Govee Glide Triangle Light Panels
Govee Glide Triangle Light Panels
Govee Glide Triangle Light Panels
Govee Glide Triangle Light Panels
Govee Glide Triangle Light Panels
Govee Glide Triangle Light Panels
Govee Glide Triangle Light Panels

Govee Glide Triangle Light Panels

$169.99 Regular price $299.99 Sale price
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Description:

Model: H6067

Add flair to your home decor with these triangle light panels. Each panel creates effects that are pleasing to the eyes with RGBIC technology, music modes, DIY mode, and more.

  • Unique Lighting Effects: RGBIC lighting for your home decor.
  • DIY Lighting: Customize the layout of your light panels.
  • 28+ Scene Modes: Rich animated lighting effects for your panels.
  • Visualize Your Music: 6 Music Modes on Govee Home App.
  • Smart Voice Control: Compatible with Alexa and Google Assistant.

2022-08-26T04:00:00.000Z

The product will ship 1 business day after purchase (except for pre-ordered products), and delivery will take 2-7 business days. All orders will be dispatched from our US warehouse.

We offer a one-year limited warranty from the date of purchase for Govee Glide Triangle Light Panels.

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Chris Cantu
Fantastic! Be sure to use the layout feature before trying to assemble them in a pattern

The Glide Tri is so far my favorite Govee lighting product so far out of Glide, DreamView Backlights and lightbars, pendant lighting, and various LED strips that I also have..

They work exactly as described and have great illumination power - alone they can light up my home office which is about 13'x14'.

My advice to those that are getting this is two fold:

1) Before even unboxing it, use the Govee Home App to design the layout you want. Don't do what I did which was to take them all out and arrange them on the floor in a pattern and then piece them together and then try to stick it on the wall. Hint: That approach just won't work. I would have saved a lot of time and frustration if I just used the App layout feature ahead of time - you get there by adding it as a device and there's a layout canvas there.

2) Figure out where the power lead you want to hook it up to will face in direction. It'll be the first one in the layout feature. I had to redo the design a few times to make sure that the power lead was coming from the bottom most triangle of the pattern to lessen the visibility of the power cord.

Doing the above will save you from unsticking them from the wall because of an avoidable mistake - and since I do not believe they sell replacement stick-on stickers you won't have to get creative like me when it comes to 'oopsie' adhesive.