Save today on certified Philips Hue equipment from less than $ 30

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As part of its deals of the day, Amazon has a selection of refurb Philips Hue lamps and more for sale for up to 25% off. These are certified refurbished kits and lamps, which means that they have been tested to work and look like new, and are supported by a 90-day warranty. There is a wide variety of starter kits, lamps and accessories included in this sale, so whether you are looking to get started with a few smart lamps in your home, or want to expand your current Philips Hue setup, today is it the day to do it.

If you don't have Philips Hue gear yet, this 4-lamp white starter kit is a perfect way to take things off, and today it's only $ 56.24, which comes close to the price of a single day Hue lamp. You can also opt for the colorful 2-bulb starter kit with dimmer for $ 58.11, or step up to $ 81.75 for the starter kit with 3 bulbs for color ambiance. Do you not need a starter kit? No problem! This sale also includes two packages of white dimmable lamps for $ 27.

The LightStrip Plus can be yours for just $ 59.96, bundled with an extension that regularly sells for $ 30. If you have an older Hue Hub or would rather buy just a few bulbs instead of a starter pack, you want to grab the newest generation Hue Smart Hub for $ 45.99. It is compatible with Amazon & # 39; s Alexa, Apple & # 39; s Siri and Google & # 39; s Assistant and lets you connect your lights with other smart base materials from Nest, SmartThings and more.

These prices are only valid for today, so make sure you have them in stock now, and if you think you have enough bulbs, treat yourself to another one. Your future self will thank you.

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