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Google Home Max - Refurbished/Accessory (USB cable) Missing £219-£239 instore @ John Lewis & Partners
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Google Home Max - Refurbished/Accessory (USB cable) Missing £219-£239 instore @ John Lewis & Partners

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Posted 4th JunLocal
Popped into John Lewis Nottingham on lunch and saw three Google Home Max reduced to £219 (one - missing accessory - a USB Cable) and £239(two - opened box). Absolute bargain. Would have picked one up, but have already spent my monthly budget on tech.

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  • Awesome sound: Google Home Max gives you the power of Google and superb, high fidelity audio.
  • Keeps you informed and up to date: Instant news, weather, & commute updates without lifting a finger.
  • Start your smart home: Always improving with seamless connections to the latest compatible smart lights and thermostats.

Bring superb sound, the power of Google and the convenience of voice-interaction into the living room with the Google Home Max hands-free smart speaker. Powered by Google Assistant, you can ask it questions, and tell it to do things. With an array of high quality speakers it plays music with powerful, full frequency audio.

Made for Music
Google Home Max is built with advanced hardware for the ultimate in high-fidelity music with dual 4.5” woofers, and crystal-clear highs from two tweeters.

Smart Sound Inside
By applying the power of Google to audio, your music will sound amazing in any room. Google Home Max analyses, tunes and updates itself, automatically (Wi-Fi connection required).

Your Songs, Just Ask
Play music from apps like YouTube Music, Spotify and Deezer by streaming over Wi-Fi (some services may require subscription). Play, pause, skip, control the volume and more with just your voice.

"Hey Google, play some pop music"

Rock the Whole House
Play music everywhere by creating a multi-room group using Google Home Max along with Google Home, Google Home Mini or a speaker with Chromecast Audio built-in (sold separately).

A Speaker with Smarts
With Google Assistant built-in, you can control compatible smart home devices with your voice and do things like turn up the thermostat, turn lights on and off or check to see if the front door is locked (controlling certain devices and features requires compatible smart device(s). Plus, you can check traffic, get your daily schedule, the weather forecast, set reminders or even make phone calls*, all hands-free.
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Not voting, but cold from me. These were £200 new recently, personally holding out on them getting back down to that price again.
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Not voting, but cold from me. These were £200 new recently, personally holding out on them getting back down to that price again.
SteveEdson04/06/2019 13:32

Not voting, but cold from me. These were £200 new recently, personally …Not voting, but cold from me. These were £200 new recently, personally holding out on them getting back down to that price again.


Fab bit of kit, in fact, would go to say, the best connected bit of kit out there, got in on the £199 dropped ones, one of the best buys on here ever, if they were £199 all the time, Google would sell thousands more of them!

Nice spot @enjoycoca and very handy if someone wants save loads on the £299 price, or not wait until Black Friday for the reduction again!!
SteveEdson04/06/2019 13:32

Not voting, but cold from me. These were £200 new recently, personally …Not voting, but cold from me. These were £200 new recently, personally holding out on them getting back down to that price again.


Yes, but not £200 anymore. So as cheep as you'll find them.
Also, looks like you can grab a new one from John Lewis online and then get a £50 voucher. Might be a better option for some people perhaps.
I don't remember my Max coming with a USB cable?

It's a barrel-style plug for power if I remember right. Assuming I'm not completely wrong, that £219 one is a pretty decent buy if you don't want to wait.
I got 2 of these when they were £200. They have excellence sound in Stereo mode.
Although it changes the 2 mid speakers when it's a Stereo pair, so one does the hi's and Mid's and the other speaker does Bass in each Unit. This gives a much better sound from each Speaker in Stereo. The speaker on it's own sounds good but when paired they sound really good.
Literally been waiting over a month to find this sub 229 new. Hurry up google I move house on the 28th and want a nice speaker for move in day
I can't connect to the internet right now

