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Nest Thermostat 3rd Generation £156.00 at B&Q using code CLUB1H011

£156.00 @ B&Q
Amazon and B and Q reduced the price for nest thermostat 3rd generation to £176. use the code CLUB1H011 to get it for £156 delivered from B and Q. Read More
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Amazon and B and Q reduced the price for nest thermostat 3rd generation to £176. use the code CLUB1H011 to get it for £156 delivered from B and Q.
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#1
Great price. Got mine from npower for £159.
#2
Good price
Have installed 2 and easy to use and program (programed it from phone)
#3
Nice one OP. I ordered from amazon earlier for £179 but just cancelled and done C&C from B&Q for £156
1 Like #4
does it work with system boiler with hot water invented tank?
1 Like #5
kamran
does it work with system boiler with hot water invented tank?

Yes 3rd gen supports hot water tanks.
#6
kamran
does it work with system boiler with hot water invented tank?

I've got a system boiler and it works perfectly :) The heat link is installed on the storage tank and hot water can be scheduled on the app
#7
Ive been wanting to get one, anyone had a quote to install?
#8
Jolleysaurus
Ive been wanting to get one, anyone had a quote to install?
I already have an existing wireless thermostat so going to go very a blast my self.

I'd say no more than £40 install as shouldn't take a professional more than 30mins

£40 being Midlands where i live, expect maybe £70 if in London
1 Like #9
*Sloman*
Jolleysaurus
Ive been wanting to get one, anyone had a quote to install?
I already have an existing wireless thermostat so going to go very a blast my self.
I'd say no more than £40 install as shouldn't take a professional more than 30mins
£40 being Midlands where i live, expect maybe £70 if in London
Thanks Chap, i might have a go myself first... and if i fail get someone else in!
2 Likes #10
There's some great videos on YouTube that talk you through the installation process (make sure you view the UK ones as the American Nest has different terminations). Just be careful not to stick 240v down the control unit as it will fry it
#11
Hi, would this be better than a hive, we have just had a ideal logic combi boiler fitted? This looks a good price.
1 Like #12
I'm confused, I think a couple of people may be posting from their phones and autocorrect has kicked in, failing that I'm not keeping up with technical jargon. Voted hot based on the price reduction but I'm so bone idle I can't be bothered to fit one myself, have a wireless thermostat I can keep on the sofa next to me, that will do until breaks.
#13
I've had installation quotes from £60-£100 in Yorkshire. This is what puts me off.
#14
Hive is currently £199 fitted (so £43 installed) compared to this.

Hate Hive's new online dashboard mind
1 Like #15
mani1
Hi, would this be better than a hive, we have just had a ideal logic combi boiler fitted? This looks a good price.

Personally I went for the Netatmo Thermostat for use with my Ideal Vogue.
You can get it for around £126 maybe even cheaper if you shop around. I also love the design compared to the comparatively gaudy hive/nest
#16
Tado system works really well. They do a rent to buy option as well so you can try it first.
#17
Tado system works really well. They do a rent to buy option as well so you can try it first.
#18
guydaniels
There's some great videos on YouTube that talk you through the installation process (make sure you view the UK ones as the American Nest has different terminations). Just be careful not to stick 240v down the control unit as it will fry it
I just removed all my wiring, i had no wiring to my HW and Heating Off just to the On, also my junction box is a right mess!
#19
spruceyb
mani1
Hi, would this be better than a hive, we have just had a ideal logic combi boiler fitted? This looks a good price.

Personally I went for the Netatmo Thermostat for use with my Ideal Vogue.
You can get it for around £126 maybe even cheaper if you shop around. I also love the design compared to the comparatively gaudy hive/nest


Thank you for your help,looks perfect.New to this, thought you could only use hive or nest.This looks cheaper and I am sure will do the job. :)
#20
Lot of money but its an amazing product, glad I got one instead of the Hive
#21
mani1
spruceyb
mani1
Hi, would this be better than a hive, we have just had a ideal logic combi boiler fitted? This looks a good price.
Personally I went for the Netatmo Thermostat for use with my Ideal Vogue.
You can get it for around £126 maybe even cheaper if you shop around. I also love the design compared to the comparatively gaudy hive/nest
Thank you for your help,looks perfect.New to this, thought you could only use hive or nest.This looks cheaper and I am sure will do the job. :)

There's so many to choose from, I really like the Netatmo. You can do fancy things like GeoLocation with IFTTT but I just set up a schedule and then override it when I need to.

In the end it was down to Netatmo or Tado for me, glad I went Netatmo though.
#22
As others have said, it's the cost of fitting that puts me off
#23
Got Hive at home but bought for my Mum's house. Cost of fitting is a bottle of whisky for my friend who's an electrician :)
#24
Cracking price, I paid £199 (with a free stand) from Screwfix about a month ago
#25
good price, very easy to install, the heat link just replaces your time switch, but be aware if your heat switch is in a visible place then it is difficult to get a neat install and hide the wires.
#26
hainesy
Tado system works really well. They do a rent to buy option as well so you can try it first.
I agree, Tado is great - had it for 18 months now - the geotagging is really useful. I had a nightmare with the rent to buy option though (ie they take the rent paid off the unit if you choose to buy) as they refused point blank to honour it despite strong evidence to the contrary - ended up returning it and buying the kit on Ebay instead.
1 Like #27
tascheman
Got Hive at home but bought for my Mum's house. Cost of fitting is a bottle of whisky for my friend who's an electrician :)
It's good if you know an alky, I mean electrician X)
#28
Wanted a [free] one from Npower but they wouldn't and I didn't want to give them £159...

