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Philips Hue White Smart Bulb 3 Pack LED Bundle [GU10 Spot, E27, E14 Small Edison Screw] £32.99 at Amazon
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Philips Hue White Smart Bulb 3 Pack LED Bundle [GU10 Spot, E27, E14 Small Edison Screw] £32.99 at Amazon

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Posted 10th Feb

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  • What's required? - nothing This product works out of the box with the free 'Philips Hue Bluetooth' app. Simply screw in your new GU10 Bulb (perfect fit) and connect to the Bluetooth app for in room smart lighting control
  • Get started in no time - With no complex installation required you can start controlling your smart LED lights straight out of the box with your smart device or voice. Discover the easiest way to control your lighting
  • Easy dimming - experience easy and smooth dimming. Not too bright. Not to dark. Simply adjust your smart lights to create the right ambience
  • Control lights with your voice - Works with all echo smart speakers/displays and Google nest devices for hands-free voice control (Philips Hue bridge (sold separately) is required for Echo 1st Gen and echo Dot 1st Gen)
  • Unlock your homes full potential - add a Philips Hue bridge (sold separately, optional) to your cart and unlock full home Control, either when you're home or away
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I can't imagine much incentive to getting GU10 smart bulbs that are dim-only. Typically bathroom/kitchen lighting is typically on or off in short bursts. With the cheapest bulbs you're basically over-complicating things and will be stood in your kitchen toggling the light switch after you turned it off with your phone or Alexa.

If they did tunable/ambience at this price it'd be "one size fits all" as far as temperature goes. Most people have a lot of spot-lights on the ceiling, that's prohibitively expensive for ambience or colour. They should really drop GU10 pricing cheaper than B22/E27.
Edited by: "schmoog" 10th Feb
Eurghhh warm white yukkkyy
I new to smart home things.
I don't need dimmer feature.
But would like to be able to program lights to switch on/off when I'm away?

Questions:
1. Would also need to buy the Hue bridge for that?
2. Is there a better way of programming lights to switch on/off when away?

Thanks
dan44410/02/2020 18:49

I new to smart home things.I don't need dimmer feature.But would like to …I new to smart home things.I don't need dimmer feature.But would like to be able to program lights to switch on/off when I'm away?Questions:1. Would also need to buy the Hue bridge for that?2. Is there a better way of programming lights to switch on/off when away?Thanks


1. Yes
2. Yes, in the hue app
Do these change colour?
gylesrainer11/02/2020 03:07

Do these change colour?


Nope. They're fixed. White is fixed temp, dim-only.

If you want tunable white (i.e. warm white to cool white) is white ambience. Not white.

If you want reds, greens, blues, whites and everything in-between it's white and colour ambience.

Both are more expensive than the base model white. But the white ambience can be had for ~£15/bulb here and there (sales, multipacks or Amazon warehouse discounts). The colour ones tend to hit a lowest point of £23-£25 per bulb.
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