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  • 10/11/2017

    Good for this price! WARNING! If you want to use this led in car you have to limit the current, without it will burn immediately, to limit it I use this module: https://www.banggood.com/LED-Driver-Charging-Constant-Current-Voltage-Step-Down-Buck-Module-p-939196.html?p=D3040313149142015035

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  • 03/12/2014

    I purchased 3 rolls and was a bit disappointed with the condition and quality of the rolls I received. All three rolls contained sections that were badly mangled including some areas with missing or damaged double stick tape. The strip material is different than the strips pictured in the product description. I would describe these as very thin and flimsy. Also, these are wired on one end only, not both ends and there is no heat shrink over wire connection. Overall, these appear to be inferior quality compared to the strips pictured. Certainly the assembly and packaging is poor quality. Fortunately all lights do appear to be working, except for the last foot or so on one roll. Width of strip is 8mm. These are about the cheapest. Perhaps some others are better quality. I have purchased RGB strips which are considerably better quality.

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  • 29/08/2013

    Envio rapidisimo sin problemas en aduanas. El rollo venia bien embalado y todo funcionaba perfectamente. Un rollo de 5m en España cuesta el triple.

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  • 06/03/2018

    Since this strip is so cheap it is great for playing with. Led chips are relatively small and not too bright. If you need something brighter this strip is better choice: http://bit.ly/2FuIqRu

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  • 24/08/2015

    I bought one LED strip to test as a replacement for florescent strip lighting. I have run the lights for many hours and am happy with the results. For valence lighting I suggest applying the strip to sheet metal backing (roof flashing, aluminum siding) or long narrow strips of white melamine coated MDF or particle board strip. The LED strip does get warm to the touch during operation so I would not enclose it. Test your power supply for RFI before installation (transistor radio tuned between broadcast stations at the top end of the AM band); many power supplies are built down to a price and are missing common mode chokes and by-pass capacitors - remember each strip will become a 5m long antenna. If an RFI problem is detected I use toroid cores recovered from discarded computer power supplies as a free source of chokes. The older supplies have nice bifilar common mode chokes that can be used directly in the DC line between the supply and the LED strip. These will ensure you are not using the LED strip to broadcast radio frequency noise from the power supply.

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  • 19/02/2018

    Very cheap and simple LED strip. Quality is ok for the price but nothing special. These LEDs will shine but not very bright. Very low lux rate. I dont would use these LEDs for important projects where you need LIGHT. In the meanwhile i go for these ones >>> https://bit.ly/3528SMD These are very high brightness with 1200 LEDs / 5m instead of only 300. And dont forget to buy this power connector to power up your LED strips: https://bit.ly/2Gu0F6

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  • 28/06/2014

    nice bright white, not warm. 10 days to canada from placing order to my door! with my old power supply @10.56V it uses 0.86A, so ~9W. will re-check with proper 12V supply. 2 strips are enough for a room. get it.

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  • 20/10/2016

    Very bright, easy to solder, and the price can't be beat. Very satisfied

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  • 11/11/2018

    I made the led panel and the brightness of the light is excellent

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  • 19/03/2021

    The LEDs start to open between 7 and 8 volts (i.e. dimly lit). At 12V, the current consumption is 0.75A. The LED-strip can be cut in 5 cm increments (picture 3).

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