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Philips Hue White A19 Starter Kit: Bridge w/ 4 Hue Bulbs EXPIRED

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Best Buy.com has Philips Hue White A19 Starter Kit: Bridge w/ 4 Hue Bulbs (472001) on sale for $59.99. Shipping is free, otherwise, select free in-store pickup as an alternative option. Thanks longmanj9 and marwin

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Includes:
  • Hue bridge
  • Ethernet network cable
  • Power adapter
  • Four hue white bulbs
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  • Ethernet network cable
  • Power adapter
  • Four hue white bulbs

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Shoot. Bulbs are normally $10 each. Seems like a no-brainer.
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Question on these, you still need a dimmer switch to control dimming via the app right?
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thanks got one to test out
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Question on these, you still need a dimmer switch to control dimming via the app right?
No the bulbs dim
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Does it work with Siri?
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Do these work with Google home mini?
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Does it work with Siri?
Yes they do.... They are apple homekit compatible too
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since the bulb is so cheap, would be wise just to be two of these kits to have enough bulbs?
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since the bulb is so cheap, would be wise just to be two of these kits to have enough bulbs?
No, bulbs are $15 each and i think a 4 pack is $50.
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Does the bridge work with Gen 3 White and Color bulb?
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Can someone tell me what the practical experience of these is... is it all app-based? Do they work flawlessly? I guess I just can't figure out if the hassle would be worth the benefits. 😕
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