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Reddit mentions of SUPERNIGHT (TM) 16.4FT SMD 5050 Waterproof 300LEDs RGB Flexible LED Strip Light Lamp Kit + 44Key IR Remote Controller(Power supply is not included)

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We found 56 Reddit mentions of SUPERNIGHT (TM) 16.4FT SMD 5050 Waterproof 300LEDs RGB Flexible LED Strip Light Lamp Kit + 44Key IR Remote Controller(Power supply is not included). Here are the top ones.

SUPERNIGHT (TM) 16.4FT SMD 5050 Waterproof 300LEDs RGB Flexible LED Strip Light Lamp Kit + 44Key IR Remote Controller(Power supply is not included)
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  • 300LED Diodes per Reel, Double side adhesive on back for pasting
  • 12V Super Bright SMD 5050 than 3528 Single Chip
  • Length: 5M or 16ft. Thickness: 0.1inch. Width: 0.4inch. IP65 Waterproof
  • RGB Color, 12V DC Input Voltage, Cuttable Every 3 LEDs
  • Easy and Flexible installation. Ideal for home and business light decoration. AC adapter sold separately.
ColorRgb (Red, Green, Blue)
Height9 Inches
Length1 Inches
Number of items1
Size16.4 ft
Weight0.55 Pounds
Width9 Inches

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Found 56 comments on SUPERNIGHT (TM) 16.4FT SMD 5050 Waterproof 300LEDs RGB Flexible LED Strip Light Lamp Kit + 44Key IR Remote Controller(Power supply is not included):

u/Shabbypenguin · 9 pointsr/xboxone

ouch, blue light is pretty harsh on eyes, especially with it looking like some kind of lamp right there reflecting.

if i were you op id grab soemthing like this https://www.amazon.com/SUPERNIGHT-Waterproof-300LEDs-Flexible-Controller/dp/B00B2F3KDQ/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1469845526&sr=8-3&keywords=led+strip and use some tape/stickytac and put strips on teh back of your entertainment stand so it looks like teh while thing is glowing.

u/sidoh · 7 pointsr/homeautomation

There are a lot of parameters you're leaving unspecified. Do you want white, RGB, or RGBW strips?

Here's an RGB strip for $15.88.

You'll also need a controller. I'm not sure anything other than Phillips Hue works with Alexa out of the box. If you don't wanna do anything fiddly, you'll probably just wanna get Hue, which is gonna run you north of $100 after you get the hub.

If you're willing to do some hacking, I reverse-engineered the TCP API for this controller. Code is here:


Also built a REST gateway around it here:


You could probably integrate this API with the alexa HA bridge for a direct Alexa integration.

I have some instructions for integrating this controller with SmartThings on my blog.

u/youremyfather · 7 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Thanks! it's actually just some LED strips from Amazon....the bulbs are probably better tbh. These strips come equipped with double sided sticky tape so you can place them anywhere, but the heat from the lights melted the stickyness on mine so now I just have them hanging 🤷🏼‍♀️🤷🏼‍♀️

u/idiot_proof · 5 pointsr/cars
  1. RGB LED strips. Here is about 5m worth of waterproof strips with a remote controller for $16. Not sure how best to get power there, but you can find instructions on youtube. Foot wells, cup holders, and doors are generally the best spots for these.
  2. Paint. One of my friends handpainted the interior of his WRX to have white accents instead of just black. Looked very clean (to high school me) and can add that bit of personalization you're looking for. Maybe look for subtle accents to your current interior (paint black on a black interior for lines that are only visible from certain angles). I don't know back to the future very well, but you could use that for inspiration here.
  3. Gauges, dials, and displays. Back to the Future has a car with a lot of information right in the center console. Having a Nexus 7 or other tablet in the center of the dash or boost gauges on the A-pillar could add to this look while still being functional.
u/OriginalMSV · 4 pointsr/funkopop

I used these, which I bought mainly because they could do pure white, but the 3232 is a bit cheaper.

I also had to buy links and wire to connect them to each other, since I've got them running from the same power supply.

If you want intimate details, I can provide more links when I'm back on desktop.

u/kineticsyn · 3 pointsr/battlestations

Thanks! That's correct, the strip is facing the wall.


Very lengthy, great purchase, and strong/bright light. Definitely recommend!

u/fecklessgadfly · 3 pointsr/teaching

I built some cheap lighting using these. http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00B2F3KDQ/ref=mp_s_a_1_12?qid=1408304220&sr=8-12&pi=SL75

They look really cool as underlighting on a desk or table. They're peel-n-stick and require no skill to install.

u/TripAndFly · 3 pointsr/ElectricForest

I powered a 16.4ft long LED strip for over 86 hours on 7 color shift mode with 8xAA batteries in a 12v RC car battery sled.

