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[Best Buy] Nanoleaf Remote for Light Panels $17.50

BB has a sale for the nanoleaf remote for $17.50 ($42 off).
Neat remote to control and adjust brightness for your light panels.
Uses AA batteries and is bluetooth connectivity.
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does anyone have good suggestions for cheaper nanoleafs? I never realized how pricey they are
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amazon has those hexagon light panels but i think its only in one color not RGB.
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GNKRFD wrote: does anyone have good suggestions for cheaper nanoleafs? I never realized how pricey they are
If you like to do DIY projects.



Turned out better than my nanoleafs.
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Jedric wrote: If you like to do DIY projects.



Turned out better than my nanoleafs.
Looks cool like those storm cloud ceiling lights but you won't get the Nanoleaf software to design each panel color, download other user scenes, touch panel, and rhythm choices. Or google integration or the use of this gimmicky remote. The battery goes empty in 2 months and I don't even use it. The remote is cool but not useful. I only use google to operate my lights.
.I think many people who don't own nanoleaf don't understand the tech amd software involved, hence the cost
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I had way too much nanoleaf at one point. Sold it all off. Sweet concept but didn't really use much and engender I did it required a lot of tinkering. Connectivity issues from time to time too. Not worth it. My phillips hue is way more practical and the novelty wears off fast
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thanks. will give it a try.
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Thanks OP, ordered 2. I love my nanoleaf, the gimmick of the rhythm module wears off for sure, but the panels themselves are bright and are perfect for my poorly lit living room as every day lights. Its just an added bonus that I can light them up for the holidays accordingly... or random dance parties, although those have been lacking for the last 18months for some reason...
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giju wrote: I had way too much nanoleaf at one point. Sold it all off. Sweet concept but didn't really use much and engender I did it required a lot of tinkering. Connectivity issues from time to time too. Not worth it. My phillips hue is way more practical and the novelty wears off fast
Too much is subjective. You mean cover your wall like this?
I have about 90 panels from squares to triangles in different rooms. I use these as lamps or accent lighting daily. Google also auto turns on/off knowing when I'm home. I also schedule them to turn on before my wakeup alarm.

Thanks OP. At this price point, I'm going place them in various rooms, instead of one remote for all rooms.
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Thanks OP I was finally able to put up my 13 nanoleaf canvas lights a couple weeks ago in my home office, this will add some fun to swapping scenes during my day while I work.
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Aw man sold out. Would totally give this a try for $17.50.
Don't use my panels too much, but they do act as functional lighting in my darker living room.
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jon604 wrote: Too much is subjective. You mean cover your wall like this?
I have about 90 panels from squares to triangles in different rooms. I use these as lamps or accent lighting daily. Google also auto turns on/off knowing when I'm home. I also schedule them to turn on before my wakeup alarm.

Thanks OP. At this price point, I'm going place them in various rooms, instead of one remote for all rooms.
Dang what a flex!
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jon604 wrote: Too much is subjective. You mean cover your wall like this?
I have about 90 panels from squares to triangles in different rooms. I use these as lamps or accent lighting daily. Google also auto turns on/off knowing when I'm home. I also schedule them to turn on before my wakeup alarm.

Thanks OP. At this price point, I'm going place them in various rooms, instead of one remote for all rooms.
At that price point? You spent 4k plus on that set up and then decided the remote was too pricey? Haha. Sweet set up but you are not a realistic example. The set up time on that alone is more then a full work day
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jon604 wrote: Too much is subjective. You mean cover your wall like this?
I have about 90 panels from squares to triangles in different rooms. I use these as lamps or accent lighting daily. Google also auto turns on/off knowing when I'm home. I also schedule them to turn on before my wakeup alarm.

Thanks OP. At this price point, I'm going place them in various rooms, instead of one remote for all rooms.
Is that all nanolead? I'm curious how much that cost. Are they all interconnected/sync'd somehow?
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WTF did I just watched in those videos....
From the BB video " this is more of a conversation piece than a remote" Another video has a room that looks like Austin Powers Shag Shack.
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SomeGuyNamedBob wrote: Is that all nanolead? I'm curious how much that cost. Are they all interconnected/sync'd somehow?
The photo isn't mine. That pic must have $15k worth of canvas panels. To put it in perspective, people pay more for hardwood floors. These nanoleaf are about $30 a square ft? Nice porcelain tiles are about $20 but these change colors. Lol

I have about 20 each in 5 rooms. Each side of the remote can program all the rooms but it's only within bluetooth range. So its nicer to leave one in each room. They do eat batteries when not in use. It's more of a conversation piece since it's much easier to use google voice command for the nanoleaf. But at this price, the remote is cheaper than 1 panel.
I did get the canvas squares and older triangles close to half price early this year since they got discontinued. It got replaced but the shapes and element lines.
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Intense setup!
jon604 wrote: Too much is subjective. You mean cover your wall like this?
I have about 90 panels from squares to triangles in different rooms. I use these as lamps or accent lighting daily. Google also auto turns on/off knowing when I'm home. I also schedule them to turn on before my wakeup alarm.

Thanks OP. At this price point, I'm going place them in various rooms, instead of one remote for all rooms.
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I had this remote but refunded at the end. Not useful (tbh I dunno how it works to control the light).. maybe it's just me. Good luck
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