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Who gives a fark what y'all got on a price mistake on a different day. That's not the point of the post.
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So you're basically saving $6 if you buy 3, gotcha.
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fantastic deal. thanks. grabbing for Christmas gift.
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So you're basically saving $6 if you buy 3, gotcha.
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$20 is about the right price point for these, considering the frequent sales. I wouldn't hesitate to buy at $20 if you want one (or three, I guess).
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So you're basically saving $6 if you buy 3, gotcha.
22 x 3 = 66 - 60 = 6. Wow, I guess you're right!!!
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Imagine willingly paying for your own personal big brother device. Not that it matters because your cellphones are loaded with the same shit these days, but like, do you really need to ask an Alexa device anything valuable you can't just google on your phone, thats literally always on you anyways?

What am I not getting here? Whats the appeal? This seems as stupid to me as "the clapper".
I use them for glass breaking sensors with my security system. Amazon is very similar to Google for me when it comes to privacy. Yes, they are selling all of our data, but at least they are providing something useful in exchange.
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Who gives a fark what y'all got on a price mistake on a different day. That's not the point of the post.
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I use them for glass breaking sensors with my security system. Amazon is very similar to Google for me when it comes to privacy. Yes, they are selling all of our data, but at least they are providing something useful in exchange.
How do you use them as sensors?
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How do you use them as sensors?
In guard mode, they listen for the sound of glass, and smoke alarms. It also integrates with the ring alarm.
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Imagine willingly paying for your own personal big brother device. Not that it matters because your cellphones are loaded with the same shit these days, but like, do you really need to ask an Alexa device anything valuable you can't just google on your phone, thats literally always on you anyways?

What am I not getting here? Whats the appeal? This seems as stupid to me as "the clapper".
Thanks grandpa
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Security is bad for you this Amazon device
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