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ScottishPower Connect Remote Heating Control £200.00

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If you take package 1, it only costs £200.00 (£80.00 installation fee and then £5.00 per month for 24 months) I actually thought this was a good price for a smart energy control compared to others on
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hughestg
I bought a wifi controlled plug/socket from lidl for £12.99 to switch boiler on/off. Works a treat.
Typical DIYer who doesn't have a clue what he's doing.
Not true, but I won't make any unsubstantiated claims about your abilities.


Make as many claims as you want mate, I've been an electrician for 10 years so I know what my abilities are.
MartynFX88
hughestg
I bought a wifi controlled plug/socket from lidl for £12.99 to switch boiler on/off. Works a treat.
Typical DIYer who doesn't have a clue what he's doing.
Not true, but I won't make any unsubstantiated claims about your abilities.
hughestg
I bought a wifi controlled plug/socket from lidl for £12.99 to switch boiler on/off. Works a treat.


Typical DIYer who doesn't have a clue what he's doing.
I was told if after 24 months you decide not to continue you keep the unit (the cost of removal was more then unit cost to them). What you do loose is access to their online app meaning you loose remote access and reporting. Do not know if anyone has a alternative app that will work with it.
Are you sure you get to keep the unit? I looked at doing this before but decided against it as after the 24 months you either continue to pay £5 a month for the 3G connection or they will take the unit back
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Tado 4260328610077 Smart Thermostat V2 @ Amazon + Prime, Cheapest Ever! £149.00

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Smart Thermostat the automatically adjusts to your daily routine. - Understands weather conditions and building characteristics to optimize your heating - Improved transparency of total heating cost…
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For those of you that refer to on off switch... Imagine getting up at 4am to get ready for flight in cold house everyone morning it's cold. Quickly turn heating on for quick blast. Then panic, time is short you rush around taxi comes early you secure house only to realise your heating is on continuous for two weeks at 21c while at airport thinking Mrs turned it off. You stress about it, you worry but then you just accept its cost you around £50 and get on with the holiday. That's a one time mistake that happens to me regularly on Saturdays and weekend breaks. To be able to just turn it off will avoid a lot of grief. However, if you are smart and savvy you won't have a problem. Also, if you don't work or don't holiday or go shopping or on day trips you won't have a problem either
That's why digital heating programmers have had boost buttons and holiday programmes for decades.
So do you replace your ineffective device for one that costs the same to install but isn't as flexible or invest in something that can be smart or just can be flexible without it needing to be smart. Boost button is great, and works great, but not so great when you have to boost it again when the temp drops. but it takes 45mins to get it up to temp still. I guess people just need to try these things out for themselves.
Costs the same to install? Maybe, but it certainly costs a lot less to buy.
I'm just pointing out that this thing isn't quite as revolutionary as it might appear.
pibpob
MarkyB77
For those of you that refer to on off switch... Imagine getting up at 4am to get ready for flight in cold house everyone morning it's cold. Quickly turn heating on for quick blast. Then panic, time is short you rush around taxi comes early you secure house only to realise your heating is on continuous for two weeks at 21c while at airport thinking Mrs turned it off. You stress about it, you worry but then you just accept its cost you around £50 and get on with the holiday. That's a one time mistake that happens to me regularly on Saturdays and weekend breaks. To be able to just turn it off will avoid a lot of grief. However, if you are smart and savvy you won't have a problem. Also, if you don't work or don't holiday or go shopping or on day trips you won't have a problem either
That's why digital heating programmers have had boost buttons and holiday programmes for decades.

