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Logitech Smart Home Bundle, Harmony Elite & POP Switch - £189.99 @ Amazon
29/04/2018Expires on 29/04/2018Found 21st AprFound 21st Apr
Absolute bargin! Alexa compatible too so if you buy with a Dot you get a further 15% off!
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Mines just been delivered - gone into amazon account - asked to return the Pops - and £58 credit on my account :-) Dave


Ok, Camel has this, as the lowest price its been.


20th March it was


I bought it myself from amazon for £159 about 6 weeks ago on a one day deal they did. Then decided I didn’t want the pop switch thing and returned that only and they refunded me £60! Well happy with that result


What do you base your info on? I used Camelcamelcamel.

Philips Hue Motion Sensor £24 w/code @ ao
Found 21st AprFound 21st Apr
Cheapest price I could find for a new one with free delivery. Price shows as £30 but use code: SMART20 to get it for £24 delivered. Great bit of kit, already have one and ordered … Read more

I'm not sure about sensors (as I've only bought my first one from this deal) but I use iConnectHue on the iPhone which is much better than the official app and lets you do so much more.




Or integrate with other services, ifttt or as I've just started to use webcore with smartthings (obviously with extra kit)




you can change that in settings to come on as bright as you want

Hive v1 Central Heating & Hot Water £49.99 @ Screwfix
Found 20th AprFound 20th Apr
Still a great bit of kit - works with all the newer Hive products and Alexa etc. Reduced to £49.99 in Screwfix clearance section. Probably low stock as with all clearance deals, th… Read more

None in Cumbria


Probably wild goose chase... But great deal if you can get it. FYI this can be used with most combi boilers... It just wires up differently to the 'heating-only' option but there's diagrams online. We have this version controlling our Worcester Greenstar. The hot water control does nothing.


None near me or withinn 80 miles. Release the geese.

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Nest Thermostat 3rd Generation @ priority plumbing - voucher code LUCKY
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
Thanks to @dwl999 Nest smoke and co2 alarm deal that lead me to this one. Nest thermostat with free stand use voucher code LUCKY all colour available… Read more
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EXPIRED voucher code


How do you check if your heating system works with nest or hive? I have an oil fired boiler.




I have a brand new one for sale but without reading the regs im guessing you are not able to post ads or sell on here? Any people can enlighten me? thanks in advance....just curious really.


Ahh I think I must have had a stroke when I wrote that. Ignore me. Sorry!

Nest learning thermostat 3rd generation £153.30 @ Maplin (in store only)
LocalLocalFound 12th AprFound 12th Apr
Please check stores Frist to make sure they have them. None in Liverpool sadly for me but at least 3 in each store surrounding area no home delivery or click and collect will have… Read more
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Glad I can help (y)


I was about to buy one from Amazon this morning. Thanks to this post, I managed to grab the last one from local Maplin. Cheers @zeekillah


You don't wire it to a old thermostat you need to replace your thermostat, which mean you would wire it up to your boiler.


Can You wire this to an old thermostat which is probably 20 years old


Philips Hue White B22 Twin Pack Smart Bulbs - Now down to £17.49
LocalLocalFound 9th AprFound 9th Apr
Overview Compatible with Amazon Echo, Google Home & Apple HomeKit Control your lights from anywhere using the Philips Hue app 2 Year warranty Still stock available to coll… Read more
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That's very promising indeed. I appreciate your reply.


Read this link matey, looks and sounds promising!


I’m not sure buddy, I could do with borrowing a bulb from someone to test the theory! Might order one from Amazon and send it back if it doesn’t work.


Hi, do you know if Philips hue bulbs are compatible with the IKEA hub? I just purchased the IKEA hub recently with some GU10 bulbs. Now IKEA are not selling E14 bulbs which I need desperately so am thinking about trying a Philips hue E14 instead. Thanks, Steve


If you don't mind me asking, do you know if Philips hue bulbs work with IKEA tradfri gateway/hub? FYI I called IKEA today to ask about the E14 bulb and the fact that no IKEA has stock of said bulb and they told me that the E14 bulb was recalled due to safety concerns.

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Discounts on Alexa models and selected Smart products: Buy two or more selected smart home products and save 15% at checkout @ Amazon
29/04/2018Expires on 29/04/2018Found 9th AprFound 9th Apr
From 00:00 BST Tuesday, 3 April, 2018 to 23:59 BST Sunday, 29 April, 2018, save at least 15% on smart home starter bundles (Ts & Cs apply), or buy two or more from a range of s… Read more

Poor deal. Better deals have been available recently on the Echo for instance. Ditto Philips Hue starter kits. Wish there was a standard that forced all hubs to interoperate as daft having Nest, Hue, Osram, Samsung, etc. I prefer TP-Link that does not need a hub

amazon echo spot white +Philips hue white starter set £146.99
Found 8th AprFound 8th Apr
I think is good price

Great post @khakhad (highfive)


It is a smart speaker with a screen, designed primarily as a bedside clock although mine is in the lounge. The beauty of it being that you get visual as well as auditory responses which is very nice indeed. Songs have scrolling lyrics, weather reports are backed up with graphical representations etc etc. I personally much prefer it to just a speaker but it is a personal preference not necessarily shared by all I'm sure :-)


yeah the title needs work, as to get the Hue starter and the Echo for this price is pretty good


Isn’t the spot a smart speaker you can talk to? Genuine question! I just assumed it was like an echo dot with a small screen. Or were you implying “of a decent sound quality”?


