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Philips Hue White and Colour E14 £36.33 @ Amazon
Found 3 h, 54 m agoFound 3 h, 54 m ago
Cheaper than usual. I just picked one up from a re seller for roughly this price.

Usually close to £50 each


Cheaper then usual? Cheaper than usual.


Don't see why not. I'm ordering so basically it'll be cash in hand if collected. Buyer will know exactly what I've paid as it is on Amazon to see. Just saves someone a few £££s It's £11 saved per bulb :D


I'm not sure that is allowed but I think it's a great idea.


Anyone local to me in Blyth want to share in buying 6 I'll order. It works out £22.64 per bulb. 3 for me and 3 for you. I'm in Blyth, Northumberland. It'll work out £67.93 for 3 each.

6x Philips Hue White Ambience GU10 £72.66 @ Amazon
Found 4 h, 22 m agoFound 4 h, 22 m ago
Along with the 3 for 2 deal Amazon are currently running the price for the twin pack GU10 has been reduced to £36.33 making each spotlight only £12.11! Cheapest its been to my rec… Read more

I ordered previously but now going to return them for free and ordered again with lower price :)


Why not just use the sunset to sunrise hue function for the hallway ones? Then the lights will come on when it gets dark and go off when it gets light. That's what I'm doing so no need for a sensor. Plus now you can set up your own scenes so I have mine set up at 30% brightness so it's not super bright but not dull either.


Fair enough, if it was just a few fixed areas you be better with smart dimmers at the switch and far cheaper dumb dimmable bulbs but your case sounds more suited to these (y) Do note these are a lot dimmer at full brightness than normal GU10s though and Ikea's ones may be a better bet.


The room is a single switch with 13 lights so would be good to be able to zone and set lights, the room is big 4m x 10m and is mult-zone use. The other four are in an office, I'd just assumed I'd go Hue unless there is a better reason - was thinking the colour ambience ones but they're mad expensive. Oh and may add 4 more on a motion sensor in the hallway....


Well that's £70 I wasn't planning to spend. I only need 4 too! Damn this site! (lol)

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Philips 55PUS6272/05 55" Smart 4K Ultra HDTV with HDR & 3-Sided Ambilight £469 from £499 at  (potentially for £416.50**)
Found 18 h, 51 m agoFound 18 h, 51 m ago
If you hurry, you can get £30 off (ends tonight), with a vouchercloud code for £30 off a TV over £499 (or equal to it !). Brings Price down to £469. On top of this Top Cash Back … Read more
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Yes you are right Samsung do that, and also do it on same model like 55m6400 I read somewhere.


Not always the case though, 49inch mu7000 and the 55inch mu7000 use completely diffrenet panels


Philips TVs have a 2 year warranty as standard.


COLD, only 1 year warranty


Thanks. What do you think of the Smart OS? Is it anywhere near as good as LG's or Samsung's, what's the lag like, does it have the main apps including the Smart IPTV app etc? Good, credible reviews for this TV are not easy to come by. Thanks in advance.

Better than half price Philips BT5200 trimmer @Tesco instore - £32
LocalLocalFound 16th JunFound 16th Jun
Father day deal.

Cheers for the heads up chaps. Been waiting for this one to drop a little in price after endless research. Ended up buying from Amazon in the end and it’s just been delivered (y)


I've got this. I took an age to choose it reading review after review then waiting for the price to drop. I think I paid a little more than this but I'm very happy with it.


Also available from Amazon directly if you don't live near by: I use this for my beard and to tidy up my bald head :) - its decent


Very nice find; thanks for sharing @NUFC4

PHILIPS G9 Capsule LED 204lm 2.5w bulbs 68% off was £8.79 now £2.79 @ Screwfix (C&C)
Found 16th JunFound 16th Jun
Saw these whilst looking for some LED G9 bulbs today. Can’t find them cheaper anywhere else. Picked 10 up and they work great, no flickering or buzzing just a nice warm white glow.… Read more
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Not as far as I can tell after one night of using them (y)


I've tried other brands and seem to get a 'strobe' effect, so if you move your hand in front of your face it looks really odd, light itself seems odd. Apparently it's when cheap drivers/chips are used. Do these have the same issue?


Grabbed the last 4 at my local - cheers


These are mains voltage capsules. Not low voltage. No transformers required. Just a straight swap. The G4 halogen capsules are low voltage and they do need a transformer and if you wanted to convert them to LEDs you'd need to swap the transformer out for an LED Driver.


