DAYBETTER Smart WiFi Led Lights 50ft

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DAYBETTER Smart WiFi Led Lights 50ft, Tuya App Controlled Led Strip Lights, Work with Alexa and Google Assistant, Timer Schedule Led Lights Strip, Color Changing Led Lights for Bedroom Party Kitchen
PROS
  • 61 REVIEWS LED LIGHTS
  • 22 REVIEWS WASTE OF MONEY
  • 13 REVIEWS HIGHLY RECOMMEND
  • 7 REVIEWS POWER CORD
  • 13 REVIEWS YEAR OLD
  • 8 REVIEWS GOOGLE HOME
  • 11 REVIEWS MAKE SURE
  • 25 REVIEWS CONNECT TO THE WIFI
  • 18 REVIEWS WHITE LIGHT
  • 7 REVIEWS PAIRING MODE
  • 80 REVIEWS LIGHTS ARE BRIGHT
  • 5 REVIEWS AROUND HER ROOM
  • 32 REVIEWS REMOTE CONTROL
  • 17 REVIEWS REALLY GOOD
  • 23 REVIEWS PHONE APP
  • 12 REVIEWS STOPPED WORKING
  • 24 REVIEWS DIFFERENT COLORS
  • 58 REVIEWS LIGHT STRIPS
  • 7 REVIEWS MANY OPTIONS
  • 14 REVIEWS CONTROL WITH MY PHONE
DAYBETTER Smart WiFi Led Lights 50ft
DAYBETTER Smart WiFi Led Lights 50ft

Description

App & remote control : Download the tuya APP, you can control the smart WiFi led strip lights anywhere with your mobile phone, no matter you are working in the office or on vacation; Also you can use group function to create a group for multiple led strips, and then activate them all with one click (2.4GHz Wi-Fi only)

Top Positive Review


Easy to install. The only thing that was a pain was getting the app set up. But once that was done it works amazing. When it says turn off-on-off-on-off-on to get the light to start blinking so you can sync it with the app. I thought that meant turn it off and on with the remote. Noooo they meant actually unplugging the whole adapter from the wall and plugging it back in 3 times. As soon as I figured out that it was a piece of cake to sync it to the app and to my alexa.

Top Critical Review


For the price, these are fine. They turn on, they change color, they stick to the wall. They work with Google voice (and I assume they would work with Alexa though I haven??t tried). If you just want them as a novelty and are willing to deal with some annoying things so that you can have cool lights, then these would be perfect for you. However, they leave a lot to be desired. The main problem is the default seems to be red. So if it disconnects from wifi, or if the power gets cut, or if it stops detecting music when it??s in music mode, then it??s solid red. When it??s connecting, it??s blinking red. It would be so much better if the default was white. Then I wouldn??t care so much if it was connected or not, because I??d just leave it on white. But the red is annoying. I have my lights connected to a light switch, so when I turn off the switch, it cuts power to them, and they often are red when I turn them on again. If my lights are on any of the pre-set patterns or music mode, then if I turn them off and back on, they??re red. They only retain the color they were when they got turned off if you use the remote. Which leads to the next problem. The remote sucks. I don??t ever want to use it. It??s hard to push the buttons, the colors aren??t accurate, there??s a delay, and you have to be pretty close to the receiver. I prefer to use the app or voice control through Google home, but the remote would be more useful than either of those if it worked better. Also, it has preset options that you can??t change. So you can hit ??flash?? and it will flash red, then if you hit it more times it will change the color that flashes, but you can??t change the pattern or speed of the flashing and you always have to go in the same order starting with red to get to the color you want. It??s not worth using the remote so I just make ??scenes?? in the app and use the app instead. The app is cool but I??m not going to connect all my other smart devices to it, so it ends up being an app that I have to have on my phone just for these lights. There are indeed a LOT of color options, but it??s not that easy to pick the exact color you want. You have to move your finger around and hope it lands where you wanted it, and it??s particularly hard to get any orange or yellow tones. You can get the color you want if you??re patient and keep trying, but it??s not super easy and what shows on the phone screen doesn??t match what the actual lights look like. Finally, music mode is cool but it sucks. The lights change but not necessarily in time with the music. Often in the middle of songs and between songs, the app stops detecting music and the lights just stay stuck on red until you go back into the app and restart it. And you can only access music mode through the app- not the remote or voice control.
So, to recap, it??s a good novelty- impress your friends and have fun with it for a few days, but it??ll probably be not worth it and annoying after a couple weeks.

Customer Questions & Answers


Is it only one color on the strip at a time?
Answer:

Yes, all LED groupings are all the same color. (there are three really small LEDs that make up each group, and the three LEDs are a variation of Red, Blue, Green (not yellow). By varying the brightness of each of the three, that produces one displayed color). All sets of three, produce the same color on the entire s??

Can you buy just the strip lights by themselves and attach it to one without a plug in?
Answer: I haven’t be able to buy the strip lights by themselves.

Do these lights connect together?
Answer: yes, most strip LED lights will connect with a connector, it is just a mater if the transformer will be able to handle the extra load.

How much space is in between each led light?
Answer: Over 2 inches (55mm) between lights.

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