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Twenty percent off your first Hue bulbs through Philips
13/05/2018Expires on 13/05/2018Found 10 h, 3 m agoFound 10 h, 3 m ago
This is a fantastic saving on these Hue bulbs
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I got a code, probably because I'm signed up with Philips/Hue sites - Don't ask which, the emails just roll in.


If you click on products on the site the status changes to out of stock to available - maybe some teething issues in the website


I got an email from them giving me a unique one use code. Not sure it’s universally available.


Details? Also almost all says out of stock

TP-link Smart Plug HS110, WiFi bulb and Pan Tilt camera NC450 all reduced @ Tesco (Danestone)
LocalLocalFound 17 h, 48 m agoFound 17 h, 48 m ago
Tesco Instore have some, not all TP-Link products reduced. This is Tesco Extra Danestone, could be other stores too. WiFi Bulb £6.25 Smart plug hs110 £8.75 Pan and tilt camera NC4… Read more

Only larger stores are likely to have stock. For reference, none in Weston-Super-Mare.


I bit.... nothing in my local Kingston Park!! Worse still I was only after a bulb!!!! ;(


Nothing Tesco gillingham


NC450 barcode is 6835364095208 HS110 is 6935364094287 For anyone with access to the Tesco Employee App.


Only 4 bulbs on the shelf. I did buy the last camera and 3 plugs. Been holding out from all the Amazon deals. Don’t need bulbs as I’m full hue in the house. Inverurie doesn’t stock any of the 3.

Get 2 x Philips Hue Colour Bulbs, Philips Hue Bridge & Google Home Mini for £129.99 @ Argos
01/05/2018Expires on 01/05/2018Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
Works with E27 - B22 - E14 - GU10 Bundle offer - scroll to the bottom of the page and click where it says 'Special Offer and Frequently Bought Together' This isn't as great as wh… Read more
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Got it thanks!


It's a good deal, just a shame the £99.99 for the same deal that was on a couple of weeks ago is no longer still going

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Flower bulb packs reduced to £1 at Bunnings in Newmarket including dahlia, freesia
LocalLocalFound 15th AprFound 15th Apr
Flower bulb packs reduced to £1 at Bunnings in Newmarket including dahlia (x2), freesia, lots of others but I didn't note them sorry.

Yeah, the Aussie company took over Home based a couple or so years ago and started to rebrand. They are regretting that already.


Same company


Same price in homebase :/

Corsair 650 Watt VS650 - refurb but cheap and cheerfull £34.99 @ Scan (+£4 del or free C&C)
Found 15th AprFound 15th Apr
budget psu, great for tight budget build,Great place to buy from, there are also other lower watt psu`s on refurbs cheaper here as well
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12m warranty, so steal at this price. Heat


refurb of an already dodgy line of PSUs how hard up do you have to be?


CWT psu's are dire, I bought one as a temporary one whilst my far better superflower was in for RMA. I got 1 month out of it before it randomly would switch my PC off. Despite being a 650w it couldnt power 2 samsung 850 ssd's i57600k and a gtx1070.


Cheaply made PSU, don't skimp on the power supply, get something from the Tier 2 or Tier 1 list.


Would you buy one if they have so many returns. It' saying something.

TP-Link LB110 WiFi Smart Bulb @ Amazon £19.99 prime / £23.98 non prime
Found 15th AprFound 15th Apr
Cheapest It been for a while. Looks like there's also a buy 2 get 15% off showing. Good quality bulbs. I own 7!

My bulb is in a lamp that is always switched on. I only turn the bulb on and off through the app.


The difference between these and Hue/Hive/Ikea Tradfri etc is these are straight WiFi so you don't need a specific hub. You just log them onto your existing WiFi. They're 2.4GHz 802.11b/g/n WiFi with tiny aerials. (Make sure you use the app to update the bulb firmware, it apparently solves reliability issues for some people. And make sure your router doesn't automatically change wifi channel!) Unless you've got an enterprise-grade WiFi set-up at home, you'll likely hit issues if you start having a lot of these bulbs. If you just want one or two bulbs, it's a reasonable choice if you've got good WiFi at home. If you are putting more than a couple of bulbs into your setup, you're probably better of switching to Hue etc. You'll get better reliability and lower total cost with Hue (if you buy twin-packs when they're on 3 for 2).


Is that after turning them off at the switch?


My Hive bulbs remember the last setting I set them at.


I bought two of these bulbs a while back and they worked most of the time initially, although Alexa would regularly say "lights isn't responding". I updated the firmware to the latest version (which made absolutely no difference), I tried resetting the bulbs several times, re-booted my router etc. Now, several weeks later the will probably work for and hour or two. I can dim the lights and watch TV, but when it is time for bed I say "Alexa lights off" only to be told every time...."sorry lights isn't responding". I would advise people to look elsewhere if you don't want to turn the lights on and of manually every day.

