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Ustellar 12M Hand Wave Strip Lights (warm or cold white) for £16.25 Sold by Ustellar-EU and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Ustellar 12M Hand Wave Strip Lights (warm or cold white) for £16.25 Sold by Ustellar-EU and Fulfilled by Amazon

£16.25£24.9935%Amazon Deals
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Posted 16th Mar

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There is a cool design in this light with the hand wave switch . You can turn on or off the light with a hand wave. Also, it's dimmable, so you can make the right atmosphere for any occasion.
Use the code FAU8U7YV at the checkout to get it for £16.25!
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🌱HAND WAVE TO TURN ON/OFF: Touchless, built-in hand wave switch, wave to turn on/off the strip lights within 3-5 cm. Convenient and safe to keep the switch clean when there are oil spots or water on your hands.
🌱12 METERS SUPER LONG: Ustellar 12 meters white strip led contains 720 Units LEDs SMD2835, the flexible light strip is ideal for wardrobe, kitchen cabinet, living room, bedroom, dining room, stairway, party, etc.
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🌱DIMMABLE LED TAPE: Super bright of 3600 lumens and 10 levels of brightness adjustable. Controlled them by the button of switch (with memory function), convenient and easy to adjust brightness.
🌱ADHESIVE TAPE & CLIPS: Two ways to install the dimmable strip led, use Self-adhesive tape on the surface where is smooth enough; On the contrary, use clips and screws to fix it.
🌱STANDARD KIT & SAFE TO USE: Comes with :
  • 1 * 12M Lighting Strips,
  • 24 * Fasten Clips,
  • 1 * 24W UK Power Adapter and
  • 1 * Hand-Wave Dimmer.

The working voltage is 24V low-voltage, extremely low heat.
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it's basically a standard LED strip set, but with an adapter you can get for under £2 on ebay. but most sellers will be in china so you may need to wait a while for delivery. for everything including plug and strip and adapter sent by amazon it's not a bad price

but if you already have a LED strip setup and don't mind the wait, you can but the adapters on ebay (and probably other places)

so for example you can line the hallway and the lights are only on when it detects someone, and then goes off, so saves you turning a switch on or off, so if carrying stuff like a tray when it's dark, the light goes on for you, and then off when you aren't in use (not sure about this model but that's what you can do - you can also get battery powered strips that do the same or small battery powered lights that detect motion and darkness for about £3 on ebay)
uni16/03/2020 11:08

it's basically a standard LED strip set, but with an adapter you can get …it's basically a standard LED strip set, but with an adapter you can get for under £2 on ebay. but most sellers will be in china so you may need to wait a while for delivery. for everything including plug and strip and adapter sent by amazon it's not a bad pricebut if you already have a LED strip setup and don't mind the wait, you can but the adapters on ebay (and probably other places)so for example you can line the hallway and the lights are only on when it detects someone, and then goes off, so saves you turning a switch on or off, so if carrying stuff like a tray when it's dark, the light goes on for you, and then off when you aren't in use (not sure about this model but that's what you can do - you can also get battery powered strips that do the same or small battery powered lights that detect motion and darkness for about £3 on ebay)


I'm interested in putting some light strips in for my parents. What are the options for things to wire into the mains? Are there any compact 240v to 12v transformers you would recommend or do you stick to stuff like this you can plug in?
Krs-won16/03/2020 11:19

I'm interested in putting some light strips in for my parents. What are …I'm interested in putting some light strips in for my parents. What are the options for things to wire into the mains? Are there any compact 240v to 12v transformers you would recommend or do you stick to stuff like this you can plug in?



the strips came with a bit that you plugged the electric part into, and this is the electric part i bought. you need to check you get one with the right voltage and you may find a cheaper one

ebay.co.uk/itm…649


this is the motion detector thing that goes between the LED thing and the power supply

ebay.co.uk/itm…649

this is an all in one battery powered LED strip that has motion detection

ebay.co.uk/itm…649


none of these are internet connected versions, but you can get ones that work with alexa, but usually cost a bit more. it's basically the bit between the LED strip and the power supply (the bit the remote control sends the signal to) that determines if alexa etc will work or not. the cheapest ones don't, but that's the bit that makes it internet compatible or not
uni16/03/2020 11:31

the strips came with a bit that you plugged the electric part into, and …the strips came with a bit that you plugged the electric part into, and this is the electric part i bought. you need to check you get one with the right voltage and you may find a cheaper onehttps://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Charger-Transformer-12V-1A-2A-3A-5A-6A-8A-10A-Power-Supply-For-LED-Strip-Adapter/392010562283?ssPageName=STRK:MEBIDX:IT&var=660966561337&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649this is the motion detector thing that goes between the LED thing and the power supplyhttps://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/DC-Movement-Detector-Activated-Timer-Automatic-Switch-Light-PIR-Motion-Sensor/153433599760?ssPageName=STRK:MEBIDX:IT&var=453376649215&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649this is an all in one battery powered LED strip that has motion detectionhttps://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1-3M-Battery-Powered-LED-Strip-Light-Wireless-PIR-Motion-Sensor-Wardrobe-Cabinet/153780191147?ssPageName=STRK:MEBIDX:IT&var=453805967057&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649none of these are internet connected versions, but you can get ones that work with alexa, but usually cost a bit more. it's basically the bit between the LED strip and the power supply (the bit the remote control sends the signal to) that determines if alexa etc will work or not. the cheapest ones don't, but that's the bit that makes it internet compatible or not


