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Google Home £49 / Google Home Mini £19 / Google Nest Hub £59 / Nest Mini £29 / Google Home Max £199 /Nest Hello Doorbell £149 @ Google Store
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Google Home £49 / Google Home Mini £19 / Google Nest Hub £59 / Nest Mini £29 / Google Home Max £199 /Nest Hello Doorbell £149 @ Google Store

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Posted 18th Nov

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

From Friday you will be able to get some cheap prices on various Google products at their store. These include getting the Google Nest Hub for £59 and the new Google Nest Mini for £29. The offers are showing (e.g save £60 on the Google Nest Hub) on the Google Store under "Early Black Friday deals", although the prices will not change until Friday.

Additionally you will also be available to save £50 on the Nest Protect 3-pack and £40 on the Nest Cam Outdoor (there was no room in the OP for these). There are a few more offers too on various other smart products

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ACIDFORUMS18/11/2019 15:04

Alexa or G-home? Whats your experiences? Trying to move small things to a …Alexa or G-home? Whats your experiences? Trying to move small things to a smart home, switches, bulbs etcWas thinking of buying an Alexa home to add as I have two dots but is the Google lot better?I've integrated Alexa with Spotify too


That's actually quite a big and personal question to answer. The truth is you need to think ahead a bit with what you need and decide from there. I tried to keep things generic for a while and invest in agnostic products like Philips Hue to see if there was going to be a winner. I have the original Echo and Google home, and decided to wait it out a bit until recently, and I've decided to go with Google now.

Here are the main differences:

Audio stuff: Amazon. Generally I think Amazon stuff is better. I am a prime customer so this opens up a lot more music from the get go without having to get another subscription. However both work with Spotify if you want to remain in the middle. I think their low end speakers the dots/minis are pretty much the same in terms of quality, although I prefer the look of the Amazon dots. Also Amazon have an alarm clock version of the dot which is lovely looking.
Voice assistant: Google. It's just smarter and gives better answers, if you ask something not obvious, it will read out 'results from the web'. Google of course have been organising the web for decades now, wheres Alexa doesn't really know. This is not just basic searches and generic questions, but things like when does the post office close? Google will assume you mean the one closest to your house and tell you. Alexa won't give you the answer. Also with an Android phone Google is there, Alexa isn't. Same with in car assistants (Android Auto).
Doorbells: Google. Ring owned by Amazon have more experience here, and probably should win because you are going to get more deliveries at your door from Amazon than Google. They also have battery options if you can't figure out how to drill a hole and feed a wire through your door frame. With that in mind, Google make one doorbell, and it smashes all the Ring cameras in terms of quality and a killer feature: Facial recognition. This comes form Google's AI developed across their phones. So Amazon are going to have a hard time matching that level of data.
Video assistants: Google. The new products, Amazon show or Google home hubs. Generally equal, although Google owning youtube gives a massive advantage here. For a while the Amazon stuff didn't work with youtube, making them virtually pointless, however they now do. The main thing here that put me off, is the Amazon ones have constant text at the bottom saying what Alexa can do. This looks really annoying, and was one of the kickers for me to decide on Google over Amazon, despite being a relatively small thing. Also Google AI kicks in here. Facial recognition on the max hub means if you walk up to it, it will show you your calendar, and things you want. If your partner walks up to it, it will show them their calendar and preferred layout. Also worth noting here you likely use Google as a calendar. Amazon don't really have a calendar app. They do a shopping list though.
Outside Security: Amazon. Although the nest IQ cameras are probably the best, they are way more expensive. I really like the Ring spotlight too, integrating floodlights with a camera is great, Google doesn't have a competitive product to this yet.
Alarms: Equal. Ring and nest have alarms out now. I think the nest one isn't out in the UK yet. Both are quite bad looking things with keypads, etc. Not enough to sway me either way.
TV: Amazon. Amazon have great TV offerings. They can also display your ring front door thing on it when someone rings it. Prime members get a lot out of it. Google in comparison just has paid for movies (same as Apple/Rakuten). But they do also own youtube, which is where a lot of people get their information and entertainment from too.
Other stuff: Google. Nest protect smoke alarms and thermostats integrate well and offer more. Ring doesn't offer a competitor to them. I don't think ring will do a thermostat, it's competitive now, and it's not really what they are about (they are more about security, whereas nest is more about the whole home). However I can foresee Ring doing a smoke alarm in the future. It makes sense in their lineup and falls under security. It would be nice if the nest smoke alarms doubled as a doorbell chime as you fit them on all floors, but they seemed to miss that trick.

