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Hive Active Colour Changing Light B22 Bayonet £24 @ Amazon
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Hive Active Colour Changing Light B22 Bayonet £24 @ Amazon

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Posted 18th Nov 2019

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Our good old friend at camelcamelcamel dropped me an email after I set up an alert on this in the summer.

Down to £24 from £44 for the Bayonet, £24.99 for the E27 Screw (from £44)

Assuming this is the start of the black friday Hive pricing starting to come through!
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I'm not sure why the moderator is putting the full price on this as £24.99 - the retail price is £44 (saving of £20)
interesting to see the cold votes - would be good to see if you can see these bulbs at a better price as I was looking for a couple
grant0r18/11/2019 16:50

I'm not sure why the moderator is putting the full price on this as £24.99 …I'm not sure why the moderator is putting the full price on this as £24.99 - the retail price is £44 (saving of £20)



Crossed out price is the next cheapest price available, not RRP.
Sherbat18/11/2019 17:08

Crossed out price is the next cheapest price available, not RRP.


Where is it available for £24.99?
grant0r18/11/2019 17:09

Where is it available for £24.99?


Ignore that - I can see its available at Currys (on an offer) for £24.99 - a bit silly when the RRP is £24 but if that is the logic...
Who pays £40 for a bulb?
Dusty66618/11/2019 17:51

Who pays £40 for a bulb?


Folk who can't find them on offer
Why cold? I've never seen them this cheap.
SpyJoe21/11/2019 14:48

Why cold? I've never seen them this cheap.


This was my thought, too many folk who see an expensive light bulb as opposed to the product
grant0r22/11/2019 13:33

This was my thought, too many folk who see an expensive light bulb as …This was my thought, too many folk who see an expensive light bulb as opposed to the product


Yeah I’m not sure about the need for the multiple colour options the novelty might wear off in the end and you might just only use normal light unless it’s for kids rooms?
Edited by: "ironmike2012" 27th Nov 2019
ironmike201227/11/2019 22:49

Yeah I’m not sure about the need for the multiple colour options the n …Yeah I’m not sure about the need for the multiple colour options the novelty might wear off in the end and you might just only use normal light unless it’s for kids rooms?


Work in the kids rooms but also not too bad in the living room, can schedule different colours if you’re out the house to make it look like you’re in etc... they’ll work for some and not for others
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