Collection Smartphone controlled 160 LED Multifunction Wifi Lights £6.49 reduced from £29.99 at Argos
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Collection Smartphone controlled 160 LED Multifunction Wifi Lights £6.49 reduced from £29.99 at Argos

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Found 1st FebEdited by:"robdougall"
Bought 3 sets my self. Can control up to 3 sets using smartphone app.

Plus £2.50 Quidco Bonus cashback today only

Bask in a heart-warming holiday glow with these multi-function lights from The Collection. Suitable for both indoor and outdoor displays, these Wi-Fi lights allow you to control and change the many functions using your smartphone, so they're perfect for a modern festive display.

  • Full length: 21.23m.
  • 5.08m lead length between plug and decoration.
  • Requires 160xLED bulbs (included).
  • 10.16cm distance between bulbs.
  • Mains powered.
  • 8 functions.
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Ordered
Ordered thank op
Thanks worth 7quid cheers op heat
Thanks OP, Ordered for collection in 3 days
Wow, check out the Q&A.

"The supplier has confirmed that it is not possible to connect 2 sets on the same phone."

You know the software is going be bad, but that's special!
Edited by: "EndemicAlarm" 1st Feb
Thank you ordered 3 sets
Why? Can someone please just explain why? What's the point? £7.49 for 160 lights is poor value, justified by adding a pointless 'feature'. Some people will just buy anything if it means they can spend even more time on their smartphone.

My car lets me start it remotely from a smartphone so it's defrosted and warm by the time I leave home on a cold morning - that seems to have a purpose but even that doesn't work very well.
Besford1 h, 6 m ago

Why? Can someone please just explain why? What's the point? £7.49 for …Why? Can someone please just explain why? What's the point? £7.49 for 160 lights is poor value, justified by adding a pointless 'feature'. Some people will just buy anything if it means they can spend even more time on their smartphone.My car lets me start it remotely from a smartphone so it's defrosted and warm by the time I leave home on a cold morning - that seems to have a purpose but even that doesn't work very well.



Some things don't need a reason, its like when people post deals for games and people say "its rubbish and I wont play it, but at this price, I can't resist" you just can't explain stupid
Besford2 h, 11 m ago

Why? Can someone please just explain why? What's the point? £7.49 for …Why? Can someone please just explain why? What's the point? £7.49 for 160 lights is poor value, justified by adding a pointless 'feature'. Some people will just buy anything if it means they can spend even more time on their smartphone.My car lets me start it remotely from a smartphone so it's defrosted and warm by the time I leave home on a cold morning - that seems to have a purpose but even that doesn't work very well.


I have a wife who makes the breakfast .cleans the house, takes the dog for a walk and all it cost me was my 2 houses and £300 a week till our son is 18, Not everything thats sparkles is Gold.
Edited by: "Georgedeals" 1st Feb
It’s getting a bit bitchy. Must be the full moon 🌕.
"Bought 3 sets my self. Can control up to 3 sets using smartphone app."

Either that or 3 apps can control one set of lights!

"Maximum 3 device can be connected to the lights at the same time"


Incidentally, anyone know what 'colour switch' might mean in the instructions. Does it mean the multi colour changes colour or is it just to switch from colour to white? Argos instructions are always a worry - just like their answers to posted questions.
Thanks, I’ll have one of these that I never knew I wanted....
Georgedeals2 h, 19 m ago

I have a wife who makes the breakfast .cleans the house, takes the dog for …I have a wife who makes the breakfast .cleans the house, takes the dog for a walk and all it cost me was my 2 houses and £300 a week till our son is 18, Not everything thats sparkles is Gold.


Only 2 houses, beat you by one!
Never really thought about it before I bought these however you need to down load their app and connect to their network. These light aren’t bridged to your existing router. Annoying for me as you have to disconnect from your home WiFi, then connect to the lights just to turn them on. No manual button to turn on or off without the app ( unless to turn off at the wall) . I’ll be returning these as this will just annoy me
" Requires 160xLED bulbs " WHAAAAAT ?!!!!!! "(included)" oh...
Hey everybody - it's February!
Besford7 h, 35 m ago

Why? Can someone please just explain why? What's the point? £7.49 for …Why? Can someone please just explain why? What's the point? £7.49 for 160 lights is poor value, justified by adding a pointless 'feature'. Some people will just buy anything if it means they can spend even more time on their smartphone.My car lets me start it remotely from a smartphone so it's defrosted and warm by the time I leave home on a cold morning - that seems to have a purpose but even that doesn't work very well.



I bought some of these after Christmas. Not because I want to spend more time on my smart phone, but due to the layout of our lounge when we have the tree up, the nearest socket is really difficult to get to to turn the lights on and off. A trailing extension lead was not an option as we have a two year old: these were ideal as we could plug them in and use the app to set a timer/turn them on/off as necessary.

What’s the problem with that? So many people are quick to judge these days just because they don’t see a use for it.
Besford7 h, 41 m ago

Why? Can someone please just explain why? What's the point? £7.49 for …Why? Can someone please just explain why? What's the point? £7.49 for 160 lights is poor value, justified by adding a pointless 'feature'. Some people will just buy anything if it means they can spend even more time on their smartphone.My car lets me start it remotely from a smartphone so it's defrosted and warm by the time I leave home on a cold morning - that seems to have a purpose but even that doesn't work very well.


You have just typed a pointless post that no one on this thread will be interested in. Why?
Can’t be used outdoors as it says don’t use in a wet location.
Cant connect to mine as its not broadcasting. Stupid lights
Edited by: "Sam330" 5th Feb
Reduced even further to £6.49 now
robdougall8th Feb

Reduced even further to £6.49 now


The LitLight app still doesn't work on Android 6.0+ though.

So unless you have an old smartphone laying around with Marshmallow installed, these are pretty useless for the intended purpose.
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