GOOGLE Home Mini Chalk 3 FOR £99 @ curry/pc world shop on ebay
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GOOGLE Home Mini Chalk 3 FOR £99 @ curry/pc world shop on ebay

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Found 28th Jan
Works out £33 each plus any nectar points. This is the best price around and includes free delivery.
Brand new item sold through Curry PC World shop on ebay.

Don't forget to check any nectar offers before making a purchase.
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I think in the not too distant future people are going to regret bugging every room in their house.
Why is chalk so expensive? I’m pretty sure you can get them 3 for 99p from 99p store. 🤪
88mph2 h, 23 m ago

I think in the not too distant future people are going to regret bugging …I think in the not too distant future people are going to regret bugging every room in their house.


LIFE HACK! This one neat trick will protect you from Big Brother!

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I agree 88mph. It's funny how if you want privacy these days you must be a terrorist.

Go back 30 years and nobody would have accepted Amazon making doors locks that open your front door to deliver parcel, tracking devices which we accept as ok and bugs in our homes. Look closely at patents over the last 5 years and you'll see just how much they are up to.

It's not tin foil hat brigade it's 1984 but for real.

Anyway. Good deal but no heat as cheaper else where like JL.
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They have been this price in Currys online and in-store since before Christmas, and looking now, still are.
Think John Lewis doing this too,
I'll let heat queens get on it
Edited by: "bothered" 28th Jan
£1 cheaper in John Lewis, still a good price for these if you need three.
I believe this price or a bit cheaper in Argos too. I picked three up last week, sold the two I didn’t need on eBay for £40+
Why is chalk so expensive? I’m pretty sure you can get them 3 for 99p from 99p store. 🤪
Is it currently in store I won a £50 voucher from here so could put it to good use.
EDIT I have been on the site the offer is showing there but its not applying
Double Edit it does right at the end but left my wallet at home lol
Edited by: "hopper_papa_roac" 29th Jan
OrganicFatGirl9 h, 12 m ago

Why is chalk so expensive? I’m pretty sure you can get them 3 for 99p from …Why is chalk so expensive? I’m pretty sure you can get them 3 for 99p from 99p store. 🤪


Well does your chalk talk back to you when you ask it questions? Mine does, the last time it happened and I tried to tell people how good it was I got to wear a nice white coat with no sleeves.
I think in the not too distant future people are going to regret bugging every room in their house.
88mph21 m ago

I think in the not too distant future people are going to regret bugging …I think in the not too distant future people are going to regret bugging every room in their house.


Yep. People are paying for botnets and then downplay how they've nothing to hide.
Nothing to hide from advertisers? Snooping companies who have no right? Dafuq
I agree 88mph. It's funny how if you want privacy these days you must be a terrorist.

Go back 30 years and nobody would have accepted Amazon making doors locks that open your front door to deliver parcel, tracking devices which we accept as ok and bugs in our homes. Look closely at patents over the last 5 years and you'll see just how much they are up to.

It's not tin foil hat brigade it's 1984 but for real.

Anyway. Good deal but no heat as cheaper else where like JL.
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Before you buy these ask yourself the same question I did. Do you really want to start speaking to yourself and hear other people speaking to themselves? It will drive you insane after a while.
Do these work without the main Google home unit?
88mph56 m ago

I think in the not too distant future people are going to regret bugging …I think in the not too distant future people are going to regret bugging every room in their house.


You mean bugging like mobile phones, smart TV's, and so on?
hadyanth6 m ago

Do these work without the main Google home unit?


Yes, they are standalone devices. Need electricity and wifi only.

The not mini google home unit has bigger speakers so if you see yourself playing music through these then perhaps opt for the bigger unit.
o71g55 m ago

I agree 88mph. It's funny how if you want privacy these days you must be a …I agree 88mph. It's funny how if you want privacy these days you must be a terrorist. Go back 30 years and nobody would have accepted Amazon making doors locks that open your front door to deliver parcel, tracking devices which we accept as ok and bugs in our homes. Look closely at patents over the last 5 years and you'll see just how much they are up to. It's not tin foil hat brigade it's 1984 but for real. Anyway. Good deal but no heat as cheaper else where like JL.


The irony is how many companies are running around like headless chickens trying to understand the 83 pages of legislation that is GDPR and trying to implement that before the end of May whilst people merrily sign away their privacy at the level of words and family communication. I don't really give a 5h1t about what you may or may not do with my email address or even a bit of browsing history quite frankly, but the EU thinks it's so vital that they want to be able to fine a company up to 4% of turnover or 20m Euros whichever is the greater.

Madness.
hadyanth22 m ago

You mean bugging like mobile phones, smart TV's, and so on?


Or cctv or travelcards or pretty much your entire life movements around the UK.....
Just because we know it's happening doesn't mean we shouldn't try and make others aware or that it's ok. Mentioning GDPR is an interesting take on it and I advise customers daily on the new legislations. As I've lived in strongly government controlled countries I can tell you that the future is not good if this is allowed to continue. When your opinion can get you jail time. Either way this is off topic but certainly one id like to continue somewhere on here.

