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Phillips Hue Go 2.0 (on Amazon Treasure Truck) - £41.99
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Phillips Hue Go 2.0 (on Amazon Treasure Truck) - £41.99

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With the new and improved Philips Hue Go 2.0’s 16 million colours and 7 light settings, it's easy to switch up your lighting and mood to help you feel more energised, focused and ready to tackle the day. Use it as a centrepiece for a romantic dinner or to create an outdoor ambiance. Unlike the previous Philips Hue Go, you don’t need to purchase the Hue Bridge, simply take it out of the box, plug it in, and connect to the Bluetooth app (controls up to 10 lights) to create a personalised light experience.

Brighten your mood with Natural White Light, relax with Meditation or take it easy with a Sunday Coffee setting. The Philips Hue Go 2.0’s integrated battery provides up to 2-3 hours of cordless normal light for you to enjoy anywhere, anytime. It’s also compatible with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, so you can control your lighting at the sound of your voice, as well as at the touch of a button through your smartphone.
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Ordered, I have the hue go 1 and love it, this is a really good price
Some might also get a £5 first time customer discount voucher if they're lucky (account specific I think). My colleague got a voucher whereas I didn't :/
Apparently new signups with txt alerts should get a £5 discount voucher for their first order but it hasn't worked for me yet:

hotukdeals.com/dea…160
I have 2 Hue Go lights. One of them failed. Wouldn't power via battery. Phillips replaced no problem, out of warranty. Sending me a new one. These lights are expensive, but the support is good.
casasteve31/10/2019 09:28

Apparently new signups with txt alerts should get a £5 discount voucher …Apparently new signups with txt alerts should get a £5 discount voucher for their first order but it hasn't worked for me yet:https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/5-off-first-treasure-truck-purchase-before-dec-31st-2019-3222160


Worked for me. I wish I could pick one up, but the times don't work for me
I want one for my little one's nursery but it's a bit of an extravagance, so I don't think I'll get it past the wife on our tight budget.
casasteve31/10/2019 09:20

Some might also get a £5 first time customer discount voucher if they're …Some might also get a £5 first time customer discount voucher if they're lucky (account specific I think). My colleague got a voucher whereas I didn't :/


GIFT05 is the code
Hate the idea of this Treasure Truck.
I buy from Amazon because I am lazy.
Not showing up in my area 😣
Ahhh would've loved this but can't make it to my local pickup in Leeds at the time specified 😥
Never generally use it on battery (but it is great in a power outage) but these make fantastic night lights/wake-up lights of you have a Hue bridge.
fazered31/10/2019 10:21

Never generally use it on battery (but it is great in a power outage) but …Never generally use it on battery (but it is great in a power outage) but these make fantastic night lights/wake-up lights of you have a Hue bridge.


It says no bridge required on this model.
mikeyp31/10/2019 10:57

It says no bridge required on this model.


I think that's right, but you can make the most out of it if you do have a bridge
Istanbul_Kop31/10/2019 09:34

I have 2 Hue Go lights. One of them failed. Wouldn't power via battery. …I have 2 Hue Go lights. One of them failed. Wouldn't power via battery. Phillips replaced no problem, out of warranty. Sending me a new one. These lights are expensive, but the support is good.


Same happened with my air fryer, way out of warranty but excellent customer service and sent out new model after sending old one back.
dipsylalapo31/10/2019 11:02

I think that's right, but you can make the most out of it if you do have a …I think that's right, but you can make the most out of it if you do have a bridge


Presumably you can set timers without the bridge though right?
Still work with HomeKit I assume without the need of the hub?
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