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Drayton Wiser Smart Thermostat Heating and Hot Water Control Kit - £99.99 @ Amazon
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Drayton Wiser Smart Thermostat Heating and Hot Water Control Kit - £99.99 @ Amazon

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Posted 22nd Aug

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Drayton Wiser Smart Thermostat Heating and Hot Water Control Kit - Works with Amazon Alexa, Google Home, IFTTT.

There's a third party selling for a few quid less too, although I don't know if they're approved on HUKD amazon.co.uk/gp/…ZQ2

£99 is the price direct from Amazon.
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Could do with a cheap IFTTT thermostat
I wonder if the "used acceptable" have been blown up by someone that doesn't know what they're doing.

Great price on new though. Heat
I was looking into one of these but discovered that most ( of the cheap ones ) are 240v and at the moment I have a low voltage Therm, I know that rurnning a live wire is not that difficult but i was was looking for a pretty much straight swap
ScubaDudes22/08/2019 21:45

I wonder if the "used acceptable" have been blown up by someone that …I wonder if the "used acceptable" have been blown up by someone that doesn't know what they're doing.Great price on new though. Heat


Had mine second hand from Amazon.
Working absolutely fine
Manage to get it for £100 with one brand new rad stat

Just waiting for offers on stats so I can get all rads covered
These can be complete rubbish just to warn you. We have the room thermostat and 4 rad valves. The valves are rubbish at reading temp so to keep our boys room at 17-19 degrees its set to 22.5. Sometimes this drifts up or down and we have to spend a few days trying to get it to not cook or freeze him. Our girl's room has the room thermostat in it as well as a rad valve. The rad valve in her room reads SO wildly its unusable hence we had to set it up to use the room thermostat to monitor the temp (the rad valve does however control it beautifully like this). The 2 downstairs are either end of the same large room and between them seem to measure ok. So basically you need 2 devices in each room to have consistent temp control. I've spoken to tech support >50 times. They basically don't give a damn. Worst piece of tech i've ever bought. We're moving soon, i'm not taking them with us, frankly i'll just stick to the old fashioned TRVs that actually work.

Just to add detail - the above is about how rubbish the TRVs are at measuring temp, i forgot to say it also drops out connection to EVERYTHING at least once a week and has to be rebooted by turning the power to the main unit off for 2 mins, then back on. Not fun at 4am when it's -5 and the baby's bedroom was 14 degrees. Not been such an issue over the summer as we haven't really needed heating.
Then there is the link TRV->Hub. This is ok, but sometimes drops & you just have to wait until it works again. Reboots etc dont help.
Oh and one of the TRVs is 8m away from the base unit with line of sight and STILL loses its connection to the hub frequently. And we have a range extender just incase. It didnt help. For me they score 1/10 at best.
Edited by: "stave84" 23rd Aug
stave8423/08/2019 19:17

These can be complete rubbish just to warn you. We have the room …These can be complete rubbish just to warn you. We have the room thermostat and 4 rad valves. The valves are rubbish at reading temp so to keep our boys room at 17-19 degrees its set to 22.5. Sometimes this drifts up or down and we have to spend a few days trying to get it to not cook or freeze him. Our girl's room has the room thermostat in it as well as a rad valve. The rad valve in her room reads SO wildly its unusable hence we had to set it up to use the room thermostat to monitor the temp (the rad valve does however control it beautifully like this). The 2 downstairs are either end of the same large room and between them seem to measure ok. So basically you need 2 devices in each room to have consistent temp control. I've spoken to tech support >50 times. They basically don't give a damn. Worst piece of tech i've ever bought. We're moving soon, i'm not taking them with us, frankly i'll just stick to the old fashioned TRVs that actually work.Just to add detail - the above is about how rubbish the TRVs are at measuring temp, i forgot to say it also drops out connection to EVERYTHING at least once a week and has to be rebooted by turning the power to the main unit off for 2 mins, then back on. Not fun at 4am when it's -5 and the baby's bedroom was 14 degrees. Not been such an issue over the summer as we haven't really needed heating.Then there is the link TRV->Hub. This is ok, but sometimes drops & you just have to wait until it works again. Reboots etc dont help.Oh and one of the TRVs is 8m away from the base unit with line of sight and STILL loses its connection to the hub frequently. And we have a range extender just incase. It didnt help. For me they score 1/10 at best.


Temps seem fine for me, not seen many trv drop outs though the app has stopped working when I'm not on the home network. Been through loads of tech support but still can't get it to work when away from home. Unless anyone who has one has any other ideas to try?
6moe6623/08/2019 20:00

Temps seem fine for me, not seen many trv drop outs though the app has …Temps seem fine for me, not seen many trv drop outs though the app has stopped working when I'm not on the home network. Been through loads of tech support but still can't get it to work when away from home. Unless anyone who has one has any other ideas to try?


Delete, factory reset and try again using a new email & account etc?
Reviews are mixed. People have said they’ve had 10 TRVs and 3-4 read spot on & others need a 3-4 degree offset like mine. Just unreliable.
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