I thought leas weren't compatible with most transformers?

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2 x Philips Hue Bloom for £101.98 @ Amazon
Found 16th JunFound 16th Jun
I don't personally feel these are worth the RRP of 79.99 but Amazon currently has a deal for two of these at a further 15% discount on an already reduced single unit price of 59.99… Read more

The Go is much better, worth paying the little extra for those.


Showing as a bit less in my basket, £98.31.


I have the iris, and I use it every day, it's worth the money


The new ios app is really annoying when picking a colour. Much better the old way.


Will wait for prime day i think. Hot deal though.

Philips Hue Go Portable Colour Changing LED Smart Table Lamp £56.79 Del @ Amazon
Found 16th JunFound 16th Jun
Amazing price for this item. I have one myself. Love it. Grab one before the price goes up.

Ordered and delivered today.


thanks a lot. I think I will wait for prime day


I have ordered. See if it’s anygood


These are overpriced at the moment. I agree that around £46.99 is a fair price.


Good Spot, however I’ve a feeling these will drop in price again (Prime Day). Cammel Cammel is showing the cheapiest they’ve been as £46.99 so this is overdue.

Philips Hue White and Colour Ambience B22 Bayonet LED Starter Kit, 3 x Colour Bulbs, 1 x Hue Bridge 2.0, 1 x Dimmer Switch £103.07 @ Amazon UK
Found 15th JunFound 15th Jun
Seems to be a good price for this starter kit including 3 x bulbs, dimmer switch and bridge. Cheapest it's ever been according to 3 Camels. Also some Amazon Warehouse deals for e… Read more
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Expired, showing as £161.49 now.


Bought the one on amazon warehouse for £94 - fingers crossed its ok


Yeah £161 now! (fierce)


All prices now gone up!


Gotta love uk hot deals, I posted very similar deal minus the switch for £3 cheaper a week or so ago and it went freezing cold, as a fellow hue addict I of course don’t care and simply want to help other people with hue but it does make me chuckle. my ever growing bulb collection thanks you op... heat added (y)

Philips hue bulb twin packs £67.95 - also 3 for 2 plus 20% off at Amazon
Found 15th JunFound 15th Jun
Make light do more for you. Philips Hue is your personal wireless lighting system that lets you easily control your light from your device, creating the right ambience for any mome… Read more

Was a bit miffed I missed last weeks £14.99 price reduction on the Hue dimmer switches but I just got 3 for £13.33 each! Heat added for the 3-for-2 deal.


Any tips for getting the GU10s cheap :)


A tip that someone else shared in another thread is to buy E27's along with a pack of B22 to E27 adapters @ £5 for 5 (decent ones). In the Warehouse you'll often find E27's much cheaper than B22's - Just need to check back often ;-) E.g. i picked up a single E27 for £7 when the same B22 was £12.50


They changed the price during the evening... I kicked off at them as I need b22 ... same bulb in every way except why type of light it goes into and they refused to match the 3 for 2 offer! By time they called me back the price had gone up and they added the 3 for 2 on to the b22 based on my feedback (annoyed) needless to say I wasn’t happy. I have 6 bulbs coming on Tuesday lol.


This twin pack comes up as £70.18 for me "Dispatched from and sold by Amazon"

Sonicare FlexCare Platinum Connected Sonic electric toothbrush with app £80 (£60 with sign up code) @ Philips
14/07/2018Expires on 14/07/2018Found 14th JunFound 14th Jun
Sonicare FlexCare Platinum Connected Sonic electric toothbrush with app. Email 25% code bring it down to £60 and then top cash back bring it down to £50 *Sign up to emails from Phi… Read more

Did the email come tho?


thanks, will wait and see when the email rolls in


It did that for me with 15 % off then when the email came though it was 25%


thanks, only comes up with 15% for me when i click the icon tho


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Philips Hue Lighting 3 for 2 at Curry's
Refreshed 15th JunRefreshed 15th Jun07/08/2018Expires on 07/08/2018
Anyone buying Hue lighting if you buy 3 of the same type from Curry's you currently get 3 for 2 which is a tidy saving given the price of these things

