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NEST Protect 2nd Gen Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm + Two Google Home Minis £99 Delivered / Battery Version £109 @ Currys - SEE OP
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NEST Protect 2nd Gen Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm + Two Google Home Minis £99 Delivered / Battery Version £109 @ Currys - SEE OP

£99£139.7729%Currys PC World Deals
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Posted 5th Jun
Fantastic price for either the wired or battery 2nd gen alarm and two Home Minis. The offer is "Free Google Home Mini when you buy any Nest product over £99" This bundle is included in that offer, As you can see in the image below 3 items are showing there

Works on wired and battery versions of the Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm

Hard Wired Version HERE at £99
Battery Version HEREat £109

More bundles for this promo - HERE
See below for an offer on the Nest Outdoor cam with 2 Home Minis at £179 too



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The latest incarnation of smart alarms, the hard-wired Nest Protect Second Generation Wireless Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm is a convenient and non-intrusive way to keep your home safe.

  • A speedy response can be a life or death matter, which is why the Nest Protect is the first smoke alarm that detects all types of fire.

  • It does this by analysing two different wavelengths of light, so you'll be alerted to both slow burning and fast burning fires.

  • The Heads-Up early warning function tells you early on when the presence of smoke is detected, or if carbon monoxide levels are rising.

  • The unit lights up yellow and speaks with a human voice to keep you informed.

  • You'll even get a message on your smartphone or tablet if the smoke or carbon monoxide alarm is triggered, so you can keep tabs on your home and react to situations quickly and efficiently.



NEST Cam Outdoor Smart Security Camera & Home Mini Bundle + another Google Home Mini £179

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  • Monitor your home from your smartphone or tablet
  • Receive notifications when sound or movement is detected
  • Records in Full HD 1080p
  • Compatible with iOS / Android

Keep an eye on your property day and night with the Nest Cam Outdoor Smart Security Camera. It allows for remote monitoring on a smartphone, tablet or PC so you can feel secure even when you're away.

Weatherproof and suitable for DIY installation, you can mount it to an outside wall to overlook entrances and key areas around your home. Connect it to the mains and forget about batteries running out.

Subscribe to Nest Aware (sold separately) for continuous 24/7 recording and up to 30 days of footage stored safely in the cloud.

It's hard to watch your camera feed all the time, so Nest Cam sends alerts to your phone or email address when it picks up movement or unexpected sounds like crashes and breakages.
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Alexa, is this a good deal?
Just been to the store, Curry's are NOT honoring this "deal" they claim it is a pricing error, the central customer services are saying the same thing. Don't waste your time with these jokers!
shinds05/06/2019 14:19

This is odd - I heard that Google and NEST are no longer in bed together? …This is odd - I heard that Google and NEST are no longer in bed together? :(https://www.theverge.com/2019/5/9/18537331/google-nest-cancellation-assistant-smart-home-integration-report


Google owns Nest and is using the Nest brand on their smarthome devices but they are breaking the "Works with Nest" scheme and replacing with "Works with Google" which will mean fewer services are compatible. The worst for me is IFTTT.
boyband05/06/2019 15:51

I have two nests (up/down stairs), and had one in my last house two - so …I have two nests (up/down stairs), and had one in my last house two - so I've definately embraced it. With the way they've broken the Works with Nest (whcih they advertise on the box), I can't reccomend people buy them. There are others, get them. It now slowly dies a death, and forget any notion of smarthome as the dream turns to dust for at least the next 5 years.All Nest products should now be considered end of life clearence, and on borrowed time. The only hope is Google sell them off and let someone else breathe life in to it (Phillips maybe?), as they appear to be winding it down which is tragic.


I think quite the opposite. Google have just rebranded their home hub the nest hub. They may not integrate so well with non Google, but Nest is going to become an integral part of the Google home product.
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Nice deal. Would bite if it was for the wired one.
This is odd - I heard that Google and NEST are no longer in bed together?

