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Nest Thermostat £149.99 @ Currys

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2y, 1m agoFound 2 years, 1 month ago
Order online for web exclusive then pick up in store, I have not seen this as cheap as this anywhere, normally £179.99
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1 Like #1
Stupid price for a product that for most people is totally unnecessary. Maybe Bill gates & Richard Branson etc need it for their many homes, but for most of us, really who needs to remotely alter the temp of your house!
#2
Rather have a tado!!
2 Likes #3
Tabintab
Stupid price for a product that for most people is totally unnecessary. Maybe Bill gates & Richard Branson etc need it for their many homes, but for most of us, really who needs to remotely alter the temp of your house!


People whose wives insist on turning the thermostat up to 25 whilst their husbands are away at work?
1 Like #4
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Tabintab
Stupid price for a product that for most people is totally unnecessary. Maybe Bill gates & Richard Branson etc need it for their many homes, but for most of us, really who needs to remotely alter the temp of your house!
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Hot deal :-) Bought 2 for the servants quarters so I can turn the heating off & save a few bob
#5
Seems like a v good idea if pricey.

We've stats in all our rooms to control the zoned underfloor heating. A lot more basic than this, but in fairness a lot cheaper.

I could see good reason to have one of these in the couple of rooms we use most.
#6
these claim to save 12% on heating bill so if this is true then heat added
#7
you have to have a wired in thermostat to replace with this but all good and ordered
#8
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DannyMontana
Rather have a tado!!

Unless you have a two zone house, which they have promised to address for over 18 months now.......and have still failed to deliver

I'm gonna wait for the Honeywell that'll work with Apples Homekit
#9
Tabintab
Stupid price for a product that for most people is totally unnecessary. Maybe Bill gates & Richard Branson etc need it for their many homes, but for most of us, really who needs to remotely alter the temp of your house!

It does a fair bit more than that. It learns how you like to heat you home and adjusts accordingly
#10
My Worcester Bosch thermostat does this without having to sing about it in tv adverts. However if it is £30 off then heat added.
#11
Free if you are an npower customer on dual fuel and pay dd
#12
how easy are they to install?
#13
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fmushtaq
how easy are they to install?


Depends on your boiler, I installed mine on a valiant ecotec plus and was simple enough. The nest comes with a box that you connect to the boiler. Once that is installed the thermostat is wireless - or you can use the old wires to keep it charging constantly.
#14
Good price - after all we're voting on price in comparison to what it costs elsewhere

However for multiple heating zones, etc then not good at all. Heatmiser Neo is much much better and cheaper
#15
More tempted by the Tado as well to be honest - looking to replace an old controller that covers the central heating and hot water, which this can't do if my research is right?
1 Like #16
i went for the Salus IT500, its been absolutely brilliant. I stalled it myself, cost me around £130 all in.

great for when im away for the weekend or out for the day, no more leaving the heating on 18c just to keep the house at a good temperature, now an hour before i return just whack it on whatever temperature i need and im good to go, not to mention if i forget to turn it down whilst im out im able to check the temperature on my phone and adjust accordingly.

hope this helps someone, anymore info needed pm me and no i dont work for Salus
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burhaan7777
i went for the Salus IT500, its been absolutely brilliant. I stalled it myself, cost me around £130 all in.

great for when im away for the weekend or out for the day, no more leaving the heating on 18c just to keep the house at a good temperature, now an hour before i return just whack it on whatever temperature i need and im good to go, not to mention if i forget to turn it down whilst im out im able to check the temperature on my phone and adjust accordingly.

hope this helps someone, anymore info needed pm me and no i dont work for Salus


I'll have to check out your recommendation.

Thanks

JL also had this at the same price. Not sure if it is still at that price.
#18
burhaan7777
i went for the Salus IT500, its been absolutely brilliant. I stalled it myself, cost me around £130 all in.

great for when im away for the weekend or out for the day, no more leaving the heating on 18c just to keep the house at a good temperature, now an hour before i return just whack it on whatever temperature i need and im good to go, not to mention if i forget to turn it down whilst im out im able to check the temperature on my phone and adjust accordingly.

hope this helps someone, anymore info needed pm me and no i dont work for Salus

I'm interested too. Amazon sell the IT500 for about £130. I like the idea of being able to adjust temp and turn off & on remotely but I can't see the advantage of a learning function for our usage.
I need to replace the timer (located in my utility room) and thermostat wall Mounted in the main hall) as the pics below. Challenge accepted ! ( but any advice gratefully received )
http://www.tlc-direct.co.uk/Images/Products/size_3/EP2002.JPG
http://thumbs4.ebaystatic.com/d/l225/m/mwGXn8wotMJXCYso0ODCsxw.jpg
#19
This is going to sound bias as I have installed this already.... The auto-learn function is optional, myself I have created a custom schedule for the entire week, setting what temp I want and at what times. The thing I do like is that it has a motion detector and if no motion is detected it puts the house in away mode and turns heating down. But that said I bet it's not the only option that does this.

On a plus side it does look nice.
#20
I'd need to turn off the motion detection function, I don't like the idea of the heating switching off whilst I'm working through a netflix box set. :p
#21
Baboon137
Free if you are an npower customer on dual fuel and pay dd


Do you have a link to confirm this? My switch to N Power completes on 4 December.
#22
Out of stock everywhere around me :(
#23
Back to £179.99, was a good deal along with the Amazon and John Lewis prices!
#24
bbbazman
I'd need to turn off the motion detection function, I don't like the idea of the heating switching off whilst I'm working through a netflix box set. :p

This was a concern of mine, but if the thermostat is in the living room then I think it has enough sensors to detect a presence. One other brand (the Honeywell model only available in the US I think) can watch for WiFi clients (eg. a phone) and never auto-away the heating when one is present.
#25
bbbazman
burhaan7777
i went for the Salus IT500, its been absolutely brilliant. I stalled it myself, cost me around £130 all in.

great for when im away for the weekend or out for the day, no more leaving the heating on 18c just to keep the house at a good temperature, now an hour before i return just whack it on whatever temperature i need and im good to go, not to mention if i forget to turn it down whilst im out im able to check the temperature on my phone and adjust accordingly.

hope this helps someone, anymore info needed pm me and no i dont work for Salus

I'm interested too. Amazon sell the IT500 for about £130. I like the idea of being able to adjust temp and turn off & on remotely but I can't see the advantage of a learning function for our usage.
I need to replace the timer (located in my utility room) and thermostat wall Mounted in the main hall) as the pics below. Challenge accepted ! ( but any advice gratefully received )
http://www.tlc-direct.co.uk/Images/Products/size_3/EP2002.JPG
http://thumbs4.ebaystatic.com/d/l225/m/mwGXn8wotMJXCYso0ODCsxw.jpg

It wasnt difficuly at all to install, two wires are connected to the receiver from the boiler and thats all the wiring thats required.

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