The Power Practical Luminoodle LED bias lighting strips are all on sale today, and they have never dropped this low before. These strips help reduce eye strain and can help improve the contrast of the screen you're watching. The Power Practical Luminoodle 13-feet LED TV bias lighting strip is down to $18.74 on Amazon. This is the largest available strip, and it usually sells for around $25.
While these strips are designed to be easily cut to the size you need, you might not need one that long. Try the 9.8-foot strip for $14.99. It normally sells for around $20 and has never gone lower than $16.
The medium-sized 6.5 foot strip is down to $10.50 today. That's a $7 price drop and one of its lowest ever. The smallest strip is only 3.3 feet, and it's currently about $3 off its lowest price at $7.49. That's a good place to start if you haven't used one of these before and just want to see what the fuss is all about.
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