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Philips Hue White LED Smart Button Starter Kit, Three (3) A19 Smart Bulbs, 1 Smart Button & 1 Hue Hub ($59.99 w/ Free Prime Ship)

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  • Philips Hue Smart LED 5-Piece Starter Kit
  • WHAT'S IN THE BOX: Each kit contains 3 Philips Hue White A19 60W LED Smart bulbs (able to fit most lamps, overhead lights, and 4-inch recessed cans ); Philips Hue hub that can reliably control up to 50 Hue lights without slowing your Wi-Fi; and one Smart Button with mounting plates
  • VOICE ACTIVATED: By using the Hue Hub, these Smart Bulbs connect to your favorite smart home devices like Amazon Alexa, Apple HomeKit, or Google Assistant for the ultimate smart home experience
  • EASY & VERSATILE: The Hue Smart button is easy to use and install. Equipped with magnets, tape, and a wall bracket, the button can be placed in multiple locations in multiple ways. No hard-wiring required. Control your lights without touching your smart phone.
  • SCHEDULE YOUR OWN CUSTOM LIGHT SCENES: With the Philips Hue App you can set routines to help you feel energized in the morning, have your lights detect when you arrive home, or turn the smart lights off gradually as you head to bed.
  • EXPAND YOUR PHILIPS HUE ECOSYSTEM: You can easily expand on your starter kit when you purchase other Hue light points & accessories. Try adding a Hue Tap switch for control without touching your smart phone. Add a Hue Play to set the perfect scene for your next binge-worthy show.

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Don't ever get these trash. They're good but I bought version one expecting them to last 20 years but they just continued with smart support for all these devices and asking me to upgrade the hub now
I'm still using the gen1 hub with the latest devices. Is that what you mean?
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Don't ever get these trash. They're good but I bought version one expecting them to last 20 years but they just continued with smart support for all these devices and asking me to upgrade the hub now
I don't mean to be a dick, but that kinda happens with a lot of tech. The first generations often get left behind as the manufacturer figures out ways of doing things better. First gens are sometimes thought of as a mass public beta. Just the way it works for early adopters.
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I'm still using the gen1 hub with the latest devices. Is that what you mean?
I have the first generation up in the lights and they do not connect with Alexa or Google home anymore due to some back end security concern that Philips decided to choose as a way of joy supporting
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Don't ever get these trash. They're good but I bought version one expecting them to last 20 years but they just continued with smart support for all these devices and asking me to upgrade the hub now
God forbid they discontinue 8 year old products for the sake of real progress! You can get a Gen 2.1 for non-prohibitively cheap prices anyway if you know where to look. Get real...
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I don't mean to be a dick, but that kinda happens with a lot of tech. The first generations often get left behind as the manufacturer figures out ways of doing things better. First gens are sometimes thought of as a mass public beta. Just the way it works for early adopters.
I completely agree with you however I do have a salty taste and there are equally as good alternatives available for much cheaper even without a sale
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I completely agree with you however I do have a salty taste and there are equally as good alternatives available for much cheaper even without a sale
I don't know, I think it depends on your planned usage. I like that hue is on a hub and not every single bulb is on WiFi like most other brands. I'll stick with hue myself but I do understand your personal experience.
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Looks like Gen2 bulbs.. I'll pass..
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Ah, tricky: they changed the shape of the white-only bulbs to look like the old tunable white ambiance bulbs. Almost jumped on this thinking they were tunable white.
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The smart button alone is worth $30 so then its $20 to sell the hub and then $9 for some older bulbs.
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Not a fan. I had to have this at first but overall is gimmicky. And no longer use. I prefer controlled light switches and cheap non smart bulbs
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The smart button alone is worth $30 so then its $20 to sell the hub and then $9 for some older bulbs.
I own several of their 4 button switches. I've never tried the smart button. I do like all the button option with the 4 button switch
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I own several of their 4 button switches. I've never tried the smart button. I do like all the button option with the 4 button switch
The button can do everything the switch can it's on off and dim, unless you use the hacks with the switch and change what each does
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I have the first generation up in the lights and they do not connect with Alexa or Google home anymore due to some back end security concern that Philips decided to choose as a way of joy supporting
If the 1st gen hub is the issue, DM me and I'll send you a 3rd gen hub for postage.
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