Sengled vs. Philips Hue

Sengled vs Philips Hue

So, what are the differences between the Sengled vs. Philips Hue? 

The big differences are Philip Hue’s integration with your entertainment system, as well as its more expansive smart home compatibility.

While Sengled Smart Bulb are a more affordable option and can be a good choice if you prefer something simpler without all the bells and whistles of the more advanced Philips Hue.

The Short Version

Sengled = 800 Lm & 9 Watts, 2000K-6500K color temperature, range of 16 million colors, dimming from 1% – 100%, geofencing via IFTTT, scheduling, away home control, WiFi, technology, no music syncing available, no hue/bridge required, 2.4Ghz 802.11b/g/n WiFi router, iOS/Android app, works w/ Alexa, Google & IFTTT, 22.8 years (based on 3hrs/day) LED lifespan, E26 bulb base, beam angle of 240 degrees, no suitable for outdoor use, 3 years warranty from the manufacturer.

Philips Hue = 806 Lm & 10 Watts, 2000K-6500K color temperature, range of 16 million colors, dimming, geofencing, scheduling, away from home control, music & movies/games syncing, Zigbee technology, requires a hub/bridge, Ethernet Port for Hue Bridge router requirement, iOS/Android app, works w/ Alexa, Google, IFTTT & Cortana, LED lifespan of 22.8 years (based on 3hrs/day), E26, E12, BR30, GU10, PAR16 bulb types, 160 degrees (A19) beam angle, no suitable for outdoor use, 3-year warranty.

Which one are you getting?

Last update on 2024-02-22 at 19:55 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API

Sengled vs. Philips Hue — Easy Comparison Chart

Sengled Philips Hue
Product Dimensions2.3 x 2.3 x 4.2 in2.4 x 4.3 in
Wi-Fi Router Requirement2.4Ghz 802.11b/g/nEthernet Port for Hue Bridge
Lumens800 Lm. (60W equivalent)806 Lm.
Colour Range16 million colors16 million colors
Color Temperature2000K-6500K2000K-6500K
Warranty3 years from the manufacturer3 years
Beam Angle240 degrees160 degrees (A19)
Dimming1% – 100%Yes
Geofencingvia IFTTTYes
Away from Home Control YesYes
Movie/Games SyncingN/AYes
Music SyncingN/AYes
Requires a Hub/BridgeN/AYes
AppiOS/Android iOS/Android
Full Brightness9 Watts10 Watts
Bulb BaseE26E26, E12, BR30, GU10, PAR16
LED Life-Span22.8 years (based on 3hrs/day)22.8 years (based on 3hrs/day)
Weight0.35 lbsN/A

Sengled vs. Philips Hue — What’s Different?

Philips Hue

Energy Stats – Sengled offers a feature called energy stats, which allows you to check on your overall energy consumption from a smart bulb, therefore providing you with the opportunity to cut down on future costs.

While Philips Hue lacks this function.

Technology & Connectivity – Both models use completely different technology in order to operate.

The Sengled WiFi uses WiFi technology in order to connect with your router meaning no additional bridges or hubs are required.

While Philips Hue requires a Philips Hue Bridge in order to connect to Zigbee technology, increasing the overall price of the product.

Entertainment – Philips Hue has a strong edge when it comes to its entertainment features.

As you can seamlessly sync up the smart bulb with your music, moves or even games for a truly immersive experience, which Sengled lacks.

Apple HomeKit – For iPhone users, you’ll be glad to know that Philips Hue lighting is compatible with Apple HomeKit, whereas the Sengled WiFi light bulbs, unfortunately, don’t support this function yet.

Geofencing – Philips Hue also supports the geofencing feature which turns on and off your lights based on your smartphone’s GPS location.

While Segnled does also support this function, it does so via the IFTTT software, meaning that it’s already built into the Philips Hue app and can be accessed quicker.

Microsoft Cortana – While both smart bulbs support Google Assistant & Alexa, Philip Hue takes it a step further by also allowing integration with the Microsoft Cortana app as well.

Beam Angle – There is a big difference when it comes to the beam angle of both models.

Sengled offers an impressive 240 degrees vs. Philips Hue’s 160 degrees.

This makes it easier for Sengled to fill up even more space with subdued light, while Philips Hue can offer a brighter and more concentrated brightness in smaller spaces.

Bulb Base – Philips Hue comes with far more bulb base options such as E26, E12, BR30, GU10, & PAR16, while Sengled is only compatible with the basic E26 setup.

Last update on 2024-02-22 at 19:55 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API