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Argos 3 for 2 on Philips hue range - £69.98 @ Argos
Found 2 h, 38 m agoFound 2 h, 38 m ago
Get 3 for the price of 2 on selected Philips Hue
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For sure, but you could try and have it point at waste height or above.


Tempted to get sensors too, one for my mum's living room, but wouldn't the dog trigger them? Lol


Good deal thanks. Needed 3 switches.


Can get 3 brand new E14 colour bulbs on eBay for £95 if you search “3x philips hue e14 colour” if that’s helpful :) (y)


Thankyou, i missed out on the Philips website deal just after black Friday. Ordered some dimmers :-)

Philips Hue White and Colour Ambience 3-Pack (B22) £79.99 @ Amazon
Found 18 h, 10 m agoFound 18 h, 10 m ago
Useful if you're looking for an addition of B22 bulbs. These are the 3rd gen richer colour bulbs coming in a pack of 3. Currently on offer for £79.99.

Yeah, and arguably more important, you don't have to push into the bulb to put it in and take it out. E27 is much easier to put in and out, whether using your hand or an extension pole. Nothing like gently pushing into a B22 bulb and having the glass break into your hand. :S


Agreed! B22 is UK only - like some of your special measurement numbers are UK and some other commonwealth too. E27 is mass product.


Link in OP is now B22, here's the E27 link: I always recommend that unless you're forced to use B22, standardize on E27. Use B22 -> E27 adaptors if you have to, and whenever you replace a light fitting do so with an E27 fitting. E27 are superior in every regard. Adaptors are cheap (Ikea sell 2 for a quid) and the only reason not to use them is in confined spaces they can make the bulb slightly too high.


Also B22


Good price I think, as I’ve already got white starter kit. If ordered the single bulb will be delivered next day as it’s in stock, however the twin pack is awaiting stock by the looks of it.

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Philips 49PUS6803 49 Inch Smart UHD Amiblight TV with HDR - £399 @ Argos
Found 9th DecFound 9th Dec
I missed the deal a week or so ago on the model below this, which is currently selling at Argos for £449. This model has a sound bar and slightly better stats for the picture qual… Read more

Can anyone who has purchased confirm what the black levels are like? So we can determine if it's IPS or VA?


It seems this is an ips panel according to argos questions and answers. Colour reproduction will be good as well as the viewing angle but blacks will be grey and will get ips glow at the edges if sitting close. There is a Hisense 50 inch for £399 and this has a va direct lit panel from argos.


anyone used one of these with a xbox one x or ps4 pro, what is the lag like? also is a 8bit panel a big negative?


any good as a pc monitor?


No - details in the tech spec posted near the top

Echo Plus (1st Gen) – With built-in smart home hub (Black) – Includes Philips Hue White E27 Edison Screw Light Bulb £89.99 @ Amazon
26/12/2018Expires on 26/12/2018Found 9th DecFound 9th Dec
Hot price :p

Yes. It has a hub built in. Quite a a good Deal tbh


Could I use this with zigbee sensors


This is a good price for the Plus with a Hue bulb, even if it is the 1st Gen. I think it's just getting cold votes because people don't understand the Plus. 2nd gen does look much better but the sound difference isn't great.


Bigger better speakers and better appearance and form factor


What does the 2nd gen have that this doesn't?

Philips Series 3000 Wet and Dry Men's Electric Shaver with Pop-up Trimmer  ( 100% Waterproof) and Travel Pouch  £44.99 @ Amazon ( DOTD)
Found 9th DecFound 9th Dec
ComfortCut Blade System gives a comfortable shave and helps protect your skin from nicks and cuts 4-directional flex head to adjust to every curve of your face and neck for an clo… Read more

I recently purchased the 3000 via Philips Black Friday and without a doubt, the best electric razor that I have ever used. Been using electric for 40 years.


Inferior model that's the AT899/06 (45 mins shave after 8 hour charge!) which is also £39.99 at Amazon, cheaper as delivery is £3.50 at Boots This one has 50 mins shaving after 1 hour charge.


