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Hive Active Light Bulb Starter Kit - £56 delivered at TK Maxx
Posted 9th JulPosted 9th Jul
THE HIVE Hive Active Light Bulb Starter Kit Stumbled across this. May help Someone out. Amazon used in the warehouse is £70 For dimmable smart bulbs you can control from your sma… Read more

I prefer tp-link as no hub. Also no real widgets for the bulb colour etc. With hive if you turn off at the switch you lose settings such as brightness and they're VERY bright by default. Tp-link you can choose to have a default on setting, or restore back to what it was turned off at.


I have this with a plug and hub, 2 bulbs. Sealed. I’ll happily sell


Yeah, I prefer hue but have both systems


Seems a great deal as it comes with the hub. Assume you could then use the hub to get smart heating kit too?

Novostella Wi-Fi Smart Bulb bayonet 7W/600lm 3-pack (or 9W 1 or 3-pack) for £27.99 using code delivered @ Ustellar-EU fulfilled by Amazon
12/07/2020Expires on 12/07/2020Posted 9th JulPosted 9th Jul
Great price for these Wi-Fi smart bulbs — B22 bayonets, 7W=60W halogen equivalent, 600 lumens, dimmable, tuneable, RGB, etc. — only £27.99 for three using the code SMARTBUL. You … Read more

Voted hot for RGBCW/6500K, I personally believe the 3x9W is a better choice. I would have gone for some, but I'm planning to change my ceiling light, so not sure if the new one will be Edison or Bayonet :/


Cheers op, had one of these and it works perfectly, was waiting for these to go on offer. Heat added.


I have a few and only issue I've had is one I have in the bedroom fitting didn't respond to the remote control and couldn't find it on the network so have to re-join it. It gave the red flash as normal then white light but one of the side lights had fail and I said to use the night setting on the remote.


These are great at first... but about 6+ months in they just do what they want. Turn on whenever they like no matter the time of day which is pretty crappy. It's like when you set up a schedule and you turn off the schedule it sticks with it anyway. Tried resetting them etc but the problem stills persists. I think I will replace them with some Xiaomi smart lamps.

IKEA Tradfri wireless dimming lighting kit (1000 Lumen) £5 instore @ Ikea Croydon
Posted 8th JulPosted 8th JulLocalLocal
The kit with the bulb and black ‘puck’ style dimmer is on clearance for £5. Not on their website anymore so assuming it’s national clearance so local stores may or may not have sto… Read more
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None in Bristol, FYI. Still hot tho :)


Yes they work with Hue but those dimmers are/were terrible. This bulb is fine for bedrooms or halls where you won’t want to change white temp.


Also in my experience the dimmer is also a piece of s*** so it's welcome they've updated it


Good price for the bulb which will work with SmartThings (and Hue I think) but that old style dimmer eats batteries XD (probably why they’ve updated it) Bulbs are fine though

Bosch 1987301074 H4 Bulb Cardboard Box - Double £8.12 at Amazon Prime / £12.61 Non Prime
Posted 8th JulPosted 8th Jul
Decent price for 2 "performance" bulbs. From reviews they look on par with osram nightbreakers. As with any high light output bulb longevity can be anything from 6month to about a… Read more
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Is this just a cardboard box weird title


Might also be worth adding H4 to the title?




bish, bash, BOSHHH (lol) (lol)


(lol) think a bit of editing needed

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Philips Hue White and Colour Ambiance Starter Kit: Smart Bulb 3x Pack LED [GU10 Spot] Includes, Bridge - £94.99 @ Amazon
Posted 8th JulPosted 8th Jul
NOT A BAD PRICE, 37% discount Cost is £130 at Currys. Lamps RRP are in the region of £49 each if purchased separately. Same day delivery with Prime

Garbage, old junk. deffo not the same as the £130 deal, hence the low price.


Only 3 more months sitting in the dark (pirate)


£69.99 last Black Friday and the year before. I'd wait for November.


these are the old style bulbs ( longer, colours not as good, especially greens) if your looking for these get the newest bulbs with Bluetooth on the box.


The only downside to this deal is it’s the older design, which isn’t as bright and the actual bulb is physically bigger, which I think some people had issues fitting inside some existing fixtures. Decent price still though, especially for someone new to Hue who needs the hub.

