The Philips Hue outdoor lights portfolio will include three products initially - luminaries, spot lighting, and pillar posts.
Philips Hue is a popular smart home lighting system, so it was only a matter of time before the company extended to the outdoors. "Adjust or automate the lighting to welcome you home, light your path as you attend to housework and have greater peace of mind over your home's security". Both models let you choose from 16 million colors. These new outdoor products are fully compatible with the Philips Hue ecosystem and work the same way as the company's indoor range.
Philips Hue Lily a new spotlight with integrated outdoor case.
Phillips' Hue lights can be controlled remotely via the connected app, with location awareness feature prompting the lights to turn on once a person comes home. A few of the outdoor luminaires are flawless for mounting near a front or back door, so your lights can welcome you and your visitors to your home.
Philips Hue Outdoor Lighting Products Coming This Summer
Philips teased back in January that it would be launching outdoor Hue lights later in the year, and it has now provided details of the products - including pricing and availability.
With the Philips Hue white and color ambiance outdoor range, you can take your outdoor space to the next level, whether dining with friends, relaxing with a book, or simply beatifying your garden with colored light. The Calla bollard will retail for United States dollars 129.99 / Euro 139.99 as base unit pack. Extension kits will be available for MSRP $79.99.
Philips Hue Calla a bollard created to be fitted in paths or driveways. Choose a light color to suit your mood, highlight your walkway or patio, and set the tone for your outdoor activities. Calla bollard will retail for £125.
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