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Woot! by Amazon [woot.com] has select Amazon Echo Devices (new & used) on sale for $14.99+. $5 off on the Amazon Echo 1st Gen (Used) in black or white for $19.99 when you log in with your Prime account. Free Shipping w/ Prime.
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  • Amazon Echo Show (1st Generation), Used - Very Good, $34.99
  • Echo Dot (3rd Gen) - Smart speaker with Alexa, New, $24.99
  • Echo Glow Smart Lamp for Kids, Used - Very Good, $14.99 NLA
  • Echo Dot Kids Edition (Blue), New, $24.99 NLA
  • Echo Spot - Smart Alarm Clock with Alexa, New (Mexico Version), $49.99 NLA
  • Amazon Echo (1st Generation),Used - Very Good, $19.99 with Prime (Save $5) NLA
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superpimp2g asked this question on 08-20-2021 at 10:12 AM
08-20-2021 at 10:12 AM
1st gen real echo is much better. We still have our 1st Gen in our bedroom and dots everywhere else and I’ve been so tempted to swap the dot in my office for one of these cheap old ones.
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Yes. I ordered two stick up cameras in "Used - acceptable" condition. These came today and they are both in original boxes with Refurbished stickers. The other one looks brand new and the other one has a very minor blemish that no one will never notice but it looks like it was never installed.

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To turn off Things to Try, tap More > Settings >Notifications > Things to Try. Turn off both toggles.

To turn on Brief Mode, tap More > Settings > Voice Responses > enable Brief Mode. (While you're there, flip on Whisper Mode too).
I have had Alexa since 2014 and there are at least one in every room of my house. But recently Amazon has been over the top with unwanted advertising on these devices, and I will not buy another. You can't even ask the time without being told, "By the way, would you like to hear my book recommendations?", etc.
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I have had Alexa since 2014 and there are at least one in every room of my house. But recently Amazon has been over the top with unwanted advertising on these devices, and I will not buy another. You can't even ask the time without being told, "By the way, would you like to hear my book recommendations?", etc.
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I have had Alexa since 2014 and there are at least one in every room of my house. But recently Amazon has been over the top with unwanted advertising on these devices, and I will not buy another. You can't even ask the time without being told, "By the way, would you like to hear my book recommendations?", etc.
I've had some luck keeping them to a minimum with replying "No, and don't ask again" but I'm not sure if it makes any difference.
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Alexa worked great for me until recently. I've now had to unplug and re plug a few of them that weren't playing music correctly
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I have had Alexa since 2014 and there are at least one in every room of my house. But recently Amazon has been over the top with unwanted advertising on these devices, and I will not buy another. You can't even ask the time without being told, "By the way, would you like to hear my book recommendations?", etc.
Same here I have every device they made and the ads and solicitation are annoying . Also I notice sometimes the devices become glitchy for no reason despite perfect wifi signal. That said in for a 1st gen show to replace a Spot.
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I have had Alexa since 2014 and there are at least one in every room of my house. But recently Amazon has been over the top with unwanted advertising on these devices, and I will not buy another. You can't even ask the time without being told, "By the way, would you like to hear my book recommendations?", etc.
To turn off Hunches, tap More > Settings > Hunches.

To turn off Things to Try, tap More > Settings >Notifications > Things to Try. Turn off both toggles.

To turn on Brief Mode, tap More > Settings > Voice Responses > enable Brief Mode. (While you're there, flip on Whisper Mode too).
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To turn off Hunches, tap More in the Alexa app, then Settings, then Hunches. A simple toggle controls the feature.
That's great, thanks. Your username is concerning in regards to these devices, though 😬

My various Echoes are a big CF now. She doesn't listen anymore without us yelling, there's a delay in her "answering" (the acknowledgment chime/blue ring) which sometimes results in multiple yells, and the wrong rooms are often hearing the wake word first. I'm not sure if this is a result of newer ones (echo gen 2/3, dot gen 3, show 8) working worse than the older ones, or something Amazon did to screw up / make worse the capability to intelligently perceive which one you are closer to.

Take me back to original gen 1 times when she listened, played music, and the hack to get her to turn on hue lights worked and it was awesome
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To turn off Hunches, tap More > Settings > Hunches.

To turn off Things to Try, tap More > Settings >Notifications > Things to Try. Turn off both toggles.

To turn on Brief Mode, tap More > Settings > Voice Responses > enable Brief Mode. (While you're there, flip on Whisper Mode too).
Thanks for the suggestions, but I'm already quite familiar with all the settings. I will try Brief mode again to see if that reduces unsolicited sales pitches in audio devices, but as far as I've ever been able to tell in the past, it just changes "OK" to a sound.

Hunches has nothing to do with the excessive chatter. Hunches doesn't do anything unless you enable one.

Turning off "Things to Try" in the app does not affect Show devices and does not disable unsolicited "By the way" chatter on audio devices. There is also a "Things to Try" in device settings on Show, but it has no toggle there .. just a list of more "Things to Try."
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I will try Brief mode again to see if that reduces unsolicited sales pitches in audio devices, but as far as I've ever been able to tell in the past, it just changes "OK" to a sound.
Just following up. Four hours after setting brief mode, I asked Alexa to set a timer. She did so, and then proceeded to tell me all about how she can set reminders from my calendar. So no, brief mode has nothing to do with the stopping the annoying Amazon self-promotion.,
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I have had Alexa since 2014 and there are at least one in every room of my house. But recently Amazon has been over the top with unwanted advertising on these devices, and I will not buy another. You can't even ask the time without being told, "By the way, would you like to hear my book recommendations?", etc.
Yeah they ruined them but i bet was there plan sell so many most own then long term plan goes into effect ad to hell. My thing now says you want to buy this when i asked the time. I rarely use now.
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Just following up. Four hours after setting brief mode, I asked Alexa to set a timer. She did so, and then proceeded to tell me all about how she can set reminders from my calendar. So no, brief mode has nothing to do with the stopping the annoying Amazon self-promotion.,
Setting the devices to kids mode will stop them entirely - and create different problems.
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