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Nanoleaf Canvas Smarter Kit (4 Panels) $119 (40% off, Was $199) + Delivery ($0 C&C) @ JB Hi-Fi


40% off Nanoleaf Canvas Smarter Kit (4 Panels)

Nanoleaf Modular Light Squares snap together like LEGO pieces
Wi-Fi control, no hub or bridge needed
Built-in music visualiser (Rhythm Mode) and touch games
Thousands of scenes right out the box and downloadable in the app
Voice Control works with Siri, Amazon Alexa & Google Assistant

9 Panel kit also on sale at the moment: $279 (From $349) -

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  • To each their own but this isn't worth it. If you want to spend couple hundred on lighting, get a Hue setup going instead.

    • That looks amazing. No lag either.

      • +2

        The HDMI box is $500 on its own, not worth

    • I have Hue across the whole house with play and strip around/under the TV.
      This is completely different though. I have a long hallway with one large empty wall. Setting up the nano canvas there with lights to match the lounge where the hallway leads to would be a great setup. I might pick one up from this special.

    • Depends on the effect you want to have. I have these arranged in a large pattern between the speakers of my music station and it looks better than the Hue lighting I have in the living room.

    • These are not the same as hue. These are almost like an art piece and hue are light bulbs and strips.

  • You can also play touch games with it. That would double up as entertainment for the kids (and some adults).

    Touch Games
    Play classic games like Whack-A-Mole and Memory right on your Canvas layout. Download in the ‘Discover’ tab to tap and compete with friends.

  • Surely JB should describe this as a starter kit rather than smarter kit. Smarter makes no sense.

  • 9 Panel kit also on sale at the moment: $279

    Not sure why anyone would buy this. Starter ("smarter") kit + 4 tile extension is $214. $26 per tile compared to $31, if you want to put it that way.

    Mind you I'm not sure why anyone would buy this at all. It looks like a great and fun idea in general, but I can't think of anywhere I'd put it, except for maybe in a kids or game room, where it wouldn't quickly look naff.

    • youtuber background.

      but seriously it may be a nice idea but it would take a lot of these to look like a half decent setup.

      • +1

        Most of the interesting looking ideas from their website have 20 or 30 panels, which is getting towards a grand for a decent setup. If I wanted to spend that much on decorative lights I'd buy Hue gradient lightstrips….. :D

  • Beware that Nanoleaf's new product range is called "Shapes", and you can't connect the Canvas squares to the Shapes panels.

    I have the original Nanoleaf Rhythm set and the 9-pack of these shapes and like them (got both for under $200 each), but if I were buying today, I'd wait for a special on the Shapes line, for future expansion flexibility. There are several different shapes that can interconnect.

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