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Philips LivingColors Gen 3 LC Micro White 70018/31/PU Colour Changing Mood Lamp for £14.99 @ Amazon (See more buying choices)
Philips LivingColors Gen 3 LC Micro White 70018/31/PU Colour Changing Mood Lamp for £14.99 @ Amazon (See more buying choices)

Philips LivingColors Gen 3 LC Micro White 70018/31/PU Colour Changing Mood Lamp for £14.99 @ Amazon (See more buying choices)

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Good find just bought Thanks

Thanks, just bought 3.

bought one for my small room when i have any female guests:P

better than strip led's?

jh787

better than strip led's?



Most definitely, especially if you want them for the reason gu2gan mentions.

jh787

better than strip led's?


I bought the strip leds that were posted on here last week for around 9 quid and they are excellent for the price, hidden on top of a shelf they look great, the remote works well really can't fault them for the price

amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1

ordered one of these also though

dataload

I bought the strip leds that were posted on here last week for around 9 … I bought the strip leds that were posted on here last week for around 9 quid and they are excellent for the price, hidden on top of a shelf they look great, the remote works well really can't fault them for the pricehttp://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00H1QLF32/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1ordered one of these also though



That's the thing...

I ordered 3 sets of the strip led's

I can't see how these are better.

They come with remote and and are a lot more flexible when it comes to installation

jh787

That's the thing...I ordered 3 sets of the strip led'sI can't see how … That's the thing...I ordered 3 sets of the strip led'sI can't see how these are better.They come with remote and and are a lot more flexible when it comes to installation


well this is more of a glowing lamp I guess, for lighting up a corner/small wall

personally I'd only use the leds on top of a shelf or somewhere else hidden, they're just too bright and you can't make the alternate colours properly

I wouldn't say one is better than the other, they have different uses really, if you like things like this you'll find a use for both

dataload

well this is more of a glowing lamp I guess, for lighting up a … well this is more of a glowing lamp I guess, for lighting up a corner/small wallpersonally I'd only use the leds on top of a shelf or somewhere else hidden, they're just too bright and you can't make the alternate colours properlyI wouldn't say one is better than the other, they have different uses really, if you like things like this you'll find a use for both



Thanks.

I have a slightly better idea after watching this video


Watch "Philips Living Light Micro Mood Lamp Review" on YouTube
Philips Living Light Micro Mood Lamp Review: youtu.be/g04…UqY

jh787

better than strip led's?


Have 2 of these living colours and 2 5050 led kits I bought a few years ago.
The Philips light sets a nice ambience with a difused glow when used in a corner with light walls. There is no remote so can be a PITA to change colours if you hide it away. I've barely used them to be honest. Nice units all the same and good price.

The strip lights are a different story, have them around back of TV and under unit and are used daily. Have colours preset for different moods or to match what's on TV. Football looks awesome with a green back glow. Best purchase I've made in a long time.
Edited by: "callum84" 14th Jul 2014

I have a previous incarnation of this product and when i bought it i thought it was the dogs dangly bits but with in a couple of months of purchasing it the novelty has gone and its now gathering dust.

Oddly i used it for the same reason as gu2gan but then we use to have lengthy discussions about what colour would suit the mood. oddly she was never that keen on red, go figure

gu2gan

bought one for my small room when i have any female guests:P




The khazi ?

Philips had a version of this tech to illuminate the wall behind a TV, the selected colour was based on the image that was being shown on the screen so it'd change constantly. I saw it demonstrated once and the effect was like it was extending the primary image on hte screen; surprisingly effective (it was part of a series of sets they had at the time). I heard there was a 3rd party one that did this based on HDMI or source input so you could match it with other TVs or computer monitors, etc. but I can't find it though - I'm not quite sure what to look for, has anyone seen this?

