Amazon Echo and Philips Hue Bundles e.g  Amazon Echo (2nd generation), Charcoal Fabric + Philips Hue White and Colour Ambiance Lighting Starter Kit £169.99 @ Amazon
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Amazon Echo and Philips Hue Bundles e.g Amazon Echo (2nd generation), Charcoal Fabric + Philips Hue White and Colour Ambiance Lighting Starter Kit £169.99 @ Amazon

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A Philips Hue sale, what a bright idea!

I don’t think the link is working

Dead link

Do you think these will go on sale without the echo soon?

Link works fine for me

Still too expensive

Could someone list the deals as the link will not work for me. Thanks.

tjc200529 m ago

Do you think these will go on sale without the echo soon?


Yep, I reckon they'll be a fair few Hue deals on Black Friday (not Black Month!)

Better deal than buying an echo plus with only one bulb for £109.

The link doesn’t work for me but it comes up under daily deals on amazon site

The problem with this is that the starter kit purchased on its own comes with a dimmer. Can't even find the starter kit on its own anwyay without the dimmer.

This does not.

As I was going to order an Echo, I might order it - I can always cancel it in a couple of days as it is not due in for another week.

Anyone care to share what this deal actually is?

Not too bad a deal but I can't think of a reason to buy echo yet.

kwyjibo0221 m ago

Not too bad a deal but I can't think of a reason to buy echo yet.


Look at our history and we use it mainly for timers! It’s great setting a load of timers with the name of the ingredient when cooking though. Next up was controlling lights, playing Spotify and getting the weather.

kwyjibo021 h, 33 m ago

Not too bad a deal but I can't think of a reason to buy echo yet.


i assume you can listen to audible on it?

Which I guess you can't do with Google Home

So, feel like this should be hot - basically a £60 echo for free...hmm!

Why is this cold? Basically an Echo at it's BF price plus Philips Hue (it IS the set with dimmer switch) for £100.

Genuine question as I'm not sure it'll be cheaper on Friday...

fazered3 h, 30 m ago

Look at our history and we use it mainly for timers! It’s great setting a l …Look at our history and we use it mainly for timers! It’s great setting a load of timers with the name of the ingredient when cooking though. Next up was controlling lights, playing Spotify and getting the weather.


Does it link to Samsung sound bars?

I want some Hue bayonets/a few more e14 ' to add to the collection!

Some really good deals there, £74.99 for an echo dot, 2x plain white hue bulbs and a bridge is an excellent price if you want to get into the starting point of a low cost no frills smart home. Appreciate the dot is only £34.99 anyway but this is a great bundle price for those starting out.
amazon.co.uk/dp/…031

The £169.99 deal is actually a great deal because you get more than what is in the picture:

3 x 9.5W E27 Hue Colour Bulbs
1 x Hue Bridge 2.0
1 x Dimmer Switch
Amazon Echo

You're basically getting the Echo for free.

I've gone ahead and ordered it on 3-5 day delivery just in case there's a better deal tomorrow.
Edited by: "greencode" 23rd Nov

Link still not working?

The hue set is £89.99 on its own now. So if you just buy the echo it'll be £150 max anyway...

The dimmer in this deal isn't included in 89.99 deal? I'm not sure why this is cold. Then again I don't know much about this stuff but am keen on taking the plunge! Any help?[quote=jimmybolt]The hue set is £89.99 on its own now. So if you just buy the echo it'll be £150 max anyway...[/quote]
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