Good price if that's what you want but can't see the point to the Echo Spot myself. Either get a smart speaker you can talk to, or use your smartphone which doesn't have the world's smallest screen.

Philips Hue Colour E14, £29.99 at Amazon / Dispatched from and sold by Maplin_Webdeals.
Found 6th AprFound 6th Apr
Philips Hue Colour E14, now £29.99 at Amazon, presumably matching the Maplin "Flash Sale", so will probably only stay this price for a day or two.
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Great, thanks for posting 8)


Fantastic price. Been watching these for ages. Cheapest I’ve ever seen them. Grabbed 4. Thanks OP


Darn wanted to use my £5 off for Amazon assistant but getting one anyway as I've got credit. Thanks! Hot! Edit: Got one. Just noticed same Maplin price on eBay too.

2 x Philips Hue Colour Bulbs, Philips Hue Bridge, + Google Home Mini for £99.99 @ Argos
Found 6th AprFound 6th Apr
Good bundle price at Argos. Available for E14, E27, B22 & GU10 colour bulbs.
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It was oos at my store So I made an order online on friday to collect on monday But its still processing for the bulbs and hue bridge Does anyone experience the same issue?


Yes, I reserved them Friday night. I should have been clearer in my post, apologies. I had to show the emails in store to help the staff in both stores but was easy enough


Another advantage of not needing to use light switch's is that it reduces your cleaning (y)


Did u reserve them before you went to the store?


Many thanks op for this, much appreciated. Managed to pick myself up two full sets, sadly from different Argos stores. The self service price wasn't discounted but in both stores, the sales assistant told me, I'd pay the reserved price, not the instore price. I even watched one of them over-ride the prices on the til. Got the spare bridge and mini's on ebay now. Could end up being a superb bargain, many thanks again :)

Extra 25% off some Philips Hue bulbs at Maplin, including E14 colour for £29.99
Found 6th AprFound 6th Apr
Extra 25% off flash sale at Maplin. Includes: White Ambience GU10 @ £17.99 White Ambience E14 @ £17.99 White & Colour Ambience E14 @ £29.99 White Ambience E27 or B22 @ £17.99 W… Read more
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Ur imagination would be your limitation


I use OpenHAB, and have an almost fully automated home (highfive) ...until I move and have to do it all again. You’re right about an addiction though. I’m predominantly z-wave, hue and Somfy blinds. The Ring doorbell is the only thing that fails me, and falls out of my openHAB ecosystem, due to lack of API :(


I would be interested to hear what smart things can add to the Hue experience


Now move to smart things to really take advantage of what hue can do for u. And start a new addiction..


Hardcore! (strong)

Amazon Echo x 2 Stacked Offer Student, Amazon Assistant, Smart Home - £111.98
Found 5th AprFound 5th Apr
For people who missed the previous offer.

Yeah it does....


"That's all that matters" - because the world revolves around you, in your own little world at least.


I think I'm funny, that's all that matters really. You have your little rant though if it makes you feel good


Do you know that smart alecs aren't as smart (or funny) as they think they are? thegamekinginfo's suggestion isn't that obvious to most people and is helpful to them - doesn't really merit taking the mick, especially since you're not even being funny!


Did you know the Beatles have split up? (lol) (lol)

Sharp 40 Inch LC-40CFG6021K Smart Full HD LED TV with Freeview HD - £269.00 @Tesco Direct + Free Delivery
Found 3rd AprFound 3rd Apr
Sharp 40 Inch LC-40CFG6021K Smart Full HD LED TV with Freeview HD - £269.00 @Tesco Direct + Free Delivery PRODUCT DETAILS High quality Full HD LED display Equipped with Smart… Read more

For £99 more you can have 4K 55 inch Toshiba! This is cold, not worth more than £80.




I purchased it a week ago Model numbers are similar So hence the question


Did I have the link for the Currys TV? I could not find it


Currys is £69 cheaper?

Ring Video Doorbell 2 - £126.65 @ Wickes
Found 31st MarFound 31st Mar
Until Easter Monday, you can get an extra 15% off everything at Wickes making the Ring Video Doorbell 2 just £126.65.

Well yea it is if the nest isn't battery operated I can't though, hense my question.


Top info there. Did you get that from the manual?


Wouldn't you be better off sticking with Nest products throughout? Nest = google and Ring = Amazon. Amazon + Google = tech war! I have chosen to stay with Amazon as my Warmup heating is Alexa compatible and now I have bought the Ring through this deal. I have an echo plus and kids have fire tablets. IMHO


ANybody know where I can buy a battery separate for this in th UK? Without having to wait 3 months for it to arrive!?


Then the hassle of getting a crime number, waiting for a replacement, and everything else. Just for something some scally can do in 2 seconds.

