Koogeek Waterproof Light Strip Wi-Fi Smart Compatible with Apple HomeKit, Android, Alexa, Alexa Echo and Google Assistant £15.99 Delivered Sold by HOME-Victory and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Koogeek Waterproof Light Strip Wi-Fi Smart Compatible with Apple HomeKit, Android, Alexa, Alexa Echo and Google Assistant £15.99 Delivered Sold by HOME-Victory and Fulfilled by Amazon

£15.89£36.4856%Amazon Deals
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Refreshed 14th Aug (Posted 6th Jun)
*Updated 14th August: Deal is back, click on the redeem promo message*

Thought this was a great price for a connected lightstrip. 6.6ft long, and IP65 waterproof so should be good for outdoor use.

Be sure to click the promotional message and redeem voucher before adding item to your basket

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❤️【Support 3 Systems】 Compatible with Apple HomeKit, Alexa, and the Google Assistant (Only support English), you can use Amazon Echo、Siri or Google Home to control it after configuration.❤️【Support Color Changing and Dimmable】 Offer 16 million colors to choose from and every color is dimmable, you can match the light to your mood and personalize your home. The 2-meter smart light strip can be cut to desired size at the scissor markings.❤️【3 funtions for iOS Devices Only】 Create scenes and control multiple HomeKit-enabled light strips with different light colors and brightness at the same time. Set custom schedules and timers for a light strip or a scene to turn connected light strips on or off at a specific time automatically. With Koogeek Home app's help, you can control the light strip with Apple HomeKit-enabled accessories simultaneously and automatically without setting up any home hub.❤️【Remote Control】 After successfully configuring Alexa or connecting to the Google Assistant, you can remotely control and monitor connected light strips with either iOS devices or Android devices, whether you are at home or not;the ON/OFF status and control of connected light strips are synced and shared across iOS devices and Android devices.❤️【Energy Saving & Waterproof】 Powered by USB power sources, it is energy saving and featured with a lifetime of up to 25,000 hours. Waterproof IP65(Please note that the controller is not waterproof) You can attach it to most clean, dry and flat solid surfaces, such as your walls, beds, cabinets, TVs, sofas, and stairways.
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Can this work out the Box?? Or you need buy something else too?
fame21 m ago

Can this work out the Box?? Or you need buy something else too?


You will need a 2A USB supply to power the light strip.
great price considering it's homekit compatible
The Koogeek and Yeelight Light Strips appear to be identical, although the Yeelight has a 12 volt supply which means the mains power socket can be located up to 3 meters away from the light strip (0.5 meters in the case of the Koogeek).
drivel1 h, 47 m ago

You will need a 2A USB supply to power the light strip.


perfect thanks
drivel39 m ago

The Koogeek and Yeelight Light Strips appear to be identical, although the …The Koogeek and Yeelight Light Strips appear to be identical, although the Yeelight has a 12 volt supply which means the mains power socket can be located up to 3 meters away from the light strip (0.5 meters in the case of the Koogeek).


interesting - but from what I can see the yeelight isn't homekit compatible.
sh2030 m ago

interesting - but from what I can see the yeelight isn't homekit …interesting - but from what I can see the yeelight isn't homekit compatible.


Thanks for spotting that
thx OP - decided to try one out. heat added
Am I missing something? How do I get the voucher? Do I have to redeem anything? It says voucher collected but stays full price???
zoltan6663 m ago

Am I missing something? How do I get the voucher? Do I have to redeem …Am I missing something? How do I get the voucher? Do I have to redeem anything? It says voucher collected but stays full price???


Scratch that, I've sorted it. Thanks OP
Thanks OP i love Siri
Hmm wonder if you can Solder on longer strips.
can this be added to harmony hub?
Can't see any offer. Must be expired.
Yeah seems to be gone . Was wanting to try one too
ahh we’ll always next time
Got mine today, wondering if its ok to use a usb extender as the cable is way short?
Cannot get it to connect in app on ipad.. any ideas?
katya19711 h, 45 m ago

Cannot get it to connect in app on ipad.. any ideas?