39.99 at boots

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Philips HX3214 Sonicare CleanCare+ Electric Toothbrush  £19.99  free C&C  @  Hughes
LocalLocalFound 8th DecFound 8th Dec
Next best price seems to be £22.99 at Amazon Here Feature 1 :Lasts up to 10 days Feature 2 :Rubber grip for easy handling Feature 3 :Smart timer and Quad pacer Feature 4 :Light … Read more

I suspect you have a duff nimh or have inadvertently mistreated the battery at some point.. I don't think nimh actually have a 'memory' so this probably isnt the problem but perpetual 'top up' trickle charging on the induction pad is bad news for batteries. You are best fully charging and mostly discharging nimh between recharges if i remember rightly. Li Ion you are best keeping topped up with occasional discharge. Either way we have a nimh one of these and it lasts 2 weeks ish between charges.


all the sonicare range are superior to the reciprocating type mechanical brushes. This has been shown with genuine clinical trials in terms of reduction in plaque. if you brush regularly and have good dental hygiene, you probably wont see much of any difference between these two types. But the sonicare are objectively better. My wife has this exact model, uses twice a day (auto 2 min timer) and its been two weeks without a charge. it is an nimh. It did take overnight to fully charge the first time. I have the li ion black version. charged quicker when first got it, but have to charge every 10 days... So its not a slamdunk that the Li Ion is worth the extra £15....


Thanks I’ll hold out for the better lithium model (y) 🏻


This is the ni-mh battery model. Literally only lasts a day on a charge so you have to charge it constantly. Would recommend waiting for a lithium model to go on offer as cheapest model sometimes drops to £30.


Don't go for anything less than THIS MODEL. And don't bother with any of the 'higher spec' ones either. The brushing is basically the same as all the others above it, except this has the 2 week lithium ion battery (as opposed to 3 week) so is slimmer and lighter, and it doesn't have the 'whitening' mode which is just a slightly different brushing rhythm that makes zero difference except in your head, and it doesn't have the sensitive setting which you only need if you have particularly sensitive gums (they regularly bleed or whatever). It takes all of the different heads too. The only other difference is the colour, it doesn't come in black or pink!

BARGAIN - ***Reduced From £250*** Philips Satinelle Prestige Cordless Epilator BRP586/00 £89 @ Amazon
Found 8th DecFound 8th Dec
Philips Satinelle Prestige Epilator, Cordless, Wet and Dry Hair Removal, 7 Accessories and VisaPure Mini Facial Brush - BRP586/00 4.4 out of 5 stars 45 customer reviews RRP: £250… Read more
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It’s not added to basked and deal changed before time


True, I bought a new one, with a damaged box.. Directly from Philips with a 1 year warranty..


This Item Was Posted As I Thought It Was A Great Price, Comes With Warranty & Sold By Amazon Directly. Can Be Purchased "Used" & 'Cheaper' Elsewhere, But That's A Matter Of Preference.


How irrelevant?


Is it used? It just says damaged box..

Philips Series 5000 Wet & Dry Men's Shaver With Precision Trimmer S5240/06 - £56 (Was £140) @ Boots | Free Del. + 672 Adv. Pts + 6% Quidco
Found 7th DecFound 7th Dec
10 x less nicks and cuts vs. regular razor blades* ComfortCut Blade System gives a comfortable shave and helps protect your skin from nicks and cuts 5 directional ContourDetect h… Read more
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£72.50 for the model with Turbo+ mode, with 864 Adv. Points, and 6% Quidco cashback, so that could be deemed a decent deal too.


The price at Amazon does indeed appear to have dropped to £61, but it's worth noting that at this price, its sold through a third party seller, "PLATINUM GIFTS". The price I originally quoted, was to purchase from Amazon directly. Nevertheless, PLATINUM GIFTS has a 90% positive rating in the last twelve months, based on 29 reviews, so still a decent price. I'd go through Boots personally, and get the Quidco cashback, the decent Advantage points haul, and the lower price.


This is the entry level of the 5000 series, without the Turbo mode etc. Still a good deal though


Well I searched for PHILIPS SERIES 5000 S5240/06 and see it at £61 - is this not the same one?


I agree almost 10£ worth of points and 3.60£ cashback

Philips Hue 3 pack of Colour Bulbs from for £82.57
Found 7th DecFound 7th Dec
A few flash offers on at the moment on the French Amazon site

also 69.99 for 2 with bridge


I miss last year's Hue deal with the free Amazon Echo. That said, I miss the deals posted earlier this November!


Link to all the flash deals:




I tried to use that code but it didn't work unfortunatley

Philips Mg3722/33 Multigroom Half Price was £30 Now £15 at Tesco (Groceries)
26/12/2018Expires on 26/12/2018Found 7th DecFound 7th Dec
Great Deal/Half Price jsut bought as a present also £15 on Amazon, but for those without Prime can also buy in Tesco at the same price. Trim and style your face and hair with 9 … Read more
Philips SHB4205 Flite Hyprlite Bluetooth In-Ear Headphones with Mic, Black for £9.97 currys / eBay
Found 7th DecFound 7th Dec
Philips SHB4205 Flite Hyprlite Bluetooth In-Ear Headphones with Mic, Black for £9.97
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These are great. Very comfy in the ears. Cant use it during running coz of the neck band but doing things round the house works great with these on. Lasts ages. Bargain price.


