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Eufy Lumi Stick-On Night Light, Warm White LED, Motion Sensor, Compact, 3-pack
Posted 3 h, 12 m agoPosted 3 h, 12 m ago
About this item IDEAL LIGHTING: Provides the right amount of glare-free lighting to guide you in the dark. AUTOMATIC ILLUMINATION: When light sensor perceives darkness, motion sens… Read more

The 2nd iteration are worth the few extra quid over these.


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GloBrite Colour-Changing LED Moon Lamp with Remote Control £10 + £1.99 Delivery at Groupon
Posted 21 h, 45 m agoPosted 21 h, 45 m ago
This is the 10cm model with Remote Control and 16 colours. Also available is the Touch Control model for £10.98 but you can get that on Amazon for £9.99 delivered. Video is the To… Read more

A rarely seen offer........once in a.........


Thank you. Good to hear its working well. (y)


My little girl uses the touch one as a night light. Really nice lighting. Might get the coloured one for my son. Good find op.

Bulb Boy 79p @ Google Play Store
Posted 23rd MayPosted 23rd May
One gloomy night, Bulb Boy wakes suddenly from a frightening nightmare to discover that evil has overshadowed the Bulbhouse. His family has disappeared and there are horrid monster… Read more
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This is the only mobile game I ever bothered to complete. Its pretty cool

3 pack Sengled + Hub, Alexa E27 (GU10) Smart Bulbs LED Compatible with Echo & Google Assistant, £21.78 delivered
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Posted 23rd MayPosted 23rd May
At £7 a bulb, this seems a great price regardless you get E27 or GU10. Not very clear what bulbs you will receive. The pictures show GU10, the product info the same, while the titl… Read more
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In fairness I'm not in the situation whereby I have to rely on many smart bulbs, so don't face congested frequencies. At last count though, we had 50+ WiFi enabled devices and we're yet to struggle on a BT mesh with router turned off. The archer and bt routers preceding it didn't have any issues either on solely 2.4GHz and mixed with 5GHz later on. Most smart home devices are 2.4GHz in my anecdotal experience. I do wonder where - if at all - someone has too many WiFi smart devices for their home router and it's causing real issues. For us, we buy smart light switches, as we have a new build with neutral wires in the light sockets. So a kitchen with 14 GU10 bulbs or bedroom with 8 GU10 bulbs can be served with a single Sonoff smart switch to each room for £10-£15 each. Lucky for me I suppose! No dimming, temp or colour control, but I think most likely, people who benefit the most are niche and possibly not using those feature sets all the time. If a standard ZigBee protocol can be developed that serves a multitude of devices, sure, I'll sign up if needed. But right now, it's a bit more miss than hit and people stick to a single ecosystem, whether that's Philips or otherwise for combined feature sets etc.


Most people call their internet connection "WiFi" and wouldn't know an IP address from a subnet mask. More than a couple have their routers behind their TV and complain their "Internet is slow". If they're short on physical ethernet ports, they can pick up a switch for £7 on Amazon or get metal gigabit one from Asda for £15. More devices using a wifi channel, the slower that wifi channel is for all devices. A slight oversimplification, but a generally accurate one. People aren't using Wi-Fi 6 smart bulbs. Most are 802.11ac at best. Zigbee is a superior choice generally for bulbs from every perspective. They aren't on the same channel as your WiFi (when configured correctly), they use less power (both in a wattage and decibel sense), they mesh effectively (which works brilliantly). We've got about 20 smart bulbs in the house, and 20+ other directly IP-connected devices. Could we have used all WiFi bulbs? Yes. Would it have been a sensible choice? No. Should most people use WiFi bulbs if they're putting in more than a handful bulbs? Generally no.


I've expired this, don't want to help them generate sales. Within 6-7 hours, the price hiked gradually from £18.50 to £24, this is a joke. The price was £18.50 since days ago. At every hour after I've posted this, they put the price up more or less by £1. May still be an OK price, but I don't like these practices, they did the same with the 2 pack E27.


They're fine for in excess of 100+ devices wirelessly in plenty of standard routers. You'll still have plenty of traffic going to/from the router from mobile devices etc via the hub. Find me a house with 150+ WiFi devices running simultaneously being the norm. Then find me an example of where a hub solves this instantly. Hardly any homes have that many devices. Those that do will provision for it. Most people would rather one of the four ports on their ISP provided router weren't consumed.


Now you're really showing your ignorance, it's the huge amount of extra traffic through the router that affects it, not what's in the airwaves, and many consumer grade routers just can't cope with a very large number of devices.

Hive Light Dimmable Smart GU10 Bulb 4.8W - 6 Pack, White - £57 @ Amazon
Posted 22nd MayPosted 22nd May
Beats the total Argos price as it's free delivery with Amazon. Product Description Our smart spotlights are long-lasting, energy efficient and a great way to help you save in th… Read more
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Dunno (confused)


Why so cold?


