, meaning I have to stumble across the room in the dark to turn the lights on. Being able to say "Alexa, turn the lamp on" was a nice feature.

Then you start to find the little things you never expected your lamps to do. For example, my living room light is now configured to automatically turn the lights on at sunset, fading in the lights as the sun goes down so you don't even notice them come on. At about 9pm, it automatically warms the colour temperature over about half an hour - long enough that you don't perceive any visible change, but the warmer tones are better for helping you sleep.

These bulbs don't support colour or temperature changing, but I'm still picking some up. The ceiling light doesn't have a hue bulb yet, so these will finally give me the opportunity to say "Alexa, put t'big light on"

WizardOfWelshness5 h, 59 m ago

you're most welcome @keith43 nothing like a little reality check to bring …you're most welcome @keith43 nothing like a little reality check to bring out the butthurt.i guess Cricketers buy Philips LED bulbs then? .... myself, i'm just a factory worker and a CPC £1.60 dimmable LED will do me just fine, but each to their own. money>sense


Haha

I take it you have to have a hub connected to your router to use these?

Thank you @bblgoose , i genuinely appreciate you taking the time, worthy information some of which i wasn't aware. i tried the CFL Hue 2 years ago and just couldn't get on with them or using the remote (kept turning the switch off out of habit) so they all went back in the box after about a week.
i can see the appeal for some, but still a little out of my price range for these newer Amazon controlled (Alexa) ones, and i'd have to get set-up from scratch anyway (i don't even have a Amazon account).... i do like the subtle effects you described though, that part was completely new to me. Thanks again.

WizardOfWelshness2 h, 38 m ago

thanks for the stern knocking down both, i live in an old council house …thanks for the stern knocking down both, i live in an old council house that was built in the 50's in an effort to relieve the housing crisis (at the time), yes it's pre-fabricated.& "smart home set-up" included mains electrical wiring for sockets and lights back then.i think it's great that you don't mind spending on such frivolities, i splashed out on a remote dimmer myself for the living room but it still cost less than a bulb. however did you manage before this amazing tech.... i just "switch" the lights as i go, but i guess you'd recommend i spend £180+ on bulbs and whatever extra to control them?maybe i have the tech bug since i bought that remote dimmer switch... that's it, you've talked me into it... i totally justify the expense just to be able to sit motionless and turn a light on/off in another room.


I live in a house built in 1910 what difference does it make what year it was built in?

No actually I wouldn't recommend you spend £180+ on bulbs, but there is nothing to stop you of course if you so desire. You must have mansion then as these bulbs at £6.66 and your happy to spend £180+ means at least 27 bulbs in your house.

Yes you have definitely caught the tech bug, after all what would you do without the internet that you are posting these comments via? I bet 15 or 20 years ago you said the internet would never catch on, just like smart bulbs won't do today...

lonechump48 m ago

I take it you have to have a hub connected to your router to use these?


Yes, either the hue hub or if you are looking at getting a smart speaker then the Amazon Echo+ model has a basic hub built in.

Thanks OP just ordered 6

WizardOfWelshness8 h, 56 m ago

you're most welcome @keith43 nothing like a little reality check to bring …you're most welcome @keith43 nothing like a little reality check to bring out the butthurt.i guess Cricketers buy Philips LED bulbs then? .... myself, i'm just a factory worker and a CPC £1.60 dimmable LED will do me just fine, but each to their own. money>sense



@WizardOfWelshness thanks for reading my blog. Next you are going to tell me going to watch cricket in Australia/NZ/India is just like watching it on tv...
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