Philips Hue White 4-Pack A19 60W Dimmable LED Smart Bulbs

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Philips Hue White 4-Pack A19 60W Dimmable LED Smart Bulbs, Compatible with Alexa, HomeKit & Google Assistant, Hub Required (All US Residents)
PROS
  • 59 REVIEWS ECHO PLUS
  • 83 REVIEWS PHILIPS HUE
  • 52 REVIEWS GOOGLE HOME
  • 33 REVIEWS LIVING ROOM
  • 50 REVIEWS PHILLIPS HUE
  • 74 REVIEWS SMART HOME
  • 78 REVIEWS EASY TO SET
  • 63 REVIEWS HUE BRIDGE
  • 73 REVIEWS HUE APP
  • 175 REVIEWS HUE BULBS
  • 21 REVIEWS STARTER KIT
  • 16 REVIEWS GOOGLE ASSISTANT
  • 24 REVIEWS HIGHLY RECOMMEND
  • 21 REVIEWS SOFT WHITE
  • 13 REVIEWS APPLE HOMEKIT
  • 65 REVIEWS HUE HUB
  • 33 REVIEWS EASY TO SETUP
  • 39 REVIEWS HUE SYSTEM
  • 70 REVIEWS LIGHT SWITCH
  • 96 REVIEWS ALEXA TO TURN
Philips Hue White 4-Pack A19 60W Dimmable LED Smart Bulbs
Philips Hue White 4-Pack A19 60W Dimmable LED Smart Bulbs

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Top Positive Review


The wife purchased these with (you can probably see my review on it as well) Philips Hue Bridge/bulb bundle…… and she has created an addiction. I can’t wait to Borg out my house. It is so much fun to have these in my house and hooked to my Echo.
First of all – You’ll know when skynet goes online because you’ll hear me locked in combat with my cyborg house.
It’s also just really convenient to have all my lights on my wife’s schedule. She leaves very early to work and she no longer forgets to turn off any lights in the home/garage. It’s fantastic!

My FAVORITE part is not the lights ability to be on a schedule, but the fact that they dim and will remain dim when used next!!!!! This means that I set my bathroom light to 10% and in the morning I am greeted with a soft and gentle glow while I enjoy my morning routine. I am not being bear-maced in the eyes with light first thing in the a.m. !!! It’s the best.

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Top Critical Review


This was my biggest fear about wireless bulbs. What if it burns out> As an LED bulb the lifespan should last a lifetime practically but we have one bulb burned out and a second in a constant state of dim. The bulb that burned out was on a 2nd lamp we don’t use often, just when we need extra light. I am also disabled with balance and vision issues. If I need to get up in the night I had to hug the wall until I got to the next rooms switch to get some light risking a fall with every step. I thought these lights were the perfect answer. Just tell Alexa to turn the lights on lighting the way to my destination. So my fear was not only a dad bulb but a dead $10 bulb which is very expensive if you are on a fixed income due to disability or if you are a senior. I have Florescent replacement bulbs in outside hallways and the cellar that still work after 20 years and these New and improved bulbs can’t last 3 months? And they only come in “60 Watt” which is misleading as they compare to an incandescent bulb. The old bulbs your parents used produce 800-900 lumens whereas a “60 watt” led produces 700-800 depending on the number of leds per bulb. I use modern Incandescent a guide Halogens. a 53 watt halogen will put 900+ lumens and for 13 watts more you get 1100+. I am finding I need to “go up a size” for led and cfl bulbs to actually equal the light of an incadescent. So if you want a soft white LED bulb to replace your soft white 60 watt incandescent, get an LED rated as a 75 watt but you can’t with a philips hue at least not yet so prepare to strain your eyes trying to read a medicine bottle or buy a pocket flashlight to carry around if you want to be able to read it. As I am over 50 I feel I need to point out that at 50+ your pupils weaken and become smaller taking in less light So I need to take in 2-3 times as many lumens as a 20 year old to see as well. And what age group do you think a”smart bulb” is aimed? Sure isn’t me. Is it that a brighter bulb produces too much heat for the sensitive electronics in a smart bulb or is this age discrimination to offer just ones size perfect for “young eyes” only? As I read other reviews I felt I should agree about the light not working well with the echo. I have an original and a 2nd gen echo and they are my main device for controlling the bulbs and half the time you need to repeat the command to get them to work ie first time nothing happens or 1 light comes on the other stays off if you have a group setup like I do ie kitchen lights, living room bedroom ect
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Customer Questions & Answers


What is the difference between standard and california
Answer: Due to California label requirements, some of our products are now available in two different types of packaging. Regardless, the product inside the packaging remains the same. Please contact the retailer for questions about pricing, as the final product price is up to the retailer.

How long does this bulb last?
Answer: The lifetime of the Hue bulbs is up to 25000 hour(s).

I have a light fixture in another room from my echo plus. It’s probably 20 feet away from the echo plus. Will this cause a connection issue?
Answer: Mine works around 50 feet

Is this only 110v? or 100v ~ 240v?
Answer: It works perfectly with 240v even if they are made for 110v. I??ve been using mine for a year and they work flawlessly.

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