I tested it because I didn't want to have to create tons of garbage by burning through 60 something AA batteries over the weekend...turns out 8 of those suckers can last multiple festivals...or you can just leave it on all the time for one fest.

This is the LED strip I used

This is the battery sled

You'll need one of these to attach it to the controller

u/bond2016 · 3 pointsr/malelivingspace

^ All of this ^

And as a little extra, they sell cheap RGB LED strips you could put on the floor, or anywhere really, to add some smooth ambient lighting

u/SteevB · 3 pointsr/battlestations

Thanks! As for the lights, the ones behind the monitors is a 4 strip RGB LED kit from IKEA. However, I would just recommend going on Amazon and getting a kit similar to the ones I post below. The only reason I got the IKEA ones is because I worked there at the time and it was a little cheaper, otherwise I would have gotten the ones on Amazon since they are a much better option.

For inside the desktop, I bought a kit that is essentially the same LEDs I was talking about before, but instead they are adapted so that it plugs into a 4-Pin molex.

Computer Tower RGB Light Kit:* https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01AZ4XX0E/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Monitor/Desk/Room Lighting: https://www.amazon.com/SUPERNIGHT-Waterproof-300LEDs-Flexible-Controller/dp/B00B2F3KDQ/ref=sr_1_7?s=musical-instruments&ie=UTF8&qid=1465874461&sr=1-7&keywords=rgb+led+strip+with+controller

On a side note, these LED strips are great because they can be cut to size, and if you have extra left over you can just get another controller and remote to have multiple lighting locations. And if your'e handy enough, you can technically just make the lights for inside your case on your own. As long as you know how to solder that is.

Sory about the essay. Hope this helped!

u/rolfraikou · 3 pointsr/DesignMyRoom

Ok, he's my still ghetto but much much less depressing method.

Sleep on the boxes, just cover them up with more fabric. $10

Get the hanging shit off the ceiling, it looks creepy. $0

Go to ikea, don't get a fancy desk. Screw those, they fall apart, and are more difficult to move if they stay together. They have a modular desk system. This is the main surface, and these cheap bastards are the legs.

Very easy to take apart.

Desk: $25 + tax. Let's just say $30.

Now get two or three of these LED strips. At $17 each, these things are pretty cheap. Don't use the adhesive on the back, it's meant to be permanent. Just use another method to attach them to your ceiling in a sort of back and forth zig-zag or S pattern.

If you got three of these, you have ample lighting in your room, two backup-up power supplies if one fails, and three remotes. Use two of those temporary "command-strips" to put two remotes on the wall, one next to your entrance, the other next to your bed, then leave the third as a regular remote. You can now control the lighting, and the entire color of your room from anywhere. I actually hung them slightly low, and pointed them at the ceiling, creating a sort of ambient lighting, and less glare from the individual diodes.

LED ceiling $51 + command strips, and whatever means you use to hang them about $60.

Posters are cheap. 3 posters from target = $22

A cool cube clothing organizer. This is also very modular, and has those doors to keep it from looking too trashy. $67

Put your guitar on this guitar stand. $15

If you have big headphones (I don't see any. If you use earbuds/iems then ignore this) then put this banana holder on your desk. They are perfect for holding headphones, and look cool while doing it. $12

At this point, I've gone slightly over budget it. My guess is around $216 total for all of the above.

Big comfy chairs are huge, and expensive. I suggest checking the free section of craigslist for something like recliners. Just make sure they're bug-free, throw those in there, and throw them away or give them away when you move.

I got lucky, and eventually got a pretty light comfy chair that I do actually move with me now, using this method.

u/k3vdizzle · 3 pointsr/hometheater

I would recommend this. You can cycle through any color, and it has a remote that you can use. The back of mine had ready to peel tape, so it would make mounting easier.

u/draginator · 3 pointsr/MINI

This led light strip set turned into this when cut to size and soldered together for under the car installation. I'll upload a video I have of it installed on a car I did.

All for around $20 and looks amazing.


Couldn't find the mini clip but here is the exact same light strip and wiring I did on another car a couple years ago. It only take me about 30 minutes to install under a car with the ramps I have. They are wired to a controller inside the car for led color.

u/IntHatBar · 2 pointsr/malelivingspace

These LED Light Strips are a lot of fun. Not too expensive either. They would look really cool if you put them behind a piece of art or crown molding.

u/angoosbeaf · 2 pointsr/ultrawidemasterrace

All lights are turned down to lowest setting.


  1. Desk: 16 ft strip. Cheap [ebay] (https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B00B2F3KDQ/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1) RGB kit. Also ordered L connectors.

