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Smart Bulbs Osram Smart+ LED, ZigBee Lamp with E14 Socket only £7.74 Prime / £11.76 Non Prime at Amazon
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Smart Bulbs Osram Smart+ LED, ZigBee Lamp with E14 Socket only £7.74 Prime / £11.76 Non Prime at Amazon

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Posted 28th Dec 2019Edited by:"digweed"

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

  • Compatible with Amazon Echo. Light can be dimmed and controlled by voice command. (Gateway and Amazon echo necessary and sold separately) and these products are also compatible with open zigbee network devices and gateways, including the likes of philips hue, amazon echo plus and others
  • Light can be dimmed and controlled by voice command. (Gateway and Amazon echo necessary and sold separately)
  • Tuneable White - Continuously change the colour temperature between warm white (2,700 Kelvin) and daylight (6,500 Kelvin)
  • LED candle bulb dimmable - With your light control app
  • perfect for chandeliers or lighting accents
  • Burglar-inhibitant - No matter where you are in the world, you control your lighting from a distance - even fully automatically

I have these and they work great with the app and Alexa with the echo plus. Good price as a 4 pack is £99 lol but if you order four separately they only cost £29.08
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Sorry forgot to add free delivery for prime members and and a bit pricey delivery for non prime. These are white bulbs only with loads of range!?
Edited by: "digweed" 29th Dec 2019
Strange item to be available for subscription but it is so even cheaper to subscribe, I'd have ordered if no hub was required to make use of my 99p Amazon dot
Got excited...till I realised these were not colour...
Anybody know this is compatible with Hue Hub?
Will these work with just an echo 8 or echo dot 3rd gen
Edited by: "thewhirlwind" 28th Dec 2019
gudman28/12/2019 22:41

Anybody know this is compatible with Hue Hub?


Yes according to listing Q&A
thewhirlwind28/12/2019 22:43

Will these work with just an echo 8 or echo dot 3rd gen


Yes and they connect in seconds. I’m currently using 2 of them with no issues .
Will it work with google home?
Great little bulbs with a wide range of white balance from warm to cool. The GU10s are also on sale and they’re decent too!
if they conect to hue, then basic commands should be fine
Edited by: "Tippie_Tips" 28th Dec 2019
koparanov28/12/2019 22:47

Yes and they connect in seconds. I’m currently using 2 of them with no i …Yes and they connect in seconds. I’m currently using 2 of them with no issues .


So dont need a hub or anything else to connect them?
Edited by: "thewhirlwind" 28th Dec 2019
thewhirlwind28/12/2019 22:56

So dont need a hub or anything else to connect them?



The Hue hub recognised mine instantly as soon as I screwed them in. I think i set them up on a lamp by the hub first to make sure they work and then moved them to a different lamp.
thewhirlwind28/12/2019 22:56

So dont need a hub or anything else to connect them?


According to description: Gateway and Amazon echo necessary and sold separately.

Amazon page shows this bulb paired with an Echo Plus, not a regular Echo or Echo Dot. Echo plus has a hub integrated. So I believe you need a hub or your device should have a hub integrated.
However, somebody in the comments above suggested he uses this with the Echo 8 and Echo Dot 3. As far as I am aware, unlike the Echo Show, Echo 8 does not have a built in hub.
Reviews on Amazon suggest as well a hub is required. .
Edited by: "sheffield788" 28th Dec 2019
thewhirlwind28/12/2019 22:43

Will these work with just an echo 8 or echo dot 3rd gen


Please read the reviews before making a decision. Description and reviews suggest a hub will be needed. I know somebody else replied to you it works with Echo 8 and the Dot, but none of these 2 devices have a built in hub. Perhaps the person who replied has an Echo Show, which has a hub built in.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 28th Dec 2019
39526044-ZUueX.jpgI'm using a mobile phone, whilst using Amazon app. I'm signed in and it suggests it'll be fine using my Dot.
I also have a Hue Bridge, if all else fails, it goes back.
Thanks for posting the deal, could be a useful addition
Edited by: "boydent999" 29th Dec 2019
boydent99928/12/2019 23:21

[Image] I'm using a mobile phone, whilst using Amazon app. I'm signed in …[Image] I'm using a mobile phone, whilst using Amazon app. I'm signed in and it suggests it'll be fine using my Dot.I also have a Hue Bridge, if all else fails, it goes back.Thanks for posting the deal, could be a useful addition


As far as I can see there, it suggests it requires a hub plus the Echo Dot. I guess the Dot is to use it with Alexa. It will probably work with Hue Bridge.
Mmmm. Thanks for replies... Confusing
sheffield78828/12/2019 23:32

As far as I can see there, it suggests it requires a hub plus the Echo …As far as I can see there, it suggests it requires a hub plus the Echo Dot. I guess the Dot is to use it with Alexa. It will probably work with Hue Bridge.


