Nest Protect Smoke + Carbon Monoxide Alarm + FREE Google Home Mini Speaker £109 /  Nest Cam Indoor Security Camera £159  + FREE Google Home Mini Speaker w/ 2 year guarantee + other models @ John Lewis
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Nest Protect Smoke + Carbon Monoxide Alarm + FREE Google Home Mini Speaker £109 / Nest Cam Indoor Security Camera £159 + FREE Google Home Mini Speaker w/ 2 year guarantee + other models @ John Lewis

SuperEd 60
SuperEd
Found 7th Dec
This seems a pretty good deal if on the lookout for a nest product AND a Google Home, also a 2 year guarantee included

Get deal link goes to all nest products

Click link, click on whatever product you want and then scroll down on that product page and you'll see the google home offer Which is here

Coupon Code Available - Purchase this Nest product which includes the Google Home Mini Speaker (click here)
Please use Coupon Code GOOGLEHOME when prompted to enter a promotion code on the payment page after checkout.


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Both Nest product(s) and Google Home Mini Speaker must be purchased at the same time.

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Change the picture as it's quite confusing to have them all there

mchu6am43 m ago

Do you get all these products for £109?


Nope the way the deal showed up I thought it was all for £109
Edited by: "Trishul007" 7th Dec

Not usually one for tin foil hats but Google sure are giving a lot of these things away right now.

Man google are giving these away, Amazon must be lolling hard, I don’t know anybody that has a google home speaker.

I have a nest, wouldn’t recommend it, get hive instead. Actually, I wouldn’t buy any google products, cos all these hardware companies get their knickers in a twist with each other.

Same reason you should always pick Spotify over Apple Music, google music, or amazon music, regardless of what camp you sit it. Spotify don’t make speakers or smart phones, and so they play nice with everybody. Same with Netflix.
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Looks a cracking deal very tempting will hold out for Boxing Day sales heat for effort!!

Do you get all these products for £109?

mchu6am42 m ago

Do you get all these products for £109?


No, Nest Protect Smoke + Carbon Monoxide Alarm + FREE Google Home Mini Speaker £109

Original Poster SuperEd

mchu6am46 m ago

Do you get all these products for £109?



The image shows all items aval, title shows example deals/prices and get deal goes to all products, hope this helps!
Edited by: "goonertillidie" 7th Dec

mchu6am43 m ago

Do you get all these products for £109?


Nope the way the deal showed up I thought it was all for £109
Edited by: "Trishul007" 7th Dec

Same at Argos if you can't wait for delivery.

Change the picture as it's quite confusing to have them all there

Not usually one for tin foil hats but Google sure are giving a lot of these things away right now.

This may help someone. I managed to get a Nest Protect + Google home mini for £100 from Currys yesterday after asking them to price match Amazon.

good deal but I did pick up two of these last week at Argos when they had their £10 voucher deal on!

Note that if your building regs require you to have a heat alarm in the kitchen, this will not suffice. Although it has a heat sensor and alarm functionality, it is not up to building reg standards.

Man google are giving these away, Amazon must be lolling hard, I don’t know anybody that has a google home speaker.

I have a nest, wouldn’t recommend it, get hive instead. Actually, I wouldn’t buy any google products, cos all these hardware companies get their knickers in a twist with each other.

Same reason you should always pick Spotify over Apple Music, google music, or amazon music, regardless of what camp you sit it. Spotify don’t make speakers or smart phones, and so they play nice with everybody. Same with Netflix.

If your nest smoke alarm alerts you whilst you're out, would you call the fire brigade who may then smash down your door for a false alarm?

Useful if you have the nest camera pointing I guess. Not if it melts in the fire though.

Change the picture!! Very confusing, plus there's a Nest thermostat in there which isn't even in the deal!!

Fake news!

one of the most confusing deal posts in hukd recently

you will get a lot of cold shoulders if you don't retype the description and put another pic
Edited by: "noonecanhelp1" 7th Dec

boonkoh40 m ago

Note that if your building regs require you to have a heat alarm in the …Note that if your building regs require you to have a heat alarm in the kitchen, this will not suffice. Although it has a heat sensor and alarm functionality, it is not up to building reg standards.


