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Philips Hue Go Portable Colour Changing LED Smart Table Lamp £56.79 Del @ Amazon
Found 16th JunFound 16th Jun
Amazing price for this item. I have one myself. Love it. Grab one before the price goes up.

Ordered and delivered today.


thanks a lot. I think I will wait for prime day


I have ordered. See if it’s anygood


These are overpriced at the moment. I agree that around £46.99 is a fair price.


Good Spot, however I’ve a feeling these will drop in price again (Prime Day). Cammel Cammel is showing the cheapiest they’ve been as £46.99 so this is overdue.

Sonos Beam Pre Order £375 with Voucher Code @ Smart Home Sounds
Found 13th JunFound 13th Jun
Smart Homes Sounds are offering the new Sonos Beam for £375 if you use "bm1" voucher code. Everywhere else it's £399.

I like Sonos. I normally avoid proprietary systems, but Sonos is compelling. Very low footprint, extemely neat and tidy, scalable, easy too use and capable performance for both music and TV. Lack of DTS/Atmos, connectivity and price have been issues, but Beam seems to improve on the latter two.


Not a replacement for the playbar or playbase, although I’ll be having one for the bedroom (y) 🏼


Decent deal, code BM2 isn’t too bad for the Beam and two play:1’s for £645


What Hifi has indicated it’s decent, most accessible kit and of course it will sync will all other Sonos speakers if you are in that ecosystem. May bite but will wait to see if the price drops around Black Friday.


No proper reviews yet are there ??? Crazy to pre order without them ? Are people treating this as a replacement to their playbar or something for a bedroom TV set up or something?

Philips Hue Home Automation Smart Bridge 2.0 £34.95 @ Amazon
Found 12th JunFound 12th Jun
The heart and brain of your Philips Hue system, this bridge enables you to control all of your Philips Hue products via the Philips Hue app, even when you're away from home Add up… Read more
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The key word in his statement being “if”.


I am sure everyone has one lying around as raspberry pi is like toothbrush or shoes. My advice would be - do not bother and waste your time unless you really do not have anything better to do. If you have, just buy this bridge, plug it, set it up ... and forget. Plenty of time (time is money) saved.


If you have a raspberry pi lying about you can use one of them instead of these! Plenty of guides on the web.


Great price!

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Google Home Mini + Chromecast for £49 (30 pounds off) @ Currys
Found 10th JunFound 10th Jun
Pretty much are getting the Chromecast for free seeing as the Home Mini retail price is 49.
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Clearly for gaining market share, they cost hardly anything to make.


Google, tell alexa to switch off the heating. Alexa; you ***** do it yourself (lol)


I couldn't find it on my phone when checking yesterday. Would have gone for if it had.


So many deals for the minis. Why? Are they not selling well?


Can this be done through the eBay store getting an addition 10% off?

Yale Smart Home Alarm & View Kit - SR-330 £131 instore @ Homebase
LocalLocalFound 9th JunFound 9th Jun
This is £372.93 on Amazon at the moment - My local Homebase (Galwally, Belfast) are selling them for £131. Insane deal. I bought the SR-320 for £189 just 10 days ago! Ragin'!
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I purchased SR 340for £180 from homebase, thought that's bargaib


Above an upstairs opening window. have someone hang on to your legs.


Put it somewhere u can get to easy. When u gonna change the batteries on the siren u will thank me. Obviously not on ground level. High enough so that they need a ladder. Higher than someone standing on the bins


Bought this early last year for similar, still not fit it yet. Need a deal on extendable ladders, otherwise might look a bit odd 7 ft up the wall



Yale Smart Home Alarm, view & control kit - SR-340 now £180.27 instore at Homebase
LocalLocalFound 7th JunFound 7th Jun
Just saw this at my local Homebase (Bishop Auckland) they had a bunch left in stock perhaps about 4-5, I never bought it instead I bought the Sr-320 (none left in stock) as it seem… Read more

Picked one up in robroyston £94.50 (y) thanks op


No service charge, all devices connect via smart hub to wifi. The camera is motion triggered but image only, not video


Looks like a great deal of you can find it. Does it have a mobile sim in it or do I need to buy one. What's the service charge?