Needs a 2.4ghz WiFi signal to work so if you have only 5ghz or combined it’s fussy. But easiest way is to start Apple home and do it that way by scanning the code on the back of the switch box
Got mine today and installed. Needs a 2.4ghz WiFi and needs a firmware update in the Koogeek home app to work with Alexa, then switch Alexa compatibility on in the same app before the Alexa app will recognise it
pb-live2 h, 18 m ago

Needs a 2.4ghz WiFi signal to work so if you have only 5ghz or combined …Needs a 2.4ghz WiFi signal to work so if you have only 5ghz or combined it’s fussy. But easiest way is to start Apple home and do it that way by scanning the code on the back of the switch box


I switched my router to wpa, its defo not 5ghz bipac bilion?I can get it working up to the point where it scans for device. But then it finds nothing. Cant find anything online about setting up, given up for tonight.
Any help would be appreciated, I managed to.connect the light strip to the ipad teathering my 4g on phone. But I have no idea what to.do to get it to work with the darn bipac billion 7800n. According to Google it only works in 2.4ghz.. any ideas techie people?
pb-live23 h, 20 m ago

Got mine today and installed. Needs a 2.4ghz WiFi and needs a firmware …Got mine today and installed. Needs a 2.4ghz WiFi and needs a firmware update in the Koogeek home app to work with Alexa, then switch Alexa compatibility on in the same app before the Alexa app will recognise it

katya19711 h, 54 m ago

Any help would be appreciated, I managed to.connect the light strip to the …Any help would be appreciated, I managed to.connect the light strip to the ipad teathering my 4g on phone. But I have no idea what to.do to get it to work with the darn bipac billion 7800n. According to Google it only works in 2.4ghz.. any ideas techie people?


The bipac billion 7800n is only 2.4ghz so it’s not that. You don’t need to connect by tethering, that will muck it up. Reset the light strip first, then, assuming you have a modern Ipad, open HOME app and then scan the number on the back of the switch at the bottom of the strip (the app comes up with a digital box that you line up with the number), when found and set up in home, log into the Koogeek Home app and place the iPad right next to the switch to link it.
pb-live17 m ago

The bipac billion 7800n is only 2.4ghz so it’s not that. You don’t need to …The bipac billion 7800n is only 2.4ghz so it’s not that. You don’t need to connect by tethering, that will muck it up. Reset the light strip first, then, assuming you have a modern Ipad, open HOME app and then scan the number on the back of the switch at the bottom of the strip (the app comes up with a digital box that you line up with the number), when found and set up in home, log into the Koogeek Home app and place the iPad right next to the switch to link it.


thanks i have done all that several times, i have ipad air 2 its on IOS 10. i have the home app i have scanned and also tried manually entering number. it scans but just come up cannot find device. so i tryed to add it under wifi as a device as instructed on the home app instructions and it just comes up error try again. i have tried turning my security off, changing channel number but nothing works, im at a loss.
Promotion now seems to have ended
Mine arrived & although app working & controlling the LED's there appears to be nothing working in the red spectrum.

If I want white or blue I'm laughing but otherwise :-(

Contacted the company to see what they say.
I've just bought all the kit for this project - 10m of LEDs (the top pic from his parts list), controller, PSU and corner joins & extenders for approx £55

Going to use it to uplight the man den. If it all works then moving onto a IP rated solution for outside :-)
Mine arrived today, they seem to have sent the wrong item - not koogeek brand and just bog standard lights with a remote - no Alexa support. Anyone else have this problem?
Amazon can only give me a refund because it's a 3rd party seller but that won't cover the cost of reordering as the promo has ended. I've contacted the seller to see what they say
Gordon_Ash6th Jun

Hmm wonder if you can Solder on longer strips.


Same
mad.dog11th Jun

I've just bought all the kit for this project - 10m of LEDs (the top pic …I've just bought all the kit for this project - 10m of LEDs (the top pic from his parts list), controller, PSU and corner joins & extenders for approx £55 Going to use it to uplight the man den. If it all works then moving onto a IP rated solution for outside :-)


Now there's a familiar face and name from WM. Doing some research into this as my cellar is being renovated into a Mancave at the mo. How has your lighting turned out? Any good? Pics?
It all works - I ordered the wrong corners/joins so awaiting them to be shipped

but initial testing works perfectly (except the wire colours are different to the photos in the article)

Going to get more for the kitchen cabinets (top and bottom)
dblake9th Jun

Promotion now seems to have ended


re-work now,BTW, thanks OP,wait for long time
mad.dog21st Jun

It all works - I ordered the wrong corners/joins so awaiting them to be …It all works - I ordered the wrong corners/joins so awaiting them to be shippedbut initial testing works perfectly (except the wire colours are different to the photos in the article)Going to get more for the kitchen cabinets (top and bottom)


What connectors did you go for?

Do you think it's possible to use connectors on the Koogeek unit and extend it by another 6ft using a non-Koogeek strip?
I used these LED strips in my home office and kitchen - AliExpress Led Strips - I highly doubt you could use the koogeek stuff with the stuff I used

Then used various types of connectors - for the kitchen I wanted to split and extend with CAT6 for the top and bottom of the cabinets

Finished the kitchen lighting on saturday ( did two sets of cupboards)
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