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persianbob 6 60 August 3, 2015 at 03:53 PM in Lighting (6) More Amazon Deals
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Promoted 08-03-2015 by Corwin at 07:31 PM View Original Post has select Philips Hue Light Bulbs on Sale. Get 2x for $99.99 (discount applied at checkout). Shipping is free. Thanks persianbob

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Written by Corwin

These bulbs don't go on sale very often, so this is nice opportunity to save on them. The offer is valid through August 15, 2015. -Corwin


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Edited August 4, 2015 at 08:12 AM by wuzzy
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From August 2, 2015 through August 15, 2015, purchase any 2 select Philips Hue light bulbs for $99.99 when shipped and sold by Discount taken at checkout. See terms and conditions"
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Last Edited by shojus August 4, 2015 at 02:27 AM
Why are these expensive? In a nutshell, it's smart [wifi] lighting...

Read more here:

Hope this helps... Smilie

***If anyone wants to get these bulbs locally (A-19 or BR-30) for about $100 OTD then Best Buy has them for $20 off when you buy 2 (which equates to $100 plus tax). If you factor in that you can also use mover coupons and reward certificates than Best Buy just may be a better deal if you don't need the other, smaller bulbs that Amazon has in their promo. Just thought I'd chime in considering I have went pretty crazy with Home Automation in the last few weeks! Wink It's def addicting! Lol

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Interesting. I stocked up on the $44/ea ones from Home Depot a few months ago, otherwise I'd jump on this. Thanks for sharing.
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Hue sales are pretty rare. Good find.
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damn .. i need the LED strips.. have enough of the bulbs already
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Why are these bulbs so expensive?
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Ugh I paid 55 each last week and bought 10
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You can get plain white Hue compatible Zigbee bulbs for dirt cheap now. We really need some more competition in the color changing space. I don't even care much about having red or green (fun to play with for awhile, but lost its novelty), I just like being able to tune the color temperature warm or cool.
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Quote from varaonaid View Post :
Hue sales are pretty rare. Good find.
Hardly -- buy them at Sears or Kmart and stack SYW coupons -- that's how I've gotten them
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Serious question for those that follow this space ... any reason why these are so expensive? Are the color changing bulbs just that technically advanced that they can't be reproduced easily? Or do we expect that over the next few years, prices on these will drop similar to what we saw with pricing on standard LED's. Are the competitors worth seriously considering?

I'm really enjoying the home automation stuff and would love to get some of the functionality of Hue lights. Just wondering if it makes sense to wait a bit or if prices are expected to remain high I could jump in now.
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Seems like a great product, however, it's a bit pricey for a light bulb
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These bulbs are REALLY expensive for the same reason the first flat screen TVs were $10K

It's an interesting gimmick - they cost Philips $15 apiece to make.
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I returned mine because they come on at full brightness automatically after a power outage. They should have some sort of memory or companion dimmer switch that prevents this IMO.
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The pictures in the reviews look kind of spooky. The concept is attractive however I don't think it's worth the amount of money.
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