expired Philips Hue Outdoor Smart Lights 20-36% off @ Amazon AU

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Up to 36% off Philips hue smart outdoor range.

Cheapest I have seen! Obviously get into Bunnings for 10% price beat on same stocked items.

I just ordered some of the newer style wall lights for outside.

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    Thanks OP :)

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    Hi guys, Do i need any specific wiring to install or just replace with current wall light? Please advise

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    Pretty sure this is a stupid question but these are weather proof right? Like I can put it outside in the rain and heat?

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    Bunnings don't really stock any Philips Hue outdoor lights apart from the lily extensions and some bollards.

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      A lot of these seem to be newer released products not in the Australian market yet - like the outdoor floodlight. I picked up a floodlight - which is 240v.

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        Check out reviews from Amazon US. PITA to install due to design of the mounts which puts me off. Was about to pull the trigger - been keeping an eye for a discount for close to 6 months!

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          Do they mention if they mount well on a ceiling overhang for a balcony?

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          Mine will likely tucked up under a new steel carport - so I'll leave it to electrician to work out the mount, I hope it's not too bad….

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    No outdoor sensor though sadly

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    Bought 3 Lillies and extension cord. If you buy any echo you get further 20% off the lights.

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    Went back to get another cable and seems that most of the hues went back up in price.

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    Thanks OP. I grabbed 5 of the Hue Calla bollard outdoor lights from Bunnings to add to my growing collection.

    I too noticed that the Amazon prices have returned to normal….but as of 6:20 pm AEST, Bunnings still have the Spot lights and Bollards at the reduced pricing.

    Get them while they are hot!

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    How do you install these outdoor lights if you don't have any electrical outlets outdoor?

    Do you need to install an outdoor electricial outlet ? ie call electrician etc?

    I'm interested to do this for my front yard as my footpath to my front door is very dim and hard to see.

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      Yes, you will need an outdoor power point. That will allow you to daisy chain up to 5 spot lights or bollards, or a combination of both. You will also need a Philips Hue hub to be able to control the lights and get the best bang for your buck.

      There is a very active thread running on Whirlpool if you want to see what is possible.

      https://forums.whirlpool.net.au/thread/9mnkxx43

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    Grabbed 3 spotlights and just set them up. Very happy so far.

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    Couldn't resist any longer so went the impress wall lights as well.

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    Damn. Went crazy and bought a floodlight too and an outdoor motion sensor from Simply LEDs. Please some one help me..

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    No one helped so I ended up buying 2 more globes and 2 of the outdoor calla lights.