Overview of Govee RGBICWW Smart Outdoor LED Spotlight

Summary. Last year we lit the holiday lights on Halloween and turned them off on Valentine’s Day. Our 5 year old projector switched from phantom to snowflake and dot. But we only have Christmas colors (red and green) which is always a bit disappointing. So when Govee RGBICWW LED Smart Outdoor Spotlights were made available for review, we thought they could greatly improve our Christmas-themed light show, which we could easily replace for every holiday or our day – - Day’s whim.
Govee RGBICWW outdoor LED smart spotlights are available in sets of four (see here) or sets of two. Using Alexa or the Govee app, you can choose from 28 patterns and almost endless color options.
Once you use the Govee RGBICWW LED Smart Street Light out of the box, you only need a little assembly.
The power cord is 39.4 feet (12 meters) long and you will first need to run the control cables through the back of each spotlight.
At first we like to play with them at home. However, if you want to mount them outdoors, you can screw in the included ground rods.
The manual says not to place the control box directly on the ground, as this can cause Wi-Fi/Bluetooth connection problems. There is a power button on the control box, press to turn on and off the light; or you can press twice for maximum brightness, or you can press and hold for 5 seconds to reset. But most likely you won’t be using the power button.
You can control Govee RGBICWW smart outdoor LED spotlight with Alexa voice control or Google Assistant. Or, like us, you can use the app.
You can find the Govee Home app on Google Play or the App Store. Once downloaded, you can pair it with Bluetooth by searching for H7060.
When I say that there are almost limitless possibilities, I mean exactly that. In fact, there are over 6 million possible color combinations! You can choose a specific color from 28 different patterns.
You can make the Govee RGBICWW LED Smart Street Light “move” to the microphone and make it dance to the music. You can adjust the sensitivity as well as choose an automatic color or choose your own. There are three speeds (party, dynamic or calm).
In the Scenes section, you have some handy presets like Thunderstorm, Aurora, Rainbow, and every season and holiday. In the DIY section, you have full creative control.
Govee RGBICWW LED smart spotlights are IP66 waterproof, which means they can be used outdoors but cannot be submerged in water.
This set is very beautiful and is height adjustable. I would be happy in my front yard, back yard or house. We have been happy with every position we have tested and are considering getting more. A word of advice: if you are going to move them, be careful not to confuse them.
But mostly we like to pair the Govee RGBICWW LED Smart Street Light with Mic mode music. This would be great during trick or treatment! However, the party mode gave me a headache, it moved really fast and had a lot of bright flickering, so I preferred the calmness of the lower sensitivity settings (it was still alive!). Trust me, it can instantly turn your kitchen into a discotheque… or in our case, your front aisle into a St. Patrick’s Day celebration.
Mason noted that he would like to be able to play his music through the app so that the lights can be better in sync with the beat rather than through a microphone. He doesn’t like apps that force you to stream music through them, but in this case, he likes this option.
The Govee RGBICWW smart outdoor LED spotlight is a lot of fun. They can be easily replaced or supplemented with holiday spotlights for an instant party or used as a more traditional spotlight for your home, backyard or pool.
Price: $94.99 for the 4-lamp option reviewed here ($49.99 for the 2-lamp pack). Where to buy: Amazon or Govee website Source: Samples of this product were provided by Govee.
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Post time: Nov-18-2022