Click for Philips Hue Wireless Smart Switch

Control your smart lights with an even smarter switch

CLICK FOR PHILIPS HUE

Sale price$107.98 Regular price$119.98

Control your Philips Hue Bulbs the traditional way. Stop using duct tape or signs to prevent others from causing you to lose control of your lights! This Wireless Smart Switch connects easily through the Hue app, and is self-powered with kinetic energy so you never have to change out the batteries, ever! Replace your original switch or mount the wireless switch to any hard surface. Works with Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa, Google Nest, and Apple Homekit. 

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CLICK FOR PHILIPS HUE — Color: Black
CLICK FOR PHILIPS HUE pack size: 2-pack

PLAYS WELL WITH OTHERS

Compatible with standard junction boxes and faceplates, including multi-gang plates. Works with most smart home hubs

INFINITE BATTERY

A micro-generator inside the switch uses kinetic energy with each press of the switch. That means no batteries needed, ever!

EASY PEASY

Configure easily using the Hue App. Replace the original switch or mount anywhere and enjoy never having to worry about it again!

WIRELESS

No wires allowed! Switch remotely sends RF signal to receiver at 100ft range. No wifi needed to work either so you'll never lose control!

HAVE YOUR SMART LIGHTS AND YOUR SWITCH TOO

Never lose control of your smart lights again!

Wireless Smart Light Switch

Powered by kinetic energy, sending a signal with each press of the switch.

Philips Hue Light Bulb

Philips Hue App

Configure the switch to allow on/off, dim, and/or scene control of Hue Lights.

Philips Hue Bridge

Giving you control of your lights from your smart switch and smart device.

Custom Options Using Apple’s HomeKit

Using the Philips Hue Bridge, the Click for Hue can be used with any HomeKit compatible scene or device, including speakers like Sonos or HomePod, outdoor plugs or sprinklers. Activate your favorite scene at the simple push of a button.

Click for Philips Hue Wireless Smart Switch

Questions & Answers

Additional Information

EVERYTHING IS INCLUDED
To add a traditional light switch to your Hue system, reach for Click.
Click for Philips Hue includes a self-powered, battery-free wireless switch, both a single and double-rocker insert,
and a wire nut in case you wish to bypass an existing switch.
Just place the switch where you’d like it, connect to the Bridge, and you’re all set!

Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Based on 163 reviews
66%
(107)
13%
(22)
10%
(17)
4%
(7)
6%
(10)
T
Tal Broner
works great !

the only reason I give it 4 starts and not 5
once in a while it won't work the first time you press it- so you need to press again or press harder .
but 90% of times it works flawlessly.

D
David Estrada
It's ok

The buttons make a loud clicking sound and for me it doesn't work with every press.i wish you would be able to cycle through scenes with multiple clicks. I also would like the screw holes on the face plate to be a little bit bigger so it would make it able to level the plate. My gang box is slightly crooked so that makes the face plate crooked..

D
Dee
Great product

Totally customizable product. I’m really happy that the HUE hub finds it right away. Just drag and drop the lights that you want to control and Bob’s your uncle.

G
Gabrielle Chanel
Works just as advertised!

After much research into different types of dimmer switches for Philips Hue bulbs, we decided to go with RunLessWire mainly because it has the look of a normal rocker switch, the dimming function is integrated into the same switch (not a separate tiny slider) and it doesn't require batteries. We ordered 5 of them, so far installed 1 and everything works exactly how we expected it! We were worried about the clicking sound, but realized that all of our normal rocker switches make a sound when you use them and the click is a satisfying reminder that we can use it for as long as we want without having to worry about changing batteries. We love the option of having the single or double rocker (we opted for the single one) and how easily it connects to the Philips Hue app. Installation was a breeze and we can't wait to install the other 4 after we remodel our great room. Highly recommend!

X
Xavier
It�s a great option

This is one of the best, but not perfect, �smart� switches. Aesthetically, it blends in with the rest of decora style switches found in many U.S. homes, especially when used in its single rocker configuration. In use though, the switches feel very different. The click is loud, and the actuation takes a bit of effort and precision. The effort or force it requires isn�t too bad, except for tiny hands and the less dexterous members of the house.The bigger problem is the precision it requires. When in dual rocker configuration the side by side rockers cannot be actuated at the same time. If you do that in an effort to save time, the actuations get ignored. Ok, no biggie, just take a moment and do them one at a time. Right? Yes EXCEPT, when doing them one at a time if you just happen to slightly bump (or even brush up on) the next rocker the actuation again gets IGNORED. It�s frustrating because we�re getting a lot of missed actuations if we mindlessly try to use the switch. Hopefully this is something RunLessWire can improve via software updates. If it is improved I�m outfitting the whole house with them.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 163 reviews
66%
(107)
13%
(22)
10%
(17)
4%
(7)
6%
(10)
T
Tal Broner
works great !

the only reason I give it 4 starts and not 5
once in a while it won't work the first time you press it- so you need to press again or press harder .
but 90% of times it works flawlessly.

D
David Estrada
It's ok

The buttons make a loud clicking sound and for me it doesn't work with every press.i wish you would be able to cycle through scenes with multiple clicks. I also would like the screw holes on the face plate to be a little bit bigger so it would make it able to level the plate. My gang box is slightly crooked so that makes the face plate crooked..

D
Dee
Great product

Totally customizable product. I’m really happy that the HUE hub finds it right away. Just drag and drop the lights that you want to control and Bob’s your uncle.

G
Gabrielle Chanel
Works just as advertised!

After much research into different types of dimmer switches for Philips Hue bulbs, we decided to go with RunLessWire mainly because it has the look of a normal rocker switch, the dimming function is integrated into the same switch (not a separate tiny slider) and it doesn't require batteries. We ordered 5 of them, so far installed 1 and everything works exactly how we expected it! We were worried about the clicking sound, but realized that all of our normal rocker switches make a sound when you use them and the click is a satisfying reminder that we can use it for as long as we want without having to worry about changing batteries. We love the option of having the single or double rocker (we opted for the single one) and how easily it connects to the Philips Hue app. Installation was a breeze and we can't wait to install the other 4 after we remodel our great room. Highly recommend!

X
Xavier
It�s a great option

This is one of the best, but not perfect, �smart� switches. Aesthetically, it blends in with the rest of decora style switches found in many U.S. homes, especially when used in its single rocker configuration. In use though, the switches feel very different. The click is loud, and the actuation takes a bit of effort and precision. The effort or force it requires isn�t too bad, except for tiny hands and the less dexterous members of the house.The bigger problem is the precision it requires. When in dual rocker configuration the side by side rockers cannot be actuated at the same time. If you do that in an effort to save time, the actuations get ignored. Ok, no biggie, just take a moment and do them one at a time. Right? Yes EXCEPT, when doing them one at a time if you just happen to slightly bump (or even brush up on) the next rocker the actuation again gets IGNORED. It�s frustrating because we�re getting a lot of missed actuations if we mindlessly try to use the switch. Hopefully this is something RunLessWire can improve via software updates. If it is improved I�m outfitting the whole house with them.