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Cygnett Home Smart Wi-Fi LED Light Strip 2m Starter Kit $40 + Delivery ($0 CC in-Store) @ Harvey Norman

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A pretty good price for this LED Light Strip.

Homekit compatible (confirmed here).

Description
Transform the mood in your room with the Cygnett Home Smart WiFi LED Light Strip 2m Starter Kit, which offers variable colour options and an extendable length of up to 4m when used with extension strips (sold separately).

Key Features
* 1600 lumens maximum brightness level for a bright light output
* Features a wide RGB colour range and variable colour temperature options (3000K-6000K), letting you create your ideal ambiance in your room
* Works with Google Assistant and Alexa, allowing you to configure its settings using only your voice
* Use together with the Cygnett Smart App or Apple Home Kit (download required), so you can schedule on/off times via your smartphone and configure its settings

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      I believe the one OP posted is a starter kit and this is just an extension

      Edit: Actually, I think im wrong. Also didn't notice they're different brands

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        The incredibly generically named "Connect SmartHome" light strip doesn't have Apple Homekit support.

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    Photo show individually addressable LEDs, but the connector looks wrong for that. Dishonest?

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      I think it's dishonest if this isn't individually addressable. Shame that 99% of LED light strip advertising photos out there show individually addressable LED's but very few actually have that feature

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        Agree. Should probably neg all the ledstrip deals with these misleading photos in them. It might not fool anyone here, but they knew the pics were bogus when they posted them.

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    I grabbed this the other day, flashed with Tasmota for easy Home Assist integration. Longer at 3m, cheaper by $5 and all local, no cloud.

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      If you are into flashing and HA,
      I'd suggest buying 5m rolls of individually addressable LEDs, RGB, RGBW etc (cheap on aliexpress)
      Drive with an ESP32 flashed to ESPhome, and a 12V power brick.

      e.g. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FU4aR2YKNDI

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        This is my next step. Happy to learn. Thanks for pointing me down the rabbit hole.

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      Might be cheaper but it's so much simpler to use native HK if you can. $5 is worth it IMO

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    JESLED WiFi LED Strip Lights 5m - $20 https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B086GHN58C/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_g...

    Great product. Works well with Google Home

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      • and not Gerry Harvey’s pocket
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      No HomeKit though…

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    I returned the Cygnett ones the other day, couldn't get it to connect via their native app so wasn't able to even test most of its features.