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3rd Gen NEST SMART THERMOSTAT & HOT WATER CONTROL PLUS FREE 3rd Gen Stand! £199.99

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I don't post often so please take it easy on me. **SCREWFIX** 3rd Gen NEST SMART THERMOSTAT & HOT WATER CONTROL Nest Smart Thermostat to remotely control your heating and hot water. Once dow…
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I don't post often so please take it easy on me.

**SCREWFIX**

3rd Gen NEST SMART THERMOSTAT & HOT WATER CONTROL

Nest Smart Thermostat to remotely control your heating and hot water. Once downloaded, the Nest app allows you to change the temperature, check your energy history and receive alerts on your smartphone. Control your hot water tank or even adjust the hot water schedule from your mobile. OpenTherm technology modulates your high efficiency condensing boiler, enabling you to save energy. Functions include auto-away to ensure the temperature adjusts after you leave and auto-schedule so that programming is not necessary, as Nest learns from you and programmes itself.

Auto-Schedule
Auto-Away
OpenTherm Technology
Remote Control
LCD Display
LCD Display

PLUS Free 3rd Gen Nest Thermostat Stand 8737K when bought together with this Nest Learning Thermostat Gen 3. Discount applied when both items are added to trolley. Promotion valid until 05/03/17.

On top of this received an email voucher for £20 off £100 spend making it a whopping £179.99! Surely you can beat that price!?
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#1
Email deal code?????
#2
Much the same product is available from Saswell (a Chinese company that delivers direct) for about £60. I have fitted the Saswell devices to both my houses (an easy job, just 3 or 4 wires depending on the original installation) and they work just fine. I can control both houses from my cell phone or iPad.
Whilst this is cheaper than I have seen the Nest product, I'll have to vote cold because a perfectly good alternative is available at one third of the price.
#3
Yeah, to second Dealhunter2k12 - was the email code a one-use jobby? or can you share it with us - if you can't then this deal should really be up for £199 except to the exclusive few who have received the email, unless I'm missing something?
#4
How is this deal for everyone when you haven't posted the code to get it for the price your deal states and you haven't named the supplier.

Edited By: Dealhunter2k12 on Feb 16, 2017 10:42
1 Like #5
Dealhunter2k12 - just for your info, it looks like it's screwfix in the title and when you click through the 'Get Deal' button. I think I'm going to stick with the £159.99 from Npower myself and maybe buy a third party stand from Ebay eventually.
#6
othen
Much the same product is available from Saswell (a Chinese company that delivers direct) for about £60. I have fitted the Saswell devices to both my houses (an easy job, just 3 or 4 wires depending on the original installation) and they work just fine. I can control both houses from my cell phone or iPad.
Whilst this is cheaper than I have seen the Nest product, I'll have to vote cold because a perfectly good alternative is available at one third of the price.


​Same could be said for many things that get posted. There are a tone of Chinese alternatives to the likes of iPhone and Samsung phones etc. but people still vote hot based on the deal. As you'll find from a lot of people who buy from China, the difficulty comes from needing to return products for replacement along with ongoing support and customer service. Returning products can cost almost as much as the item. Language barriers can cause issue with even basic support and you have less guarantee that there will be ongoing support and updates.
#7
grimmy58
Dealhunter2k12 - just for your info, it looks like it's screwfix in the title and when you click through the 'Get Deal' button. I think I'm going to stick with the £159.99 from Npower myself and maybe buy a third party stand from Ebay eventually.

Yeah the deal has been updated now but still no code for the discount
#8
Sorry, but I'm going to have to vote cold. From what you say, you purchase at £199. Then receive a £20 voucher? So your still paying £199? The voucher will just give you money off your next purchase of £100 or more......

Now edit the price back to £199 and then highlight the free stand, you might have got heat for that.

Edited By: peter1969uk on Feb 16, 2017 11:08
#9
how much is installation?
2 Likes #10
tom6195
how much is installation?