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Philips Hue White & Colour Ambience GU10 Bulb - Amazon Prime £36.95
Found 14th AprFound 14th Apr
1 x 6.5 W GU10 Spot Light Bulb Great if you just need a single - rather than having to wait for a 3for2 deal - and cheapest it’s ever been on Amazon.

These are lamps and NOT bulbs.


Shows how tired I was this morning after work. Think wires were crossed as I was saying about changing the lampholder not the switch but when you said about the neutral I'm not even thinking there is one. Haven't seen hue in real life as although it seems like a good security measure it's far too much money (at this price) for me to consider for daily convenience, especially when from comments here I know it's all undone if someone turns the switch off. Although I'll admit if £10 I may try one as a gimmick, still don't like the idea of a device listening or possibly recording every conversation in a room. Also wonder how much energy is used when in "standby" with lamp off and what happens when there's a power cut as I remember one type of lamp turns on at full brightness on return of power, not what you want at 3am or when you are away.


I've read xiaomi do the aqara switches in both live and neutral and just live options. Trying to find our more about it but a few people have mentioned them on the smartthings forum.


How do you propose to power a device with only a live wire? If such a device existed, Hue wouldn't sell many units at all.


Just like those with watches that cost over £100

Philips Hue White and Colour Ambience 10W (Richer Colours) E27 bulb £39.95 Sold by Vendable Ltd and Fulfilled by Amazon
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
20% off normal price (£49.99) Sold by Sold by Vendable Ltd and Fulfilled by Amazon

I presume he was making a 'joke', everyone takes things so literally on this site


You need to learn how hukd works This is a normal price, not even a deal so don't vote hot if you don't know


Will that one be able to work with home automation and generate almost any colour? Quite a strange comparison.


Were just couple of days ago on 2 for 3 deal, on amazon. Got 3 double packs, resulting in about 23 each. They are quite often on deals.


Have some heat off me!

10% off TP-Link Smart Products (WiFI LED Bulb now £26.99 / HS110 Smart Energy Plug £31.49 / HS100 Smart plug £26.99) with code @ Currys
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
Some nice discounts for TP-Link products over at Currys, with 10% off current prices with the below code this weekend only. Had a quick look and these seem to be the cheapest aroun… Read more
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Xiaomi Yeelight doesnt require a hub is 600 lumens TP-Link lb110 doesnt require a hub and is 800 Lumens


Is this better than the Philips xiaomi wifi bulbs?

Maplin LED GU10 4.7W Bulb (10 Pack) £5.70 @ Maplin (Free Delivery over £10 Or Click & Collect)
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
these seemed like a bargain for what your getting • Low wattage LED bulb saves energy • 345 lumen output • GU10 light fitting used in 240V spotlights • Not for use in dimmers • 1… Read more
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Thanks op ordered 2 packs.


I’ve got these and they are very bright have a very wide angle so don’t look like a spotlight, surpassed my expectations


This ‘20 pack’ is £11.40


the Wickes 20 packs are still £13 , only c & c though , might help https://www.wickes.co.uk/Wickes-LED-Light-Bulb---5W-GU10---Pack-of-20/p/142979


cant answer fully but it says "Providing a 36-degree beam angle, this bulb will give the same output as a halogen, in a natural, neutral white colour, this bulb is ideal for a more contemporary lighting effect, ideal for bathrooms and kitchens. It provides a clean, modern, slightly more blueish coloured white."

Phillips Hue Bridge, 2 Phillips Hue Single Bulbs and a Google Home Mini £138.99 @ Currys instore
08/05/2018Expires on 08/05/2018LocalLocalFound 11th AprFound 11th Apr
Just been into Currys and see this advertised. Phillips Hue Bridge, 2 Phillips Hue Single Bulbs and a Google Home Mini - Was £198.93, now £138.99
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Fair enough! OP should definitely add that detail


look at the advert and the product codes. type them in the search on the currys website https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/smart-tech/smart-tech/smart-home/philips-hue-bridge-2-0-10138722-pdt.html#srcid=11026 https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/smart-tech/smart-tech/smart-home/philips-hue-colour-wireless-bulb-e27-10152878-pdt.html#srcid=11026 https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/smart-tech/smart-tech/smart-home/google-home-mini-chalk-10171098-pdt.html#srcid=11026 https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/smart-tech/smart-tech/smart-home/philips-hue-white-colour-ambience-wireless-bulb-b22-10159490-pdt.html#srcid=11026


How do you know these are colour? In the photo the colour bulbs are shown as a different offer at £159


Thats white only though....