Nest Protect for £99, Save £10 Usually £109 @ BT Shop
Found 28th MarFound 28th Mar
A wonderful smart Home gadget which really does put the mind at ease for less than £100 Looks like they are doing a bit of a flash sale for it for the Easter weekend, both the bat… Read more

Used to be available for £89.99 but £99 seems the norm now.


Cold, maplin sells it for £87.20, on eBay 20% sale this detector was sold for £83.20


Thanks I got some


you can say that again


£99 on Amazon as well and has been for a while. This isn't a deal.

2018 Xiaomi Mijia Wireless Switch House Control Center Intelligent Multifunction Smart Home Device work with mi home app £5.65   Store: Mi smartHome Store AliExpress
Found 25th MarFound 25th Mar
Xiaomi wireless switch. Three working modes - single, double and long click. Works with xiaomi gateway, possibly with Samsung smart things too. Use fee free card to get this pric… Read more

It's xiaomi blinds.


Hi Steve, how do you plan on closing the blinds? I've looked at little motors that operate the chain/drawstring. But they are either in the USA or are no longer in business. Are you buying a full new electric blind? Any help her would be much appreciated as it's about the only thing I've not been able to get a solution for. Cheers


For the motion sensor it's 2 minutes to 30 minutes when motion is detected for how long the light will stay switched on for. So in my living room, I've automated that if it detects motion then switch on Yeelight. If no motion detected for 2 minutes then switch off. I've set that for hours between 6pm and 6am though will adjust that due to summer time starting.


Custom DH - yes. I had to press it a couple of times to connect but it didn’t take long and never disconnected since


I've got that set up. Quite a few options. You mean in terms of colours for the yeelights or or the options for the motion sensor?

Philips Hue LED Smart Light Bulb and Dimmer Switch Home £19.99 with code @ Maplin eBay
Found 23rd MarFound 23rd Mar
Lowest price that I've come across. Use PAY20LESS at checkout.
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Damn it missed that one managed to find one for £26 using the code


It's out of stock


Got 2 of these for 2 bedrooms. Been after the switch for a while. Just need a switch and coloured bulb for my study now


Out of stock already


Shared it an hour ago, 7 sold in 3 minutes. It was at £22, Elgato sensor is at £29

Xiaomi Smart Home Aqara Human Motion Sensor  -  WHITE £7.33 - Gearbest
Found 22nd MarFound 22nd Mar
free shipping also Will work with Smartthings with the correct Device Handler too Main Features: Work with other Xiaomi smart devices Intelligent induction: when somebod… Read more

So last night I finally unboxed the v1 xiaomi motion sensors. Watched youtube video by smart ome automation and paired them. Renamed them too. I set my smartthings to armed. I' walking in front of the sensors but smartthings not alerting me. What am I doing wrong? The battery also states 0% but on smartthings it shows all connected.


I have not tried OpenHAB yet. With the Smartthings MQTT bridge (Smartapp) it converts all conected devices into MQTT messages and sends them onto an MQTT broker. The MQTT broker can be used in OpenHAB or as I use, Home Assistant. The plus for OpenHAB is the nice mobile App that is sadly missing for Home Assistant. So in answer to your question if OpenHAB supports the Xiaomi gateway directly then there is no need for SmartThings. Just bear in mind that you can do so much more with SmartThings and apparently then I jesting internally ZigBee v3.0 which should roll out to the general public as a software upgrade.


Thanks for confirming. So if I want to use these with OpenHAB can I just stick with the Xiaomi gateway?Or would it be better to get a smart things gateway?


Got door sensors for less than £6 each today. Search Xiaomi on HotUKDeals


Thanks - I am tempted but have no idea where I would put them :D

Logitech Smart Home Bundle (Harmony Elite Smart Remote + Hub + POP Switch) - Works with Amazon Alexa - was £299.11 now £159 @ Amazon
Found 20th MarFound 20th Mar
Use POP for controlling your audio/video devices or combine your Harmony activities with your SmartHome Tired of using an app? With POP you can provide to your family and visitors… Read more

Just so people know you can return the pop things to amazon for £60. Here to help.


Well some folks would just see it as basic manners to read through a thread before posting what has already been noted (especially one less than two pages long) - I find THAT completely unnecessary and odd and that's why I thought I would point it out to you. I've already attempted to explain to you how these threads work - your reply is now buried in the middle of this page, so if anyone wanted to come across it they would have to read through the thread, just as I did to find the info originally. What if everyone had your can't be bothered attitude? The thread would be filled with people saying the same thing over and over again... And I'm not sure you can class two replies before this one as "consistent belittling".


Ok I find your consistent belittling scary. All I tried to do was potentially help somebody without reading through an entire thread with a snippet of information I gave that may have helped just one person (and that would’ve been all I wanted) but you have to give me hassle over it. Completely unnecessary and odd


Er, except that of course they WOULD have to read through to get to your post... Jeezo, internet etiquette is long dead isn't it!?


Or by posting it it didn’t hurt and helped anybody else potentially that also didn’t wanna read through it all so yes I am thank you

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