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Philips Living Colours LED Mood Light Mini £43.76 @ Amazon

£43.76 @ Amazon
Cheapest I can find elsewhere is 57. They also have the remote control version for £79 which is on a par with cheapest elsewhere online but from ebay or smaller shops. Not sure if this has been posted… Read More
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8y, 3m agoFound 8 years, 3 months ago
Cheapest I can find elsewhere is 57. They also have the remote control version for £79 which is on a par with cheapest elsewhere online but from ebay or smaller shops. Not sure if this has been posted.
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#1
Has anyone got one of these,are they any good?
#2
Great little gadget, Wish the big one would come down, Have some heat!
#3
Amazon had these 2 weeks ago for <£40 in silver
#4
Maybe so, but how does that make this cold, when they are still 15 less than the cheapest elsewhere and 30+ less than RRP?? I give up.
banned#5
My wife dosent need a light to be in a mood:oops:
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DJ KrazyLegs;4596724
Maybe so, but how does that make this cold, when they are still 15 less than the cheapest elsewhere and 30+ less than RRP?? I give up.


As you've only 4 post's you give up easy:thumbsup:
#7
These are the mini ones, the silver was £36 the other day, the white one was £40 the other day, Amazon prices are up n down all the time, if you do want one you have to get the larger £79 see through one mainly because it comes with a smart remote controll, they are nice lamps but are so much better with the remote, I have one of each by the way.
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deard69
These are the mini ones, the silver was £36 the other day, the white one was £40 the other day, Amazon prices are up n down all the time, if you do want one you have to get the larger £79 see through one mainly because it comes with a smart remote controll, they are nice lamps but are so much better with the remote, I have one of each by the way.


seems quite expensive? how come? what is good about them
#9
deard69
Amazon prices are up n down all the time.


Too true, I pre ordered powerdvd 9 from amazon for under £54 then minutes later up to £60. Harmony 1000 remote prices are as bad. I'm watching a bean to cup coffee machine vary from £650 to £1100 it's like a spectator sport ;-)

I think these lights might be OK, I think they're expensive as they're LED low energy and can do a whole colour spectrum of millions.

Note to poster: I don't post many deals now cos' of the whingers, this is a good deal as it's cheaper than anywhere and the silver one is right back up in price so don't let them get you down. The reason I'm watching the coffee machine now is the moaners complaining about it's expense in a xmas post at £650 their bitchin' made me feel bad for considering it. In reality they should have voted and commented on the fact that it retails at £1200 so £650 was a steal by comparison and I should've bought something I'd have worked into the ground and got my moneys worth out of :roll:
#10
I agree, very expensive, but if they were cheaper I would buy loads, if you click the link (below) and scroll down, you can read so much more than I could tell you about them.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Philips-LivingColors-Colour-Changing-Control/dp/B000VI7K4K/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=kitchen&qid=1236642281&sr=8-1


imranmaz
seems quite expensive? how come? what is good about them
#11
fragilegorilla
I think these lights might be OK, I think they're expensive as they're LED low energy and can do a whole colour spectrum of millions.


The large ones do, using a colour intensity and brightness control. The minis don't have this so are limited.

Still nice toys though. Will change the whole colour of a light neutral room if positioned right.
#12
DJ KrazyLegs
Maybe so, but how does that make this cold, when they are still 15 less than the cheapest elsewhere and 30+ less than RRP?? I give up.


I am simply stating the other week they were - cheaper the average price for these now seems to be dropping - perhaps Philips are bringing the rrp down, it was simply for info for people. Not distacting from the deal...

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