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Philips Hue Motion Sensor. £27.99 Amazon

£27.99 @ Amazon
Cheapest its been I believe. Triggers your hue lights when motion is detected; automatically turns on soft and gentle night light for you or your partner without having to click a switch on Progra… Read More
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2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago
Cheapest its been I believe.

Triggers your hue lights when motion is detected; automatically turns on soft and gentle night light for you or your partner without having to click a switch on
Program the sensor with the Philips hue app to control hue lights to any tone, any level as you need it without touching your smart devices
Place it anywhere - portable sensor to work from anywhere in your home; 2 x AAA alkaline batteries included (typically lasts 2-3 years)
Program your sensor to turn on lights to a soft tone during the night to reassure your kids walking at night
Works with a Philips hue bridge; connect up to 10 hue sensors to your hue bridge and program lights to suit your needs
Control your Philips hue lights with your voice on Amazon Echo, Amazon Echo Dot and Amazon Tap
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#1
HOT!

Cheapest it has ever been I think, apart from when John Lewis were giving them away free with other HUE purchases.
#2
Thanks for the post!! Was waiting for this to drop. Upstairs hallway sorted now. :)

(Tempted to get one for the downstairs hallway now!!)
4 Likes #3
Warning: I bought one of these and loved it so much I ended up buying several more.
#4
Tempted to get a couple for the halls, what's there angle of sight?
#5
jamhops
Tempted to get a couple for the halls, what's there angle of sight?

I'm not sure at the number, but the angle isn't the best. If I have it facing straight out, on top of a doorway, it struggles to detect movement below. I have to angle it down slightly. So it's not the end of the world. Come to think of it...perhaps if I increase the sensitivity.
1 Like #6
paul_merton
Warning: I bought one of these and loved it so much I ended up buying several more.


How many have you got in total and where have you put them?
#7
Istanbul_Kop
jamhops
Tempted to get a couple for the halls, what's there angle of sight?

I'm not sure at the number, but the angle isn't the best. If I have it facing straight out, on top of a doorway, it struggles to detect movement below. I have to angle it down slightly. So it's not the end of the world. Come to think of it...perhaps if I increase the sensitivity.


I have a normal 3 bed terrace and wondered if it were mounted on the ceiling it would sense movement for the stairs and all 4 rooms which I guess maybe not
1 Like #8
Opted for smartthings version instead. Good but mixed reviews for this.
#9
Love ours. In the hallway so when kids go to the loo in the middle of the night hallway and bathroom lights come on for 2 mins.
#10
Yes have one and like it , ..............but....

a known issue is that they cant be programmed to return to a previous state, so for instance I tried mine in my lounge/kitchen area in case I needed a drink in the night, works fine but if you have the lights set as normal for the room then you move the sensor detects you then just switches them all off 2 mins later, so you then have to switch them all on again......

So have mine in the bedroom to turn bedroom and hallway light on if I need to go to the bathroom, again works fine , but I have the hall light on all evening, so if I happen to walk into the bedroom the hall light then switches off a few mins later.


As said it needs a return to previous state option so if you get up in the night it then switches the lights off , but if its earlier in the evening the lights go back to where they were...

Hope that makes sense...........
#11
mfactor
Yes have one and like it , ..............but....
a known issue is that they cant be programmed to return to a previous state, so for instance I tried mine in my lounge/kitchen area in case I needed a drink in the night, works fine but if you have the lights set as normal for the room then you move the sensor detects you then just switches them all off 2 mins later, so you then have to switch them all on again......
So have mine in the bedroom to turn bedroom and hallway light on if I need to go to the bathroom, again works fine , but I have the hall light on all evening, so if I happen to walk into the bedroom the hall light then switches off a few mins later.
As said it needs a return to previous state option so if you get up in the night it then switches the lights off , but if its earlier in the evening the lights go back to where they were...
Hope that makes sense...........
This might be something a third party app fixes.
#12
mfactor
Yes have one and like it , ..............but....
a known issue is that they cant be programmed to return to a previous state, so for instance I tried mine in my lounge/kitchen area in case I needed a drink in the night, works fine but if you have the lights set as normal for the room then you move the sensor detects you then just switches them all off 2 mins later, so you then have to switch them all on again......
So have mine in the bedroom to turn bedroom and hallway light on if I need to go to the bathroom, again works fine , but I have the hall light on all evening, so if I happen to walk into the bedroom the hall light then switches off a few mins later.
As said it needs a return to previous state option so if you get up in the night it then switches the lights off , but if its earlier in the evening the lights go back to where they were...
Hope that makes sense...........
Is this not fixed now under the Hue Labs option in the app?
1 Like #13
I acutally enjoy pressing the light switch.
#14
supermann
I acutally enjoy pressing the light switch.


lucky you. not all of us are that lucky though
#15
tommyleinen
Opted for smartthings version instead. Good but mixed reviews for this.