https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/smart-tech/smart-tech/smart-home/philips-hue-white-colour-ambience-wireless-bulb-b22-10159490-pdt.html Appears to be colour. "Save £60 when you purchase two Philips Hue B22 bulbs with a Philips Hue Bridge and Google Home Mini"

Philips Hue White Single LED E27 Light Bulb, Works with Alexa, 9.5 W @ Amazon - £10.75 Prime / £14.74 non-Prime
Found 9th AprFound 9th Apr
Not as cheap as Maplin, but not as much of a wild goose chase. The price has dropped a bit more. Good if you’re just looking for a single bulb.
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Yep decent price, lowest it's been is £9.99:


I doubt it would work without the hue bridge


without any hue bridge or anything? that is perfect! I have been calling them since morning and being bounced between their technical and sales team and nobody has the information.


Yup my hive app found it no problem.


Will this connect with hive hub?

Philips Hue White B22 Twin Pack Smart Bulbs - Now down to £17.49
LocalLocalFound 9th AprFound 9th Apr
Overview Compatible with Amazon Echo, Google Home & Apple HomeKit Control your lights from anywhere using the Philips Hue app 2 Year warranty Still stock available to coll… Read more
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That's very promising indeed. I appreciate your reply.


Read this link matey, looks and sounds promising! https://www.reddit.com/r/tradfri/comments/6vcnzv/hue_bulbs_can_now_also_be_paired_with_ikea/


I’m not sure buddy, I could do with borrowing a bulb from someone to test the theory! Might order one from Amazon and send it back if it doesn’t work.


Hi, do you know if Philips hue bulbs are compatible with the IKEA hub? I just purchased the IKEA hub recently with some GU10 bulbs. Now IKEA are not selling E14 bulbs which I need desperately so am thinking about trying a Philips hue E14 instead. Thanks, Steve


If you don't mind me asking, do you know if Philips hue bulbs work with IKEA tradfri gateway/hub? FYI I called IKEA today to ask about the E14 bulb and the fact that no IKEA has stock of said bulb and they told me that the E14 bulb was recalled due to safety concerns.

Xiaomi Yeelight YLDP06YL RGB Smart Light Bulb 10W E27 - New Version £15.49 @ Zapals
Found 9th AprFound 9th Apr
I have got the 1st Gen for a while, they are working great. So the 2nd should be better. £15.49 for a smart RGB light bulbs is much cheaper then Philip Hue. It also need no hub to… Read more
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Thanks for the info



it is for me too tbh. It's such a shame as it's on the verge of being a brilliant product but the learning curve is way too steep to be adopted en masse. For instance the thing i'm currently stuck on is passing events from my Samsung Smartthings Hub (which is a Zigbee and Zwave radio receiver) to Home Assistant. You have to create something called an MQTT server, an MQTT broker and then write the configuration code inside Home Assistant to reference the Smartthings items. I think I've done the MQTT server and broker bit, but then failed at the final hurdle


I'd love to get into home assistant but its too complicated for me.


I have a Xiaomi Aqara Zigbee button (found it on here for ~£5 a while ago) which I plan to hook up to my Samsung Smartthings and have it "synced" to my Home Assistant. Sounds like a pain, and tbh it is. I think it'll be worth it though to prove the concept of pressing one button to turn off all my stuff as I go to bed including lights.

Philips Hue White Single LED E27 Light Bulb 9.5W @ Amazon - £11.89 Prime / £15.59 non-Prime
Found 8th AprFound 8th Apr
Currently 20% off the normal price (£14.99)

Might be, it can solve a few headaches depending on what you want to achieve. You don’t need the tradfri gateway you can just add the tradfri bulbs to the smartthings gateway. Seeing as you can add disparate manufacturer stuff to smartthings they can then be easily tied together to work across platforms. Example, say you have google home speaker and you want to be able to tell it to control your lights. Ikea TRÅDFRI doesn’t work with google home (or didn’t when I last looked at it). But smartthings works with google home and so creates that bridge to send simple instructions from google home voice commands to the bulb or groups of bulbs


Hi, I have read on the reddit forums for tradfri (where there are Ikea TRÅDFRI support responding also) of people saying they have done this. But I haven’t done it myself.


Hi, I don't suppose you know if Philips hue bulbs are compatible with the IKEA hub do you. I have an IKEA hub and really would like to have a smart bulb (E14) in one of my lamps but IKEA don't sell E14 bulbs at present which is rather annoying. I have a sneaking suspicion that Philips hue bulbs may be compatible but need clarification before I go ahead and waste £30 on a bulb.


