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Philips LivingColors Iris Colour Changing Mood Light - Clear (Integrated 1 x 10 Watts LED Bulb, Remote Control)
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- Easily select your colours with the remote control
- Choose from 16 million colours
- Adjustable colour intensity, dimmable light with automatic colour changing mode
- Long lasting high quality LED light - saves energy
- Diffused light effect - easily blends with your interiors
- Control LivingColors Iris and other Philips LivingAmbiance products with one easy-to-use remote control (Smartlink)
- Create and store 3 favourite scenes
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Colour your world with light with LivingColors Iris. A timeless and distinctive design to complement your home interior. Just take the remote control, select one of the 16 million colours and enjoy.
1 x Philips LivingColors Iris, 1 x Power Adapter
From the Manufacturer
Philips LivingColors - Colour Your world with light
Can you imagine creating bright sunshine yellow to warm your soul or romance in shades of red? Perhaps a pale leaf green to ease you into the evening? Choose a colour and let the LivingColors family light up your world in any shade you want. From soothing pastel shades to rich, intense colours.
LivingColors Iris. A timeless and distinctive design to complement your home interior. Just take the remote control, select one of the 16 million colours and enjoy.
Choose from 16.000.000 colours
Select your own favourite colour out of the 16.000.000 different colour options.
Automatic Colour Changing Mode
Turn the colour wheel for 360 degree and then press the 'I' button, sit back and let the colours change automatically.
Elegant Diffused Light Effect
All the different colours blend naturally into your interior because of the diffused light effect.
Easy-to-use Remote Control
By turning the colour wheel on the remote control, you can easily select every colour you like.
Light Output 210 Lumen
The LivingColors Iris has the most light output throughout the LivingColors range (210 lumen). Just place the LivingColors Iris wherever you like and point it towards a light-coloured wall to get the full experience.
Adjust the brightness as you like by using the remote control.
Adjustable Colour Intensity
Add more white to your colour by using the remote control to get the better pastel shades.
Store Your Favourite Colours
Store your two favourite colours for easy recall with the favourites buttons on the remote control. Just select the colour you like to store and hold one of the two favourites buttons to store it.
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|Light colour options||16 million colours||16 million colours||16 million colours||256 colours||64 colours|
|Light output||210 lumen||120 lumen||120 lumen||70 lumen||50 lumen|
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Light output is given as 210 lumens which, I think, is roughly equivalent to a 25W incandescent bulb. The unit is supplied with a circular remote control which controls the on-off, colour, brightness and intensity (saturation); there are also 2 favourite preset buttons which can be used to set a colour, brightness and intensity.
A white light is available by reducing the intensity (saturation). There is an option for an automatic colour change and you can vary the speed of the change by rotating the colour wheel, according to Philips there are 20 steps; because there is a slow colour change it is hard to say how long the lamp stays on one colour but at the slowest it appears to be several minutes.
According to Philips you can link several livingcolor iris units to one remote control and also link remote control units together.
In the video I've tried to show some of the features. It is well made and comes with a 2 year warranty.
Despite what it says on the Philips Hue website in the FAQs section this works with the Hue system. Follow the instructions given by Philips for connecting to the Hue bridge given in the forum, bit fiddly, but it works. It gives a very versatile timer amongst other things.
Well I can say I've successfully linked both lights without any hassle . Just hold your previous remote in front of new light and press and hold the 'on' button till the remote flashes and the light goes white . Great stuff my living room totally turns all the same colour off of 1 twist of the dial ........ Really funky would recommend to anyone looking to set a mood in the press of a button .
The power adapter is wired in. this makes it impossible to thread the cable through a wall conduit or a hole in cabinet/desk, unlike the gen 2 in which the power adapter connected via a plug on the bottom of the device. This is a real cheap move by Phillips. I personally detest fixed power cables.. scrimping on a plug and socket is just rude!
The remote control feels cheap compared to the gen2 round control.
Gen 3 round control: 2 pre-sets only, colour is set via turning mechnical wheel to cycle though colours, cannot control lamps individually
Gen 2 round control: 3 pre-sets, colour can be set instantly by touching the selected colour, can control all or individual lamps.
The gen 2 round control will control this gen 3 lamp as well, so its not a problem if you already have a gen 2 device but its a bit of a let down if you only have gen 3 devices.. not being able to set colours individually from a single remote is a bit lame.
The remote can be a bit confusing at first. The colours are arranged in a ring around a dial. Intuitively, you'd think that turning the dial to the colour you want is all you need to do, but this results in hardly any change in colour at all. This is because it requires many 360° turns of the dial in order to cycle through the colours. The ring of colours on the remote should be viewed as an indicator of the order in which the colours change, not as an indicator of where you need to turn the dial. Once you understand this it's plain sailing, although it did confuse me at first (to the point where I thought the lamp was defective).
In operation, this is one cool device - literally. It doesn't get warm no matter how long you have it on. It's equally cool how easily you can change the colour, brightness and saturation of the light, store your favourite settings, or set it to automatically cycle through all of the available colours. The base of the device is a circle "cut out" of the lamp's semi-spherical shape, making it better suited to placement on a flat surface rather than carpet. This is hardly a deal-breaker though: if you want to place it on carpet just find something flat to place it on (a decent-sized coaster would do; the lamp's footprint really is very small).
This lamp is an excellent choice for backlighting a TV (the effect is quite stunning, even in daylight), or for providing a dash of mood-altering coloured light anywhere else.
This light comes with a remote and does not include a Hue bridge to enable you to use the app on your smartphone. I was happy with this as the reason for buying was that my light is too far away to keep reaching for the switch. I know use the included battery remote (Batteries included) to switch the light on/off, change the colour and use to the 2 preset options.
Using the remote and light functions is easy. A simple circular remote has switches for the intensity of the light, white balance, on/off, colour wheel (Just turn to cycle through colours) and two preset buttons. When you find a colour, intensity and light level you like simple press and hold one of the preset buttons and its saved. Do the same for the other button and you can have a night time and morning setting if you like. I have a deep blue at its lowest setting for night and a bright orange / yellow that is very uplifting for the morning, especially in the winter time.
I'm very happy and would be happy to invest in more of the Phillips Hue lights at the right price. The unit and remote feels great and looks fantastic quality. Very happy with the levels of light that come out of this light. I was concerned with the levels shown on the promotional video but fear not one light can fill a small / medium room no problem at all.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Be aware you cannot control it through Hue Bridge and Hue app, meaning any automation is not possible. Really dissapointed.Published 19 days ago by Rolondon
Lovely lights that change to multiple colours. They can work on their own through a control pad or can be set up via wifi on a central hub that can then be controlled through your... Read morePublished 20 days ago by Samuel
In many ways this product is far superior to hue in that it actually has a light switch! You don't need a smartphone to turn it on, you don't need Internet, and it has tactile... Read morePublished 1 month ago by David Fanner
Light good, the operating instructions could be better. I only received a diagram for the operating instructions and I am unsure how to use all modes for the light.Published 1 month ago by Lisa Tulloch
Controller is fairly intuitive and paired with the unit it offers a great variety of colours, shades and tones, along with the ability to adjust the overall brightness of the... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Bloodhound
I found that the lamp body was slightly damaged/scratched, but before i sent it back we tried it out sitting the lamp behind our 58" tv. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Keith Taylor