We stock the Philips Hue range because it offers several benefits over other smart lighting systems.

Quality, Reliability & Longevity - Philips Hue was first launched in 2012 with the system now up to its 3rd generation. As a pioneer of smart lighting technology, Philips Hue has become the go-to solution in terms of quality and reliability. We think the system is also a much surer bet than lesser-known brands who may not be able to support their products well into the future.

Philips Hue Logo

Simplicity - Philips Hue smart lights are easy to set-up and use. They now also all come with Bluetooth included, so you can use them even without a Hue Bridge.

Flexibility - Philips Hue works via a standalone app, or via some wireless switch accessories. It also works with Amazon Alexa, Apple HomeKit, and the Google Assistant. You can control your lights with your voice or link them to other smart accessories.

Philips Hue Works With Apple, Google, Amazon

Philips Huge Range - The Philips Hue range is constantly expanding into new areas. What started as a few simple light bulbs now also includes some light fittings and various additional control options.

As an official distributor for Philips Lighting Australia, we stock a wide range of locally supported Philips Hue products.

Types of Philips Hue Smart Light Bulbs

If you are new to Philips Hue, the options can seem a little overwhelming at first. Within the Philips Hue range, you will come across three categorisations: White, White Ambiance, and White & Colour Ambiance.

Philips Hue Range Colour Temperature
White 2700K (Warm White)
White Ambiance 2200K (Very Warm) to 6500K (Cool Daylight)
White & Colour Ambiance Full-Colour Spectrum (16 Million Colours)

What Will You Do With Philips Hue?

When it first came out, Philips Hue seemed like a bit of a gimmick. You can change the colour of the lights in your living room - so what? There certainly is a novelty aspect to smart lighting, but so many more practical applications are emerging, such as:

  • Dim your lights without the use of a conventional dimmer switch (or the expense of an electrician).
  • Use the alarm feature to wake up with slowly brightening lights, not a loudly buzzing alarm.
  • Turn the lights on automatically using geolocation, just before you arrive home.
  • Use voice control to switch off all the light as you leave home. "Hey Siri, turn off all the lights," or similar.
  • Use the Hue App to randomly operate a few lights while you're on holiday - to make your home look occupied.

See our complete range of Philips Hue lights and Philips Hue support page.

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