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Philips Hue White E27 Bulb with Google Nest Mini £29 at AO (UK Mainland)
Posted 8 h, 21 m agoPosted 8 h, 21 m ago
Decent offer from AO. Just plug in the Google Nest mini, screw in the Phillips Hue smart bulb and download the Google Home app. Control up to 6 lights in a single room using ju… Read more

From the webpage Please note If you would like to control the light outside your home, you’ll also need the Philips Hue Bridge (sold separately).

GOOGLE Nest Mini & Philips Hue White Bluetooth LED E27/B22 Bulb Bundle £29.97 Collection @ Currys PC World
Posted 12 h, 32 m agoPosted 12 h, 32 m ago
Available for local pickup only. E27 Bundle - Link B22 Bundle- Link Nest Mini Just like the original Mini, the Google Nest Mini is compact, discreet, and has the super-he… Read more

The blutooth option only works when your at home unless you have a bridge which connects to the wifi


Hopefully this guide should help you - Link The bulbs are stated as having Bluetooth on the Spec sheet btw :)


Does this need the philips hue bridge to function?


I ve used these bulbs with Google mini. When we were away we used to turn the lights on. Make sure it's connected to Internet.


Thanks. It's for my Mum when she's at her caravan (so she can turn her house light on whilst away). I have 3 of these but they needed a bridge thing. I assume this doesn't?

Philips Hue White & Colour Ambiance Smart Bulb Twin Pack LED [B22 Bayonet Cap] Like New - £38.02 @ Amazon Warehouse
Posted 14th MayPosted 14th May
Great price, went hot at £41.00, now £38.02 Go to the right, look down and you will see Very Good for £36.00 and Like New for £38.02 Every Like New pack I have had from Amazon ha… Read more

Bought, thanks! Great deal.


Shame that there aren't any E27


Was going to buy just a £10 basic bulb, now thanks to you I've spent £38 on two colour bulbs (:I


Nice, ordered! I've bought two hue iris' for £40 each so this is me spending £120 on some fancy bulbs (y)


Thanks Bro Finally a comment and positivity that doesn't revolv around the colour lol.

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LIFX Mini White E27 Smart LED Light Bulb Works with Alexa, Apple HomeKit, Google £10.47 + £4.49 NP @ Amazon
Posted 14th MayPosted 14th May
I haven't tried these, but I need more HomeKit bulbs. This went hot at £12.97 so I think this is a good deal.

Go into the app, turn the light switch on, let alexa search and bobs your uncle, I changed mine to go on now when I say alexa Let there be light (lol)


Got a couple of these , no problems whatsoever. A bit smaller than your standard Bulb though not much , easily set up using the LIFX App.


I'm totally new to this. Can someone please explain me how do you pair this with Alexa? Thanks.


Looks like it’s a bit more at £15 https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B086HNXJRR/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_6Y3VPGMXDSM6XYVCEP2J


Any B22?

TP-Link Kasa Smart Bulb, WiFi Filament Light Bulb, E27/B22, No Hub Required, Works with Alexa, Google Assistant - £10 (+£4.49 NP) @ Amazon
Posted 14th MayPosted 14th May
Decent offer for these stylish led dimmable smart bulbs. E27 B22 Kasa Filament Smart Bulb, Soft White Control from Anywhere – Control your LED filament smart bulb… Read more

As stated, you can set your preferred power-on behaviour in the App (even for non-colour bulbs!) BUT - rather than use a "dusk-to-dawn" sensor, why not just set the bulb (using the app) to go on at sunset, and off at dawn? And yes, you can apply offsets (like on at 28 minutes before sunset, off at 12 minutes after dawn). The app wants your approximate location on the globe, (so timezone and latitude) and then it can adjust (daily) to current sunrise/sunset. These are "smart" bulbs! // I use exactly this facility with a TP Link smart plug to control a (dumb) led security floodlight. I also turn off the upstairs hall nightlight (a TP Link bulb) at dawn - it gets turned full on when folk go upstairs, and then dimmed to nightlight via Google. Very handy!


I have a few of these. They all remember the last brightness setting.


You can choose: You can also edit those presets.


As far as I can tell if you have the bulb set to 50% then when you ask Alexa to turn on and off it stays at 50% unless you change it. You can certainly schedule the light at different %’s so don’t see why if it’s a photocell that powers them (no idea what that is but from your description) you can say schedule the light to 50% the whole time if the power is cut on and off by the photocell (and if they don’t just stay at 50% anyway when the power is cut).


I don't know this - I have one on the way. But... If you can disable / remove the dusk->dawn you can use the software to do Sunset->Sunrise and I hope to be able to do full brightness until midnight or so and then 50% dim until sunrise...