With Epiphany, Christmas has finally said goodbye to us and the Christmas tree should also have gone bye-bye in your home by now. And if not, then it will probably be time in the next few days. But what happens to the Hue Festavia after that?
The smart string lights from Philips Hue can cost more than 200 euros, depending on their length. After three or four weeks of use, it would be a shame to put the Festavia back in its box for a few months and stow it away in the cellar or storage room.
This is exactly what happened to a Festavia in my home – we took the tree down and packed the string lights away again. Three more Hue Festavia are currently still lit up in the garden in the evenings, but I'm starting to worry about that too. I'll probably use the next few dry days to take two Festavia down from the trees.
One last Festavia will probably remain hanging all year round. I have connected it to my outdoor low-voltage system and also “woven” it into the garden fence with a lot of effort. This should also create a nice atmosphere on a balmy summer evening with a cool drink on the patio.
Philips Hue Festavia String Lights
from $219.99 / €119.99 / £109.99
Some impressions of the Hue Festavia away from the Christmas tree
Finally, a few impressions of how the Hue Festavia can be placed. In addition to official product photos from Philips Hue, there are also some pictures from the community.
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