Got it. It’s still £350 on Amazon, amazing price!


Good deal, just bought last one in stock from newcastle. Think they still have the standard model in stock

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Yale Smart Home Alarm Kit £94.50 @ Homebase Instore only
LocalLocalFound 7th JunFound 7th Jun
Just picked up from Homebase Wolverhampton. It is showing £189 but scanned only £94.50. Features Control via Smartphone - Arm/disarm and configure your alarm anytime, anywhere vi… Read more

Ended up getting the pir cameras also which links to alarms, some of the northern Ireland branches have some left as I got one for my parents today.


Picked one up along with the remote also for a fiver! Thanks


Picked one of these up in Crawley today. Thanks OP


Get one, they're great!


whats your vedict on this, ive reserved one over?

Full Yale Smart Home Alarm with Camera £360.54 @ Amazon - Prime exclusive
Found 5th JunFound 5th Jun
SR-340 Lowest price ever at Amazon. No monthly fee. Full system: 1 x Yale Smart Home Alarm Hub; 1 x Exterior Siren; 1 x Exterior Dummy Siren; 2x PIR Motion Detector; 1 x PIR Image/… Read more
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Just paid £180 for this at homebase.


Got it - the alarm isn’t that loud very flexible re install - no wires homebase just had a 1/3rd off additional bits to add - which made it very affordable camera isn’t great at all - 720p - not a video camera either - just takes a snapshot when activated can disable certain functions to prolong battery life


Just checked the online app and it say an firmware update is available so I'll do mine when I get home.


Overpriced for what it is. I bought the £170 version reduced to £130, has a larger more sturdier pad and telephone alerts, 2door contacts and 2 sensors along with siren and dummy box. Plus have cctv with remote viewing and email alerts for £130 and on the lookout for a standard indoor camera worth motion sensor with alerts/remote viewing for under £50. Personally feel I'm better off


Bought the one at 190 recently. Wondering whether to get this instead....good price.

Price drop on Anker Eufy Genie Smart Home Speaker - Amazon Alexa Built In Now £22.99 at MyMemory
Found 4th JunFound 4th Jun
From My Memory £22.99 with free delivery . Eufy Genie is fully integrated with the Alexa voice-control system. She tells you the news, weather, sports scores, and your calendar. An… Read more

Same for me!


Comes up at 24.99 for me is a code around or ?


From what I understand, this one doesn't support voice calling


Just be mindful the warranty is covered by mymemory and not Anker so not as good customer service. Bought a PowerCore which failed less than 4 weeks later and the hassle I had to return it to mymemory for a refund... who originally told me to contact Anker for replacement... for me not worth the effort again.


bit louder and more base than echo dot. basically the same.

Smartthings hub in Maplin (Edinburgh) - £40
LocalLocalFound 2nd JunFound 2nd Jun
Plenty left on the shelf in Edinburgh

Sheffield Hillsborough is closed but the one in city centre is still open.


Tottenham Hale and Edmonton are closed


Pretty sure Holborn is closed


Harrow (closed )


