How do you sync twinkle lights?

Configure Twinkly for the first time

  1. Configuring Twinkly.
  2. Download the mobile app.
  3. Set up your lights and switch on your Twinkly.
  4. Connect Twinkly directly to your smartphone via its Wi-Fi network.
  5. Rename your Twinkly.
  6. Connect your Twinkly to your local Wi-Fi network.
  7. Select the device.

Can I connect two sets of twinkly lights?

And Yes- Twinkly devices can be synchronized together via the Twinkly App & be used as one single Twinkly String (they are NOT connected Physically, but rather ‘Digitally’ linked).

How do you map twinkly?

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  1. In the Twinkly App, navigate to ‘layout’ and select ‘map lights’ and then ‘3D mapping’
  2. Select ‘start mapping’
  3. Ensure your lights are within the frame and wait for the time to elapse.

How many lights do you need for a 6ft tree?

For a basic look our number one rule is at least 100 bulbs per 1ft of tree – so that would mean a 6ft tree needs a minimum of 600 LEDs. For a fuller look, you can add as many lights as you want but we recommend upwards of 700 for a 6ft tree.

Can twinkly do warm white?

Twinkly Special Edition is designed to bring the vibrant variety of RGB colors together with the warmth of the classic, beloved warm white pure light with a brand-new four channel RGBW light source.

Does twinkly work with Alexa?

Currently the Twinkly tree purchased at Lowes does work with Alexa echo and mobile app once it is enabled. It does work to have Alexa turn off and turn on the tree as any ‘smart light’.

How long should light be on a 6 foot tree?

“A good rule of thumb is 100 lights for every foot-and-a-half of tree,” according to Lowe’s. But Better Homes & Gardens recommends using three 100-light sets for every foot of a tree’s height. And Real Simple suggests 100 lights for every foot.

Do you start the lights at the top or bottom of the tree?

Starting at the top of the tree, intertwine the lights on top of and under branches. Work your way down and around the tree, hanging lights in the back as well. When you reach the bottom, hide any extra lights behind the tree.