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Amazon has Philips Hue Motion Sensor for Smart Lights (473389) on sale for $27.19 > now $27.49. Shipping is free. Thanks samer25

Note, the Philips Hue motion sensor requires a Philips Hue bridge. Each kit includes one Hue Motion Sensor with two AAA alkaline batteries, a magnet, screws, a manual, and a two-year warranty.
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Lol seriously. I wish I never bought a single light. It's a trap. A neat and very expensive trap...
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last year, i paid $12 for these on ebay. i could have sworn these went on huge discount a year ago but it looks like there is a new sku for this item but the same exact product; maybe to justify the higher price. anyway, no one should need one of these right away so it's best to wait until you can make your best deal and then grab a few. if that means waiting for an ebay promo or keep bidding until your ship comes in. like i said, i paid $12.20 and it's one of the best, more reliable sensors i have among all the home automation gadgets that i own.
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More random Hue shit? WHYNOT?!
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Great deal. Thanks
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Lowest price looks like $20 but I need it soon so this will do. There's a promo for 10% using amazon prime CC so its better than nothing.
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More random Hue shit? WHYNOT?!
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Great deal, got two with an microsd card with the chase 15 off 60 promo
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Lol seriously. I wish I never bought a single light. It's a trap. A neat and very expensive trap...
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last year, i paid $12 for these on ebay. i could have sworn these went on huge discount a year ago but it looks like there is a new sku for this item but the same exact product; maybe to justify the higher price. anyway, no one should need one of these right away so it's best to wait until you can make your best deal and then grab a few. if that means waiting for an ebay promo or keep bidding until your ship comes in. like i said, i paid $12.20 and it's one of the best, more reliable sensors i have among all the home automation gadgets that i own.
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last year, i paid $12 for these on ebay. i could have sworn these went on huge discount a year ago but it looks like there is a new sku for this item but the same exact product; maybe to justify the higher price. anyway, no one should need one of these right away so it's best to wait until you can make your best deal and then grab a few. if that means waiting for an ebay promo or keep bidding until your ship comes in. like i said, i paid $12.20 and it's one of the best, more reliable sensors i have among all the home automation gadgets that i own.
Good to know. Thanks.
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last year, i paid $12 for these on ebay. i could have sworn these went on huge discount a year ago but it looks like there is a new sku for this item but the same exact product; maybe to justify the higher price. anyway, no one should need one of these right away so it's best to wait until you can make your best deal and then grab a few. if that means waiting for an ebay promo or keep bidding until your ship comes in. like i said, i paid $12.20 and it's one of the best, more reliable sensors i have among all the home automation gadgets that i own.
They're great working in the hue ecosystem but unfortunately they don't really work anywhere else. From my experience stringify, iftt, and smartthings do not recognize it
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last year, i paid $12 for these on ebay. i could have sworn these went on huge discount a year ago but it looks like there is a new sku for this item but the same exact product; maybe to justify the higher price. anyway, no one should need one of these right away so it's best to wait until you can make your best deal and then grab a few. if that means waiting for an ebay promo or keep bidding until your ship comes in. like i said, i paid $12.20 and it's one of the best, more reliable sensors i have among all the home automation gadgets that i own.

Have you seen them below $20 since? Would love to get it at a great price.
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Have 2 that I bought to test for hallways and LOVE THEM. Need a couple more now, but I paid $20 each last time and that's about what I feel good paying. Great sensor for those wanting to dive deeper down the hue and smart home hole lol
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If you want this for hue Bridge purpose only then OK. If you have hue bulbs with bridge connected to Samsung smartthings. Better get the iris Motion sensor (currently 14.99 at lowes). Much better than Philips motion sensor. Very sensitive compared to philips. Great battery life and cheaper.
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If you want this for hue Bridge purpose only then OK. If you have hue bulbs with bridge connected to Samsung smartthings. Better get the iris Motion sensor (currently 14.99 at lowes). Much better than Philips motion sensor. Very sensitive compared to philips. Great battery life and cheaper.
The Iris sensor that has a temp reading like this Hue does is $29.99. The $14.99 is motion only.
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The Iris sensor that has a temp reading like this Hue does is $29.99. The $14.99 is motion only.
The iris Motion sensor I'm talking about does also temperature and it's 14.99 at lowes (originally 29.99) but looks like discontinued and it's in store only
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