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Good deal if you want them, take home from eBay seems to be about £19 so £38-£109= £71
Edited by: "jamhops" 5th Jun
compynei05/06/2019 14:18

Nice deal. Would bite if it was for the wired one.


Hey, its £99 wired / £109 battery - Links in OP
shinds05/06/2019 14:19

This is odd - I heard that Google and NEST are no longer in bed together? …This is odd - I heard that Google and NEST are no longer in bed together? :(https://www.theverge.com/2019/5/9/18537331/google-nest-cancellation-assistant-smart-home-integration-report


Kinda the opposite they are so deep in together that no-one else can integrate into Nest ie IFTTT
Alexa, is this a good deal?
shinds05/06/2019 14:19

This is odd - I heard that Google and NEST are no longer in bed together? …This is odd - I heard that Google and NEST are no longer in bed together? :(https://www.theverge.com/2019/5/9/18537331/google-nest-cancellation-assistant-smart-home-integration-report


Google owns Nest and is using the Nest brand on their smarthome devices but they are breaking the "Works with Nest" scheme and replacing with "Works with Google" which will mean fewer services are compatible. The worst for me is IFTTT.
Curry's did the same thing with Google Home / Chromecast bundles a wee while back.

Bought 2x Google Homes with 'a' free Chromecast each, but ended up with 4x Chromecasts!!

Think I might pick a Nest Protect and see what comes this time....
Google and NEST integration is bad news. Currently, all my NEST kit works with my HUE kit, the lights flash if the smoke alarms go off. Pretty cool, right? Well, yes. But soon, thanks to Google (Thanks Google) 'Works with NEST' won't work unless it 'works with Google' Thanks, Google.
shinds05/06/2019 14:19

This is odd - I heard that Google and NEST are no longer in bed together? …This is odd - I heard that Google and NEST are no longer in bed together? :(https://www.theverge.com/2019/5/9/18537331/google-nest-cancellation-assistant-smart-home-integration-report


Google own Nest as far as I am aware. They are just winding down the “works with Nest” feature for other (non-Google Home) smart assistants (like Alexa etc). It was all just going to stop working but I hear they are now back peddling on that decision. So this offer should work fine together. Great offer too as the Protect alarm is normally around £99 by itself.
jamhops05/06/2019 14:23

Kinda the opposite they are so deep in together that no-one else can …Kinda the opposite they are so deep in together that no-one else can integrate into Nest ie IFTTT


IFTTT is rubbish anyway, no loss, next!
creepyg05/06/2019 14:27

Curry's did the same thing with Google Home / Chromecast bundles a wee …Curry's did the same thing with Google Home / Chromecast bundles a wee while back.Bought 2x Google Homes with 'a' free Chromecast each, but ended up with 4x Chromecasts!!Think I might pick a Nest Protect and see what comes this time....


1 Chromecast is pointless anyway, you didn't really win.
8ANNED05/06/2019 14:28

1 Chromecast is pointless anyway, you didn't really win.


NeoTrix05/06/2019 14:20

Hey, its £99 wired / £109 battery - Links in OP


And that’s why I should read properly. Thanks! Hot from me
shinds05/06/2019 14:19

This is odd - I heard that Google and NEST are no longer in bed together? …This is odd - I heard that Google and NEST are no longer in bed together? :(https://www.theverge.com/2019/5/9/18537331/google-nest-cancellation-assistant-smart-home-integration-report


It’s a change of integration to use google API instead of Nest. But they’ve temporarily pulled it anyway.
Out of stock noooo! gutting
8ANNED05/06/2019 14:28

1 Chromecast is pointless anyway, you didn't really win.


You seem so positive both comments are that’s rubbish, troll?
Edited by: "jamhops" 5th Jun
compynei05/06/2019 14:18

Nice deal. Would bite if it was for the wired one.


