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A new LED lightbulb that is the most energy efficient on the planet. The NanoLight takes energy efficient lighting to the next level.
A new LED lightbulb that is the most energy efficient on the planet. The Nanoleaf One takes energy efficient lighting to the next level.
A new LED lightbulb that is the most energy efficient on the planet. The Nanoleaf One takes energy efficient lighting to the next level.
5,746 backers pledged $273,278 to help bring this project to life.

Feedback Survey Results Are In!

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Hi Backers, 

Thank you guys so much for participating in our Project Feedback Survey! The results provided us with a lot of insight on how to move forward from here, and we really are grateful that you've taken the time to provide us with this information. 

As promised, a winner was chosen at random for participating in our survey! Congratulations to Ryan Cook to being that lucky recipient of our 1800 lumen Deluxe Nanoleaf bulb! 

We have compiled some information into an infographic to give you guys an idea of the impact our Kickstarter backers have made! It's fantastic to see how much difference we can make together! Thanks again for your help and support, and keep living green! 

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Comments

    1. Creator makenova on June 3, 2014

      I still haven't received my nanoLight.

    2. Creator Gimmy Chu, Tom Rodinger, Christian Yan on May 9, 2014

      @xeoron: This current Nanoleaf bulb should work in all standard non-dimming light fixtures. If it isn't turning on, then it is likely a faulty bulb. Please go to www.support.nanoleaf.me to create a support ticket so that we can get you a replacement right away! Sorry about that.

    3. Creator xeoron on May 9, 2014

      I never got a survey email, so I will leave my comment here in the hopes you guys read it. I love the idea of the product, but does it only work in certain lights? I ask because I finally had a 60watt bulb die and I tried to replace it with the nanolight I had received and it would not turn on, I then tried some other lights with the same result of working. Did I receive a dud or does it only work in certain light sockets?