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Yeelight 2M Aurora Lightstrip Plus Smart Extendable Strip Light $53 + $8 Shipping at Yeelight


Yeelight Smart Remote Control Extendable Light Strip RGB Color Change Flexible Dimmable Bedroom Cabinet Tape Lightstrip Homekit Alexa Assistant. Free shipping above $100. Official Yeelight Australia store.

Main Features:
✅ Smart Remote Control: the Yeelight Aurora works with platforms like Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, home kit, and can be conveniently integrated with different smart home devices for easy APP control or voice control.

✅ Extendable & Flexible: Aurora is flexible to fit into any place of your home. Simply measure your space, cut the light strips to length, and stick into place-and easily extend length reach up to 10m with Yeelight extension kits.

✅ Dimmable & RGB Color Change: adjust the brightness, color temperature, and select among 16 million colors to create the perfect lighting scenes.

✅ Automation & Customization: Create customized lighting scenes for every occasion in your home, program interactive effects, and even synchronize lights to your music. Easily automate multiple Aurora throughout your home with smart group controls, timers, brightness, and color temperature adjustment, and can be easily controlled anytime, anywhere with the Yeelight smartphone app.

✅ Easy to install & Use: can be bent and attached to most surfaces with adhesive tape at the backside. Aurora can be used to add tasteful accents throughout your home, including your cabinet, ceiling, dining room, bedroom, kitchen, patio, and living room. They‘re especially great for adding decor for holidays, parties, and special events.

Name: Yeelight Aurora Lightstrip Plus
Rated Input: 100-240V~50/60Hz 0.17A(2m)
100-240V~50/60Hz 0.6A(10m)
Rated Power 7.5W (2m)
24W (10m)
Wifi Connection: WI-FI IEEE 802.11 b/g/n 2.4GHZ
System Support: Android 4.4 or ios 8.0 or above
Frequency Band: 2400MHz-2483.5MHz

Slightly expensive than previous deal. I ordered two to get free shipping and the website gave me a unique coupon for another $5 off total. Currently $70.95 on Amazon AU. Camel3 price history https://au.camelcamelcamel.com/product/B086PTNHYC?context=se....

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  • +3 votes

    I bought these a couple of months ago. They only have about 8 colours. This is a huge lie:

    "Dimmable & RGB Color Change: adjust the brightness, color temperature, and select among 16 million colors to create the perfect lighting scenes."

    The app shows you a spectrum of colours but as you move the point to different colours it just jumps to the closest predefined colour (out of about 8 it comes with). For example as you move from yellow to orange it jumps to red. There are no shades inbetween. And it has no white light. I wasted a couple hundred dollars.

    • -2 votes

      Thank you. I wish I had know earlier. Yeelight is pretty popular brand of lighting here. I just ordered without giving it much thought. My primary intent is to get white light. I guess I am typical OzBr, buy first think later.

      • -1 vote

        I believed their advertising. There is so much false advertising going on.

    • The app shows you a spectrum of colours but as you move the point to different colours it just jumps to the closest predefined colour (out of about 8 it comes with). For example as you move from yellow to orange it jumps to red.

      Not sure what you're doing to get this behaviour - I've got a number of these strips, and they all work as advertised. Moving through each hue and shade changes as expected. No 'jumping' to speak of. This is through the native Yeelight app. Also works with Home Assistant.

      • +1 vote

        All four I bought behave the same way. I have Yeelight app and the Xiaomi app. Both behave the same way. There aren't 16 million colours. Only about 8. As you move through the spectrum on the app it does change but to the predefined colours it comes with. That's my experience.

        • Definitely something broken on yours then. I have one of the older gen strips, and 2 current gen ones, and both work as expected. I can't say for certain there's 16m colours, but it does definitely change granularly with the sliders.

      • Yeah I have x3 of these strips and I can definitely get more than just 8 colours.

        I'd be asking for a refund if mine were limited to just 8

  • Does every light on these have to be the same colour at once, or can they handle a colour gradiant like the philips light strip?

  • https://www.kmart.com.au/product/mirabella-genio-wi-fi-led-s...

    Go this. If you're not happy, return/refund/store credit would be HEAPS easier.
    The GENIO app is NOT fantastic in general but is relatively serviceable after a bit of stuffing around.

  • Haven't had the same issue of just being 8 colours like another poster has mentioned. In saying that, i've been using it with Homekit to control. Definitely not as bright as the Hue Strip, especially with certain colour combinations. Will say these are great if you're looking for a cheap Homekit light strip, but with the newer strips from Philips and LifX capable of colour gradients on the light-strips it's definitely a tougher decision as to what you pickup.

    • Wonder if homobargainien is referring to previous generation, and the current generation does not have these issues. Having said that in the previous deal users have mentioned that it drops wifi connection.

      • It doesn’t lose wifi for me, but does drop HomeKit connection fairly often. I’d avoid if you’re relying on HomeKit to operate it.


        I bought mine in September. The receipt says:

        "2M Aurora Lightstrip Plus Smart Extendable Strip Light x 4"

        • 'Plus' is the second generation. Based on comments from automated, do you think you should check with Yeelight to see if your lights have an issue, or maybe try with Homekit or Alexa. Although, I do see your point. If I got $35 kit from Kmart, I wouldn't have much expectations. This is more that double that price.


            @spal: Maybe you are right mate. But the associated person has never denied my claims on this site. If I'm wrong I'd like to see them respond here and say "You are wrong our strips do in fact allow for 16m colours as advertised" so that way we have something to work with. But so far I'm thinking I'm more observant than the average consumer and their trick has worked on most.

    • so you can get in between colours?
      can you get gradients?

  • I bought this exact product except with a US plug from a dodgy-looking Chinese electronics site called DD4.com back in 2018. It was $25 USD, far cheaper than this offer. Mind you I haven't seen an equivalent offer since then…

    As for the person who claims the colour variations are a huge lie, I honestly think it's somewhere in the middle. The control over colour variation isn't as nuanced as the marketing matieral would suggest, but it definitely offers more subtle control than 8 block colours. The variation between colours is most apparent when the LEDs are concealed / out of view and the light is catching on a white wall or surface.

  • I bought this about 6 months ago thinking it was a more "premium" light strip. The build quality is good and the lights are bright but the colours are rubbish.

    The negative reviews on this product are correct.

    I'd recommend not buying this.