2 x New Hive Outdoor Cameras from Hive for £305.10 @ Hivehome
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2 x New Hive Outdoor Cameras from Hive for £305.10 @ Hivehome

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Found 19th Nov 2018
Pre-order for 10%off price and order 2 for additional £19 discount.
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The Ring Floodlight cam is still the one to beat imo. More expensive of course but the fllodlight feature is invaluable. And no daft wire hanging down for all to see. Neatly tucked away for a much more professional look. Can be bought for 180 quid if you shop around. Heat added as still a good deal, especially if you have already gone the Hive heating route.
Edited by: "bellboys" 19th Nov 2018
Do these work with google home
welcome to hukd newbie.have some heat
Much cheaper from trusted sellers on ebay
dré.35 m ago

Much cheaper from trusted sellers on ebay


I’ve looked on eBay I can’t locate the outdoor cameras.
I like Hive and have a lot of their kit but their internal camera has had issues so I will wait to see how good their new external one is. Also the cameras don't use the Hive app but a separate app which also has had issues. I think their product support could be better.
TiptreeJam56 m ago

I like Hive and have a lot of their kit but their internal camera has had …I like Hive and have a lot of their kit but their internal camera has had issues so I will wait to see how good their new external one is. Also the cameras don't use the Hive app but a separate app which also has had issues. I think their product support could be better.


Really like Active Heating but I don't think I'd go for any of their other kit. Bulbs seem generally more expensive and less versatile than Philips Hue and the cameras look good but don't seem like a finished product.
bellboys2 h, 14 m ago

The Ring Floodlight cam is still the one to beat imo. More expensive of …The Ring Floodlight cam is still the one to beat imo. More expensive of course but the fllodlight feature is invaluable. And no daft wire hanging down for all to see. Neatly tucked away for a much more professional look. Can be bought for 180 quid if you shop around. Heat added as still a good deal, especially if you have already gone the Hive heating route.




Actually, 307 quid for 2 from Wickes!

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Be interesting to know what the subscripton will be for storage of more than 24hrs
Edited by: "freestyle" 19th Nov 2018
Pokey2 h, 37 m ago

Really like Active Heating but I don't think I'd go for any of their other …Really like Active Heating but I don't think I'd go for any of their other kit. Bulbs seem generally more expensive and less versatile than Philips Hue and the cameras look good but don't seem like a finished product.


Good deal on bulbs at screwfix at the min. I've had Hive for a few weeks now including thermostat, bulbs, sensors and camera. All working flawlessly. Not sure why some folk have had issues unless they have poor WiFi. There have been some firmware updates recently so this may have helped
bellboys5 h, 19 m ago

The Ring Floodlight cam is still the one to beat imo. More expensive of …The Ring Floodlight cam is still the one to beat imo. More expensive of course but the fllodlight feature is invaluable. And no daft wire hanging down for all to see. Neatly tucked away for a much more professional look. Can be bought for 180 quid if you shop around. Heat added as still a good deal, especially if you have already gone the Hive heating route.


Possibly not the best way to judge, but there ugly looking devices. I’ve already got a security light which will trigger if someone is close enough.
amoulden41 m ago

Good deal on bulbs at screwfix at the min. I've had Hive for a few weeks …Good deal on bulbs at screwfix at the min. I've had Hive for a few weeks now including thermostat, bulbs, sensors and camera. All working flawlessly. Not sure why some folk have had issues unless they have poor WiFi. There have been some firmware updates recently so this may have helped


What are the sensors like and do you use them to switch on the lights?
B12onh8 m ago

What are the sensors like and do you use them to switch on the lights?


Yes, I have one on the front door that switches on two lamps if the door is opened after dusk (or any other time you request) works great
amoulden2 h, 36 m ago

Good deal on bulbs at screwfix at the min. I've had Hive for a few weeks …Good deal on bulbs at screwfix at the min. I've had Hive for a few weeks now including thermostat, bulbs, sensors and camera. All working flawlessly. Not sure why some folk have had issues unless they have poor WiFi. There have been some firmware updates recently so this may have helped


Yeah, the deal at Screwfix is a considerable drop in price. It actually makes them cheaper than buying the Hue equivalent in double packs, but only just, and that price won't last. Then they're just not as versatile as Hue and when you can use the Philips bulbs with Hive anyway, I know where I'm going for my smart lighting. Not to be negative about Hive at all, they're decent products and I'm glad I was a British Gas customer for the couple of months I was to get their heating kit at such a good price.
Pokey19th Nov

Really like Active Heating but I don't think I'd go for any of their other …Really like Active Heating but I don't think I'd go for any of their other kit. Bulbs seem generally more expensive and less versatile than Philips Hue and the cameras look good but don't seem like a finished product.


Hue works with hive hub.
amoulden19th Nov

Good deal on bulbs at screwfix at the min. I've had Hive for a few weeks …Good deal on bulbs at screwfix at the min. I've had Hive for a few weeks now including thermostat, bulbs, sensors and camera. All working flawlessly. Not sure why some folk have had issues unless they have poor WiFi. There have been some firmware updates recently so this may have helped


Agree. No issues at all
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