From the looks of it, its relatively an easy installation. If you happy to remove the boiler cover to gain access to the wiring. If your not comfortable, then a good boiler installer would easily have it installed in 10 minutes.

https://nest.com/support/article/How-to-install-your-Nest-Learning-Thermostat

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dHKD-9uI24I

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gvwjb0bDESE

Edited By: peter1969uk on Feb 16, 2017 11:22: changes a link
1 Like #11
othen
Much the same product is available from Saswell (a Chinese company that delivers direct) for about £60. I have fitted the Saswell devices to both my houses (an easy job, just 3 or 4 wires depending on the original installation) and they work just fine. I can control both houses from my cell phone or iPad.
Whilst this is cheaper than I have seen the Nest product, I'll have to vote cold because a perfectly good alternative is available at one third of the price.

What an idiot! Like comparing a Ferrari to a Fiesta!
#12
othen
Much the same product is available from Saswell (a Chinese company that delivers direct) for about £60. I have fitted the Saswell devices to both my houses (an easy job, just 3 or 4 wires depending on the original installation) and they work just fine. I can control both houses from my cell phone or iPad.
Whilst this is cheaper than I have seen the Nest product, I'll have to vote cold because a perfectly good alternative is available at one third of the price.

Do you have a link?
3 Likes #13
Can be had cheaper...got letter in post from Screwfix - 15% of next order (min spend £25).

Quote code: SFG128W22 (not sure how to post JPEG pic when commenting)

Can't be used online (which is helpful...NOT) but per the small print can quote code over the phone?

Anyway, good work for sharing OP and don't be disheartened by cold votes...the site has certainly changed over the years and unfortunately cheap bog rolls and Lidl's standard priced fruit and veg (which aren't technically a deal) are likely to get heated as default.
#14
Have to factor in installation which will vary in cost
#15
jay1
othen
Much the same product is available from Saswell (a Chinese company that delivers direct) for about £60. I have fitted the Saswell devices to both my houses (an easy job, just 3 or 4 wires depending on the original installation) and they work just fine. I can control both houses from my cell phone or iPad.
Whilst this is cheaper than I have seen the Nest product, I'll have to vote cold because a perfectly good alternative is available at one third of the price.
What an idiot! Like comparing a Ferrari to a Fiesta!

Your correct, the Fiesta is much better.
2 Likes #16
peter1969uk
jay1
othen
Much the same product is available from Saswell (a Chinese company that delivers direct) for about £60. I have fitted the Saswell devices to both my houses (an easy job, just 3 or 4 wires depending on the original installation) and they work just fine. I can control both houses from my cell phone or iPad.
Whilst this is cheaper than I have seen the Nest product, I'll have to vote cold because a perfectly good alternative is available at one third of the price.
What an idiot! Like comparing a Ferrari to a Fiesta!
Your correct, the Fiesta is much better.

*You're

*Ferrari
#17
J4Y_B
peter1969uk
jay1
othen
Much the same product is available from Saswell (a Chinese company that delivers direct) for about £60. I have fitted the Saswell devices to both my houses (an easy job, just 3 or 4 wires depending on the original installation) and they work just fine. I can control both houses from my cell phone or iPad.
Whilst this is cheaper than I have seen the Nest product, I'll have to vote cold because a perfectly good alternative is available at one third of the price.
What an idiot! Like comparing a Ferrari to a Fiesta!
Your correct, the Fiesta is much better.
*You're
*Ferrari

Your right I didn't notice that, then again, who cares? Besides the Grammer police?