So I've transferred my supplier and ordered a Nest from B&Q instead! :{
#29
Jolleysaurus
Ive been wanting to get one, anyone had a quote to install?


£40, go on the best approved installers, they all want £80 but keep trying some are £40.

Mine is on the stand not fixed to the wall.

Great bit of kit well worth it if you are a gadget man
1 Like #30
Thanks for heads up OP ...

Wondering if someone can answer me a question though ... I've been put off the likes of Hive etc, as these devices need a separate unit connecting to your Broadband Router (yet another box cluttering up the sideboard) ..

As I understand it, Nest doesn't require this separate unit, as it's WiFi enabled - is that right ?

So I'd have the Nest thermostat on the wall, but what else does it come with ? How does that connect to the wall mounted boiler in the kitchen which has a separate ACL Lifestyle CH / HW programmer there ? Does that get replaced also ?

Hot Water tank is upstairs in the airing cupboard - I'm guessing that also has a unit attached to it ?

Cheers
#31
*Sloman*
Jolleysaurus
Ive been wanting to get one, anyone had a quote to install?
I already have an existing wireless thermostat so going to go very a blast my self.
I'd say no more than £40 install as shouldn't take a professional more than 30mins
£40 being Midlands where i live, expect maybe £70 if in London

In London a typical install quote is £100-£120. Discounts for two Nests. I recently had my two installed for £180, but I actually gave the guy a £20 tip because it was such a big job. I have a 2-zone system boiler. It took him 5-hours to install the Nests. He was a Nest accredited specialist installer. System works great. Just be wary of 30-40 min Installation suggestions. It might be possible in some cases but as I said it took our guy 5-hours!
#32
Mark3270
Thanks for heads up OP ...

Wondering if someone can answer me a question though ... I've been put off the likes of Hive etc, as these devices need a separate unit connecting to your Broadband Router (yet another box cluttering up the sideboard) ..

As I understand it, Nest doesn't require this separate unit, as it's WiFi enabled - is that right ?

So I'd have the Nest thermostat on the wall, but what else does it come with ? How does that connect to the wall mounted boiler in the kitchen which has a separate ACL Lifestyle CH / HW programmer there ? Does that get replaced also ?

Hot Water tank is upstairs in the airing cupboard - I'm guessing that also has a unit attached to it ?

Cheers

We had 2 Nest Thermostats replacing traditional hard wired Thermostats (2-zone system (upstairs & downstairs)).

Nests are wifi.

They come with a control unit which in our case went in the attic, with the hot water tank.

The traditional timer near the boiler was disconnected and removed - you don't need it anymore, it's all done through the Nests.

House has never been warmer - not sure if I am using less gas though.
4 Likes #33
Could someone explain in layman's terms what the point of a £200+ (including specialised installation) smart thermostat is compared to a manual £20 thermostat? Are you paying 10x the price because it pays for itself in savings over X number of years or is it so you can change the temperature from your sofa instead of having to stand up and walk 10 paces to a wall thermostat?
1 Like #34
Zycon
Could someone explain in layman's terms what the point of a £200+ (including specialised installation) smart thermostat is compared to a manual £20 thermostat? Are you paying 10x the price because it pays for itself in savings over X number of years or is it so you can change the temperature from your sofa instead of having to stand up and walk 10 paces to a wall thermostat?


Both. It will pay for itself over a number of years as the heating only comes on when you need it and you don't need to walk 10 paces. Everyone wins.
#35
I've got a 2 zone system for upstairs and downstairs. Can one Nest Thermostat control both of these?
Also can anyone recommend an installer in Lincoln area and cost? Thanks.
:)
1 Like #36
BigDaveH
I've got a 2 zone system for upstairs and downstairs. Can one Nest Thermostat control both of these?
Also can anyone recommend an installer in Lincoln area and cost? Thanks.:)

No, you need two.
#37
We have a two zone property with an unvented water cylinder.

If you are in the same boat I would recommend having a nest pro installer fit it for you. He was here for four hours doing all the thermostats and walking us through it all and testing it. If you just have a single thermostat in your house then you only need one and as long as its powered then you can install this yourself pretty easily.

If you do choose to install yourself then remember, take photos of what you have first before you touch it! Our pro installer said half his jobs were people who had bought it and tried it themselves and failed, the majority of which had caused a domestic :p

Edited By: speedski on Apr 08, 2017 12:43
#38
Gordinho
I'm confused, I think a couple of people may be posting from their phones and autocorrect has kicked in, failing that I'm not keeping up with technical jargon. Voted hot based on the price reduction but I'm so bone idle I can't be bothered to fit one myself, have a wireless thermostat I can keep on the sofa next to me, that will do until breaks.


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#39
Is there a monthly subscription for these? I thought I had read that with Hive and Nest.
#40
I'm really hot on my programmable thermostat and only have heating on when strictly needed - would this really same me a lot of money?!

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