So do you replace your ineffective device for one that costs the same to install but isn't as flexible or invest in something that can be smart or just can be flexible without it needing to be smart. Boost button is great, and works great, but not so great when you have to boost it again when the temp drops. but it takes 45mins to get it up to temp still. I guess people just need to try these things out for themselves.
MarkyB77
For those of you that refer to on off switch... Imagine getting up at 4am to get ready for flight in cold house everyone morning it's cold. Quickly turn heating on for quick blast. Then panic, time is short you rush around taxi comes early you secure house only to realise your heating is on continuous for two weeks at 21c while at airport thinking Mrs turned it off. You stress about it, you worry but then you just accept its cost you around £50 and get on with the holiday. That's a one time mistake that happens to me regularly on Saturdays and weekend breaks. To be able to just turn it off will avoid a lot of grief. However, if you are smart and savvy you won't have a problem. Also, if you don't work or don't holiday or go shopping or on day trips you won't have a problem either
That's why digital heating programmers have had boost buttons and holiday programmes for decades.
For those of you that refer to on off switch... Imagine getting up at 4am to get ready for flight in cold house everyone morning it's cold. Quickly turn heating on for quick blast. Then panic, time is short you rush around taxi comes early you secure house only to realise your heating is on continuous for two weeks at 21c while at airport thinking Mrs turned it off. You stress about it, you worry but then you just accept its cost you around £50 and get on with the holiday. That's a one time mistake that happens to me regularly on Saturdays and weekend breaks. To be able to just turn it off will avoid a lot of grief. However, if you are smart and savvy you won't have a problem. Also, if you don't work or don't holiday or go shopping or on day trips you won't have a problem either
For multi zone heating do you just need to purchase the 'smart thermostat' everywhere or then do you need the purchase the 'tado additional thermostat'?
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Hive Active Heating and Hot Water with Professional Installation (£134.99) Lightning deal on Amazon

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Was available at John Lewis yesterday for £118.99 Hive Active Heating and Hot Water with professional installation Remote heating and hot water control – from your mobile, tablet and laptop; Heati…
Victoriaa Avatar1y, 1w agoFound 1 year, 1 week ago8 Comments
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Looks as if it's the old model.

Apparently the only difference is a better looking thermostat plus you can upgrade to that if you want for £99.

If you missed out on Argos and John Lewis for about £118.99 (they went quickly), then this might be the last chance to get it pretty cheap


​the engineer installing ours said the only difference is aesthetic. we bought for 199 a month or so ago and can already tell that this will save us money over the winter.
saltyzip
Buy a Google Nest Thermostat Your text here
is nest better for an oil combi boiler?
saltyzip
Buy a Google Nest Thermostat Your text here

FYI for anyone with a conventional boiler Nest doesn't control hot water.
Buy a Google Nest Thermostat Your text here
The only reason I'm not getting it is I'm on oil and in Northern Ireland which means I'd have to fit it myself which I'm not sure about.

Otherwise I'd snap this up in a second. It would easily pay for itself and I doubt version 2 will ever get this low and will probably just go to £199. I'd put up with an uglier thermostat for a £65 saving.
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Hive Active Heating & Hot Water with Professional Installation (£118.99) @ john lewis

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Only 4 left in stock now! Control your heating and hot water remotely with your phone, tablet or laptop from anywhere with Hive Active Heating™ by British Gas. Because you'll never need to heat an
Victoriaa Avatar1y, 1w agoFound 1 year, 1 week ago21 Comments
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Still in stock in jl brent cross 5 left at 7pm near the tills, TV section. Marked up at £199. Best to ring first and get jl to do a stock check. Same price as online.
FatherTed
Brunel
looks like the old Hive version 1
That's because it is.

And FYI the only difference is the re-designed thermostat for changing the temperature, the functionality is exactly the same using the app/website
Brunel
looks like the old Hive version 1

That's because it is.
pnewark
rickj
If you miss this deal pretty sure it's coming up on amazons lightning deals tomorrow but nor sure how much yet.

Awesome. Thanks for the info! Where did you hear this? Missed this and the Argos deal and have been after Hive at a good price. Will keep my eyes open for it tomorrow...

Nevermind, found it! Thanks :-)
rickj
If you miss this deal pretty sure it's coming up on amazons lightning deals tomorrow but nor sure how much yet.

Awesome. Thanks for the info! Where did you hear this? Missed this and the Argos deal and have been after Hive at a good price. Will keep my eyes open for it tomorrow...
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Hive Active Heating and Hot Water with Professional Installation £129.99 Amazon Lightning Deal

