Philips Hue Outdoor Pedestal: White Fuzo $84.92, RGB Impress $140.31 C&C / + Shipping @ Noel Leeming (CSCBG Main Membership)


Somewhat common trend of new (to NL) products getting a decent discount via CSC.

Philips Hue White Outdoor Fuzo Pedestal

Philips Hue White and Adjust the lighting and its settings to help you throughout the day, from the morning you are leaving home to the evening when you get home

Features & Benefits

  • High light output
  • High running design
  • Set lighting for your ease of use (light schedules, away from home, geo-fencing)
  • Set timers for your convenience
  • IP44
  • Full control from a smart device with the Hue bridge
  • Material: Aluminium
  • Mains power: 240 V, 50-60 Hz
  • Total lumen output fixture: 1080 lm
  • Fixture dimmable
  • IP code: IP44, protection against objects bigger than 1 mm, protection from splashed water

Price elsewhere

$127 Mitre 10
$153.36+ Amazon AU
$157.63 PB Tech
$177.30 JB Hi-Fi
$229.99 Heathcotes

Philips Hue Outdoor Impress Pedestal Starter (Black) $140.31

Philips Hue Outdoor Impress Pedestal Starter

Limitless possibilities for an extraordinary experience. Add colour to your garden: Highlight the beauty of your garden or use when entertaining or relaxing, Play with 16 million colours using the Philips Hue app

Features & Benefits

  • Weatherproof lighting: This Philips Hue outdoor lamp is specially designed for use in outdoor environments and has undergone rigorous tests to ensure its performance
  • Smart control - home or away: Experience the comfort of your lights turning on automatically when you arrive and turning off when you leave. Philips Hue app helps you control your lights your way with geolocation control or with timers and light schedules.
  • Philips Hue Bridge required for Smart Control: Connect your Philips Hue lights with the Bridge to control your lights from your smart phone or tablet via the Philips Hue app
  • Voice Control: You can control your outdoor lights with our indoor remote control options such as the Philips Hue app or using your voice (Amazon Alexa, Apple Home Kit or Google Assistant).
  • Area Lighting Classification: IP44
  • Material: Aluminium
  • Specific Uses: outdoor use only
  • Fixture Features Dimmable, Smart Control, Wifi controlled, multi-coloured output
  • Total lumen output fixture: 1280 lm
  • Voltage: 24v
  • Height: 40 cm Length: 10 cm Depth: 10 cm

Price elsewhere

$311 Harvey Norman
$341.10 JB Hi-Fi
$379.99 Heathcotes

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  • +2

    These need a separate bridge to control from memory and are mains powered?

    Cool but may be tricky to install depending on your circumstances.

    • yes, its own hub or a zigbee enabled homeassistand or similar enthusiast platform..

  • Any reason why you didn't post the white one and colour one together? Just curious

    • Couldn't fit it in the title / different products.

      Mods might merge em though.

  • IP44 protection I find quite underwhelming, it appears as an outdoor light, but cannot take more than a splash of water. Caveat Emptor.

    • I think the description on the Impress one is wrong, as it also says it is IP 65 as shown at and discusses how IP65 is better than IP44. However in the specs it says IP44. So very confusing. On the philips site it says

      Weather-proof (IP65)

      This Philips Hue outdoor fixture is specially designed for use in outdoor environments and has undergone rigorous tests to ensure its performance. The IP level is described by two figures: the first one refers to the protection level against dust, the second against water. This lamp is designed with IP65: this means that it is protected against low pressure jets of water. It is a higher level of protection than IP44 and commonly used when luminaires are close to the ground or require higher protection due to the certain outdoor conditions.

      IMO that seems to be the better deal of the two if it is really IP65, as it is also 24v so you can plug into an outlet.. Although you can buy it from Mitre 10 for $285 for the starter.Anyone know what wattage the transformer is and how many lights can be added to it? It looks smaller than the transformer you can buy separately.

      • Just checked a few sites ,and most don't seem to list the rating. But NL state it is IP 44, But Harvey Normans list it as IP 54. Yet Philips state it is IP65 . Not unless there is a new version of it? I am confused. But I am guessing it is IP44 and there are lots of errors on these websites. But this review of it has a photo of the packaging, and that packing shows it is IP 44

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