Thanks but I think you missed the most important part of my request - to wire it into the mains. I don't want something that has to be plugged into a socket, that won't work for what I need. I need something that can be hard wired into the mains 240v supply, ideally with a compact transformer so that it can replace existing lighting. Sorry if I wasn't clear enough.
uni16/03/2020 11:08

it's basically a standard LED strip set, but with an adapter you can get …it's basically a standard LED strip set, but with an adapter you can get for under £2 on ebay. but most sellers will be in china so you may need to wait a while for delivery. for everything including plug and strip and adapter sent by amazon it's not a bad pricebut if you already have a LED strip setup and don't mind the wait, you can but the adapters on ebay (and probably other places)so for example you can line the hallway and the lights are only on when it detects someone, and then goes off, so saves you turning a switch on or off, so if carrying stuff like a tray when it's dark, the light goes on for you, and then off when you aren't in use (not sure about this model but that's what you can do - you can also get battery powered strips that do the same or small battery powered lights that detect motion and darkness for about £3 on ebay)



You're right, however in this one you get everything in one go and also the warranty...
sisqoboy16/03/2020 12:25

You're right, however in this one you get everything in one go and also …You're right, however in this one you get everything in one go and also the warranty...



yeah it's not a bad deal, i was mainly pointing out that you can make standard LED strips do the same thing with a 2 quid part
uni16/03/2020 13:38

yeah it's not a bad deal, i was mainly pointing out that you can make …yeah it's not a bad deal, i was mainly pointing out that you can make standard LED strips do the same thing with a 2 quid part


Yeah, but that didn't have any bearing on what I was needing or asking about. Never mind
Edited by: "Krs-won" 16th Mar
Krs-won16/03/2020 11:41

Thanks but I think you missed the most important part of my request - to …Thanks but I think you missed the most important part of my request - to wire it into the mains. I don't want something that has to be plugged into a socket, that won't work for what I need. I need something that can be hard wired into the mains 240v supply, ideally with a compact transformer so that it can replace existing lighting. Sorry if I wasn't clear enough.


Buy some decent stuff from RS or your nearest contractor.

Ive just had some 24v LED strips fitted, UK made by PowerLED.uk.com. Good quality and only slightly more expensive.

You you just need to buy the correct driver and you can wire it up to 240v.

Price wise, I’m buying two lots this week and it’s £46 for 5m.
HaroFreestyler17/03/2020 08:04

Buy some decent stuff from RS or your nearest contractor. Ive just had …Buy some decent stuff from RS or your nearest contractor. Ive just had some 24v LED strips fitted, UK made by PowerLED.uk.com. Good quality and only slightly more expensive. You you just need to buy the correct driver and you can wire it up to 240v. Price wise, I’m buying two lots this week and it’s £46 for 5m.


Cheers, have you got a link?
Krs-won17/03/2020 09:22

Cheers, have you got a link?


See if there is a branch of these near to you - eyreandelliston.co.uk

I went this morning and picked up 5m of 24v LED tape, 2 drivers, some wire and some connectors to save me having to solder anything and it was £49, quite a bit cheaper than RS were quoting me.

I use the PowerLED 24v Contractor flex tape in neutral white as it gives a good ambient light.

Tried the chinese stuff before and its rubbish, lasts 3 months max.
HaroFreestyler17/03/2020 12:52

See if there is a branch of these near to you - …See if there is a branch of these near to you - https://www.eyreandelliston.co.ukI went this morning and picked up 5m of 24v LED tape, 2 drivers, some wire and some connectors to save me having to solder anything and it was £49, quite a bit cheaper than RS were quoting me.I use the PowerLED 24v Contractor flex tape in neutral white as it gives a good ambient light.Tried the chinese stuff before and its rubbish, lasts 3 months max.


Cheers, there's nothing super close but I might have a look if I'm heading over in that direction and could detour a little.

Did the staff know what you were after and what kind of stuff you'd need or was it just a case of ordering what you knew you wanted?

I'm happy to solder but if you can do it without, why not? What were the drivers you picked up?
HaroFreestyler17/03/2020 12:52

See if there is a branch of these near to you - …See if there is a branch of these near to you - https://www.eyreandelliston.co.ukI went this morning and picked up 5m of 24v LED tape, 2 drivers, some wire and some connectors to save me having to solder anything and it was £49, quite a bit cheaper than RS were quoting me.I use the PowerLED 24v Contractor flex tape in neutral white as it gives a good ambient light.Tried the chinese stuff before and its rubbish, lasts 3 months max.


Something like this?
Krs-won17/03/2020 15:57

Something like this?


This is the one my electrician fitted and what I bought today - uk.rs-online.com/web…51/

£27 at RS but it was only £16 at E & E. The packaging then tells you which driver to buy based on the length you will be using for each run. I’m running 2 x 2m runs so got the 2420 drivers at £6 each.

Connectors were called Caimen and were £15 ish. bloke at the counter knew his stuff so would advise you.
HaroFreestyler17/03/2020 19:41

This is the one my electrician fitted and what I bought today - …This is the one my electrician fitted and what I bought today - https://uk.rs-online.com/web/p/led-strip-lights/1793051/£27 at RS but it was only £16 at E & E. The packaging then tells you which driver to buy based on the length you will be using for each run. I’m running 2 x 2m runs so got the 2420 drivers at £6 each. Connectors were called Caimen and were £15 ish. bloke at the counter knew his stuff so would advise you.


That's great info, thanks a lot. I'll be doing some research to see exactly what they need.

Are yours controlled by an existing switch or have you added one in somewhere?
Krs-won17/03/2020 21:01

That's great info, thanks a lot. I'll be doing some research to see …That's great info, thanks a lot. I'll be doing some research to see exactly what they need. Are yours controlled by an existing switch or have you added one in somewhere?


They’re on a switch, we’ve just had an extension and new kitchen so it was all done from scratch. I normally do my own basic electrics though so it’s not too difficult to run them from a switch.
good info on this thread
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