Hive Window or Door sensor - used but free 24 month warranty £12 @ CEX
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Hive Window or Door sensor - used but free 24 month warranty £12 @ CEX

£12£29 59% CeX Deals
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Found 26th Nov
Cheapest I can find new is £29. Other items available including hive hub £35, hive motion sensor £18, hive camera £75. All great prices to expand your hive home particularly with those who picked up an echo for Black Friday and the recent British Gas deal.

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OOS online, a few knocking about in some of their stores

My local cash converters also had a load of hive kit at similar prices, not much of a resale value?

Currently on offer direct from Hive at £21.75 for those of you looking for new:

hivehome.com/pro…ors

I can't find a number to get through to a store, wonder how likely it would be they'd have these instore. Quite a range of products on the site but none in stock.

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JusticeForThe965 m ago

I can't find a number to get through to a store, wonder how likely it …I can't find a number to get through to a store, wonder how likely it would be they'd have these instore. Quite a range of products on the site but none in stock.



store stock checker is available on cex website

camo1453 m ago

store stock checker is available on cex website


Didn't spot that mate, thanks! Good to know!

However, my nearest store that has one is Belfast.... I live in Glasgow

I have some of these - door sensors and a motion sensor and the range is pretty poor.

Also be aware they can be slow to trigger push notifications - not always but there is a nagging doubt if they will respond quick enough. Also push notifications rely on data being accessible on your phone - SMS is more reliable but hive charge for that service.

Range problems can be solved by buying a hive range extender which is just a small plug in repeater.

markbarton11 h, 57 m ago

I have some of these - door sensors and a motion sensor and the range is …I have some of these - door sensors and a motion sensor and the range is pretty poor.Also be aware they can be slow to trigger push notifications - not always but there is a nagging doubt if they will respond quick enough. Also push notifications rely on data being accessible on your phone - SMS is more reliable but hive charge for that service.Range problems can be solved by buying a hive range extender which is just a small plug in repeater.


I recently received a free Hive range extender. I was sent an email saying that my hub had disconnected a few times and would I like a free extender. Just had click the link and enter my details.
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