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Philips Ultrlite Wireless On-Ear Headphones (Black) £17.10 @ Currys (FREE P&P or C&C)
Found 15 h, 36 m agoFound 15 h, 36 m ago
White is available for £19 . "Receive 3 months free unlimited music with Deezer Premium+ when you buy this product. After online purchase of this product you will receive a u… Read more
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I agree that they look cheapish but they sound great and have a reliable connection. I've had mine for some time and like them for their light weight and convenience.


Link please?


ah...just bought the jbl...


I bought a pair for the gym and I'm chuffed with them. Very light and comfortable and the sound quality is great for the price.


Just be aware, these are veeeeeeeery glossy and look like cheap naff.

Philips Smart Shaver Series 7000 Wet & Dry with a personal shaving plan - £165 @ Boots
Found 20 h, 7 m agoFound 20 h, 7 m ago
Great shaver - Boots beating Amazon and John Lewis!!!
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Agreed, it's absurd,


Reorder 25% code, click icon in top right hand corner.


This is £70 more often than not if you look around. Crazy price.


Personal shaving plan...LOL! Who needs it? Just shave and go, no need for that plan at all. Talking about how "Smart" shaver can be makes me laugh...


I missed out on that!

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Two Philips Hue Motion Sensors - approx £53 (€60.46) delivered @ Amazon Germany
Found 23 h, 9 m agoFound 23 h, 9 m ago
Amazon Germany have reduced the Hue motion sensors from €39.95 to €31.96. They also have a promotion where, if you buy two selected smart home products, you get a further 15% off. … Read more

Ah i see, It was the 20% off deal and they were £30 at the time so snapped another one up.


Sorry thought you was talking about the 3 for 2 offer....wish i'd seen it that cheap, need 2 more and cheapest i've ever seen is 24.95 at maplins but theyve all gone now


That’s false advertising on Philip’s part then. Their advert shows some robbers being scared away when they look through the glass door and the light comes on in the house.


gone up slightly Items:EUR 66,52Postage & Packing:EUR 5,67Total:EUR 72,19Promotion Applied:-EUR 9,98(Order Total: EUR 62,21)


I it definitely did as i bought one for £24 delivered. Great bit of kit either way and usually around the £30 mark on

Philips Hue White Ambiance E27 Smart Bulb - £17.99 at Maplin
Found 26th AprFound 26th Apr
Not a bad deal , these are £21.79 at Amazon and £24.99 at Currys

Have a look on this site ;


Will e27 work in a r63 fitting


About the only postworthy deal left on their website; I was just looking


Philips cover these for 2 years and have very good customer service


If it goes "Faulty" you will struggle ... mind you, you can email the manufacturer and pay return postage..... unless the item is a Maplins own make, then join the long list of creditors ;)

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Philips myGarden Dusk PIR Wall Lantern - Light Grey@ Argos £17 (£50 Amazon)
Found 26th AprFound 26th Apr
This Philips myGarden Solar light has an integrated solar panel as part of the light. The light is free of cables and emits up to 100 lumens of light, enough to illuminate a define… Read more
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That’s a pity. This morning I was spoilt for choice where I could reserve for May. Lots of local options and even more in Central London. The HUKD rush no doubt...


Yeah, I knew that... Still (poo)




No stock anywhere


Got something similar (in function but without PIR, not design) on my pergola, looks lovely on a warm summers evening all lit up. Not sure I would want them on my house though?

2x Philips Hue White Ambiance Personal Wireless Lighting 6 W E14 LED Small Edison Screw Light Bulb - £36.33 (£18.16 each) @ Amazon
Found 25th AprFound 25th Apr
Also with 15% off if you buy 2 packs or other selected smart products. Similar to the 4 pack deal posted yesterday but works out cheaper:… Read more

Been waiting for these to drop. Thanks OP! 8)


True, I meant a similar discount. They were £49.99 yesterday as I ordered them but will now be returning!


It's cheaper because these are the white ambience version, not the colour bulb like the other deal. Still hot, I need to pick up 2 X E14 and 2 X E27 so can now use the 15% off deal at Amazon.

