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Steel Floor Mounted Bike Stand £6.88 @ Homebase Clearance (Free C&C)
Found 21st SepFound 21st Sep
The Craftright floor mounted bike stand can be used indoors and outdoors and also can be taken to the park, outdoor events, beach or camping. Its heavy duty design is also suitable… Read more
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Also, on a more serious note, you can only really use them to put the front wheel in, the rear mech always gets in the way if you place the rear wheel into the rack. Which is annoying if you want maximum security with a D lock going through rear wheel, frame and rack.


Are you a magician, try as I may I just can’t seem to balance my wife’s bike on top of mine. Is there a seat to wheel ratio for optimal stacking?:/


Remove the grass, problem solved lol. And put in another shed for your other bikes (?)


Is this another Brexit joke :/


Why would anyone use this? Just lean your bikes against a wall, one on top of the other. My front room has my best 4 bikes in it. If I stored them in stands like this they'd take up much more space and probably block my view of the telly. I have another 4 bikes in the shed. I need space for the lawnmower.

Steel Padlock 70mm Open Shackle W/ 3 Keys £2.23 @ Toolstation Clearance (Free C&C)
Found 20th SepFound 20th Sep
Solid steel body with brass locking cylinder. Chrome plated hardened double locking shackle. Includes 3 steel keys.
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I was taught to pick locks and padlocks 10 years ago by a chap who was ex-British military intelligence. I had three guys from the Serious Fraud Office sitting behind me at the time. I was on an Certified Ethical Hacking course and the trainer liked to keep us busy with some extra curriculum activities during our lunch break :)


Up your budget a few quid and get one of these .. ABUS Outdoor Key Padlock TITALIUM 64TI / 40 https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B007VL74I2/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_oUbPBbTXW58DC


You get what you pay for


"page not found".. or is it me?


You don't need a grinder, my mate managed to open this way a £20 - so pretty decent squire padlock

Affordable Home Security Camera With motion detection £27.99 Sold by Time2 Direct and Fulfilled by Amazon.
Found 18th SepFound 18th Sep
Time2 Wireless Home Security, Pet Camera. IP WiFi Surveillance Camera with Night Vision, Motion Detection, Instant Alerts, Two Way Audio, HD Video Recording & Playback. Micro S… Read more
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If you have a spare android phone, then get the Dormi app and a cheap mobile holder on eBay. Works perfectly with no lag.


The yi are regularly priced at £20 I have mine pointing out of the window and it gives excellent quality night or day.


I don't know, I wasn't complaining about the price, it looks well priced for what it is. Just stating my opinion. Free speech and all that. Hi


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I never knew this. How easy is this? I tried once and it feels like something is going to break...

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Samsung SmartThings Starter Kit - White £94.99 @ Amazon
Found 30th AugFound 30th Aug
Best price I've ever seen for second generation SmartThings, probably connected with release of v3 in US (not available in UK yet, more info: YouTube here SmartThings is the e… Read more
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From the very little information I can see I don't think this is coming to the UK soon. Speaking to Samsung they have no details on the UK V3 which suggests we have quite a wait..... This hub (From my search) seems to be one of the best. They all have their faults but this appears to be most versatile so I will probably just order this version and forget about the wait.


I have the same problem as well deciding which to go for but my ISP subscription is up soon so would be good to know if using smartthings router as my main hub or whoever I go with!


I'm going to wait for the v3 because of the wifi connectivity


V3 is out in the US but not the UK.... couldn't find anything on Google so I called Samsung, even they (apparently) have no idea when a UK release of the V3 will be. Wondering at what point to buy, just get the v2 now or wait..... But how long :/


V3 kit soon to be released hence discounting.

Xiaomi window/door sensor £6.37 via app / £6.45 website @ Ali Express
Found 27th AugFound 27th Aug
Was waitting for these to come down a little. Already have them on a window and a main door. Work great with smartthings hub. They show as £6.45 on the website but £6.37 in the a… Read more



Maybe Hukd bosses aren't getting commission from the links .


Is it just me or have the BangGood / GearBest deals dried up on HUKD? Have they been banned?


Newbie here WRT smart home stuff, is the gateway available with UK plug or do you need to use adapter to power it up ?


I think it has gone up to £7.59 anyone still getting sub £7 price?

