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Save £40 when purchasing 2 Philips hue 2m light strips at curry’s
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Save £40 when purchasing 2 Philips hue 2m light strips at curry’s

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Posted 10th Jul
To redeem this offer, add two of this product to your basket. Then enter code HUE40 at checkout and the discount will be applied automatically. Not available in conjunction with any other offer and not available in store. Offer ends 16/07/2019.
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great thanks these look ideal for me
OP probably worth putting in the cost with the voucher.
Hmm £50 a set makes them closer to what I’d be happier paying. Currently got a home made hue compatible strip under my kitchen wall cupboards but they’re flakey and not as reliable as hue kit. With this I could swap them out and have a set for behind the tv for £100....
Great! I was planning on getting two Hue Play Bars but reckon these will end up a lot better value. Could put one behind the tv and the other under kitchen counter! Thank you!!
Surely you'd only need the white box to be compatible with Hue? Could you get a 5M strip off eBay or Amazon and cut it at the indicated point and then attach to the unit...
LOGiCALX10/07/2019 17:03

Surely you'd only need the white box to be compatible with Hue? Could you …Surely you'd only need the white box to be compatible with Hue? Could you get a 5M strip off eBay or Amazon and cut it at the indicated point and then attach to the unit...


You need a 5 pin RGBWW strip to get the same colours as the Hue strips.
There is an online tutorial of how to make your on with parts ordered from Alibaba.
johnhumphreys10/07/2019 18:48

You need a 5 pin RGBWW strip to get the same colours as the Hue strips. …You need a 5 pin RGBWW strip to get the same colours as the Hue strips. There is an online tutorial of how to make your on with parts ordered from Alibaba.


Brilliant, thanks!
LOGiCALX10/07/2019 18:53

Brilliant, thanks!


Here’s a link to what I did to get a cheap setup on hue. Unfortunately it’s flakey as anything so I’m now tempted to get these at £50 to replace them. char.gd/blo…ips
binned-it10/07/2019 22:11

Here’s a link to what I did to get a cheap setup on hue. Unfortunately i …Here’s a link to what I did to get a cheap setup on hue. Unfortunately it’s flakey as anything so I’m now tempted to get these at £50 to replace them. https://char.gd/blog/2018/building-better-cheaper-philips-hue-led-strips


That’s what I found today by Owen. Like you I think I’d just pay for convenience, instead of messing with all that
LOGiCALX10/07/2019 23:23

That’s what I found today by Owen. Like you I think I’d just pay for con …That’s what I found today by Owen. Like you I think I’d just pay for convenience, instead of messing with all that


Yeah plus when they do work the white light really isn’t bright at all, colours are what you’d expect but the whites are very low light.
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