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Google Home Mini Phillips Hue Kit - £41.30 @ Tesco (Royston)
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Google Home Mini Phillips Hue Kit - £41.30 @ Tesco (Royston)

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Posted 9th NovAvailable: East of England (Hertfordshire)

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Phillips Hue white starter kit and Google Home Mini reduced to £41.30 in Tesco Extra Royston. Seems a very good price for the kit!

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LiamSmith7809/11/2019 13:16

It's this the kit or just the bulb and mini ?


Look at lower left corner of image it shows mini, hub and 2 bulbs.
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It's this the kit or just the bulb and mini ?
LiamSmith7809/11/2019 13:16

It's this the kit or just the bulb and mini ?


Look at lower left corner of image it shows mini, hub and 2 bulbs.
ecsrobin09/11/2019 13:20

Look at lower left corner of image it shows mini, hub and 2 bulbs.


Thank you
Just spotted this in Blackpool Tesco too, so likely Nationwide. B22 was in stock, screw-fit wasn't
These are not the ambience bulbs shown in the title image though, they are the cheaper version.
Edited by: "Biggles_" 9th Nov
New version is where it’s at now
just picked up two in Batley. includes hub, mini and two white bulbs
None in either store in Newtownabbey NI, said in the Tesco extra apparently they had them last week at that price . Great find and heat for it
Be careful going into the Hue eco system... i would recommend doing a bit of research on YouTube before buying this.
They are light bulbs aren't they? Their purpose is generally to light up the inside of your house so not a complicated appliance at all, as long as they provide light efficiently they ate doing a pretty good job.
e4kenndr09/11/2019 20:40

Be careful going into the Hue eco system... i would recommend doing a bit …Be careful going into the Hue eco system... i would recommend doing a bit of research on YouTube before buying this.


Had Hue system for past few years, works well, no issues and does everything I'd want and more.
It was useful being able to tell the lights to come on at 5% at 3am whilst holding my baby daughter, now I use it with various routines.
Not sure what you'd need to be careful about?
Smeeble0910/11/2019 00:03

Had Hue system for past few years, works well, no issues and does …Had Hue system for past few years, works well, no issues and does everything I'd want and more.It was useful being able to tell the lights to come on at 5% at 3am whilst holding my baby daughter, now I use it with various routines.Not sure what you'd need to be careful about?


I'm in no doubt they work, just think other systems work the same for cheaper, without locking u on buying a hub and some even better quality for less.. Take a look at...

Hue system is great. It's the only smart home kit i've used that i'd say is faultless to date, having bought in when the V2 hub was just released so ?5years or so. I'd guess half our lights are hue. Brilliant.
Never stopped working, never had issues.
My skybell however is often down, and the Drayton wiser kit is @#&k(/^ &£$~@
e4kenndr10/11/2019 06:45

I'm in no doubt they work, just think other systems work the same for …I'm in no doubt they work, just think other systems work the same for cheaper, without locking u on buying a hub and some even better quality for less.. Take a look at...[Video]


This kit comes with a Gen 2 bridge, so what's the problem?
Tom.Wilson10/11/2019 09:07

This kit comes with a Gen 2 bridge, so what's the problem?


What's stopping them making a 3rd bridge in a couple of years?

Why not try yeelight bulbs that are cheaper anyway and don't require a hub?
e4kenndr10/11/2019 09:08

What's stopping them making a 3rd bridge in a couple of years?Why not try …What's stopping them making a 3rd bridge in a couple of years?Why not try yeelight bulbs that are cheaper anyway and don't require a hub?


Nothing? Gen 1 was replaced FOUR years ago. Philips Hue have given customers plenty of warning about the impending deprecation of the Gen 1 hub - a whole year infact!

New Philips Hue bulbs don't require a hub, but if you want to take advantage of the features, you buy one anyway (either at a ridiculously knocked down price on eBay, or as part of a kit like this).

This is entirely a non issue.
Cracking price!!
Unbelievable deal!
Smeeble0910/11/2019 00:03

Had Hue system for past few years, works well, no issues and does …Had Hue system for past few years, works well, no issues and does everything I'd want and more.It was useful being able to tell the lights to come on at 5% at 3am whilst holding my baby daughter, now I use it with various routines.Not sure what you'd need to be careful about?


Expansion for other products is limited, goodnif you are only interested in lights
Gumbon10/11/2019 14:18

Expansion for other products is limited, goodnif you are only interested …Expansion for other products is limited, goodnif you are only interested in lights


Yeah I've got other things like tp smart plugs and nest heating. Use echo dots to control my various systems via routines so no issues.
It is its own system, but would imagine most companies are anyway.
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