Hope that helps anyway. On the balance of things above I've decided to put my eggs in Googles basket. But I'm still keeping my Amazon echo for music. Apple stuff is in a distant third place. They aren't going to be making outdoor cameras and doorbells anytime soon, and are way behind in voice assistance too, although their one speaker offering is good, it's expensive.
Edited by: "rob85" 18th Nov
Glad I flogged my free Home Mini for £25 a couple of weeks ago.
19 quid for the original home mini seems pretty good
Someone's getting some 🔥 from me

You might want to see this and edit the post to showcase the other deals. Source: Official Google Store website
Edited by: "andrewworrall1" 18th Nov
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Someone's getting some 🔥 from me

You might want to see this and edit the post to showcase the other deals. Source: Official Google Store website
Edited by: "andrewworrall1" 18th Nov
Impeccable timing. Was just on eBay looking at the nest hello as you posted...and I got an alert. Thanks
Ps some of these are available now....store.google.com/gb/…ers
Edited by: "trickytree1984" 18th Nov
Have been waiting for a price drop on the Nest Hub for a while now....will definitely be buying one. Has anyone on here got one and are they worth a purchase? TIA
dang good prices

I bought the home hub for 67 just 3 months ago and thought it was a fantastic deal... now the nest hub is only 59. I know they're actually the same device
Nest hub or echo show 5??
Edited by: "sterling88" 18th Nov
Glad I flogged my free Home Mini for £25 a couple of weeks ago.
Nest WiFi was only launched less than a month ago and will see a £40 price cut.
Lets hope it’s more reliable than my troublesome Google WiFi.
19 quid for the original home mini seems pretty good
andrewworrall118/11/2019 12:52

Someone's getting some 🔥 from meYou might want to see this and edit the …Someone's getting some 🔥 from meYou might want to see this and edit the post to showcase the other deals. Source: Official Google Store website


Thankyou and the post has now been edited Almost missed all of the deals at the bottom (Google Home etc...!)
Yeah I'll be picking a Nest Hub up on Friday.
trickytree198418/11/2019 12:58

Ps some of these are available …Ps some of these are available now....https://store.google.com/gb/collection/offers


Watch out, as the Mini currently on offer is the first gen rather than the second.
davidwj18/11/2019 13:15

Watch out, as the Mini currently on offer is the first gen rather than the …Watch out, as the Mini currently on offer is the first gen rather than the second.


And isn't the upcoming offer price of £19 for the old version.
davidwj18/11/2019 13:15

Watch out, as the Mini currently on offer is the first gen rather than the …Watch out, as the Mini currently on offer is the first gen rather than the second.


Well spotted. I have a few anyways. Won't be upgrading for a hole and slightly better sound
Do the Google Nest Thermostat E for £150 and the Google Pixel Slate (with keyboard) for £450 seem like good deals?
trickytree198418/11/2019 12:56

Impeccable timing. Was just on eBay looking at the nest hello as you …Impeccable timing. Was just on eBay looking at the nest hello as you posted...and I got an alert. Thanks


It’s brilliant but Wi-Fi setup was a bit of pain until I got a bit whole home mesh extender 3 pack. Put a dish near it and so much better, the Wi-Fi in it is very weak.
Just be aware that there is extra work and possible wiring necessary for the Nest Hello, depending on how you want to set it up.

If you want it connected to the doorbell you need to get a transformer. There are videos online on how to set it up.

The quickest way for us was to buy a single unit adapter from amazon and connect that up to the mains. We use our phone or Home Mini as the door bell
how do these compare with amazons version, is it like a brower where you can play music and view videos?
Looking to get one for my kid for xmas if any good.
Dose anyone know if this can connect via personal hotspot on mobile phones?? I know the min can’t TIA
In previous years, have other retailers ended up matching these deals?