Everspring SA413 Z-Wave Plus USB Adapter Stick - £4.99 @ eBay (seller: foniacs_uk) - free C&C
Found 21st AugFound 21st Aug
Z-Wave USB controller - alternative to Aeotec Gen5 (approx £44)? Everspring SA413 Z-Wave Plus USB Adapter StickThe Everspring SA413 is a Z-Wave Plus USB adapter which will turn y… Read more
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If using HassIO and want to break away from the gateway, Zigbee2MQTT is the way to go.


i got openhab in pie and xiaomi mi hub. works perfect with all philips lights and sensors. to connect the xiaomi philips light all u need is the token from lights. which u can get by previous version off mi apps and xiaomi token extractor


I mentioned this usb stick ages ago in the post for foniacs selling the Heiman Zwave door/window sensors. As said in that post, this has been quite reliable and only a fraction of the usual zwave stick price. I'm hoping they start selling more of the Heiman sensors. Note that this stick is relabelled, as were the door sensors.


Yep, a Xiaomi Aqara for around 25 quid will do nicely


https://github.com/cureHsu/EZ-Wave Looks interesting if you are that way inclined.

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Sterling Locking Key Cabinet only £2 @ Dunelm - Reserve and collect
Found 19th AugFound 19th Aug
Was £12, reduced to £7 and now only £2 Complete with 15 hooks, this lockable key cabinet is ideal for storing all your keys. Finished in grey, this cupboard is crafted wit a stron… Read more

In the key cupboard for keys for key cupboards.


Just pop it on top & you’ll never lose it 😜


On your key ring.


Don't forget to put labels on everything (as in the picture) so they have quicker access!


I have a Burton Safes Eurovault Aver in my bedroom wall. I highly recommend it. It was purchased for me by a friend and It hasnt been broken into yet.

Arlo pro security camera system with base and 1 camera - Alexa compatible £184.99 @ Amazon
Found 16th AugFound 16th Aug
Was tempted by this for £199 a few months ago, but great price for this on a deal of the day. Can connect a portable HDD for on site recording, or get free 7 days cloud storage.

Great deal!! The built in siren on the base station is also a bonus (y)


Just noticed it's the cheapest ever on Camelcamelcamel.


Hopefully it will be good in deal Christmas. I really keen on getting this for my house.


Prime members also have a decent deal with 3 cameras for £406.99 https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01M360IFG?aaxitk=QPMYiNhfAlD9gpqWF.UShA&pd_rd_i=B01M360IFG&pf_rd_m=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&pf_rd_p=5525970907818403459&pf_rd_s=desktop-sx-top-slot&pf_rd_t=301&pf_rd_i=arlo+pro&hsa_cr_id=9017388710702&sb-ci-n=asinImage&sb-ci-v=https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/31E7DY1znXL.jpg&sb-ci-a=B01M360IFG that's of course if you are happy with this camera version... Arlo pro 2 is out now, but it only has 3 months battery life span instead of 6 for the Arlo Pro.

Duracell Ultra Power 8 AAA Batteries @ Superdrug - £3
Found 10th AugFound 10th Aug
Duracell Ultra Power Alkaline 5+3 AAA Batteries - Pack of 8 Price £3 Price comparison https://www.superdrug.com/Electricals/Electrical-Accessories/Batteries/Duracel… Read more
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The Ryman offer, £2.99 For 24 AA or AAA still stands, just got mine today. Check HUKD for Ryman, show them the email and you are sorted. Even if Duracell are better, I doubt it will be 3 times better to justify the price.




Good point...but a quick google on battery power shows there's really not much in it between them (Economy equiv to Standard) so I guess depending on your interpretation they are BOTH good deals ;) (y)


Yes.. but this one is ultra power(Superdrug) and other one is economy pack(poundstretcher)


If you are near a Poundstretcher this may be a better deal https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/12-x-duracell-aa-or-aaa-batteries-now-359-poundstretcher-3006993

ASDA sausage dog range - From £4 (free C&C)
Found 9th AugFound 9th Aug
Duvet set from £10, throw £6 plus some more of my picks of latest homeware and sale: THIS LIGHT: https://goo.gl/MgRUS5 the bed set: https://goo.gl/rmGbiW this cute throw:… Read more

love the giraffes and the unicorn bear (unicorn)


Tim Peake? (shock) I thought 'The Stig' had been eating too many doughnuts!! :/ :D


Why is the bear looking at me like that? ..... I'm scared.