Which one? The BG one was end of last year and expired in late Jan. Guessing it'll come back in due course. The Amazon one for £105 is here:


Any links bud to that offer?


The 10 pack is £105ish (6 pack is £99) so a good price. Even with the previous 50% British Gas offer that would have been £95 so not too bad. Edit: Just realised I purchased the 6 pack cool white with BG offer for £49.50 so maybe not that great a price.

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Hiro app - hue starter discounts E.G Philips Hue Mini Starter Kit, E27 & Smart Plug £99.99 @ Philips Shop
15/08/2020 at 15:01Expires on 15/08/2020 at 15:01Posted 22nd MayPosted 22nd May
How to Claim Hue x Hiro discount It’s easy to claim, just follow our 3-step plan: get the app, get the code, get the tech. Download the ‘Hiro’ app for iOS or Android, create an ac… Read more



Shame there isn't a bundle without the bridge.


used it, works great. best deal on hue I've ever seen. didn't actually need the hub, but i bought a few kits to switch on (haha) my mates to smart home as well. and yeah the credits are only for hiro. your buying these directly from philips even though you need the code from the hiro app.


Expires on 15th August supposedly


Cool! This discount is huge - probably better than Black Friday on Amazon! I wonder how long this will last?

Hive Active Light Tuneable GU10 Bulb - 6 Pack £74.95 Delivered @ Argos
Posted 22nd MayPosted 22nd May
Hive Lights are brilliant for giving you a little extra peace of mind while you're away. Make it seem like someone's home by setting lighting schedules. Or with Mimic mode, include… Read more



It’s the warm to cold range, rather than the brightness.


Sorry, but what does tuneable mean? Is that different to dimmable?


Are these in the sale, reduced or is this the normal price. Who knows?


Anyone know what the beam angle and lumens output of these are?

Philips PL-Q GR10Q 4 Pin Compact Lamp 28W/830/4P - Fluorescent [Energy Class A] £1.60 (Prime) / £6.09 (non Prime) at Amazon
Posted 22nd MayPosted 22nd May
Philips PL-Q GR10Q 4 Pin Compact Lamp 28W/830/4P - Fluorescent for £1.60 Prime Flat bulb shape for stylish, modern fittings GR10q 4 Pin Cap Base Saves energy … Read more

Couldn't have been worse for me. I had to buy a more expensive one last week. (mad)


I replace alot of these . I normally pay £3.99 each Excellent price.


Typical, I need 2 pin (lol)


Mine is 4 pin ones


Philips Hue White and Colour Ambiance Starter Kit: Smart Bulb 3x Pack LED [B22 Bayonet Cap] £94.99 Amazon
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Posted 22nd MayPosted 22nd May
Description Product Description Introducing the Philips hue starter kit – discover the simplest way to get started with smart lighting. Connect your Philips hue lights to the bridg… Read more
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No worries. Never pay full price though!


This is very helpful, thank you so much


Theyre very bright and go very dim too. 800 lumens. Recommended!


£119.99 now...


Apologise my ignorance but anyone can tell me how bright those bulbs are? Or how I can compare them to regular bulls?

Philips Hue E14 Candle White and Colour Twin Pack £34.29 Used Like New @ Amazon
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Posted 21st MayPosted 21st May
Set the mood with the Philips Hue White & Colour Ambience Wireless Bulbs , which offer 16 million colours. Play with light to create a relaxing evening atmosphere or turn up t… Read more

sweet cheers for the ebay tip.


Deal available on ebay for brand new ones!


Anyone know if these are Richer Colours? Is that still something to look out for are are they all RC by standard now?




Usually you can find the bridges on eBay.

PHILIPS HUE Hue White Ambiance Wireless Bulb Twin Pack - E14 £31.99 delivered at Currys PC World
Posted 21st MayPosted 21st May
Top features: - Create the perfect ambience for any mood with this twin lightbulb pack - Philips Hue app lets you control and automate lights - Connect with other smart dev… Read more

You could say it’s a bright idea.


Resale value - now that’s enlightening! :-)


Is there a second hand market for Hue bulbs? I'd not sell mine. I wonder who does


£3 more for the colour version at Amazon. You’d be daft not to get those ones, if nothing else for the potential resale value.


If you want the colour there is an amazing deal at the moment for a few quid more (£34.99)

Panasonic Lumix DC-G9 Digital Camera Body @ Clifton Cameras - £729
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Posted 21st MayPosted 21st May
Seems like a great price for this Panasonic body I've had my eye on for a while. Most decent deals on this recently have been around the £799 mark. Currently 'awaiting stock' (5-7… Read more

Thanks both for your advice


Removes the dilemma of whether to take the plunge for me at least (lol)


Up to £799 now, which was still considered a 'deal' price recently but there are currently several places to pick one up for that price. That wasn't the case yesterday though, so still not a bad price if someone was looking to buy.


