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Philips Smart Wi-Fi LED (Wiz Connected) Bulbs: A19 60W Soft White or Daylight $6.97, Color & Tunable $9.97, BR30 65W $8 + Free Shipping (Regional)

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Soft white was $7.97 for me. Still not bad. Got 10.
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Got a few, still in stock on the zip codes in the OP. Thanks!
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Got a couple of these! Used the zip codes. Thanks, OP!
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So why is Philips making wifi lights that aren't compatible with Hue? Seems stupid

And WTF is Wiz?
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Do you need a Phillips hue to use with Alexa or Google home for the A19 color and tunable white? Also what's the difference between the A19 nd the b30 color tunable one?
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Do you need a Phillips hue to use with Alexa or Google home for the A19 color and tunable white? Also what's the difference between the A19 nd the b30 color tunable one?
No, you don't need Philips Hue to use it with either Google/Alexa.
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No HomeKit, sadness.
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just what i was looking for got 10! thanks =D
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Thx OP! Picked up 2 of the color A19's I've been needing to use in conjunction with the BR30 Wiz bulbs I already have.
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Do you need any kind of hub for these?
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Do you need any kind of hub for these?
No, just your normal router
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So why is Philips making wifi lights that aren't compatible with Hue? Seems stupid

And WTF is Wiz?
Very stupid. I use hue wireless dimmer switches and these won't connect. I returned these things with the quickness.
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These compatible with Google assistant?
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No, you don't need Philips Hue to use it with either Google/Alexa.
Warning stupied question:
Can this be set up as a kid's light? E.g. I want to have a regular table lamp that can be turn and off as normal, but if the on light is still on at midnight to automatically turn off. Next day the lamp should behave as normal, e.g. respond to normal physical switch input, but may require that the physical switch be toggle from "on (but bulb off), to off, then on (and bulb on)". Does that make sense?

Basically I want my kid to be able to use the lamp as normal, but for it to shut off if my kid left it on at night while falling asleep.
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