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my dlink Smart Home HD starter Kit NOW £50.00 instore @ SAINSBURY'S WORKS with Alexa (amazon echo)

£50.00 @ Sainsbury's
I saw picked it up in East Dulwich branch Reduced to clear looks like its NATIONWIDE. amazon selling for £123.99 curry's selling for £119.99 Maplins selling for £139.99 This clever little s…
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I saw picked it up in East Dulwich branch Reduced to clear looks like its NATIONWIDE.

amazon selling for £123.99
curry's selling for £119.99
Maplins selling for £139.99

This clever little starter kit gives you the ability to set, control, monitor and automate your home from anywhere. The Smart Home HD Starter Kit includes a Smart Plug (DSP-W215), a Wi-Fi Motion Sensor (DCH-S150) and a Monitor HD (DCS-935L).

These devices talk to each other and with the mydlink Home smartphone and tablet app you can decide what it is you would like them to do. This is clever stuff implemented to make your life easier and safer with added peace of mind. It is smart home technology at its most futuristic.

Easy To Set Up

Simply download the mydlink Home app and the step by step setup wizard will help you set up all the devices in the kit

Your mydlink Home

mydlink Home allows you to start with this convenient starter kit and add more when you want to. The unique mydlink Home App for iOS and Android smartphone and tablet puts you in control of all your mydlink Home smart devices. You can even setup automation rules to make your home smarter.
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Please note that the American FTC has recently filed a complaint against D-Link for poor security in their wifi routers and other devices. The last big cyber attack on major websites was largely helped by devices like these. D-Link are not the only culprits by far and it is widely recognised amongst security experts that these IoT devices are at best poorly secured and at worst wide open to attack.I have a small home network but personally I wouldn't let any of these devices anywhere near me.

Edited By: Enet on Jan 20, 2017 15:15
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cracking price
#4
I think I saw this for £70 odd in my local Sainsburys last month but I decided against it at the time... £50 is an awesome price. They only had 1 in stock though so no point me rushing there for nothing.
#5
£35 in Sainsburys Ashton
#6
sffs
£35 in Sainsburys Ashton


Was there any left in Ashton please??
#7
Lol none in Grimsby. Never had any. Depends of store
#8
addyfisher
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£35 in Sainsburys Ashton


Was there any left in Ashton please??


​There was one - I didn't end up buying it but didn't put it back where it was meant to be (think I left it near the speakers etc in the electrical section)
#9
bought 2 in my local Sainsburys... great deal thankyou!
#10
Got one today along with a 360 pan/tilt camer reduced too...

Works with IFTTT too, HOWEVER.. the camera's seem not be integrated with IFTTT for some reason which is strange as there's a camera channel on IFTTTT but not for these cams!
9 Likes #11
Wow bargain!! What is it?
1 Like #12
What's the point?
#13
I doubt where I live they could crack a walnut let alone a wifi network
#14
Non in bishops stortford. They had them but none left on the shelf (gutted)
#15
None in Leeds centre although they stock minimal electricals
#16
Got last one from didcot store. They also one ptz camera left on shelf.

Edited By: Sun on Jan 21, 2017 11:14: more info
#17
Sick as a parrot.
#18
Two in Sainsbury's Reading Calcot - by electronics pay desk and headphones.

I have my own home automation which I keep internal and away from these cloud services, as tempting as it was to get!

Edited By: maui on Jan 21, 2017 12:56: Update
#19
Found one in Sainsbury's Penzance. Wasn't on display, as stock had been moved into back room. Chap on mobile phone department went and looked for me. Worth asking in other stores.
#20
Thanks op. Picked up the last one in Hanley. :)
1 Like #21
One left hedge end Hampshire about an hour ago
#22
Picked last one up in leamington. None at rugby
#23
Struggling to find any in the North East :( none in Stockton, Darlington, Middlesbrough or Whitby
#24
Two left in the Cheltenham store. They also had the mydlink 360 Home Monitor down from £87 to £43.
#25
leshark84
Two left in the Cheltenham store. They also had the mydlink 360 Home Monitor down from £87 to £43.


I'd have took a 360 too damn it
#26
so those that have one how have you got on with it? I like mine... still going through best process and setting up real time recording. Managed to setup and update all device no problems. Plugs work great with Amazon echo.

Undecided if I need the alarm box element for audible noise..

Actually got 2 kits but only deployed one for now.

would like to use the camera outdoor from a sheltered location, but not sure how.
#27
Enet
Please note that the American FTC has recently filed a complaint against D-Link for poor security in their wifi routers and other devices. The last big cyber attack on major websites was largely helped by devices like these. D-Link are not the only culprits by far and it is widely recognised amongst security experts that these IoT devices are at best poorly secured and at worst wide open to attack.I have a small home network but personally I wouldn't let any of these devices anywhere near me.

Well that's your problem then. You seem to profess knowing a little about network security, if you knew enough you'd know how easy it is to protect your own network. It's not D-Link's responsibility to protect your network for you!
#28
SunTzu
Enet
Please note that the American FTC has recently filed a complaint against D-Link for poor security in their wifi routers and other devices. The last big cyber attack on major websites was largely helped by devices like these. D-Link are not the only culprits by far and it is widely recognised amongst security experts that these IoT devices are at best poorly secured and at worst wide open to attack.I have a small home network but personally I wouldn't let any of these devices anywhere near me.

Well that's your problem then. You seem to profess knowing a little about network security, if you knew enough you'd know how easy it is to protect your own network. It's not D-Link's responsibility to protect your network for you!


​On further reflection it occurs to me that maybe you simply don't understand the issue. This isn't about users not knowing about firewalls, antivirus and intrusion detection issues. This isn't even about Microsoft or Google getting slapped down for issues that were based in complicated code interactions causing "sometimes" unknowable consequences.
This is about manufacturers negligence in offering the basic security measures required for use in today's hostile Internet environment.
It's like having a fancy car with simple locks and no car alarm.
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benclothier
One left hedge end Hampshire about an hour ago
That lasted well - managed to buy it today :)

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