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Nest 3rd gen - £129.00 for npower customers - RRP £199

£129.00 @ nPower
Nest Learning Thermostat™ 3rd generation More control over your energy The third generation Nest Thermostat learns what you like and creates a schedule for your home. So it could help you save en…
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Nest Learning Thermostat™
3rd generation

More control over your energy
The third generation Nest Thermostat learns what you like and creates a schedule for your home. So it could help you save energy. And with a larger display and a sharper resolution, it's simply beautiful.

£70 discount for npower customers, they sell for approx £175 on eBay.
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#1
Thanks
#2
It's been this prices for months
#3
Installation included or any advise ?
1 Like #4
FrozenFire
Installation included or any advise ?


​do it yourself it's only 3 wires
#5
srp111
FrozenFire
Installation included or any advise ?
​do it yourself it's only 3 wires
I only have 2 wires in my current one?
#6
For those who already have one installed, can it control both hot water & central heating?

My wired thermostat works fine but the timer controls are flaky & was looking to replace both with this.
#7
rofiquel
For those who already have one installed, can it control both hot water & central heating?

My wired thermostat works fine but the timer controls are flaky & was looking to replace both with this.


​Yes it can. I have a system boiler and an indirect DHW cylinder. It controls both. Tip - disable the legionella setting otherwise it heats your tank for 2 hours every day, even if you set everything to off.
1 Like #8
If you go for the stand (ie not wall mounted/wired in - so it becomes movable) how does it link back to the boiler? Is there some kind of wireless module that comes with it?
1 Like #9
tek-monkey
srp111
FrozenFire
Installation included or any advise ?
​do it yourself it's only 3 wires
I only have 2 wires in my current one?


​The 3rd gen requires the heat station to be wired into the boiler. Yes, the existing room stat wires are connected to the nest thermostat for power but the nest thermostat controls the boiler wirelessly via the heat station wired to the boiler. it's not as simple as the previous version and requires knowledge of heating controls.
#10
Daves_mate
If you go for the stand (ie not wall mounted/wired in - so it becomes movable) how does it link back to the boiler? Is there some kind of wireless module that comes with it?


yes, a heat station is supplied with the thermostat that is controlled wirelessly by nest. ​
#11
the thermostat doesn't take batteries so if your putting it in a new location you'll need to use the included usb cable. It just plugs into a socket but it is a bit untidy looking and then limits where you can put it, or you could wire some cable to the new location.
#12
My boiler current currently has a wireless thermostat. FM based I think.

If it's easy to wire a nest Into my boiler is be very tempted by this.
1 Like #13
They're probably using some of that money they've made from over billing customers to pay for this promotion
#14
pnaylor39
They're probably using some of that money they've made from over billing customers to pay for this promotion

Lol I was thinking the same thing! The interest on the credit money they kept for eight months when I left them has paid for quite a few discounted Nests! Shocking company but a good pice OP!
#15
DO NOT TRUST NPOWER THEY ARE CROOKS FOR OVER BILLING, I HAD A BILL FOR OVER £5000 FOR SMALL FLAT. THEY HARRASSED ME FOR OVER 2 YEARS FOR NOTHING, FOR BILL OF £30
1 Like #16
walsall123
DO NOT TRUST NPOWER THEY ARE CROOKS FOR OVER BILLING, I HAD A BILL FOR OVER £5000 FOR SMALL FLAT. THEY HARRASSED ME FOR OVER 2 YEARS FOR NOTHING, FOR BILL OF £30
Should have paid by direct debit mate. Never get behind that way.
#17
Y2midget
walsall123
DO NOT TRUST NPOWER THEY ARE CROOKS FOR OVER BILLING, I HAD A BILL FOR OVER £5000 FOR SMALL FLAT. THEY HARRASSED ME FOR OVER 2 YEARS FOR NOTHING, FOR BILL OF £30
Should have paid by direct debit mate. Never get behind that way.

