Philips Hue White and Color Ambiance 2-Pack A19 LED Smart Bulb, Bluetooth & Zigbee compatible (Hue Hub Optional), Works with Alexa & Google Assistant A Certified for Humans Device 2 Count (Pack of 1) Base Lumen (60W) White and Color Ambiance (16 Million Colors)

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Product Quality Score (PQS) is a measure of product quality and is scored out of 100.A Product Quality Score of 75 means that 75% of the customer feedback was positive and (25%) of the customer feedback was negative. A PQS closer to 100 indicates that a product has few issues overall and is Wow/Great.
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Mar 16, 2023
Sooooo easy now to be lazy!.Alexa plus these lights make life easy and bright!!
Mar 12, 2023
Great lights.Love these lights. They work well and last. I would like to see them introduce them in the 150w equivalent.
Mar 11, 2023
Connection problems.These light bulbs are expensive but I have connection problems with them. Intermittently one of my light bulbs cannot contact the server. Terrible since I paid so much for them. When they work, they are awesome.
Mar 11, 2023
Good entertainment.I got it for the entertainment value. It's fun to have Alexa change it to different colors with voice commands.
Mar 08, 2023
Colorful and bright.Does what it does, it lights up the room well lit. And able to change to a wide arrange of colors I like
Mar 07, 2023
Connectivity Quit Working, App Has Ads.These bulbs worked fine for several years along with our Echo Dot. However the connectivity stopped working. We can still turn them on and off with the wall switch, but neither Alexa nor the App can connect to them. Neither can my phone's bluetooth detect them. Not sure what happened. Followed the suggested reset procedure many times but no luck. They need some sort of physical reset button on the device perhaps. Also the Philips app is clunky to use because of ads, the ads are placed in a way
Mar 06, 2023
very expensive, basically doesn't work without bridge.they are quite pricy to not just work. I personally use apple HomeKit for my smart home, you can't connect them to apple's intigration without the hue bridge, which is $50 extra. for the price of these bulbs you'd think your paying for well integration. if you are putting these lights in the kitchen or space that needs lots of light, i'd opt for the higher lumen bulbs
Mar 05, 2023
Constant Bluetooth issues.Constantly disconnecting from Alexa - used a different brand for another light and no issues. They have lasted though since 2019 so they do work for a long time.
Mar 03, 2023
In six years, I've had 4 out of 8 bulbs fail..I purchased my first Hue kit in 2017 with 4 bulbs, and quickly expanded to 8. I have replaced 3 bulbs over the years, and now a 4th is just randomly turning itself off for no reason. I've performed all the recommended troubleshooting, with no improvement. All of these have, of course, been past the 2-year warranty. That's four failures out of 8 original bulbs in 6 years. Heck, even four out of 11 total is still an abysmal failure rate. These are some of the most expensive lightbulbs on the mark
Mar 02, 2023
Setting these up with Google is about as hard as setting up an entire machine learning environment.I have spent the past two hours struggling to get these integrated with Google Home. The amount of errors (with no information on how to fix them) is absolutely unacceptable. Edit: Turns out this might have to do with Google Nest Minis and the maximum bluetooth devices they can control simultaneously. Would be nice if there was any indication about this sorta stuff with the product.
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