Best Air Fryer with a good price - Philips HD9216 Daily Collection Air Fryer £79.99 @ Argos
Found 25th AprFound 25th Apr
I bought one last week as a gift and they reduced this week. :/

It's just a mini fan assisted oven. We cook everything in it, jacket potatoes, steaks, bacon, burgers, fish, chips etc. Best kitchen gadget we've ever bought.


Quick rinse after each use (while it's still hot). We've had ours two years and used almost daily.


Yes you can cook lots of different foods, chicken, sausages etc.


Can you cook frozen chips in these or just fresh cut ?


I don't think it hard to keep clean. I've been using mine for more than 2 years every week and the food bowl is really easy to clean.

Philips Series 7000 Hair Clipper With DualCut HC7450/33 £24.99 @ Argos
Found 25th AprFound 25th Apr
Grat deal on this series 7 hair clipper. Around £40 elsewhere. In stock in every argos around me.

Yes it does give a very close cut


No evidence for any of your claims. Just thro2 away comments. All talk, no walk


Seems like a snip !


Hey bud, does this give a close cut with 0? Looking to use this on my head but looking for the closest trim possible.


Awful product, low power

Philips Hue GU10 Colour Triple Bubble deal from Argos - £44 each or 3 for £88 (£29.33 per bulb) and £5 off £50 spend voucher making effective 3 for £83
09/05/2018Expires on 09/05/2018Found 25th AprFound 25th Apr
Argos currently have the Philips Hue GU10 bulb reduced to £44 each from £49, however they are also running a three for two deal which brings the cost of three bulbs down to £88 or … Read more
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The Tradfri bulbs are great in their own right (if you don't suffer from any of the numerous issues with the Tradfri gateway and system), but when using a Hue hub they have an issue where they'll alter colour/temp or they'll alter brightness, they won't alter both in the same command. No news on if/when that'll be fixed. Not an issue with the straight white bulbs though, and the GU10 white for £7 are a bargain. Keep an eye on reddit's /r/tradfri subreddit if you don't already, and are planning on using Tradfri bulbs.


Oft, sounds like you're fully committed to the Hue life with all those bulbs! I've just got a measly 3 B22s and a couple of trådfri's. Think I'll also wait until prime day as I only need 2 GU10's so if I could get them for around £22 I'd be chuffed (y)


Ah you may be correct, sorry , but there is definitely a generation 1 and generation 2 of the GU10 colour bulbs as I have both, I assumed my newer generation 2 was richer colour like it is on my bayonet hue bulbs


I have 12 of these GU10s (4 in kitchen, 3 in lounge, 3 in ensuite, 2 in cloakroom). They're good - I'm not using them for ambilight or anything like that so the colour accuracy isn't important to me. My only gripe is that they don't go very dim even at 1%. Definitely a lot brighter than the E27/B22 bulbs and all of the Hue lamps that I have. For kitchens and bathrooms it's not an issue, but in the lounge I find it annoying. Personally, I wouldn't bother waiting for a new version unless you need the colour accuracy e.g. ambilight. I need another 3 GU10s but I'll wait for Prime day (last time they worked out about £22 each).


Yeah, same thing I'm seeing everywhere online, there isn't a GU10 in richer colour at the moment. Apart from the poor greens, how do you find them? Do you think they're worth getting at this price? I reckon if they release a richer colour version it'll probably sit at £50 for good while (same as these have), so these might be worth getting in the meantime.

Philips QP2520 OneBlade Styler and Shaver with 3 Stubble Combs in Green £24.99 @ Hughes c&c only
Found 24th AprFound 24th Apr
Philips QP2520 OneBlade Styler and Shaver with 3 Stubble Combs in Green Philips OneBlade Face QP2520/25 Trim, edge, shave any length of hair 3 x click-on stubble combs 1 x blade f… Read more

Likewise - I’ve had one of these for over a year and it’s amazing..fully waterproof so I often use it in the shower so the wife doesn’t complain about me leaving hairs in the’s also great for shaving other areas...I’ve not cut myself or the wife with it yet!


thanks looks like hotukdeals has struck again. I thought I didn't have anything left to buy but this site always delivers


my neck always comes out in spots when I use any other shaver. This is amazing.


thank you!


Seems feedback is great for a close shave, but is it any good for stubble?

