Philips Hue Personal Wireless Lighting 1 m Lightstrip Plus LED Extension Kit - £13.99 (Prime) £17.98 (Non Prime) @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Philips Hue Personal Wireless Lighting 1 m Lightstrip Plus LED Extension Kit - £13.99 (Prime) £17.98 (Non Prime) @ Amazon

£13.99 @ Amazon
You need the light strip but price is usually £19.99 for this extension. Philips Hue Lightstrip Plus Extension provides 1 m of flexible light. Shape it, attach it to any solid surface and extend i…
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2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago
You need the light strip but price is usually £19.99 for this extension.

Philips Hue Lightstrip Plus Extension provides 1 m of flexible light. Shape it, attach it to any solid surface and extend it up to 10 m by adding the 1 m extensions to the Lightstrips Plus 2 m kit (requires the 2 m kit for the 1 m extensions to work).

Requires a Philips Hue bridge(not included in this kit) to control with your smart device.
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2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago
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1 Like #1
Good price! Thx.. ordered 2
1 Like #2
same. heat.
#3
Great price - wish I needed it!
1 Like #4
bought, don't know why yet, heat added though :D
#5
Does anyone know the wiring to use a normal led strip I have had some minor success with getting1 colour working...
3 Likes #6
I bought a 5m coloured non brand led strip. I took the original philips 2m off the plug/wiring and soldered the 5m strip to the plug/wiring.
Works a treat with the hue app etc.

Edited By: reviewz on Dec 18, 2016 12:16: typo
#7
The above is Very useful to know. ty reviewz
#8
Is there a you tube video that shows how to do that?
#9
Great price - many thanks!
#10
alexus
Is there a you tube video that shows how to do that?


The non branded/cheaper LED strips are no where as good quality as these (tried and tested) so either get quality and something that will last, or get the cheap stuff, my advice- don't mix and match, you ll end up ruining both products unless you are an electrical LED wiring expert! (99.99% of us aren't)

Brought cheaper strips--- twice- twice failed and returned-- never again! Buy cheap buy twice!..and then again!
#11
You cannot use this without purchasing the 2m kit first (£64.99), and then you can't control it without the Philips Hue Bridge (£99.99 in a starter kit), is that correct?
#12
BigDanC
You cannot use this without purchasing the 2m kit first (£64.99), and then you can't control it without the Philips Hue Bridge (£99.99 in a starter kit), is that correct?


​correct(ish). you can buy a bridge on its own. but you're right in saying you need the original 2m kit for this to work.
#13
hr08
alexus
Is there a you tube video that shows how to do that?


The non branded/cheaper LED strips are no where as good quality as these (tried and tested) so either get quality and something that will last, or get the cheap stuff, my advice- don't mix and match, you ll end up ruining both products unless you are an electrical LED wiring expert! (99.99% of us aren't)

Brought cheaper strips--- twice- twice failed and returned-- never again! Buy cheap buy twice!..and then again!


​Never had any problems with mine. I only tried it as I messed up with the original LED strip that was on. Rather than throw away everything I gave that a go and 10 or so months on its been going great with all the rest of my HUE setup.

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