It will probably take a while before there are new products from Philips Hue – presumably there will be new fodder here in June. A little faster are the Dutch colleagues from Innr, who have already presented a new and a revised product today. And as befits the season, it's off into the garden.
There is a new addition to the Outdoor Globe Light Color globe light, the Innr OGL 130 C. The globe lights are available in a pack of three, which can be optionally extended by up to two more. The connection to the Hue Bridge is made via the ZigBee standard.
The globe lights can be mounted in the ground with the help of ground spikes or universally on ceilings, branches or garden sheds with the help of a suspension loop. The globe lights create a cosy atmosphere and illuminate areas with soft mood lighting. The brightness of the 19-centimetre ball lights is given by the manufacturer as 370 lumens.
The price: the starter set will soon be available at various retailers for 199.99 euros, the extension for 59.99 euros.
More brightness for the outdoor strip light
There is a small update for the Outdoor Flex Light by Innr, which is available in two different lengths. Here we can look forward to more brightness: the two-metre long light strip will be able to shine 660 instead of 550 lumens. The second generation of the four-metre-long Outdoor Flex Light is even 1,440 instead of 1,000 lumens.
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