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Do you use smart bulbs in your home?
On hue bulbs, you can set up zones now, making the problem at 5:51 irrelevant
Linus won't expose the product if they sponsor him right?
Can you adjust the brightness?
I gotta say though I’ve tried different hub-less smart bulbs before, but Philips Hue bulbs with the hub work perfect EVERY TIME. I haven’t had to re-pair or cycle the lights on them once since initial set up. Sometimes that’s a premium people want to pay for
What about safety? I’ve teared down a couple of different lights of AE and I was shocked at the way they handle mains power.
price of yee now looks about the same as the other two
I have both. 1 year using yeelight and purchased first Hue.. Its different okay…! Yeelight lowest brihtness cant compare with phillips hue. And the color.. Yeelight its not really 16mil color, just test it..
I Almost buy Philips hue… thanks to this video 😊
You forgot razer and hue intergration
Me: gets house mortgage
Linus next day: "RIPOFF!"
2 years later these things are everywhere and dirt cheap lol
Warrenty from AliExpress??? What world you are living in??? I would never trust AliExpress
Hue is good in Market, and its not a rip off if you buy it from marketplace or during sale
you pay for quality. lets see how long they last from aliexpress lol. stop being cheap or just say you are sponsored by them smh
till china hacks into your network through the bulbs, if I got these then I would put them on their own VLAN away from the rest of my stuff
Have or can you compare these to Meross?
My Philips hue allows me to turn on my two-bedroom lights at the same time, my two living room lights, or singularly, So depending on your setup within the app, you can turn on multiple lights all at the same time or just one light depending on your needs. I don't think that the statement was correct in the video.
I just bought 6 Philips 1000 lumens E27 LEDs for £20.99. I don't care about privacy-invading "smart technology".
1:50 Stop acting hurt Linus, everyone knows yours haven't dropped yet.
What is the purpose of these products? The only purpose I can see would be to automatically vary the color temperature based on time of day (6500 K at noon, 2700 K or even lower at midnight). But can they do that? If not, it's just… lol I can make the lightz pyrple?
Yaa I'll stay on Lifx. They seem to be the ones delivering on the entire purpose of Lighting… Along with all the features of any sort of Competition.
I got 60 watt replacement phillips hue for 12 dollars us each and 100 for 24 dollars. They are awesome. I think worth the money. I don't know why they are so much cheaper now than when he did his review.
Yeet lights are gonna be chineese garbo.
See? Do your damn research guys
Listen close..Listen very close..Get Lifx and save yourself the video, remember he's branding YeeLights, you'll get more light and functionality with Lifx trust me
This was advertised on Facebook to me. I was so amazed it looked so great. So I am here now before I buy.
off brand bulbs will not work with hue sync and other features. only good for on, off, dim and color
To complicated for anyone to use. My design is super simpler
Why not use smart switches instead? can control fixtures with multiple lights with one switch, and shutting off the power on the switch doesn't break the functionality like it does for bulbs as the switch itself is the smart device.
I found a MUCH cheaper way
What about Hue Jackman?
Nothing wrong with Philips hue so your article is shit, but that's an opinion like yours
as a tech guy you should be stupid reason of accepting these stupid paid promotions
I've been buying hue bulbs since they came out, all still work. You have the confidence of buying a brand that is been around for a long time and is reliable with good customer service. Every Philips product I have ever bought still works including a 21 year old DVD player I bought and hand-me-down VCR my parent bought when I was a little kid. Philips cost more because it is an established company with a good reputation. LIFX and YEELIGHT, not so much.
I see all the comments abt "Cheap Chinese Knockoff" but if it's 45$ vs 18$…
do you need a bridge for yeelight products as well?
Are the yee lights conectebel to the Pc sry for my bad english
I bought some Wiz bulbs made by Philips that seem to offer the same features and don't require a central hub.
2:00 Alvin and the chipmunks be like
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