Expired Hot Deals

[Staples] Staples - $30.00 off any Order over $200.00

  • Last Updated:
  • May 30th, 2019 1:58 am
Newbie
Aug 30, 2017
80 posts
20 upvotes
stolenfire wrote:
Apr 22nd, 2019 10:09 am
Got the AirPods on my doorstep this morning...Happy Easter folks
They do deliveries today? Who they ship with and where you live? Mines says the carrier is FDX which I'm assuming is Fedex? Didn't get a tracking number though.
Newbie
Dec 5, 2016
52 posts
63 upvotes
solairerfd wrote:
Apr 22nd, 2019 1:14 pm
They do deliveries today? Who they ship with and where you live? Mines says the carrier is FDX which I'm assuming is Fedex? Didn't get a tracking number though.
Fedex and courier services are not off today so you should be expecting yours today as well. Good luck!
Deal Addict
User avatar
Sep 13, 2015
1061 posts
874 upvotes
Alberta
I was waiting for the nest hello to get restocked for this deal, but unfortunately the sale on the Hello just ended..
Deal Addict
Dec 31, 2013
1300 posts
694 upvotes
condo
5992392718124316
Valid in-store and online at Staples.ca Exp.: 23-Apr-19

Please let me know when this has been used. Cheers!
Deal Addict
Apr 2, 2006
1173 posts
151 upvotes
Anyone with Nest Hello can chime in on monthly data usage?

According to Nest up to 120GB/month but others have reported substantially higher usage. I don't have a large cap so concerned about exceeding it . I suppose can lower resolution to medium/low but that defeats the purpose of having a video door bell if I don't set it to high resolution.

Thank you.
Member
Mar 18, 2007
251 posts
60 upvotes
$30 off your purchase of $200 or more.†
(Conditions and exclusions apply.)

5992392116105560
Valid in-store and online at Staples.ca Exp.: 23-Apr-19
Jr. Member
User avatar
Feb 11, 2019
122 posts
92 upvotes
ON
I'm seeing an average of about 300GB/mo with just the Nest Hello,
Deal Addict
Apr 2, 2006
1173 posts
151 upvotes
overtask wrote:
Apr 22nd, 2019 6:18 pm
I'm seeing an average of about 300GB/mo with just the Nest Hello,
Thank you. Isn’t that a lot of data usage? I know it’s 24/7 recording but that may sway me to the Ring Pro instead...
Sr. Member
Jul 31, 2015
840 posts
416 upvotes
AB
crustydragon wrote:
Apr 22nd, 2019 8:36 pm
Thank you. Isn’t that a lot of data usage? I know it’s 24/7 recording but that may sway me to the Ring Pro instead...
Depends on quality set.. high is about 300.. auto about half that.
Deal Fanatic
Nov 17, 2004
6492 posts
908 upvotes
Toronto
Bought turbo tax and 2 boxes of paper, saving $30 never felt so boring yet satisfying at the same time.
I workout to get big so I can pickup bricks and ****.
Jr. Member
User avatar
Feb 11, 2019
122 posts
92 upvotes
ON
A lot is pretty relative, in my case with the gigabit+unlimited bandwidth I don't really think about it. However, Rogers upload speed is throttled to 30Mb/s, so I could see upload taking a hit with a couple cameras at 300GB/mo (≈0.9Mb/s per camera)
Deal Addict
Apr 2, 2006
1173 posts
151 upvotes
U4LIFE wrote:
Apr 22nd, 2019 8:37 pm
Depends on quality set.. high is about 300.. auto about half that.
Are you happy with the ‘auto’ quality?
Deal Addict
Apr 2, 2006
1173 posts
151 upvotes
overtask wrote:
Apr 22nd, 2019 8:50 pm
A lot is pretty relative, in my case with the gigabit+unlimited bandwidth I don't really think about it. However, Rogers upload speed is throttled to 30Mb/s, so I could see upload taking a hit with a couple cameras at 300GB/mo (≈0.9Mb/s per camera)
Yes it is relative. I have Shaw cap of 1TB but family does a lot of streaming so it will get us up there close to cap.

Just wondering if that by itself is worth considering Ring Pro record on motion detection which is significantly less in terms of data uploaded to the cloud.
Jr. Member
User avatar
Feb 11, 2019
122 posts
92 upvotes
ON
crustydragon wrote:
Apr 22nd, 2019 9:29 pm
Yes it is relative. I have Shaw cap of 1TB but family does a lot of streaming so it will get us up there close to cap.

Just wondering if that by itself is worth considering Ring Pro record on motion detection which is significantly less in terms of data uploaded to the cloud.
The deciding factor for me was the seamless integration with Google Home Hub, I believe the Echo Show is a tad more flexible in that regard

Top