ON ALL ITEMS
They are a premium product and definitely worth the money. Not so bright that it hurts, but can light a room, intuitive and fun to use.
Cautions: When setting up, watch all the material, and have a play with them. Once anchored to the wall, they can be taken off the anchor, but unless there is at least one hex next to them it can be difficult to put them back on.
Also, remember that this is a piece of tech. If you randomly pull bits off and swap around, you may have to restart it (thanks to my housemate for this tip). This is not a problem with the shapes, just the user.
Compliments: The touch controls are brilliant. The fade in response to touch ease of movements were an unexpected joy to find.
All in all these are great. Be careful, as the colour isn’t 100% the same everywhere on the panel, but it’s negligible. Well worth the purchase, and gives me confidence in the company.
These lights can really make a room. We fitted them in our small, boxy spare room which we've had to turn into a home office over quarrantine, and they really add another element that makes a dark gloomy room feel as open and alive as a garden. I love the different community made programs for the set, and how they very quickly worked out their orientation. Relatively easy set-up and looks fantatistic both lit and unlit.
I've been following the journey of Nanoleaf since the beginning, when I first heard about these responsive modular LEDs that had the potential to change the way we see light in our homes. Watching them evolve, both in shapes and functionality has been a joy and when the hexagons were launched I knew the time was right. I'm stoked with them now they're up on the wall. My kids love the interactive element and the range of hues and varied intensity levels means there's a different setting for each of us. Be it flat light for my wife's knitting, vibrant flashing colours for my kids dance performances or more subtle tones for a reflective drink at the end of the day, there's something for everyone.