Please check your wifi settings in the google home app

that's what it says when I want to do the simplest thing like ask for the time. Pretty dumb smart speaker - has absolutely no 'brains' of its own, even enough to answer basic questions. Very much a beta product

my google homes have been pulling this line on me every day now and I have to unplug them and replug them to reset. My wifi's fine.
Edited by: "robodan918" 4th Jun
Saw these Panasonic Google Assistant speakers on eBay the other day, not worth posting as it's own deal but i'll paste the link here
ebay.co.uk/itm…3A1

£49.99 each and can be set as a stereo pair (although there's only 2 left)
spruceyb04/06/2019 19:20

Saw these Panasonic Google Assistant speakers on eBay the other day, not …Saw these Panasonic Google Assistant speakers on eBay the other day, not worth posting as it's own deal but i'll paste the link herehttps://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Panasonic-SC-GA10EB-K-Wireless-Voice-Controlled-Speaker-Google-Assistant-Black/323806296964?_trkparms=aid%3D111001%26algo%3DREC.SEED%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D20160908105057%26meid%3D2d00e92a35694135989bc25f3b4d6126%26pid%3D100675%26rk%3D6%26rkt%3D15%26sd%3D173902301593%26itm%3D323806296964&_trksid=p2481888.c100675.m4236&_trkparms=pageci%3Ab05ead24-85ff-11e9-912c-74dbd1806c16%7Cparentrq%3A1d6e19e816b0ad79303352a4fff4285f%7Ciid%3A1#viTabs_0£49.99 each and can be set as a stereo pair (although there's only 2 left)


That's a cracking deal, direct from Panasonic too. Reviews were middling at launch but that was based on rrp. £50 is amazing. I've already got a house-full though so not for me!
creepyg04/06/2019 19:42

That's a cracking deal, direct from Panasonic too. Reviews were middling …That's a cracking deal, direct from Panasonic too. Reviews were middling at launch but that was based on rrp. £50 is amazing. I've already got a house-full though so not for me!


I'm an Echo person personally. Have 1 Home Mini for things like "find my phone". But was pretty tempted by one of these at £50 as the Panasonic All speakers were pretty nice.
creepyg04/06/2019 13:45

I don't remember my Max coming with a USB cable? It's a …I don't remember my Max coming with a USB cable? It's a barrel-style plug for power if I remember right. Assuming I'm not completely wrong, that £219 one is a pretty decent buy if you don't want to wait.


Yeah I didn't get one with mine either...
robodan91804/06/2019 16:08

I can't connect to the internet right nowPlease check your wifi settings …I can't connect to the internet right nowPlease check your wifi settings in the google home appthat's what it says when I want to do the simplest thing like ask for the time. Pretty dumb smart speaker - has absolutely no 'brains' of its own, even enough to answer basic questions. Very much a beta productmy google homes have been pulling this line on me every day now and I have to unplug them and replug them to reset. My wifi's fine.


Forgive me, but I would say that either your wifi or your internet is problematic here. I have half a dozen assorted Homes and Home Minis and none of them have done this in 6 months of usage, but I've put some effort into making sure that I have no blackspots on my wifi coverage and that it's properly setup. What access points are you using to connect them? Which wifi standard?
daern04/06/2019 21:59

Forgive me, but I would say that either your wifi or your internet is …Forgive me, but I would say that either your wifi or your internet is problematic here. I have half a dozen assorted Homes and Home Minis and none of them have done this in 6 months of usage, but I've put some effort into making sure that I have no blackspots on my wifi coverage and that it's properly setup. What access points are you using to connect them? Which wifi standard?


none of them did it until google pushed an update in feb that broke some functionality and it still hasn't fixed

this is a google issue

beta product 2 years in!
daern04/06/2019 21:59

Forgive me, but I would say that either your wifi or your internet is …Forgive me, but I would say that either your wifi or your internet is problematic here. I have half a dozen assorted Homes and Home Minis and none of them have done this in 6 months of usage, but I've put some effort into making sure that I have no blackspots on my wifi coverage and that it's properly setup. What access points are you using to connect them? Which wifi standard?


My 2 x Home and 3 x minis and Home Hub haven't had these issues either in nearly a year.
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