Philips LivingColours mood lamp £97 @ Comet  (£67.15 with  B&Q Price Match)
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Philips LivingColours mood lamp £97 @ Comet (£67.15 with B&Q Price Match)

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Found 13th Jun 2009
Comet are selling these for £97. B&Q usually sell it for £79 which is probably the best price on the high street and not bad compared to online. This weekend B&Q have 15% off everything so price drops to £67.15.

I bought mine at Comet for the deal price because they have a price match within 10 miles of their stores as long as the retailer has stock. I had some Comet vouchers so was convenient and nearer.

I had a print off with all facts so very straight forward getting the price match i.e. B&Q, no. in stock etc. Even offered them the phone number if they wanted to check. Comet Manager was amazed at the price difference but didn't hesitate to alter their price.

Just need to wait until it gets dark to try it out!

Some details on spec

LED light with intuitive simple to use remote
Choose from 16 million colours to suit your mood
Colour loop option
Dimming features for colour brightness
Create an ambiance and atmosphere in your home
Paint your walls with colour
Long lifetime and low energy consumption

10 Comments

Down Brighton they dont have any in stock....However Homebase does and will price match. I bought mine for £70....

upload pics lets see how it looks

Amazon have a demo video. It looks way overpriced and the bulb goes you can't replace it.

I have this from the £57 Amazon offer. Wish I'd bought two, you can use one remote for several synchronised units. Heat added.

b&q and comet under same company...kingfisher group....they don't price match with each other...?

greatminds;5484119

Amazon have a demo video. It looks way overpriced and the bulb goes you … Amazon have a demo video. It looks way overpriced and the bulb goes you can't replace it.



Quote from a previous post on this subject - looks a reasonable response IMO:

LEDS **normally** have a life of around 100,000 hours.

So based on 6 hours per day (as an average):

100,000 hours / 6 hours = 16,666 days of use / 365 = 45 years!!!

joylove;5484404

I have this from the £57 Amazon offer. Wish I'd bought two, you can use … I have this from the £57 Amazon offer. Wish I'd bought two, you can use one remote for several synchronised units. Heat added.



£57 is a very good deal from Amazon and a search shows that the cheapest I can find is around £67 from them - as prices change on Amazon frequently, any chance of a link to show that they go that low as I might wait until they go to that price again, to like you, pick up a second as they're great. Many thanks.

Not a bad price OP and heat added.

HertzVanRental;5486210

£57 is a very good deal from Amazon and a search shows that the cheapest … £57 is a very good deal from Amazon and a search shows that the cheapest I can find is around £67 from them - as prices change on Amazon frequently, any chance of a link to show that they go that low as I might wait until they go to that price again, to like you, pick up a second as they're great. Many thanks.Not a bad price OP and heat added.



There was a fiver P&P, it was on here, but I can'r find the link now.

joylove;5486292

There was a fiver P&P, it was on here, but I can'r find the link now.



Thanks for the response. :thumbsup:

[QUOTE=HertzVanRental;5486210]Quote from a previous post on this subject - looks a reasonable response IMO:

LEDS **normally** have a life of around 100,000 hours.

So based on 6 hours per day (as an average):

100,000 hours / 6 hours = 16,666 days of use / 365 = 45 years!!!


It states on the website that the bulb will last for 8 years using the light for 2 or 3 hours a day

greatminds;5487264

[QUOTE=HertzVanRental;5486210]Quote from a previous post on this subject … [QUOTE=HertzVanRental;5486210]Quote from a previous post on this subject - looks a reasonable response IMO:LEDS **normally** have a life of around 100,000 hours.So based on 6 hours per day (as an average):100,000 hours / 6 hours = 16,666 days of use / 365 = 45 years!!!It states on the website that the bulb will last for 8 years using the light for 2 or 3 hours a day



Good spot - I found 8 to 10 years based on 1.5 hours usage per day on their website. Long enough life for me and in 10 years time surely the fashion would've changed - we'll be after some retro-bayonet type lightbulb system then! :w00t:
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