Amazon Echo Black/White £114.99 delivered with code  Currys (update £114 Tesco Direct)
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Amazon Echo Black/White £114.99 delivered with code Currys (update £114 Tesco Direct)

£114.99Currys Deals
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Found 24th May 2017
Price drop on the Amazon Echo white/black across multiple retailers saving £35, here are the deals.

Currys: Amazon Echo Black or White £114.99 with code SMARTHOME10. Includes free next day delivery.

currys.co.uk/gbu…tml

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**Edit: 25th May code no longer working but other options below including £114 at Tesco Direct with code**



Argos: Amazon Echo Black or White £124.99 plus also get a £10 Argos voucher (credit msmyth). Site is currently updating in terms of price, free click and collect.

argos.co.uk/pro…ack


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John Lewis: Amazon Echo Black or White £124.95 plus 2 year guarantee, free delivery

johnlewis.com/ama…ack


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Update Tesco Direct: Amazon Echo Black or White £114 with code TDX-KYMX

tesco.com/dir…925

tesco.com/dir…643





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Nice find OP.. Heat addd

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But purchased google home from your previous deal
Edited by: "vassy4u" 24th May 2017
Vouchercodes offer £10 M&S voucher for £100+ spend in Currys.

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​lol you must really have an axe to grind with Alexa. You pop up with this same comment on every thread. Mine works beautifully with a house full of very noisy children and animals.
scott_w_1981

Awful bits of kit I had and took back if you have a noisy house eg kids … Awful bits of kit I had and took back if you have a noisy house eg kids running about the unit struggles to pick up your voice making the whole idea of it pointless you have been warned!



​Sounds like an awful house, not sure why you would blame Alexa for that?
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Awful bits of kit I had and took back if you have a noisy house eg kids running about the unit struggles to pick up your voice making the whole idea of it pointless you have been warned!
making some adjustments to web site be back soon, thank OP will try again later

Edited by: "LZ932" 24th May 2017
Excellent bit of kit and my noisy grandchildren absolutely love it.
Nice find OP.. Heat addd

http://i67.tinypic.com/10dxdn9.jpg

But purchased google home from your previous deal
Edited by: "vassy4u" 24th May 2017
Vouchercodes offer £10 M&S voucher for £100+ spend in Currys.

http://i67.tinypic.com/2m3iutf.jpg
​lol you must really have an axe to grind with Alexa. You pop up with this same comment on every thread. Mine works beautifully with a house full of very noisy children and animals.
scott_w_19816 h, 42 m ago

Awful bits of kit I had and took back if you have a noisy house eg kids …Awful bits of kit I had and took back if you have a noisy house eg kids running about the unit struggles to pick up your voice making the whole idea of it pointless you have been warned!


Yes your right a house full of noisy kids does make it hard to control.
In saying that that it makes it hard to think or for anyone to hear me. Should I return the kids to get back to normality? Either that or recognise there is no perfect solution for every occasion.

We have a Dot in the kitchen. Handy for getting lights on while working with messy food covered hands or getting some tunes on.
scott_w_1981

Awful bits of kit I had and took back if you have a noisy house eg kids … Awful bits of kit I had and took back if you have a noisy house eg kids running about the unit struggles to pick up your voice making the whole idea of it pointless you have been warned!



​Sounds like an awful house, not sure why you would blame Alexa for that?
Great price for the echo...

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...cheers chichi, cheers chichi X)
Good to see the price is finally coming down. Still think the ideal price should be £99.99 and the Echo Dot £35.00
0dd8a11

Sounds like an awful house, not sure why you would blame Alexa for that?


Idiot clearly someone with no life or kids!!
Thanks chanchi...chanchi...chanchi...
scott_w_1981

Idiot clearly someone with no life or kids!!



I have a life and 2 very young kids, we have no problem using Alexa. Perhaps the problem is elsewhere X)
Mada06

I have a life and 2 very young kids, we have no problem using Alexa. … I have a life and 2 very young kids, we have no problem using Alexa. Perhaps the problem is elsewhere X)



​I have a life and one child, no noisy house with kids running around. I also don't have a house filled with "computer games" , "knives" and "dressing gowns" !
To be fair mine struggles to hear Alexa probably around 20% of the time, and I have a quiet house with no kids running around.

pretty dissapointing unfortunately.
My main echo unit works great. It's only the dots that are temperamental. Good price OP.
who is still using this expensive gimmick one year since purchase. please raise your hand
Anyone having trouble with the code on the currys website?
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Fantastic price. I absolutely love mine. Fortunately, Alexa doesn't listen to my kids. I'm not sure if it's the chav acccent, the pre-school speech or if she just chooses to ignore them, but she works as intended for me
Can you hear me, Can You Hear Me X)
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Thanks to OP & vassy1 for the extra gift voucher
MISS.DIVA