Fiesta over a Ferrari any day.
1 Like #18
jay1
othen
Much the same product is available from Saswell (a Chinese company that delivers direct) for about £60. I have fitted the Saswell devices to both my houses (an easy job, just 3 or 4 wires depending on the original installation) and they work just fine. I can control both houses from my cell phone or iPad.
Whilst this is cheaper than I have seen the Nest product, I'll have to vote cold because a perfectly good alternative is available at one third of the price.
What an idiot! Like comparing a Ferrari to a Fiesta!
That is very rude of you.
I don't think I'm an idiot, as I sit here I have just turned up the temperature at our holiday home in Norfolk from 10C where it sits when we are away to 19C, so when we get there this afternoon it will be nice and warm. We will do the same when we return to out town house on Sunday. Both houses have the same Saswell system, the cost for each was about £60, it was easy to fit myself (it replaced the existing room thermostat on both cases - so just 3 or 4 wires depending on the original system) and in both cases it does almost exactly the same thing as the Nest (or Hive) solutions for between one third and one fifth of the cost.
I have no axe to grind, but who looks like an idiot now (please note that I did not call you an idiot, but others may choose to come to that conclusion).
#19
othen
jay1
othen
Much the same product is available from Saswell (a Chinese company that delivers direct) for about £60. I have fitted the Saswell devices to both my houses (an easy job, just 3 or 4 wires depending on the original installation) and they work just fine. I can control both houses from my cell phone or iPad.
Whilst this is cheaper than I have seen the Nest product, I'll have to vote cold because a perfectly good alternative is available at one third of the price.
What an idiot! Like comparing a Ferrari to a Fiesta!
That is very rude of you.
I don't think I'm an idiot, as I sit here I have just turned up the temperature at our holiday home in Norfolk from 10C where it sits when we are away to 19C, so when we get there this afternoon it will be nice and warm. We will do the same when we return to out town house on Sunday. Both houses have the same Saswell system, the cost for each was about £60, it was easy to fit myself (it replaced the existing room thermostat on both cases - so just 3 or 4 wires depending on the original system) and in both cases it does almost exactly the same thing as the Nest (or Hive) solutions for between one third and one fifth of the cost.
I have no axe to grind, but who looks like an idiot now (please note that I did not call you an idiot, but others may choose to come to that conclusion).

I feel sorry for you having to manually alter your temperature, while my Nest turns off the heating when I go out and automatically turns it on again when I am almost home. Who's the idiot now? ;)
#20
othen
jay1
othen
Much the same product is available from Saswell (a Chinese company that delivers direct) for about £60. I have fitted the Saswell devices to both my houses (an easy job, just 3 or 4 wires depending on the original installation) and they work just fine. I can control both houses from my cell phone or iPad.
Whilst this is cheaper than I have seen the Nest product, I'll have to vote cold because a perfectly good alternative is available at one third of the price.
What an idiot! Like comparing a Ferrari to a Fiesta!
That is very rude of you.
I don't think I'm an idiot, as I sit here I have just turned up the temperature at our holiday home in Norfolk from 10C where it sits when we are away to 19C, so when we get there this afternoon it will be nice and warm. We will do the same when we return to out town house on Sunday. Both houses have the same Saswell system, the cost for each was about £60, it was easy to fit myself (it replaced the existing room thermostat on both cases - so just 3 or 4 wires depending on the original system) and in both cases it does almost exactly the same thing as the Nest (or Hive) solutions for between one third and one fifth of the cost.
I have no axe to grind, but who looks like an idiot now (please note that I did not call you an idiot, but others may choose to come to that conclusion).


​This sounds very good only issue I could see is the application will it be kept up to date with phone os software so keep working for years to come but then all this stuff will come down in cost eventually so might as well replace if not I would go with this option doesn't need to be fancy just work
1 Like #21
Jaestar69
othen
Much the same product is available from Saswell (a Chinese company that delivers direct) for about £60. I have fitted the Saswell devices to both my houses (an easy job, just 3 or 4 wires depending on the original installation) and they work just fine. I can control both houses from my cell phone or iPad.
Whilst this is cheaper than I have seen the Nest product, I'll have to vote cold because a perfectly good alternative is available at one third of the price.
Do you have a link?
I have seen it advertised a few places, but here is the cheapest:
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/SAS908XWHB-7-DAY-PROGRAMMABLE-WI-FI-WIRELESS-THERMOSTAT-Android-IOS-APP-CONTROL-/232207654514?hash=item3610a79e72:g:a2oAAOSwuTxWCll0
I notice the supplier has put the postal charges up a bit (I think it was either free or negligible when I purchased both of mine).
Someone above brought up some good points about buying direct from Chinese companies rather than from UK based suppliers. Clearly there is a risk in dealing direct in that returns would be more difficult and so on, but I found the Saswell product to be well manufactured (much the same quality as Nest/Hive) and it has an English (well, sort of) installation guide with lots of pictures.
It is incredible that we are able to buy such wonderful technology at such low prices.