I have the battery one. Battery should last around 5 years, product life is 10 years so in theory they should only need replacing once. Only perk with the wired one is you can tell the nightlight to stay on permanently - not a deal-breaker in imho.
I have two nests (up/down stairs), and had one in my last house two - so I've definately embraced it. With the way they've broken the Works with Nest (whcih they advertise on the box), I can't reccomend people buy them. There are others, get them. It now slowly dies a death, and forget any notion of smarthome as the dream turns to dust for at least the next 5 years.

All Nest products should now be considered end of life clearence, and on borrowed time. The only hope is Google sell them off and let someone else breathe life in to it (Phillips maybe?), as they appear to be winding it down which is tragic.
boyband05/06/2019 15:51

I have two nests (up/down stairs), and had one in my last house two - so …I have two nests (up/down stairs), and had one in my last house two - so I've definately embraced it. With the way they've broken the Works with Nest (whcih they advertise on the box), I can't reccomend people buy them. There are others, get them. It now slowly dies a death, and forget any notion of smarthome as the dream turns to dust for at least the next 5 years.All Nest products should now be considered end of life clearence, and on borrowed time. The only hope is Google sell them off and let someone else breathe life in to it (Phillips maybe?), as they appear to be winding it down which is tragic.


I think quite the opposite. Google have just rebranded their home hub the nest hub. They may not integrate so well with non Google, but Nest is going to become an integral part of the Google home product.
Someone please explain to me whether I'm meant to be happy or angry? I'm so confused reading this thread.

I recently moved from iOS to a Google Pixel 3.

I have a Nest thermostat (third gen) and two wired nest protects.

Separately, I also have a Philips Hue Hub, with four colour bulbs, two white and three dimmer switches. I recently downloaded IConnectHue on my old IPhone which I've only scratched the surface off but have managed to reconfigure the buttons on one of the dimmers.

I have no smart speakers in the house and no desire for one. I do have a Chromecast audio attached to the kitchen radio.

I need to do some more research into IFTTT but I can't work out if half the posts in here are good or bad news for my setup?!
KFR4205/06/2019 16:16

I think quite the opposite. Google have just rebranded their home hub the …I think quite the opposite. Google have just rebranded their home hub the nest hub. They may not integrate so well with non Google, but Nest is going to become an integral part of the Google home product.


Aye, his comment makes no sense. Winding down? Google is ramping it up.

I don't know about compatibility, and fair enough on that point, but Nest is being embraced and integrated, not neglected clearly.
Does the nest protect require a monthly subscription?
Bossworld05/06/2019 16:46

Someone please explain to me whether I'm meant to be happy or angry? I'm …Someone please explain to me whether I'm meant to be happy or angry? I'm so confused reading this thread.I recently moved from iOS to a Google Pixel 3.I have a Nest thermostat (third gen) and two wired nest protects.Separately, I also have a Philips Hue Hub, with four colour bulbs, two white and three dimmer switches. I recently downloaded IConnectHue on my old IPhone which I've only scratched the surface off but have managed to reconfigure the buttons on one of the dimmers.I have no smart speakers in the house and no desire for one. I do have a Chromecast audio attached to the kitchen radio.I need to do some more research into IFTTT but I can't work out if half the posts in here are good or bad news for my setup?!


I'd be happy with that setup. You can use Google home on your pixel to control your lights (colour and brightness) as well as assigning them rooms (living room, bedroom etc). androidpolice.com/201…ts/
I honestly won't worry about IFTTT unless you want to really fine tune your setup.. I've never used it and can still setup routines for the lights and heating all within the Home App.
shinds05/06/2019 14:19

This is odd - I heard that Google and NEST are no longer in bed together? …This is odd - I heard that Google and NEST are no longer in bed together? :(https://www.theverge.com/2019/5/9/18537331/google-nest-cancellation-assistant-smart-home-integration-report


From the way I read it. They are integrating more. More in bed not less. The thing you probably read is the other components that are compatible with the nest line.

So 3rd parties can then insert themselves into the nest ecosystem that then pairs with Google.

What is happening now is they are killing off the 3rd party component.
Google mini is a nightmare now.

Used to be good, now it never hears you, and you have to repeat always, then it mis-hears what you repeated.