Who doesn't want a mini Tim Peake in their living room?..



SONOFF® DIY Wi-Fi Wireless Switch For Smart Home With ABS Shell Mobile APP Timer Socket Remote Control Switch Module - £3.94 @ Ali Express
Found 9th AugFound 9th Aug
So this almost does what the Phillips Hue etc can do. What's that? Turn your existing lights off remotely using your mobile. What else is good about it? You don't need to change e… Read more

Ordered 3...thanks


Change router to better one and problem solved.


Im not the best at electrical stuff (absolute noob with wires and stuff) and found this a pita to wire up. I decided to not wire directly to a device and have it instead inbetween a 0.5m extension lead so I could reuse it on other devices and also have it double fused. Nightmare trying to get the cable cut, feed through with the earth uncut on the outside. The L & N I cut a few millimetres too short which caused the earth to pull them out of the clamps when put together. Flashing to Tasmota was harder then the videos show as the newer revisions have the holes filled in. On one of them the switch broke while dismantling so had to solder on a couple of wires directly to the board to be able to control it. On another the cable was too thick and on one side the clamp would not screw down, the other went down but stripped the screw holes. These two went in the bin. If you are new to this or have no skills at all with hardware (ie me, very techie but useless with my hands) then I would highly suggest the Sonoff S26's. So much easier to use and not too much more expensive (about £7-8) Tasmota is slightly more difficult to get on as the daughter board where the contacts sit (not holes just pads) are tiny and use some form of heat resistive Marvel universe solder which took ages to get to a point where I could get wires attached to them. On removing the wires the contact pads came away on one of them so hoping no OTA bricks it :| Once on Tasmota they work a treat. Using Home Assistant for automation and TasAdmin addon you can manage, control and even mass update them OTA all from one place. TLDR; Get someone good with wiring and soldering to do it for you if you have even a doubt about your skills. Yes they have their downsides, yes they are cheaply made, yes there is always the potential for something to go bang with cheaply made products but Yes, they are absolutely brilliant when up and running.


There's a th-16 model of this which is a lot better - rated to 16A - but it's larger. It also has a 2.5mm trr jack input that you can utilise to add additional functionality without resorting to a soldering iron.


Personally I'm avoiding these IOT switches, AvE can explain why; Unless you know what you're doing (electrically and with software) you could be opening yourself up to all kinds of stuff. One important tip: If you're going to use this on any earthed electrical device make sure you loop through the earth, as these units only have connectors for live and neutral.

Smart Wireless WiFi Security DoorBell with Plug-in Chime & Visual Recording  £26.29 delivered at Tomtop
Found 6th AugFound 6th Aug
Such a great idea - gives you some peace of mind especially if you're off on your holidays :) It's a doorbell , a video camera, a two way intercom between the doorbell and y… Read more
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OK got one of these. Seems to be fine - quite impressed actually - so I've added SD card, added some batteries, synced ringer, and ready to put outside. One question, anyone know what the cloud service option is in the UBell app or how you go about setting this up?


Hi I am not having any luck with this... I have tried so many times and somehow my bell app can't see the door bell anymore... it's so frustrating and the user guide is useless!


Unfortunately can’t get the batteries to work 👎🏼


Thank you. That was a bit nervy. Which end is positive on the battery? Hard to distinguish? Many thanks again


Yeap that's the one First make sure at no point metal plate on side of battery and red wire touch. Then quickly remove the metal plate from battery and just pull off The black piece at the end of red wire

Conexis L1 Yale Digital Keys (Glitch, iOS only)
Found 2nd AugFound 2nd Aug
Yale have made a mistake on their pricing for 5 digital keys on their Conexis L1 app. Instead of £9.99 for 5 keys it's showing as £3.99! This is only showing on iOS and not Androi… Read more

a smart lock you have to buy digital keys for? what a rip off..


you could say that about going to get a spare key cut for your traditional lock.


So, this is pretty much micro transactions but for a door lock?


The Conexis L1 maybe?


