Review: iHoment’s smart strip lights make it easy to set the mood

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Here’s some unsolicited relationship advice: A strip of inexpensive LED lights can turn any room into a date night destination.

I spent a month testing two of iHoment’s Minger branded smart lighting strips. The first, a two meter long USB-powered strip, is perfect for providing bias lighting for your television. And the other is a whopping five meters long – more than enough to frame an entire bay window or highlight the area above your bed.

As they’re essentially the same – the length, price, and power source being the only differences between them – this review will cover both items.

These strip lights are designed to be tucked away behind the curtains, stuck to the back of


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