|Item weight||950 Grams|
|Specific Uses For Product||Outside|
|Warranty Description||2 year|
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Philips Hue White LED Fuzo Wall Lantern Black, Compatible with Alexa
- Warm white light (2700K)
- Voice control: Control your Philips Hue lights with your voice using Alexa, Apple HomeKit, or Google Assistant; Pair it for home automation with your existing Nest products or Samsung smart things system
- Set timers for your convenience - home and way control, set light schedules, geo-fencing
- Requires Hue Bridge (sold separately) for the full Hue smart experience
- Pair it with outdoor motion sensor to trigger outdoor lights on movement and scare away uninvited guests
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Now expand Hue to your outdoors. The Fuzo wall light can be connected to your existing Hue bridge to enjoy all features like away from home control and scheduling, it truly welcomes your home with high light output. Hue bridge not included.
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I thought they may look a bit ‘cheap’ but really happy with how they look on my outdoor walls.
A friend of mine, who is a qualified electrician installed these for me and said that they were good to install. Small screw can be a bit fiddle to do up when wall mounting, but a little patience and the right size screwdriver does the trick.
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Eclairage assez chaud (temperature non réglable), très agréable à mon avis.
J'ai connecté 2 lampes à un détecteur et ça fonctionne parfaitement.
Tout de même un peu cher mais c'est du Philips Hue...
Installation is as you would expect, far more involved than a regular Hue bulb. I removed my previous outdoor light and motion sensor and set to work installing the Hue replacement. That's when I ran into the first problem. In a bizarre design quirk the base plate lacks any holes through which to attach it to the wall. You have to make your own holes by cutting through the pretty sturdy plastic. To do this I used a power drill (which I didn't already have, necessitating a costly trip to Homebase), then pushed on further into the brickwork. Philips don't provide any screws or plugs, so you'll need to bring your own. This type of cost cutting was unfortunately just the start.
With the baseplate on the wall I wired in the mains and attached the cover. It's fiddly as you would expect, although I'm certainly not an electrician or even particularly adept at DIY. With everything finally set up I switched the mains back on and headed to the Hue app on my iPhone to continue the set-up.
Here's the next piece of cost cutting - this light requires a Philips Hue Bridge if you want to use it as anything more than a regular light. One isn't included as standard. As I already have plenty of Hue products I used my existing bridge to find the light and make a new Room for it. I could then enable this new Room in the Hue app so the Apple Home app could access it.
As this is a smart light this is where the interesting stuff begins, and as you would expect this works like any other Hue product (albeit without the ability to change the colour of the light). Functionality within the official Hue app is incredibly limited so I use a third party Apple Homekit app called (rather confusingly) "Home 3" (not to be confused with Apple's own "Home" app). This allows me to trigger the light to come on automatically when any family member returns home after sunset, then time out after a few minutes.
As I'm using this as a front door light, I also want it to come on when a stranger is at the door, which is something this light cannot do without purchasing an optional motion sensor. Philips make their own outdoor motion sensor (for £45 at the time of writing), but if you run an Apple Homekit smart home then there are third party Homekit compatible outdoor motion sensors which would do the same job (provided you set them up using a Homekit app, not the Hue app).
I've marked this down as I feel the cost cutting here does rather smart. From something as simple as no pre drilled holes in the baseplate, to not including screws, to the lack of a bridge, no built in motion sensor, and inability to change the light colour it's clear that many corners were cut here. The light itself works fine and looks good, and I intent to pair it with an outdoor motion sensor shortly. A solid product then but one with some notable drawbacks.