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Topic # 240070 18-Aug-2018 22:44
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Google Home Smart Speaker - two options:

Treatme: 149 + 9.99 shipping

https://shopping.treatme.co.nz/google-home-smart-speaker

Catch of the day NZ: $124. + 7.50 shipping

https://m.catchoftheday.co.nz/product/google-home-smart-speaker-451661

Catch of the day notes it is the Australian version. As far as I know there is no NZ market version so both are Australia market version.

Anything bad to say about COTD?


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  Reply # 2075570 18-Aug-2018 23:14
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Catch Of The Day has been a thing here in Oz for years... I've never had a problem with them.

 

 

 

I also have 7 GHomes (9 if you count the 2 my daughters in NZ have).

 

The COTD price is pretty damn good for a full GH!


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  Reply # 2075571 18-Aug-2018 23:30
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Seven in one house! Should I be concerned they are addictive? ; ).

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  Reply # 2075614 19-Aug-2018 10:20
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The audio quality on the Home isn't worth the extra over and above the mini (IMO) unless you need the top mount touch controls, which are far better on the Home than the mini.

I have 1 Home and 4 minis, so @blakamin wins!




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