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B22 is a normal sized fitting with a Bayonet, hence 'b'. The e27 stands for 'edison' but to you and I it's basically a normal sized screw in bulb. When I say normal I mean the size you usually put in a ceiling light fitting. A GU10 is the two pronged smaller types, which in my experience are your typical kitchen light … see more B22 is a normal sized fitting with a Bayonet, hence 'b'. The e27 stands for 'edison' but to you and I it's basically a normal sized screw in bulb. When I say normal I mean the size you usually put in a ceiling light fitting. A GU10 is the two pronged smaller types, which in my experience are your typical kitchen light fitting and normally halogen. My house is full of the smaller e14 screw bulbs which is proving a nightmare, but I found an e14 to e27 adaptor for the light which should hopefully allow me to use e27 bulbs in all the lamps and chandeliers etc that I have bought over the years see less B22 is a normal sized fitting with a Bayonet, hence 'b'. The e27 stands for 'edison' but to you and I it's basically a normal sized screw in bulb. When I say normal I mean the size you usually put in a ceiling light fitting. A GU10 is the two pronged smaller types, which in my experience are your typical kitchen light fitting and normally halogen. My house is full of the smaller e14 screw bulbs which is proving a nightmare, but I found an e14 to e27 adaptor for the light which should hopefully allow me to use e27 bulbs in all the lamps and chandeliers etc that I have bought over the years
Scrapsterelly
· 27 October 2016
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I did originally, but on the network list I couldn't see the hue router showing up as being installed. So if someone is just sitting in your neighbourhood scanning for networks I don't think they'd see it unless they really tried. I guess you are protected against the casual hacker. Combine it with CCTV for better p… see more I did originally, but on the network list I couldn't see the hue router showing up as being installed. So if someone is just sitting in your neighbourhood scanning for networks I don't think they'd see it unless they really tried. I guess you are protected against the casual hacker. Combine it with CCTV for better peace of mind. A neighbour had a break in and had CCTV and they got it all in glorious technicolour. Nabbed. see less I did originally, but on the network list I couldn't see the hue router showing up as being installed. So if someone is just sitting in your neighbourhood scanning for networks I don't think they'd see it unless they really tried. I guess you are protected against the casual hacker. Combine it with CCTV for better peace of mind. A neighbour had a break in and had CCTV and they got it all in glorious technicolour. Nabbed.
Kentish Reviewer
· 24 November 2017
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Yes, the "Richer Colors" Version is the new Generation Philips Presented 1-2 Month ago with better green and blue Colors. You can see this on the "Richer Colors" label and the bulbs are white now on the part that was silver.
Makaveli71
· 04 November 2016
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Yes. See Google support page https://support.google.com/googlehome/answer/7072090?hl=en-GB
tonyb
· 29 June 2017
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Hi, I don't think so. I just use the app on my phone or iPad.
Kind regards
Anna

Hattiethecat
· 22 September 2017
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No sorry have not noticed that.
Carolyn
· 08 December 2017
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Yes you can, I change the colour via my amazon show.
Mrs. S. Keyworth
· 16 November 2018
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Yes they do. Just be careful if you have shade that touches the bulb cos it is slightly longer but not by much. I recommend them.
Kevin
· 02 December 2016
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Unfortunately you can only sync if you have a Philips TV. You can use the 'Sync My Lights' app which you can find on the iOS App Store (not sure about Android) but you then have to keep your phone camera pointed at the TV. Hope this helps.
AdamZA
· 18 April 2017