Illuminate your home with TP-Link's Kasa multi-color smart light strip on sale for $54
The TP-Link Kasa KL430 multi-color smart LED light strip (opens in new tab) drops to $53.99 through the official Kasa eBay store when you add it to your cart. It is already discounted to $59.99, which is $10 better than other retailers like Amazon (opens in new tab). Plus, Kasa's eBay store is discounting everything by 10%, so you get double the savings today. And we have never seen it sell for this low anywhere.
TP-Link Kasa KL430 multi-color smart LED light strip (opens in new tab)
Kasa's eBay store is taking 10% off, and this is already less expensive than other retailers.This is an 80-inch strip and you can add additional strips to extend it. Markers let you cut it to shorten it. Works with Alexa and Google Assistant.
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Kasa's light strip is packed with all kinds of features. It's an 80-inch (just under seven feet) strip of LEDs. If you need it to be smaller, there are markers along the strip where you can cut it to make it fit in a smaller space. If you need it to be longer, you can add other Kasa light strips with a secure four-pronged connector that can increase the length up to 33 feet.
Use the advanced animated lighting effects. You'll have dozens to choose from and they help you create a unique lighting experience. This includes options like "Rainbow" or "Raindrop" among others. Connect the strip to your Wi-Fi and your smart home and use Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant to control it with your voice. Turn it on or off or even dim the lights. You can adjust the brightness from nothing to up to 1400 lumens. That's great for helping you set the mood whether you're having an intimate dinner or a racous party. The strip also features 16 color zones so you don't have to work out colors for the individual lights but rather change the color based on a larger zone of lights.
The strip doesn't need a hub or anything either. Just use the Kasa Smart app on Android or iOS for simple setup. You can follow simple on-screen directions and get everything connected in no time at all.
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J.D. Levite has been in the deals game since 2012. He has posted daily deals at Gizmodo, The Wirecutter, The Sweethome, and now for Thrifter. He was there for the first Prime Day and has braved the full force of Black Friday. If you cut him, he bleeds savings. But don't try it for real. That's a metaphor.