Good to see the price is finally coming down. Still think the ideal price … Good to see the price is finally coming down. Still think the ideal price should be £99.99 and the Echo Dot £35.00



Seems like a ok deal for me at 99.99 if they add the ability to use it for just bluetooth
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The only issue I had is that if you have the sound on it so loud it struggles to hear you shouting Alexa at it.
So to combat that I got the remote which is handy for the volume adjusting alone and then you can say the command quietly into the remote rather than shouting across the room.
TREVOR!!!
trickytree

The only issue I had is that if you have the sound on it so loud it … The only issue I had is that if you have the sound on it so loud it struggles to hear you shouting Alexa at it.So to combat that I got the remote which is handy for the volume adjusting alone and then you can say the command quietly into the remote rather than shouting across the room.



​does this not contradict the whole point of a device like The Echo? Needing a remote controller for the remote controller duh!
Google home much better , after the Bluetooth support coming
skipperjonce

lol you must really have an axe to grind with Alexa. You pop up with this … lol you must really have an axe to grind with Alexa. You pop up with this same comment on every thread. Mine works beautifully with a house full of very noisy children and animals.



Yes their beam-forming mic technology is very, very good.

However, for a bit more of a challenge, I built one out of a Raspberry Pi and it works perfectly (though of course the USB mic I got for a fiver online is nowhere near as sensitive).

Certainly a good price for what this offers and in comparison with prices elsewhere, though I feel it will be down to the £75 mark within the next few months as the early adopters peter out.

Heated.
I put mine in corner of kitchen but found it struggled moved out of the corner but still on the same worktop and it has been pretty spot on 90% struggles with some artists names and tunein doesn't always work.

Luckily I got mine at pre order price so will keeping hold of it unless they announce a newer version.
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bally123454 m ago

I put mine in corner of kitchen but found it struggled moved out of the …I put mine in corner of kitchen but found it struggled moved out of the corner but still on the same worktop and it has been pretty spot on 90% struggles with some artists names and tunein doesn't always work. Luckily I got mine at pre order price so will keeping hold of it unless they announce a newer version.



The new version has been announced. The Amazon Echo Show. They're taking pre-orders in the US for it
Tabintab

does this not contradict the whole point of a device like The Echo? … does this not contradict the whole point of a device like The Echo? Needing a remote controller for the remote controller duh!



I know what you mean but it's only used when playing music loud. Also allows me to control the volume from elsewhere so I can hear the kids have turned it up louder than they should do in the lounge but as it's Bluetooth I can override that from the kitchen.
Doesn't stop the times you are in the lounge just asking any question or setting timer etc.
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scott_w_1981

Awful bits of kit I had and took back if you have a noisy house eg kids … Awful bits of kit I had and took back if you have a noisy house eg kids running about the unit struggles to pick up your voice making the whole idea of it pointless you have been warned!



So it's the kits fault your house is noisy?? oO
Serious question...
Has anyone figured out a good use for these yet or are we just wanting them for novelty value?

I'm not above novelty but I really can't figure out why I might want one.
It's a great bit of kit. I recommend adding the 'Ask Google' skill to force it to use Google rather than the rather limited Bing search engine - very liberating and improves the experience massively.
Syst3mzero

Serious question... Has anyone figured out a good use for these yet or … Serious question... Has anyone figured out a good use for these yet or are we just wanting them for novelty value?I'm not above novelty but I really can't figure out why I might want one.



I replaced my Sonos Play 1 with 2 of these. The sound quality isn't as good but for my kitchen and listening to music on a sleep timer in the bedroom while going to bed it's absolutely ideal.

In the kitchen I use the timer and play music. You can also create shopping lists. I've tried to connect it to my Nest without success but that could also be useful.
Can't really see the use. Would rather save the £100 and turn the lights on myself and use one of the million other devices in my house that plays music.
Do you want to save the NSA/MI5 time and money?
Do you want to save them the hassle of legally (or illegally), placing a bug in your home?
Are you happy to wave goodbye to freedom of speech in your home?

Then go ahead and buy one.
fo_sho_yo

Can't really see the use. Would rather save the £100 and turn the lights … Can't really see the use. Would rather save the £100 and turn the lights on myself and use one of the million other devices in my house that plays music.



You should probably not buy one then.

Does anyone know if the smarthome10 code can be applied in store? I've reserved one for collection but you pay instore.
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