Part of the Philips LivingColors family, the Bloom lamp lets you bring extraordinary color to any space and control it from the Hue app on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. All it takes is an easy wireless connection with your existing Philips Hue bridge.
A vast palette at your fingertips
Choose from 16 million colors of light to match your mood or decor. Add accents to your home by placing light just where you need it. Highlight a favorite spot with up to 120 lumen light output. Or lower the intensity and blend soft, smooth tones across the room.
Because Bloom uses innovative LED light, it's long-lasting and extremely energy efficient. So it has a minimal impact on your energy bills.
- Create and control your own lighting scheme from the Philips Hue app on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
- Connect wirelessly via your existing Philips Hue bridge
- Create light settings based on your favorite photos
- Tune, dim, and control your Bloom from anywhere
- Naturally blends into your interior
- Up to 16 million colors
- 120 lumen output
- Requires a Philips Hue bridge, which is available from the Apple Online Store as part of the Philips Hue Connected Bulb - Starter Pack
Did you notice?Compact and sleek, Bloom blends beautifully in any room.
Apple Recommends ForLight a space with a splash of color or wash your walls with stunning shades–all from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
What's in the Box?
- Philips Friends of Hue Bloom lamp
- Power Source: AC
- Height: 4 in./10.1 cm
- Width: 5.12 in./13 cm
- Weight: 14.82 oz./420 g
- Length: 5 in./12.6 cm
- Mfr. Part Number: 729976048
- UPC or EAN No.: 046677797973
- Note: Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple Brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple's Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.
- Warranty: Two years
Meet the Hue app. The amazing way to control every Philips Hue product in your home. All from the palm of your hand or from your wrist with the Apple Watch.
With Hue, you’ll see light in a whole new way. It lets you set the ideal lighting for every occasion. It’s clever, intuitive and connected. It‘s a whole new experience.
We call it PERSONAL WIRELESS LIGHTING.
Hue lets you express who you are, through the way you light your home.
Hue can be wherever you want and you can access it whenever you want. Any room. Any space. All wirelessly, through your smart device or Apple Watch.
At its heart, Hue is a lighting solution for the home. It’s functional and practical. But it can also be emotive and inspiring. It’ll change the way you think about home lighting. Forever.
Philips Hue starter pack (bulbs + Bridge or Bloom + Bridge or Iris + Bridge or LightStrips + Bridge). Single Hue lighting products and Hue accessories can then be added, up to a maximum of 50 products per bridge.
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Ratings & Reviews
Bloom is no hue bulb
If you are buying the Bloom as another Hue bulb, you are in for a surprise. It looks like the Hue bulbs have special LED's so that If you are buying the Bloom as another Hue bulb, you are in for a surprise. It looks like the Hue bulbs have special LED's so that they can make all the white colors of normal bulbs in addition to colors. But as any Hue owner knows, hue bulbs can't make green thru blue on the spectrum because of it. Now the Bloom on the other hand can make rich greens, blues, turquoise, but can't make "white" light like the Hue bulbs can. That is why it can't be used in light recipes (whites) but can in photo recipes (colors). So, if you want more of the same, buy more bulbs and add them to a lamp, if you want to get some intense color you miss from the hue system, then get a few Blooms also. …
- Written by Casey L from Los Angeles
172 of 176 people found this useful
Details, Details, Details
I'm a fan of HUE bulbs— we have 18 of them installed, so far (19 if you include the Friends of Hue Bloom Lamp), with plans for man I'm a fan of HUE bulbs— we have 18 of them installed, so far (19 if you include the Friends of Hue Bloom Lamp), with plans for many more (including outdoor lighting, if they ever get around to it)— so I had high hopes for the Bloom Lamp.
Unfortunately, though, this particular "friend of HUE" could use some refinement.
Take for example the fact that the Bloom does not work with Philips "off the shelf" recipes. Like the "relax" setting or "energize" or "reading" recipes that came pre-loaded with the Hue app? Too bad; they don't recognize the Bloom as being a part of your network.
No, the Bloom only works with photo recipes. Why was even overlooked? A mystery.
Next, take the device itself, which is hard wired to the 110v plug making it impossible to thread the power cord through conduits if you'd like to "hide" the power supply. You've got the large lamp on one end, a rather bulky power adapter at the other, and the power cord running between them. The only way to thread the cable through cable channel holes would be to cut the cord and then rewire it (and you won't be doing that, believe me).
Does the Bloom Lamp light up? Yes. Change colors? You bet. It even looks sleek (or at least sleek-ish).
But there are a few niggling concerns about the product that are just off-putting enough to make it more of a novelty— and a very limited one at that— rather than a part of my overall plan for the total HUE-ification of my home. …
- Written by Mack S from Richardson
170 of 186 people found this useful
More is better?
Big fan of the PhilipsHue and the Bloom is great that it offers multiple color lighting at the same time (have both red and green Big fan of the PhilipsHue and the Bloom is great that it offers multiple color lighting at the same time (have both red and green mixed at different part of the bulb). However, would much prefer the Bloom to be bigger and agree with the other posting that it should be recognized by the pre-set lighting features in the Hue's app.
