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Add Some Color To Your Walls With These Discounted Nanoleaf Kits


A Nanoleaf starter kit can really brighten up a space by adding loads of color to your walls, and this Best Buy deal on Nanoleaf products lets you add some color for cheaper than usual.

For those unaware, Nanoleaf makes a series of different smart lightning panels that can change colors. The entire setup is app-controlled, and they come in a few different fun shapes. Best Buy in fact is discounting starter kits for the triangles shapes, the hexagon shapes, and the mini triangles. It even has some of the expansion packs for those shapes on sale too. So you can add more to your wall than just what’s in each kit.

For the gamers, Nanoleaf syncs with Razer Chroma RGB. So if you want a more exciting and immersive gaming experience, some Nanoleaf smart lighting panels on your wall will do the trick. And if you stream your gameplay, then it makes for a cool aesthetic for your viewers.

Each Nanoleaf Shapes starter kit deal is on sale for $169, down from the original price of $199. And expansion packs are on sale for as low as $54.99. The starter kits also come with 7 panels, while expansion packs come with 3 and up to 10 depending on the one you buy.

Since these are modular, you can add more to the setup and interlink all of them together. They’re also touch reactive. Which is a neat party trick for your stream or if you have friends over. Best of all, there’s no hub required like there is for Philips Hue products (which are still awesome by the way). So you can just plug them in and connect them to your Wi-Fi network directly.

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Setup is easy, the design is interchangeable, and it adds cool effects to whatever room you put them in. These are all Black Friday Deals, so expect these prices to disappear soon.

Nanoleaf Shapes Starter Kit – Best Buy

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