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Posted 22nd Sep

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Had my eye on these for a while & certainly the cheapest I've seen them. Reviews are mixed but cheaper than Nanoleaf.
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Nanoleaf usually this price on black Friday if you can wait a couple of months and imo looks nicer
Where is this company from? Manufacturing from China most likely.
hotdealseeker22/09/2019 20:52

Where is this company from? Manufacturing from China most likely.


Who isn’t manufacturing from China?
hotdealseeker22/09/2019 20:52

Where is this company from? Manufacturing from China most likely.


Ikr those smartphones made in china are cheap rubbish...
iwilliams5422/09/2019 21:19

Ikr those smartphones made in china are cheap rubbish...


Which the Samsung ones?
And the iPhones?
paulus22/09/2019 21:38

And the iPhones?


Good point, those are expensive rubbish
We are thinking of this to brighten some workspace in our kitchen, but the reviews on Amazon are very mixed. Anyone with first hand knowlw9?
iwilliams5422/09/2019 21:19

Ikr those smartphones made in china are cheap rubbish...


Which phones are not manufactured in China that you prefer?
Edited by: "SomebodE" 23rd Sep
SomebodE23/09/2019 10:11

Which phones are not manufactured in China that you prefer?


I think my point has gone over some people's head....
sampain23/09/2019 07:17

We are thinking of this to brighten some workspace in our kitchen, but the …We are thinking of this to brighten some workspace in our kitchen, but the reviews on Amazon are very mixed. Anyone with first hand knowlw9?


C3PO would be the most likely.
Edited by: "Make.Amazon.Great.Again" 23rd Sep
iwilliams5423/09/2019 10:36

I think my point has gone over some people's head....


Perhaps it was a little too subtle
i have both nanoleaf and lifx. I think Lifx is no way near as good. The item feels much cheaper, looks cheaper and the app is clunky and crashes and resets and the light programmes often fail in my experience. Nanoleaf is very reliable and there seem to be far more people supporting the app and developing themes and displays and content for the panels.
Edited by: "martin.hughes" 24th Sep
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