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Philips Hue White Extension Bulb A19 E26

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  • Overview

    The Philips Hue White Extension Bulb produces high-quality white light that you can brighten and dim to suit any occasion—controlling it from anywhere via the Hue app on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. Easy to set up and use, the bulbs fit straight into your current light fittings. Simply download the Philips Hue app and create customised white light settings that match your activity or mood. A Philips Hue Bridge or Starter Kit is required to operate single bulbs.

    Connect the Hue bridge to your Wi-Fi and control up to 50 Hue bulbs simultaneously and add luminaries, switches and other accessories. Hue light bulbs use five times less power than traditional halogen lights, making them an eco-friendly option.

    Smart control

    Control your lights via the Philips Hue app, or add switches to your system to activate your lights. Set timers, notifications, alarms and more for the full Philips Hue experience. Experience smooth dimming with no need for wires, an electrician or installation.

    Automated light schedules

    Using the timer function in the Hue app, Philips Hue can make it seem like you're home when you're not by switching lights on and off automatically. You can even set rooms to light up at different times.

    Highlights

    Create a customized lighting scheme from your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch

    A Philips Hue Bridge or Starter Kit is required to operate single bulbs

    Wireless connectivity via the Hue bridge

    Light bulbs are compatible with most sockets

    Tune, dim and control Hue from almost anywhere

    Experience high-quality white light

    Set automated timers using the Philips Hue app

    Create light settings to match your activity or mood

    Did You Notice?

    Each Hue light bulb uses 80% less power than a traditional light bulb.

    Apple Recommends For

    Creating customized light settings in your home from anywhere with your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.

    What’s in the Box

    One Hue White Extension Bulb

    Tech Specs

    Other Features: Wireless

    Connections: Wireless

    Power Source: AC, External power supply

    Height: 4.3 in./11 cm

    Width: 2.4 in./6.1 cm

    Manufacturer Information

    Part Number

    Mfr. Part Number: 046677455293

    UPC or EAN No.: 046677465315

    Warranty

    Note: Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple Brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple’s Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.

    Warranty: Two-year limited

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  • 4.5 Average
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    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      So Much Fun

      Set up is very simple, works beautifully with Siri. Every once in a while they will show a status of no response, but a rest at the actual wall switch resets th Set up is very simple, works beautifully with Siri. Every once in a while they will show a status of no response, but a rest at the actual wall switch resets the bulb. Love love love telling Siri to turn lights on and off. Automations can be set so that when you get home after dark certain lights will automatically turn on. An affordable must have for entry level smart home HomeKit fun. Requires Hue Hub 2.0 FYI

      • Written by Anthony H from Tucson

      23 of 24 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?So Much Fun

    • 4.0 out of 5 stars

      Philips Hue is a worthy option

      I began experimenting with smart home devices after purchasing the Echo Dot from Amazon on Prime Day. I have devices from Philips, TP-Link and iHome. The ba I began experimenting with smart home devices after purchasing the Echo Dot from Amazon on Prime Day. I have devices from Philips, TP-Link and iHome. The basic Philips starter kit comes with a hub, an Ethernet cable and two small light bulbs. The introductory bulbs are dimmable, but do not have features such as variations of light tones or color. The Philips bulbs work with either HomeKit or Echo,. You must use the bridge. (Having the same bulbs in both platforms can be confusing.) The Home app in iOS should recognize Philips smart bulbs and ask for a code from the device or its packaging as soon as you are connected to your home network. You scan the code with the camera on your phone or tablet. Setup takes place within the app. There is also a Hue app for discovery and adjustments. The bulbs have worked successfully with my iPhone 6S and iPad, latest generation. So far, the bulbs have not worked with Apple TV, fourth generation. Siri does not recognize them on my MacBook Air, either. What about the alternatives? TP-Link light bulbs and smart plugs are independent of a hub. The Wi-Fi technology is built into the bulb or smart plug. This makes the bulbs bigger and heavier. TP-Link gear works with Echo, but not with HomeKit. The iHome smart plug works with both HomeKit and Echo. It is a wall plug you connect the device to. A smart bulb, for example, is not required for on/off instructions.

      • Written by SJ G from Portland

      1 of 2 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Philips Hue is a worthy option

    • 4.0 out of 5 stars

      Philips Hue is a worthy option

      I began experimenting with smart home devices after purchasing the Echo Dot from Amazon on Prime Day. I have devices from Philips, TP-Link and iHome. The ba I began experimenting with smart home devices after purchasing the Echo Dot from Amazon on Prime Day. I have devices from Philips, TP-Link and iHome. The basic Philips starter kit comes with a hub, an Ethernet cable and two small light bulbs. The introductory bulbs are dimmable, but do not have features such as variations of light tones or color. The Philips bulbs work with either HomeKit or Echo,. You must use the bridge. (Having the same bulbs in both platforms can be confusing.) The Home app in iOS should recognize Philips smart bulbs and ask for a code from the device or its packaging as soon as you are connected to your home network. You scan the code with the camera on your phone or tablet. Setup takes place within the app. There is also a Hue app for discovery and adjustments. The bulbs have worked successfully with my iPhone 6S and iPad, latest generation. So far, the bulbs have not worked with Apple TV, fourth generation. Siri does not recognize them on my MacBook Air, either. What about the alternatives? TP-Link light bulbs and smart plugs are independent of a hub. The Wi-Fi technology is built into the bulb or smart plug. This makes the bulbs bigger and heavier. TP-Link gear works with Echo, but not with HomeKit. The iHome smart plug works with both HomeKit and Echo. It is a wall plug you connect the device to. A smart bulb, for example, is not required for on/off instructions.

      • Written by SJ G from Portland

      1 of 2 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Philips Hue is a worthy option

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      So Much Fun

      Set up is very simple, works beautifully with Siri. Every once in a while they will show a status of no response, but a rest at the actual wall switch resets th Set up is very simple, works beautifully with Siri. Every once in a while they will show a status of no response, but a rest at the actual wall switch resets the bulb. Love love love telling Siri to turn lights on and off. Automations can be set so that when you get home after dark certain lights will automatically turn on. An affordable must have for entry level smart home HomeKit fun. Requires Hue Hub 2.0 FYI

      • Written by Anthony H from Tucson

      23 of 24 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?So Much Fun

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