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Prime Members: TorchStar 50FT IP67 LED Rope Lights w/ Various Colors - $54.99 + FSSS

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Prime Members Only: TorchStar via Amazon has 50ft LED Rope Light, 120V Flexible Strip Lights, IP67 Waterproof Neon Lighting, (150ft Max) Linkable for Indoor & Outdoor Decor, Ambient Decoration, Commercial Building with various color and packs on sale from $54.99. Shipping is Free.

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They say waterproof, but would they be able to be in a hot tub?
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They say waterproof, but would they be able to be in a hot tub?
IP67 means the unit can be dropped into a body of water up to a meter deep for half an hour
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Nice for ambient light in a movie room.
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They say waterproof, but would they be able to be in a hot tub?
I think it can, based on the claimed IP67 statement. But it is 120V, I will not choose to do that in a pool or a hot tub for safety.
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They say waterproof, but would they be able to be in a hot tub?
No. They're really considered weatherproof not waterproof. You could hang them outside your house and they'd be fine from rain. These would not be safe for submersion
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From the product description page:

Note: This LED RGB neon rope light can't be DIY cut. This LED RGB neon rope light can't be used by soaking in the water.
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When connecting two strings. How big / how noticeable is the gap between two lights.
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Bummer that these can't change color. I would have bought one if they could. Nice last minute Christmas lights.
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They say waterproof, but would they be able to be in a hot tub?
You'd be shocked to learn how they work underwater.
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TIL LED light ropes exist. Thanks, OP.
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TIL LED light ropes exist. Thanks, OP.
These existed 20 years ago but this appears to be much higher quality than back in the day.
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Anyone have these? Do they stay on after losing power? Meaning, can I plug them into a smart plug and control them?
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They say waterproof, but would they be able to be in a hot tub?
Just buy a better hot tub 🛀
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Just buy a better hot tub 🛀
Seems like the cheaper option unless you have life insurance. 👍🏽
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