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Philips Hue Go 2.0 Portable Smart Light with Bluetooth £69.99 @ Argos
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Philips Hue Go 2.0 Portable Smart Light with Bluetooth £69.99 @ Argos

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Posted 25th Oct 2019

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Introducing the Philips Hue Bluetooth range - it's now easier than ever to get started with smart lighting! Start controlling your lights straight out of the box with the Bluetooth app or your voice!

WHAT'S REQUIRED? - Nothing! This product works out of the box with the free 'Philips Hue Bluetooth' app. Simply plug in your new Hue Go and connect to the Bluetooth app for in room smart lighting control!

GET STARTED IN NO TIME – With no complex installation required you can start controlling your smart LED lights with your smart device straight out of the box. Discover the easiest way to control your lights.

PLAY WITH COLOUR - Choose from 16 million colours including warm to cool white light to create an ambiance that suits any mood. Play with colour to create the perfect ambiance for film nights, parties, bedtime stories, or to just sit back and unwind!

CONTROL YOUR LIGHTS FROM THE HUE GO - Press the button on the portable smart light to choose from seven different light effects - cool energising daylight, warm relaxing light, and the five dynamic light effects, or tap and hold the button to quickly cycle through colours.

  • Alexa compatible.
  • Google assistant compatible.
  • Siri compatible.
  • Compatible with iOS and Android operating systems.
  • App needed for use: Philips Hue Bluetooth' app is required.
  • Operates over mobile internet.
  • Operates over wi-fi.
  • Controls lighting.
  • Sets schedules for devices.
  • Components include 1 x Hue white and colour ambiance go.
  • Suitable for indoor.
  • Size H113, W210, D209cm.
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14 Comments
Is this even a deal?
petertan25/10/2019 18:01

Is this even a deal?



It's a brand new product! Old version is still selling for around this price
What's the difference between old and new?
kath.clapham25/10/2019 18:14

What's the difference between old and new?


Bluetooth... which as far as I can see is only going to be a benefit to newcomers who only want to buy a few bulbs and no hub .
If you don’t want the Hue setup and not interested in the products using the hub. Don’t bother with this. Bluetooth lights can be bought cheaper. I have 2 of the older versions and they are great though
kath.clapham25/10/2019 18:14

What's the difference between old and new?


Not a price drop deal, that's for sure.
Not sure this is a great buy to be honest, had ours around 18 months and the battery is dead.
fat-pudding25/10/2019 20:17

Not sure this is a great buy to be honest, had ours around 18 months and …Not sure this is a great buy to be honest, had ours around 18 months and the battery is dead.


This has an improved battery
vikfresh25/10/2019 20:17

This has an improved battery


It's not so much the battery which will be some kind of standard cells but the way they are charged, if it's the same way as the old one then it won't last much more than a year as the batteries will still die.
fat-pudding25/10/2019 20:21

It's not so much the battery which will be some kind of standard cells but …It's not so much the battery which will be some kind of standard cells but the way they are charged, if it's the same way as the old one then it won't last much more than a year as the batteries will still die.


I've had mine for three years and works fine. Haven't tested how good the battery is as I have it on mains most of the time but sometimes use it on battery and it's okay
jaypee2425/10/2019 20:25

I've had mine for three years and works fine. Haven't tested how good the …I've had mine for three years and works fine. Haven't tested how good the battery is as I have it on mains most of the time but sometimes use it on battery and it's okay


A lot of people have had battery problems, although inspired by this post I've just taken mine apart, it appears the stock batteries are 2 AA Li-ion 3.7 volt 680mAh cells, I'm going to order some replacements (hopefully higher capacity too) so I can fix it.
fat-pudding25/10/2019 20:39

A lot of people have had battery problems, although inspired by this post …A lot of people have had battery problems, although inspired by this post I've just taken mine apart, it appears the stock batteries are 2 AA Li-ion 3.7 volt 680mAh cells, I'm going to order some replacements (hopefully higher capacity too) so I can fix it.


Nice! I've not had the need to use on battery for long periods to be honest but thanks for the info
jaypee2425/10/2019 20:41

Nice! I've not had the need to use on battery for long periods to be …Nice! I've not had the need to use on battery for long periods to be honest but thanks for the info


I would agree with that, we only found out how dead it was when we tried to use it in the garden this summer, it lasted about 12 seconds on battery. I'll probably post a video or write up of how to repair it when I have the replacement batteries.
I think there will be better deals to come soon (BF & Christmas). Got 2 of these (previous version) last Christmas for about £99 and find them superb when linked in with my ambilight tv. Will look out for more of the original version hopefully dropping in price with this having been released.
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