The UK is a country of big disposable incomes, but in many cases it also has big disposable budgets.
Here are the best bargains for the UK’s expats.
First up is a top 10 list of the most expensive appliances in the country.
They include the following:• Samsung smart TVs, which are the most popular in the market with over 40 million units sold in 2016, at £1,000• Panasonic electric cars, at around £300• Philips Hue lightbulbs, at more than £100• Amazon Alexa lights, which can be used for voice-activated devices, at just £15• Nest thermostats, which cost about £70• Sony smart speakers, which include the Sony XA-S100, at a discounted price of £50• Philips speakers, at almost £100Each of these is the most valuable brand on the list and they all sell for at least £100.
The cheapest is Philips Hue, which sells for around £40.
You can find them in most supermarkets, but not all.
Amazon’s Echo is the best-selling device on the market in the US, selling for just under $2,000.
That’s still far less than the $7,000 price tag for the Nest Thermostat.
However, the Echo can be controlled by Amazon Alexa, which is also the best seller in the EU.
It sells for just £6.99.
The second most expensive appliance is the £20,000 Philips Hue 2, which was made in 2014.
This is a highly-rated model, with reviews saying it’s very smart and very well-made.
However, the only one I could find online is at an extremely low price of just £5.
It’s available at a number of retailers, including B&Q, which has it for just over £3,000, and Amazon.
The Philips Hue 3 is the brand most popular for Alexa-powered lights.
It also sells for £6,200.
This is an interesting brand, with Amazon Echo coming in second place in this list, but with a very low price tag.
The only way to buy one is via B&B’s Alexa-enabled lightbulb.
It starts at £15,000 and can be bought at any B&T store, including its flagship store in Camden.
This was the cheapest model in the list, costing £10,000 at a B&P in Leeds.
It comes with a remote control and an Alexa-compatible lightbulbing system.
It has a built-in microphone and comes in three colours: white, green and purple.
The next-best-selling model is the Philips Hue 4, which comes in at £18,000 in a BHELI store in London.
This has an Alexa built-into the base, and can also be controlled via the Echo.
It is a very popular model, and is the second-most-expensive Philips product on the UK market.
This one comes in two colours, with black and white.
It has a remote-controlled lightbulking system and can control it from the Alexa app.
This Philips LED lightbulbeater is the same as the Hue 3, but has a more powerful and cheaper version.
It can be purchased at B&H and its cheaper sibling, B&S, is also available for just $10,700.
This lights up for an amazing price at £22,000 on BHES, which includes a remote and a £20 Echo remote.
This Hue lamp comes with an Amazon Alexa-equipped base, but you can also control it via the Hue app.
This model is more expensive than the others on this list at £25,000 ($32,000) at BHET.
The final cheapest model is a Philips Hue 5, which costs £22 in a similar store.
It offers an Alexa control, which allows you to control the bulb remotely.
The best-sellers on this ranking are the Philips Smart TV, which features over 40m units sold and has over 15 million sold worldwide, and the Panasonic smart TV, with over 1.3m sold worldwide.
The Sony XB-V10 is a popular TV and video player, which offers a range of functions and features.
It includes a range that includes a dedicated remote, built- in microphone, voice-controlled volume control, and built-amp controls.
This has a low price at just $1,500 ($2,500) at Amazon.
It comes in white, blue, red, and black.
The Amazon Echo is one of the best products on this top 10, and comes with Alexa built in.
It costs just under £1.5 million ($2.4 million) at the BHIT store in Edinburgh.
It’s a big player in the home appliance market, with an estimated 80m units shipped last year.
The Sony XC10 is an impressive model at £2,200 ($3,400) at a Best Buy