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Kit Amazon echo & Google home mini power packs £5 POUNDLAND
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Kit Amazon echo & Google home mini power packs £5 POUNDLAND

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Posted 27th SepAvailable: National
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Let's you use your echo or google mini anywhere without a plug socket think its 2nd gen echo's only
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JustinGabriel27/09/2019 15:12

No obviously you will have to charge the power bank first good idea for …No obviously you will have to charge the power bank first good idea for taking echo into back garden etc


Alexa mow my lawn.
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wanted the one for the google, folkestone store has the alexa ones but not the google
Good find, OP. Hopefully, it's a good enough powerbank attachment...
So you dont need to use the plug?
If so that's great
Misslovely27/09/2019 14:34

So you dont need to use the plug? If so that's great


No obviously you will have to charge the power bank first good idea for taking echo into back garden etc
JustinGabriel27/09/2019 15:12

No obviously you will have to charge the power bank first good idea for …No obviously you will have to charge the power bank first good idea for taking echo into back garden etc


That's what I mean.
JustinGabriel27/09/2019 15:12

No obviously you will have to charge the power bank first good idea for …No obviously you will have to charge the power bank first good idea for taking echo into back garden etc


Alexa mow my lawn.
What mAh? Anyone used a battery with them know how long they last? Bit silly really unless you want it in the garden.
reckoning27/09/2019 15:27

What mAh? Anyone used a battery with them know how long they last? Bit …What mAh? Anyone used a battery with them know how long they last? Bit silly really unless you want it in the garden.


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This is a good find, I did not even know these exist. Voted hot, I need to check at my local. Anyone has a link for this specific item, I can see some for £30-40, but not willing to pay this much, want to read the specs and compatibility, thanks.
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sheffield78827/09/2019 15:40

This is a good find, I did not even know these exist. Voted hot, I need to …This is a good find, I did not even know these exist. Voted hot, I need to check at my local. Anyone has a link for these to read the specs and compatibility, thanks.


Try eBay
JustinGabriel27/09/2019 15:43

https://www.kitaccessories.co.uk/product/amazon-echo-2nd-gen-power-pack


Thanks, came across these, but was not sure is the same one, pictures seem to be similar, great find, hope I will find one in my local.
I bet some people see the picture in the shop window and think that they are getting a smart speaker for £5!
Edited by: "Haircut_100" 27th Sep
Clifton moor, York only has the Amazon versions in today
Are they any good though?
Damn, I paid £17 for this exact Google Home Mini version about 5 months ago. It's great, lasts ages and you can leave it sat in the battery pack plugged into the mains for normal use, then unplug it to take it outside etc. without interrupting playback.
Haircut_10027/09/2019 16:30

I bet some people see the picture in the shop window and think that they …I bet some people see the picture in the shop window and think that they are getting a smart speaker for £5!


I reckon you are right!
Work with any power bank , preferably the 2.1amp port unless you like random reboots. Used mine outside with no prob
I got one today in Runcorn Poundkand. Works fantastic
Haircut_10027/09/2019 16:30

I bet some people see the picture in the shop window and think that they …I bet some people see the picture in the shop window and think that they are getting a smart speaker for £5!


Alexa, Alexa, ALEXA!!
Anyone managed to find the Google ones yet? Seen a few people saying their local only had the Amazon echo one.
Wondering if it's worth a trip..
I went to 3 stores 2 had only the Google Mini ones and 1 store had only the Amazon ones, They also have replacement Amazon Echo covers for £5.

One store had not put them out yet and they were in a cardboard box above the phone covers section.

Great deal and both types work perfectly. I just got a free Google mini so £5 for a portable smart speaker system is pretty good.

I use it for listening to the Word of Promise App which works on both Alexa and Google.

Thanks OP!
No stock in Sevenoaks or Orpington.
Darius29/09/2019 15:10

I went to 3 stores 2 had only the Google Mini ones and 1 store had only …I went to 3 stores 2 had only the Google Mini ones and 1 store had only the Amazon ones, They also have replacement Amazon Echo covers for £5.One store had not put them out yet and they were in a cardboard box above the phone covers section.Great deal and both types work perfectly. I just got a free Google mini so £5 for a portable smart speaker system is pretty good.I use it for listening to the Word of Promise App which works on both Alexa and Google.Thanks OP!


