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Hivehome Voucher Codes

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10% Off Hive Active Lights

Instructions:Enter Code ( LIGHTS10 ) at Checkout  
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doesn't work for me
Not working for me here
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20% off Hive Active Heating Kit with Voucher

Instructions:Enter the code on the Landing Page to Receive 20% off  
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Hive Smart Bulb - 10% off single and multi-packs until 31st July

Instructions:Enter the voucher code at checkout  
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£17.1
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StevieBthefirst
Great share - it may have been less than a fiver saving but it all adds up!
Code still working well for lightbulb bundles too - 3 for £49 went down to £45.10 ;-)


​u can get a few pennies extra too at topcashback too (and possibly Quidco?)
Great share - it may have been less than a fiver saving but it all adds up!
Code still working well for lightbulb bundles too - 3 for £49 went down to £45.10 ;-)
thank you OP!
Might bag one for the porch switch is upstairs pain in the ****

Edited By: the porter on Jun 26, 2016 23:31
The code works - just copy and paste into the box provided then click Buy Now - 10% is taken off
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10% off Hive Heating from British Gas

Instructions:I got given this voucher code via online chat, but I think it's getting officially announced shortly due to the release of the Hive Home Connected devices - window, door and room sensors.

There's a news release on the Centrica web site saying existing customers get 10% discount on all these devic
Tony68k Avatar10m, 1d agoFound 10 months, 1 day ago3 Comments
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Yes - there are cheaper 'internet connected' sockets - but some points you should consider before making a purchase -
1 - Hive Sockets are rating at 13 amps - (i.e they can switch higher powered devices) - cheaper ones may not.
2 - Hive Sockets have a physical switch - cheaper ones may not.
3 - Hive Sockets offer two way communications - so when a signal is sent out to switch a plug - the hive plug will acknowledge. So if a person in the house changes the state of the Hive plug by pressing the switch on the plug - this is reflected in the 'Hive Console' app/website. The fact that there is two way communications - means that switching is more reliable in the event of radio interference.

Some good points to note. I can highly recommend the cheaper Orvibo socket that has all these features except it will only switch 10amps, but I can't really think you'd ever want to switch more than than. The current price is £16.99, a massive saving on the £39 Hive sockets are currently selling for.

I see no reason why hive sockets are so highly priced except that BG can get away with it. I note there's currently a 4-5 week lead time on them at the moment, so people are buying them though!

Since getting my Orvibo socket however, I still haven't actually found a good use for it. There's not many things I can think I want to control whilst I'm out the house.
Yes - there are cheaper 'internet connected' sockets - but some points you should consider before making a purchase -
1 - Hive Sockets are rating at 13 amps - (i.e they can switch higher powered devices) - cheaper ones may not.
2 - Hive Sockets have a physical switch - cheaper ones may not.
3 - Hive Sockets offer two way communications - so when a signal is sent out to switch a plug - the hive plug will acknowledge. So if a person in the house changes the state of the Hive plug by pressing the switch on the plug - this is reflected in the 'Hive Console' app/website. The fact that there is two way communications - means that switching is more reliable in the event of radio interference.


Edited By: junk66 on Apr 04, 2016 10:19
If you're buying 5 window/door sensors, the price drops from £29 each to £21.40 using this code and buying a bundle.

The connected plugs are expensive though, you can get similar internet connected sockets from Amazon for £20, Hive ones are nearly £40!