Philips Hue White wireless Bulb Starter Kit £39.99 delivered @ BT Shop
894°Expired

Philips Hue White wireless Bulb Starter Kit £39.99 delivered @ BT Shop

33
Found 26th Aug 2017
Currently cheapest

Philips Hue White wireless Bulb Starter Kit

£39.99 delivered

@ BT Shop


  • Perfect digital dimming
  • Set lights to turn on and off when you're away from home
  • Control from your iOS and Android smart devices
  • Always up to date
  • Enjoy light effects synced to your moment
  • Customise your connected lighting
  • Connect up to 50 bulbs and lamps
  • Use the timer to set alarms and change your lights over time
Philips Hue Personal wireless lighting 8718291797111 Hue lux — warm white light Starter pack 2 x E27 9 W LED bulbs & bridge Mobile device controlled
Control your lights from anywhere

App-controlled light settings in an instant
Control your lights from anywhere. Philips Hue lux brings you a bright and dimmable warm, white light that you can control from your smart device. Hue lux bulbs fit into existing E27 light fittings. Step into the world of connected lighting.


2774343-dhSAb.jpg2774343-WnE8X.jpg
Community Updates
Save £10! was £49.99

Product overview
33 Comments
Very good price. Heat added.
Anyone that uses the Hue bulbs do you get a bayonet adapter with them as it doesn't mention in the write up as only bayonet connections in our lights
picked up a TP-link bulb yesterday which comes with a bayonet adapter but if these come with adaptors I'll get them as works out cheaper to add more bulbs as the TP link ones are £25 eac
Can hackers break into your WI-FI
NFS11 m ago

Anyone that uses the Hue bulbs do you get a bayonet adapter with them as …Anyone that uses the Hue bulbs do you get a bayonet adapter with them as it doesn't mention in the write up as only bayonet connections in our lights picked up a TP-link bulb yesterday which comes with a bayonet adapter but if these come with adaptors I'll get them as works out cheaper to add more bulbs as the TP link ones are £25 eac


They do two version. ES and BC. ES don’t come with the adapter
Billythebubble11 m ago

Can hackers break into your WI-FI


Yes? But that’s got nothing to do with this
NFS16 m ago

Anyone that uses the Hue bulbs do you get a bayonet adapter with them as …Anyone that uses the Hue bulbs do you get a bayonet adapter with them as it doesn't mention in the write up as only bayonet connections in our lights picked up a TP-link bulb yesterday which comes with a bayonet adapter but if these come with adaptors I'll get them as works out cheaper to add more bulbs as the TP link ones are £25 eac


lots of adaptors on amazon for for about £2 had to grab a few myself
Thanks for the comments, might see if I can take my TP link bulb back to Maplin for a refund and then get these
Yeelight is honestly the best option for the price
Good price and heated. If it's just a simple on/off/dim setup you're after then this is ideal. However, if you're going to start a serious Hue setup you're going to end up spending a lot more, you'd be better investing in a Colour Starter Kit, even at full price.
will this hub work with wemo devices so that you can create activities ?

thanks
They really shouldn't call this package "Hue", because the lights are only white, so they are not proper "Hue" lights.

But given that the bridge usually costs 50 pounds (outrageous, hm?), it seems to be a good package deal.
MrPuddington6 m ago

They really shouldn't call this package "Hue", because the lights are only …They really shouldn't call this package "Hue", because the lights are only white, so they are not proper "Hue" lights.But given that the bridge usually costs 50 pounds (outrageous, hm?), it seems to be a good package deal.



Maybe it has 1 million different shades of white.
meridiusuk59 m ago

will this hub work with wemo devices so that you can create activities …will this hub work with wemo devices so that you can create activities ?thanks


Wont work with Wemo stuff.


This is only an OK deal if you dont own a bridge, as the bulbs can be had for under £15.00 each and these bulbs are good for putting in places you're not bother about colour temp eg hallways and and main lights for instance I have these in the the bedroom main lights and halls, i use ambience in the living rooms etc..
Edited by: "Ninjesus" 26th Aug 2017
What comparison site are you using for the image in the description?
Is this compatible with amazon echo/Alexa?
sweetkris1 m ago

Is this compatible with amazon echo/Alexa?


Yep
adamclacher2 h, 28 m ago

What comparison site are you using for the image in the description?

​Bump, I too would like to know which price comparison tool was used for that. Thank you in advance
sweetkris2 h, 56 m ago

Is this compatible with amazon echo/Alexa?


These are the best lights to purchase - it's true, the colour ones are better IMO - but I have never had an issue. My tiny bare on the hue system is if the power fails all the lights come on - but set a timer...
ubmaniac2 h, 19 m ago

​Bump, I too would like to know which price comparison tool was used for t …​Bump, I too would like to know which price comparison tool was used for that. Thank you in advance



Looks like pricespy.co.uk
Edited by: "andyzetec" 26th Aug 2017
andyzetec31 m ago

Looks like pricespy.co.uk


thank you.
Great deal - won't John Lewis price match though?
Is the the v2 bridge?
Love my hue system I have the starter kit and three strip lights built into ceiling and a lamp and oh my this is the best lighting system I have used, and playing no man's sky while using a camera app to project what lighting is on the tele, to the lights is just mesmerising,
That sad moment when your late to the party and see "Sorry This batch has all been caught. Better luck next time." I'll find you sneaky Flamedeers!
Marc.Dalton1 h, 12 m ago

Love my hue system I have the starter kit and three strip lights built …Love my hue system I have the starter kit and three strip lights built into ceiling and a lamp and oh my this is the best lighting system I have used, and playing no man's sky while using a camera app to project what lighting is on the tele, to the lights is just mesmerising,

You can get the lights to change dynamically depending on what's on the telly? How so
£6.91 shipping to NI
Whats the benefit of these?

I get that you can dim using a smart phone. Change colours if you spend more money, but what else? Got to be the worst gimmick ever if thats all.
Hammerheads294 h, 5 m ago

You can get the lights to change dynamically depending on what's on the …You can get the lights to change dynamically depending on what's on the telly? How so

I'd like to know that too. Looking at led strips for behind the telly that adapt to the screen colouring but they're muchos £££'s
Says there are 9 left in stock yet when I went to buy I got:

Product no longer available
Your order could not be placed because one or more items in your basket is no longer available to buy.

Please return to the basket page for further details


Edited by: "FrostbiteXIII" 27th Aug 2017
same, expired/oos
Marc.Dalton26th Aug

Love my hue system I have the starter kit and three strip lights built …Love my hue system I have the starter kit and three strip lights built into ceiling and a lamp and oh my this is the best lighting system I have used, and playing no man's sky while using a camera app to project what lighting is on the tele, to the lights is just mesmerising,



M8, you should use screenbloom instead, then you don't have to use your phone like that, check it out it's amazing and has a ton of options and it's free.

screenbloom.com/
Russonf26th Aug

Yes? But that’s got nothing to do with this


They could hack in and turn your lights low
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text