Philips Hue Lighting Black Friday Bargains
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Philips Hue Lighting Black Friday Bargains

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Edited by:"jackvockins"Found 24th Nov
Lots of Philips Hue products have been discounted on Amazon. Light Strips, Starter Kits, Bulbs Etc...

E27/B22/GU10 Starter Kits (3 Bulbs & Bridge) For Just £89.00 (Was £145-£149)

AMAZING Kitchen Bundle Deal
Philips Hue Kitchen Bundle (thanks to shakerstevens) - 2 x Philips Hue 2m Lightstrip plus + 1 x Philips Hue White Ambience 5.5W GU10 Twin pack Just £99.99!!!

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Suvvey4 m ago

Do you still need a bridge with a Philips ambilight tv?


Yes.
The Amblight TV will work on its own but will not connect to hue lights unless there is a bridge
I have the amblight TV, bridge and hue lights.
My hue lights operate as normal lights but when the TV comes on they work in sync with the tv amblight according to where I have placed them in the room

Apologies for the poor quality of this image but you get the idea, I have a light strip running across the TV and in this shot its colour matches the top of the TV image, the TV is amblight with 2 sided amblight built in

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Just what I was waiting for! Thanks OP!!

Thank you! Exactly what I was after!
Edited by: "Missy_08" 24th Nov

Two lightstips and the GU10 double pack to sell on is super hot! Thanks OP

the cream of the crop has to be 2x 2m light strip kits and 2x GU10 white ambiance bulbs
£190 of RRP kit for £99.99

amazon.co.uk/Phi…1-8

shakerstevens57 s ago

the cream of the crop has to be 2x 2m light strip kits and 2x GU10 white …the cream of the crop has to be 2x 2m light strip kits and 2x GU10 white ambiance bulbs£190 of RRP kit for £99.99https://www.amazon.co.uk/Philips-Hue-Kitchen-Bundle-Lightstrip/dp/B076DJXF3K/ref=lp_14308246031_1_8?s=lighting&ie=UTF8&qid=1511482583&sr=1-8



Seriously, that's about £170 worth at regular prices, gone for one

Scorching

hokers7 m ago

Seriously, that's about £170 worth at regular prices, gone for one


I know, complete bargain! £69 x2 for each lightstrip kit normally (although they are £59 at the moment) and £49.99 for the GU 10 twin pack (although again £39 at the moment

I could post it as a deal in its own right as its more than the 40% saving title here but I guess it makes sense to have all Amazon hue deals under one thread

Wowsers wasn't expecting the gu10s to feature and they got everything covered this year.

shakerstevens12 m ago

the cream of the crop has to be 2x 2m light strip kits and 2x GU10 white …the cream of the crop has to be 2x 2m light strip kits and 2x GU10 white ambiance bulbs£190 of RRP kit for £99.99https://www.amazon.co.uk/Philips-Hue-Kitchen-Bundle-Lightstrip/dp/B076DJXF3K/ref=lp_14308246031_1_8?s=lighting&ie=UTF8&qid=1511482583&sr=1-8



You can buy more than one as well (just not at the same time)

all we need now is a deal on the 1m extension kit for the light strip
At the moment its working out cheaper to buy this bundle with the 2m kits and cut it and sell the GU10s!

shame there are no motion sensors in deal

ramit3 m ago

shame there are no motion sensors in deal



There are...£39.99 for that and bridge.

Just waiting on a pair of e14s for my wall lights! 😃

Fantastic deal for the 2 light strips and 2 x GU10s. Nearly went for the single light strip at £59 earlier.
Edited by: "chinds" 24th Nov

If people need extra GU10s the twin packs are 3 for 2 in Currys

Kyrt1 m ago

If people need extra GU10s the twin packs are 3 for 2 in Currys


All the bulbs in fact

shakerstevens25 m ago

I know, complete bargain! £69 x2 for each lightstrip kit normally …I know, complete bargain! £69 x2 for each lightstrip kit normally (although they are £59 at the moment) and £49.99 for the GU 10 twin pack (although again £39 at the momentI could post it as a deal in its own right as its more than the 40% saving title here but I guess it makes sense to have all Amazon hue deals under one thread

​I really want to to buy the led strips but don't need the gu10s Don't know what to do.

already bought the b22 starter kit for my folks. (One bulb for me!)

Kyrt5 m ago

All the bulbs in fact



Still works out £33.33 for 2 though for the white ones, this works out £24.99 if can stomach returning the lightstrips etc.

germainsophie3 m ago

​I really want to to buy the led strips but don't need the gu10s D …​I really want to to buy the led strips but don't need the gu10s Don't know what to do. already bought the b22 starter kit for my folks. (One bulb for me!)


