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Bawcephus
New Orleans Saints Fan
Member since Jul 2018
543 posts

Philips Hue Lights
Moving into a new house in a couple weeks and the new space seems to be set up perfectly to benefit from versatile lighting.

For starters looking at (4) of the recessed bulbs and (2) strips.

Questions:

Worth the price?
Best place to buy?
Do they blend well with other off the shelf single color bulbs?
Things I'm not considering/aware of?



pwejr88
LSU Fan
Friend of Bill
Member since Apr 2007
28216 posts

re: Philips Hue Lights
Absolutely worth it. I love ours and have quite a few and different types. It would take a novel to tell the cool things about them.

Best Buy and Amazon.
The price is pretty much set in stone for now.
Facebook Marketplace can land you a steal every so often
This post was edited on 6/4 at 6:40 pm


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efrad
New Orleans Saints Fan
New Orleans
Member since Nov 2007
13030 posts

re: Philips Hue Lights
absolutely worth the price. every penny.


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4WHLN
USA Fan
Drinking at the Cottage Inn
Member since Mar 2013
6862 posts

re: Philips Hue Lights
We have a few in the master bedroom and bathroom and enjoy them. Going to start next in the living room kitchen. They are expensive but worth the money in my book.

The misses knows it’s game on when she walks in the bedroom and it’s lit up all red!!


baldona
Auburn Fan
Florida
Member since Feb 2016
9316 posts

re: Philips Hue Lights
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The misses knows it’s game on when she walks in the bedroom and it’s lit up all red!!



I hope that works better for you then me, my wife liked it the first time now she just gets pissed every night. Maybe it’s because I do it every night?


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TigerstuckinMS
LSU Fan
Member since Nov 2005
20006 posts

re: Philips Hue Lights
Consider motion sensors.

Every bulb in my place is Hue, even the porch light ("Look for the purple porch light" in delivery instructions is a killer app).

By far, the single thing I love the most are the motion sensors in the bathrooms. Between 10 pm and 8 am, the lights automatically come on in a very dim red. When you're half asleep at 4 am and have to pee, you don't have to fumble for a light switch and you're not blinded or fully waken up by your lights.


4WHLN
USA Fan
Drinking at the Cottage Inn
Member since Mar 2013
6862 posts

re: Philips Hue Lights
The sensors are legit. We have one on our main hall from the garage and one in the master bathroom. The hall is nice when you come in bags in hand and don’t have to fumble for the lights. Bathroom is set up for nighttime pissing as well.


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The Levee
LSU Fan
Bat Country
Member since Feb 2006
6533 posts

re: Philips Hue Lights
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Consider motion sensors.


This.

Motion sensors make them so much better and open all kinds of possibilities


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