Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Lightwaverf LSE:LWRF London Ordinary Share GB00BKJ9BV58 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 15.75p 15.50p 16.00p - - - 0 06:33:37
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Leisure Goods 1.4 -0.8 4.4 3.6 8.09

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
14/11/2017
22:38
Andrew Pearson@LightwaveRF_CEO·9 Novhi @rebelmr (use this twitter account for me) you can buy it from Apple, in UK stores next week and here right now (link: https://www.apple.com/uk/search/smart-home?src=globalnav) apple.com/uk/search/smar... Tim Nice@rebelmr@_AndrewPearson hi when will lightwaverf gen2 kit be available for sale again - love your stuff want to buy some!!
gozo
14/11/2017
15:45
Seems to be a few issues that needs to be resolved: Andrew Pearson‏@LightwaveRF_CEO Nov 13 More Andrew Pearson Retweeted Tim Lewis Thanks @TheMajor_37 and yes, we do read - we're focused on resolving person by person via our online and phone support service, as not all app issues impact everyone.Andrew Pearson added, Tim Lewis @TheMajor_37 @LightwaveRF_CEO does anyone monitor and respond to comments on hxxp://lightwavecommunity.org.uk ? Some of the App updates have been shockers, no testing?
clocktower
08/11/2017
12:52
Yes, SSE were/are going to provide through Dixons/Carphone. I was slightly involved with the preferred bidder, but the bidder turned down the business to concentrate on their core products. I'm not sure where it's one from there, maybe still up for grabs. However, an open standard was prefered to allow multiple manufacturers to supply. The SSE model is going to be the larger future routes to market for smart home, much if it is too hard to install, compatibility is questionable and generally too confusing for the average consumer to purchase. An "expert" installation service solves most of this. The key is they will concentrate on solutions not sell products.
sinkyj
08/11/2017
10:55
Interesting news this morning of SSE's merger with npower.Targeting 'smart connected homes' as one of the areas the enlarged group will be focusing on.
gozo
07/11/2017
10:07
The power shift has occurred as you say gozo but he is still on the payroll, so clearly still wields some clout, and for AP to approve what has been written about ML investment in LWRF (on the new website), seems to me to show a lack of poor judgement. In showing that directors or should one say one director, has wipe out so much capitol off his investment in the company,gives rise to speculation, that anyone that has invested in the past has also seen their wealth being destroyed. Will history repeat itself, and continue to decimate any small investors whom put faith in this board to provide them with returns. MTC moving up nicely from around 96p.
clocktower
06/11/2017
13:22
Clock - suggest you look at AP's profile and CV....he has been appointed by CC to run the business now they are the majority shareholder and is still in the first year of his tenure.The power shift has happened!
gozo
06/11/2017
12:42
Another week, Having just taken a look at the company website I notice that they stated as of 20.06.17 that Mike Lord (now Non-Exc) had invested around £800k in LWRF holding 1,300,000 shares at that time. Other than his drawings (salary) over the time, his investment has performed very poorly under his stewardship, as current value stands at around £210,000 (less I guess if they were dumped on the market).How many others on the board have seen their investments dwindle? Why are these people who are failing to add value still sitting on the board and constantly diluting other stakeholders (and themselves looking at that figure), while drawing generous salaries.Is it not time they were sent packing by those that now are at the helm?
clocktower
03/11/2017
09:32
LOL (fallon) - sinkyj
clocktower
03/11/2017
09:17
Hive would be the number 1 in the UK in this area, last year they had 300,000 users will probably be getting towards 450,000 this year end, compared with LW at around 50k. The interesting bit would be how many Hive users extended the heating into lighting . Tado and Nest are also major for the heating. Philips hue for lighting. LW is just about the only UK supplier of a "complete" smart home so default number 1. - "The UK's most complete, stylish and affordable smart home". Sony did do rather well out of it's Cassette Walkman before Apple came along with the iPod, it's about having the right product at the right time. LW biggest let down was the lack of marketing and that is to be addressed, although a 100m budget would be needed to establish a global brand. I'd patent Hover cleaning CT, make a fortune. "Lot less bover with a Hover" - even thought of a good strapline for you. Nice to see some director involvement in the placing, today, and CC taking up their fair share. I tried to book it BB, but they said some guy called Fallon normally has it on a Friday afternoon, although they aren't sure about this week.