Edited By: othen on Feb 16, 2017 11:43
1 Like #22
tezray
othen
jay1
othen
Much the same product is available from Saswell (a Chinese company that delivers direct) for about £60. I have fitted the Saswell devices to both my houses (an easy job, just 3 or 4 wires depending on the original installation) and they work just fine. I can control both houses from my cell phone or iPad.
Whilst this is cheaper than I have seen the Nest product, I'll have to vote cold because a perfectly good alternative is available at one third of the price.
What an idiot! Like comparing a Ferrari to a Fiesta!
That is very rude of you.
I don't think I'm an idiot, as I sit here I have just turned up the temperature at our holiday home in Norfolk from 10C where it sits when we are away to 19C, so when we get there this afternoon it will be nice and warm. We will do the same when we return to out town house on Sunday. Both houses have the same Saswell system, the cost for each was about £60, it was easy to fit myself (it replaced the existing room thermostat on both cases - so just 3 or 4 wires depending on the original system) and in both cases it does almost exactly the same thing as the Nest (or Hive) solutions for between one third and one fifth of the cost.
I have no axe to grind, but who looks like an idiot now (please note that I did not call you an idiot, but others may choose to come to that conclusion).

​This sounds very good only issue I could see is the application will it be kept up to date with phone os software so keep working for years to come but then all this stuff will come down in cost eventually so might as well replace if not I would go with this option doesn't need to be fancy just work
You may be right, but Saswell claims to be a very major player in the HVAC market in China, so it would be in its interests to keep the software up to date. It is of course possible that Nest/Hive will disappear as well (not unusual for technology companies), so in my own consideration it was well worth a punt at £60/installation, although I'd have been dubious about the benefits at £200ish a time. If I end up replacing the two Saswell systems in a decade I'll probably think they did a good job.
4 Likes #23
peter1969uk
J4Y_B
peter1969uk
jay1
othen
Much the same product is available from Saswell (a Chinese company that delivers direct) for about £60. I have fitted the Saswell devices to both my houses (an easy job, just 3 or 4 wires depending on the original installation) and they work just fine. I can control both houses from my cell phone or iPad.
Whilst this is cheaper than I have seen the Nest product, I'll have to vote cold because a perfectly good alternative is available at one third of the price.
What an idiot! Like comparing a Ferrari to a Fiesta!
Your correct, the Fiesta is much better.
*You're
*Ferrari
Your right I didn't notice that, then again, who cares? Besides the Grammer police?
Fiesta over a Ferrari any day.

Grammar
(_;)

... However your issue is with the spelling Police. It's nothing to do with grammar.
#24
Just had a 15% off voucher through the post from Screwfix so £170 for me... tempting :D
#25
FREEZIN_WOLF
peter1969uk
J4Y_B
peter1969uk
jay1
othen
Much the same product is available from Saswell (a Chinese company that delivers direct) for about £60. I have fitted the Saswell devices to both my houses (an easy job, just 3 or 4 wires depending on the original installation) and they work just fine. I can control both houses from my cell phone or iPad.
Whilst this is cheaper than I have seen the Nest product, I'll have to vote cold because a perfectly good alternative is available at one third of the price.
What an idiot! Like comparing a Ferrari to a Fiesta!
Your correct, the Fiesta is much better.
*You're
*Ferrari
Your right I didn't notice that, then again, who cares? Besides the Grammer police?
Fiesta over a Ferrari any day.
Grammar(_;)
... However your issue is with the spelling Police. It's nothing to do with grammar.

Again, who cares, besides the person who's correcting you for it. Maybe this is why so many members don't publish deals or make comments. They could be fearful of someone correcting their error's. The eduction system has been faulty for years, and only getting worse.
#26
does anyone have a spare code they are willing to give me :D
#27
othen
tezray
othen
jay1
othen
Much the same product is available from Saswell (a Chinese company that delivers direct) for about £60. I have fitted the Saswell devices to both my houses (an easy job, just 3 or 4 wires depending on the original installation) and they work just fine. I can control both houses from my cell phone or iPad.
Whilst this is cheaper than I have seen the Nest product, I'll have to vote cold because a perfectly good alternative is available at one third of the price.
What an idiot! Like comparing a Ferrari to a Fiesta!
That is very rude of you.
I don't think I'm an idiot, as I sit here I have just turned up the temperature at our holiday home in Norfolk from 10C where it sits when we are away to 19C, so when we get there this afternoon it will be nice and warm. We will do the same when we return to out town house on Sunday. Both houses have the same Saswell system, the cost for each was about £60, it was easy to fit myself (it replaced the existing room thermostat on both cases - so just 3 or 4 wires depending on the original system) and in both cases it does almost exactly the same thing as the Nest (or Hive) solutions for between one third and one fifth of the cost.
I have no axe to grind, but who looks like an idiot now (please note that I did not call you an idiot, but others may choose to come to that conclusion).

