It’s pretty crazy how you can spend hundreds or even thousands of dollars on an HDTV, and then a simple $10 gadget can plug into the back and make the viewing experience so much better. But that’s exactly what happens when you finally come around and realize how great bias lighting kits are. These little light strips plug into a USB port on the back of your TV (or PC monitor) and cast a glow on the wall behind your set, turning on and off automatically with your screen. The result is a far more immersive experience than anything you’ve ever seen before, and yet it only costs a few bucks — especially if you take advantage of this two-day sale.
Use the promo code GT8OMP06 at checkout and get the Vansky White Bias Lighting Kit for just $9.99, or the Vansky Multi-Color Bias Lighting Kit (you can set it to any color you want) for $11.99. Trust us… you won’t regret it.
Here are some key details from the product page:
- ALLEVIATES EYE-STRAIN — Adds a Subtle Backlight to Your Monitor, Reducing the Eyestrain Caused by Differences In Picture Brightness From Scene to Scene In Movies, Shows and Games.
- OPTIMAL VIEWING EXPERIENCE — The Color and Brightness of the LEDs Are Carefully Calibrated, Making Blacks Blacker and Colors More Vibrant.
- EASY INSTALLATION — The Led Light Strip is 35.4 Inch and Can be Cut With Scissors On the Cut Marks (White Lines) to Fit The Desired Size of Your TV. The USB Cable is 47.5 Inch. Use the 3M Adhesive to Attach to Almost Any Surface, Flexible Strips Bend to Your Desired Positions. Attention: Ensure the Back of Your TV is Free From Dust Before Install to Avoid Falling off.
- QUALITY ASSURANCE — High-brightness 27 LEDs Last Up to 100,000 LED Lighting Hours.
- WHAT YOU GET — Vansky Bias Lighting for HDTV With On-Off Button, Spare 3M Adhesive Tap,Spare USB Wall Charger, Together with 45 Days Money Back, One year Guarantee and Friendly, Easy-to-reach Support.
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