Philips LivingColors Micro Colour Changing Mood Lamp - White £17.97 @ mymemory.co.uk
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Philips LivingColors Micro Colour Changing Mood Lamp - White £17.97 @ mymemory.co.uk

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Found 11th Jul 2013
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Can you imagine creating bright sunshine yellow to warm your soul, or romance in shades of red? Perhaps a pale leaf green to ease you into the evening? Choose a colour and let the LivingColors family light up your world in any shade you want. From soothing pastel shades to rich, intense colours.

Choose among 64 colours

Select your own favourite colour out of the 64 different colour options.

On-product control

By touching and swiping the colour strip on the product, you can very easily select every colour you like.

Elegant diffused light effect

All the different colours blend naturally into your interior because of the diffused light effect.

Light output 50 lumen

With the LivingColors Micro, which has a light output of 50 lumen, you can have a nice ambiance impact with a smaller, easy-to-place product. Just place the LivingColors Micro wherever you like and point it towards a light-coloured wall to get the full experience

Automatic colour changing mode

Just push the on/off button for 5 seconds and let the LivingColors Micro do all the work, showing you the whole range of colours.
Specification
Power consumption - 4.7 Watt
Light output - 50 Lumen
Operation - On-product control
Colour loop - Yes
Tags
Colour: White
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21 Comments

Excellent little light, bought it a couple two months ago and have left it ON ever since behind my TV alternating through all the colours. The throught of leaving it ON constantly had me a bit worried that it would keep me awake at night but never had any issues and makes watching TV quite pleasant, sort of the LED lights Philips had built in in their high end TVs. Anyway, excellent little light, with a large colour palatte.

Not quite a stellar deal as I first thought when the Mymemory flyer hit my inbox.

Although still cheaper than other places, the RRP seems somewhat inflated (even Philips own website has the RRP at £30 not £60) considering Amazon and all third party marketplace sellers are flogging them for £19.99.

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noiren

Excellent little light, bought it a couple two months ago and have left … Excellent little light, bought it a couple two months ago and have left it ON ever since behind my TV alternating through all the colours. The throught of leaving it ON constantly had me a bit worried that it would keep me awake at night but never had any issues and makes watching TV quite pleasant, sort of the LED lights Philips had built in in their high end TVs. Anyway, excellent little light, with a large colour palatte.



How fast does it cycle through colours? whats the slowest you can set it to? Obviously i dont want a disco behind my tv lol

ooh this would look nice behind my pc

I was just wondering - what kind of bulb does it take? How much will it last for and how much does the replacement costs?

I was thinking about using it as s night light for the little one - would it make sense?

Original Poster

I think it uses LED's STBwoo

decided to buy one any deals around for one in black as white would clash with everything i own

sunnygilluk

How fast does it cycle through colours? whats the slowest you can set it … How fast does it cycle through colours? whats the slowest you can set it to? Obviously i dont want a disco behind my tv lol



It cycles through the colours very smoothly, there are not sharp contrasting transitions like red to blue as such it's more like yellow to dark shade of yellow and so on so it feels very natural, as for changing the settings, I don't believe you can change the transition times on the entry version but I've never tried I cant say for sure.
Edited by: "noiren" 11th Jul 2013

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ordered for sons room thanks

noiren

Excellent little light, bought it a couple two months ago and have left … Excellent little light, bought it a couple two months ago and have left it ON ever since behind my TV alternating through all the colours. The throught of leaving it ON constantly had me a bit worried that it would keep me awake at night but never had any issues and makes watching TV quite pleasant, sort of the LED lights Philips had built in in their high end TVs. Anyway, excellent little light, with a large colour palatte.

Not saying this is good or bad, nice light for mood effect occasionally, for others information, this single lamp will cost one £40 of electricity leaving it on all year (though 5 watts). So in two months one has spent about £7. Not a lot on its own but there are easily 50 devices at home that cost 5 watts usage or standby so could cost one quite a bit all together 50X£40 = £200 if left on all the time. I have nearly all of mine on switched sockets.
Edited by: "splender" 11th Jul 2013

i have a couple in the bedroom and they were £20 each they are good for what they are i also have one of the big ones in the lounge but they are a hell of alot more money. I was about to post it myself if memory serves this is the cheapest they have been and from a decent retailer. I'm voting hot as i was going to post them and i own 2 so i cant really go cold, for the price they are great although not that bright but im comparing to the big remote control one.

noiren
can you remind me how you put it on colour change as i've forgot i know you drag your finger across and i thought you then pressed power but when i do it lately they turn off, just read keep your finger on the power for 5 seconds is that right? i know the big one you scroll.
Edited by: "polly69" 11th Jul 2013

sunnygilluk

How fast does it cycle through colours? whats the slowest you can set it … How fast does it cycle through colours? whats the slowest you can set it to? Obviously i dont want a disco behind my tv lol



They change every few seconds but its not like a disco as the colours flow one to another, yellow, orange, red purple and every shade in between and so on and its £18 you can't set the speed of change or the range of colours if you want those features you need the big one like (below)i have but i don't think that can do that i may be wrong i know you can adjust the brightness and if you have a few they will all change at the same time to the same colour. Take the plunge its the beat light for the best price im tempted to get another.

http://www.edenilluminazione.org/WebRoot/StoreIT/Shops/62033157/4AB7/8A8F/2D66/D4A3/8738/C0A8/28BC/568A/living_colors_black.jpg
Edited by: "polly69" 11th Jul 2013

If I wake up in a **** mood, will colour changing lamps make me feel happy lol ?

its beautiful

splender

Not saying this is good or bad, nice light for mood effect occasionally, … Not saying this is good or bad, nice light for mood effect occasionally, for others information, this single lamp will cost one £40 of electricity leaving it on all year (though 5 watts). So in two months one has spent about £7. Not a lot on its own but there are easily 50 devices at home that cost 5 watts usage or standby so could cost one quite a bit all together 50X£40 = £200 if left on all the time. I have nearly all of mine on switched sockets.



Dude, it's 5W, a few LEDs! Think torches! Be rational.

If all energy costs were equal (which they are not) you are saying that this dinky little thing burns the same amount of energy in a year as a £40 tank of petrol that carries the weight of a family car (1.5 ton), your dumb a**, an unfortunate wife, couple of fat kids, and a shaggy dog, from London to Manchester. Does that even sound about right?!

This costs around 50p a month to run 24/7, or £6 for the entire year. Do your own maths here:
UK Electricity Running Costs Calculator
Edited by: "bankbandit" 12th Jul 2013

SAJDEHGAR

its beautiful



http://img.pandawhale.com/46316-Its-beautiful-WnKi.jpeg

I have 2 in my bedroom, nice soft lighting. Hot!

Its £20.98 now :-(

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Is the brightness of this enough to illuminate a room so that you can read a book?
Can you keep it on one color setting?
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