Might be worth grabbing some from John Lewis for the extra warranty or Argos for cash back/nectar points etc
royals18/11/2019 13:52

It’s brilliant but Wi-Fi setup was a bit of pain until I got a bit whole h …It’s brilliant but Wi-Fi setup was a bit of pain until I got a bit whole home mesh extender 3 pack. Put a dish near it and so much better, the Wi-Fi in it is very weak.


I've got 3x Google WiFi so no issues there 😁
silentplayer18/11/2019 13:52

Just be aware that there is extra work and possible wiring necessary for …Just be aware that there is extra work and possible wiring necessary for the Nest Hello, depending on how you want to set it up.If you want it connected to the doorbell you need to get a transformer. There are videos online on how to set it up. The quickest way for us was to buy a single unit adapter from amazon and connect that up to the mains. We use our phone or Home Mini as the door bell


Not always. Checked and my house (new build) needs no changes. Just fit doorbell and chime will work
rankmore18/11/2019 13:59

Dose anyone know if this can connect via personal hotspot on mobile …Dose anyone know if this can connect via personal hotspot on mobile phones?? I know the min can’t TIA


English?
Also worth noting that when these deals are live you can go get price match a certain retailers including Curry's PC World.
My house has no chime so will have to buy the adapter. Issue is wiring it to the upvc door frame!
Bargainhunter19918/11/2019 14:03

In previous years, have other retailers ended up matching these …In previous years, have other retailers ended up matching these deals?Might be worth grabbing some from John Lewis for the extra warranty or Argos for cash back/nectar points etc


JL will likely
Any of Google's smart products have a Hue bridge built in?
Edited by: "Vanderlust" 18th Nov
Good timing as I was contemplating getting the Lenovo alarm clock but will grab one of these since they offer Google voice recognition.
LOL_is_stupid18/11/2019 13:06

Nest WiFi was only launched less than a month ago and will see a £40 price …Nest WiFi was only launched less than a month ago and will see a £40 price cut.Lets hope it’s more reliable than my troublesome Google WiFi.


I've got the new version and no issues so far. Gutted it will be discounted a bit, but hoping they also discount the 'points' so that I can replace from 'minis' with them to fully mesh my house.
What better google home assistant or nest hub?
i have 2 x google nest hubs, and a lenovo google smart clock,and only a one bedroom flat,im def changing my name to saddo,but love them all.
I'm probably being a complete div (highly likely), but I can't see where/how to get the Home Mini for £19
Vanderlust18/11/2019 14:18

Any of Google's smart products have a Hue bridge built in?


I'm afraid not.
Thanks for this, I need 2 x Nest Thermostats, a nest hub max, a nest hub and 3 nest minis - perfect timing.
What's a nest mini do? It looks like a home mini.. I'm confused
Excellent, was hoping to pay £179 for Nest Hello, as they go for £150ish second hand on eBay. So £149 new from Google is enough for me to consider something else too.

Expected more off the Home Hub Max though. It's £219, and down to £199. The Hello was £229 down to £149 in comparison...

I might just wait for a next generation Hub Max, as I think the large border will date quickly.
Edited by: "rob85" 18th Nov
MiskonceptioN18/11/2019 14:42

I'm probably being a complete div (highly likely), but I can't see …I'm probably being a complete div (highly likely), but I can't see where/how to get the Home Mini for £19


Scroll all the way down the offers page and it says 30 off old home mini
jumpinoffthbed18/11/2019 14:49

What's a nest mini do? It looks like a home mini.. I'm confused


Re-branded with a hole in the back and better speakers
MiskonceptioN18/11/2019 14:42

I'm probably being a complete div (highly likely), but I can't see …I'm probably being a complete div (highly likely), but I can't see where/how to get the Home Mini for £19


I think OP meant from Friday.
MiskonceptioN18/11/2019 14:42

I'm afraid not.



Ah shame. So many bloody things to plug in or charge these days. Think it's time companies started consolidating a lot of tech.
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