PHILIPS HUE Hue White & Colour Ambience Smart Lighting Starter Kit with Bridge B22/E27 +6 months Spotify Premium - £58.99 delivered @ Currys
Posted 8th JulPosted 8th Jul
Reduced further by £9 and comes with 2 years guarantee. + Free 6 month Spotify Premium subscription for new Premium accounts + Free delivery PHILIPS HUE Hue White & Colo… Read more
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Don't do it.. You start with a starter kit and before you know it 10 bulbs, 5 plugs, a hive thermostat and 3 IP cameras later... And it's only a bloody 2 bed house.. (lol) (lol) (lol) . Heated of course

TCP Smart WiFi Dimmable Warm White Filament LED Bayonet or Edison Screw 60W Light Bulb - No Hub Required for £6.93 @ Robert Dyas (free c+c)
Posted 7th JulPosted 7th Jul
Good value smart bulbs. Was £18.99, then £14.93 and now £6.93. Comes with 2 years warranty. Edison Screw 60W Light Bulb - No Hub Required or Bayonet 60W Light Bulb - No H… Read more
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Heat added...great price...I have the multi coloured bulbs and not had any issues with them(y)


Super price, OP, picked have some of these, easy to control through the app and save the use /need of a hub. Just a note connection to WiFi needs to be on 2.5ghz.


Seem to be in stoke just ordered


https://www.amazon.co.uk/TCP-Dimmable-Lightbulb-Control-Assistant/dp/B07PZGYCD7 I see it for 11.99 on Amazon


No sorry I just searched the title from rd

Philips Hue Starter Kit White 3 x E27 9 W + Hue Bridge V2 - £49.08 (£47 fee free) delivered @ Amazon France
Posted 7th JulPosted 7th Jul
Philips Hue Starter Kit White 3 x E27 9 W + Hue Bridge V2 - £49.08 (£47 with a fee free card) delivered @ Amazon France. Description Get started with the Philips hue Whit… Read more

Yeh good point that can get quite annoying


Don’t forget they will have an eu plug


really need to get the bridge so this is a good deal, but those fixed temperature bulbs arent really what I'm looking for...tough call.


£47.48 using Starling card (y)


They are just the warm white versions, no control over colour temperature. Don't appear to be Bluetooth

Amazon Echo Plus (2nd Gen) Premium sound (All colours)+Philips Hue White bulb E27 or Philips Hue White bulb B22 - £69.99 @ Amazon UK
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Premium sound with a built-in smart home hub Also, there's acccount specific code GIFT05 that knocks off £5 off over the order of £25. So, worth a try .. (y) This bundle … Read more

Got this for free from vodofone, it was fun first 3 days, then- there is just no need for it, music wise everyone wearing headphones, question wise- easier/faster/ more in depth to google in the phone, smart home wise- it easier and faster to lift bum and flick the switch...so only use for us is as wireless speaker when in mood. Sound is very good for this kind of device....


Does the hub on this work as well as the hue bridge?


Agree. Its a great deal just for the plus - can't believe they are throwing in a £15 hue bulb! Should be red hot.


It didn't work for me either, but I've used the "GIFT05" code once before - last week when it was first made available. So I justed logged into my wife's a Amazon account, applied the code at checkout (as I know she's not used that code before) and it worked; both the Echo Plus + a Hue Bulb for £64.99. Result. Selected no rush delivery so will get 2x £1 credit (one for each item) off future purchases too. 99% of the time it still comes the next day regardless of no rush selected.


It worked for me this morning

Xiaomi Connected LED Bulb Compatible with Alexa - £14.50 Amazon Prime / £18.99 Non Prime
Posted 6th JulPosted 6th Jul
Colour temperature adjustable between 1700 and 6500k. The lower temperature tinges with yellow giving off a warm shade perfect for relaxation. Higher temperatures emanate a cool … Read more

I've got 4 of these I've just replaced with Hue bulbs if anyone is interested. Only replaced then as I'm trying to 'standardise' my house and remove overlaping technologies (as I have Hue already)


Any good prices on the latest 1s model?


That was early days. You can pick servers from all over now. Defaults to Germany


I had a Yeelight but got cold feet about using it when I found out you logged-in to the Far East everytime a setting was changed or when it was turned on & off. No kidding


Yes I do everything through Alexa's voice commands and routines. For example, in my home office I have 8 bubls (office1, 2, 3,...8) and a group called Office. Alexa, office on: turns office lights on, all 8 bulbs. Alexa, office off: turns office lights on. Alexa, office red: turns office lights to red. Alexa, office sleep on: turns office 'sleep' scene on (you have to define a scene called 'office sleep' in the app and re-scan in the Alexa app before you can use a scene with voice commands/routines).

