PHILIPS Hue White Wireless Bulbs - E27 or B22 Twin Pack -  £19.99 w/ code GET5OFF @ Currys (Online & instore)
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PHILIPS Hue White Wireless Bulbs - E27 or B22 Twin Pack - £19.99 w/ code GET5OFF @ Currys (Online & instore)

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Use code GET5OFF to get for £19.99 - comes with a 2 year guarantee - R&C and quote code instore also.

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PHILIPS Hue White Wireless Bulb - E27 Twin Pack

  • Control your lighting from your smartphone or tablet
  • Set lighting schedules and dim the lights with an app
  • Compatible with iOS / Android
  • Works with Apple HomeKit / Google Assistant / Amazon Alexa


The B22 Twin Pack is also available


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Top features

- Philips Hue app lets you control and automate lights

- Connect with other smart devices such as Apple HomeKit

Philips Hue app

This Phillips Hue White Wireless Bulb connects to the Bridge (sold separately) so you can control up multiple Philips Hue lights from your smartphone or tablet via the Philips Hue app.

With the app you can create schedules for your lights to switch on and off automatically, set timers, notifications, alarms, and more. You can control your lights from anywhere so you never have to arrive home to darkness or worry whether you left lights on.

Connect with other smart devices

Hue lights work together and can work with other smart devices too. Compatible with Apple HomeKit, you can ask Siri to turn on your lights or recall scenes without touching a button. Philips Hue also works with other smart systems such as Google Home, Amazon Echo, Nest, and more
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maffeycourt6 m ago

Valid point, there Brainy Bulbs.


No, they're brainy bulbs.
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Just the job
Am really tempted but the £50 for a hub keeps putting me off.
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Its a lot again for two bulbs.
maffeycourt1 m ago

Its a lot again for two bulbs.


They're not just bulbs though
andymacrae782 m ago

They're not just bulbs though


Valid point, there Brainy Bulbs.
Am really tempted but the £50 for a hub keeps putting me off.
fleetingmind3 m ago

Am really tempted but the £50 for a hub keeps putting me off.


Take the plunge and start making ur home smart. U won't regret it
maffeycourt6 m ago

Valid point, there Brainy Bulbs.


No, they're brainy bulbs.
I like these, but after using them a while I would have preferred to get White Ambient for more options.
Donna809 m ago

I like these, but after using them a while I would have preferred to get …I like these, but after using them a while I would have preferred to get White Ambient for more options.


Thanks for pointing this out. I would have taken the plunge otherwise
Brilliant offer! Thanks OP! Nabbed 2 sets for £19.99 each and also a Ring Chime Pro for £34.99 in separate transactions. 1% QUIDCO also. You saved me £15, thank you!
Will this code work on other products too?
_RobP24 m ago

Thanks for pointing this out. I would have taken the plunge otherwise


I use these in store rooms and hallways coupled with (Smartthings) contact and motion sensors. Ambient white or colour ones in living areas.
Damn shame the motion sensor has gone up to £34.99. I would have bitten at £29.99 minus the code.
Oh look, it works on the dimmer though! Cheers Chanchi


hotukdeals.com/dea…083 (sorry, not sorry, sorry).
hjonesjr41 m ago

I use these in store rooms and hallways coupled with (Smartthings) contact …I use these in store rooms and hallways coupled with (Smartthings) contact and motion sensors. Ambient white or colour ones in living areas.


I've only got 3 bayonet/es screw fitments in the house. Two bedrooms and one kitchen. I'm going to hold off until I re-light the whole house because I'm not a fan of any light fittings
fleetingmind1 h, 28 m ago

Am really tempted but the £50 for a hub keeps putting me off.


They're often on eBay for under £30.
Just don't see the point ? so much tech now has very little point . Just doing stuff for the sake of doing it ..
Edited by: "noeltech2000" 2nd Mar
£10 for a bulb? You having a laff?
Must be popular... showing OOS. Same as the Hue Dimmer Switch.
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Just the job
hjonesjr3 h, 5 m ago

Must be popular... showing OOS. Same as the Hue Dimmer Switch.




Looks to be back
£10 for a light bulb. Sounds like a right bargain.
Edited by: "terrykenton" 2nd Mar
Oos
fleetingmind17 h, 54 m ago

Am really tempted but the £50 for a hub keeps putting me off.


Get on ebay for a hub.. either generation hub is fine if you don’t want to use with Apple HomeKit otherwise get the v2
I've got all my lamps in the house with hue color lamps now and I love it. Would never use the colour ones on my main bulbs though so been looking out for a decent deal for the 5 sets of 3 bulbs I would need. Annoyingly though, all my lights fixtures are e14 which are usually more expensive and the hue e14 bulbs seem massive and protrude from most light sets that I have seen.
Edited by: "mart321" 3rd Mar
fleetingmind17 h, 59 m ago

Am really tempted but the £50 for a hub keeps putting me off.