Lastly, adding timing feature in the Hue's app would be great to control when bulbs to on and off …
- Written by Ting Fung S from San Francisco
69 of 78 people found this useful
Understanding why Bloom/Iris Have Different Colors than Bulbs
For all those complaining about why the Friends of Hue (FOH), such as Bloom/Iris/Light Strips, are not included in light recipes o For all those complaining about why the Friends of Hue (FOH), such as Bloom/Iris/Light Strips, are not included in light recipes or that they have different colors than the regular BR30/A19 bulbs that came with the starter kit, you have to understand how they are designed. The regular bulbs have a white LED that is always on and this LED is required for creating white light. It is the LED used in light recipes (energize, reading, etc.). That's why bulbs cannot produce deep rich greens, blues, etc. The FOH collection does not include the white LED. Thus, while it cannot be used in light recipes (which, you will notice, are designed for white light), it can produce deep greens, blues, etc. It is not a design defect - simply a design choice. As FOH are not meant to be functional lighting and are instead meant for accent lighting, they do not have the white LED thus allowing them to produce deep colors. As the bulbs are meant for functional lighting (meaning the light you turn on when you need to see something), they have the white LED always on. Hope this helps explain things a bit more. …
- Written by David B from Coral Springs
Great product. This is more for an accent or fun piece to everyday person or hate to say for creative people that would use these Great product. This is more for an accent or fun piece to everyday person or hate to say for creative people that would use these outside or their normal use. I get a lot of question about "Do I really use this lamp," "Does it really make a difference in my home?" The answer is yes! I have all of the Hue products and the lamps are mostly in my bedroom and hallways. They light up the entire bedroom and hallway with their bright lumens. 2 things these are Great for.... Obviously Geofencing, but for sleeping and waking up. My Hue's simulate SunSets when going to bed & a SunRise when waking up. Got these puppies synced to IFTTT, great with Weather Updates & my Jawbone Up24 that notifies my lights to turn on & off when I wake-up or go to bed. Join the Hue! …
- Written by Whitney P from Havre De Grace
2 of 2 people found this useful
VERY entertaining and the best is yet to come
The Hue lights are amazing. At the end of the day, how can lights be amazing? Well, they can. I love how they turn on when I pul The Hue lights are amazing. At the end of the day, how can lights be amazing? Well, they can. I love how they turn on when I pull up into my driveway. I enjoy being able to fully control the lights from my iPhone. The Bloom lamp wont do everything the lights can, but almost. The Halloween app from the ITunes store plays really creepy music that syncs with all my lights.....this is so scary I plan on buying less candy this year - which will offset the cost of the lights - which aren't cheap. I have about $400 in starter set, lamp, and light strips. The lamp is very minimalistic, not unattractive but not a beauty.
Everyone who has seen my lights has either bought them or want them......
Setup was easy.
As more app come out (I will get the XMAS app next month) I think this will really take off. Huge potential.
I wish they made outdoor lights. …
- Written by Rob S from PAPILLION
1 of 1 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
Can you connect more than one device with the app? Lastly can these be individually battery operated. Thanks
- Asked by Russell M
- Nov 25, 2014
Yes. Multi devices, phones, tablets, and apps. Just remember to syncs or allow sharing if not you wi Yes. Multi devices, phones, tablets, and apps. Just remember to syncs or allow sharing if not you will have to create your alarms and scenes will each devices..The last question... Not sure what you mean? The devices are battery operated or are you asking if Hue is battery operated in any sort? If the devices or electronic is battery op than that is not an issue. As long as you have a control devices and wifi your good to go. Join the Hue! …
- Answered by Whitney P from Havre De Grace
- Dec 28, 2014
Can this work with 220 volts?
- Asked by Claudio C from Miami
- Aug 24, 2013
Unfortunately It will not work since this is a 120 volts. I wouldn't advise you try Hey Claudio,
Unfortunately It will not work since this is a 120 volts. I wouldn't advise you try using it with a transformer since that will just shorten the life of the Hue lights.. As for me these are GREAT and I'd like to have all of the starter kits. However I am like you living in a 220 volts country.
- Answered by Cameron H from Oviedo
- Nov 17, 2014
Can this work with 220 volts?
- Asked by Flavio Scott P from Huancayo
- Nov 2, 2014
Yes. Buy the Bloom from your local Apple Store though, if you're buying from a country which uses 11 Yes. Buy the Bloom from your local Apple Store though, if you're buying from a country which uses 110v then you may not get a multi voltage unit. Buy from a 220-240v contract nutty and it will be fine. …
- Answered by Matthew T
- Nov 17, 2014
If grouped with Hue A19 bulbs (using the Hue or other apps), do they all produce the exact same color light?
- Asked by Jeremy A from Goodrich
- Dec 19, 2014
can the color change at preset intervals?
- Asked by Bernard H from Key Biscayne
- Feb 1, 2014
Yes, there are various third party apps that allow you to rotate colours, use set colour profiles/ef Yes, there are various third party apps that allow you to rotate colours, use set colour profiles/effects, et cetera... Two of my favourites:
Scintillator – This app lets you change the colours at a preset interval or even to special effects, i.e. like flickering candles, fading, et cetera...
Goldee – This is more of a dynamic lighting app, not customizable but it gently shifts the colours based on one of the preset theme, like how natural light from the sun shifts because of clouds, shadows, et cetera. …
- Answered by Jesse A from East Boston
- Mar 4, 2014
Does the Hue Bloom display better Blue/cyan/green than the Hue bulbs?
- Asked by Casey L from Los Angeles
- Oct 17, 2013
I have the Philips/Disney Friends of Hue StoryLight, which is a dressed up version of the Bloom, and I have the Philips/Disney Friends of Hue StoryLight, which is a dressed up version of the Bloom, and yes, it displays blue/cyan/green brilliantly, much better than the starter set bulbs I have in the rest of the house. …
- Answered by Louie M from San Francisco
- Dec 6, 2013