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nest thermostat 3rd generation used - like new £115.45 @ Amazon

£115.45 @ Amazon
Nest thermostat 3rd gen used like new from Amazon warehouse £115.45, been looking at these so decided to take a punt at this price! Read More
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Nest thermostat 3rd gen used like new from Amazon warehouse £115.45, been looking at these so decided to take a punt at this price!
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#1
I'm guessing it doesn't come with installation? anyone recommend how much it is?
#2
We paid £160 for the installation of two - this required wiring with the unvented water cylinder - he was here quite a while, but we it ws worth every single penny.
#3
Jimdabod
I'm guessing it doesn't come with installation? anyone recommend how much it is?

Good price for the unit.

I contacted several of their local recommended installers and they were quoting £130 for fitting


Edited By: grayslick on Jan 21, 2017 13:21
#4
Heat
#6
I paid £180 I think for the thermostat and two smoke/CO setectors. We paid extra because our wiring is a nightmare and it took the guy ages.
#7
speedski
We paid £160 for the installation of two - this required wiring with the unvented water cylinder - he was here quite a while, but we it ws worth every single penny.

where from?
1 Like #8
New seller from china!
#9
Jimdabod
I'm guessing it doesn't come with installation? anyone recommend how much it is?

If you already have a wireless thermostat, it's **** easy to put the Nest in and replace it.
#10
speedski
We paid £160 for the installation of two - this required wiring with the unvented water cylinder - he was here quite a while, but we it ws worth every single penny.

Christ, was it worth it? I have Nest but I struggle to see its value when I installed it myself, let alone paying that amount extra.
#11
Jimdabod
I'm guessing it doesn't come with installation? anyone recommend how much it is?


Looking around it seems to be about £50-80 depending on your current stystem.
#12
Not bad! Almost got one of these last night for £158 and was planning to use the £10 BIGTHANKS voucher. I'm sure there were a couple used - like new last night that had no mention of minor imperfections etc, they all seem to have gone now.
#13
Would Nest honor the warranty on these?
#14
Who was the seller on this?
#15
they've gone at that price now.
#16
Great unit, worth every penny, very easy installation on Vaillant combi boiler. Amazon warehouse items, i believe, only have 30 days warranty, Best buy new, with full manufactures warranty.
#17
I was about to buy one anyway! Perfect timing :)
1 Like #18
grahambeale
I was about to buy one anyway! Perfect timing :)


Installation is £50+vat for my central heating man :)
#19
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Thanks for posting op
#20
I paid £60 - took him 20 minutes to install
1 Like #21
AzeemB
speedski
We paid £160 for the installation of two - this required wiring with the unvented water cylinder - he was here quite a while, but we it ws worth every single penny.
where from?

Local Nest Pro Installer
#22
cossy3
speedski
We paid £160 for the installation of two - this required wiring with the unvented water cylinder - he was here quite a while, but we it ws worth every single penny.
Christ, was it worth it? I have Nest but I struggle to see its value when I installed it myself, let alone paying that amount extra.

We have two zones and a Water Cylinder - installation was NOT easy (I sat and chatted with him all the way through) if you just have one zone with a combi then you can easily install it yourself - it was a brand new house and so I've smart'd it up a bit - very much worth it. Getting off a flight after holiday and the system heating the house up for your arrival based on your proximity is hard to beat...


Edited By: speedski on Jan 21, 2017 15:09
#23
can you replace a v2 with a v3 easily
#24
grahambeale
grahambeale
I was about to buy one anyway! Perfect timing :)
Installation is £50+vat for my central heating man :)

What's funny is that you think that's a good price.
#25
cossy3
grahambeale
grahambeale
I was about to buy one anyway! Perfect timing :)
Installation is £50+vat for my central heating man :)

What's funny is that you think that's a good price.


Jokes aren't what they used to be eh?
#26
I have one of these, paid £250 with fitting included, took the electrician 4 hrs to install because it wouldn't operate out hot water without switching the heating on. I'm not to sure if it's saved us any money, but I like it and don't regret getting it.
#27
Has anyone saved money using Nest, after the intial outlay for the Nest & installation?
#28
anyone has swapped a heatmiser wireless thermostat out for this? is this quite straight forward simple replacement (no new wiring required)?
#29
speedski
cossy3
speedski
We paid £160 for the installation of two - this required wiring with the unvented water cylinder - he was here quite a while, but we it ws worth every single penny.
Christ, was it worth it? I have Nest but I struggle to see its value when I installed it myself, let alone paying that amount extra.
We have two zones and a Water Cylinder - installation was NOT easy (I sat and chatted with him all the way through) if you just have one zone with a combi then you can easily install it yourself - it was a brand new house and so I've smart'd it up a bit - very much worth it. Getting off a flight after holiday and the system heating the house up for your arrival based on your proximity is hard to beat...

speedski
cossy3
speedski
We paid £160 for the installation of two - this required wiring with the unvented water cylinder - he was here quite a while, but we it ws worth every single penny.
Christ, was it worth it? I have Nest but I struggle to see its value when I installed it myself, let alone paying that amount extra.
We have two zones and a Water Cylinder - installation was NOT easy (I sat and chatted with him all the way through) if you just have one zone with a combi then you can easily install it yourself - it was a brand new house and so I've smart'd it up a bit - very much worth it. Getting off a flight after holiday and the system heating the house up for your arrival based on your proximity is hard to beat...


Hi speedski, I would appreciate any help. I have a multizone heating in my house with 2 old fashioned wall themostats and a hot water cylinder in the attic with 3 values.

I was trying to see if the NEST system is suitable for my house and how many thermostats will be required and whether they will be able to control the two separate heating zones and also hot water?

Would you mind sharing your installer's details please?

Thanks in advance
#30
late reply but each zone requires a nest.
#31
sub7seven
late reply but each zone requires a nest.
Thanks sub7seven. I got it installed and you are right, i needed two thermostats and so was expensive job over all. But the NEST product is well worth it. I seems to be in so much more control over my heating now and i can make sure my Ground floor/Upstairs is warm when required. Really pleased with it. One of the unique capability of NEST is its 'learning'. It does a profiling of your heating, based on how long does it take to heat the house (say from 17C to 21C, when the outside temperate is 8C).

nPower is offering this product for £159 for its customer- not a bad price at all. I happen to find this NEST pro installer, who was really very good and supplied the NEST product at the same price as nPower and installed next day at a very reasonable price. I would recommend to get the NEST installed from the NEST PRO website as they know what they are doing and are very quick.

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