Philips Hue Tuar LED Smart Outdoor Garden Wall Lantern, Aluminium, E27, 9.5 W + Philips Hue Outdoor Motion Sensor £79.99 @ Amazon
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Philips Hue Tuar LED Smart Outdoor Garden Wall Lantern, Aluminium, E27, 9.5 W + Philips Hue Outdoor Motion Sensor £79.99 @ Amazon

£79.99£109.9927%Amazon Deals
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Posted 13th Oct
Usually £109.399
  • Smart control - home or away: Experience the comfort of your lights turning on automatically when you arrive and turning off when you leave. Philips Hue app helps you control your lights your way with geolocation control or with timers and light schedules.
  • Weatherproof lighting: This Philips Hue outdoor lamp is specially designed for use in outdoor environments and has undergone rigorous tests to ensure its performance
  • Dimmable light: Control multiple lights at once with your smart devices or with Hue Wireless Dimmer switch. This outdoor lamp is designed to provide dimmable warm white light for your outdoors
  • Turns one or multiple lights on automatically when movement is detected
  • Resistant to all weather conditions. (IP54)
  • Various placement options possible. The outdoor sensor is battery operated, and communicates wirelessly to the bridge, so you can take it wherever you want to detect movement. All the necessary components are included to mount it on the wall or in a corner
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brands913/10/2019 00:41

Honestly..... you can get the same on amazon for £15... it’s literally ju …Honestly..... you can get the same on amazon for £15... it’s literally just for the name


Give us all a link to the “same” we can get on amazon, I’m in. I absolutely understand why you might not consider this a deal, but it’s not about you 😄
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Honestly..... you can get the same on amazon for £15... it’s literally just for the name
brands913/10/2019 00:41

Honestly..... you can get the same on amazon for £15... it’s literally ju …Honestly..... you can get the same on amazon for £15... it’s literally just for the name


Give us all a link to the “same” we can get on amazon, I’m in. I absolutely understand why you might not consider this a deal, but it’s not about you 😄
brands913/10/2019 00:41

Honestly..... you can get the same on amazon for £15... it’s literally ju …Honestly..... you can get the same on amazon for £15... it’s literally just for the name


It's the ecosystem, if you have hue it all just works
Miff1313/10/2019 02:20

Give us all a link to the “same” we can get on amazon, I’m in. I absol …Give us all a link to the “same” we can get on amazon, I’m in. I absolutely understand why you might not consider this a deal, but it’s not about you 😄


Oh no forgot it’s not an open forum and for you
GhostCaspar13/10/2019 07:17

It's the ecosystem, if you have hue it all just works


I understand that completely. It’s just my view. Seems very expensive for something I have purchased previously for like £15!
Are there any hue compatible outdoor lamps a little bit like this in the £20 range tha t anyone can point to. Doesn’t have to include the sensor necessarily as I have an ikea one I could repurpose
brands913/10/2019 07:19

I understand that completely. It’s just my view. Seems very expensive for s …I understand that completely. It’s just my view. Seems very expensive for something I have purchased previously for like £15!


If someone listed a deal for a Porsche, you wouldn’t respond stating “that’s an expensive car, why don’t you buy a Peugeot instead” as you’d be comparing apples with oranges as it’s recognised these two brands are very different. I think the same applies here.

I don’t doubt the lights for £15 will work, but they probably won’t last as long (rust) and certainly won’t be smart, and combine with an app, be programmable or work with Alexa etc
sharkmark13/10/2019 07:36

If someone listed a deal for a Porsche, you wouldn’t respond stating “ …If someone listed a deal for a Porsche, you wouldn’t respond stating “that’s an expensive car, why don’t you buy a Peugeot instead” as you’d be comparing apples with oranges as it’s recognised these two brands are very different. I think the same applies here.I don’t doubt the lights for £15 will work, but they probably won’t last as long (rust) and certainly won’t be smart, and combine with an app, be programmable or work with Alexa etc


And what does it do differently being connected to Hue. Enlighten me
brands913/10/2019 00:41

Honestly..... you can get the same on amazon for £15... it’s literally ju …Honestly..... you can get the same on amazon for £15... it’s literally just for the name


Show me an outside light that has a sensor and I can control with my voice or app and I will buy it.

Even something half decent with a sensor is a lot more than £15.

Me thinks you are mistaken....
ian1813/10/2019 08:01

Show me an outside light that has a sensor and I can control with my voice …Show me an outside light that has a sensor and I can control with my voice or app and I will buy it.Even something half decent with a sensor is a lot more than £15.Me thinks you are mistaken....


You can control with voice.........

