Philips’ new Hue lights cover your whole home, inside and out
August 11, 2018 - table lamp
Signify has introduced a operation of new Hue lights and fixtures that are designed to go all over your home, including a integrate that we’ve already seen in leaks, like an outward lightstrip and a lavatory mirror.
The general, strenuous thesis is that Signify wants Hue to be everywhere in your house, inside and outside. Although we immediately consider of Hue bulbs as a product line’s defining feature, Signify no longer needs a verbatim bulbs to spin out a portfolio. Some of these products use LEDs or have no replaceable bulbs during all. Instead, Signify is perplexing to build a code around “lighting,” rather than usually a collection of light bulbs.
With that, here are a new 2018 offerings.
The Ascend Collection
This collection uses a uniform cover figure done out of diffused potion to cover Hue bulbs. There’s a unresolved pendant, a list lamp, a building lamp, and a chandelier that all come with enclosed Hue bulbs. The list and wall light boat with a E12 candle bulb, while a building flare and match boat with a A19 bulb. Both of these can hoop white light and colored light. You can angle a lights to approach them.
Pricing details: $99.99 for a wall light, $129.99 for a table light, $149.99 for the pendant, and $179.99 for a floor lamp. These are all listed online already by a Philips website, nonetheless they’re now “out of stock.” Philips says they’ll be accessible starting in October.
The Being Pendant
This light doesn’t underline a standard tuber and is designed to be mounted from a ceiling. It’s pretty! It can usually outlay shades of white light and will cost $249.99 when it’s expelled on Aug 20th.
The Enchant Pendant Light
This is a elementary unresolved match light. It can heat in white or tone and includes a bulb. It’ll cost $99.99 when it’s expelled on Aug 20th. The inventory is live on a Philips Hue website. It really wasn’t my character when we saw it in person, though maybe someone out there wants a minimal unresolved light.
The White Ambiance Adore Collection
This is Hue’s new lavatory collection, that leaked final month. The trickle usually showed off the new mirror, that will cost $249.99 when it’s recover on Aug 20th, though there’s also a new flush-mount fixture as well. The roof light is approaching to have 30,000 hours of use, during that indicate you’d have to buy a new light given we can’t change a LEDs. It’ll cost $179.99.
Both a counterpart and tie usually heat in shades of white. They also boat with a dimmer switch so that we can spin them on and off though wanting your phone. That switch will be preprogrammed though we can always change their defaults.
This is another product that leaked forward of a central unveiling: the outward lightstrip. It’s designed to withstand all continue conditions, definition that we can’t extend it or make it smaller. It’s accessible in both 7-foot and 16-foot versions. Signify envisions it as ideal for lighting a path. The 16-foot indication will cost $159.99, while a 7-foot chronicle will cost $89.99.
Photography by Ashley Carman / The Verge
Correction 8/11, 12:35 PM ET: Updated to simulate that Signify owns Philips Hue. Not Philips.