Is smartthing better


Ikea ones retain their setting if the power is switched off. I like the way their cheap on off switches also has a dimmer function by simply rotating it. I’ve since read the ikea bulbs and kit are zigbee devices so if you don’t have Philips hue yet you can bypass a hue setup and connect them all directly to a smartthings gateway. There’s videos on that too

Philips Hue Personal Lighting Wireless Dimming Kit, 1 x 9.5 W Hue White E27 Bulb, 1 x Dimmer Switch, Works with Alexa - £23.99 @ Amazon
Found 7th AprFound 7th Apr
Philips Hue Personal Lighting Wireless Dimming Kit, 1 x 9.5 W Hue White E27 Bulb, 1 x Dimmer Switch, Works with Alexa



The on button will switch between scenes so press on once will resume last scene. Press again to cycle through your scenes. I think u can have 4 or 5 set to 1 dimmer switch. Yeah the prices are crazy but if uve got the bug, Ull pay it


Interesting.... So the 'scene' button is a different button to the on/off button? If so, I could work with that. Could also set up motion sensors so light goes off if no movement detected after x minutes. Problem is the price of the candle e14 bulbs and spotlight style bulbs (GU10?) that are so expensive. I've got 8 spotlights and 6 lights on chandelier just in front room (lol) (lol)


U could have them set to separate scenes. So press on once to just have your spot lights Press on again (switches scene) just your chandelier Press on again and have both sets come on


Thanks for the response. If I have 8 spotlights and also a chandelier in a room, can one switch product control both sets of lights separately? So the spotlights would be controlled together (on/off) and the chandelier would have one control (on)/off). Would I need to buy 2 sets of switches?

Hue Starter Set E27 Bulbs & Bridge £34.99 at Very - Free c&c
Found 7th AprFound 7th Apr
This is a great price for just the bridge on its own. I know the bulbs are the basic Hue ones, but this is a good price as the RRP is around £59.99, Currys & Apple selling this… Read more

Just had the refund confirmed


Yep - had the same offered. Took a long time, but we got there. Thanks OP!


I called Very last Wednesday after I picked up my order from the Post Office to complain about having been sent the wrong item. I've just had a call back today from someone at Very; they called to apologise for sending me the wrong product and advised it was due to a supplier issue alongside a technical fault on the website. They offered to send me the item that I had originally wanted and price match what I was expecting to have paid for it, £34.99. Should expect to receive it on Wednesday 18th - they also arranged for a return of the sensor they sent in error.


I got the motion sensor. Being sent right back. Idiots.


there is a return slip in the bag it came in, I just took mine back to the collect+ place it was easy

Philips Hue White Ambiance (E27) Twin Pack £42.38 at Amazon
Found 7th AprFound 7th Apr
Normally £49.99. Ideal wake up light - mimic sunrise and sunset for a natural wake up/go-to-sleep rhythm Wi-Fi controllable smart LED lights with pre-set light recipes to help … Read more

They come with a 2 year warranty anyway, so it doesn't matter where you buy them from.


Have some heat as these are never on deal and at least you will get a warranty from amazon unlike maplin..


£39.99 & in stock at Maplin at the moment

2 x Philips Hue Colour Bulbs, Philips Hue Bridge, + Google Home Mini for £99.99 @ Argos
Found 6th AprFound 6th Apr
Good bundle price at Argos. Available for E14, E27, B22 & GU10 colour bulbs.
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It was oos at my store So I made an order online on friday to collect on monday But its still processing for the bulbs and hue bridge Does anyone experience the same issue?


Yes, I reserved them Friday night. I should have been clearer in my post, apologies. I had to show the emails in store to help the staff in both stores but was easy enough


Another advantage of not needing to use light switch's is that it reduces your cleaning (y)


Did u reserve them before you went to the store?


Many thanks op for this, much appreciated. Managed to pick myself up two full sets, sadly from different Argos stores. The self service price wasn't discounted but in both stores, the sales assistant told me, I'd pay the reserved price, not the instore price. I even watched one of them over-ride the prices on the til. Got the spare bridge and mini's on ebay now. Could end up being a superb bargain, many thanks again :)

Extra 25% off some Philips Hue bulbs at Maplin, including E14 colour for £29.99
Found 6th AprFound 6th Apr
Extra 25% off flash sale at Maplin. Includes: White Ambience GU10 @ £17.99 White Ambience E14 @ £17.99 White & Colour Ambience E14 @ £29.99 White Ambience E27 or B22 @ £17.99 W… Read more
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Ur imagination would be your limitation


I use OpenHAB, and have an almost fully automated home (highfive) ...until I move and have to do it all again. You’re right about an addiction though. I’m predominantly z-wave, hue and Somfy blinds. The Ring doorbell is the only thing that fails me, and falls out of my openHAB ecosystem, due to lack of API :(


I would be interested to hear what smart things can add to the Hue experience


Now move to smart things to really take advantage of what hue can do for u. And start a new addiction..


Hardcore! (strong)

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