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Philips Hue White and Colour Ambiance Lily LED Outdoor Stake Lights, Set of 3 £220 @ John Lewis & Partners
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Philips Hue White and Colour Ambiance Lily LED Outdoor Stake Lights, Set of 3 £220 @ John Lewis & Partners

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Posted 28th Sep
Plug in the Philips Hue Lily Outdoor stake lights and paint your outdoor spaces with a wash of vibrant colour. The integrated LED in each light has 16 million colours and shades of white light so that you can create the effect you want and highlight pathways, trees or dining spaces. This practical base unit pack features 3 spotlight stakes, power supply, extension cables and the connectors that you need for installation.

IP65 rated
This fixture is specially designed for use in outdoor environments and has undergone rigorous testing to ensure its performance. Its IP65 rating means that it’s protected against low-pressure jets of water. It’s a higher level of protection than IP44 and used most commonly when lights are placed close to the ground.

Control it your way
Connect your light to the Philips Hue bridge, available to purchase separately. Then, you can download the Philips Hue app on your smart phone or tablet to control this light with ease. Use the Hue app to save your favourite light settings and simply recall them with the tap of a finger. Select from white light to cool daylight to suit your mood throughout the year and control the Lily stake lights automatically by setting timed schedules. Philips Hue can also be operated via voice-control devices.

Easy to Install and Extend
The Lily lights are designed with a low voltage, making them safe to use and easy to install. If you need to extend your outdoor lighting, simply choose the Lily extension, product code: 70274205, available to purchase separately.

Worth Knowing
To create a more innovative look, this light has been designed to incorporate the LED within it. This LED has a lifespan of up to 25,000 hours. LEDs use around 85% less energy than incandescent bulbs.
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Had my eye on these for a while and saw these at this price when I was in JL last week.

Heat, but I think I’m going to wait to see if Black Friday sees a bigger price drop.

Does anyone know if these would light up a house well?
I’m planning on using them to light the front of my house so hope so!

If they are any good I’ll buy some more if they are going cheap during Black Friday
i have 7 of these in my garden. highly recommended.
Cheaper than they have ever been on amazon, heat added. Bought some.
Thanks, ordered! It's a lot of money but feels like a good price. I also got the equivalent of 4% back as points by buying a £220 JL e-giftcard via my work benefits scheme (Perks At Work) and 1.5% KidStart to sweeten the deal
Jeepers that’s so expensive!
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Redrise28/09/2019 17:34

I’m planning on using them to light the front of my house so hope so!If t …I’m planning on using them to light the front of my house so hope so!If they are any good I’ll buy some more if they are going cheap during Black Friday


How do you fit these to stop them being stolen?
Not sure beyond screwing down the bases!
nick194628/09/2019 17:23

Had my eye on these for a while and saw these at this price when I was in …Had my eye on these for a while and saw these at this price when I was in JL last week. Heat, but I think I’m going to wait to see if Black Friday sees a bigger price drop. Does anyone know if these would light up a house well?


There’s almost no way they’ll light up much of your frontage.

To do that effectively, you’re talking a minimum of a 70w metal halide flood, chucking out almost 6000 lumens. These do 600lm each.

I’d be surprised if you were happy with the effect, even with three of them.
3 bought individually is £192.......
oliverhussick28/09/2019 23:51

3 bought individually is £192.......


Ignore me. “Extension” spots, because these are low voltage, need the transformer included in the original kit. Sneaky.
What a waste of money.

3 x Philips Hue Colour GU10 - I paid £69.99 for the pack on Amazon Prime Day, then sold the bridge for £23 (£15.66 per bulb)
4 x Auraglow Deep Recessed Garden Spike / Wall Lights are ~£38.

Total Cost £85.

Naturally, you need to wire them in to an outside extension/socket but I don't know anyone nowadays that does have some kind of outdoor electrical connection where they can either use it directly or run off a spare.
Edited by: "dodgyscouser" 29th Sep
dodgyscouser29/09/2019 19:10

What a waste of money.3 x Philips Hue Colour GU10 - I paid £69.99 for the …What a waste of money.3 x Philips Hue Colour GU10 - I paid £69.99 for the pack on Amazon Prime Day, then sold the bridge for £23 (£15.66 per bulb)4 x Auraglow Deep Recessed Garden Spike / Wall Lights are ~£38.Total Cost £85.Naturally, you need to wire them in to an outside extension/socket but I don't know anyone nowadays that does have some kind of outdoor electrical connection where they can either use it directly or run off a spare.


Those Auraglows look pap. I'll stick with the Philips quality. Lottery winner so don't care
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