  2. Acer x34: RGB lights on monitor set to red.

  3. RGB mouse and keyboard: Ripjaw and Corsair


    -5 Thermaltake Riing RGB Fans set to red

    -EVGA FTW Hybrid GTX 1080 RGB set to red

    -Asus z270g Strix MB RGB set to red

    -Corsair h115i Radiator RGB set to red

    -NZXT Hue 3 magnet RGB strips set to red

    -Corsair Vengeance LED DDR4 3200 - RED
u/N30FAMOUS · 2 pointsr/gadgets

The price of the listing you linked is ~$24 USD, which translates to ~$31 CAD. On amazon canada, I found this listing, which is ~$33. Plus, I'm pretty sure shipping to Canada from the US site would be more costly than just getting it shipped from the Canadian site.

u/mx_Seattle · 2 pointsr/DIY

This is absolutely not what you asked for, but is AWESOME for this type of stuff. $15 (with prime) and you have a remote control, colors, patterns, and more. I have used multiple kits now for all sorts of stuff!


u/eso_logic · 2 pointsr/raspberry_pi

I actually harvested the LED strip from a kit that includes a remote so you can change it to whatever color you want. Pretty cheap too!

u/L_DUB_U · 2 pointsr/buildapc


I bought these and use them for a green fishing light. They run off of 12V and VERY VERY BRIGHT! Get one with a lesser LED count per roll and I think they will work great for what you want. You can also cut them at certain lengths if you need small sections and not the full length.

I recommend this very much but if you will be looking directly at them they will be VERY bright and when you look away you everything will be purple (at least with my green LEDS).

u/Retrosmith · 2 pointsr/pcmods

I recommend this strip personally. Used it in a mod for Quakcon a couple of years back and loved it. Programmable colors, lets you save up to four different color profiles plus change them in several minor stages in each tint. Different flashing effects if you're into that also. Plenty of length and easy to work with,

u/Zimphyr · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

Amazon. Cheap and reliable. I turn them on practically every night and they have lasted me about 6 months so far!

u/tme2av8 · 2 pointsr/battlestations

SUPERNIGHT 16.4FT SMD 5050 Waterproof 300LEDs RGB Flexible LED Strip Light Lamp + 44Key IR Remote Controller https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00B2F3KDQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_kowMxbSG477DN

u/djrubbie · 2 pointsr/AnimeFigures

I personally use Supernight's 5050 LED with this controller, and looking at amazon.ca I found this listing but unfortunately it's sold out there (amazon.com listing is up however). If you must get from amazon.ca try this listing which seems to be a similar type of kit.

Basically, you can use the accompanied pre-applied adhesive (by peeling off the protective cover) and tape it under the case. If you want to connect multiple shelves you can either just string them awkwardly, or cut at the cut marks (they are spaced every 5cm, there are indication lines) and then use these adapters with connector cables or just solder it yourself.

I really need to post an update to my cabinets but I haven't had time, but this one is an older picture of my case. Note how I just kind of stringed it through, but with my second cabinet (replaced the one in this picture) I will be doing them per shelf. Now if I have time to actually get this done, I should post updated pictures.

u/Fel1 · 2 pointsr/DIY

it doesn't bother me at all while playing, but if they do its a 1 button press to turn them off -- which i do when i watch shows/movies.

My LED Lights Here

u/theoneyouenvy · 2 pointsr/battlestations

Probably used a kit like this. Same one I have and works great.

u/Head_Cockswain · 1 pointr/pcmods


16 feet and more LED's per foot, but half the price. Unless I am mistaken, you can use 12v from your PSU to power them with a little Macgyvering, or buy a kit with a power supply included and plug them separately.

But yes, there are lines drawn on LED strips where it is safe to cut. Just in case a given strip is not marked...You'll see a place with 4(RGB + Ground) little copper contacts every 4 inches(maybe it's 3, I don't recall), you'll want to cut those in half. You can't cut them in just any old place, that can and will screw them up.

If you do it right, you can even solder on wires and make extensions and re-use the rest of the strip in a different location, like on the underside or the back of your case. There are even kits that exist to make that easier.

u/streetmitch · 1 pointr/battlestations


These leds are really good have them in 4 separate builds. Have 16 feet of them in this build Full rgb.

u/sebaswnd · 1 pointr/multicopterbuilds

The PDB i had chosen out is apparently not a good choice. Im going to go with the one you pointed out, thanks.

I'm adding the M3 screws to the list as well as the standoffs, thanks :)

I already have LED like these (without the remote), will they work?
I have some velcro straps, all the sodering tools and plenty of wire and the such. I need to get the UBEC, thanks

u/Pootzen · 1 pointr/BurningMan

I did the same thing - but mine didn't last even one night. It was a TON of batteries. But because I'm a lazy procrastinator, I'm just buying more batteries this year :(

Album: http://imgur.com/a/F7jYg

LEDs I used: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00B2F3KDQ

u/Fiala06 · 1 pointr/battlestations

The cheap one from Amazon eveyone uses. I think I'm going to move the strip to the back edge of the desk, so the light goes both above and below the desk.


u/sitforsally · 1 pointr/buildapc

I personally own this set so I can verify that it works. Make sure you pick up some extra adhesive though because the glue that comes preapplied kinda sucks. I doubled it up so it would be brighter and I still had a lot left, so you can re use if you know how to solder and purchase another controller.

