Created to manage up to 50 lights with the Philips hue bridge
Controlled wirelessly through a smart device whether you are home or away
Designed to provide various shades of white light, tailored to mood or need
Can be synchronized with music, tv, and games for an immersive effect
Compatible with Amazon Alexa, Apple HomeKit, and Google Assistant
Can be easily expanded with Hue accessories (sold separately)
Can be paired for automation with existing Nest or Samsung SmartThings system
Bulbs fit standard-sized table lamps
Product dimensions: 3.7”x7.6”x12.9”
In the box: 3 color A19 bulbs, hue bridge, ethernet cable, power adapter, manual, and a 90 day warranty
For more than a century, Philips has been at the forefront of a host of electrical innovations. The company started by selling light bulbs in the Netherlands in the late 1800s, but pretty soon, its products were derived from its own research. That research contributed to products used today all over the world, including medical X-ray tubes, radios, TVs, electric shavers, audio cassettes, CDs, and DVDs. Philips’s innovative spirit lives on with an added aspect of sustainability: the company’s EcoVision program is aimed at improving people’s lives while bolstering energy efficiency and increasing the amount of recyclable material in its products.
They are great...no evidence that they are refurb units other than the sticker on the box...setup took all of 5 minutes, except for the software update.. that took an hour..already expanded my collection to include the portable and one white bulb...be warned, they are addictive..lol
So many ways to control the lights!! Siri does the commands and lights tun on when you come home! You can do a ton of commands to set lights and there color, to turn on and off. So easy!!! Life just got better.
The bridge seemed to start off in a bad state and I'm not sure how it will respond long term, but after a software update and then a few days, it is working. I'm just worried that each time is some unknown number of restarts to get it started.