Probably nowhere near me, but may I ask which stores had the Google ones?

I'm on the hunt for two, gave in and checked Gloucester and Tewkesbury today - both has neither Amazon or Google!
Swift_gti29/09/2019 16:17

Probably nowhere near me, but may I ask which stores had the Google …Probably nowhere near me, but may I ask which stores had the Google ones?I'm on the hunt for two, gave in and checked Gloucester and Tewkesbury today - both has neither Amazon or Google!



They were in Belfast, Northern Ireland - So definitely out of the way for you!
The Staff in York store said they're part of the Xmas promotion, if that's any help? Lol
These are also a great source of lithium polymer batteries. Already I have bought 2 and used them to make a power bank with. 10000mah for £5 is a very good deal
Found two in Southampton. Got one to play with as it’ll protect the device anyway but I always wanted to get radio in the bathroom - right now I’m using a phone with a UE Wonderboom and for some reason the iPlayer Radio app is utter s***. The BBC haven’t worked out the concept of ‘buffering’ yet... now I can just move the Echo in there. Wouldn’t have paid £20 but £5 is a bit of a bargain. Nice find OP.

One thing that isn’t clear is if you plug it in as normal does it act like a normal Echo until you go to move and unplig it?
Edited by: "plewis00" 30th Sep
Absolute bargain found this morning at Poundland. I looked for one of these around 3 months ago but found them too expensive so gave up but this morning noticed it by chance stocked near the entrance to self service queue near the other electronics for £5.

I've just picked it up so cant say if it performs however it looks sturdy and of a decent quality.


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just been told they are the item of the week from this friday 4 oct
I have used both the echo and the google one and they both work perfectly and when left plugged in they work as normal while also charging the battery. The only difficulty is that they turn off when you unplug the wire and then you turn them on at the button and they then restart and work in wireless mode. Very useful item at an amazing price!
aazizi01/10/2019 08:07

Absolute bargain found this morning at Poundland. I looked for one of …Absolute bargain found this morning at Poundland. I looked for one of these around 3 months ago but found them too expensive so gave up but this morning noticed it by chance stocked near the entrance to self service queue near the other electronics for £5.I've just picked it up so cant say if it performs however it looks sturdy and of a decent quality.[Image] [Image] [Image]


Yes I'm happy with it. The quality of the fabric isn't as nice as the real one but it looks the part and Kit is a good brand. I know when you unplug it it'll power off as you need to start the battery up but that's a small price to pay for portability and voice commands in the bathroom.

Southampton Shirley Poundland have the one for the Echo Dot 2nd gen in stock and quite a few - why is this good? 2nd gen runs off micro USB and the pack has an 8000mAh battery so this makes a cheap, quite large power bank for those DIYers!
Edited by: "plewis00" 2nd Oct
TECHNO_TRANSISTOR30/09/2019 19:30

These are also a great source of lithium polymer batteries. Already I have …These are also a great source of lithium polymer batteries. Already I have bought 2 and used them to make a power bank with. 10000mah for £5 is a very good deal


Hey. You’ll like this even more then! Just got the Echo Dot 2nd gen version and took it home - it’s actually got a USB port built in! So it’s a power bank out of the box - albeit only 8000mAh.

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plewis0002/10/2019 14:33

Hey. You’ll like this even more then! Just got the Echo Dot 2nd gen v …Hey. You’ll like this even more then! Just got the Echo Dot 2nd gen version and took it home - it’s actually got a USB port built in! So it’s a power bank out of the box - albeit only 8000mAh.[Image]


Where do they sell them ones? Poundland
Anyone found them for full size echo?
Got 2 Google Home Mini ones from one of the 2 Poundlands in the Stratford centre in London. They had maybe 5 or 6 left hanging behind the tills 🙃
mattr04/10/2019 18:20

Anyone found them for full size echo?



Found them in Swan Centre Birmingham store. Coventry large centre also had some google minis and Cov Central six had echo dot ones.
mattr04/10/2019 18:20

Anyone found them for full size echo?


Yes, Southampton main city centre had two left and I bought one. If they're selling as well as they seem to be I imagine they'll restock soon.

Used mine in the bathroom yesterday, exactly what I wanted to do and less hassle than that useless BBC Radio app which doesn't buffer properly.
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