​This sounds very good only issue I could see is the application will it be kept up to date with phone os software so keep working for years to come but then all this stuff will come down in cost eventually so might as well replace if not I would go with this option doesn't need to be fancy just work
You may be right, but Saswell claims to be a very major player in the HVAC market in China, so it would be in its interests to keep the software up to date. It is of course possible that Nest/Hive will disappear as well (not unusual for technology companies), so in my own consideration it was well worth a punt at £60/installation, although I'd have been dubious about the benefits at £200ish a time. If I end up replacing the two Saswell systems in a decade I'll probably think they did a good job.


​Using alliexpress or banggood will probably get a decent price, of you can navigate taobao, you could probably get it even cheaper.
Personally I can't afford to risk 60 quid as a punt but I think that's great for those who can, you might be best posting it as a deal. Hive/Nest, both get negative reviews from people who receive dead or faulty units, but repair or replace should be easier. Like I say, ordering direct from China does carry potentially expensive risks but you could also save a lot. Personally, I'll have to wait for the prices of the established systems to drop, but not everyone needs to be that cautious.
#28
peter1969uk
FREEZIN_WOLF
peter1969uk
J4Y_B
peter1969uk
jay1
othen
Much the same product is available from Saswell (a Chinese company that delivers direct) for about £60. I have fitted the Saswell devices to both my houses (an easy job, just 3 or 4 wires depending on the original installation) and they work just fine. I can control both houses from my cell phone or iPad.
Whilst this is cheaper than I have seen the Nest product, I'll have to vote cold because a perfectly good alternative is available at one third of the price.
What an idiot! Like comparing a Ferrari to a Fiesta!
Your correct, the Fiesta is much better.
*You're
*Ferrari
Your right I didn't notice that, then again, who cares? Besides the Grammer police?
Fiesta over a Ferrari any day.
Grammar(_;)
... However your issue is with the spelling Police. It's nothing to do with grammar.
Again, who cares, besides the person who's correcting you for it. Maybe this is why so many members don't publish deals or make comments. They could be fearful of someone correcting their error's. The eduction system has been faulty for years, and only getting worse.

Errors ;)
3 Likes #29
othen
Much the same product is available from Saswell (a Chinese company that delivers direct) for about £60. I have fitted the Saswell devices to both my houses (an easy job, just 3 or 4 wires depending on the original installation) and they work just fine. I can control both houses from my cell phone or iPad.
Whilst this is cheaper than I have seen the Nest product, I'll have to vote cold because a perfectly good alternative is available at one third of the price.


​You voted cold because there is an alternative...? There's an alternative for everything, cars, electronics, houses...! For people looking specifically for a nest, how is that constructive?!
#30
Cold, because a couple of days ago you could have paid £10 more to have Hive fitted free.
#31
othen
Much the same product is available from Saswell (a Chinese company that delivers direct) for about £60. I have fitted the Saswell devices to both my houses (an easy job, just 3 or 4 wires depending on the original installation) and they work just fine. I can control both houses from my cell phone or iPad.
Whilst this is cheaper than I have seen the Nest product, I'll have to vote cold because a perfectly good alternative is available at one third of the price.
Do you set your own ddns or does the remote part work through saswell login and servers?

Ive had chinese webcams and stuff in the past where they pulled their servers making the app useless and you had to workaround with 3rd party software and DDNS.

With something like a thermostat their is no 3rd party software like a webcam to workaround with.

Suppose its only £60 but I'd personally be worried about it working remotely long term.

