PHILIPS Google Home & Hue White & Colour Ambiance 27 Starter Kit Bundle - £169.99 @ Currys
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PHILIPS Google Home & Hue White & Colour Ambiance 27 Starter Kit Bundle - £169.99 @ Currys

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Found 30th Dec 2017
Great deal on Philips Hue Colour starter kit and a Google Home.
Google Home is £129.99 on its own and the Hue starter kit is £149.99!!!
Seems like a great saving
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Same deal as Argos and John Lewis, so depends who you prefer (mine would definitely not be Currys)
Ooh so chilli
Hot here regardless of seller. Good post.
Heat, pretty hot deal I paid 107 for the bulbs kit so good deal imo don't know why so cold just cause Curry's
Heat from me, it's a good deal regardless of the seller. At least they'll have stock, unlike Argos.
This is a good deal, shame the Argos eBay listing doesn't include free Google home
No reason for this to be cold and as some of the users said its similar deal by other sellers however i did check on boxing day and the next and posted status on Argos deal (which is same and hot)....

On 26th Dec.
Argos out of stock
john lewis selling E27 and i needed B22
gone through currys for 169...
i was watching for color changing bulb pack and currys include latest a60 with small remote and 3 color changing lights... Good to start off on home automation along with google home... Should i add heat to currys or argos(oos all around windsor and Bracknell)

So if you need B22 bulbs and in stock then currys is your best bet. Most argos users were frustrated because users were allowed to pick a bundle only to be told later that Google home was not in stock!

I picked mine up and in few minutes i had Hue and google home working. Not sure if i like google home but its definitely worth money, last i had seen google home on a deal was 84....

looking at all this is much better deal, hopefully other players will bring in cheaper smart bulbs as demand grows...
Why is this cold?
This should be blazing hot, such a good deal considering the cost of seperate items. Don’t understand why cold!
gingerwarrior1316 h, 19 m ago

Why is this cold?



Probably as most folks can lift their bottoms from the sofa to switch their lights on and have no need to "impress" ? their friends by doing it with their phones / voices.
Edited by: "rogparki" 30th Dec 2017
Jawz4 m ago

This should be blazing hot, such a good deal considering the cost of …This should be blazing hot, such a good deal considering the cost of seperate items. Don’t understand why cold!


I agree, it should be roasting but it appears that some people don't like Curry's
Voted hot. Thanks for the deal
I want this but is there no B22 version for same price? Also what's the biggest google home called? This speaker is their mid spec/size one correct?
JellyFox117 m ago

I agree, it should be roasting but it appears that some people don't like …I agree, it should be roasting but it appears that some people don't like Curry's


Oh I love curries. Particularly the Gosht Achar. But I am also not too fussed on this technology either esp when they're trying to shift the Amazon version for far less - which is no worse
rogparki27 m ago

Probably as most folks can lift their bottoms from the sofa to switch …Probably as most folks can lift their bottoms from the sofa to switch their lights on and have no need to "impress" ? their friends by doing it from their phones .


Phone?

Get with it man!

Voice control if you will!
hottoast23 m ago

Phone?Get with it man!Voice control if you will!



Corrected ,thanks , was trying to refer to the whole general obsession with the "internet of things" . Which at the moment is overpriced overhyped (you would think IPhone) and just used by idle folk or to show off .

The useful things will trickle out of it and come down to a sensible price in a few months - so "Thanks" in a way to the pioneers who are paying daft prices now so we can buy the stuff that actually has a practical use in a few months when prices are sensible
iz12345678945 m ago

I want this but is there no B22 version for same price? Also what's the …I want this but is there no B22 version for same price? Also what's the biggest google home called? This speaker is their mid spec/size one correct?