I'm sure you can get £30 if not more for the twin pack of GU10 on ebay.
If you are after lightstrips this is the best deal especially getting 2x of the 2m kits

Sorry I'm new to this. Does the £99 one work on its own? Will I need the bridge or motion sensor? Do the £99 come with a plug?

I got the lightstrip and bridge deal for £59 with a £10 off £50 spend code they had emailed me.

As tempting as the 2 lightstrip deal is I only needed 1 lightstrip to complete my Hue set up. I’m done, no more looking for Hue deals!

32536070-FDcby.jpghot from me
keep clicking on the link but don't need any more lights
lol
but there just loads cheaper
what to do
would it be worth doing the strip lights around the TV
just don't want to over do it
Edited by: "Pokerkingbouch" 24th Nov

mark01serx4 m ago

Sorry I'm new to this. Does the £99 one work on its own? Will I need the …Sorry I'm new to this. Does the £99 one work on its own? Will I need the bridge or motion sensor? Do the £99 come with a plug?


You still need the bridge. You can also use the sensor, but the sensor is not required but is a good choice.
Since there is a bundle with the bridge and sensor that would be a good option to go with.

The bridge, is the brain that is the go between your smartphone/device and your hue lights hence why one is needed.
the only case you wouldn't need a bridge is if you have the new Amazon Echo Plus which has a built in smart bridge

shakerstevens3 m ago

You still need the bridge. You can also use the sensor, but the sensor is …You still need the bridge. You can also use the sensor, but the sensor is not required but is a good choice.Since there is a bundle with the bridge and sensor that would be a good option to go with.The bridge, is the brain that is the go between your smartphone/device and your hue lights hence why one is needed.the only case you wouldn't need a bridge is if you have the new Amazon Echo Plus which has a built in smart bridge

Do you still need a bridge with a Philips ambilight tv?

Suvvey2 m ago

Do you still need a bridge with a Philips ambilight tv?



You can't control an ambilight tv.
They are effectively lame dead useless ducks covered in poop when it comes to integration with hue.
....I have one, it's a no go.

edit - there is some specific app that can do it but it's not a "hue" app. You can link the hue lights to the ambilight but not the ambilight to the hue lights, this is not useful.
Edited by: "robo989" 24th Nov

Tempting

I've just bought the b22 starter kit
and was about to add the motion sensor kit to my basket .

Can my credit card take another hit.

Gah my brain is too tired to think about this....
Need someone to add them to basket and buy them.for me!!

Suvvey4 m ago

Do you still need a bridge with a Philips ambilight tv?


Yes.
The Amblight TV will work on its own but will not connect to hue lights unless there is a bridge
I have the amblight TV, bridge and hue lights.
My hue lights operate as normal lights but when the TV comes on they work in sync with the tv amblight according to where I have placed them in the room

Apologies for the poor quality of this image but you get the idea, I have a light strip running across the TV and in this shot its colour matches the top of the TV image, the TV is amblight with 2 sided amblight built in

32536219-DvyWO.jpg

robo9894 m ago

You can't control an ambilight tv.They are effectively lame dead useless …You can't control an ambilight tv.They are effectively lame dead useless ducks covered in poop when it comes to integration with hue.....I have one, it's a no go.edit - there is some specific app that can do it but it's not a "hue" app. You can link the hue lights to the ambilight but not the ambilight to the hue lights, this is not useful.


Not true mine works perfectly as shown above, but it only works "well" on the most 2 recent generations of Ambilight TVs that are less than 3 years old
Edited by: "shakerstevens" 24th Nov

Wouldn't mind the lightstrip, just don't want to spend £100 when i don't need the twin pack of gu10's. Hassle of selling and posting them isn't for me either.

Was hoping they would do a deal on packs of bulbs. Want a couple of colour bulbs, but they only seem to be offering them as kits.

robo9895 m ago

You can't control an ambilight tv.They are effectively lame dead useless …You can't control an ambilight tv.They are effectively lame dead useless ducks covered in poop when it comes to integration with hue.....I have one, it's a no go.edit - there is some specific app that can do it but it's not a "hue" app. You can link the hue lights to the ambilight but not the ambilight to the hue lights, this is not useful.

