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Hive Active Heating & Hot Water Kit (Self Install) £139.99 at Currys

£139.99 @ Currys
Beating the current Argos offer by a few pounds - Currys are doing the Hive Heating and Hot Water self-install kit for £40 off RRP. Potential 1% TCB as well! Read More
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Beating the current Argos offer by a few pounds - Currys are doing the Hive Heating and Hot Water self-install kit for £40 off RRP.
Potential 1% TCB as well!
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#1
If you're a British Gas customer I think this is a better deal:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hive-active-heating-installed-for-150-british-gas-now-confirmed-2660400

Save a lot of faffing around, all for an extra tenner.
#2
Has anyone done the install themselves
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savsac29
Has anyone done the install themselves


my uncle dave had a go last week, think he got it almost done but for an issue with the electric supply, funeral's on Thursday (no flowers).
#4
Got one already. Great piece of kit. Was cheaper at Amazon at xmas
#5
savsac29
Has anyone done the install themselves
I had in installed last year. It looked simple enough, simple removal of the existing thermostat and replacing the control setting, but i'd say unless you were adept at these kind of things the above offer would be superior.
#6
Argos are offering £10 voucher with £100 spend from today
#7
Great price.

Bought one for £140 from Amazon Warehouse and self installed a couple of weeks ago. Pretty straightforward if you have wired a lightswitch before and a bit of Googling.

Edited By: VikJ on Apr 12, 2017 11:29
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strettyp
savsac29
Has anyone done the install themselves
my uncle dave had a go last week, think he got it almost done but for an issue with the electric supply, funeral's on Thursday (no flowers).

I couldn't stop laughing at this comment. So funny. X)
#9
There's a jpg pic doing the rounds, of a headstone, carved 'Wonderful Husband, Great Father, Hopeless Electrician'. So be careful if you are D.I.Y'ing - I'm sure the regulations would call for a 'competent person' and unless you could prove that ...
#10
Normally, i get home, and turn up the thermostat to turn on my heating. If i buy this, i can turn it on an hour before i get home, and warm the house before i get in, BUT, its using an extra hour of gas, so it costs me more! I don't think its about energy efficiency, more about profits for the gas companies (_;)
#11
savsac29
Has anyone done the install themselves

Yes, it's pretty easy. Reasonable instructions are provided in the box and additional help is available on-line. If you have a standard heating controller and thermostat, its no more complicated than swapping the boxes - you will have to short the connection if you're replacing a wired thermostat.
#12
sadact06
Normally, i get home, and turn up the thermostat to turn on my heating. If i buy this, i can turn it on an hour before i get home, and warm the house before i get in, BUT, its using an extra hour of gas, so it costs me more! I don't think its about energy efficiency, more about profits for the gas companies (_;)
Not really...technically you could use the same amount, as the house will be warm when you get home, so you can turn it off an hour earlier?
#13
airdsuk
There's a jpg pic doing the rounds, of a headstone, carved 'Wonderful Husband, Great Father, Hopeless Electrician'. So be careful if you are D.I.Y'ing - I'm sure the regulations would call for a 'competent person' and unless you could prove that ...

Competency is subjective, innit.
#14
hcc27
airdsuk
There's a jpg pic doing the rounds, of a headstone, carved 'Wonderful Husband, Great Father, Hopeless Electrician'. So be careful if you are D.I.Y'ing - I'm sure the regulations would call for a 'competent person' and unless you could prove that ...

Competency is subjective, innit.


look up the Dunning Kruger effect.
#15
Is it just me that considers these "smart" devices to be a tad over priced & likely to fall in price shortly ?

Competition in this segment should increase.
#16
sadact06
Normally, i get home, and turn up the thermostat to turn on my heating. If i buy this, i can turn it on an hour before i get home, and warm the house before i get in, BUT, its using an extra hour of gas, so it costs me more! I don't think its about energy efficiency, more about profits for the gas companies (_;)

If you're happy with the system you have, this probably isn't for you. I have a thermostat that I set times and temperatures on, but sometimes I'm held up at work so it's running for hours without me there, or I go out and forget to turn it off/down. A Hive or similar would solve that problem.

jaizan
Is it just me that considers these "smart" devices to be a tad over priced & likely to fall in price shortly ?
Competition in this segment should increase.

£140 seems entirely reasonable for the kit, considering a relatively basic digital thermostat itself is about £50-60.
#17
Cheaper @Argos overall. £143 with a free £10 gift card for a spend over £100.

Biggest problem with Argos is that they sell used items as new. The one I picked up today from Argos was sellotaped up. I got them to write the condition of the box on the receipt, chances are that if you have to return it, they will blame you for putting on the sellotape...

This practice of re-boxing used items and selling them as new is incredibly shady, I've had previously re-sealed items from Argos with missing parts. Trading standards need to step in and do something. Any re-sealed item should either be discounted or sent to a clearance store.
#18
I went for the nest instead of this after comparing them. I paid £169 with stand and £40 to get it fitted. My gas bill has just dropped £12 a month 3 months later so it will pay for I a self in a bit more than a year. My last cheap thermostat always had a delay 30 seconds this is instant and much more efficient at controlling the temperature . Tuning off as soon as it's tracked your phone when you leave the house. Good bit of kit, not sure about hive but these types in general will save you money and it pays for itself. Plus it looks class

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