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Costco Members: 200' Govee Permanent Outdoor Lights Pro w/ 120 RBIC LEDs Expired

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Costco Wholesale has for their Members: 200' Govee Permanent Outdoor Lights Pro (GOV_H706C111, White or Black) on sale for $499.99. Shipping is free.

Thanks to Community Member ryry2410 for sharing this deal.

About this Item:
  • 75 scene modes and 16 million colors light up your home
  • Can be used for holiday, daily, and accent lighting.
  • Cuttable and extendable
  • Use the provided VHB glue and clips to install each light
  • Rated from -4°F to 140°F (-20°C-60°C)
  • 2700K-6500K color temperature
  • 50 Lumens per light
  • Waterproof Ratings: String Lights: IP67; Adapter: IP67; Control Box: IP65
  • Made from anti-UV material.
  • Pair lights with Matter, Alexa, and Google Assistant for smart voice control.

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  • About this Deal:
    • Rated 4.1 out of 5 stars from Amazon customer reviews.
    • At the time of this posting, our research indicates that this is $200 lower than the next best available prices starting from $699.99. -SaltyOne
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Edited December 9, 2023 at 09:33 PM by
These are normally 699.00 and are sold out on the Govee site. 499.00 at Costco shipped.
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I know this is 100% subjective so don't get too riled up over what I have to say, but I was seriously thinking about getting these until I saw my neighbor do a full-on 2 story eaves-perimeter install with these.

They look bad (IMHO). Real bad. Call me a traditionalist, but the light pattern and luminescence oddly does not resemble anything like actual holiday lights. Zero vibes. The light (as obvious from even photos), is like a secondary light, meaning it throws it on your house, then you see the it projected on your house. I have to say after trying to get used to it for almost a month, it still doesn't look right to me.

To be fair, I'm a bit of a light snob and traditionalist. It bugs the hell out of me when people use anything higher than 4000k in living spaces (3000k standard, 2700k for serious chill vibes, 4000-5000k in bathrooms/utility rooms) , and put 6000k bulbs in their outdoor porch lights like they're planning to do cardiovascular surgery there one day.

To each their own , yes yes.. but GENERALLY speaking people are universally attracted towards certain types of light color and patterns, and ever since LED lightning went mainstream, it's all gone out of whack.

I actually find the vast majority of "standard" LED christmas lights to be pretty gaudy too. Attractive color temperatures have given way to RGBICW seizure inducing light. In of themsleves aren't evil or anything, but putting them in the hands of the general population who generally think "Bigger, brigher more colorful and more spastic is better, bigger spectacle!" basically makes the neighborhood look like it's glitching.

I imagine my neighbors spent close to 1k on the lights and another 500-1000+ on install, and I feel bad to tell them that it looks horrible (because they're great people). Right now they have them set to alternating red/white/green for christmas.. but in all honesty it looks like a lit up Mexican restaurant now (or Italian, take your pick).

It's just not right. Having any type of light by default does not make things look nice.. more often then not, it makes things look cheap and off. Lighting DESIGN is a thing.
I've got the non-pro version and based on my neighbors comments we must not live in the same neighborhood. lol. I get questions and compliments on the daily. Like you said, to each their own.

Also, this price is a smokin' good deal.
I have the non pro version. Installed them last night. Nothing but compliments so far. I am not even close to a light snob though. I'm a simple man, and the wife is happy so all is good

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