Kingston DataTraveler G4 - DTIG4/64GB USB 3.1 Gen 1/USB 3.0 G4 Flash Drive, 64 GB, Purple/White - £6.04(Prime ) / £10.53 non prime @ Amazon
Posted 3rd JulPosted 3rd Jul
Available in multiple colours by capacity Large, colourful loop easily attaches to key rings Practical cap protects the USB plug and your data Customisable with your logo and/or… Read more

Have a look here for good usb stick: https://usb.userbenchmark.com/


I always avoid DataTravellers after buying the G3. Terribly slow at writing. Its about a third to a quarter of the writing speed of my Lexar sticks.


I can't be 100% this is the same model as I have (Looks the same 64GB and white with purple) the one I have has performed brilliantly and unlike the cooler/smaller sandisk and samsung ones I also own has been my go to drive for boot media and file transfers, mainly as it's not so small that I can actually find the thing in my bag. I've no complaints over the performance either often copying 30+GB of WSUS offline media to it or a 2-4GB boot ISO.



£5.79 was in December 2019 prior to COVID-19 pandemic ;)

Philips Hue White Ambiance E14 LED Candle Extension - £14.99 Prime / +£4.49 non Prime @ Amazon
Posted 3rd JulPosted 3rd Jul
Cheapest it's ever been for a little while. I have 5 for my living room.. Might be a good deal for someone.
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£24.99 now


here they are


I got 4 from currys about 6w ago for about £65 , they wasnt on long, set a reminder on here and act fast.


Is it still the case that you need a bridge to communicate with a Google Home Mini? I currently use Sonoffs to control TVs/Lamps.


Can anyone recommend a colour e14 bulb that works with Apple HomeKit? I have Hue and Hive bridges too. Hue colour bulbs seem a bit pricey at pushing £40.

E27 Frosted Globe Edison Screw 100W Incandescent Equivalent - £6.50 Prime / £10.99 non Prime Sold by Fulighture LED & Fulfilled by Amazon
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Posted 2nd JulPosted 2nd Jul
50% off coupon available on E27 Frosted Globe Edison Screw 100W Incandescent Equivalent, Fulighture Ultra Bright 1000lm A60 11W LED Light Bulbs, 3000K Soft White, for Bedroom Livin… Read more
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Thanks OP. Ordered :)


Thanks. No criticism intended. I just wanted to know if you had any direct experience of this brand (Fulighture). I've no doubt the some foreign manufacturer are capable of making some (quite literally) shocking products but these, Fulighture, seem to have good reviews. Only 5 of their 43 branded product drop below 4 stars (avoid their corn-cob lights) so although there is some risk involved in buying Chinese goods I'm going to buy these.


Fair question. Sorry, my other explanation was removed (I don't know the reasons yet, but I certainly could have written my concern in a more constructive and less abrasive style.) These are not sold by Amazon. They are only "fullfilled" by Amazon. They are actually sold by a Chinese company, in China -- and I gather that is with whom your contract of sale is (at least, that's certainly what Amazon would claim.) As such, as far as I know, the seller can skip all regulatory requirements, which matter when it comes to high voltage things (type and quality of components used, maximum voltages of exposed components, minimum distances between high voltage parts and low voltage parts etc -- I'm not too knowledgeable about what the specific requirements actually *are* for mains voltage stuff to be honest!) Within a mains driven LED light, the LED is generally not connected directly across mains voltage, instead there is generally some circuitry involved to drop the higher voltage to a lower voltage, sometimes to make a nice and smooth voltage regulated DC current; unlike an old fashioned inefficient incandescent bulb, there's lots of bits to go wrong, and lots more components to fail if they're not of adequate quality, and possibly not made to fail in the right way (i.e. capacitors used as capacitive droppers, often used to drop mains voltage, must fail by progressively dropping their capacitance, so the electrical current in the circuit reduces, rather than simply shorting and putting full mains voltage across a part only designed for a lower voltage.) As an example. I've just been around the flat repairing some old night lights back to working condition again. They had gone unuseably dim over the years. They were bought in the UK from Wilko many years ago. They used a capacitor as a "capacitive dropper" to drop the mains voltage down, and those capacitors had almost completely failed -- but that's fine, they had failed in exactly the way they were supposed to -- in a SAFE way. Plus there was a few other safety features within the nightlights that meant failure = stop working. Don't get me wrong, I order electronic items direct from China regularly; including today.... a GPS module for my Pi - to let me have a go at making a Stratum 1 Time Server - delivered for under £3.50 - yes please! But these are low voltage, low current devices, of low risk, and I always consider safety and add extras to ensure safety if they're going to be running non stop. I hope this helps. Regards Julie


Exactly. Sold by a UK seller and therefore, if there's an issue, someone to sue if needs be, as it's Home Bargains that are responsible, as the importers, for making sure the items genuinely meet UK standards.


