Honeywell Evohome WiFi connected thermostat pack £158.40 - Plumbcentre
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Honeywell Evohome WiFi connected thermostat pack £158.40 - Plumbcentre

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Found 6th Feb
Just noticed that Plumbcentre have a sale on a few of their Evohome parts, using the code FIRSTSHOP20 you can also get 20% off the sale price of £198 making this a bargain at £158.40 max discount allowed on the order is £100 but if you go the route of a few first orders you could get this Thermostat and 8 controllable radiator valves for £456

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It's still £198 when I proceed to the next screen where I need to enter my details.

the savings are insignificant compared to the pain of going into a Plumb Centre TBF

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germainsophie

It's still £198 when I proceed to the next screen where I need to enter … It's still £198 when I proceed to the next screen where I need to enter my details.



Yeah sadly it seems that it will not apply to items already in a sale, sorry about that, I've hit expire.

Best bet would be the one that I picked up the other week, £426 total with 6 valves, (can confirm that it's the new model control) as that isn't in the sale so code should work

plumbcenter.co.uk/pro…ck/

Looks like my 1st PC monitor

Got this deal just before Christmas, great product, albeit a little noisy.

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pjmcc

Got this deal just before Christmas, great product, albeit a little … Got this deal just before Christmas, great product, albeit a little noisy.



Getting it all fitted this Friday, having system flushed, magnaclean fitted and then this all installed. Hoping should help my aging system a bit. Had read about the noise, are the valves that bad when opening and closing?

as loud as a motorised valve would be under 2xaa power.
its noticable but not really a problem.
ive had them installed throughout the house for over 2 years and my 4yr old has never commented on them.

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stuartturrell

as loud as a motorised valve would be under 2xaa power.its noticable but … as loud as a motorised valve would be under 2xaa power.its noticable but not really a problem.ive had them installed throughout the house for over 2 years and my 4yr old has never commented on them.



Fair enough, we're having all new TRV's fitted too so hopefully they should operate smoothly lessening the torque needed on the motor.

Does this require an additional thermostat, or does the base unit act as one?
Thanks

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fonzie2107

Does this require an additional thermostat, or does the base unit act as … Does this require an additional thermostat, or does the base unit act as one?Thanks



The main control unit can be used as a room thermostat, but with this system the beauty is in the zoning by radiators.

I agree that the main reason to get evohome is their multizoning capability. So you would want to get multiple thermostats (for each room / zone) in order to get the most out of this system.
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