Then it can’t connect, other times it can, can turn off google casts, other times it can’t.

All random and annoying.

Alexa hears you always and from further away too. Sure it’s not as capable but it hears you and a hellva lot more friendly and less computer/robot like the google.

Really disappointed in G and had high hopes & invested lots in them in the house.

Hearing maybe a software update may fix things.

May fix things...

Rant over and out
Edited by: "InDaHouse" 5th Jun
So much incorrect information on here.

Google are closing the Works with Nest integration for new developers and are migrating to the Works with Google integration instead.

I'm not sure about IFTTT but they're working with most other smart systems to integrate the officially into the Works with Google system.

Unless you're running some custom smart home system such as HASS, you'll be fine
8ANNED05/06/2019 14:22

Alexa, is this a good deal?


My Alexa killed herself because I had an argument with her. She doesn't turn on now...
Awesome deal. I paid over £100 for the wired one alone.
KFR4205/06/2019 16:16

I think quite the opposite. Google have just rebranded their home hub the …I think quite the opposite. Google have just rebranded their home hub the nest hub. They may not integrate so well with non Google, but Nest is going to become an integral part of the Google home product.


Yes and without an ecosystem, it will fail.

Its Internet of Things not Googlenet of things

I'll keep the nest alarm as it's a great standalone product but for it's the end of the line and I cant see that it isn't intentionally so
jimthehorsegod05/06/2019 18:18

Yes and without an ecosystem, it will fail.Its Internet of Things not …Yes and without an ecosystem, it will fail.Its Internet of Things not Googlenet of thingsI'll keep the nest alarm as it's a great standalone product but for it's the end of the line and I cant see that it isn't intentionally so


While I see what you mean, it's certainly not even close to the end. Enough people have Google homes to be sure of that.
Got one for 80!
KFR4205/06/2019 18:19

While I see what you mean, it's certainly not even close to the end. …While I see what you mean, it's certainly not even close to the end. Enough people have Google homes to be sure of that.


I don't think there are enough 100% google homes. And I dont think many would set out now to create one, single brand stack in their home - least of all with Google, famous for shuttering services once people are dependant on them...

Vendor lockin will kill this. They're not Apple and even Apple havent managed it with smart home stuff.

If committing to only *ever* buying Google kit is a requirement for buying *any* Google kit then honestly, what is the appeal?
No thanks, Google should pay us for letting them spy on us. But good price if you welcome our Orwellian overlords
jimthehorsegod05/06/2019 18:28

I don't think there are enough 100% google homes. And I dont think many …I don't think there are enough 100% google homes. And I dont think many would set out now to create one, single brand stack in their home - least of all with Google, famous for shuttering services once people are dependant on them...Vendor lockin will kill this. They're not Apple and even Apple havent managed it with smart home stuff. If committing to only *ever* buying Google kit is a requirement for buying *any* Google kit then honestly, what is the appeal?


Very true. I hope the works with Google thing improves. But there's still plenty of non Google stuff that works with Google home.
Imran_Razaq05/06/2019 17:29

Does the nest protect require a monthly subscription?


No, any alerts delivered via the Android or iOS App
KFR4205/06/2019 18:38

Very true. I hope the works with Google thing improves. But there's still …Very true. I hope the works with Google thing improves. But there's still plenty of non Google stuff that works with Google home.


Indeed, I love my nest gear and I'll certainly keep it (cams and smoke) but for sure, it would be bottom of my list as things stand come replacement time...

And that's from an existing customer with smoke detectors, cams and thermostat. Yes, arguably that means they've made their money off me in the main and I may not matter (nest aware subs notwithstanding) but it isnt a great sign is it?
Hot if you need the protect, I've got 1st and 2nd gen battery protect, they work great. Voting cold for cameras, too expensive to add the subscription to make them worthwhile
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Got this error so went to the shop and was told the deal was only for one Google mini. Don’t bother wasting your time, it’s “not on the system”.
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