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Hive Home Protection Pack With Hub £119 @ Hivehome
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Hive Home Protection Pack With Hub £119 @ Hivehome

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Posted 30th Dec 2019

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

This is a deal between Barclaycard and Hive to offer Barclaycard customers a Home Protection bundle with the following devices - however there does not currently appear to be a requirement to be a Barclaycard customer to take advantage of the offer, just use the link

PLUS YOU GET A FREE AMAZON ECHO DOT!

Hive Home Protection Pack - £119
x1 Hive Hub
x2 Hive Window or Door Sensor
x1 Hive Light (Dimmable)
x1 Hive Motion Sensor
x1 Amazon Echo Dot
Save £85.99

Or you can choose to remove the Hub is you already have one, saving £40

Hive Home Protection Pack - £79
x1 Hive Hub
x2 Hive Window or Door Sensor
x1 Hive Light (Dimmable)
x1 Hive Motion Sensor
x1 Amazon Echo Dot
Save £45.99


Standard prices:
1x Hive Hub £40.00
x2 Hive Window or Door Sensor £58.00
x1 Hive Light (Dimmable) £19.00
x1 Hive Motion Sensor £29.00
x1 Amazon Echo Dot £24.99
TOTAL £170.99
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johnandyson30/12/2019 22:16

Cameras I would guess are good too, but wife doesn't want them.


Not surprised, if she's at home with the lodger.....
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I have hive for central heating / hot water, so I dont need the hub ?
shug11930/12/2019 17:13

I have hive for central heating / hot water, so I dont need the hub ?


Correct. The other devices would simply add into your existing setup.
Link isn’t working for me
Anyone seen any deals on the hive thermostat kit with the hub? I haven’t seen any deals online this side of Christmas
Great price for this abs the free echo dot.
Can you get external sirens for these?
johnandyson30/12/2019 18:46

Can you get external sirens for these?


Not from Hive, plus the alert from the motion detection is often 5+ minutes late. It used to be instantaneous.
stevevalo30/12/2019 20:13

Not from Hive, plus the alert from the motion detection is often 5+ …Not from Hive, plus the alert from the motion detection is often 5+ minutes late. It used to be instantaneous.


Waste of time then. I need a system that the wife and lodger can activate/deactivate and I can moniotr from a distance if needs be.
Edited by: "johnandyson" 30th Dec 2019
£79 if you don't need hub
stevevalo30/12/2019 20:13

Not from Hive, plus the alert from the motion detection is often 5+ …Not from Hive, plus the alert from the motion detection is often 5+ minutes late. It used to be instantaneous.


For many burglars the deterrent effect is seeing an alarm siren box that looks like it will work. The Hive alarm may well activate on entry but you really don't want it to get to that stage.
BlackCloud30/12/2019 22:13

For many burglars the deterrent effect is seeing an alarm siren box that …For many burglars the deterrent effect is seeing an alarm siren box that looks like it will work. The Hive alarm may well activate on entry but you really don't want it to get to that stage.


Cameras I would guess are good too, but wife doesn't want them.
johnandyson30/12/2019 22:16

Cameras I would guess are good too, but wife doesn't want them.


Not surprised, if she's at home with the lodger.....
richb301230/12/2019 23:06

Not surprised, if she's at home with the lodger.....


She's never been camera shy
stevevalo30/12/2019 20:13

Not from Hive, plus the alert from the motion detection is often 5+ …Not from Hive, plus the alert from the motion detection is often 5+ minutes late. It used to be instantaneous.


Hive Is rubbish I've invested in the ecosystem but don't rate it.

I've now started buying Xioami Mi range to send notifications to operate hive via on old pre-android doze phone.

Works a treat. Light bulbs are £6 motion and door sensors about the same. Had to order a Mi hub but worth it.
That’s a great deal
The more I read some of your lot comments about wider offerings I’m wondering what’s the best system you can recommend for a multitude of connections?
Long term I can see a desire for lights, security cameras, plug adapters etc
jameswalker45731/12/2019 05:51

Hive Is rubbish I've invested in the ecosystem but don't rate it. I've now …Hive Is rubbish I've invested in the ecosystem but don't rate it. I've now started buying Xioami Mi range to send notifications to operate hive via on old pre-android doze phone.Works a treat. Light bulbs are £6 motion and door sensors about the same. Had to order a Mi hub but worth it.


Purchased and sold the Xioami range of items, bulbs etc, will now only buy things like Hue and the Ring alarm will be my next purchase, personally fed up with items that do half a job poorly.
BowtunWarrior31/12/2019 07:22

The more I read some of your lot comments about wider offerings I’m w …The more I read some of your lot comments about wider offerings I’m wondering what’s the best system you can recommend for a multitude of connections? Long term I can see a desire for lights, security cameras, plug adapters etc



If you can wait....
Bendown31/12/2019 07:58

Purchased and sold the Xioami range of items, bulbs etc, will now only buy …Purchased and sold the Xioami range of items, bulbs etc, will now only buy things like Hue and the Ring alarm will be my next purchase, personally fed up with items that do half a job poorly.


Did you buy the gateway or use the other types? ZigBee gateway items are top notch and use the same interface as others.
jameswalker45731/12/2019 08:11

Did you buy the gateway or use the other types? ZigBee gateway items are …Did you buy the gateway or use the other types? ZigBee gateway items are top notch and use the same interface as others.


Samsung smart hub
Perhaps it's the fact that it's not the Mi one then. I was sceptical .. either that or firmware upgrades have improved the sevice
Would the Ring or Yale smart alarm be a better option?
I know we all have different budgets, but prior to any home fitting I'd suggest getting a quote for a proper commercially fitted alarm system from a qualified installer. They start at around £450 and if it costs too much consider fitting your own. Alarms often last ten to fifteen years so aren't bad value in the long run. The main thing you should end up with is a very convincing alarm siren box with a branded company name that looks like it will work e.g. power on led's flashing. Always keep the box clean so it looks serviced.
MarkGay30/12/2019 21:22

£79 if you don't need hub


Says that in the description
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