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Topic # 225584 25-Nov-2017 06:59
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Odd "lamp" for sale at MightyApe



https://www.mightyape.co.nz/sales/13251/black-friday-cyber-monday-sale-event/home-living

$272

"Nanoleaf Aurora Smarter Kit"

"Modular Smart Lighting Panels"

"Introducing the Nanoleaf Aurora, an all-new smart lighting product designed to help you light up your life your way.

The Aurora’s modular light panels can bathe you in as many colours as there are people in New York City. They can also recreate the perfect white light for your needs – sunrise, rainy day, brilliant daylight, or anything in between. Create unique shapes and designs with the modular panels, and select your own colour palettes to set the mood and create ambiance inside.

Nanoleaf Aurora's high-tech enables you to control the panels by using voice (iOS / Siri), the 'Nanoleaf Smarter Series' App, or the included physical controller* (only comes with Smarter Kit). Schedule custom alarms and time triggers to fully automate your lighting experience. Combine up to 30 panels for the ultimate experience."

I don't have one. I'm not associated with MightyApe.


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  Reply # 1907452 25-Nov-2017 07:00
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ive seen these elsewhere aswell. the fact there is a power cord coming off it puts me off.


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  Reply # 1907485 25-Nov-2017 09:01
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I have one and love it - works with Alexa and IFTTT.  Good range of colours - hardest part is coming up with a pattern and resisting the temptation to buy extensions!


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1907506 25-Nov-2017 10:05
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Which one should you get? Aurora Nanoleaf vs Philips Hue - Smart Home Lighting Comparison


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