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Hive Active Light 9w Warm White at Amazon sold by Maplin for £15
Hive Active Light 9w Warm White at Amazon sold by Maplin for £15

Hive Active Light 9w Warm White at Amazon sold by Maplin for £15

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Hive Active Light 9w Warm White, reduced from £19 to £15

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11 Comments

Good price

Original Poster

well not good, but cheaper than it was the last 6 weeks or so

Been this price on their eBay store for while to

ebay.co.uk/itm…728?hash=item2ef3729a60:g:U9cAAOSwV0RXvSze

Good bulbs, I grabbed a dozen on sale over black Friday

showing £19 on amazon AND the ebay link for me?

MrJinxy

Been this price on their eBay store for while … Been this price on their eBay store for while tohttp://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Hive-Active-Lightbulb-Warm-White-Dimmable-Home-Automation-Edison-E27-9W-A-LED-/201652869728?hash=item2ef3729a60:g:U9cAAOSwV0RXvSze



​That link is for £19

Expect a reduction on some of the older Hive stuff soon, as there seems to be a new line on the way. A new active plug is showing on Amazon already:

amazon.co.uk/Hiv…lug

tightfistedone

Probably a bit brighter than the EXCELLENT 6Watt LED bulb from Poundland … Probably a bit brighter than the EXCELLENT 6Watt LED bulb from Poundland but NOT worth £15 for 3Watt more.



Did the Poundland version link to a home automation system?

£15 for a bulb. Really? Return on investment could be zero if it does not last 25,000 hours.
Many bulbs make such a claim and fail within a fraction of the quote life.


Edited by: "Common.Sense" 21st Feb

Original Poster

Can't see the point in buying a hive plug for £39 when a TP LINK plug does the same without a hub for £22:50

Original Poster

Some people are unfortunate enough to have 2 heads but not Everyone has arms, hands, or indeed fingers!
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