Philips Hue White A19 Dimmable Bulbs 4-Pack

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Philips Hue White A19 Dimmable Bulbs 4-Pack
Price: $37.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard (Free with Prime)
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days (Tuesday, Jun 19 to Wednesday, Jun 20) + transit
Condition: Refurbished


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what are the wattage, lumens, or incandescent equivalent?

I got you bro LMGTFY - Let Me Google That For You

Televiper FTW - Nice touch! LOL

LOL good one man

How the hell does one “refurbish” a light bulb?

I was going to ask the same question! Wipe it down?

Reading the product description tells you what they did in a few easy steps.

I love you. :slight_smile:

Ask and you shall receive! I commented the last time the color bulbs with bridge were posted that I would like the white bulbs without a bridge, and here they are!

Now… If you can get the E12 candelabra bulbs in white, my life would be complete!

Are these actually 4th gen bulbs? That is what is depicted in the photos.

Quality post of the decade!

Touche televiper, Touche!

So I’m clear on this… The hub is REQUIRED, and these will not work with the Amazon Echo unless using the hub?

Right. You need the Phillips Hue Hub to control these bulbs, period. These bulbs will turn on without the hub (upon receiving power), but you wont be able to control the bulb without the hub.

They can’t connect directly to Echo. They can be directly connected to SmartThings or Hubitat Elevation, but require being reset, which in turn requires a Hue Dimmer. If directly connected to ST or HE, they can’t be connected to a Hue Hub without yet another device.

Bump for an answer.

Clarification on others’ answers: they WILL work directly with the current Echo Plus, which has a Zigbee controller built-in. That is the only Echo model that does not require the Philips hub to operate the bulbs.

So they can connect to a SmartThings hub if you have a dimmer to reset them with, and you still need a Hue bridge to actually make them work if you do?

So there’s no point in connecting them to a ST hub unless your house is big enough that the Hue bridge won’t reach?

The Hue Bridge is currently $51.97 on the Mothership