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Hive heating control for £129.99 installed - Amazon Lightning Deal
Winchy Avatar1y, 5m agoFound 1 year, 5 months ago20 Comments
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I had this installed recently as my clock on my boiler unit failed but got installed with British Gas for £99 as I had a
service agreement with them. I couldn't do without it now. One thing I've recently learnt is that the unit's covered as part of a British Gas service agreement too for however old it is. App's brill for IOS and Android but sadly no custom app for Windows Phone yet but Hive's recently modified their website for it to be user-friendly with Windows Phones so heat to OP!
How did you manage the 99 pound price? I emailed in, even offering to renew my contract (homecare and also they supply my energy) yet the numpty wouldn't budge on the £159 current price.
bevanoli
ellbee
bevanoli
Why would you want to activate this whilst your out? If youve got the settings correct you should have to!
What if you plan to arrive home early and would prefer not to arrive back to a cold house? Or if it suddenly turns cold when you're out and you've programmed your timer to come on later but you need to override it to make sure that your house will be warm when you get home. Two reasons!
Two wasted reasons. One reason why this country has a massive percentage of obese individuals

Tell me about it. I could probably lose a few stone if instead of setting my heating half an hour before returning home from an overrun shift from home by hitting the button as I walked past it when I got in and waited for a bit for it to heat up.

This isn't just about the convience of being able to switch your heating on and off using a device, it's also about monitoring the usage in the house. My previous setup couldn't do what hive does:

http://www.techdigest.tv/Hive%20screen%20shot%202.jpg
Hahaha
bevanoli
ellbee
bevanoli
Why would you want to activate this whilst your out? If youve got the settings correct you should have to!
What if you plan to arrive home early and would prefer not to arrive back to a cold house? Or if it suddenly turns cold when you're out and you've programmed your timer to come on later but you need to override it to make sure that your house will be warm when you get home. Two reasons!
Two wasted reasons. One reason why this country has a massive percentage of obese individuals
What a blether!
bevanoli
ellbee
bevanoli
Why would you want to activate this whilst your out? If youve got the settings correct you should have to!

What if you plan to arrive home early and would prefer not to arrive back to a cold house? Or if it suddenly turns cold when you're out and you've programmed your timer to come on later but you need to override it to make sure that your house will be warm when you get home. Two reasons!


Two wasted reasons. One reason why this country has a massive percentage of obese individuals


I'm a bodybuilder mate & iv purchased this cuz if there's one thing I hate is turning the heating on !
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Save 15% on the 13th December using discount code @ Tado

Instructions:The tado° Christmas Race Save money now on the tado° Smart Thermostat with the discount code "CHRISTMAS"! The quicker you are, the more yule save. On Dec 13th you'll get the maximum discount of 15%. Each following day you'll still save, but by a little less. So, decide quickly and save more
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Free Angled Thermostatic Radiator Valve (TRV) set worth £10.99 when buying any KUDOX radiator from Screwfix (from £19.99)

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Their rads are a pretty good price anyway I think, and this is the cherry on top! My builder wouldn't believe me when I told him the price I would pay for a rad with TRV, and said he'd go get a job lo…
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Central Heating auto-air vent ~really cheap~ £8 @Toolstation £7.98

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Ridiculously cheap for piping hot central heating -Removes air in heating system automatically for 3-7years then change cartridge. Improves efficiency, is green and reduces running costs! Top o…
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Just got mine today. What's the blanking plug for?

The blanking plug aka cap is just a matching chrome extra for the other side of the radiator
You do not have to use it if you do not want to
Just got mine today. What's the blanking plug for?
csiman
MaximusRo
csiman
MaximusRo
I have a towel radiator in the bathroom and it has no apparent bleeding valve at all!

I guess there is no solution for that one?
normally on the very top (maybe under a cover)
Thanks for answering, but there is nothing on top. It#s so strange, as top 3 bars are cold, so clearly there is air inside.
feel the rear of the side rails near the top as might be there instead
Thank you, there is indeed something there. Due to position will be hard to access it, but at least some progress, thanks!
Ed_in_London
csiman
MaximusRo
csiman
MaximusRo
I have a towel radiator in the bathroom and it has no apparent bleeding valve at all!

I guess there is no solution for that one?
normally on the very top (maybe under a cover)
Thanks for answering, but there is nothing on top. It#s so strange, as top 3 bars are cold, so clearly there is air inside.
feel the rear of the side rails near the top as might be there instead

Turn it upside down ;)

some just don't have any,often they tend to be made in Eastern Europe... you can makea hole and fit one

For those that keep losing radiator keys, why not just attach it to your backdoor garden or shed keys?

This is a great item for those that are lazy (want minimum maintenance), can afford it, have health issues, disabilities, have a problematic central heating system or just want to do some simple DIY.
Its not for NIMBYs or predantic people, hence I posted the bit about radiator keys in the description, hoping to please some of them. Evidently not all of them!
csiman
MaximusRo
csiman
MaximusRo
I have a towel radiator in the bathroom and it has no apparent bleeding valve at all!

