Skip to main content

Add some smart lighting with Nitebird's 33-foot wireless LED strip on sale for $26

Nitebird Strip Light
Nitebird Strip Light

You'd be surprised at all the things you can do with an LED light strip. From adding some light underneath your cabinets to bias lighting behind your TV to something to agument a live stream, a good LED light strip can change the mood of a room in an instant. Right now you can get the Nitebird 32.8-feet smart wireless LED light strip on sale for $26.38 at Amazon (opens in new tab). That's a nearly $14 discount over what it was selling for at the beginning of April and the lowest direct discount we have ever seen.

This isn't the only Nitebird product on sale today, either. The sale is one of Amazon's deals of the day and features a wide range of Nitebird products all going for discounted prices. If you just need some smart bulbs you can get a 4-pack in white (opens in new tab) for $22.39 or multi-color (opens in new tab) for $25.49. There are a few other options available, too, so check out the whole sale before these deals disappear.

One of several options on sale from Nitebird today. The strip has a built-in mic that can sync with music and change the colors. You can set a schedule for the lights and choose from 16 million colors. Works with Amazon Alexa.

The light strip has a lot of smart functionality built in so it's more than just LEDs on a strip. For one thing, using the free app you can schedule the lights. They can turn off and on automatically and even work like an alarm clock to help you wake up. There are also eight customized scenes you can use to set the mood.

There is a sensitive mic built into the strip as well. This mic can be used to listen to what's going on in the room and sync the lights accordingly. Turn your party into a rave as the LEDs flash and change color.

The LEDs stick to any dry and clean surface and use strong self adhesive to make it happen. You can cut the light strip at the appropriate length so you can fully make use of every inch you have. It also works with Amazon Alexa and Apple HomeKit.

J.D. Levite has been in the deals game since 2012. He has posted daily deals at Gizmodo, The Wirecutter, The Sweethome, and now for Thrifter. He was there for the first Prime Day and has braved the full force of Black Friday. If you cut him, he bleeds savings. But don't try it for real. That's a metaphor.
1 Comment
  • "That's a nearly $14 discount over what it was selling for at the beginning of April" This might seem like a minor complaint, but I would really appreciate it if deal posts, in general, would stop exaggerating the savings. At the beginning of April this item was $33 (it was this price for all of March and April except for 3 hours of one day in April when it was briefly $36). So this is really only an $11 discount, not $14.