Philips Hue Motion Sensor £24.49 @ Maplin (Check Local Store for Stock)
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Philips Hue Motion Sensor £24.49 @ Maplin (Check Local Store for Stock)

£24.49£3018%Maplin Deals
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Found 13th Apr
seems cheap for this item & cheaper than most places it seems & on amazon its not been cheaper than £29.95 according to camelcamelcamel
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so thought id post it
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tungle1067 m ago

Only if you can actually find 1 in store


Agreed the only thing in my local was bare shelves and wires. And they were overpriced.
MrAlbert16 h, 1 m ago

Not a deal for me by the time you add on the cost of a 60 Mike round trip. …Not a deal for me by the time you add on the cost of a 60 Mike round trip. Looks like a good few stores have them in stock assuming three levels are accurate.



I think most people would struggle to visit 60 acquaintances called Mike on the way to the store

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Only if you can actually find 1 in store
tungle1067 m ago

Only if you can actually find 1 in store


Agreed the only thing in my local was bare shelves and wires. And they were overpriced.
was in maplin today everything was 30% off some things were slightly cheaper than Amazon but then you have the risk of buying from a company that is about to evaporate
My local Maplins hardly ever had anything you wanted in stock so I doubt they will have it now.
malhal17 h, 2 m ago

was in maplin today everything was 30% off some things were slightly …was in maplin today everything was 30% off some things were slightly cheaper than Amazon but then you have the risk of buying from a company that is about to evaporate


All Philips items will be covered by Philips
Not a deal for me by the time you add on the cost of a 60 Mike round trip. Looks like a good few stores have them in stock assuming three levels are accurate.
Three in Wrexham today, for anyone who lives north Wales / Cheshire area.
MrAlbert16 h, 1 m ago

Not a deal for me by the time you add on the cost of a 60 Mike round trip. …Not a deal for me by the time you add on the cost of a 60 Mike round trip. Looks like a good few stores have them in stock assuming three levels are accurate.



I think most people would struggle to visit 60 acquaintances called Mike on the way to the store

Godspeed10 m ago

I think most people would struggle to visit 60 acquaintances called Mike …I think most people would struggle to visit 60 acquaintances called Mike on the way to the store


It's not that hard although you need a good bladder to hold 60 cups of tea.
This was 15 quid last prime day although i think it was one per customer.
I got mine for £18 last Black friday
You’ll buy this, set it up, think it’s great. Then after a week or two, when you’ve stopped caring so much, you’ll sit down and say to yourself ‘hang on, I just walked past that sensor and it didn’t trigger the lights’.

7/10
MrAlbert11 h, 12 m ago

It's not that hard although you need a good bladder to hold 60 cups of … It's not that hard although you need a good bladder to hold 60 cups of tea.


How tall is Mike? I'm just wondering how many my nearest store is
Chris_Kane3 h, 28 m ago

How tall is Mike? I'm just wondering how many my nearest store is


It depends on whether I measure him first thing in the morning or last thing at night. Your spine compresses during the day you know.
We have these dotted around the house. They suit our usage very well. Lights come on when we enter a room, go off after we've left.

Haven't touched the light switches now in months.

Great addition if you're into the Hue ecosystem.

Heat.
ElBuc14th Apr

All Philips items will be covered by Philips


Philips quality control is awful, they are a company trading on an old reputation of being a quality manufacturer. I used to have the displeasure of being a service agent for them until we got so sick to death of their rubbish products and unhelpful head office we dropped them.
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