If your in london Area I think the stores in Central london will be open the longest in the london area as they are still restocking shelves mainly from left over stock from stores that have closed Also on the final last day a maplin store (not much stock will be left by then) is open do not be surprised if you see 70% off, 80% off, 90% off + Buy one get one free / 10 for 1, 5 for 1 / a large box or bag of stuff for £5-20 These Central London stores have the best stock Kesington (lots of random stock) Liverpool Street (lots of audio visual, computer cables) Oxford Circus (lots of random stock) Tottenham Court Road (lots of audio visual, computer cables) Bayswater / Queensway (lots of random stock) All these London stores have closed Clapham Junction Croydon Enfield Town Forest Hill Kingston Upon Thames Marble Arch New Malden Streatham Wimbledon Wembley These London stores might still be open or perminently closed Beckton Camden Canary Wharf (Still Open) Chadwell Heath (Probably Closed) Charlton Ealing Edmonton Hammersmith Harrow Holborn Monument Putney St Pauls Staples Corner Strand Stratford Sutton (Probably Closed) Tottenham Hale Uxbridge Other Stores Open (based on other maplin deals posted on hukd) 1st Manchester 2nd Manchester Stockport Crewe Norwich Reading Doncaster Milton Keynes Farnborough Banbury Thurrock Lakeside Other Stores Closed (based on other maplin deals posted on hukd) Bradford Woking

Yale Smart Home Alarm Kit £189 @ Homebase
Found 1st JunFound 1st Jun
Features Control via Smartphone - Arm/disarm and configure your alarm anytime, anywhere via your Smartphone. Remote Viewing - PIR Image Camera captures images and displays on Smar… Read more

managed to get SR 340 for £180 today


Saw this at £56 in Homebase Lewes.Only saw 1 on shelf at back of shop. Bought the basic £34 kit.


It's not a pretty picture you paint, quite alarming :p My experience has been different. I had the EF telephone alert series but they're similar enough so here is my view. The sensors are pretty sensitive even at 8ft height for me (wife is 5ft but still triggers it). Most alarm PIRs are visible and look similar so looking awful really shouldn't be a reason to not buy something like this. However, a wired system will be equally as 'awful' looking with trunking and cables running throughout the house - I didn't want that and couldn't afford to hide it so got the Yale solution. Yes you have to replace batteries, it will inform you when that needs to happen and they last about 2 years which is pretty good and low maintenance. IMHO get this if you're looking for a low maintenance, good value, relatively low cost solution that can be DIY installed and if you want to avoid trunking and cables or builders plastering walls to hide cables etc which has its own cost. This is also a good option if you are renting and want to protect your contents and don't want to invest in a permanent solution - something like this can be installed and removed with little evidence of it being there. Not to mention you can take this to any new property. However, if you want something with 0 maintenance and don't mind the cables in sight (or can hide the cables or are getting the house rewired) and can afford the cost of a professionally fitted system then go for it - it's far superior.


I have had the EF-Series Telecommunicating Alarm Kit in the past - great product, easy to install and manage. Would recommend it. I think other's have mentioned that this one works on broadband and not telephone line (so won't call you but send you an alert on your app if your broadband is working). However, this is mostly a deterrent and most burglars are looking for quick wins/easy hits - they don't want confrontation or attention ever. Saying that, here are some tips since you're in the market for security: 1. Get timer based lights or plugs that switch a lamp on and off when you're away in the evening. You can get light boxes that mimic TVs behind curtains too. 2. Cut shorter any tall hedges that thieves can hide behind. 3. Get friendly with neighbours and give them your mobile and take there's in case of an emergency when either is out of town/home. 4. Use pebbles/stones in walkways or near fences - they make a lot of noise and put of thieves because they can't quietly creep up to the property. 5. Get CCTV (even fake ones) - the real thing is relatively cheap technology now - wireless ones exist and are plug and play. 6. Use signs on doors and windows which mention alarms. 7. If you're replacing locks soon, look for Secured By Design locks - the Met Police recommend these too. Multi-lock doors are good but there's no point if you can just bend the plastic/uPVC back (happened to me when a thief broke in with a screwdriver) so look for secure doors (these can be expensive!) like Rock Doors or Solidoors. 8. One of my favourite tips - get a large dog bowl and some dog toys and leave them near the back door and stick up "Beware of Dog" signs. That's enough to deter somebody from coming into your home uninvited. 9. Last but not least - get some LED solar lights up in dark areas like alley ways - they are practical but also a deterrent especially the ones that stay on during the night dimmed and light up brightly when they sense movement (PIR sensors). They do not work very well at night. Mpow and the likes do them and they're also relatively cheap and very effective. Hope this has helped somebody and hope nobody has to suffer from burglary and privacy invasion like that. (y)


And are they?

