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Honeywell Home THR0914 Wireless Radiator Controller for evohome System (Pack of 4 pcs), White £129.86 at Amazon
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Honeywell Home THR0914 Wireless Radiator Controller for evohome System (Pack of 4 pcs), White £129.86 at Amazon

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Cheapest I've ever seen them. I have 12 radiators and 8 of the more expensive HR92s but I've heard these are quieter and a fraction of the price so I picked up a set to complete the system.

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Very rare to have these on offer
Bargain. I set mine up 2 years ago. I hope they don't mess up cos I've forgot how I did it
Th3.Ripper02/03/2020 13:00

Very rare to have these on offer


Was planning to buy 4 today at £186 elsewhere and then saw this deal and had to do a double take!
What's the difference between these and the more expensive version? I see no screen, but anything else? I have 8 of the other, but these would finish the house.
Istanbul_Kop02/03/2020 13:16

What's the difference between these and the more expensive version? I see …What's the difference between these and the more expensive version? I see no screen, but anything else? I have 8 of the other, but these would finish the house.


No screen, no dial, and they don't support the option (think it's called "stroke 1"?) to make the motor work harder/travel further for stiff valves.

I also read they have a fixed temperature offset instead of the adjustable offset on the more expensive ones.

I think they might also be missing the option to change the battery type if you use lithium batteries. I believe they will still work with lithium batteries but they won't report battery levels correctly.

Anecdotally these are quieter than the version with the screen.
DuncanB02/03/2020 13:22

No screen, no dial, and they don't support the option (think it's called …No screen, no dial, and they don't support the option (think it's called "stroke 1"?) to make the motor work harder/travel further for stiff valves.I also read they have a fixed temperature offset instead of the adjustable offset on the more expensive ones.I think they might also be missing the option to change the battery type if you use lithium batteries. I believe they will still work with lithium batteries but they won't report battery levels correctly.Anecdotally these are quieter than the version with the screen.


Thank you for that information. Much appreciated.

You've actually just alerted me to this 'stroke 1' option. Had no idea this existed. We have 1 radiator that is really sticky. Requiring a tap and a bit of wd40 every now and again whilst others require nothing.

So I'm going to look into this as well.
Early adopter of Evohome (with the more expensive rad thermos) and wouldn't be without it now. I have a feeling these new rad thermostats are in response to the bargain prices of other manufacturer's products in the field and also believe they are probably designed for commercial/holiday let use? But the upside is Evohome is a Honeywell brand and they are a rock solid, £100 billion company. These sort of after market zoning systems are expensive and most (all?) rely for their continuing functionality on the manufacturer carrying on trading. It's not all about the purchase price, after all...

Heat added.

PS Don't forget you still require this to get these working (or at the very least the wifi bridge and relay box and use the mobile app). Evohome really is a brilliant system but it ain't cheap. You pays yer money...
Edited by: "POWER12345678" 2nd Mar
POWER1234567802/03/2020 13:32

Early adopter of Evohome (with the more expensive rad thermos) and …Early adopter of Evohome (with the more expensive rad thermos) and wouldn't be without it now. I have a feeling these new rad thermostats are in response to the bargain prices of other manufacturer's products in the field and also believe they are probably designed for commercial/holiday let use? But the upside is Evohome is a Honeywell brand and they are a rock solid, £100 billion company. These sort of after market zoning systems are expensive and most (all?) rely for their continuing functionality on the manufacturer carrying on trading. It's not all about the purchase price, after all...Heat added.PS Don't forget you still require this to get these working (or at the very least the wifi bridge and relay box and use the mobile app). Evohome really is a brilliant system but it ain't cheap. You pays yer money...


Does the Honeywell Evohome system not work completely offline, via the thermostat if Honeywell ever did stop support or their system goes down (as it often does)? I read this and chose it as I thought this was the case, as opposed to something like the Tado system which is wholey dependent on a connection to them?
Istanbul_Kop02/03/2020 13:42

Does the Honeywell Evohome system not work completely offline, via the …Does the Honeywell Evohome system not work completely offline, via the thermostat if Honeywell ever did stop support or their system goes down (as it often does)? I read this and chose it as I thought this was the case, as opposed to something like the Tado system which is wholey dependent on a connection to them?


