Add color to any room with a Philips Hue smart bulb. Change light from warm to cool white light as well as 16 million colors. Use Bluetooth for instant light control in one room or connect to the Hue Bridge to unlock the full suite of features.
16 million colors
Bulb Base Size: Standard Edison medium screw base E26
Light Appearance: 2700 kelvin
Bulb Length: 6.5 inches
Recommended Use: General purpose
Package Quantity: 1
Light Bulb Color: Multicolored
Light Bulb Type: LED
Sustainability Certifications: No certifications
Federal Efficiency Standards: Yes
Watt output equivalent: 60 Watts
Volts Required: 120 volts
Contains mercury: No
California Title 20 compliance: Not CA Title 20 compliant
Light bulb shape: A19
Color rendering index: 180
Light settings: Dimmable (full range)
Energy used (watts): 60
Power factor rating: .5
Warranty: 1 year limited warranty. To obtain a copy of the manufacturer's or supplier's warranty for this item prior to purchasing the item, please call Target Guest Services at 1-800-591-3869
Item Number (DPCI): 085-02-0107
With millions of color options to explore, Philips Hue Bluetooth bulbs allow you to easily set the mood of any room with the ability to control up to 10 lights using compatible voice assistant devices or in the Hue Bluetooth app. Upgrade to a Hue Bridge to unlock the full suite of smart lighting features.
I’ve been using Hue products for five years. I’m now 65 years old. I LOVE this product ... and if I can figure out how to set it up, anyone can. Yes, it was a little scary at the beginning, but I did it. Now I have Hue Bulbs in EVERY ROOM, including the motion set up in the kitchen and bathroom for midnight wandering. I I’m SOOOOO HAPPY!
Very awesome to step into the space age, however..
3 out of 5 stars
Robert - 4 months ago
originally posted on meethue.com
I bought a box of two bulbs to connect to my Echo Show (Alexa). I screw one bulb into my lamp and turn it on as the direction stated. I then found the bulb through bluetooth and I thought all was well. All of a sudden the first bulb would not respond. I read on the site to turn it off and wait ten seconds then turn it back on and reconnect. It kept telling me it could not be found or it was connected already. It wasn't sure itself. The second bulb went much smoother and I was able to get it connected and attached to the Echo. I even got it in the group bedroom since that is were the lamps are that's were I wanted it. It took quite a bit of troubleshooting to get the first bulb finally connected but it would not go into the bedroom group and stayed in connected devices. I tried to move it and it would not go into the bedroom group. Finally after about an hour or reading and troubleshooting I do have the two lights connected to the Echo for voice commands and they work. I hate to see waht would have happened to someone that isn't quite as computer literate. Even with all my experience it was a difficult process. Things like this shouldn't be so hard to set up since they will possibly be set up by people like my mother who has trouble finding the send button for e-mails!
I have a number of these. They produce great colors and the provided software is easy to use, but unfortunately I find all Hue bulbs to be too dim. This has a max of 800 lumens; I really need at least 1000 for my purposes. I always feel like the room is just a little gloomy each time I use only these bulbs.
I'm up to 5 of these bulbs, 2 light strips, and 2 play light bars. I couldn't be happier with the ease of use. Once the bridge is set up, setting up every new light takes less than 5 min and it's super easy. Will be buying many more.