Philips Friends of hue Personal Wireless Lighting Lightstrips Starter Kit (2 x LED Lightstrip Mood Lights, 1 Bridge) £71.33 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Philips Friends of hue Personal Wireless Lighting Lightstrips Starter Kit (2 x LED Lightstrip Mood Lights, 1 Bridge) £71.33 @ Amazon

£71.33 @ Amazon
Control LightStrips from your iOS and Android smart devices Control up to 50 connected luminaires/bulbs on a single bridge. One bridge per household is sufficient. Create lighting scenes based on yo… Read More
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Control LightStrips from your iOS and Android smart devices
Control up to 50 connected luminaires/bulbs on a single bridge. One bridge per household is sufficient.
Create lighting scenes based on your favorite photos using your smart phone or tablet
Enjoy dynamic light effects synced to your moment and control your lights when you're away from home
Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging.
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2 Likes #1
Amazes me the folk that vote these lights cold, clearly they haven't a clue what they do.

Hot from me, will go with the Bloom lights I ordered a couple of days ago.
#2
Can these bridges work with the gen2? I've got an iris and would go for this is the bridge is compatible.
#3
Burgainhunter
Can these bridges work with the gen2? I've got an iris and would go for this is the bridge is compatible.

I would like to know that too ..A quick google gets me this :
philips Q and A
#4
brookysm
Amazes me the folk that vote these lights cold, clearly they haven't a clue what they do.


a bit narrow minded. maybe they're voting cold because it's way overpriced for what it is?
#5
Definitely cold. You can buy a 5m strip for under a tenner with remote adaptors from China.
Friends of Hue will be laughing all the way to bank with this
#6
How long are the strips?
1 Like #7
Sharpharp
Definitely cold. You can buy a 5m strip for under a tenner with remote adaptors from China.
Friends of Hue will be laughing all the way to bank with this
Good luck getting them to work via WiFi......
#8
kpmatthews
brookysm
Amazes me the folk that vote these lights cold, clearly they haven't a clue what they do.


a bit narrow minded. maybe they're voting cold because it's way overpriced for what it is?
Narrow minded? This is a site for deals not depth of pockets and over £100 off is a good deal for those of us that can afford to spend £70+ on some lights! Yes you can by cheaper rubbish from China and if you look into it you can even use the WiFi controller that these strips use with on them but these lights are great and for just £70 odd for a pair an absolute bargain!
#9
jazzy1
How long are the strips?
2m each in the description but really nearer 1.8m
#10
Thanks op. Will go well with my other set purchased a couple of days ago.
#11
When does the deal end. I can't see it mentioned on that Amazon page
#12
These are Great. They reproduce blues and greens much better than the standard Hue bulbs. I have two of these, and 9 other various livingcolors lights. The bridge will work with all livingcolors lamps except generation 1. They are much better if you have a livingcolors remote to use rather than getting your phone out all the time. Mine come on as I pull up on the drive using the geofencing function.... So cool. At this price I'm sure I'll find somewhere to put a couple more....Thanks
1 Like #13
I am not a technology fan, other half really is. He set up the Philips hue bulbs and lamps around the house (after me complaining a lot about how much they cost) but... They are great!! You can do so much with them colour wise, you can get an app called IFTTT which you can set your lights to do all sorts of clever things. Hate to admit it but I love them!
#14
Just boguht these to go with the Bloom lights I got for Christmas, it is cheaper to buy this starter set than 1 light individually so seems a no brainer to me.

Although they are very expensive for what they are, being a technology fan they are well worth it!
#15
another bargain, I am tempted but so many hubs going to be for sale on eBay they surely aren't going to be selling for much!
#16
Awesome deal thanks
#17
Smoking hot deal!
#18
longer strip lights are very cheap
brookysm
Sharpharp
Definitely cold. You can buy a 5m strip for under a tenner with remote adaptors from China.
Friends of Hue will be laughing all the way to bank with this
Good luck getting them to work via WiFi......
you can pick up a strip light Wifi Controller for about £20
1 Like #19
So £20 for a 3rd party wifi controller, plus £30 for the auraglow LED strip, comes to £50 plus the hassle of getting them to work together. At least you've got the backing of Philips with these and all the apps that and extra functionality that have already been developed to work with the Hue bridge and system.

I don't think £70 is cheap for these, but it is a good deal.

I got the Aura glow ones for 30 quid for christmas for around my bed and they're fantastic for the price. However the added flexibility of the Philips means I may have to swap them out.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Auraglow-5050-Strip-Light-Complete/dp/B009E9TPCW/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1419857452&sr=8-3&keywords=auraglow+led

If not I'll find a use for the Philips one elsewhere.

Hot deal OP! Thanks :)
#20
Very tempted... Don't know how this is cold!
#21
Bought a set myself. Quite expensive stuff, but this seems a bit more reasonable for giving it a go.
#22
This is an amazing deal...

people should not vote cold unless they know what there voting cold on....
#23
what a joke, tried ordering on my iphone, it crashed.. so switched to macbook, deal no longer available
#24
Great deal.....can't believe i missed it....
#25
Hi
Could anyone please confirm if deal was with Amazon or 3rd party seller
#26
Amazon
#27
shani1978
Hi
Could anyone please confirm if deal was with Amazon or 3rd party seller

If you find a similar deal please let me know lol
I also just missed out and quite gutted haha
#28
I got the Bloom Starter Kit in the Lightning sale the other day. Can't believe I missed this, it would've been perfect complement to the Bloom.
#29
Amazon are selling them for £79.95 now with a 1-3 week wait.
#30
reviewz
Amazon are selling them for £79.95 now with a 1-3 week wait.

where abouts? link?
#31
These are half price as to what they were before Christmas! Hot and underrated, they link to my Philips ambilight 4k tv and my lounge is a immersive experience
#32
Gutted I missed this deal - I was only looking at these the other day too. Beware that the ones at £79.95 just contain 1 lightstrip and not the bridge.
#33
brookysm
kpmatthews
brookysm
Amazes me the folk that vote these lights cold, clearly they haven't a clue what they do.

a bit narrow minded. maybe they're voting cold because it's way overpriced for what it is?
Narrow minded? This is a site for deals not depth of pockets and over £100 off is a good deal for those of us that can afford to spend £70+ on some lights! Yes you can by cheaper rubbish from China and if you look into it you can even use the WiFi controller that these strips use with on them but these lights are great and for just £70 odd for a pair an absolute bargain!

I asked for a hue kit /lifx bulbs off my brother for Christmas. He got me the cheap chinese ones which were to be expected because of the price. I've found the chinese wifi controller drops off the wifi randomly with a power off /on the only fix.

Not too much of an issue as the controller sits next to me but I want a more reliable product and one that includes geofencing. The app for these lights is also a bit rubbish. I have 2 bulbs but the are both controlled at the same time, not independantly. I'm going to leave these in my hallway and have been delievered a hue bridge and 3 bulbs today.

I posted a deal for the hue gu10 lights for £20 cheaper than anywhere else and it got voted cold, probably due to people thinking an LED bulb costs around £5 and not knowing the full potential of what these do.

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