Drayton Wiser Radiator Thermostat @ Amazon (Lightning Deal) - £34/£30.02 Amazon Warehouse (like new)
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Drayton Wiser Radiator Thermostat @ Amazon (Lightning Deal) - £34/£30.02 Amazon Warehouse (like new)

£34£39.9915%Amazon Deals
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Posted 11th Apr
Amazon Warehouse (like new) - £30.02 after 20% off applied at checkout. *Now sold out*
amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B075GNG6QF/ref=mw_dp_olp?ie=UTF8&condition=all

The wiser radiator thermostats enable your wiser system to enter a whole new level of smart. With a direct connection to the boiler, they can control the time and temperature schedules of individual rooms via the wiser heat App. radiator thermostats can be added to any wiser kit at any point. Simply unscrew existing troves and screw on the radiator thermostats. The award winning twist top design allows you to boost from the device, or just ask Alexa.

Requires the Wiser Heat Hub to work - Control your heating room-to-room by adding smart radiator thermostats to your existing Wiser systemWinner of the red Dot Design award 2018Boost the temperature of a room by a twist of the cap or a tap of the appView room temperatures and set individual schedules from your smartphoneUse voice commands to check the status of and make changes to the heating of individual rooms or groups of rooms, Wiser is compatible with voice assistants including Amazon AlexaCompatible with IFTTT for greater flexibility and convenienceAdd smart radiator thermostats to every radiator for complete multi-zone control from your smartphoneSystem receives software updates via the cloud and supports up to 16 rooms with 32 smart radiator thermostatsWiser is not suitable for gravity-fed systemsRadio Equipment Directive (RED) 2014/53/EU, Batteries Directive 2006/66/EC, RoHS Directive 2011/65/EU
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Good price, paid £35 each for all of mine 🔥
If bought with this, which is £70.39 after 20% of Amazon Warehouse. You could end up with a very smart efficient heating system for a very cheap price. Especially if your not interested in the subscription features of the Tado V3+.

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Thanks, range extender/smart plug also has a lightning deal.
Assuming you can't buy more than one on this deal?
heathead1 h, 34 m ago

If bought with this, which is £70.39 after 20% of Amazon Warehouse. You …If bought with this, which is £70.39 after 20% of Amazon Warehouse. You could end up with a very smart efficient heating system for a very cheap price. Especially if your not interested in the subscription features of the Tado V3+.https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/ol/B075GS4WFK/ref=olp_tab_used?ie=UTF8&condition=used


Ordered thanks
adi232323231 h, 15 m ago

Assuming you can't buy more than one on this deal?


Unfortunately only one. Maybe ask a close family/friends to order some for you?
Edited by: "heathead" 11th Apr
adi232323231 h, 19 m ago

Assuming you can't buy more than one on this deal?


There’s a few available in the market place. Used like new. With 20% they come down to £30. I’ve had a few in the past. Only had a problem with 1 out of 3 I’ve bought and amazon were quick to refund.
At £35 per thermostat, this is not money saving.
I got some programmable thermostats for about £10 each from Conrad (German equivalent of Maplin) a couple of years ago.
Out of 12 thermostats in the house, there are only about 2 or 3 where I might get some benefit from a programmable stat. Then only if it costs about £10, so there is a chance of a payback.
jaizan55 m ago

At £35 per thermostat, this is not money saving. I got some …At £35 per thermostat, this is not money saving. I got some programmable thermostats for about £10 each from Conrad (German equivalent of Maplin) a couple of years ago. Out of 12 thermostats in the house, there are only about 2 or 3 where I might get some benefit from a programmable stat. Then only if it costs about £10, so there is a chance of a payback.


Couldn't agree more, but not exactly expensive at 35 to save a little money and save a little bit of the planet too.
jaizan2 h, 12 m ago

At £35 per thermostat, this is not money saving. I got some …At £35 per thermostat, this is not money saving. I got some programmable thermostats for about £10 each from Conrad (German equivalent of Maplin) a couple of years ago. Out of 12 thermostats in the house, there are only about 2 or 3 where I might get some benefit from a programmable stat. Then only if it costs about £10, so there is a chance of a payback.


You obviously do not understand how the system works
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