White Philips Hue bulbs are back on sale for $ 11 each – but they'll definitely sell out – BGR
Honestly, don't even take the time to read this post. Just click through to Amazon, where you'll find Philips Hue White A19 Single LED Bulbs on sale for just $ 11.47 each. Philips Hue's smart LED bulbs can cost as much as $ 50 a piece, and white bulbs go for as much as $ 20 each. When they drop down to $ 12 or below they are right now, they sell out every time. Hurry!
VOICE CONTROL: The Philips Hue White Smart Bulb works with Amazon Alexa to support dimming through voice control. For the full Hue experience and to take advantage of voice activation purchase the Philips Hue Hub (Model: 458471). Search "Philips Hue Hub" or "B016H0QZ7I" to find this product on Amazon.
SCHEDULE YOUR OWN CUSTOM LIGHTING SCENES: Philips Hue can make it look like you're not when using the schedule function in the Philips Hue app. Set the smart bulbs to come on at a pre-set time, so the lights are on when you arrive home. You can even set up rooms to light up at different times. And of course, you can let the smart lights turn off at night, so you never have to worry about whether you have left any lights on. This is the perfect way to personalize your smart home.
EASY INSTALLATION: To install, simply plug the smart bulbs into your desired light location, download the Hue mobile app and pair your Hue Hub (sold separately). Control the smart bulb via the Philips Hue App
EXPAND YOUR ECOSYTEM: Connect the smart bulb directly to your other Smart Home Devices like Amazon Echo Plus, Nest, or SmartThings systems. Easily expand your smart lighting system with accessories (sold separately), such as a Hue Dimmer Switch, Hue Tap, or Hue Motion Sensor
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