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Philips Hue White & Colour Ambiance E27 bulb - £30.00 - 6pm 19/12/16

£30.00 @ Amazon
I'm in a roll with Philips Hue deals. Another 40% off deal for the White and Colour Ambiance E27 bulb. Don't know if it includes the B22. £20 off RRP is a good deal for these. Link to the search f… Read More
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#1
Can only see it for £49.99?
2 Likes #2
HasnainMajeed
Can only see it for £49.99?
Starts at 6pm tomorrow nvm
5 Likes #3
HasnainMajeed
Can only see it for £49.99?
That's because you can only see things properly after you've bought these magic bulbs
1 Like #4
tateandsmile

I'm in a roll with Philips Hue deals.

And what sort of roll would that be? A cheese and tomato one?
#5
will this work with an Amazon echo?
#6
angusjenkins
will this work with an Amazon echo?


it will bit you will require the hue hub kit as well
#7
majortom
tateandsmile

I'm in a roll with Philips Hue deals.

And what sort of roll would that be? A cheese and tomato one?


If that's what takes your fancy... X)
#8
How do you see upcoming deals? I'd love a Bloom deal!

Edited By: philljp on Dec 18, 2016 21:38: Edit
#9
I was at an internet-of-things security seminar a while back, and heard about someone who, after a vulnerability had been identified and patched, had to spend four hours updating the firmware in his lightbulbs....

Not voting either way on this one.
#10
philljp
How do you see upcoming deals? I'd love a Bloom deal!


Use filters to narrow the search.
6 Likes #11
sylv
I was at an internet-of-things security seminar a while back, and heard about someone who, after a vulnerability had been identified and patched, had to spend four hours updating the firmware in his lightbulbs....
Not voting either way on this one.

What a ridiculous statement.
2 Likes #12
I have have the echo but im going to wait until the prices of these smart bulbs and other tech drops
#13
centaurandrew
sylv
I was at an internet-of-things security seminar a while back, and heard about someone who, after a vulnerability had been identified and patched, had to spend four hours updating the firmware in his lightbulbs....
Not voting either way on this one.
What a ridiculous statement.
It certainly raised a laugh. The speaker wasn't knocking net-enabled products, but he was making a serious point, viz., that very often security is the last thing appliance designers think about, and it's not always a strong asset in their skill set.
1 Like #14
sylv
centaurandrew
sylv
I was at an internet-of-things security seminar a while back, and heard about someone who, after a vulnerability had been identified and patched, had to spend four hours updating the firmware in his lightbulbs....
Not voting either way on this one.
What a ridiculous statement.
It certainly raised a laugh. The speaker wasn't knocking net-enabled products, but he was making a serious point, viz., that very often security is the last thing appliance designers think about, and it's not always a strong asset in their skill set.

I understand the nuances of the statement. Printers are another similar item that have been stated as not being thought of as being well secured but that wouldn't be a reason for not voting on a printer thread.

If you were that bothered you could quite easily segregate the lights away from your home network, meaning that the worst an attacker could do is turn your lights off, and as they utilise zigbee, they would have to be very close.
1 Like #15
That's a good point, centaurdrew, and well made. Voting hot now.
1 Like #16
centaurandrew
sylv
centaurandrew
sylv
I was at an internet-of-things security seminar a while back, and heard about someone who, after a vulnerability had been identified and patched, had to spend four hours updating the firmware in his lightbulbs....
Not voting either way on this one.
What a ridiculous statement.
It certainly raised a laugh. The speaker wasn't knocking net-enabled products, but he was making a serious point, viz., that very often security is the last thing appliance designers think about, and it's not always a strong asset in their skill set.

I understand the nuances of the statement. Printers are another similar item that have been stated as not being thought of as being well secured but that wouldn't be a reason for not voting on a printer thread.

If you were that bothered you could quite easily segregate the lights away from your home network, meaning that the worst an attacker could do is turn your lights off, and as they utilise zigbee, they would have to be very close.


Thats all I need, hackers turning my lights off! Pesky ****.
#17
Will this be the V3 bulb on offer i.e. richer colours or the V2 i.e 806 lumens one?
1 Like #18
What's the resolution on this, is it 4K else bad deal
#19
AdrianK_
Will this be the V3 bulb on offer i.e. richer colours or the V2 i.e 806 lumens one?

It's the latest richer colours one
#20
Still the same pprice
4 Likes #21
Sliwka
Still the same pprice


because it's still not 6pm!
#22
It's not a stunning deal but Amazon De have them for €39.95 Deal of the Day.
#23
angusjenkins
will this work with an Amazon echo?
Yes it does
#24
png666
It's not a stunning deal but Amazon De have them for €39.95 Deal of the Day.


so about £3.67 more expensive compared to this deal? would probably be useful for those who miss this deal.
2 Likes #25
Nicolas
What's the resolution on this, is it 4K else bad deal


Voting cold, only 8bit.
#26
And the deal is over, 54 seconds it lasted on my count! Or is it because you can buy only one item?

Edited By: AdrianK_ on Dec 19, 2016 18:02
#27
bought one ..thanks op
#28
40% claimed in less than 2 minutes
#29
AdrianK_
And the deal is over, 54 seconds it lasted on my count! Or is it because you can buy only one item?

can only buy one :)
#30
Ordered this and the strip light & the extension. Thanks OP :D
#31
Smart switches are the way to go as you want to still be able to use the wall switch too. With these if you turn it off at the wall switch you can't use your phone to turn them on
#32
bobmorley
Smart switches are the way to go as you want to still be able to use the wall switch too. With these if you turn it off at the wall switch you can't use your phone to turn them on
Or via an Echo dot. Set centrally in the house we can control all our lights very easily and without hunting for the phone.
1 Like #33
Hi, where's the best place to buy a colour bulb from now? Thanks

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