What lock goes with it

Smart Video Door Phone Visual Video Recording Wireless WiFi Security Door Bell - £23.99 @ TomTop
Refreshed 8th AugRefreshed 8th AugShipping from CNShipping from China
Smart WiFi Security DoorBell Visual Intercom Recording Video Door Phone Smart HD TRY VOUCHER CODE: RVT5 720P Remote Home Monitoring/ Night Vision/Black /without batteries No… Read more
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So, when purchasing this unit, you also need: 18650 button top rechargeable batteries special battery charger Correct?


Sounds like it needs button top 18650 batteries that are normally used in torches; the flat top 18650 variety are used allot in vapers/for vaping. Button top are usually a little more expensive.


Received my door bell today. Seems really good for the money. I bought some Samsung batteries from Ebay, but they didnt work until I fitted the magnetic spacers that I also got from Ebay a few days ago. Im not familiar with these batteries. Some come with proud studs at the + end and some are flat.Just something to look out for.


Lithium ion 18650 batteries don't usually come pre charged, I don't have this camera so I don't know if it has an integrated charger, you can buy decent chargers from amazon for around £5.


Can anyone help me? I bought this item and it works fine when it's plugged in but I can't get it to work off the batteries. The batteries I bought was 18650 Samsung ones from eBay. If anyone can give me some advice it will be much appreciated.

Light Switch Timer By Mydome - £21.99 @ Amazon Prime Day Lightning Deal
Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
Police Approved Retro Fit Timer Switch - No Wiring Home Security & Burglar Deterrent The Light Switch Timer is the only timer switch which can be fitted to the 1,2 or 3 gan… Read more
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I went the lightwaverf route. Replace the switches rather than the lights/bulbs. Need a small hub but you then get wifi connectivity and some other bonuses.


Check out Sonoff ranges on Amazon. Just be prepared that you need to wire them in.


One of my rooms has 9 spot lights so this is much cheaper? I need one of these but WiFi enabled, or a WiFi switch? Anyone know any?


Don't want smart lights everywhere. I use it for outdoor lights and when I'm away


Really?? Just get some smart lights

Yi Cameras 31% off Prime members deal of the day Amazon from £16.99 Sold by YI Official Store UK and Fulfilled by Amazon.
Found 12th JulFound 12th Jul
YI Home Camera 720p Wireless Wifi Camera with IP Security Surveillance System and Night Vision for Baby/Pet/Elder (UK Edition) Black £16.99 (also available in white) YI Dome Ca… Read more
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Monocle camera might work for alexa functionality




Deal is still on


Just got two Yi Grey 2.7". The 1296p is definitel extrapolated. First image is a still from my E-Prance G1W (from 3 years ago) at 1080p/30fps on the left and the Yi (with logo you can only remove using the app) at 1080p/60fps. Using my media player to zoom in until the cars "look" to be the same size: Likewise: The Yi is slightly improved at 30fps compared to at 60fps, but these first pictures speak volumes. The extra field of view just makes objects seem further away and therefore its harder to read number plates, and its actually impossible to read the number plates with the Yi. I bought 2 on the recent amazon prime deal (2 accounts) and both are going back. P!ss poor, and I'm really surprised and disappointed. The chips in car-cams need some drastic improvement.


Got in just before the deal ended - ordered the dash cam at 23.59 - thanks OP

Nest cam indoor security camera £110.99 Amazon (prime members exclusive price)
Found 9th JulFound 9th Jul
Currently the lowest level price it's ever been on Amazon. Exclusive for prime members
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But it streams over the internet to Nests own servers. In real time.


Oh I see. But even if someone did walk up the drive (and you were able to record a picture of their face) and then the cameras suddenly stop recording, that in itself wouldn't be evidence that they then burgled the house.


My point is you can have the outdoor cam recording anyone that tampers with your phone line.


Yep, same problems with them.


Or an Outdoor Nest Cam? I pay up front for Nest aware. £40 for first camera.