Not being disagreeable but mine passed no problem. Maybe I was lucky

tonybarnes271 m ago

Not being disagreeable but mine passed no problem. Maybe I was lucky


Just to add he did say they HAD to be hard wired and NOT battery!!!

Decent deal.

meathane43 m ago

Man google are giving these away, Amazon must be lolling hard, I don’t k …Man google are giving these away, Amazon must be lolling hard, I don’t know anybody that has a google home speaker. I have a nest, wouldn’t recommend it, get hive instead. Actually, I wouldn’t buy any google products, cos all these hardware companies get their knickers in a twist with each other. Same reason you should always pick Spotify over Apple Music, google music, or amazon music, regardless of what camp you sit it. Spotify don’t make speakers or smart phones, and so they play nice with everybody. Same with Netflix.


I had Hive and now have Nest. Can't recommend Hive, although didn't use with app so can't comment from that point of view. Nest is simple to use and the fact it can work out when you are not in and turn off heating is a big plus.

What don't you like about it?

danielmcivor31 h, 11 m ago

This may help someone. I managed to get a Nest Protect + Google home mini …This may help someone. I managed to get a Nest Protect + Google home mini for £100 from Currys yesterday after asking them to price match Amazon.


where is this on Amazon for £100 ?

Wow op that title sucks buy either x or y and get z free done.

noonecanhelp156 m ago

one of the most confusing deal posts in hukd recently :/you will get a lot …one of the most confusing deal posts in hukd recently :/you will get a lot of cold shoulders if you don't retype the description and put another pic


The deal is by a mod so it'll never go cold

Nest Protect is currently £99 on Amazon. That makes it £10 for a Home Mini. I'm holding out for a better deal on the Nest Protect. I'm not that excited about Google Home, or Alexa for that matter.
Still, a nice deal for some .

SmooV1 h, 7 m ago

I had Hive and now have Nest. Can't recommend Hive, although didn't use …I had Hive and now have Nest. Can't recommend Hive, although didn't use with app so can't comment from that point of view. Nest is simple to use and the fact it can work out when you are not in and turn off heating is a big plus.What don't you like about it?


He clearly loves Spotify and therefore cannot see beyond it!
Personally I can't stand Spotify and enjoy using Google Music, however I wouldn't come on here and shout about it.

Cold confusing deal arrrgh

SmooV1 h, 47 m ago

I had Hive and now have Nest. Can't recommend Hive, although didn't use …I had Hive and now have Nest. Can't recommend Hive, although didn't use with app so can't comment from that point of view. Nest is simple to use and the fact it can work out when you are not in and turn off heating is a big plus.What don't you like about it?


The app often stays grey instead of going orange when I change temp, even at home on the LAN too.

Plus they don’t really tell you that the heating will turn itself on hours early if you’re home, costing you money. Plus the nest LOVES to show you the leaf, even when it’s warm outside, and then you get a monthly email like ‘look at all the leaf hours you have and that means you saved money!!!’ Errr no it was warm outside. And it doesn’t work with HomeKit. And you cant say ‘Alexa turn the heating on’. Or ‘turn the heating off in 2 hours’. All this smart nonsense is still in its infancy, def not worth the £139 I paid for it
Edited by: "meathane" 7th Dec

meathane23 m ago

The app often stays grey instead of going orange when I change temp, even …The app often stays grey instead of going orange when I change temp, even at home on the LAN too. Plus they don’t really tell you that the heating will turn itself on hours early if you’re home, costing you money. Plus the nest LOVES to show you the leaf, even when it’s warm outside, and then you get a monthly email like ‘look at all the leaf hours you have and that means you saved money!!!’ Errr no it was warm outside. And it doesn’t work with HomeKit. And you cant say ‘Alexa turn the heating on’. Or ‘turn the heating off in 2 hours’. All this smart nonsense is still in its infancy, def not worth the £139 I paid for it


It is in its infancy - however the nest protects connect to the hue lights and auto turn on the lights when theres a fire/monoxide alarm, and with about half an hours fiddling with a raspberry pi you can get the Nest thermostat and protects to be "Homekit" compliant no problems, so you can very easily embed this with other technologies. Probably not for the average consumer, but if you like your tech and don't mind playing - I've had 2 generations of Nest Thermostats work flawlessly for nearly two years through siri no problems.