Edit: how to format on mobile??

u/steveowashere · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

Get one of these. That's what I did for my system, and It looks pretty good. Plus there's a remote control. No software to fuss with.

u/reflectplease · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

All the stock fans are non-LED. They do have white blades, though. If you want to change LED colors you would have to get something like a RGB fan or you can line your case with a LED strip.

u/Lee_Doe · 1 pointr/battlestations

Sorry, but I just got them by the German version of Home Depot, so I can't link the exact ones, but I got something similar to this. Just with 4 individual strips...

u/SoundProofHead · 1 pointr/infp

You'll have to travel all the way to the over side of the galaxy to find one of these crystals. Or you can just buy a quartz in one of those minerals store. The one I have doesn't really change the lighting, the light is actually pretty diffuse already so it won't make crazy patterns on the wall.
I've got this led strip.

u/spilltime · 1 pointr/trees

I got mine from eBay and I like them but they could be better. Reason being the each LED is only one color RGB so it alternates red green blue so on. Here is a link to the ones I believe are similar to mine but better. And yes you can control them with a remote. You can make them flash, stay solid, rotate colors and change the speed at which they do.

u/Tandarin · 1 pointr/led

I have a project like this going on for our new house. We had a strip of RGB lights in the living room at our old house (something like this) and we loved it, but the strip was mounted directly on the wall facing out and it was very harsh. The remote control was not very good, you had to have it pointed just right at the receiver for it to work. But we miss it so much that we want to install a better system in our new house. I want to use RGBW strips for the extra light this time but when I start looking at the strips, power supplies, controllers, I can't get a grasp on what combination I'll need.

u/PeeRSaBBi · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

they were some cheap amazon no name LEDs, mine aren't available anymore but here are some for nearly the same price:

My controller ended up dying, so I bought this:

the adhesive doesn't work so I used electrical tape, really discrete ;)

u/shatteredankle · 1 pointr/photocritique

It was actually just done with an LED light strip from Amazon. It was a little difficult because it was super windy out there so I had very little control of where the lights were waving. But, it ended up working out pretty well as all the photos were different from each other and had their own unique wind patterns.

u/MinecraftHardon · 1 pointr/DIY

I probably would have gone with something like this for the lights.

Or if you really wanted to get fancy, you could go with something like this that comes with a remote and is RGB so you can have any color you want. The RGB ones generally come with an adapter for the power and an IR controller so you can change the color like this. Honestly, I would be really leery about using what I assume are just Christmas lights.

u/neuromonkey · 1 pointr/woodworking

Yep. A couple of years ago I got an RGB strip w/ remote for $16 on Amazon. Not super-tough & durable, but it worked. Still does, though some of the connections need repair after a couple years of dragging it around.

u/cat5inthecradle · 1 pointr/DIY

This one has dimming options, but it's all through the IR remote, and I'd like to build something physical.

I think it's this one: http://www.amazon.com/SUPERNIGHT-Waterproof-300LEDs-Flexible-Controller/dp/B00B2F3KDQ/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1408906058&sr=8-1&keywords=supernight+RGB+LED+light+strip

u/Filet_O_Fist · 1 pointr/ReefTank


I'm NOT wanting to get these because I know now that the red and green light won't do anything. My buddy sent me these and he has never dealt with reefs. I tried finding similar ones but with only blue and white.

The depth of the tank is around there, it was a guesstimate given to me by the owner of the tank of craigslist. Also good on ya for knowing that. I haven't made a budget. I would say maybe around 300 for a light.

u/ThePancakeChair · 1 pointr/diyelectronics

As a beginner, you might be best to go with an Arduino board (probably the Arduino Pro, found on Amazon and the like) but you'll have to learn programming for Arduino (basically programming in C), which is super easy in programming land but you'll have to actually sit down and learn it to be able to use it properly. You'll also need a bit of soldering handiwork to mount and wire up the pushbutton and Neopixels to the Arduino. If you haven't done soldering before, you'd be best to practice that first as well.

Tell you what - you're probably best to go with one of those off-the-shelf remote-control LED strands. They won't go in a circle (though they can all fade in and out together), but they can change color and brightness using a remote control.


You'll still have to figure out how to power them without being plugged in, though.

u/LawyersPlayDota · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

Best thing to get is something like this:

You can run it along the front sides+top, looks amazing. I posted pics a year ago or so, but they're lost now and Im in the middle of a move.

u/benparsell · 0 pointsr/malelivingspace

Put your laundry hamper away, and buy some of these for under your TV stand thingy