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Philips LivingColors Colour Changing Mood Lamp, with Remote Control

by Philips

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  • Innovative LED Light with intuitive remote control
  • Simple to use
  • Small and modern
  • Lets you choose from 16 million colours to suit your moods
  • Colour loop available
  • Various dimming features - increase or decrease colour saturation and brightness
  • Creates atmosphere and ambience within the home
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand Philips
Item Weight1.9 Kg
Product Dimensions28.8 x 24.4 x 23 cm
Item model number872790027002047
Part Number 872790027002047
Shape prism
Fixture Features remote control
Type of Bulb LED
Bulb Features battery powered
Bulb Length 78 millimetres
  
Additional Information
ASINB000VI7K4K
Best Sellers Rank 18,736 in Lighting (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.9 Kg
Date First Available27 Aug. 2007
  
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Product Description

Manufacturer's Description

Welcome to a new world of Light and Colour from Philips. Philips LivingColors is an innovative LED light with an intuitive remote control that enables you to create your own ambience through the use of colour and light.

Available in two styles; Versatile Clear or Sophisticated Black.
What Colour Is......

Bright sunshine yellow to warm your soul, or romance in shades of red. Perhaps a pale leaf green to ease you into the evening. LivingColors has the perfect hue to suit your mood and create the ambience you desire.

16 Million Colours!

The LivingColors lamp contains 4 light emitting diodes (LEDs). Two red, one blue and one green. Together they can be increased, reduced, brightened or dimmed to produce a total of 16 million different colour combinations.

Touch the colour wheel on your remote and LivingColors lights up your world in any shade you choose. From soothing pastel shades to rich, intense colours.
Philips LivingColors - colour changing mood lamp with remote control Philips LivingColors - colour changing mood lamp with remote control
Philips LivingColors - colour changing mood lamp with remote control Philips LivingColors - colour changing mood lamp with remote control
Philips LivingColor Lamp Unique Design

The LivingColors lamp has a highly distinctive appearance. It's beautifully tough transparent surround is flat on the bottom to ensure stability when the lamp is placed on a flat surface.

It won't be easy to decide the best place for this lamp...whether it's a kid's bedroom or a spacious lounge, a cosy bedroom or a posh drawing room, you will love to place it every where… it will stimulate the environment and everybody will simply love it.


Size

The lamp is around 20 cm high


Batteries

3AAA batteries are required. These are included with the lamp.


Cable and Adaptor

The translucent power cable is 2.5 metres long. It is designed to be connected to the LivingColors power adaptor, which reduces the voltage to just 5V


Philips LivingColor Lamp with Remote
Demo Mode

If you disconnect and then reconnect the power supply, the lamp quickly runs through its whole colour repertoire.

Furthermore when the lamp is on, if you hold down the on button for around 10 seconds whilst pointing it at LivingColors the lamp will automatically go into the colour loop mode.

Optimum Distance to Wall

Place the LivingColors lamp 0.5 to 1 metre away from your wall for the best effect.


Guarantee and Service

The LivingColors lamp and remote control are guaranteed for 1 year. Unfortunately the LED's are not replaceable, however the life span of the LED bulbs are 8-10 years based on 1.5-3 hours usage per day.
No Heat

As the lamp does not emit any heat, you can keep it on for as many hours as you like.

Cleaning

Cleaning this lamp will never be a problem because of its smooth surface. The lamp may be cleaned with a clean, soft, dry cloth. Cleaning agents should not be used.


Philips LivingColors


Philips Remote control

The intuitive remote control allows you to switch the LivingColors lamp on and off, dim or change the colour effect from anywhere in the room.

Radio Controlled

The remote control works on radio frequency (not an infrared beam). This means you don't need to point it directly at the lamp to change the colour effect


Colour Spectrum

By turning the colour loop on, you can display an almost infinite variety of colours.

Colour Saturation

The "colour saturation" button enables you to adjust the amount of white mix allowing you to create the colour tone you desire.

Light Intensity

You can increase or reduce the light intensity by using the dimmer button.
Philips - LivingColor Lamp with Remote


Philips - LivingColor Lamp wiith Remote


Connection Option

You can connect up to 6 LivingColors lamps to the same remote control. Just place the remote control close to the Philips brand name on the front of each lamp, and hold down the "on" button until the lamp flashes 3 times. The lamp will then operate off this control and be in sequence with the other Livingcolor lamps.

Memory

The remote control "remembers" the last setting you chose, and displays this the next time you switch the lamp on.

Box Contains

  • 1x Philips LivingColors LED lamp
  • 1x power cable
  • 1x remote control
  • 3x AAA batteries.