I guess there is no solution for that one?
normally on the very top (maybe under a cover)
Thanks for answering, but there is nothing on top. It#s so strange, as top 3 bars are cold, so clearly there is air inside.
feel the rear of the side rails near the top as might be there instead

Turn it upside down ;)
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Heat Convector 3 settings up to 2KW - Wickes - £16.99 - cheapest

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Found in Uxbridge branch - still got lodz - 3 settings = .75, 1.2 and 2kw settings. Brand name is Rhino (but its heat convector). Argos cheapest value range is for £19.99 Also, got radiant/haloge…
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HOT deal but website down for me at the mo :(
pibpob
I don't know where this allure of oil-filled radiators comes from. Is it because, having a large warm surface, they're "cuddly"? Is it because people subliminally link them to central heating radiators and therefore think they're cheaper to run?

I agree though that they ought to be more reliable than other types, which have more violent swings in element temperatures.

I have no affinity to oil filled rads vs other types.
I go purely on performance.

I don't care what they look like. I just want the best value on running cost. Oil filled has given me the best running cost.

Halogen and convector rads are cheaper to buy...but their cost savings end there. Especially the halogens, whose bulbs tend to last a few months (in me experience 2-4 months).
pibpob
How does that help you?

It helps because when the radiator shuts off (due to the thermostat), the heat keeps emanating from the rad.
With the halogen rads, the moment the rad shuts off, the heat is gone in less than 5 seconds.

I was using 2 bulbs on the halogen (400w per bulb, 800w total), while I use 750w on the oil filled rad.
The halogen had to be kept on all the time. The oil filled rad is "off" for half the time and gives just as much heat as the halogens.

The oil filled rad has definitely helped me save during the Winter months.
I don't know where this allure of oil-filled radiators comes from. Is it because, having a large warm surface, they're "cuddly"? Is it because people subliminally link them to central heating radiators and therefore think they're cheaper to run?

I agree though that they ought to be more reliable than other types, which have more violent swings in element temperatures.
sunama
I then switched (1.5 yrs ago), to an electric oil filled radiator, which uses 750w at its maximum.

My electricity bills in Winter went down.
Because you bought a heater with a thermostat. Your bills would have gone down by the same amount had you used a fan/convector/halogen heater with a thermostat, for the same room temperature.
Also the heat is held inside the radiator for longer than a convector or halogen.
How does that help you?
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Salamander Corrosion Guard Central Heating Inhibitor £0.85

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I saw this whilst I was browsing my local B&Q (smaller one in Bury). I can't see it on-line and it could well be depend on which stores sell the product, so may not apply to every store. Worth a l…
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At 85p, it's probably cheaper than fairy anyway......


Thats true.:-D
At 85p, it's probably cheaper than fairy anyway......
Broxy;7686234
He used to use it instead of fernox inhibitor, his words not mine.


Washing up liquid has salt in it to thicken it, so I would have though it would have done the exact opposite of fernox!!
Broxy;7686234
He used to use it instead of fernox inhibitor, his words not mine.


a lot of older heating systems used to be very clunky,noisy etc and a wee bit of fairy liquid would sometimes help or cure this problem,,,,,
johnw191;7684367
fairy liquid was used as a noise reducer not a corrosion proofer !!!!!!!!!


He used to use it instead of fernox inhibitor, his words not mine.
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Milano kitchen towel warmer red or blue 450mm x 406mm @ homebase £4.98

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Ideal addition to a busy kitchen. Very easy to install. Heat output: 711 BTUs. Size: Height 406 x width 450mm. The price shown includes our latest in store discounts. Showing as instore only.
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From what you can see i do think it is intended as a small radiator with a lower heat out put. I had something similar in a previous house's bathroom. Adequate heat for a small room but i doubt it would be sufficient for a large kitchen unless using as an add on. However i am a humble house wife and just know what i like and where - hubby has to deal with the rest lol.
Looks like it runs off the central heating pipe or does it?

http://www.homebase.co.uk/wcsstore/homebase/images/471680HBO111111X.jpg
i thought it was a warmer for kitchen towel, y'know like bounty!!!
this is kind of cute, and my kitchen is red......