|Product Dimensions||7.5 x 14 x 16.5 cm; 220 Grams|
|Power / Wattage||9 watts|
|Energy Efficiency Class||A+ to A|
|Special Features||Hue White, Cordless, Smart|
|Item Weight||220 g|
Philips Hue White Smart Bulb Twin Pack LED [B22 Bayonet Cap] with Bluetooth, Works with Alexa and Google Assistant
|Price:||+ $9.88 Delivery|
- What's Required? – Nothing! This product works out of the box with the free ‘Philips Hue Bluetooth’ app. Simply screw in your new Bulb and connect to the Bluetooth app for in room smart lighting control
- Get Started In No Time – With no complex installation required you can start controlling your smart LED lights straight out of the box with your smart device or voice. Discover the easiest way to control your lighting.
- Easy Dimming – Experience easy and smooth dimming. Not too bright. Not to dark. Simply adjust your smart lights to create the right ambience
- Control Lights With Your Voice - Works with all Echo smart speakers/displays and Google Nest devices for hands-free voice control (Philips Hue Bridge (sold separately) is required for Echo 1st Gen and Echo Dot 1st Gen).
- Unlock Your Homes Full Potential – Add a Philips Hue Bridge (sold separately, optional) to your cart and unlock full home Control, either when you’re home or away
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Introducing our new Philips hue Bluetooth range - it’s now easier than ever to get started with smart home lighting With no complex installation required, simply screw in your new bulbs and start controlling your smart LED lights straight out of the box using the ‘Philips Hue Bluetooth’ app. Or try controlling your lights with your voice using Alexa or Google Assistant for hands-free voice control. With our Philips hue ‘White’ range, experience comfortable, soft White light in your room with fully dimmable smart lighting control. Are you an existing Philips hue customer? Don’t worry, our new Bluetooth range is still fully compatible with the Bridge and all other accessories Discover Philips hue - the latest in smart home lighting.
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I received 2 bulbs each stamped 806 lumen, A60 9w, 80mA 2700k.
This is not the 10w claimed in the specification panel but these 9w bulbs are much brighter than the 11w bent tube eco bulbs they were replacing. The replaced bulbs were about 3/4 years old and I understand the older tube eco lights do deteriorate after time but I’ve always hated the miserable dull yellowish light they give off so replacing the bulbs was a priority when I bought the house a few weeks ago.
I have read articles saying we should be judging eco bulbs on the lumens and not the wattage. But even then it’s not that simple as you have to look at “useful lumens”. Lumens are a measure of all the light a bulb emits including to the sides and on to the ceiling. The shape of this bulb probably increases the useful lumens by directing the light down and less to the sides and above. They seem better than the older shape.
Regardless of technical complications these give an extremely good clear light to my rooms and I am more than happy with them.
If you are replacing older bent tube 11w bulbs you are going to be very pleased with them.
Further reading https://integral-led.com/education/what-are-lumens
I have a Hue hub and have not tried controlling them direct from Alexa.
The 2700k is a measure on the kelvin scale of the warmth or coolness of the light emitted. You can find charts of various k ratings for light bulbs. Those older tube eco bulbs must have bern really low on the scale. I have always hated the miserable depressing yellow light they gave off. Perhaps they have improved over time but I still disliked the light of the ones in my new house which is only 3/4 years old.
I have previously tried bulbs with bright white cornrow LEDs but the harsh blue light they gave was just as awful in the opposite direction. These bulbs seem a good compromise.
I do prefer a clear white light in the kitchen and had LAP white spots in the kitchen of my last house. Replacing the kitchen lighting is my next task in my new house.
In the past I did try bright white spots in the guest bathroom and guests really hated them. Horses for courses!
You can name bulbs individually, I have Sharron and Keith. I can tell Alexa to turn on Sharron and Keith to turn down. Go well with my plug (Balthazar)
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I’ve tried updating the bulbs firmware and resetting them but no difference to the operation. Hoping support will get back tome today otherwise I’ll have to return them and get another brand
I have smart plugs and bulbs in most rooms in my home, as well as Amazon Echoes in every room, so I am no novice on how to set smart home equipment up, but to set these newer version Philips Smart bulbs up of was a nightmare, I tried to contact Philip customer support for lighting, searching all over the intetnet, I found a few numbers, I was told there was no numbers for the department I needed unless I was willing to pay for
a number that wasn't free, that was an hour of my time wasted. Eventually I decided to use my Philips Hue Hub, managed to set it up after a long while and was quite happy, then I noticed one night that the bulb was still on very low even though I had said to Alexa "light off", I said again "Alexa light off" the light remained the same, so I turned it off by the switch. I had seen others report this when I first purchased them, but thought theirs must be defective. When I came up the following night I said "Alexa, light on" nothing, then I remembered I had turned the lamp off by the switch and turnrd it back on. There is no point in having a 'smart bulb' that doesn't turn off! The bulbs are coming out until I can find a good alternative.
Would I recommended these Philips Hue Smart bulbs, absolutely not!