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Posted 16 December 2022

Twinkly Generation 2 Smart 250 RGB LED String Lights - 20m Reduced further to £51.75 - Free Click & Collect @ Argos

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These RGB String lights were already in the Sale at Argos at £57.15 earlier this week, and now have a further 10% off. Much cheaper than the 'Special Edition' RGB+W lights at the moment, which are at least double the price elsewhere (approx £102).

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Twinkly is the revolutionary LED Light String bringing the most advanced technology to your home decorations. Twinkly combines 250 bright, colorful RGB LEDs, a Wi-Fi/Bluetooth controller and a state-of-the-art smartphone application, ready to perform amazing animations easily and quickly. Works with your Smart Speaker, Amazon or Google Assistant.

  • Suitable for indoor and outdoor use.
  • Multifunctional lighting with 2 functions.
  • Timer feature.
  • Full length: 20m.
  • 3.5m lead length between plug and decoration.
  • 4.3m lit section with 8cm distance between bulbs.
  • Cable colour: green.
  • Requires 250xLED bulbs (included).
  • Mains powered.
  • 24V.
  • EAN: 8056326671297.
  • Boxed size H20, W18, D8.5cm.
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    Beware, these need a 2.4ghz network and don’t work with mesh. Utter nightmare. Mapping is hit and miss. Generally poor product not worth half this discount price.
    Works fine on my mesh network.... Love the lights, got 2 sets just ordered another 2, thanks op
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    Sign up to the newsletter with any email to get a £5 discount code to reduce the price even more
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    No, very cheap. Find us a better price. Or a another commercial set of individually addressable LEDs cheaper.
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    Bought these at the weekend and they’re excellent. Set up was super easy and the effect is brilliant.
    I bought a 7ft tree and bought two boxes from Argos (so 4 sets in total) and it gives great coverage. The denser the lights are on the tree, the better the effect.
    Oh so one of these is two sets?
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    Waiting for the 1000 light version to be released. 400 isn’t really enough
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    I have 400, 250 and 2x 190 version of these and all work great.
    You can sync all to the one.
    Brilliant price for outdoor rgbic lights
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    Ordered to go around my bay window, thanks OP
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    Just succumbed and ordered a further set - £46 couldn't resist!
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    I've not had so much fun in years. Tree looks great. Cheers OP!
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    Managed to get this for £39.16 by combining today's Quidco and Nectar deal. Thanks OP
    What is the Nectar deal?
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    And another 3 sets purchased!
    They're still floating around at this price
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    Without reading the title and seeing the picture first, I thought these were a bunch of liquorice sticks with the candy top on the end. 😄
    Now I can't unsee.that
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    How much are these usually?
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    My worry is these are cloud based, I mean why for lights. So when they turn their servers off you will be left with static lights. I nearly brought them last year.
    you can use them 'locally' too...
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    Good to know, others like techmoan on yputube seem to think they are only cloud based
    Possible older versions were, current ones, certainly not.
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    These are great, the only thing I wish somebody told me before I bought mine is they can only be grouped in groups of the same LED type - ie rgb can only be grouped with rgb and rgbw only with rgbw.
    I have one each and will be getting more of the rgb ones, and rgbw will probably be the "front door" set.
    That's interesting - I wasn't aware of the RGB + RGBW grouping issue.
    In fact, that makes sense as I have 400 + 250 RGBW on tree and 190 RGB icicle outside and I don't think that my son could pair / group them.
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    Bought a set last night as only 1 was available immediately and anymore had to be ordered in for delivery. I know people have said 250 won't be enough, but I've put them on a 6ft tree and it looks really good. Ordered another set though for next week to see what difference doubling up will make.
    that's useful to know. I think more lights will give you a better transition effect. I've seen 400 on a 7ft tree on YouTube look really great.

    I bought a 6ft tree from the Argos sale and bought 2 packs of these, so that's 500, but only one has been collected, the other one is available on Tuesday. I was thinking (when I put the tree up this weekend) I might need to go to 7 - 7.5ft to accommodate that many lights and get the Wow factor, but we'll see. :-) Next year I'm going to use some on an outdoor artificial Christmas tree. (edited)
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    If I buy 2 packs of these, can I daisy chain them for effects, so they behave as one long strip?
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    Anyone know if u can add ya own gifs at all
    Yes, but it's basic. Only released last week.
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    I’ve got 600 on a 7 foot tree. Best lights I’ve ever owned. Some of the patterns are gimmicky, but there are some really nice ones too.
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    Got the lights on tree, looks good.. but thinking needs more
    has anyone any idea why they are in two bunches? And does it just take practice when using both bunches to decorate the tree, because it would be easier if they were all in one bunch
    Did you work from the middle up and the middle down.? I got 2 sets on a 6ft tree and it works well, but it's difficult working with effectively 4 bunches of 125. How many lights, and how big is your tree? (edited)
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    From the top to the bottom, hadn’t thought about the way you said. It’s a 6ft with one set of the 250