That’s the only feature that you will get that a solar light won’t offer
brands913/10/2019 07:19

I understand that completely. It’s just my view. Seems very expensive for s …I understand that completely. It’s just my view. Seems very expensive for something I have purchased previously for like £15!


Is there one you control with your phone/smart system for £15?
What is the link brands 9?
No clearly this is popular because it links to Hue and you can speak to it, so pay £80 for this one!
brands913/10/2019 08:14

No clearly this is popular because it links to Hue and you can speak to …No clearly this is popular because it links to Hue and you can speak to it, so pay £80 for this one!


These are somewhat overpriced, given that you can achieve the same functionality by buying a regular light fitting and a hue or cheaper hue compatible smart bulb. I'd say it's probably a 20% premium to get it all in the same box. I have hue bulbs and compatibles indoors, but I also struggle to see much benefit in the outdoor ones, especially if they come with PIRs. To be fair, a £15 light fitting is unlikely to be very good quality though. You get what you pay for and all that.
Edited by: "GrimDanFango" 13th Oct
brands913/10/2019 07:19

I understand that completely. It’s just my view. Seems very expensive for s …I understand that completely. It’s just my view. Seems very expensive for something I have purchased previously for like £15!


I love Hue products but for something that is being turned on and off from a sensor I'm not sure why it would need to be Hue. Unless you want it on at certain times. Most people are either going to have it come on when dark and go off when light.
I'm about to replace an outside light but can't see the need for it to be a Hue one
Jimmyboy13/10/2019 09:07

I love Hue products but for something that is being turned on and off from …I love Hue products but for something that is being turned on and off from a sensor I'm not sure why it would need to be Hue. Unless you want it on at certain times. Most people are either going to have it come on when dark and go off when light.I'm about to replace an outside light but can't see the need for it to be a Hue one


See I am glad that I am not the only one that thinks this
Jimmyboy13/10/2019 09:07

I love Hue products but for something that is being turned on and off from …I love Hue products but for something that is being turned on and off from a sensor I'm not sure why it would need to be Hue. Unless you want it on at certain times. Most people are either going to have it come on when dark and go off when light.I'm about to replace an outside light but can't see the need for it to be a Hue one


Why have it on all night? Why not have it on perhaps when you drive up your road (proximity detection via app) or when it senses movement using the sensor.

Don't forget the sensor can turn on internal lights as well. So useful as a deterrent if you are not at home.

Or use the sensor in the rear garden with other lighting. It all depends upon your requirements.
Jimmyboy13/10/2019 09:07

I love Hue products but for something that is being turned on and off from …I love Hue products but for something that is being turned on and off from a sensor I'm not sure why it would need to be Hue. Unless you want it on at certain times. Most people are either going to have it come on when dark and go off when light.I'm about to replace an outside light but can't see the need for it to be a Hue one


The hue sensor light combo has a few other advantages over a standard sensor light. You can set reduced brightness as standard in the evening and ramp up to full when it detects presence, you can see outdoor temperature, you can activate by light levels and can use as sensor/ alert during the day
ian1813/10/2019 10:13

Why have it on all night? Why not have it on perhaps when you drive up …Why have it on all night? Why not have it on perhaps when you drive up your road (proximity detection via app) or when it senses movement using the sensor. Don't forget the sensor can turn on internal lights as well. So useful as a deterrent if you are not at home.Or use the sensor in the rear garden with other lighting. It all depends upon your requirements.


Good point re turning on other lights as well. Not sure how sensitive the sensor is but hopefully doesn't get triggered by a cat walking by and all the internal lights coming on!
ian1813/10/2019 08:01

Me thinks you are mistaken....


Does me?
androidavis13/10/2019 07:35

Are there any hue compatible outdoor lamps a little bit like this in the …Are there any hue compatible outdoor lamps a little bit like this in the £20 range tha t anyone can point to. Doesn’t have to include the sensor necessarily as I have an ikea one I could repurpose


I bought a normal outdoor light and replaced the bulb with a smart bulb. Was a lot cheaper to do this and the light was better quality. Just need to watch the size as the smart bulbs tend to be a bit bigger and don’t fit some
brands913/10/2019 08:00

And what does it do differently being connected to Hue. Enlighten me


I don’t need to ‘enlighten’ you, as you already appear to be enlightened by your own hue products. You appear to havecommented on at least two hue deals in last few posts stating what a good deal they are...

hotukdeals.com/dea…985

Obviously you understand the hue and Alexa range of products perfectly well (as you’ve also said that echo products were well priced)... I assume you are on here just for an argument mostly and to post deals on Superdrug.
brands913/10/2019 00:41

Honestly..... you can get the same on amazon for £15... it’s literally ju …Honestly..... you can get the same on amazon for £15... it’s literally just for the name


It literally isn't, honestly.
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