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A guide to choosing the best LED Neon Flex colours

November 05, 2020

Advice Centre > Neon flex lightings > A guide to choosing the best LED Neon Flex colours

If you already have a specific project in mind, you might have an idea about the LED Neon Flex light colour you might want. There is a wide variety of choices available and sometimes it can be hard to know which colour to opt for.

In addition, RGB LED Neon Flex and white LED Neon Flex is available in a range of options, so you might want more clarity on your options before making a purchase.

In this guide:

Learn more about the white LED Neon Flex options available

Find out more about RGB LED Neon Flex, what it is, how it works and the benefits

Red and green are popular colours for neon signs – find out more about our products

Aside from the most popular colours, we also stock a range of other colours too

White LED Neon Flex options explained

LED Neon Flex is up to 70% more efficient than traditional neon lighting. It has a higher luminous efficiency rating, meaning that LED Neon Flex requires a lower voltage to burn brighter than traditional neon. This more modern form of lighting is more durable and longer lasting and doesn’t use the chemicals involved in neon lighting which, alongside the lack of glass, makes it a much safer alternative.

LED Neon Flex is an extremely flexible and durable form of lighting, making it ideal for both indoor and outdoor use. LED Neon Flex is easy and straightforward to install and, unlike neon lighting, there is no fragile glass to be wary of, as well as a reduced risk of electric shocks. This type of lighting is a modern way to create a neon sign without the expense or safety risks of traditional neon signs.

When it comes to white LED Neon Flex, you might think the choice is easy. But, there are different types of white lighting available so it’s important to understand what they are to make sure your lighting is suitable for your application.

The two white lighting options are:

  • Warm white – or soft white is a light with warm notes. The lighting is slightly yellow, offering a warm, comforting glow. This colour is synonymous with cosiness so is perfect for making a room or space look more inviting
  • Pure white – or bright white, is usually used in commercial settings or as decorative lighting at home.

Find out more about the white LED Neon Flex options available in our guide.

What is RGB LED Neon Flex and how does it work?

RGB LED Neon Flex mixes white lighting with red, green or blue coloured light to create a range of colours and effects.

This type of LED Neon Flex allows you to create a range of effects and colours for your project to meet client brand colours or to create something that stands out from the crowd. In addition, it can also be adjusted to create different colours so could be used for a wide range of applications. The best news is, you’re not stuck to one colour once your lighting has been installed.

The key benefits of RGB LED Neon Flex include:

  • Create a variety of colours
  • Replicate brand colours
  • Cost-effective
  • Controllable lighting 

This type of lighting is perfect for:

  • Shop signage
  • Events
  • Nightclubs and bars
  • In the home

Read our guide to find out more about RGB LED Neon Flex and the benefits.

Red and Green LED Neon Flex

Red and green LED Neon Flex are two of the most popular colours for creating neon signs.

Associated with dates such as Christmas, St Patrick’s Day and Valentine’s day, this lighting is often chosen for these purposes.

Red and green LED Neon Flex lighting is perfect for:

  • Signage
  • Lobbies
  • Hotels
  • Storefronts

Find out more about our red and green LED Neon Flex options in our guide.

Other colours available

In addition to the colours outlined above, we also stock LED Neon Flex in the following colours.

  • Blue
  • Pink
  • Yellow
  • Orange
  • Purple

View our full range of LED Neon Flex products here or contact our team of experts if you would like to discuss your project needs in more detail.




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