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Drayton Wiser Smart Radiator Thermostat at City Plumbing for £35.99
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Drayton Wiser Smart Radiator Thermostat at City Plumbing for £35.99

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Posted 28th Nov 2018

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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.

Features & details
Control your heating room-to-room by adding smart radiator thermostats to your Wiser system.
Winner of a Red Dot Design Award 2018.
Boost the temperature of a room by a twist of the cap or a tap of the app.
View room temperatures and set individual schedules from your smartphone
Use 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 Alexa.
Compatible with IFTTT for greater flexibility and convenience.
Add smart radiator thermostats to every radiator for complete multi-zone control from your smartphone.
System receives software updates via the cloud and supports up to 16 rooms with 32 smart radiator thermostats.
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A little cheaper than the standard £40, but still not a significant discount, even if buying enough for a whole house
Agreed, £30 or lower would be a trigger point for me - whole house purchase
Do these work by themselves or need any further hardware?
Well, once the boss (missus) spots the price that might get reduced too lol
Edited by: "eonise" 28th Nov 2018
Just got two extra to cover the most important rooms.
spoon_20001 h, 7 m ago

Further hardware. Like this for heating only (combi …Further hardware. Like this for heating only (combi boiler)https://www.cityplumbing.co.uk/Drayton-Wiser-Home-Heating-and-Hot-Water-1-Channel-Smart-Thermostat-Kit/p/520779or this for water and heatinghttps://www.cityplumbing.co.uk/Drayton-Wiser-Home-Heating-and-Hot-Water-2-Channel-Smart-Thermostat-Kit/p/520780they do combination of these with radiator thermostats included to.


Thank you
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The impression I had from Wiser web site is to use them in the rooms you want at a lower heat to the main room with the standard thermostat in, ie to shut off the heat and save energy. I would be interested to hear the view of others. See page 42 of the user guide wiser.draytoncontrols.co.uk/sit…pdf
TC_UK15 m ago

The impression I had from Wiser web site is to use them in the rooms you …The impression I had from Wiser web site is to use them in the rooms you want at a lower heat to the main room with the standard thermostat in, ie to shut off the heat and save energy. I would be interested to hear the view of others. See page 42 of the user guide https://wiser.draytoncontrols.co.uk/sites/default/files/documents/06490245001_issf_final_0.pdf


I have the problem that my living room is too warm at night because of the bedrooms calling for heat.
So I am putting them in the kitchen and living room to not waste energy at night.
I find if you don't have them in every radiator you are still wasting heat... Unless you have manual trv's completely turned off or at very low but then that room might be too cold. Good price for me (small house, I only need 3 more, not using them in kitchen or bathrooms)
Edited by: "tricat" 28th Nov 2018
Fancy gadgetry. 'Old' style thermostats fit, set and forget. Temperature in the rooms where you have these 9 out of 10 doesn't need to be adjusted. We're tech mad, even if we don't need it. Looks cool, but ott.
I know they will save the pennies this winter but until they drop below £10 I cant fork out for the whole house. Bit of a luxury still.
I'd put them in rooms I dont use much, then the heat isn't wasted....if you use the room certain days or times, can be programmed to heat then. I'm holding out for zigbee/zwave for Smartthings...I did buy one to try from Reich electronik but sent it back as wouldn't connect...waiting for a replacement.
ronniejb52 m ago

I know they will save the pennies this winter but until they drop below …I know they will save the pennies this winter but until they drop below £10 I cant fork out for the whole house. Bit of a luxury still.



Buy 'normal' ones, do the same.
And no looks at your 'knobs' anyway when they're in your house (maybe the one night stand that you've picked up, but different story). Once you've fitted them you'll forget all about them.
Thanks OP. Purchased a 1 channel system with 5 radiator valves.
Thanks OP. Picked up 2 to complete all the main radiators when I get this installed next week.
Mirola1 h, 57 m ago

Fancy gadgetry. 'Old' style thermostats fit, set and forget. Temperature …Fancy gadgetry. 'Old' style thermostats fit, set and forget. Temperature in the rooms where you have these 9 out of 10 doesn't need to be adjusted. We're tech mad, even if we don't need it. Looks cool, but ott.


Each and to their own, move on if it's not your thing.

Btw, heat for the OP, as it's still a deal compared to what is out there at the mo
i've bought the entire system for the whole house and I think they're great. I used to have the Max! system and that worked well, and probably saved me some money. Tado have an equivalent system and claim to pay for itself in a year...
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