I was thinking of getting an ambilight tv for the spare room. So I can buy hue bulbs and connect them to the tv without the bridge, yes?

shakerstevens13 m ago

You still need the bridge. You can also use the sensor, but the sensor is …You still need the bridge. You can also use the sensor, but the sensor is not required but is a good choice.Since there is a bundle with the bridge and sensor that would be a good option to go with.The bridge, is the brain that is the go between your smartphone/device and your hue lights hence why one is needed.the only case you wouldn't need a bridge is if you have the new Amazon Echo Plus which has a built in smart bridge


Thanks for this. Sorry but another silly question. What if the bulb are not the right bulbs for my lights? Like if they are bigger or smaller or if the end is not compatible.? Thanks again

Thanks for the responses. I'm still a little confused. With a new ambilight tv do I still need a bridge to add hue bulbs to match the tv ambilight colours?

shakerstevens9 m ago

Not true mine works perfectly as shown above, but it only works "well" on …Not true mine works perfectly as shown above, but it only works "well" on the most 2 recent generations of Ambilight TVs that are less than 3 years old



It works as in it can follow the video that's on screen or set colour, or you can get other hue lights to copy it's colours.
That functionality means nothing though because you can't control it from the hue app, or alexa and you can't get it to copy what your other lights are showing. It's a one way street.
I'm talking about the latest ambilight tvs.
Suvvey8 m ago

I was thinking of getting an ambilight tv for the spare room. So I can buy …I was thinking of getting an ambilight tv for the spare room. So I can buy hue bulbs and connect them to the tv without the bridge, yes?



Not sure it needs the bridge, I already have the bridge and don't much fancy removing it etc to check sorry.
Ambilight is dead tech though with respect to lighting home integration.
hue+amblight aren't friends.

supportforum.philips.com/en/…dge

This says it all really.

@andrewp Bear in mind the kits are cheaper even with the hub. No help if you want white spectrum bulbs normal bulbs though.
Edited by: "Kyrt" 24th Nov

Philips Hue Personal Wireless Lighting 2 m Lightstrip Plus LED Kit (Includes 1 x 2 m LED Lighstrip Plus, 1 x Power Adapter), Works with Alexa
Part 1 of 2 - Philips Hue Kitchen Bundle - 2 x Philips Hue 2m Lightstrip plus + 1 x Philips Hue White Ambience 5.5W GU10 Twin pack, Apple HomeKit Enabled, Works with Alexa
didn’t realise you got the power adapter with the strips as well
Should have gone to sleep and not added it to my basket
o well
thats other £99 the wife is going to kick off about
Edited by: "Pokerkingbouch" 24th Nov

shakerstevens30 m ago

I'm sure you can get £30 if not more for the twin pack of GU10 on ebay.If …I'm sure you can get £30 if not more for the twin pack of GU10 on ebay.If you are after lightstrips this is the best deal especially getting 2x of the 2m kits

​I've taken the sensor out of basket and now added the light strips. ...

Will update you on how they magically become ordered.... I don't like eBay anymore. Hopefully might get more luck with shock / fb.

I already have the hub and not very good at setting things up like this. How hard will it be to set the light strips up in the kitchen? (husband won't be happy for ages and then they'll get left in a box somewhere... and I don't want that! )

I'm sure the sensor might reappear in my basket again too.

It's going to be a long night tonight.

mark01serx11 m ago

Thanks for this. Sorry but another silly question. What if the bulb are …Thanks for this. Sorry but another silly question. What if the bulb are not the right bulbs for my lights? Like if they are bigger or smaller or if the end is not compatible.? Thanks again


Check first is the best thing to do
The most common fittings are:
Ceiling sockets/Large lamps are Edison Screw E27 or most likely Bayonet B22 (the twist and turn type with 2 pins)
The smaller Scren in ones are E22 which hue have in the "candle" shape/format
Spot lights are the GU10s
If you buy the large E27 screw bulbs by mistake but only have Bayonet B22 fittings then Ikea have cheap adapters
ikea.com/gb/…15/

Suvvey16 m ago

I was thinking of getting an ambilight tv for the spare room. So I can buy …I was thinking of getting an ambilight tv for the spare room. So I can buy hue bulbs and connect them to the tv without the bridge, yes?


No, you need the bridge in all circumstances of using hue bulbs (regardless of having an ambilight TV or not)

germainsophie3 m ago

​I've taken the sensor out of basket and now added the light strips. ... …​I've taken the sensor out of basket and now added the light strips. ... Will update you on how they magically become ordered.... I don't like eBay anymore. Hopefully might get more luck with shock / fb. I already have the hub and not very good at setting things up like this. How hard will it be to set the light strips up in the kitchen? (husband won't be happy for ages and then they'll get left in a box somewhere... and I don't want that! ) I'm sure the sensor might reappear in my basket again too. It's going to be a long night tonight.


Send me a direct message tomorrow and I'll send you info on setting up the light strips but its no more complicated than setting up a hue bulb. Off to bed now
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