Will it work properly with Hue?
#16
knack
mfactor
Yes have one and like it , ..............but....
a known issue is that they cant be programmed to return to a previous state, so for instance I tried mine in my lounge/kitchen area in case I needed a drink in the night, works fine but if you have the lights set as normal for the room then you move the sensor detects you then just switches them all off 2 mins later, so you then have to switch them all on again......
So have mine in the bedroom to turn bedroom and hallway light on if I need to go to the bathroom, again works fine , but I have the hall light on all evening, so if I happen to walk into the bedroom the hall light then switches off a few mins later.
As said it needs a return to previous state option so if you get up in the night it then switches the lights off , but if its earlier in the evening the lights go back to where they were...
Hope that makes sense...........
This might be something a third party app fixes.
Support for this is in the first party app.
1 Like #17
mattgrant
Love ours. In the hallway so when kids go to the loo in the middle of the night hallway and bathroom lights come on for 2 mins.
They have to be quick...
#18
Needing some help.

My mum is just home from hospital after a stroke. She is wheelchair bound and I'm wondering if this product would be of benefit to her.

She has a downstairs toilet, if I buy this do I just put it in the toilet and leave the light switch to always on?

Do I need a Philips bulb too?
1 Like #19
Istanbul_Kop
jamhops
Tempted to get a couple for the halls, what's there angle of sight?
I'm not sure at the number, but the angle isn't the best. If I have it facing straight out, on top of a doorway, it struggles to detect movement below. I have to angle it down slightly. So it's not the end of the world. Come to think of it...perhaps if I increase the sensitivity.
You generally have to walk across a PIR to activate it. Walking towards or away from one doesn't break enough beams to trigger it. If that makes sense.
1 Like #20
capa
Needing some help.

My mum is just home from hospital after a stroke. She is wheelchair bound and I'm wondering if this product would be of benefit to her.

She has a downstairs toilet, if I buy this do I just put it in the toilet and leave the light switch to always on?

Do I need a Philips bulb too?


Yes, you'll need a hue kit I believe? And the bridge and a hue bulb.
#21
mfactor
Yes have one and like it , ..............but....

a known issue is that they cant be programmed to return to a previous state, so for instance I tried mine in my lounge/kitchen area in case I needed a drink in the night, works fine but if you have the lights set as normal for the room then you move the sensor detects you then just switches them all off 2 mins later, so you then have to switch them all on again......

So have mine in the bedroom to turn bedroom and hallway light on if I need to go to the bathroom, again works fine , but I have the hall light on all evening, so if I happen to walk into the bedroom the hall light then switches off a few mins later.


As said it needs a return to previous state option so if you get up in the night it then switches the lights off , but if its earlier in the evening the lights go back to where they were...

Hope that makes sense...........


If you have iPhone then get iconnecthue - it addresses that
#22
Just placed my order.

Been watching these for last two months and they haven't gone below £35 so this is a decent price.
#23
It's back to original price
#24
How do hue bulbs work. Can I fit them on my three bulb light on the ceiling. How Would that work do I just keep the switch in the on position and use a sensor or app on my phone. Can they be used on lamps
#25
I also have 10 bulbs in the ceiling in my kitchen. What set would I need to fill these with Full colour hue lights.
1 Like #26
£30 for a motion detector?
#27
back to original price
#28
was £34.99 NOW £34.95 you save 4p.

scummy how an Amazon make out it's cheaper when it's actually gone up in price
#29
kreames
£30 for a motion detector?
Have to agree. I love my Hue bulbs but the sensor doesn't add much of a value.
It doesn't even support homekit.
#30
it was £27.99 yesterday, back to full price today, deal expired
#31
Ahhh checked this for the last week bar 2 days!!??? Silly HotUKDeals app not notifying me
#32
Godsenseuk
tommyleinen
Opted for smartthings version instead. Good but mixed reviews for this.

Will it work properly with Hue?


I think you would need the smartthings hub V2 and philips hue bridge. Ie. Both systems for it to work properly.

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