Do people really believe that nanoleaf bulbs are better than Hue? I mainly have Hue lights in my house, but I added two nanoleaf wire bulbs in a room to consider switching to Hue. The only light bulbs that never seem to work are the nanowires ... half the price of Hue is nice, but what's the point of saying "no answer" 75% of the time? I would also say that the brightness of the colored nanolophone bulb is less than half as bright as Hue. You get what you pay for, I think.
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