Best camera I ever had and at this price it is superb. I have a feeling they are clearing stock for a new model to arrive. I might by a second body near October before I go (hopefully) on Safari again. And indeed the new FW is superb and added most GH5 features to the G9.


if you get one update the firmware as lots of extra options. Also look at some of the kits e.g. with Leica lens, extra grip, batteries etc. it's a great camera, love mine.

Philips Hue E14 Candle White and Colour Twin Pack £34.99 @ Amazon
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Posted 21st MayPosted 21st May
Set the mood with the Philips Hue White & Colour Ambience Wireless Bulbs , which offer 16 million colours. Play with light to create a relaxing evening atmosphere or turn up t… Read more

Thanks so much, but even that says back ordered? Is that because they expect a percentage of today’s orders to be returned?


Yeah just bought some from amazon warehouse similar price.


Some used like new here.


HOW DID I MISS THIS? It’s all I’m here for! ;(


Left it in basket :( :(

Hue white and colour ambience (E14) twin pack £33.24 @ Currys eBay
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Posted 21st MayPosted 21st May
Looking through the eBay store with the 5% auto-applied voucher. Seems like a really good deal. Looks like these are the non-bluetooth versions so will require the bridge. Unfo… Read more

Thank you very much for this. I’m mainly thinking about standard on/off switches, and whether it’s safe to just keep using those in some rooms for simple on/off and using the power-on-behaviour to set back to bright setting. I’ve added a couple of hue dimmers and hue motion sensors for some rooms, but don’t want to spend on hue switches for every room, so we are all tending to fall back to the normal switches most of the time. Good to hear though that it shouldn’t cause issues. Thanks


Through laziness, I have left dimming light switches in place where I have fitted hue bulbs (I must get around to changing them out). To be clear, you cannot use a standard dimmer switch to lower the brightness of a hue bulb. If you accidenlty knock the dimmer so that it is not fully on, the hue bulb will start flickering. I should imagine that the bulb rectifies the AC mains before using an regulating the dc voltage applied to the LED(s). There will be a lot of high speed switching going on in the bulb and it probably does not like the AC being supplied to it being modulated at high frequency as a conventional dimmer does. In theory the dimmer switch when fully on should be supplying an unmodulated AC mains voltage and pose no issue (though that might vary with differing dimmer technologies as there have been more sophisticated types for non-hue LED bulb use in recent years) I've seen no failures in a few years of use, but it's certainly not 'best practice' to leave a normal dimmer switch in place.


Anyone know if using the normal light switches instead of app/dimmer/sensor will degrade the life of the bulbs?


Would work fine, but the e14 and gu10s have a lower light output (40w equivalent) than e27/b22 (60w equivalent). Something like 670 lumen peak vs around 800 lumen.


Would the E14 bulbs work okay with an adapter to E27? As these bulbs are quite a bit smaller. Seems like a great price and much cheaper than E27 atm!

VAVA Night Light £16.99 Sold by S.M UK-Tech and Fulfilled by Amazon Lightning deal
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Posted 21st MayPosted 21st May
I know these have sometimes been lower previously but if its below £20 these are a no brainer! I have one and its excellent. VAVA Night Lights for Kids with Stable Charging Pad, … Read more

Have one in babies nursery and is great for the middle of the night nappy changes


How can a boiled egg help you sleep? XD

LE Rechargeable Camping Lantern - £19.54 (Prime) £24.03 (Non Prime) @ Sold by NEON Mart and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Posted 21st MayPosted 21st May
LE Rechargeable Camping Lantern, 1000 Lumen LED Outdoor Lights, 4 Modes Emergency Light, Water Resistant Tent Light for Camping, Hiking, Fishing, Power Cuts and More Free delivery… Read more



Got the LE torch/Lamp that was on the other day . Have to say the build quality is really good .


Paid £14.99 for mine and works well.


I bought this a while ago and it is excellent.

50% off Casper Glowlights
Posted 20th MayPosted 20th May
Limited offer of 50% off any order of the Casper Glowlights or any other Casper product. Just use code SLEEPMORE at checkout
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i think it’s because you’re adding two at £109 each if you add the double pack for £199 then add code it will take it down to £99.5




Maybe you get the real Casper when you turn them on...


Does OP work for this company? (embarrassed)

John Lewis - 20% off Selected Home & Garden
Posted 20th MayPosted 20th May
Included lighting, bedding, furniture and cookware
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Something tells me Ebay arent funding it, otherwise that wouldn't do it for certain retailers only.


Typical,i bought 4 lampshades last week & now they've dropped by 20%, i've submitted a price match claim,asking for a refund for the price difference (annoyed)


Thanks for posting, Finally managed to find a ceiling light for my newly decorated lounge. Good price as well inc del (y)


I think the perception of a scam might have been avoided if JL always advertised the RRP (like the Amazon example) and displayed the discount they are offering. Agree?


I agree with you on eBay. The issue is a moral one with the the individual seller. Yes it is confusing as the customer might think they are getting a deal when in fact they are still paying the same overall price with the code.

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