Ive got 2 brand new hubs sat gathering dust from some starter packs I bought if ur interested.
mart3216 m ago

I've got all my lamps in the house with hue color lamps now and I love it. …I've got all my lamps in the house with hue color lamps now and I love it. Would never use the colour ones on my main bulbs though so been looking out for a decent deal for the 5 sets of 3 bulbs I would need. Annoyingly though, all my lights fixtures are e14 which are usually more expensive and the hue e14 bulbs seem massive and protrude from most light sets that I have seen.


I bought these last week, which might help. Not sure if the E27s would protrude from your lights.
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fleetingmind18 h, 26 m ago

Am really tempted but the £50 for a hub keeps putting me off.


You possibly will regret it. I think the lights are a gimmick personally. Heating and Hot Water control (which I use Hive for) is pretty essential to me nowadays
Edited by: "jameswalker457" 3rd Mar
jameswalker45740 m ago

You possibly will regret it. I think the lights are a gimmick personally. …You possibly will regret it. I think the lights are a gimmick personally. Heating and Hot Water control (which I use Hive for) is pretty essential to me nowadays



Smart heating is a gimmick, you only got it because it was probably free. Have you calculated how much it has saved you? Answer nothing...
Do you need a hub with an echo plus? anyone know how many light bulbs you can connect with a plus?
Donna8019 h, 50 m ago

I like these, but after using them a while I would have preferred to get …I like these, but after using them a while I would have preferred to get White Ambient for more options.


I was the same. Was unimpressed with the plain white bulbs. Upgraded to white ambient in my main light fittings and relocated my boring white ones to the bathroom, hall and landing.
(then I went and updated all the lamps in my house to smart bulbs too)
Edited by: "somaKing" 3rd Mar
Donna8019 h, 15 m ago

I like these, but after using them a while I would have preferred to get …I like these, but after using them a while I would have preferred to get White Ambient for more options.


Totally agree.
BeardedMarvel20 m ago

Do you need a hub with an echo plus? anyone know how many light bulbs you …Do you need a hub with an echo plus? anyone know how many light bulbs you can connect with a plus?


No.
50 with the hub but I don't know about the plus.
I used to think that the smart lighting concept was a gimmick until I started using a white ambient one to wake me up in the morning (warm sun effect), the white one as an outside light that is on for when I get home and others so that they are on when the kids go downstairs/when we get home. But I agree that it's a bit lazy and there are other ways of achieving the same.Still pricey but you pay for convenience I guess. The range of colours in the ambient range is sufficient for most purposes.
MSHawk19 h, 18 m ago

Brilliant offer! Thanks OP! Nabbed 2 sets for £19.99 each and also a Ring …Brilliant offer! Thanks OP! Nabbed 2 sets for £19.99 each and also a Ring Chime Pro for £34.99 in separate transactions. 1% QUIDCO also. You saved me £15, thank you!


Where did you get the Ring Chime Pro for?
Anyone into smart home system like amazon Alexa will appreciate this. I have seen and bulbs works like a charm with voice commands to Alexa. Not sure about apple home pod or Google’s smart home
fleetingmind20 h, 59 m ago

Am really tempted but the £50 for a hub keeps putting me off.


Hold out for the hub + 3 colour bulbs offer that comes and goes, The package deals are almost always more cost effective than buying the hub on its own. Then decide if you want your bulbs white only, the white ambients ones (which can be set to cool white or warm white or anything between) or more colour.

My rule of thumb is colour for living room (colour works especially well in rooms with neutral colour walls, e.g. white, grey, stone beige, biscuit, bamboo, mist, magnolia, shanter's bassoon etc etc), ambient or colour for bedroom, white (or ambient) for kitchen and white for hallways. And I've found it a bit frustrating mixing colour and ambient in the same room.
Incidentally, I found the round Hue wireless tap switch to be clunky and awkward, I wish I'd sent it back when it first arrived. The only advantage is that it doesn't need batteries, and that you can pick one of the 4 settings without pressing a few times to get a particular setting.

The Hue dimmer switches are much nicer to use and they are usually less than half price of the tap switch, plus it dims.
I’m sure I saw a triple pack of these in wickes for 19.99
somaKing4 h, 44 m ago

I was the same. Was unimpressed with the plain white bulbs. Upgraded to …I was the same. Was unimpressed with the plain white bulbs. Upgraded to white ambient in my main light fittings and relocated my boring white ones to the bathroom, hall and landing.(then I went and updated all the lamps in my house to smart bulbs too)


whats the difference between the 2? thanks
fleetingmind2nd Mar

Am really tempted but the £50 for a hub keeps putting me off.


You can get the 2 bulbs and the hub for £55
dsuk5 h, 32 m ago

Smart heating is a gimmick, you only got it because it was probably free. …Smart heating is a gimmick, you only got it because it was probably free. Have you calculated how much it has saved you? Answer nothing...


I wouldn’t be without smart heating now either. It’s been used so much recently to put the heating on remotely and even more this weekend as I’m in bed ill and can just boost the heating from my phone or echo.

I have the hue lights and they’re handy but if they were all taken out it wouldn’t affect my day to day that much.
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