Also used the Hive and the Tado, Hive was just plain stupid and when the hub didn't connect to the net I was told by the adviser I needed a minimum 6Mbps broadband connection.....for a thermostat! Tado was pretty good, but the ease of use for SWMBO between that and the nest was no contest, she felt the Nest was miles easier to use and the tado had "a mind of its own"

tonybarnes272 h, 30 m ago

Not being disagreeable but mine passed no problem. Maybe I was lucky


Really? Interesting. I'll dig further as I'm really tempted to have a Nest throughout my house, just the heat detector requirement in my kitchen holding me back.

tonybarnes272 h, 35 m ago

Just to add he did say they HAD to be hard wired and NOT battery!!!


3 story’s,nest protect on each and building regs passed no problem. One is battery as I’ve not got round to putting a supply in for it.

At least it's a home mini and not that useless alexa

meathane10 h, 4 m ago

Man google are giving these away, Amazon must be lolling hard, I don’t k …Man google are giving these away, Amazon must be lolling hard, I don’t know anybody that has a google home speaker. I have a nest, wouldn’t recommend it, get hive instead. Actually, I wouldn’t buy any google products, cos all these hardware companies get their knickers in a twist with each other. Same reason you should always pick Spotify over Apple Music, google music, or amazon music, regardless of what camp you sit it. Spotify don’t make speakers or smart phones, and so they play nice with everybody. Same with Netflix.


"Lolling" this is going to be my word of the day

All this tech, like we needed it in first place.

boonkoh8 h, 39 m ago

Really? Interesting. I'll dig further as I'm really tempted to have a Nest …Really? Interesting. I'll dig further as I'm really tempted to have a Nest throughout my house, just the heat detector requirement in my kitchen holding me back.


As I mentioned the guy did say they had to be hard wired but as they are he was half impressed to be honest! I thought these had heat sensors anyway? I’m not an expert by any means but these are a decent product. I just brought 2 more for another project....brought separately so I got the 2 google minis!

Its a good price, but this is very unreliable tech. I have 4 smoke alarms and have had to return 3 of them due to faults over the last three years - also two nest thermostats which are both often losing connection with the heatlink - plus they get confused when daylight saving kicks in.

Its not easy to find negative reviews/complaints - try googling and all you will find is tech support.
Edited by: "smurkenstein" 8th Dec

SmooV12 h, 9 m ago

I had Hive and now have Nest. Can't recommend Hive, although didn't use …I had Hive and now have Nest. Can't recommend Hive, although didn't use with app so can't comment from that point of view. Nest is simple to use and the fact it can work out when you are not in and turn off heating is a big plus.What don't you like about it?


And Tado trumps both...

Pwhite7611 h, 3 m ago

He clearly loves Spotify and therefore cannot see beyond it!Personally I …He clearly loves Spotify and therefore cannot see beyond it!Personally I can't stand Spotify and enjoy using Google Music, however I wouldn't come on here and shout about it.


You just did ;-)

hadouken88814 h, 12 m ago

Change the picture as it's quite confusing to have them all there


Not if you read the words too

meathane11 h, 25 m ago

The app often stays grey instead of going orange when I change temp, even …The app often stays grey instead of going orange when I change temp, even at home on the LAN too. Plus they don’t really tell you that the heating will turn itself on hours early if you’re home, costing you money. Plus the nest LOVES to show you the leaf, even when it’s warm outside, and then you get a monthly email like ‘look at all the leaf hours you have and that means you saved money!!!’ Errr no it was warm outside. And it doesn’t work with HomeKit. And you cant say ‘Alexa turn the heating on’. Or ‘turn the heating off in 2 hours’. All this smart nonsense is still in its infancy, def not worth the £139 I paid for it


Instead of saying Alexa turn heating on, say alexa make "house" (or whatever you call the thermostat) temperature X -that works....but agreed, it lacks alot of seemingly easy to build API's such as Alexa, boost hot water
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