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Amazon: Philips Hue Tap, Smart Light Switch without Batteries $27.07 (normally $49.99)

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Not sure if it's a price mistake or what but I added it in my saved items a few days ago at. $49.99 and bought the cheaper wireless dimmer.

I checked my saved items tonight and it was $27.07 shipped and sold by Amazon. Almost 50% off!

Batteries not required and works wirelessly to control your Philips Hue lights. You can program each button to specific light scenes.



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ive got my popcorn ready
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Lets go!
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24.36 @ wallyworld.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Philip...618664317?
Walmart charges $5.99 shipping unless you're ordering over $35
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Walmart charges $5.99 shipping unless you're ordering over $35
Free ship to store and just showing that it's not a price mistake as you can get a similar price at walmart.
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True. Not sure why the price suddenly dropped in a couple days. Everywhere else besides these two still has it around $49.99. I'd rather pay the extra $2.71 at Amazon to have it shipped to my house and avoid the trip to Walmart though. Just my two cents.
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True. Not sure why the price suddenly dropped in a couple days. Everywhere else besides these two still has it around $49.99. I'd rather pay the extra $2.71 at Amazon to have it shipped to my house and avoid the trip to Walmart though. Just my two cents.
You mean, just your 271 cents.

But really, they're point was just that it definitely isn't a price mistake if it's cheaper elsewhere.
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Not sure why the TDs. Got three at Walmart no issue.
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Not sure why the TDs. Got three at Walmart no issue.
Me neither. Now it's $44.99 at Amazon and out of stock at Walmart. Maybe that's a better deal for some people 🙄
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FYI- I have one of these and while it works fine, I much prefer the standard battery powered HUE remote (on/off/dim). Which explains why I have 6 of those and one of the taps.

Also, not a huge deal for some applications, but keep in mind you are supplying the energy to send the signals by pressing the buttons. Meaning they are not the standard shallow soft pressure buttons most are used to and can make a very audible "click"- annoying if your spouse is turning a light on in the middle of the night etc.
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