What makes you say they may be a safety hazard?

Philips LED E14 Small Edison Screw Mini Globe Light Bulb, 5.5 W (40 W) - £1 (Prime) / £5.49 (non Prime) at Amazon
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Posted 1st JulPosted 1st Jul
Can't go wrong for a quid delivered with prime (y)

I use these dimmable ses led candle bulbs from toolstation ... £2.98 each I believe or 4 for £7.98 https://www.toolstation.com/led-frosted-dimmable-candle-lamp/p76383


Cold purely for the badge ;)


Sorry guys all gone.


I've got the same thing, and yes I believe a dimmable bulb is required for the 3-step touch lamps. Mine's about the only lamp in the house which hasn't been upgraded to LED for that exact reason.


That's because people are dimming them, and they're not dimmable bulbs. The electronics don't like it.

PHILIPS HUE Hue White & Colour Ambience Smart Lighting Starter Kit with Bridge B22/E27 +6 months Spotify Premium - £67.99 delivered @ Currys
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Posted 1st JulPosted 1st Jul
On offer. + Free 6 month Spotify Premium subscription for new Premium accounts + Free delivery PHILIPS HUE Hue White & Colour Ambience Smart Lighting Starter Kit with Bridg… Read more
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I have an echo plus - does the hue hub offer anything extra over this?


These would seem to be the old (discontinued) non-Bluetooth bulbs ... for which the price is probably fair enough, rather than amazing!


Not at all. Generally ceiling fittings are b22 and so are older lamps. E27 will be lamps and fittings from IKEA. Worth doing a quick Google as there are 2 sizes of Edison and 2 of bayonet commonly in use in homes. Then whizz round and see what you have.


thanks, that was probably a stupid question but I don’t think I’ve changed any of my lights in the past 7+ years (lol)


B22 bayonet fitting E27 Edison screw fitting

Philips Hue Hue White and Colour Ambiance Mini Starter Kit B22, 10 W - £67.99 @ Amazon
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Posted 1st JulPosted 1st Jul
2 x White and Colour Ambiance B22 Twin Pack + 1 x Hue Bridge
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Must have sold out I’ll expire it now, cheers.


Showing as £115?


Those bulbs are Bluetooth.


Although that sounds like a bargain, I personally wouldn’t buy from Currys again unless it was life or death (bad recent experience and judging from the news I’m not alone) and the Spotify sounds great until you realise it’s new customers only which must eliminate a lot of people


The best deals on these included a Google Home Mini a while ago for the same price. Fingers crossed that deal appears soon.

3 x Philips Hue GU10 Ambience White - £30.97 using code + free Click and Collect at John Lewis & Partners
Posted 1st JulPosted 1st Jul
Currently John Lewis have a promotion on where you can get £35 off selected Philips Hue lights with a promo code PHILLIPSPROMO Before you vote cold or expire it for being or OOS p… Read more

No idea. I don’t make the app!


I did read the original post - Yea I know they restock I check hourly and have done since you did the post. 11 people are also checking hourly. As I said though why did I get a push notification today.


Because if you read the detail of this post new stock comes in daily. People have regularly been able to get orders placed and JL repeatedly add stock throughout the day each day.


No stock why did I just have it re pushed out to me via app?


Could you expend how? I’ve been using Alexa with mine and it breaks my heart to not have full iOS integration- I always thought amazon/google were investing more into this than Apple!

Wickes 5W GU10 Warm White LED GU10 Light Bulb - 5W 2 for £1 || 10 Pack for £5 (Free Collection) @ Wickes
Posted 29th JunPosted 29th Jun
Good price here for the LED Bulbs - works out 50p each. As always free collection can be done from the shops. Good Ratings Description Ideal for all household lighting. Th… Read more
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Bought 6 today, £3, click and collect, easy peasey. Fitted for use in a bathroom and they work fine. (y)




As said above avoid better bulbs else where for same money


Warm white ? Does that mean yellow


does any one knows if you can make them battery operated? If so, what would e process? thank you

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