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NANOLEAF Canvas Smarter Kit - 9 Pack $198.90, LIFX Tile Kit $208.90, LIFX Beam Kit $163.90 Delivered @ Amazon AU

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Amazon got some decent deals today on smart lighting including Philips Hue, LIFX and Nanoleaf. These ones stood out to me as a decent price especially the LIFX version down from $399 to $208.90 (but less panels in that one) and something a bit different from usual light bulbs.

Also combine with Echo Dot ($45) and save an additional 10% off your Echo Dot. Promotion Link

As always don't forget Shopback / Cashrewards to light up your savings power.

NANOLEAF Canvas Smarter Kit - 9 PackLight Panels $198.90

  • The Light Squares react to your touch, personalize touch commands in the Nanoleaf App.
  • Works out of the box, but personalize your experience with the optional Nanoleaf App.
  • Activate Rhythm Mode and watch your Light Squares react to sound.
  • Automate your Light Squares by programming schedules using the Nanoleaf App.
  • Works with Apple Siri, Google Assistant, and Amazon Alexa.

LIFX Tile Kit $208.90

  • Easy set up. Tiles fit together or apart wherever you like in your home decor. Included command strips allow you to place them exactly where you want.
  • Built in Wi-Fi & LIFX cloud. Offers full Lighting control via Wi-Fi and cloud through our LIFX iOS, Android and windows 10 apps. Access your tiles from anywhere, anytime via the cloud.
  • Adjustable and dimmable. Connected Lighting and scenes for your space, time of day, and mood. Choose from 16 million colors with flexibility to dim.
  • Place anywhere. LIFX tiles can be customized in any layout to ensure the best fit for your home.
  • Custom zones. Let your imagination run wild with 64 individually Addressable colorful mixed soft zones in every tile. Create patterns, images and custom waveforms to express your creativity.

LIFX Beam Kit $163.90

  • Easy set up. Beams click together end to end. Included command strips allow you to place them exactly where you want. Simply download the app, connect to Wi-Fi and you're ready to go.
  • Built in Wi-Fi & LIFX cloud. Offers full Lighting control via Wi-Fi and cloud through our LIFX iOS, Android and windows 10 apps. Access your beams from anywhere, anytime via the cloud.
  • Adjustable and dimmable. Connected Lighting and scenes for your space, time of day, and mood. Choose from 16 million colors with flexibility to dim.
  • Fit to length. LIFX beams can be customized in any layout to ensure the best fit for your home.
  • Custom zones. Let your imagination run wild with individually Addressable colorful mixed zones. Create patterns and custom waveforms to express your creativity.

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    Serious question, what do people use this for?

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      Feature lighting

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      I've got the traingular Aurora's and use them as our main evening light set to mostly orange and white mix, sets a great relaxed mood lighting in the lounge and looks great as a feature too, if friends come round with some music then I'll set them to rhythm mode.

      I love em!

      They were on sale at JB hifi a month or 2 ago for the same price.

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    I've been wanting to pick up a set of this style of lights, but not sure which to get.

    the LIFX look much better with multiple lights within one panel, but seem to have issues disconnecting, and the animations only seem to run if you leave the app running on your device? Also not able to expand with extra panels.

    The Nanoleafs don't look as nice, but don't seem to have disconnection issues that I've been able to find, and have recently been updated to homekit buttons (will this have any use as an android user?) they also have expand-ability.

    based on looks alone (which it 99% the reason for buying these kits) the LIFX ones look better, but have more reliability issues, Nanoleafs dont look as good, but dont seem to have many reliability issues..

    Any one have either or both systems and can provide any further input?

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      Put it this way, you probably won’t care which you get unless they’re side by side or constantly causing problems. So unless you need to 1-up a friend with the Nanoleaf probably better to skip the LIFX save a few headaches.

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    I got both the lifx tiles and beam via this post (second set of mine of each) thanks OP! yes I can see that some people have connection issues with these lights but I've been relatively trouble free and I think a good router has helped issues but in terms of BEAUTIFUL they make the aurora lights look cheap ;)