Phillips LivingColours Soundlight £8.73 (Prime) / £12.72 (non Prime) at Amazon
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Phillips LivingColours Soundlight £8.73 (Prime) / £12.72 (non Prime) at Amazon

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Found 5th Dec
Seems to be the cheapest its ever been.

  • Portable colour changing table lamp - paint your walls with eight different colours
  • Light up your kid's party, bring disco home; ideal birthday gift for your favourite friends
  • Colour changing lights match your music beats/rhythm - place it to next to your speaker and enjoy the magic
  • Three different settings possible with soundlight - select your favourite colour, automatic colour changing, sync with your music
  • Wall wash light - create the ideal ambiance in your room, choose a colour a day

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Looking at the video on Amazon this is great when playing the bongos at home. For this reason I'm in...
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anyone know if these are any good?

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dwl991 m ago

anyone know if these are any good?


I haven't got one myself but I've ordered one to be delivered tonight. Seems like its worth a go at such a price

I have one of these, they are excellent for a children’s room

Doesn’t light a room for say reading but gives a nice low light

Can it be used as a mood light by choosing a colour or does constantly change colour?

Anyone know if the battery compartment is held on with a screw?

Not mains powered and functions on 3 AA batteries. Despite the good price, it’s not for me. Heat added though.

Looking at the video on Amazon this is great when playing the bongos at home. For this reason I'm in...

xreecey34 m ago

I haven't got one myself but I've ordered one to be delivered tonight. …I haven't got one myself but I've ordered one to be delivered tonight. Seems like its worth a go at such a price


I bought one when higher in price. I really wouldn't bother. They are not good and emit hardly any light at all. They are not the same thing as the "mood lamp" in terms of specs.

dwl9936 m ago

anyone know if these are any good?



734 Amazon reviewers?

Alandure10 m ago

Not mains powered and functions on 3 AA batteries. Despite the good price, …Not mains powered and functions on 3 AA batteries. Despite the good price, it’s not for me. Heat added though.


Copied from Amazon questions (regarding power) -

Think we are confusing the 2 different light options here - sound light is battery operated, mood light mains powered.

It is NOT mains
Edited by: "alien" 5th Dec

It clearly says works with 3AAA batteries so not for me as well.

One of the answers on Amazon:

"It's not mains powered as suggested - I received it today and it takes 3 AA batteries, no plug supplied (and no port for power anyway!). It's going right back, it's pointless as a living room light for me as 3 AA batteries wont last long and can't be controlled by the sockets that feed other devices in the living room. "

dwl9951 m ago

anyone know if these are any good?


Mine is broke.. . Flickers all the time ! Good for discos

Bought for a night light

Bought 2 for stocking fillers!

Great find OP! TAKE SOME HEAT!!!

These are great lights but, unlike some others in the LivingColours range, they don't work with Hue.

Hmm this must have a dsp chip in it and a mic to listen for sound. I am tempted to get one to see what’s inside- link to a Raspberry PI project?

Editor

Awesome. Thanks OP, ordered one

Don't buy this it's the turkey of the range. The mood lamp is great, adapter powered, but not Hue, be warned!

Brilliant thank you,
Our friends have these and my wife loves them so another xmas surprise sorted!

I’m going to buy it! Do I need it though? No.

OneGloveOnTheFence3 h, 31 m ago

Anyone know if the battery compartment is held on with a screw?

Yes, it's held on by a small Philips screw.

Literally just jumped back up in price as I was looking at it, now saying £21.49. Maybe this was a pricing error?

Must have gone back up. Now 21.49 for me with prime.

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Cheers. Ordered two.

What are they?

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Coming up as £21.49 for me

Sure I've seen this for £6.66 on amazon last year, what put me off buying this is:

- battery operated (not USB)
- poor brightness (low lumens)
- only 8 colours

It might be perfect for some, but if it is not just right - consider the Philips Iris version (when it is on offer for less than £50)

Will be good for gifts :))

why has everyone posted all this rubbish go to get deal and its only 1 pound off full price it is not as advertised but is nearer double the price

I was going to buy now as it looks good. But I am not going to click the link as I have just read lots of comments on here saying these are no good, not mains powered, flickers etc.

I will pass

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dannyletchford1 h, 38 m ago

why has everyone posted all this rubbish go to get deal and its only 1 …why has everyone posted all this rubbish go to get deal and its only 1 pound off full price it is not as advertised but is nearer double the price


The offer expired

only 0.4 watts led so not going to give off very much light

Not coming up at this price for me - shows at £23.99 - is there some sort of code?

Me too...

Despatched. Seems to coming from Germany??!
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