Free Xbox One X with Samsung 75” 4K TV £2499 @ BT Shop
Found 31st MayFound 31st May
I think everyone is going a little mad with World Cup promotions, this TV comes with a free Xbox One X (excited) (shock) Perfect for playing FIFA in between the World Cup matches… Read more

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No. I've interviewed 'most people' and he's wrong.






He’s right though. Sony are absolutely dominating this gen. Most people would rather have a ps4 pro than a 1x. 3rd party titles of course still perform better on the x though.

Anker Eufy Genie Smart Home Speaker - Amazon Alexa Built In £22.99 @ MyMemory
Found 28th MayFound 28th May
Eufy Genie is fully integrated with the Alexa voice-control system. She tells you the news, weather, sports scores, and your calendar. And with ever-expanding skills she provides t… Read more

I've got Echo dot and Accelerate (as mentioned in previous post) both are great, but the accelerate does not have certain features, e.g. making phone calls on Alexa, which is a real bonus for me with the dot - as i can take it abroad and get amazing quality calls home for free


There's also the Accelerate Buddy Speaker from Home Bargains for £29.99, I decided to pick one up this weekend and it's not too bad. Compared to this it has a louder speaker, Bluetooth and a built in battery (which probably lasts about 4 hours, probably more if just using it as a BT speaker). Although if you already have Echo devices, they don't work well together, the Echos can work out which one is being used and only that one will respond, these don't so Saturday night when testing it out I also had an Echo Dot giving me answers, the Echo was also much faster at answering than the Accelarte


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so is this a cheaper alternative to amazon echo


Oddly enough I was just looking at this and it seems like a decent deal. (highfive)

TP-LINK HS110 Smart Plug (With energy monitoring) £26 delivered or C+C at
Found 24th MayFound 24th May
Great price on this plug, this is the more expensive HS110 model, which I personally use and love keeping track of energy consumption via the Tp-link app. ---First time deal poste… Read more
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It's not currently at that price. But it has in the past and may well be again. Best thing I can suggest is you set up on alert on camelcamelcamel!


I got some on the 3 for 2, couldnt get number 1 setup correctly so tried a second and it work fine so maybe I missed something. Really useful, ill look at the other 1 at some point.


Voted hot. I can't see why this has gone cold. I guess there are more dumb people than sane people on HUKD


These are great to use with the app etc and wifi never let me down. Think I got a 3 for 2 at Argos last month but that's gone. Also have a few of TP lamps So made TP my make for smart lamps and sockets after playing with few makes.


This is an OK price. I am always on the look for these for my miners. Been looking of amazon for a while and haven't seen any advertised as UK ones. They seem to have disappeared. All others I have found are 35 quid - so hot!

Yale Smart Home Alarm SR-320 £189.00 @ Amazon
Found 23rd MayFound 23rd May
SR-320 Smart Home Alarm system from Yale. Included in the package is the smart hub, alarm, keypad, 2 motion detectors and 1 door sensor plus batteries and fittings. This is the l… Read more
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Mine still on both old systems and funny thing is when I press it to learn on the smart system I set an alarm off road the road. So if this fails I can just power the old system up and everything is still linked up.


Set it all up yesterday, great system, so easy to use. There is a 50 free SMS alert limit though!


Mine turned up yesterday. Took about 30 mins to install today. All items already paired. Easy setup. Great system so far


It's arrived and connected to Yale and noticed that the web version is stopping working on the 24th May (25th today) so don't expect that to stay live. Will run via the apps only. Can the internal sounder be turned off on the hub? I can't see it listed. It would send the dog crazy in the house going off. Notice it doesn't have a tamper on the hub but It will be either in a cupboard or upstairs now it doesn't have a keypad built in.


