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Promoted 06-11-2016 by Randy71 at 09:00 AM View Original Post
Amazon.com has Philips Hue Iris Wireless LED Lamp (259960) on sale for $49.99. Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $49 or more. Thanks Glacier101

Note, you will need the Philips Hue bridge and install the Philips Hue app in order to use the Philips Hue Iris Wireless LED Lamp

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#4
Light strip starter pack, with 2 strips is also on sale for 65. It's out of stock but can be ordered. Lowest price ever on Amazon, they have the singles for the same price
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In for 2 Iris, recently upgraded all lights in condo to Hue, this and the hue go were the last 2 on the list, iris price is good not crazy cheap but definitely the cheapest I've seen it. The light strips are gen 1 I believe, I'd pass on those if it were me.
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In for 2 Iris, recently upgraded all lights in condo to Hue, this and the hue go were the last 2 on the list, iris price is good not crazy cheap but definitely the cheapest I've seen it. The light strips are gen 1 I believe, I'd pass on those if it were me.

Philips 800284 Hue Lightstrip Plus, 2nd Generation [amazon.com]
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#7
This looks like a good deal for those unlucky ones who weren't able to get Iris from Home Depot for $25.03. Set up, the lights are absolutely beautiful!
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okay great, but there is no deal here
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okay great, but there is no deal here
Uh i think you missed the point. Not everything in threads will be deals if you follow the conversation. I may be wasting my time responding.
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Quote from heygrego View Post :
okay great, but there is no deal here
I was trying to buy the last piece and it rang 1 cents so the CSR for crazy and said she can not sell and denied checking out .. Hard luck should have went through the self checkout at HD
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Quote from WildflowerGuru View Post :
Uh i think you missed the point. Not everything in threads will be deals if you follow the conversation. I may be wasting my time responding.
Perhaps giving your post more than simply a link would have helped to prevent confusion. You may have wasted other people's time by not supplying any context to go with your link. An added minute could have cleared up any confusion and prevented wasted time by others and, as we have come to see, it ended up coming back around to waste your time.

I'm really tempted to get one of these just to see the differences between them and the blooms. I have 5 blooms and like them ok, but I hear these are brighter. The larger size is a turn-off for me.
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Quote from Serus View Post :
Light strip starter pack, with 2 strips is also on sale for 65. It's out of stock but can be ordered. Lowest price ever on Amazon, they have the singles for the same price
Link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00I130...UTF8&psc=1

It has to be the 1st gen starter pack, frustration free packaging. It is currently on backorder but it lets you order it. This is not a terrible price. The difference between 2nd gen and 1st gen light strips is huge, but I'm also not willing to spend $90 per strip vs ~$30 here when all I want them for is more accent lighting.
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Sorry if this is a dumb question but is the bloom a new version of the iris? Everything I see online has them being very similar in just about every aspect. Maybe I'm missing something, but can anyone who owns one of these comment between the 2. Thank you
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I was trying to buy the last piece and it rang 1 cents so the CSR for crazy and said she can not sell and denied checking out .. Hard luck should have went through the self checkout at HD

You can also just stop, pull out your cell phone and call the Home Depot 1800 number. You don't have to be mean. Cashier will flip and call for a manager who will ask the cashier if it's what it rang up for. Make sure you aren't an awful person and using fake UPC stickers and look at the package. When they say yes it is what it rang up for the manager will likely apologize to you and ring it up for 1c.

Or if there isn't a manager available, or they claim it's a pricing glitch, corporate will take care of you.

It seems (I don't work for HD), they use an adversarial system for clearance markdowns. It's likely making the store sell the item at 1c as a sort of punishment for not pulling the items in time (as the cost of the item is probably still hitting the P+L).

Now! Sometimes, a cashier or manager will give you wide doe eyes and ask to ring it up as a generic clearance SKU for a few bucks. I have no problem with that, I'm still getting an amazing deal.

But hey, if self checkout is open, that's a solid choice too......
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Quote from Amerijapoxicano View Post :
Perhaps giving your post more than simply a link would have helped to prevent confusion. You may have wasted other people's time by not supplying any context to go with your link. An added minute could have cleared up any confusion and prevented wasted time by others and, as we have come to see, it ended up coming back around to waste your time.
I think I proved my point. Wasting my time if YOU are unable to follow a conversation and your response is on the level of snowflakes.
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