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[Bed Bath And Beyond] Philips Hue lightstrip Plus $49.99

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[Bed Bath And Beyond] Philips Hue lightstrip Plus $49.99

I picked up a Philips Hue lightstrip for $49.99 at BBB Markham tonight. White A19 bulbs were also on clearance for $9.99.

Unfortunately they wouldn't accept my 20% email signup discount.
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iowsun wrote:
Jan 17th, 2019 10:40 pm
I picked up a Philips Hue lightstrip for $49.99 at BBB Markham tonight. White A19 bulbs were also on clearance for $9.99.

Unfortunately they wouldn't accept my 20% email signup discount.
What location?
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Can you post the receipt so we can get other stores to PM?

Did they have any more?
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Picture pls if possible,
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runbrun11 wrote:
Jan 17th, 2019 11:38 pm
Do they require a hub?
For full functionality the Hue Bridge is recommended. Amazon's Echo Plus can control the basic functions of the bulbs without the bridge.
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I wonder if this may be an in-store clearance and YMMV as the online price shows as $109.99. Will try and get more info in the morning.
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Damn, I’d be all over this but I stopped using my htpc as a media player after switching to ATV.

Always wanted dynamic bias lighting.
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I was contemplating this for my 106" projection screen in the basement HT and I'll need 25.5 feet of this around the entire screen, which works out to be $50 for the initial 2m, plus $240 for each additional metre @ $39.99 (regular price for the extension)... So $290 and I'd still have to get a hue bridge for this! Not a cheap implementation to say the least...
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rvs007 wrote:
Jan 18th, 2019 11:03 am
I was contemplating this for my 106" projection screen in the basement HT and I'll need 25.5 feet of this around the entire screen, which works out to be $50 for the initial 2m, plus $240 for each additional metre @ $39.99 (regular price for the extension)... So $290 and I'd still have to get a hue bridge for this! Not a cheap implementation to say the least...
Might as well get dreamscreen if you're going to shell out that much.

https://www.dreamscreentv.com/product/dreamscreen-hd/
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Thanks, will check after class!
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rvs007 wrote:
Jan 18th, 2019 11:03 am
I was contemplating this for my 106" projection screen in the basement HT and I'll need 25.5 feet of this around the entire screen, which works out to be $50 for the initial 2m, plus $240 for each additional metre @ $39.99 (regular price for the extension)... So $290 and I'd still have to get a hue bridge for this! Not a cheap implementation to say the least...
Why not just buy 4 of these for $200?

Edit: If you need a bigger strip than just 72-inches, this isn't that great of a value since the 160-inch (80-inch + 40-inch) kit was selling at Bestbuy last week for $94:

https://www.bestbuy.ca/en-ca/product/ph ... 10141.aspx?
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CaMRoN wrote:
Jan 18th, 2019 11:14 am
Why not just buy 4 of these for $200?
Can the initial 2m be used as extensions as well? If so then that would be the way to go...

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