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Save big on Nanoleaf Shapes and Lines gear for Black Friday

Switch on with these illuminating discounts on Nanoleaf panels and accessories

Nanoleaf Shapes Black Friday deals

From multi-colour bulbs to modular panels, Nanoleaf makes some of our favourite smart lights. And if you’re keen for an illuminating upgrade, Black Friday could be the perfect time to find one: Nanoleaf is offering double discounts across its range of connected lighting solutions as part of its Black Friday sale.

The most appealing savings apply to Nanoleaf’s Ultra Black Hexagon and Triangle kits. These square tiles can be arranged in any pattern you like, either horizontally or diagonally. Once slotted together and fitted in situ, they can react to touch and music, match what’s on your screen, or render dynamic lighting scenes using your choice of 16 million colours. They also work with a wide range of protocols for full smart home integration.

You can bag a 9-panel starter kit for $132/£108, bringing the price down from $220/£180.

Nanoleaf Lines Black Friday deals

Or if you’re a fan of linear outlines, try Nanoleaf’s Lines – a trellis-like framework that is just as modular as the rest of Nanoleaf’s line-up. But instead of glowing outwards, it illuminates the wall behind for full-colour ambience in all sorts of shapes. The 9-line Starter Kit is reduced to $120/£135 from $200/£180 for Black Friday.

Prefer to start smaller? Nanoleaf has also cut the cost of the seven-piece Elements Hexagon Starter Kit reduced from $250 to $180 in the US and from £200 to £150 in the UK.

Nanoleaf has actually reduced most of its Shapes gear. Like the Elements collection, the panels link together flexibly, for a vibrant setup that suits your room – whether you’re complementing the telly or augmenting the mood in your gaming den.

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