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Philips Hue B22 White Smart Bulbs With Bluetooth - 2 Pack £13.99 with click and collect (using code) @ Argos
Posted 12 h, 36 m agoPosted 12 h, 36 m ago
No hub is needed but the code you will need to get to this price is HUE20 :D Works out as £7 each. Introducing the Philips Hue Bluetooth range it's now easier than ever to get star…
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You did not ask if any improvements had been made, you asked if any bulbs had reached A rating or higher already and i explained why that would make no sense due to the reasoning of changing the energy ratings. The most economical devices and bulbs were shunted down to F etc to allow plenty of forward improvements, your questioning means you expected 5+ years worth of improvements in months.


Calm down mate. My question was just to see if any improvements had already been made to certain appliances or electrical items such as bulbs.


It's not just energy rating though. It's also things like how easy to recycle them and is the actual light source able to be removed. Things are constantly improving but you have to jump in somewhere otherwise you're just going to be waiting forever.


Bizarre logic, F is the same as a+ and if it was still labelled as such you'd be happy?. The reconfiguration is to enable consecutive improvements of the next few years/decade to have a label ready for them, it would make no sense if bulbs today were already able to max the energy rating.


Has anyone found anything that’s A or higher under the new rating then…Everything just seems so low

Candle LED Light Bulb 400LM 5W - £0.79 (Free Collection) @ Screwfix
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Posted 26th MayPosted 26th May
Energy-saving LED technology. Clear, incandescent bulb with wide beam angle. Very Warm White Non-Dimmable 400lm - Equivalent to 35W Up to 15,000 Hours Life 5kWh/1000h Life 1 Year Gua…

Thanks for sharing @elonmusk (highfive)


None available for me for all stores in my locality.


The link works for me but these appeared as clearance about 12 months ago, so I suspect most have gone.


Hukd add their affiliate stuff, uBlock Origin blocks them all cos can be malicious/track you so often times you just have to go to the main site and search. (y) www . / p /diall-ses-candle-led-light-bulb-400lm-5w/727fy


I don't know why the link is broken. I put the correct URL in the deal link field while creating the deal and it shows the hotukdeals thread link after posting it.

Google Nest Mini and Philips Hue White/Colour Bluetooth LED E27 Bulb Bundle for £24.99 delivered @ envirofone
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Posted 26th MayPosted 26th May
Pretty nice prices for these bundles: Google Nest Mini and Philips Hue White Bluetooth LED E27 Bulb Bundle Google Nest Mini with Philips Hue White and Colour Ambience E27 Bulb Google N…
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What on earth are you smoking? If you are using Bluetooth "no hub is required" evne in your own words. Which is all I said and you multiple times have said I am wrong for saying. Once again Hue bulbs DO NOT require a hub of ANY kind.


I think you are the one with comprehension problems. To use the Zigbee function, you need a Zigbee hub/bridge. To use Bluetooth You will need a Bluetooth device (in range and with the Hue app running on it). Your previous assertion of: is wrong. You will either need a Bluetooth phone/tablet, or a Zigbee hub/bridge. (It goes without saying, but I'd better say it for you anyway, that for voice control you will also need wifi and an Alexa or Google Nest, device.


Can you read? They have Zigbee AND Bluetooth. You can use them with a hub using Zigbee OR without using the Bluetooth connection. to the addition of,Android devices, no hub required. "Thanks to the addition of Bluetooth, supported Hue bulbs can be controlled directly from Bluetooth-enabled iOS and Android devices, no hub required."


DunkyDee: Well as long as it's a ZigBee hub that is. You do realise that you contradicted yourself. For Zigbee a hub is required (even if it's built into another device). Plus there is no Zigbee in Dots or Minis so you would need one for Hue bulbs.


Spoken like a poor person.

TV Simulator / Fake TV - Home Security - Anti-Burglar - £12.99 @ Amazon
Posted 26th MayPosted 26th May
Just picked up one of these for when I go on holiday. The mydome Fake TV - Is a small LED based device that creates and mimics the light effect of a TV screen. Reducing the risk of being t…
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Thanks for sharing @zee.khan (y)


Is there such a thing as a fake tv simulator as the simulator will probably get stolen.......? (ninja)


These should be antiques by now 1995 calling


If only you want burglars to think you're watching BBC


Thanks. Ordered

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Amazon Echo Dot Smart Speaker 4th Gen + Philips Hue White B22 Bulb - £27.99 (+£2 Click & Collect ) - 2 Yr Wrnty @ John Lewis & Partners
Posted 26th MayPosted 26th May
Amazon Echo Dot Smart Speaker 4th Gen + Philips Hue White B22 Bulb is on sale for £27.99 + £2 click & collect for order under £30 Other Amazon Echo devices are also on sale - Am…
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I think the bulb Echo Dot is normally £40 and the Hue white bulb is £20 so this is a really good deal. If you’re new to Hue bulbs note this bulb is white only, not colour or ambience (the Hue ambience bulbs allow you to control colour temperature but don’t not fill colour). Still an excellent deal though.

Ring Automotive Ring RTC500 12V Preset Digital, Air Compressor Pump, 3 min Tyre Inflation, LED Light, £27.95 (21% TCB) @ Auto Bulbs Direct
Posted 26th MayPosted 26th May
RTC500 - The Digital Tyre Inflator From RingThe Ring Digital Tyre Inflator is the no-fuss device to get you back on the road in no time! With a programmable screen and functional pump, the D…

Still there.


Looks like the cashback has been pulled.


That's is just silly.


Because people are annoyed at the Bluetooth inclusion as it's pointless and reacting by voting cold


Why is the deal posted in your message not hot?!