Grab an Echo Dot paired with 2 Philips Hue smart bulbs for just $35 total
Right now at Amazon you can get the 3rd-generation Echo Dot smart speaker with two Philips Hue white A19 smart bulbs on sale for $34.99 total. The Echo Dot goes for $25 on its own already, so you're getting the light bulbs for just $10 more. Considering the white A19 bulbs go for $35 normally and are currently down to $30, you're saving $20 with this bundle versus buying them individually. The bundle works with every available color of the Echo Dot, so you can get it in Charcoal, Heather Gray, Sandstone, or Plum.
Amazon Echo Dot + 2 Philips Hue white A19 Bluetooth smart bulbs
Basically an extra $10 for two light bulbs with the Echo Dot at its holiday pricing. The bulbs have Bluetooth so don't require a Hue hub. These are white A19 bulbs. You can upgrade to the multi-color bundle, too, which is on sale for $65 but delayed.
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While Philips Hue smart lighting has been around for a while, it has almost always required the use of a Hue Hub to unite all the lights together and then connect them to your Wi-Fi network. So usually when we see Philips Hue deals, the price drops are on the starter kits that include a hub. For example, we shared this 3-bulb multi-color kit recently when it dropped to $100 from $120. The deal above with the Echo Dot, however, includes two bulbs that don't need a hub. It's part of a new series from Philips Hue that includes both Bluetooth and Zigbee built in. You can still use a hub if you have one, and you'll eventually want one if you go crazy with the smart lighting because Bluetooth can only support up to 10 bulbs through the free app, but you don't need it if you don't want it.
Along with the included Bluetooth, the Philips Hue bulbs are designed to just be as simple as possible to use. Philips even calls it "Certified for Humans" so you know you won't have to tinker with it or stress over it. All you have to do is screw in the bulb and you'll get control with the touch of a button on your mobile device. You can even easily add voice control through the Hue app's settings. The bulbs work with both Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, and you can pair them with Amazon Echo devices or Google Nest devices.
The smart bulbs have a lifetime of 22 years or 25,000 hours, and they are Energy Star certified. Use your app to create timers and routines and automate your new smart bulb. You can add other accessories like motion detectors and smart switches, too, for even more functionality.
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J.D. Levite has been in the deals game since 2012. He has posted daily deals at Gizmodo, The Wirecutter, The Sweethome, and now for Thrifter. He was there for the first Prime Day and has braved the full force of Black Friday. If you cut him, he bleeds savings. But don't try it for real. That's a metaphor.