Doesn't always work like that, same experience with Npower and can't wait to leave once it's paid off (long story but they got my bill massively wrong like I was running a fairground in my small house).
#18
installed one a few weeks ago. very easy. The heat station is very simple to wire in and there are plenty of you tube videos explaing this.

the thermostat itself (the round dial) requires a constant 12v power supply that needs to be via usb or 12v wire connection dirwct from the heat station you have installed next to your boiler. i used some cat5 cable to go outside from behind the thermostat up into the loft and then across to the boiler to get a neat and tidy wireless looking finish.

with the nest protects i am very happy with this setup and after a few weeks of learning seems to now be in its element.
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After some advice please, as I'm clueless about heating systems.

At the moment in the house we bought in the past couple years, the boiler is located upstairs around the corner from the top of the staircase, and the thermostat controls are positioned on the wall directly outside the boiler next to the door that accesses the boiler

This seems to cause a problem in that when set a temperature, the rooms obviously all heat up, but there's extra heat coming from the boiler itself. As a result, when its set, to say 23 degrees or whatever....as far as the thermostat is concerned, at the top of that staircase next to the old boiler, for quite a long time it it still 23 degrees and maintains thinking that for quite some time, but downstairs has gotten a lot colder....so it's a major pain, wanting to balance the level of heat in the rooms.

The existing thermostat looks like this one that found image of online

https://pmcdn.priceminister.com/photo/Siemens-Landis-Staeffa-RDE10-F-Thermostat-D-Ambiance-Electronique-Programmable-Chauffage-et-climatisation-276430710_L.jpg

It has a cable running to the boiler, but seems to take a battery underneath it too which I did have to change once when the screen was fading. So I'm assuming the wires going to the boiler are for control only and that likely nothing powers the receiver itself other than the battery.

Something like this I presume the receiver would need a power source? And would there be any way to relocate that without having to do some major rewiring to downstairs so that can balance the heat it better?
#20
Midnight Tboy
After some advice please, as I'm clueless about heating systems.
At the moment in the house we bought in the past couple years, the boiler is located upstairs around the corner from the top of the staircase, and the thermostat controls are positioned on the wall directly outside the boiler next to the door that accesses the boiler

The thermostat in this deal will be an ideal replacement for your current set-up. However, if you're "clueless about heating systems" its probably wise for you to get this one fitted. I think fitters tend to charge around £140. However for the more confident DIYers it is very simple to install.

This is a wireless thermostat, so you have 2 components the thermostat itself which you can put in any room (usually the coldest room in the house) and the receiver which you would usually locate next to your boiler. Wireless refers to the fact that there is no wire connecting the thermostat to the receiver, however both the thermostat and receiver must be wired to a power source; the reciever is wired into the mains power and the thermostat is simply a USB phone charger style plug that you plug into the wall. So although you can have your thermostat in any room, it must located near a power socket.

I installed mine a couple of weeks ago and have seen immediate benefits around how much time the heating is on per day, and the heating turning itself down when none of us have been home. Aside from that its great to use a phone or PC to setup a heating schedule and view some interesting statistics around your usage / heating habits.


Edited By: jaykay1975 on Nov 21, 2016 15:48
#21
I purchased this from nPower and installed myself.

The key is to label the existing cables and see which cable is live and neutral. The other 2/3 cables are for your heating controls. Your old heating controls should have a diagram showing which wire is for which purpose. You can then use the nest setup diagram to map them to the correct points.

The only thing I will mention is that the common port on the heating controls (2 and 5) need power from the live cable so you need to add a small cable from live to port 2 and again from live to port 5. Without this, it will not work. I hope this helps.
#22
i need to get myself on eof these been looking at next and hive, and i was at a party and one of wifes cousins had the honeywell system installed and was showing how as he was leaving he was turning the heating on. very clever
#23
Its showing £159 now is it increased or is there any code?
#24
seems that this has expired, up to £159 now

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