The Philips Hue Outdoor Lightstrip is a rather flexible thing that can be placed around curves as you like. However, the supplied brackets are only suitable for mounting on a solid surface that can also be screwed into. If you want to lay the Outdoor Light Strip on the ground, you can now print the matching accessories yourself.
I think I’ve had a Philips Hue Outdoor LightStrip in the garage for almost a year because I just didn’t know what to do with it. It was only when I built a small raised bed lengthwise through my garden that the light strip found its place.
In the past, we have already been asked several times whether the Hue Outdoor LightStrip can be shortened. I would like to take up this topic in the blog. To cut a long story short: the answer is no. The Hue LightStrip for indoor use can easily be shortened with scissors at several preset points.
I am always amazed at the ideas that some Hue users come up with. But what Thomas has implemented in the last few weeks is particularly impressive. He has installed three Philips Hue Outdoor LightStrips in his garage driveway, perfectly recessed between the paving stones. The result is more than impressive – and fortunately Thomas shares some building process impressions.