Power to the people ( now I'm showing my age lol)
o71g4 m ago

Just because we know it's happening doesn't mean we shouldn't try and make …Just because we know it's happening doesn't mean we shouldn't try and make others aware or that it's ok. Mentioning GDPR is an interesting take on it and I advise customers daily on the new legislations. As I've lived in strongly government controlled countries I can tell you that the future is not good if this is allowed to continue. When your opinion can get you jail time. Either way this is off topic but certainly one id like to continue somewhere on here. Power to the people ( now I'm showing my age lol)


Your written English strikes me as mother tongue (albeit with a liberal approach to the use of capitals and apostrophes) rather than someone from an ex Soviet republic or other 'regime'?

And yes, Citizen Smith quotes definitely age you!
o71g1 h, 33 m ago

I agree 88mph. It's funny how if you want privacy these days you must be a …I agree 88mph. It's funny how if you want privacy these days you must be a terrorist. Go back 30 years and nobody would have accepted Amazon making doors locks that open your front door to deliver parcel, tracking devices which we accept as ok and bugs in our homes. Look closely at patents over the last 5 years and you'll see just how much they are up to. It's not tin foil hat brigade it's 1984 but for real. Anyway. Good deal but no heat as cheaper else where like JL.


Should you not have sent this via carrier pigeon?
hadyanth1 h, 8 m ago

Do these work without the main Google home unit?


Yes, this can work on its own. It is same as its big brother but with just a smaller speaker output
88mph2 h, 23 m ago

I think in the not too distant future people are going to regret bugging …I think in the not too distant future people are going to regret bugging every room in their house.


LIFE HACK! This one neat trick will protect you from Big Brother!

33158541-aaZ6z.jpg
o71g2 h, 42 m ago

I agree 88mph. It's funny how if you want privacy these days you must be a …I agree 88mph. It's funny how if you want privacy these days you must be a terrorist. Go back 30 years and nobody would have accepted Amazon making doors locks that open your front door to deliver parcel, tracking devices which we accept as ok and bugs in our homes. Look closely at patents over the last 5 years and you'll see just how much they are up to. It's not tin foil hat brigade it's 1984 but for real. Anyway. Good deal but no heat as cheaper else where like JL.


Google is skynet.....

People have said for years that I'm mad, terminator is coming, maybe not the time travel, but the robots taking over.
Then none of this will matter, because we will have bigger things to worry about.
88mph3 h, 18 m ago

I think in the not too distant future people are going to regret bugging …I think in the not too distant future people are going to regret bugging every room in their house.


You do that just by having a mobile phone
hopper_papa_roac7 h, 3 m ago

Is it currently in store I won a £50 voucher from here so could put it to …Is it currently in store I won a £50 voucher from here so could put it to good use. EDIT I have been on the site the offer is showing there but its not applyingDouble Edit it does right at the end but left my wallet at home lol


Am waiting for the 3rd edit..
What's the sound quality like of these, in terms of playing music on? Bit tinny?
88mph7 h, 32 m ago

I think in the not too distant future people are going to regret bugging …I think in the not too distant future people are going to regret bugging every room in their house.



At least with Echo/Alexa, when you've turned off the microphone, you can use a remote control to use it - that's if you believe that you've really turned off the microphone After turning on the audible tone that indicates that Google Home is listening (via accessibility settings I think), it was alarming how many times it started listening when there was complete silence, definitely no trigger phrase used. It could, of course, just be a problem with my unit but how many people turn the audible tone on? ... goes off to don tin foil hat.
barbiegirl8 h, 11 m ago

Or cctv or travelcards or pretty much your entire life movements around …Or cctv or travelcards or pretty much your entire life movements around the UK.....


Exactly. Mobile phones have everything. If you have an android, then it also tracks your movements already. Don't see this as any different.

Plus credit cards, store cards, twitter, Facebook, etc...
The mini is great, especially with music. It's loud enough for a large living room for easy listening, not parties.
tcotpatpwtcot16 h, 8 m ago

Am waiting for the 3rd edit..


Its been a rollercoaster lol I got my wallet ordered them and they shall be delivered shortly only paid 49 due to the 50 voucher I won from here so I am happy again.
sihaworth29th Jan

What's the sound quality like of these, in terms of playing music on? Bit …What's the sound quality like of these, in terms of playing music on? Bit tinny?


I was impressed. I have 2 of these and 2 regular homes, there isn't that much difference in sound for the price drop it's well worth it.
I got 2 of these to then find out Alexa is better for me as it has Harmony skills so rather than saying "alexa, tell harmony to turn on my tv" you would say "alexa turn on tv"
Great deal, but no longer currently available.
barbiegirl29th Jan

Your written English strikes me as mother tongue (albeit with a liberal …Your written English strikes me as mother tongue (albeit with a liberal approach to the use of capitals and apostrophes) rather than someone from an ex Soviet republic or other 'regime'?And yes, Citizen Smith quotes definitely age you!


Interesting how you think Soviet countries are top of the list. The countries I've lived in have nothing to do with where I was born either.
Neither has it anything to do with my poor ability to construct a sentence.
Edited by: "o71g" 10th Mar
RAFAVDV29th Jan

Should you not have sent this via carrier pigeon?


Why? Because I use technology that is also used to monitor anyone that uses it?

That wasn't always the case. At least not to extent it is today.
o71g14 h, 1 m ago

Interesting how you think Soviet countries are top of the list. The …Interesting how you think Soviet countries are top of the list. The countries I've lived in have nothing to do with where I was born either.Neither has it anything to do with my poor ability to construct a sentence.


For someone who stated they wanted to continue the conversation, this is perhaps overly enigmatic and not conducive to further discourse.
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