Edited By: callum84 on Feb 16, 2017 13:44
#32
jay1
othen
Much the same product is available from Saswell (a Chinese company that delivers direct) for about £60. I have fitted the Saswell devices to both my houses (an easy job, just 3 or 4 wires depending on the original installation) and they work just fine. I can control both houses from my cell phone or iPad.
Whilst this is cheaper than I have seen the Nest product, I'll have to vote cold because a perfectly good alternative is available at one third of the price.
What an idiot! Like comparing a Ferrari to a Fiesta!
Really, It's a learning thermostat, if it can equal the nest in functions and usability aesthetics would be a plus only. You buy a Ferrari to pose but how many are you going to show off your thermostat to.
#33
kabs
jay1
othen
Much the same product is available from Saswell (a Chinese company that delivers direct) for about £60. I have fitted the Saswell devices to both my houses (an easy job, just 3 or 4 wires depending on the original installation) and they work just fine. I can control both houses from my cell phone or iPad.
Whilst this is cheaper than I have seen the Nest product, I'll have to vote cold because a perfectly good alternative is available at one third of the price.
What an idiot! Like comparing a Ferrari to a Fiesta!
Really, It's a learning thermostat, if it can equal the nest in functions and usability aesthetics would be a plus only. You buy a Ferrari to pose but how many are you going to show off your thermostat to.

There are two different markets, one for people who want products made from cheap materials, look tacky and have very little features. Then there are the people who like to spend more on a product that is made from better materials, look better, will last much longer and has much better features. The Nest isn't just about aesthetics, although it does look amazing compared to the Saswell chinese junk. If it can equal the Nest in functions and usability? It has literally no features apart from controlling it from an app via wifi. It doesn't learn anything like the Nest can if you choose to use that feature. The Nest also has geofencing which means your house is warm by the time you get home. It has True Radiant which means it knows how long it takes to heat the house to the temperature specified from the temperature it is currently at. And I don't need to set a schedule or manually alter it, as it does all that automatically by using location services on my phone. I know which one I would choose and recommend. Buy cheap buy twice....
#34
peter1969uk
J4Y_B
peter1969uk
jay1
othen
Much the same product is available from Saswell (a Chinese company that delivers direct) for about £60. I have fitted the Saswell devices to both my houses (an easy job, just 3 or 4 wires depending on the original installation) and they work just fine. I can control both houses from my cell phone or iPad.
Whilst this is cheaper than I have seen the Nest product, I'll have to vote cold because a perfectly good alternative is available at one third of the price.
What an idiot! Like comparing a Ferrari to a Fiesta!
Your correct, the Fiesta is much better.
*You're
*Ferrari

Your right I didn't notice that, then again, who cares? Besides the Grammer police?

Fiesta over a Ferrari any day.


​I bet if someone offered you a ferrari or a firesta I could bet my left kidney you'd take the ferrari X)
#35
Why is this getting cold votes!? Where else can you get the Nest n stand for £199.99!???
#36
Btw NEST also works with the Amazon Echo Dot so you can ask Echo to turn up the heating in lounge for example
1 Like #37
Wouldn't get any of these otherwise I'd freeze with my OH turning the temperature down all the time!
#38
​For me I would rather go for the nest as I am planning on getting the nest smoke alarm too. they work together and if ever you have a carbon monoxide leak, it automatically switches off your boiler saving your life. Admittedly the smoke alarm will set you back another 78 but priceless compared to my families lives.
#39
naturelover
Wouldn't get any of these otherwise I'd freeze with my OH turning the temperature down all the time!
Excellent comment!
Perhaps I need a wife so I can turn the temperature back down to 19C (on the similar Saswell system I have in my houses) when she sets it at 25C - without her knowing -)

Edited By: othen on Feb 18, 2017 08:13
#40
othen
Much the same product is available from Saswell (a Chinese company that delivers direct) for about £60. I have fitted the Saswell devices to both my houses (an easy job, just 3 or 4 wires depending on the original installation) and they work just fine. I can control both houses from my cell phone or iPad.
Whilst this is cheaper than I have seen the Nest product, I'll have to vote cold because a perfectly good alternative is available at one third of the price.

which product do you have and where did you buy it?

I think the nest is way over priced especially considering it dropped to £160 in the black friday sale

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