I thought they came paired in the box.

25% off Hive Home Products with British Gas rewards
Found 11th MayFound 11th May
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Shows how much profit this bloated bunch of Fat Cats are making , pity they don't pass these on the customer's overinflated , constantly increasing bills instead of the big bosses bonuses .


Great Thanks for Posting (y)

Zolo Mojo WiFi/Bluetooth Google Assistant Smart Home Speaker £34.98 delivered @ Scan
Found 9th MayFound 9th May
Thought this was an steal for the price! Looks easy on the eye, good sound, expect it to be well built as from Anker - Full details below, i've also included a Video via YT so can … Read more
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It needs a plug


I believe that this is running a much older firmware than the Google Home mini. The Zolo is running cast 1.25 and the Mini is running cast 1.31 this means that the phone call feature and some other things are not available on the Zolo, until they update it


Is it a 5v input but using a 2.1mm plug? If so, that makes a difference to me as I'll just buy a converter lead from ebay to run it from my USB outlets.


Yes it is but has mic mute button


No and wish it was a micro usb then could use power bank but may get out the soldering iron and make up a lead shame I can’t pop to Mapljn to buy the correct round power socket oh well Cpc may have

NETGEAR VMC3040S Arlo Q Plus Smart Home 1080p Full HD Security Camera, Night Vision and Full 2-Way Audio, PoE and SD Card Slot for Local Recording, Works with Amazon Alexa, White £119.99 @ Amazon
Found 9th MayFound 9th May
1080 p HD - enjoy amazingly sharp 1080 p video Free cloud recording - store and review last 7 days of recordings for free + upgrade options Power over ethernet - power the camera… Read more

Yes that's normal.


I’ve noticed it’s slow takes around 5 seconds on live feed to see movement is this normal ? (Viewing mobile )


Great price though I sent back the one I had. Poor Wi-Fi reception. The Yi I got instead doing a sterling job for a fraction of the price's Also the pigtail is pathetic I would like a long thin cable and then switch to Ethernet at the end of it which was what precluded me from solving the Wi-Fi issue by going wired (preferred)


This is a great price for the Q Plus!

NETGEAR VMS3130 Arlo Smart Home Single HD Security Camera Kit, 100 Percent Wire-Free, Indoor/Outdoor with Night Vision, Works with Amazon Alexa, White £119.99 @ Amazon
Found 9th MayFound 9th May
Works with Amazon Alexa/Echo Show/FireTV - view your live video with a simple voice command See in stunning clarity and sharper details with HD cameras and watch live streamed or … Read more

These came out a year or two before the Pro range. A first generation product you might describe it as!


The Pro is rechargeable while these are the non-Pro. Nothing to do with generations. This is a good price but won’t vote. Owned a triple set and sent back. Poor range on one and stuck IR filter in the other. There must be a reason why Amazon Warehouse always has these in stock.


Ordered glad it never went hot gave me chance to bag a bargain 😜




Possibly getting cold vote for this being the first generation version, which is not as good as the latest equipment. From what I’ve read, these take batteries that need regular replacement if you like to check your feeds. The newer version comes with rechargeable battery packs, and for some that will offer better value over time than the cost of batteries, especially if you have multiple.

NETGEAR VMC3030 Arlo Smart Home Add-on HD Security Camera, 100 Percent Wire-Free, Indoor/Outdoor with Night Vision, Works with Amazon Alexa, White £69.99 @ Amazon
Found 9th MayFound 9th May
Works with Amazon Alexa/Echo Show/FireTV - view your live video with a simple voice command See in stunning clarity and sharper details with HD cameras and watch live streamed or … Read more

useful discount on Currys price £90 HOT


On the look out for the 1080p version but prices are eye watering


You'll need a Arlo smart home base station before purchasing this security camera.


Voted by mistake. This is not the 1080p model

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