Today I am preparing my Twinkly Christmas lights and using the WrapnStore Lights Spooler that they sent to me for testing. Wrapnstore: https://wrapnstore.com Use code “WRP-25OFF” at checkout to get 25% of each of the products Twinkly Light Music Controller: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=90LGAqEJgho Last Years Christmas Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-kBRAvhk5pI Chapters: 00:00 Introduction 01:18 Unboxing 02:26 Spooling up the lights 05:32 Use on string of lights 06:35 Using with icicle lights 07:35 Conclusion 08:37 An offer 09:11 Outtro
Today I am testing and reviewing the Twinkly Music Dongle that can men your lights dance, according to Twinkly. As you know, I have made quite a few Twinkly videos by now, including my Christmas videos. Check out my playlist on these products: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLMAHWov6qmrQCd4huCqev8gFwV9hnoph0 So naturally I had to check out this music thingy here that acts as a controller using a microphone. I have both generation 2 and Generation 1 lights that I will be testing. This time it is the Twinkly Icicle and Twinkly Wall lights. Chapters: 00:00 Introduction 02:50 Unboxing 06:00 Configuration 16:08 First Test 19:28 Second
The time has finally come to install all my Twinkly lights as well as my Chrissline lights for Christmas. So in this rather long video, I am setting them up, checking the configuration possibilities to synchronise them and more. I am installing the Icicle, Wall and String RGB LED lights and joining them together as one configuration and display. If you haven’t time for this long a video, check out my shorter videos about these lights in my playlist here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLMAHWov6qmrQCd4huCqev8gFwV9hnoph0
Having used one of the Twinkly lights for two years now and the other one time, I take a look at them again to see if there is anything new in the app and if they still work and are ready for Christmas since I missed Halloween. 😀 If you want more Twinkly Light stuff, I have a playlist here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLMAHWov6qmrQCd4huCqev8gFwV9hnoph0
Since my last Twinkly video were so popular, I decided to say Merry Christmas with a bit more Twinkly. 😀 So I test out to sets of lights at the same time to see how that work. I do like these RGB lights. so it is always fun to play with them. After my pneumonia and hospital visit,I can again, sort of, walk and talk at the same time.
Last year I made two videos about Twinkly lights. This year they have a Twinkly Wall version that I check out today. It’s a rather long video because I make some mistakes along the way. 🙂 Since every light can be individually controlled, you can make some interesting lighting designs. I do run into a few problems with the lights, some are my own fault and one seems to be software related. Anyway, I have a good time playing with them. It’s a lot of fun to play with RGB LED lights, but maybe it is time that I start
Two weeks ago I unboxed and installed the Twinkly lights and so while trying to get in the Christmas spirit, I take look at the software updates and how it has been working out for me so far. These are RGB LED lights that are individually controllable and their location are scanned by the camera in the phone or tablet. —— Main Channel: https://www.youtube.com/ruddk Secondary channel : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKq_sn1DMx6jjYPnGtk2xJw Instagram: @martinRudJ Twitter: @wwwruddk Website: https://www.rud.dk/
I’m no Clark Griswold and until today, I had no Italian Twinkly lights. So I am unboxing, tinkering and installing these 175 WiFi enabled lights that can be used for any occasion really. The app can scan where the lights are located and then be controlled individually. I hope my christmas lights will spread some happiness in a dark and cold time of the year. 🙂 —— Main Channel: https://www.youtube.com/ruddk Secondary channel : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKq_sn1DMx6jjYPnGtk2xJw Instagram: @martinRudJ Twitter: @wwwruddk Website: https://www.rud.dk/