Makes sense what you suggest, trouble is all too often it's not made crystal clear what is needed.
As we both suggest though, my hue bridge should do the trick :-)
Perhaps if anyone has the Amazon app but doesn't have any form of Echo device, have a look at what the app displays relative to my post above, it may clarify it
Edited by: "boydent999" 28th Dec 2019
Put off by the reviews. Looks like they’re cheap for a reason: inferior quality to Philips.
mrcrypto28/12/2019 23:57

Put off by the reviews. Looks like they’re cheap for a reason: inferior q …Put off by the reviews. Looks like they’re cheap for a reason: inferior quality to Philips.


You know something, I used to read the reviews and take them as Gospel. Now, pinch of salt.
I appreciate your own thoughts but I don't even trust fakespot to eliminate the fake reviews anymore
Bear.Bargains28/12/2019 22:28

Strange item to be available for subscription but it is so even cheaper to …Strange item to be available for subscription but it is so even cheaper to subscribe, I'd have ordered if no hub was required to make use of my 99p Amazon dot


It does seem very strange to have a subscription to have a light bulb delivered every month
Firstly, great post OP, these will do nicely for bedroom lamps.

Secondly, they work fine with Hue as they are Zigbee compatible, I've got 2 colour changing b22s and they are solid.

Thirdly I thought you needed echo plus which has a built in bridge to control these without a hue bridge?
Osram smart+ dimmable E27 grade A are £4 at cex, much cheaper than the £11 on amazon if anyones looking for some.
Hi,if they were coloured bulbs , I'd have some
I know its been few months but some of us managed to get them cheap. I bought e27 bulbs x 8for £1.98
I got some of these for £2.50 from Amazon earlier this year.

The bulbs are fine but a bit difficult to set up without Osram's hardware

They will connect to an Amazon Echo Plus (any generation) or the top model Echo Show without a hub

They will not connect to Show 5, 8, echo, dot or anything else Alexa but can be voice controlled with a compatible hub

I have Hue and they wouldn't connect. That might be my error as I hadn't worked out the pairing sequence

They are NOT in pairing mode when delivered

They did eventually connect to Echo Plus (1st gen), trick is to turn them on and off 5 times at which point they flash (once) and then they're ready for pairing.

There are no supplied instructions other than to connect to Osram's own hub.
Thanks op. Heat and bought
Bought these, e14s GU10 and gu5.3s

Gu10s work with hue without any issues.. Include last known state
E14s work with hue without any issues but state resets when switched off
Gu5.3s I didn't get a chance to test them as my transformers were not compatible with led lamps
Bought mine, plugged it in. Asked Alexa to find which she did. Checked Alexa app and they were there. Light works - straight out the box. Did not need to pair as it did it automatically. I have the echo plus
Gone down 2p to £7.97 now
Picked some colour GU10s up when amazon had then on offer before.

They work on zigbee so my understanding you would need a hub such as hue for them to work.

Just remember to do a reset first - on for 5 seconds, off for 5 seconds x 5 until they flash and then hub will see them

Worked fine for me so far
Nice photo on the Amazon page, sixth down on the left side, where she's setting the lighting mood to tell someone she's leaving them for good. That's going out with panache.
I have a Sonos Beam with Alexa. Would voice work with this?
If you don't require daylight temperature, have an Ikea nearby, their Tradfri candle bulbs are only £7, dimmable, and work with Smartthings.
Does anyone have a SmartThings hub? Could this be used with the SmartThings hub instead of a hue hub?
Edited by: "cHinGy" 29th Dec 2019
cHinGy29/12/2019 18:37

Does anyone have a SmartThings hub? Could this be used with the …Does anyone have a SmartThings hub? Could this be used with the SmartThings hub instead of a hue hub?


Yes you can connect direct to smartthings

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These keep going down in price as now £7.84
Will this work with the hive hub?
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