You would need the touch controller I linked to in my post.That works locally whereas the app relies on Honeywell's server. But that won't help if you want to change your heat settings when away from home! It's a point many opting for systems like tado (due to their seemingly always on offer pricing) sometimes don't appreciate.
Edited by: "POWER12345678" 2nd Mar
Nice price for these, bought a starter set a few years back. Paid £421 for the base unit, relay and 8 HR92s which was a bargain at the time. Only noticed these newer models the other day and assumed the same that they are there to combat against the cheaper brands coming to the market.
AbandonedTrolley02/03/2020 13:51

Nice price for these, bought a starter set a few years back. Paid £421 …Nice price for these, bought a starter set a few years back. Paid £421 for the base unit, relay and 8 HR92s which was a bargain at the time. Only noticed these newer models the other day and assumed the same that they are there to combat against the cheaper brands coming to the market.




Good Lord, where from?? I wouldn't like to say how much my system cost (although it was almost 6 years ago!).
POWER1234567802/03/2020 13:50

You would need the touch controller I linked to in my post.That works …You would need the touch controller I linked to in my post.That works locally whereas the app relies on Honeywell's server. But that won't help if you want to change your heat settings when away from home! It's a point many opting for systems like tado (due to their seemingly always on offer pricing) sometimes don't appreciate.


That's exactly why I went for the Honeywell (and the touch controller).

Just in case.
Great system & Honeywell always been in front with there build and design.
Yes it still works without the internet.
We just tell Google to change temps if needed.
Now up to £144
Nealjane10002/03/2020 15:51

Now up to £144


It's showing as £144 but there's a 10% off voucher (just tick the box) which brings it down to £129
I've had this for 3 years and have built up to 12 hr92 valves. Some of them have become difficult to use with the metal clasp becoming loose. Would these be a decent back up to hr92? Cheers..
FUNKYDADDIO02/03/2020 19:01

I've had this for 3 years and have built up to 12 hr92 valves. Some of …I've had this for 3 years and have built up to 12 hr92 valves. Some of them have become difficult to use with the metal clasp becoming loose. Would these be a decent back up to hr92? Cheers..


Not sure which metal clasp you mean? On the battery compartment? They should be a straight swap, bearing in mind the limitations I have mentioned above.

I'm hoping to get more than 3 years out of my HR92s though!
DuncanB02/03/2020 19:09

Not sure which metal clasp you mean? On the battery compartment? They …Not sure which metal clasp you mean? On the battery compartment? They should be a straight swap, bearing in mind the limitations I have mentioned above.I'm hoping to get more than 3 years out of my HR92s though!


Yeah on the top of the batteries, I've found they can become less tense through time meaning they use more batteries and can turn off randomly
FUNKYDADDIO02/03/2020 19:22

Yeah on the top of the batteries, I've found they can become less tense …Yeah on the top of the batteries, I've found they can become less tense through time meaning they use more batteries and can turn off randomly


I've had mine 18 months and just replaced my first set of batteries, the others still seem to be OK. Hopefully by not having to change them too often I won't wear that part out too quickly.
Hi guys, I am sure this question has been asked already but cant find from google search. what is the return on investment for these?
jittychauhan03/03/2020 14:18

Hi guys, I am sure this question has been asked already but cant find from …Hi guys, I am sure this question has been asked already but cant find from google search. what is the return on investment for these?


It depends on too many variables to calculate reliably, primarily how efficient your heating is and how well insulated your house is.

Some people claim significant savings, others have seen their bills increase slightly.

I reckon I'll probably break even over 3-4 years but for me the incentive was more around comfort, especially in the kids' rooms.
jittychauhan03/03/2020 14:18

Hi guys, I am sure this question has been asked already but cant find from …Hi guys, I am sure this question has been asked already but cant find from google search. what is the return on investment for these?


I paid around £600 for initial set up just over 3 years ago, based on gas usage which I tracked I recouped the cost at 2 years..
Istanbul_Kop02/03/2020 13:42

Does the Honeywell Evohome system not work completely offline, via the …Does the Honeywell Evohome system not work completely offline, via the thermostat if Honeywell ever did stop support or their system goes down (as it often does)? I read this and chose it as I thought this was the case, as opposed to something like the Tado system which is wholey dependent on a connection to them?


I agree. This is the only reason I haven't gone for Tado.
Tado ceases trading, they stop supporting the system down the line, their servers go offline, your internet connection goes down or your router fails. Lots of single points of failure, which even if fails for just a moment could result in a cold house when you get home, or get home to find the heating has been on all day. Way too much reliance on Tado for the investment.
Just a quick update to say I installed these at the weekend, swapped out the 4 bedroom
HR92s for these and I would definitely say they are quieter although I haven't done a direct side by side comparison. HR92s are now on the remaining 4 radiators so my whole house is connected up.
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