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[The Source] Philips Hue Motion Sensor @thesource - $19.96

Philips Hue Indoor Motion Sensor for Smart Lights (Requires Hue Hub, Installation-Free, Exclusively for Hue Smart Bulbs)

This is on sale at the source for $19.96 (probably clearance price). All other retailers have the motion sensor priced at $49.99

Shipping is free for orders above $50 before tax. Or you can have the order shipped to nearby store for free pickup

Happy shopping!
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Aug 19, 2008
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Thanks op. Sick deal
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Dec 13, 2008
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I guess no price match opportunities?
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Aug 25, 2012
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Awesome deal. Love hue products
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I have one of these in my washroom so when I enter it automatically turns on my lights and then turn off if no movement is detected for 10 mins.

You can also set it so the light is dimmer during late night to early morning as not to burn your eyes.
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That was quick, already OOS.
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Jul 23, 2014
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mannat25 wrote: Does this works with smart things
you need a Device Handler for it to work with SmartThings.

I have a few of these around the home.

Only issue is they sometimes drop out of range and need to be battery reset at times. Positives, they use AAA batteries and can measure Lux.
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Jaytee wrote: I have one of these in my washroom so when I enter it automatically turns on my lights and then turn off if no movement is detected for 10 mins.

You can also set it so the light is dimmer during late night to early morning as not to burn your eyes.

I thought about doing that too but I found these ge motion dimmer switches which can do without having a battery powered motion to add.

They are pricey but I like the look
https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B071Y38FX5/ref ... vFbD1CC6RV
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Dec 20, 2014
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Thanks OP got one right when you posted!
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Damn, great deal, but missed it. I have a few of these plus around 20 Smartthings motion sensors. These are great when controlling many hue lights simultaneously and they all react at the same time. With Smartthings sensors, the lights react individually quickly, but not in unison.
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Lush78 wrote: Damn, great deal, but missed it. I have a few of these plus around 20 Smartthings motion sensors. These are great when controlling many hue lights simultaneously and they all react at the same time. With Smartthings sensors, the lights react individually quickly, but not in unison.
I replaced all my samsung motion sensors with hue, because I can't afford special batteries for Samsung
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sonyHdr12 wrote: I replaced all my samsung motion sensors with hue, because I can't afford special batteries for Samsung
Fortunately, I've been and to order 12 packs of Amazon basics CR2 batteries through warehouse deals for my last two orders and they show up like brand new for a pretty decent discount. Agreed that AAA is much more affordable though.
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I ordered 2 of them, and only need 1. If anyone wants the second one I can give it to them at cost but pick up only in Surrey.

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