Philips Hue Lightstrip Plus 1M Extension Kit £17.99 @ Maplin
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Philips Hue Lightstrip Plus 1M Extension Kit £17.99 @ Maplin

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Found 10th Mar
It has been cheaper at £15
However this seems to be the cheapest atm

Note: This is only a 1M extension lightstrip. You still need the whole kit in order to use this.
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viniteng1 m ago

Wow... Hue light strip at this price ! Amazing find. Heat from me....!


This is just the extension, you still need a starter kit for it which is more expensive
sploits27 m ago

Or buy this at a great price then sit and wait for HUKD to fire out a …Or buy this at a great price then sit and wait for HUKD to fire out a great deal for the starter kit ☺


You honestly think £2 off is a great price ?

You are easily pleased.
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Wow... Hue light strip at this price ! Amazing find. Heat from me....!
viniteng1 m ago

Wow... Hue light strip at this price ! Amazing find. Heat from me....!


This is just the extension, you still need a starter kit for it which is more expensive
andymacrae7820 m ago

This is just the extension, you still need a starter kit for it which is …This is just the extension, you still need a starter kit for it which is more expensive


Or buy this at a great price then sit and wait for HUKD to fire out a great deal for the starter kit ☺
sploits27 m ago

Or buy this at a great price then sit and wait for HUKD to fire out a …Or buy this at a great price then sit and wait for HUKD to fire out a great deal for the starter kit ☺


You honestly think £2 off is a great price ?

You are easily pleased.
Still outrageous price. Come on Philips, stop being greedy!
I saw some colour Philips light strips at B and Q for £15, but not Hue...they just had a button on the cord to toggle colours...I left it...but I wonder if those can be used as extensions?
Edited by: "kencol" 11th Mar
kencol3 m ago

I saw some colour Philips light strips at B and Q for £15, but not …I saw some colour Philips light strips at B and Q for £15, but not Hue...they just had a button on the cord to toggle colours...I left it...but I wonder if those can be used as extensions?


Doubtful
kencol13 m ago

I saw some colour Philips light strips at B and Q for £15, but not …I saw some colour Philips light strips at B and Q for £15, but not Hue...they just had a button on the cord to toggle colours...I left it...but I wonder if those can be used as extensions?


There is a small chance it could work with the first generation hue light strips, but the second generation with whites is quite non standard and all the discussions I see make it look like there are no third party options that are compatible.
I think people are getting the wrong end of the stick with this deal as I can't believe that it is at over 250 degrees for a measly £2 saving

For all that don't know,this product at full price costs only £19.99 !
Biggunspaul1 h, 4 m ago

I think people are getting the wrong end of the stick with this deal as I …I think people are getting the wrong end of the stick with this deal as I can't believe that it is at over 250 degrees for a measly £2 saving For all that don't know,this product at full price costs only £19.99 !


So this is a 10% saving - better than a slap in a face with a wet kipper - if you were going to buy one anyway
gremlin32 m ago

So this is a 10% saving - better than a slap in a face with a wet kipper - …So this is a 10% saving - better than a slap in a face with a wet kipper - if you were going to buy one anyway


Yeah but it’s not as good as 20% and a happy ending,and that’s what I’d expect for a deal at this temperature !
Edited by: "Biggunspaul" 11th Mar
I agree with Biggunspaul, it’s not much of a deal, not much better than slap in the face with a wet kipper.
By the way, I’m intrigued, can anyone confirm difference between being slapped in the face with a wet kipper or dry kipper? Or hairy kipper?
tyringe11th Mar

Still outrageous price. Come on Philips, stop being greedy!


Have you met Lifx?
martynpd9 m ago

Have you met Lifx?


Yes, even more expensive than Philips. LIFX £90 for 2m LED compared to £66 for Philips...
Biggunspaul10th Mar

You honestly think £2 off is a great price ?You are easily pleased.


Yes, hence me posting it. A saving is a saving
Best way to buy the actual light strips is to watch for deals on the Amazon Hue bundles. The kitchen bundle has 2 full light strip kits and a couple of spots. It's not cheap at the moment at £180, but it did go down to £100 on Prime Day which is when I bought mine then stuck the spots on ebay for £35

uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Phi…F3K
Why are they packaged like condoms?
darkmetal11 m ago

Why are they packaged like condoms?


Probably aimed at strippers
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£15 White
£25 Colour

B&Q Chester
5m roll off eBay + a zwave/wifi plug instead?
hahaha cold
kencol11th Mar

I saw some colour Philips light strips at B and Q for £15, but not …I saw some colour Philips light strips at B and Q for £15, but not Hue...they just had a button on the cord to toggle colours...I left it...but I wonder if those can be used as extensions?


No, only the official Philips extension will work
joshdwalker3 h, 18 m ago

[Image] £15 White£25 Colour B&Q Chester


Those are standard lightstrips from Philips
They are not from the "hue" range which is the name given to Philips Smart lighting system (controlled by Apps, routines, motion sensors, geofencing, ITTT, Amazon Echo/Apple Siri/Google Home etc)
Edited by: "shakerstevens" 13th Mar
If you want smart LED strips get the Xiaomi Yeelight equivalent - 2m strips for about £27. Superb, ******* to set up initially with your Google Home or Alexa - but very easily remedied by creating a 'room profile' within the Xiaomi Yeelight app (worked this out after a few bodged attempts and poor Google translation online from Banggood).

Same goes for the Yeelight colour bulbs - they are much cheaper and fulfil the same purpose.
Edited by moderator: "potty mouth" 13th Mar
I'm voting hot, just to see Biggunspaul flip his lid over the injustice of this getting heat.

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Seems like a waste of money. You can get a 1M LED strip with remotes etc for £5 odd. I got mine for my PC setup for £5 off Groupon. I would avoid the cheap white ones that look very generic, try buy branded if you can. This is the one I got....

groupon.co.uk/dea…BwE
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