I actually like the way the Philips hue bulb behaves as a dumb bulb would. Grandparents over a month ago didn’t know about the hue lights and pressed the normal light switch to work the likes. Didn’t need to mention or explain anything about smart home/gadgets. The hue bulbs set themselves to normal light bulb shade and brightness when switch on like that which is also good. However having a Philips hue dimmer switch on the wall is even better. And again doesnt need explaining to the grandparents as it on the wall in the ‘right’ place and looks self explanatory. With ours you can take the switch off the wall (they have magnets) and put it by your bedside or sofa and use as a remote control should you want Not to worry, access to the original light switch is still available as in picture above. Looking forward to the proper Philips hue light switches for uk fittings this summer hopefully


Thanks, and no, not yet at least! Ideally you don't use the wall switch. If you switch it off at the wall, there's no other way of turning the bulb on. And if you turn it back on at the wall, unless you use something smart to turn the bulb on as well, the bulb might not light up anyway. You can get covers to go over the wall switch that stop you using the wall switch, but have a slot for a smart switch like the Philips Hue Dimmer switch. (The Dimmer switches are also on 3 for 2.) They're the ones @idiophreak is talking about. To stop people switching it off at the wall accidentally, you can either retrofit or replace. To retrofit, you can use those covers (best), "switch guards" (very good and fairly cheap, they just stick on and stop you absent-mindedly using the wall switch but let you turn them off using a tool or credit-card-sized-card), or just tape over it (ugly but effective). To replace, you can either get someone to remove the switch and wire it direct (not ideal because it's a nightmare to change bulbs) or put a key-operated switch (like you see for emergency lighting in commercial premises. There are other smart switches that integrate directly with Hue, from Philips (like the "Philips Hue Tap Switch") and third parties, and there are other more interesting options like using Android tablets / iPads, or systems like the Logitech Pop. Also depending on your requirements, you might not need a physical switch at all. The motion sensors are supposed to be brilliant (and are on 3 for 2), and Hue works well with Google Home Mini's and / or Amazon Echo Dots if you prefer voice control. I mainly just use my smartphone though!


Yes, you can...but you'll need to turn it back on at the wall before you can control it smartly again. They do sell retrofit light switches that you can stick next to (or in some cases over) your light switch if you want to have a physical switch whilst still enabling smart control...


I just added a Hue controller to my Plex server so it automatically turns the lights off when playing a film, puts them on dim when it’s paused and turns them back on when the movie is over. It’s as sad as it is awesome, I love it.


Wow what a fantastic comprehensive explanation.... Do you work for Philips?! Can you still switch off at the wall with the normal switch?

Philips Electric Citrus Press & Philips Chopper £19.43 (Prime) / £23.92 non prime  at Amazon
Found 13th JunFound 13th Jun
Individual Prices Citrus Press £18.00 Chopper £28.00 Total £46.00 As a Bundle Deal £19.43 I can't say I've ever seen one of these bundle deals on amazon before but as I was buying… Read more
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thanks op, ordered, juicer on the way, chopper due to be delivered in july


Ordered - thanks for sharing - heat added.


All 8 that were in stock now sold but still allowing pre-orders.


Thanks op,orderd and heat added

3 x Philips Hue Motion Sensors (3 for 2) £69.98 @ Argos
26/06/2018Expires on 26/06/2018Found 12th JunFound 12th Jun
Following on from the Amazon deal, this works out at £23.33 per motion sensor (which is slightly cheaper), so long as you purchase 3 of them (on a 3 for the price of 2 deal until 2… Read more
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yes i currently use the built in light bulbs and it works a treat .once its covered up it doesnt work as well


The main difference seems to be that the sensor in that eBay link is actually built into the bulb itself, whereas the the product on the deal posted is a standalone device which you can position anywhere and then assign a bulb or a number of bulbs to it or rules. It’s a smart system if you will. Most people may like a smart system but the price of such things is prohibitive. I like the idea of the bulb with sensor and will try to think of a place in my house where it might work. Maybe a porch where the light is useful as you approach, although again the bulb will be pointing up with the fitting obscuring sections It may work in my upstairs or downstairs landings because the light fixture, although it would point the bulb along the ceiling towards the wall, and then covered by the shade, it may have enough beam to catch things. See picture. But also I wouldn’t like to use it because it would t fit into my particular set up as I have Philips hue system


for those who use it on the landing. whats the differcence between that and something like this ?


