Amazon Echo Heather Grey for £65.98 C & C using code and purchasing 2x sim cards at Tesco Direct
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Amazon Echo Heather Grey for £65.98 C & C using code and purchasing 2x sim cards at Tesco Direct

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Found 10th FebEdited by:"olipeace"
Using code TDX-KYJF and purchase 2 qualfying 99p sim cards to reach £75 threshold for £10 - free click and collect or £3 delivery

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Been holding out for one for my husband for his bday in April. Just ordered. Thanks so much for the heads up. Although, I’ll have two SIM cards I don’t need, lol
Thanks for posting. Just ordered. Used loads of my clubcard vouchers aswell so ended up paying £13 for it 🔥
i did it with printer paper, bit more but at least will use the paper.
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Me too (2 for £5)
Edited by: "olipeace" 10th Feb
olipeace34 m ago

Me too (2 for £5)


Good call, me to, heat added and thanks
Brilliant find thank you, hubbys birthday soon
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Heather Grey still available .......... just ordered at 17.10 ........ great deal
Let's be honest, smart home is great for the disabled and elderly. It's got no place for the able bodied. Smart home is a disability aid. It's got so much potential to help those in need. Sadly those needy people are unlikely to be benefit from these super life enhancing aids. Do the able bodied really need to mettle to talk to. Why can't they just stand up and turn on the light for themselves?
Smart Home is a con a great creation that could really improve the lives of the disabled.
Unfortunately it' seems destined for those who seem determined to acquire more debt and sole aim in life is to make sure they keep one st ahead of mr and Mrs Jones.
P,ease take a step back and see this toy for what it is. And be thankful that you are able to turn on the light for yourself. One day you may not be able to do so . Then and only then may reality actually sink in. By that time it will be too late to go back. Be thankful for what you've got. If you want to do something useful then try helping those in need who actually may benefit from smart home technology. Or is helping other people just too difficult or scary to contemplate. Try it some time and tell the joneses. I'll guarantee they haven't tried or got the pleasure it gives.
mark62265 m ago

Let's be honest, smart home is great for the disabled and elderly. It's …Let's be honest, smart home is great for the disabled and elderly. It's got no place for the able bodied. Smart home is a disability aid. It's got so much potential to help those in need. Sadly those needy people are unlikely to be benefit from these super life enhancing aids. Do the able bodied really need to mettle to talk to. Why can't they just stand up and turn on the light for themselves?Smart Home is a con a great creation that could really improve the lives of the disabled. Unfortunately it' seems destined for those who seem determined to acquire more debt and sole aim in life is to make sure they keep one st ahead of mr and Mrs Jones. P,ease take a step back and see this toy for what it is. And be thankful that you are able to turn on the light for yourself. One day you may not be able to do so . Then and only then may reality actually sink in. By that time it will be too late to go back. Be thankful for what you've got. If you want to do something useful then try helping those in need who actually may benefit from smart home technology. Or is helping other people just too difficult or scary to contemplate. Try it some time and tell the joneses. I'll guarantee they haven't tried or got the pleasure it gives.


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Got to assume you are trolling - but just in case - Alternatively the "able bodied" adopting this because we want to adopt "super life enhancing aids" will actively reduce cost over time and make it ubiquitous. Having been in the place where my legs and right hand side of my body were paralysed and eventually recovered most of my mobility I appreciate "stuff" that makes life easier.
So for me reality has sunk in and you deal with it. Cheers Mark6226

mark62262 h, 50 m ago

Let's be honest, smart home is great for the disabled and elderly. It's …Let's be honest, smart home is great for the disabled and elderly. It's got no place for the able bodied. Smart home is a disability aid. It's got so much potential to help those in need. Sadly those needy people are unlikely to be benefit from these super life enhancing aids. Do the able bodied really need to mettle to talk to. Why can't they just stand up and turn on the light for themselves?Smart Home is a con a great creation that could really improve the lives of the disabled. Unfortunately it' seems destined for those who seem determined to acquire more debt and sole aim in life is to make sure they keep one st ahead of mr and Mrs Jones. P,ease take a step back and see this toy for what it is. And be thankful that you are able to turn on the light for yourself. One day you may not be able to do so . Then and only then may reality actually sink in. By that time it will be too late to go back. Be thankful for what you've got. If you want to do something useful then try helping those in need who actually may benefit from smart home technology. Or is helping other people just too difficult or scary to contemplate. Try it some time and tell the joneses. I'll guarantee they haven't tried or got the pleasure it gives.

