If you want to create awesome lighting effects in your home and give your decor a huge upgrade, there’s no better way to do it than with LED light strips. And if you want to buy a few LED light strips, there’s no better time to do it than right now. The popular HitLights Warm White LED Light Strip just fell to a new all-time low price on Amazon — only $7.19! Definitely grab a few before the price goes back up.
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- SIMPLE AND EASY TO USE low voltage LED light strips for commercial and residential use – in living rooms shelving lighted cabinets toe-kicks and more! Reel is 16.4 feet in length.
- CUTTABLE AND CONNECTABLE – Compatible with our HitLights 8mm connector extensions and accessories. Simple connect – cut with a pair of scissors every two inches.
- DIMMABLE and FLEXIBLE these LED strips are great for a variety of indoor / interior uses including undercabinet lighting in kitchens ambient accent lighting in bedrooms lighting toe kicks in bathrooms or adding light to displays, book shelves, or china cabinets.
- SAY GOODBYE TO COMPLICATED INSTALLATIONS – Our kits install quickly and easily right out of the box no soldering electrical experience or tools required – and they last for years with minimal power requirements.
- HITLIGHTS QUALITY. Backed by a one year warranty from HitLights for peace of mind. Contact our US-based customer service team at any time for no-hassle troubleshooting and replacement or for any questions about purchasing or installation.
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