I have had one in the hall for 9 months and only just replaced the 2 x aaa batteries. They are good


Thank you very much. Great info and just configured on mine. Do you know if you can create any alerts/automation temperature related? Would love to turn a fan on if getting hot

Philips Hue Home Automation Smart Bridge 2.0 £34.95 @ Amazon
Found 12th JunFound 12th Jun
The heart and brain of your Philips Hue system, this bridge enables you to control all of your Philips Hue products via the Philips Hue app, even when you're away from home Add up… Read more
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The key word in his statement being “if”.


I am sure everyone has one lying around as raspberry pi is like toothbrush or shoes. My advice would be - do not bother and waste your time unless you really do not have anything better to do. If you have, just buy this bridge, plug it, set it up ... and forget. Plenty of time (time is money) saved.


If you have a raspberry pi lying about you can use one of them instead of these! Plenty of guides on the web.


Great price!

Hue 3 for 2 @ Philips e.g  Hue White ambiance Light Recipe Kit E27 £44.99
Found 12th JunFound 12th Jun
Loads of hue bulbs are currently 3 for 2 on their website.

Sadly the ikea stuff is a disappointing option. I got some of the £7 GU10s and the light just doesn't suit all spaces - too warm for our kitchen. The £12 ones may be better, but the bulbs themselves are physically ugly and won't fit in a lot of recessed downlight fittings. There are some cheap innr ones on amazon, but people complain about buzzing... The amazon deal today lets you get the proper white Hue GU10s for £14 I've ordered a dozen for the kitchen :)


After selling the hubs I paid £20 each for coloured. I don't remember a deal on the whites. If you just want whites get Samsung smartthings and a fibaro dimmer and wire the relay in to the socket. Would only cost £50 per light switch plus £100 for smartthings starter pack if it goes on offer again. Another option would be to use the IKEA stuff.


Is there much chance the white GU10's will be cheaper on prime day? Havent followed HUE so not sure on price history. But considering wether to pull the trigger on 18 GU10's @ current price.


Sorry, cold, it's all cheaper on Amazon and Argos. Annoyingly I need another 3 GU10 colour and I know the best thing to do is wait until prime day next month grrrrr....


Just looked at Amazon at the GU10 dual pack - looks like they have. £42.40 instead of £49.99 - with 3 for 2 offer

Philips OneBlade Pro with Travel Case and Spare Blade £54.99 @ Argos
Found 11th JunFound 11th Jun
I saw how well received the deal posted earlier today was for the OneBlade. This is for the Pro version (model 6510/30) which comes with a Li-Ion battery instead of Ni-Mh. You als… Read more

I have one with lcd screen . Bought two years ago for £48.


The shaver itself was only £36 yesterday, although that didn't include the case or spare blades.

Philips Hue Smart Tap Switch £36.33 at Amazon
Found 11th JunFound 11th Jun
Another lowest price from Amazon today.

Agree the dimmers are nicer for daily use and better value but you can't configure them to activate a lot of the labs scenes.


I use these:


Yes, Smartthings and the relevant DTH.


i dont like the design of the dimmer itself, i picked this up from argos a couple of weeks ago when it was 24 i think it was. It isn't worth the full price but im not totally fussed about what 'more' the dimmer can do. When the dimmers are made for UK size switches ill get some more of them.


How are you using your Xiaomi buttons? Have you got Samsung Smartthings or some other device to communicate with Hue network?

Philips Flite Ultrlite Wireless headphones SHB4405 black and white colours available, RRP £39.99, now £9.99 at Carphone Warehouse (in-store and online). Also 3 for 2 in-store so 3 sets for £19.98!
Found 11th JunFound 11th Jun
Saw this on the way out of Currys Megastore and in the CPW bit. Both colours black and white available and normally £39.99. Last time was posted at £17.10 and got pretty hot - I’m … Read more
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I got three!


I have to laugh every time I hear the "device connected"


Ordered online on Monday but still hasn't arrived. Received an email on Tuesday to say that it was on pre-order so guess it may get cancelled like a few others have. (:I


In carphone warehouse today in Harrow. None instore but they ordered one online for me(only black).


Has anyone who ordered online had theirs delivered yet? I got an order confirmation on Tuesday, but haven't had any delivery confirmation yet. I'm a bit concerned I might miss out as I see a poster above had an online order refunded. It's annoying if all those in the shops have gone while I've been waiting. I'm going to London tomorrow so if I get the chance I will check if their are any left in any stores.

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