Philips Hue White and Colour Ambience GU10 Spot Light £31.97 @ Amazon
Found 24th AprFound 24th Apr
The cheapest ever on Amazon according to CamelCamelCamel. Product Description Limitless possibilities - connected to you. Include a Philips Hue white and colour ambience bulb in … Read more
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There is not a gen 3 richer colours for the gu10 which makes these not very good.


Don't belive there is a Richer Colours for the GU10


Made me laugh


True, as long as you can sell them for more than £24, which should be possible


Then you sell the extra on eBay which makes the bulbs work out even cheaper


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£105 discount with sign up for Newsletter 25% off code.


Philips are so overpriced anyway. Tvs in particular are very over priced and don't have a scratch on tv brands like Sony lg and Samsung.

4 x Philips Hue White & Colour Ambience E14 (candle) bulbs, or E27, for £104.99 ~ £26.25 each Amazon (Prime)
Found 24th AprFound 24th Apr
Philips Hue White & Colour Ambience E14 twin pack for £61.76, with 15% off if you buy 2 packs. UPDATE: Also E24 bulbs:… Read more
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Why take the car to town when you can walk or cycle? When you think about it totally overkill in expense instead of a tiny bit of exercise. In fairness I think some people who moan about smart things do get it. They just frown upon it. For them, if they were to play with a new toy or gadget they would splurge on something else. My wife for example :) is the same. Whether I would care enough to spoil someone’s fun with comments is another issue - I couldn’t be bothered.


I gave up trying to convince the 'I'm not paying £30 for a fracking lightbulb' mob a while back.... the simple truth is they just don't get it.


It’s a heck of a lot cheaper and quicker than painting my room to make up the colours I want around the place. I can then change it all one two ticks. No paint


My living room alone would need 14 of these. Guess who's NOT buying them. Cold because all of these bulbs are way overpriced.


£26 a bulb -v- £1 for a standard LED bulb from £1 shop! £26 a bulb, what a shock!

Twenty percent off your first Hue bulbs through Philips
13/05/2018Expires on 13/05/2018Found 21st AprFound 21st Apr
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

Phillips hue bloom - £39.20 with code @ AO
Found 21st AprFound 21st Apr
Phillips hue bloom £49 now £39.20 using SMART20 code
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Each to their own :)


Except for when they harass you to buy their extended cover, and tell you that you won't be able to afford to replace the appliance if it ever breaks...


Clearly isn't for me then. I'd rather spend 50 quid on something more useful


Its a cheap way of changing the asthetics and mood in a room. If you can't see the value in that, then obviously smart lighting isn't for you.


If u get the bloom though I would recommend two so you can have different colours maybe a a lamp or two placed around the room aswell

20% Off all Philips Hue, Hive & TP Link Lighting with code @ ao - see OP for example
Found 21st AprFound 21st Apr
Currently 20% Off all Philips Hue, Hive & TP Link lighting at AO - Add the code Smart20 at checkout. Just managed to get all my main lighting sorted out due to this offer! Th… Read more
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So did you get 25% off ?


Doubt they will again. It was back when Argos used to have them in the Home category and you could use the code that always pops up from them. Home25 I think. But alas, they moved the HUE out of that category so no more Brucie Bonus savings for us.


Managed to get some of these ordered...thanks for posting




I have been after one but they havent gone down to that price :(

Philips Hue Motion Sensor £24 w/code @ ao
Found 21st AprFound 21st Apr
Cheapest price I could find for a new one with free delivery. Price shows as £30 but use code: SMART20 to get it for £24 delivered. Great bit of kit, already have one and ordered … Read more

I'm not sure about sensors (as I've only bought my first one from this deal) but I use iConnectHue on the iPhone which is much better than the official app and lets you do so much more.




Or integrate with other services, ifttt or as I've just started to use webcore with smartthings (obviously with extra kit)




you can change that in settings to come on as bright as you want

Philips Hue dimmer switch £15.20 w/code delivered @ AO
Found 21st AprFound 21st Apr
Good price for the Philips Hue Dimmer switch - use code SMART20 to get for £15.20 delivered - 2 year manufacturer warranty Dimmer switch wirelessly dims your smart lighting … Read more
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keith43 I'm going to get this one, as need an extra bulb as well


Oos :(


Out of stock :(


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