Make Your Home A Smart Home With These Color-Changing Light Strips

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Jack Kocsis Director of Commerce
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One of the perks of living in 2018 is the fact that everybody can have a smart home. When I was a kid, the only people with a smart house were the family in the Disney Original Movie of the same name. You can now control appliances in your abode with the sound of your voice. Of course, you need the requisite equipment to make this happen. For starters, you need either Amazon Alexa, Apple HomeKit or Google Assistant. After completing step one, you need appliances that pair with those devices. This light strip pairs with all three of those. And it is 70 percent off with the code VQUVIPNJ.

Normally $35, this #1 new release light strip is 70 percent off with this code (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $35, this #1 new release light strip is 70 percent off with this code (Photo via Amazon)

Koogeek Waterproof Light Strip Wi-Fi Smart Compatible with Alexa, Alexa Echo Apple HomeKit and the Google Assistant on sale for $10.49 with code VQUVIPNJ

With these light strips, you can control the lights in your house not just with your voice but also with your phone – even if you aren’t at home. The lights also have some interesting features. They support color changing – among 16 million colors in fact – and every one of them is dimmable. Plus if you use an iOS device, you can create scenes with different colors and brightness simultaneously, not to mention set custom schedules and timers.

Maybe the most underrated part of these lights is the fact that they are powered by USB power sources, meaning they save energy and last for up to 25,000 hours. To top it all off, they are waterproof.

Photo via Amazon

Photo via Amazon

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