This mini color sensor is perfect for your upcoming spring home projects


With spring just around the corner, you may be gearing up for a home refresh, including undertaking a big paint job. The right paint color has the powerful ability to transform an entire space, taking it from drab and dull to incredibly vibrant and pleasant. Of course, there’s no exact science to picking the best paint color considering how it’s entirely subjective, but it can be challenging to find the specific color you want, especially if you’ve gotten inspiration from somewhere beyond the color cards of your local home improvement store.

If you found the color you want from a magazine, or say, the wall of your favorite cafe, the Nix Mini 2 Color Sensor can help you identify the exact hue with just a single scan. Ideal for artists, hobbyists, and DIY-ers, this device can quickly pinpoint whatever color you’re eyeing, significantly helping your project. You can get it on sale for 15 percent off for a limited time.

Lightweight and completely portable, the Nix Mini instantly matches scans to more than 100,000 brand-name paint colors or to sRGB HEX, CMYK, and LAB colors. It can also browse color matches from leading paint brands like Benjamin Moore, Dulux, Farrow & Ball, and Sherwin Williams. Simply scan any surface, like painted walls, vinyl, leather, plastic, fabric, and dyes, and it will block out all ambient light and provide its own calibrated light source, resulting in accurate readings. It basically functions like Photoshop’s eyedropper tool, except it works in real life.

With the accompanying app, you can save and organize your favorite color palettes, as well as share colors with friends, family, colleagues, and customers via social media or email. Per Mashable, “the Nix Mini Color Sensor could be an awesome tool to feed your innate perfectionism.”

This handy color sensor usually retails for $99, but you can grab it on sale for $83.95 for a limited time.


Nix Mini Color Sensor V2 – $83.95

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