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Philips Hue Lightstrip Plus 2m LED Light Strips Kit £34.99 @Argos

£34.99 @ Argos
This is the lowest price I've ever seen the light strips! The extensions also have a third off. Use code HOME25 - thanks to grobxl
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This is the lowest price I've ever seen the light strips! The extensions also have a third off.

Use code HOME25 - thanks to grobxl
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3 Likes #1
Use the code HOME25 to get these for £34.99 from Argos!
2 Likes #2
grobxl
Use the code HOME25 to get these for £34.99 from Argos!

Outstanding catch. Well done!
1 Like #3
grobxl
Use the code HOME25 to get these for £34.99 from Argos!
Great! I've updated the title.
#4
46.66 on that link...still damn cheap tho

Edited By: ToonTonic on Nov 25, 2016 02:26: price
#5
Brilliant price, nice find OP and grobxl! I was restricted to 3 annoyingly though :p
banned#6
Good deal. Thanks OP
#7
wow heat added!
#8
nice one op! got two for my kitchen.
#9
ToonTonic
46.66 on that link...still damn cheap tho


​use code home25
1 Like #10
thanks ordered a couple and will return the Amazon I bought last week for £52.00. worth noting that the 1m extension is only £13.33 aswell
#11
How do these stay in place are they peel and stick
#12
Cheapest these have ever been, ordered 2 even though I didn't need any I'll find somewhere to fit them at this price
#13
partygirlz1972
How do these stay in place are they peel and stick
Yes they are
#14
Thanks - got a 2m kit and a 1m extension with £15 off. My first adventure into Philips Hue - I'd been looking at bias lighting for the TV so this will do nicely.

Will keep an eye out for a bridge now - think this will get expensive over time.
#15
Thanks! First hue purchase also. Hopefully pick up a cheap bridge from others buying spares with bundles!
1 Like #16
Jordibhoy
Thanks! First hue purchase also. Hopefully pick up a cheap bridge from others buying spares with bundles!


I will have a bridge for sale on Monday once I pick up my White Ambiance Starter Kit from Argos.
#17
All sold out
#18
Not worth it when you can buy a 5 meter strip on Amazon that is better !
#19
Great Price - bought one for just over 50 quid recently
#20
OOS
#21
Im not going to say the cheap LED strips on ebay are the same thing but dont they achieve the same result for £6ish ? "/
#22
willyzippy89
Im not going to say the cheap LED strips on ebay are the same thing but dont they achieve the same result for £6ish ? "/
Yep
#23
So much cheaper on Amazon for LED strips. They're only about 12 quid for roughly
the same thing
#24
willyzippy89
Im not going to say the cheap LED strips on ebay are the same thing but dont they achieve the same result for £6ish ? "/

For one thing, the color of hue strips look much better.. and people who are buy into hue ecosystem are most likely wanting to have some kind of smart home integration with IFTTT, Amazon Echo, motion sensor and various apps.
#25
willyzippy89
Im not going to say the cheap LED strips on ebay are the same thing but dont they achieve the same result for £6ish ? "/

No. They're crap. It's like saying a Mini Metro does the same thing as a Rolls Royce. Yeah, it moves. Those ebay light strips light. That's where the smilarities end.
#26
fatabelly
So much cheaper on Amazon for LED strips. They're only about 12 quid for roughly
the same thing

as said before the quality of these hue strips are much much better and people who are buy into hue ecosystem are most likely wanting to have some kind of smart home integration with IFTTT, Amazon Echo, motion sensor and various apps.


Edited By: magicpork on Nov 25, 2016 10:57
#27
reserved one with without using the code :( can i still get them to add the code at the till?
#28
chairmanmeow0
reserved one with without using the code :( can i still get them to add the code at the till?
I tried this as I'd reserved it to collect before knowing about the discount code. Went to collect and they tried to add the discount code but it wouldn't work. Very annoying. In the meantime I ordered another one from Amazon which is slightly cheaper (but obviously more than the Argos one with the discount code).
#29
Excellent, a lightstrip and 2 x extensions for £55.

Thanks OP.
#30
Cezza
chairmanmeow0
reserved one with without using the code :( can i still get them to add the code at the till?
I tried this as I'd reserved it to collect before knowing about the discount code. Went to collect and they tried to add the discount code but it wouldn't work. Very annoying. In the meantime I ordered another one from Amazon which is slightly cheaper (but obviously more than the Argos one with the discount code).

The lady at the till had to cancel my reservation and i quickly re-reserved it and applied the code via the app, got for £35. Happy days
#31
Worth looking every so often. I tried this morning and nothing. Just checked again and found one popped up close to where I am this afternoon. Presume someone reserved it yesterday and didn't turn up...
1 Like #32
notavalidaddress
Thanks - got a 2m kit and a 1m extension with £15 off. My first adventure into Philips Hue - I'd been looking at bias lighting for the TV so this will do nicely.
Will keep an eye out for a bridge now - think this will get expensive over time.

Look at the Almond 2015 router, that has Zigbee and can control almost any home automation device.
#33
spruceyb
notavalidaddress
Thanks - got a 2m kit and a 1m extension with £15 off. My first adventure into Philips Hue - I'd been looking at bias lighting for the TV so this will do nicely.
Will keep an eye out for a bridge now - think this will get expensive over time.
Look at the Almond 2015 router, that has Zigbee and can control almost any home automation device.

Thanks - I have no idea what this product is but a quick google shows it is worth spending some time looking into further.
#34
Still available in Pontypridd Argos

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