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The Source LED Strip Lights - 2m

GBP 9.99

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So, you’ve come to realise that your kitchen is as dull as the personality of a conversation-killer. Ditto with your living room. And your computer corner. Basically, your house needs excitement more than an accountant at the end of an 18-hour work day. And, we have just the thing: these LED strip lights!

Imagine the Vegas strip shrunk down and rolled up. That’s what these strip lights are. The roll is full of coloured LEDs, which can either display a solid colour or pulse between colours. And, these strip lights come with a remote control, which you can use the change the colour, intensity, and mode of the lights.

In the box you get 4 x 50 cm strips, all with self-adhesive backing. Stick them under your kitchen counter, behind your telly, or around the back of your computer monitor for some dazzling décor… or some awesome ambiance, whichever you prefer!
So, to make your home brighter and more exciting than the ending of a Pixar movie, order your LED Strip Lights today!

  • They’re LED lights… on a self-adhesive strip!
  • LEDs are multi-coloured and multi-function
  • Choose from 16 colours and set to flash, fade, pulse, or stay static
  • Powered by USB (cables included)
  • Perfect for adding a bit of flash to a dreary room
  • Includes 4 x 50 cm strips
  • The Source

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not too bad

they are lovely bright lights....however the colour on the remote when pressed isnt the colour of the lights...for example u press green ... the lights turn blue, you press yellow and the lights turn pink

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