I don't think 7 hours is all the bad, considering the price. But nice, 16 hours. Haven't had any of my in earphones that I've gone through, have that much battery life. Currently using jaybird X3. But by guess, I think 10 hours.


Bought the over-ear version of these in the summer when posted on here. They lasted two months before refusing to charge.

Philips OneBlade Pro QP6520/30 - (Extra 15% for Unidays) (Extra 20% for Perks) £59.99 @ Philips
Found 6th DecFound 6th Dec
Free delivery on orders over £30 Unidays -…ays If you have access to Corporate Perks you can get a further 20%

Yep it is today if you don’t have Perks as it’s DotD but it wasn’t yesterday. Still cheaper to buy direct if you have Perks.


Cheaper on amazon cold

Amazon - Philips Sonicare Optimal BrushSync Enabled Replacement Brush Heads, 8pk, Black - HX6068/13 (£31.99 Prime)
Found 6th DecFound 6th Dec
Nowhere near as good as the deal I posted earlier this week but still a great price for 8 heads and cheapest they've ever been. Due in stock 13 Dec. Compatible with ALL Philips… Read more
stas2855 White colour available for the same price for students. £34 for non-student


Damn, missed it :(


Bought these twice from Amazon..totally genuine.


I've had purchased fake ones before for the price of an authentic one. This was ebay though, so reviews aren't as reliable as amazon. For others' reference, this is what an original looks like compared to a fake:


Here you go Gary

Philips hue Smart LED bulb twin pack £39.99 at Amazon treasure truck Birmingham
LocalLocalFound 6th DecFound 6th Dec
I know this was posted yesterday but just a heads up that this deal is coming to Birmingham today at a few locations

Im guessing people are voting cold because the van isnt any where near them which is wrong really as your informing people who do live near a good deal. The truck comes no where near me but i still voted hot for the people who was lucky enough to get them as it is a great price.


I'm very confused, hot in London, cold in Birmingham. Just thought people who hadn't signed up to the treasure truck might be interested if they are local


Why is this cold? Is it based on people not reading the description properly because this is a good price! Baffled


You can ask for Bayonet. I got mine yesterday


They have both for this price I picked up the bayonet fitting from the truck yesterday.

Philips Sonicare Optimal Brush Heads (8 Pack) - £30.99 @ Amazon
Found 6th DecFound 6th Dec
The cheapest they've ever been according to the humpy website. Other offers include: Philips Sonicare Optimal White BrushSync Enabled Replacement brush Heads, 8pk, Black - HX606… Read more

Usually I find at least five items on sale. Coupled with 15% off for s&s, works out very well.


I don't know why, but I never use subscribe & save. I really should give it a try.


Good deal for Philips brush heads. Got it to £26.60 with subscribe and save with 15% off (I have another 4 items in S&S already).


Humpy.?.....ohhhh! Heat! :D (y) (y) (y)

Philips Bluetooth Smart Health Watch iOS Tracker Water Resistant DL8790/10, £19.99 at argos/ebay
Found 6th DecFound 6th Dec
£75 at amazon.Free delivery. iOS operating system. Tested against medical gold standards to clinically validate the accuracy of the measurements Continuous health tracking: M… Read more

Good buy, thanks op :p


Looks like it is an older model and the prices have dropped steeply over time, it's £60-70 on Amazon, so still a good deal. Probably worth watching eBay to see if they list any more.


Just sold out or think they did a price error?


This watch has gps I believe For this price it's a solid gold steal

artform says £249.99 lol (highfive) (ninja) (unicorn)

Philips Series 3000 Beard & Stubble Trimmer with Stainless Steel-BT3206/13- £14.99 (Prime) £19.48 (Non) @ Amazon
Found 5th DecFound 5th Dec
A 3-day beard made easy: The innovative Lift & Trim comb cuts 30% faster* Self-sharpening stainless steel blades for long-lasting sharpness with rounded blade tips to prevent … Read more

Anybody find the button super stiff to slide?


Good price, only real let down seems to be slow charging.


Thanks @Brutes that's correct. I will remove it. (y)


I think the code is not valid now, heat for the find. (highfive)


Perfect (y)

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