Philips Hue Outdoor Smart Lights Coming in July

Philips Hue Outdoor Smart Lights Coming in July

Philips Hue Outdoor Smart Lights Coming in July

The Philips Hue Lily spotlight, one of several new options for smart outdoor lighting coming this summer. "You can also select one of 16 million light colors to elevate your home's look or create the ideal outdoor ambiance, whether you're just relaxing or hosting family and friends for a barbeque".

The entire outdoor line-up is supposed to be "easy to install" and is based on a plug and play system that works with the Hue app.

The Philips Hue Lily, a spotlight created to highlight key garden features in one of 16 million colors and a temperature range of 2,200 - 6500 Kelvin, comes in a pack of three at a cost of US$280 or €299. You can connect them to the Hue bridge, then control them via the accompanying app or with your voice.

Like other Hue bulbs, you can set up lighting routines and schedules, control them remotely, and they support Apple's HomeKit platform. A few of the outdoor luminaires are flawless for mounting near a front or back door, so your lights can welcome you and your visitors to your home.

The luminary lights are priced starting at US$29.99.

Take your outdoor space to the next level with access to 16 million colors and full flexibility to position the light wherever it is needed.

For those with gardens, there's a spotlight aptly called the Lily, which starts at $279.99, and is created to highlight flower beds and features.

Meanwhile, the Lily spotlight will retail for $279/€299, and the Calla bollard will go on sale for $139/€139. Extension kits will be available for MSRP $79.99. Alternatively, the Philips Hue Calla is flawless for path lighting and can also be used to enhance your outdoor space. Calla bollard will retail for £125.

For more information about Philips Hue and how to have the best smart lighting experience inside and outside your home, please visit With 2017 sales of Euro 7.0 billion, we have approximately 32,000 employees in over 70 countries.

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