  • Customer Questions & Answers

    Customer Reviews

    4.3 out of 5 stars

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    34 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Tomás on 29 Sept. 2008
    I heard about this lamp and dismissed it as a trashy cheap sounding toy, but I was in Dublin recently and saw one in operation in a philips shop. It was actually kind of nice and because you can turn down the intensity of the colours a lot, it really manages to create a lot of different moods.

    When I got it back home it was even better, in the evenings, in our white painted apartment, it could totally transform the look of the place. Light blues, deep greens, or hellish deep red, whatever the colour or intensity you want with the remote it only takes seconds to get it.

    The lamp is nice and heavy, although a little top heavy, and the guy in the shop told me there was a stand for it but there was nothing in the box. The design is very Apple, and the remote is gorgeous even on it's own, with the glossy white finish and round spectrum to play with. It's also not infra-red, so you don't need line of sight with it.

    I thought the price was pretty high, but now I'm starting to convince myself that one or two more wouldn't be such a bad purchase. Very recommended!
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    21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Sachin Thakur on 15 Feb. 2008
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    I bought Philips LivingColors as a Valentine gift for my girlfriend just yesterday for her bedroom which is not very big. She is absolutely thrilled by it.

    This is an amazing product, & it really changes the ambience of the entire room!! You can play around with the remote (which is radio controlled, so you don't have to point it towards the lamp!) to get the precise colour you want, with its 16 million options.

    The product itself is a beauty and can adorn any setting. Philips has a winner here.

    Every now & then, my girlfriend changes the colour to reflect her mood, & I have to guess if she's angry, or sad, or naughty, or happy. The lamp doesn't get hot at all, even if you leave it on for hours.

    I have not found any negatives yet. It's a bit expensive, but worth it.
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    9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Emma on 22 Nov. 2008
    My husband bought me this for my birthday - and I love it! We've put it in the bedroom and I have the "zapper" on my bedside table. In the morning I turn it a bluey colour to help us wake up (circadian sensor), in the evening I have it on a dull orange as we get changed for bed (no circadian hit). If we want to read in bed, we just about can with it desaturated to white, though it's not really bright enough for long-term reading (and you couldn't light your living room with it).

    Our 2-year-old son loves it too. When he climbs in our bed in the morning he always asks for the remote, plays with it and shouts out the colours.

    I also took it along to a physics course my friend teaches - it is an excellent way to explain to people how you can make yellow light out of red and green. It's not really designed to provide white light though - the colour rendering is not great when it's on white (because there are bits of the spectrum missing "between" the LED emittance bands). This means you shouldn't use it as room illumination when you might have to recognise colours in what you're doing.

    But as fun mood lighting it's great! And a superb present to buy a woman for Christmas!
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    9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By marcoscu TOP 500 REVIEWER on 12 Nov. 2008
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    I was somewhat offput by the cost at first but Amazon cut the price and I decided to buy one and have not since regretted it.

    Firstly, don't think of this as a light source, it is not, it's designed for mood lighting in an otherwise darkened room. The best way to use it, at least for me, it is to locate it in a corner in a room with white or plain walls angled upwards. You can then just keep on for a pleasant moody atmospheric lighting changing it as the fancy takes you or just allowing it to cycle through its' auto setting.

    If you have the money for it you can buy up half a dozen of them and they will work together to create ( I imagine) a stunning effect.

    Remember that the LED light source is non replaceable and the unit itself, which is about the size of a large melon, is fairly delicate so it needs to be carefully handled.

    If you are looking for some mood lighting for a special room then this would be a great buy, although a cheap one.
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    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By B. R. Dean on 8 May 2009
    Having read all the customer reviews, and looked at alternatives, I finally got this, and have been very happy with it - it was exactly what I was expecting.

    It's brighter than some people have said; in a small room, especially with pale walls, it is bright enough to read by. Otherwise, it provides great mood lighting.

    The remote control is sensitive, perhaps too much so. It's easy to catch the surface and change the colour - the brightness control seems less sensitive. The auto colour change mode is nice, but basic - full saturation, full brightness, in only one direction through the spectrum.

    Also, I refute the 16 million colour claim. In theory, with RGB LEDs and 256 brightness levels, you could have that - if you were in total darkness in a pure white room. However, some of the LEDs shut off at lower intensities, so very dim blue is just the blue LED, while just brightening actually activates the green and blue LEDs, thus removing some options (i.e. blue LED only, but full brightness). Also, the eye tends to interpret some colours differently because it's a light source - so dark orange, rather than brown. And the remote is not sensitive enough to distinguish between 16 million finger positions.

    All this being said, it's a great lamp. It's a bit expensive, but I'd say by far the best product of its type on the market today.
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