mark62263 h, 24 m ago

Let's be honest, smart home is great for the disabled and elderly. It's …Let's be honest, smart home is great for the disabled and elderly. It's got no place for the able bodied. Smart home is a disability aid. It's got so much potential to help those in need. Sadly those needy people are unlikely to be benefit from these super life enhancing aids. Do the able bodied really need to mettle to talk to. Why can't they just stand up and turn on the light for themselves?Smart Home is a con a great creation that could really improve the lives of the disabled. Unfortunately it' seems destined for those who seem determined to acquire more debt and sole aim in life is to make sure they keep one st ahead of mr and Mrs Jones. P,ease take a step back and see this toy for what it is. And be thankful that you are able to turn on the light for yourself. One day you may not be able to do so . Then and only then may reality actually sink in. By that time it will be too late to go back. Be thankful for what you've got. If you want to do something useful then try helping those in need who actually may benefit from smart home technology. Or is helping other people just too difficult or scary to contemplate. Try it some time and tell the joneses. I'll guarantee they haven't tried or got the pleasure it gives.


To be honest I agree with Mark... I have netatmo heating system which I can control on my phone which is great if I go on holiday or a weekend break and need to control it.. It works on alexa but I'm in the house so what's the point I would just get up.. Alexa is amazing as a music source though.. I love to be able to say what music I want etc. I also use my show as a photo media player.
mark622611 h, 26 m ago

Let's be honest, smart home is great for the disabled and elderly. It's …Let's be honest, smart home is great for the disabled and elderly. It's got no place for the able bodied. Smart home is a disability aid. It's got so much potential to help those in need. Sadly those needy people are unlikely to be benefit from these super life enhancing aids. Do the able bodied really need to mettle to talk to. Why can't they just stand up and turn on the light for themselves?Smart Home is a con a great creation that could really improve the lives of the disabled. Unfortunately it' seems destined for those who seem determined to acquire more debt and sole aim in life is to make sure they keep one st ahead of mr and Mrs Jones. P,ease take a step back and see this toy for what it is. And be thankful that you are able to turn on the light for yourself. One day you may not be able to do so . Then and only then may reality actually sink in. By that time it will be too late to go back. Be thankful for what you've got. If you want to do something useful then try helping those in need who actually may benefit from smart home technology. Or is helping other people just too difficult or scary to contemplate. Try it some time and tell the joneses. I'll guarantee they haven't tried or got the pleasure it gives.


Bet your life of the party, get a grip
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You can change the wake-word from “Alexa” to “computer”. Nuff said.
Excellent deal, thank you.
Stick around
TwoJs2 h, 24 m ago

Bet your life of the party, get a grip


IIt's brilliant to play music and play " question of the day" that's all I use it for really.
mark622613 h, 52 m ago

Let's be honest, smart home is great for the disabled and elderly. It's …Let's be honest, smart home is great for the disabled and elderly. It's got no place for the able bodied. Smart home is a disability aid. It's got so much potential to help those in need. Sadly those needy people are unlikely to be benefit from these super life enhancing aids. Do the able bodied really need to mettle to talk to. Why can't they just stand up and turn on the light for themselves?Smart Home is a con a great creation that could really improve the lives of the disabled. Unfortunately it' seems destined for those who seem determined to acquire more debt and sole aim in life is to make sure they keep one st ahead of mr and Mrs Jones. P,ease take a step back and see this toy for what it is. And be thankful that you are able to turn on the light for yourself. One day you may not be able to do so . Then and only then may reality actually sink in. By that time it will be too late to go back. Be thankful for what you've got. If you want to do something useful then try helping those in need who actually may benefit from smart home technology. Or is helping other people just too difficult or scary to contemplate. Try it some time and tell the joneses. I'll guarantee they haven't tried or got the pleasure it gives.


I have long thought the same thing, that it has tremendous value in helping the disabled. I have imagined how it might have helped my father when he was alive and how it might help my ageing relatives, and even me eventually.

Luckily, mass consumption has brought smart automation within the realms of us to use for disability or normal lifestyles, whereas it was once only available to the privileged few.

You are right that we should not use it to become physically lazy. Research has shown that too long sitting in a chair will shorten our lives.

I love this smart technology. Beyond the initial excitement, I find it great for learning (asking it for facts, word of the day, to read my Audible book whilst I am working on something, etc.). It also provides security and efficient economy of energy use by switching things on or off whilst away.

You are right that we should prioritise the use of our money and health. I love the Mr Money Mustache website for getting people to think beyond being consumer-orientated and find out how to build a great life without financial problems.

The astute consumers use this website to save money on what they need. Others will remain financially poor by using it to buy what they want, to gain a short term consumer 'high', instead of saving and investing for the future, which feels rather boring at the beginning. I've learnt a lot from Mr Money Mustache and similar blogs.
olipeace3 h, 17 m ago

You can change the wake-word from “Alexa” to “computer”. Nuff said.


Can it be changed to HAL?
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I’m sorry Dave, I’m afraid I can’t do that
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