Yeah this is the mid/regular sized one, the biggest one is called the max
Good deal imo, I did the Amazon one with the Echo, sold the Echo effectively making the Hue £105 which imo is near enough the price point it should be
Ps. Heated btw
I've bought three Philips Hue packs when they were on offer to go with Google Homes for voice control. I bought them a week ago when Amazon were selling them with a free Echo, which means I have three Echos. If anyone is more interested in having the Amazon Echo, then I'd be happy to either swap them for Google Homes or sell them on. Drop me a private message if interested.
rogparki5 h, 59 m ago

Probably as most folks can lift their bottoms from the sofa to switch …Probably as most folks can lift their bottoms from the sofa to switch their lights on and have no need to "impress" ? their friends by doing it with their phones / voices.


Yeah but you’re forgetting about one essential thing: these are colour bulbs. Obviously overpriced, but its more customisable than switching the lights on
Dolphinzz9 m ago

Yeah but you’re forgetting about one essential thing: these are colour b …Yeah but you’re forgetting about one essential thing: these are colour bulbs. Obviously overpriced, but its more customisable than switching the lights on


Exactly. If these were just white and on and off I could then understand the comment about getting up off you bum and changing the light but as these are colour and can control brightness then this really does change the ambiance of your room.
greencode14 m ago

Exactly. If these were just white and on and off I could then understand …Exactly. If these were just white and on and off I could then understand the comment about getting up off you bum and changing the light but as these are colour and can control brightness then this really does change the ambiance of your room.


I have Philips hue and they’re well worth it. I can change my light colours for gaming (purple I found is best) films, general, looking for stuff, waking up etc.

I still live at home (autistic+ doing another 2 years in college to get another qualification) and I have a high bed so everytime I would want the light on otherwise, I’d have to get down and then get back up again. And as someone recovering from a back injury (“a broken back”) it’s painful and more stress than would be needed.
So being colour bulbs is what makes them so expensive ? But by the pure power of thought (without getting your bum off the sofa) you can not only turn them on or off -but make pretty patterns too ? Obviously of no practical use , do they impress your guests ? or do they just think "what a pretentious plonker " ? - Still thanks for buying them at this ridiculous price - if anyone actually finds a use for such dross I'll buy some for a fraction of the price in a few months
rogparki9 h, 36 m ago

So being colour bulbs is what makes them so expensive ? But by the pure …So being colour bulbs is what makes them so expensive ? But by the pure power of thought (without getting your bum off the sofa) you can not only turn them on or off -but make pretty patterns too ? Obviously of no practical use , do they impress your guests ? or do they just think "what a pretentious plonker " ? - Still thanks for buying them at this ridiculous price - if anyone actually finds a use for such dross I'll buy some for a fraction of the price in a few months


My youngest son has Duchenne muscular dystrophy and struggles to reach his light switch, and pretty soon, won't be able to at all.

The ability to do things such as turn on his lights, tv, open/close his curtains, simply by using his voice, is goin to be a huge source of indipendance for him.

Please consider all types of people before commenting that things like this are "Just for trying to impress people"
rogparki30th Dec

So being colour bulbs is what makes them so expensive ? But by the pure …So being colour bulbs is what makes them so expensive ? But by the pure power of thought (without getting your bum off the sofa) you can not only turn them on or off -but make pretty patterns too ? Obviously of no practical use , do they impress your guests ? or do they just think "what a pretentious plonker " ? - Still thanks for buying them at this ridiculous price - if anyone actually finds a use for such dross I'll buy some for a fraction of the price in a few months

I have loads of smart bulbs and hardly ever use my Google home to activate them. I have mine set to come on at sunset and go off when I go to bed automatically. Also can come on in random patterns when on holiday. Open your mind a little, or just go somewhere else, where your opinion is wanted.
trickytree198431st Dec 2017

I have loads of smart bulbs and hardly ever use my Google home to activate …I have loads of smart bulbs and hardly ever use my Google home to activate them. I have mine set to come on at sunset and go off when I go to bed automatically. Also can come on in random patterns when on holiday. Open your mind a little, or just go somewhere else, where your opinion is wanted.


My guests seem to like it... When girls don't like the lights on in my room- it saves me getting out of bed #Winning
Luke_p5 h, 4 m ago

My guests seem to like it... When girls don't like the lights on in my …My guests seem to like it... When girls don't like the lights on in my room- it saves me getting out of bed #Winning


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