Canary All-in-One Home Security Device UK £99.99 at Ryman
Found 5th JulFound 5th Jul
I already have one of these and am looking to add another- works well for me. Currently £158 at Amazon. It does require a subscription (which covers up to 5 devices) to unlock so… Read more

sorry don't know if there is a HUKD group, but to be honest I would just go to the wider internet communities - I have chosen Smartthings and would stick with the links for that (above). As said Smartthings is not necessarily the easiest you can go for a simpler approach or go more complicated but then you get more from it, for example I have a house with an old wired alarm with sensors etc , I didnt want to replace all those sensors etc but for a few pounds (less than 30) I can connect that to Smartthings and interface to all those sensors etc as well. See... https://konnected.io/


Appreciate you taking the time to explain and share links. I was getting prices based on the Amazon promoted gadgets from big named brands, I'm unversed in gearbest etc and the chinese brands. Is there a HUKD group/forum for smarthome discussion? I've only used the deals section of the site. Would be good to keep up to date with new gear and get more tips.


oh and there's no subscription charge etc - although obviously if you say combine it with a Ring doorbell or otehrs then there may be a price there


Depends where and when you buy the items I guess, the thing with Smartthings is it's compatible with lots of products. Hub £100 (often on offer at Currys or Amazon ) , motion sensors I use Xiaomi - typically I paid around £7 per sensor because I wait for the sale every couple of months but here are some examples... Motion sensor for £11 https://www.gearbest.com/alarm-systems/pp_659226.html?wid=1433363 Door/WIndow sensor £6 ! - I have these all over my house Xiaomi Aqara Window Door Sensor Wireless switch that you can programme to do what ever.... £6 https://www.gearbest.com/access-control/pp_626695.html TEmperature sensor £12 https://www.gearbest.com/access-control/pp_626702.html There are lots of camera brands to choose from - I use Foscam because already had some.... This one is £44 but can get other brands for less etc https://www.amazon.co.uk/Foscam-C1-Camera-Wireless-Detection/dp/B00T7NX6SY/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1530908925&sr=8-3&keywords=foscam PLus smartthings works with IFTTT hence a myraid of smart plugs and lights ... so if a sensor 'sneses' somethign you can programme an action etc. So for 2 cameras and 2 motion sensors and hub - could prob do that for around £230ish (prob much less with shopping around) Plus once you have the hub then the multpplier on that to add more cameras etc is much less - think how many extra door/window and motion sensors etc up to £400 ish And there is SO much more - compatible smoke detector for £22... so if the alram goes it can turn your lights on, trgger your house alarm send a text message etc https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/xiaomi-honeywell-zigbee-smoke-detector-2202-at-banggood-2938482 Works with Google & Alexa etc... and loads more.... Just look at all the deals on hotukdeals for compatible kit... for example.... https://www.hotukdeals.com/search?q=xiaomi+zigbee https://www.hotukdeals.com/search?q=smartthings&page=2 so yes possiblities are endless it is very flexible but you must decide what you want it to do and put the time in - hence it's not for everyone


Am I missing something? Have been looking into smartthings as I'm genuinely interested but it certainly doesn't seem to be any cheaper? To replace the two canary setup I use at home I'd need the hub, two cameras and two motion sensors right? That's the best part of £400! Then alarms as well? And do all of these items potentially need separate power sockets (depending on placement?) I like the all in one unit that canary provides. I get that there's no subscription fees with smartthings and that there's scope to add a lot more features to create a true smart home but to tear the canary down on price seems a bit unfair. The units are quite often on deals such as this for £100 and work well in my experience. Plus there are occasional deals on the subscription fee itself. I guess it boils down to what your individual requirements are. I might still go down the smartthings route at some point once I've got my head round it a bit more. But canary satisfies my current needs right now and is very simple to set up and use.

NETGEAR VMC4030 Arlo Pro Security Camera Add-on £139.99 @ Amazon
Found 4th JulFound 4th Jul
Usually around £190

Been looking for some add on cameras to go with my 2 camera set up. Thanks OP, heat added.


These are mains powered cameras I presume?


Great price, have some heat. I've got a set up with a mix of Arlo Pro and Arlo HD cameras, works a charm.


Everyone is entitled to their opinion, I'm glad you’re happy with your Arlo kit though (y) I never voted on this btw, just in case your comment was aimed at me.


I've got both the Arlo HD and pro cameras, it's a great system, has its pros and a few cons but it's definitely overpriced in my opinion.

Time2 WiFi Home Security CCTV Camera System HD. Four camera deal £176.97 @ Groupon with possible Quidco
Found 30th JunFound 30th Jun
I've been on the lookout for a decent WiFi enabled home cctv system and my search took me the the Evening Standard website where the brand Time2 is been rated very highly Time2 r… Read more
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If anybody livess in the Leicestershire Area and after a Yale HD720 Smart CCTV camera set that was on offer in Homebaserecently, PM me, thanks.

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