Philips Hue Lighting From $39, Up To 53% Off - Amazon Black Friday 2018 Deals

Arguably the world's best smart lighting family has just been treated to some massive discounts in celebration of Black Friday; from today until Monday, November 26 (or sooner if supplies don't last), the Philips Hue range is up to 53-percent off, with virtually all members of the critically acclaimed series seeing their prices slashed over the last several hours. Yes, that includes the product combos such as the Philips Hue Starter Kit bundled with the third-generation Amazon Echo Dot or the second Echo smart speaker.

Since its 2012 debut, the Philips Hue family received countless innovation awards in the industry and beyond, amazing consumers all over the world with its simplicity and versatility. Unlike many rivaling solutions, Hue lights don't clog your home Wi-Fi because they communicate via a separate bridge which can accept up to 63 individual lights (though 50 is the recommended limit for responsiveness reasons). You can connect your lights to a compatible smart TV to have them change colors based on the content you're viewing, or do the same with Razer's Chroma app and take your PC gaming experience to the next level. Naturally, the sole fact that you have Internet-enabled light bulbs means that you can control them via your smartphone or voice assistant of choice and add them to your automation routines regardless of the smart home ecosystem you're using. All things considered, if you want to ennoble your household and/or start buying into the future of home lighting, the Philips Hue Black Friday 2018 sale is something you really shouldn't miss.

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