sinkyj
03/11/2017
09:09
LOL gozo, Think of all the poor sods that are going to have their holdings diluted once again, because they do not have the funds to top up - or are they the wise ones that are selling now, expecting to be able to buy back in much lower down the feeding chain, once the next set of figures are released for year end Sept 17. I suggest that is the reason they went for a £5 million plug now,to help stop the funds flowing down the drain, well before they have to disclose the level of remaining cash for year end Set 17. I can imaging another crash in the share price when the figures do come out, hopefully for holders, they will have by then found a buyer for the business. If AP had been questioned about the cash position prior to this funding, my guess is that he would have been squirming to avoid giving a straight answer, he should be in politics. It seems to me that AP himself is not digging very deep into his own pocket either.
clocktower
03/11/2017
07:48
CT Hotels.com are on the blower, do you and Sinks want the same room again?
boogleboogle
03/11/2017
07:43
I'm sure their feet will hardly touch the ground with which ever device they choose!
gozo
02/11/2017
17:58
The public will be put off by the choice and numbers of various systems imo. That said, because Hive has so much TV coverage and promotion, plus the established customer base they might well become the main go to supplier, they could of course make a bid for Lightwave if it fits in with there plans. Without someone buying LWRF out, the lights are likely to dim as their pockets, (even with £5m) will not be deep enough to make them a market force imo. Lightwaves products will be as much out of date as the old cassette tapes are before very long, every plug,socket,fitting,appliance will be controlled individually without the need for any complex set up, and will become a brand as big as Hover, even though many will not be the companies products, using the generic name as per vacuum cleaners. That is why I guess they selected Hive as the brand. The brand Hive has already been drilled into so many heads that it must be the front runner. Does the member of your family that does the cleaning say, I am just going to Hoover up, or do they say Vacuum up, or Dyson up etc?
clocktower
02/11/2017
15:58
Ikea already have Smart Home tech and being zigbee it plays nicely with other manufacturers, even Philips hue. Reminder that the LW starter hub alone is £130 and the starter kit £185 htTps://www.stuff.tv/ikea/tradfri/review "The main difference from the likes of Philips Hue and British Gas’ Hive Active Lights is that you don’t need a hub to get started: pick up the £29 Tradfri dimming kit and you’re ready to go, albeit without any of the app’s extra tricks. The other difference is that extra bulbs for Ikea’s system are quite a bit cheaper: it’s £15 for an ambient ‘white spectrum’ bulb, compared to £25 and £29 respectively for Philips Hue and Hive. Once you start throwing app control and hubs into the mix, then there’s not a huge amount between the systems. Ikea’s £69 Gateway Kit is effectively a Philips Hue Starter Kit plus a dimmer switch, which comes to £79"
sinkyj
02/11/2017
15:34
Sounds good...look forward to catching up with the interview later.
gozo
02/11/2017
15:30
No probs Gozo. Any buyers for those stores will know that they will have to cater for the Apple consumers. Smart home tech is the untapped market for most of them.
whoppy
02/11/2017
15:13
John Lewis, Currys, B&Q, Asda, Tesco, Homebase, Ikea, PC World, Wickes, Robert Dyas.
whoppy
02/11/2017
15:00
Apologies whoppy that wasn't meant to be directed at you.
gozo
02/11/2017
14:55
They will get orders from John Lewis etc.
whoppy
02/11/2017
14:38
whoppy, do not worry, I bet you will be able to buy stock at less than 13p before to long - bear in mind there are only a handful Apple Stores as AP says and they still have a lot of work to do to get a lot of other retailers to take up the product.
clocktower
02/11/2017
14:35
Nothing to watch but you will need to listen gozo. AP does not stop to take a breath, not so much an interview but a PR spin due either to a weak presenter and AP ability to talk no-stop. One thing that I did notice is that he had to correct himself about their plans to "SPEND" which he quickly switch to a different tack. Already have appointed more staff to promote/try to sell the product - plus clearly putting his hope in marketing to get them out of the hole they have dug. Easy to SPEND but harder to get customers not just to place a stock order but to get repeat orders.
clocktower
02/11/2017
14:02
I think it's good. Can only take part in the open offer if you participated in the placing last time. Be nice if it was 13p again.
whoppy
02/11/2017
13:19
Won't have chance to watch it until later.https://www.share-talk.com/share-news/andrew-pearson-ceo-of-lightwave-aimlwrf-speaks-to-share-talk/
gozo
01/11/2017
14:21
I hope they do not give him advance notice of the questions and is given a grilling about his previous interview about funding for a start and they ask him to give a date when he forecasts the company to become profitable - that should put a date on his contract.However, I guess he would avoid giving a straight answer to that one.
clocktower
01/11/2017
13:21
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gozo
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