It was the Ambilight range of TVs

I have two of those. They are nice and easy to hide. One is in my son's bedroom- he really likes the soft green tones that come out of the little light. And I have one behind the couch. I think the ones with remote would be better though. I bought them in the sale a year ago and wouldn't pay more than this current price. I am happy with them though, so I would recommend them.

dataload

I bought the strip leds that were posted on here last week for around 9 … I bought the strip leds that were posted on here last week for around 9 quid and they are excellent for the price, hidden on top of a shelf they look great, the remote works well really can't fault them for the pricehttp://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00H1QLF32/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1ordered one of these also though

Thanks for this, i bought some a few years ago, and fitted them round the picture rail in the lounge, but didnt order enough, with this i can finish the job. Its great as background lightning when watching films

What is the difference between this and amazon.co.uk/exe…_T1

Dont mind. Found it


Edited by: "smitha" 14th Jul 2014

These things are great - really bright and colourful - and this is a steal!

thnx bought two

Bought two thankyou

gu2gan

bought one for my small room when i have any female guests:P



So you never gonna use it
(just kidding).

Bought one of these last year for about £19. Have it on all the time & a great little light enhancer. Claims to show 64 different colours but you would be hard pushed to see them. More like half a dozen different colours with different tones. And EVEN then i'm still scratching my head at the '64' claim.

Can't see the point of this model - no remote control, but you're supposed to tuck it away somewhere out of sight oO

learn to logic, Philips.

I keep mine behind the TV, use it to change the ambient light in the room whenever they go into a different region on Game of Thrones (blue for snow, orange for deserts, green for forests etc.)

Normal price.
Been posted numerous times from play.com to mymemory.
The one posted a couple of weeks ago for £28 came with the remote.

seems good to me, anyone know where I can get the light strips that will change colour with the TV? Seen some on e-bay but they do not seem like they can change colour with the TV.

bought one

Philips HUE! !! you need a philips am I light tv and then you can use the led lightstrip to change colour connected to tv

Philips Ambilight tv* damn you autocorrect

Quick questions for any existing owners..
1. If powered off and on at wall, does it automatically come on or do you need to push another button?
2. Same scenario, does it remember last colour used?

Cheers!
(Wondering how well it'd work with remote plugs like LightwaveRF and WeMo)

50 lumens? I bet the end of a cigarette is brighter.

MikeLondon

seems good to me, anyone know where I can get the light strips that will … seems good to me, anyone know where I can get the light strips that will change colour with the TV? Seen some on e-bay but they do not seem like they can change colour with the TV.



If you google "lightbox ambilight" or "boblight" you'll find what you want, although you need a media pc to make these work and it will only work on things being displayed on the PC as you need to use software run on the PC to get it to work, There is something being made which will be based on anything the TV is showing but I don't think its released yet.

Other option is to buy a Phillips ambilight TV.

Edited by: "Uggers" 14th Jul 2014

Uggers

If you google "lightbox ambilight" or "boblight" you'll find what you … If you google "lightbox ambilight" or "boblight" you'll find what you want, although you need a media pc to make these work and it will only work on things being displayed on the PC as you need to use software run on the PC to get it to work, There is something being made which will be based on anything the TV is showing but I don't think its released yet.Other option is to buy a Phillips ambilight TV.



Thanks, will have a look

karljinx

Quick questions for any existing owners..1. If powered off and on at … Quick questions for any existing owners..1. If powered off and on at wall, does it automatically come on or do you need to push another button? 2. Same scenario, does it remember last colour used? Cheers! (Wondering how well it'd work with remote plugs like LightwaveRF and WeMo)



Yes it automatically comes on and yes it remembers the colour - so should work well with automated or remote on/off systems. Shame the Philips Hue set is so expensive or you could have used IFTTT logic to automate the entire set up, including colour selection, through the web.
Edited by: "BaronGazz" 14th Jul 2014

Not sure if expired, as other options still give you the price £14.99 direct from Amazon ?

Original Poster

This is not expired, Amazon price is on the right hand side and takes 8-9 days to deliver as it backdated.

Thanks!

BaronGazz

Yes it automatically comes on and yes it remembers the colour - so should … Yes it automatically comes on and yes it remembers the colour - so should work well with automated or remote on/off systems. Shame the Philips Hue set is so expensive or you could have used IFTTT logic to automate the entire set up, including colour selection, through the web.

Bought 2. Thanks

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