Nest Learning Thermostat, 3rd Generation ( Amazon Prime )£134.99
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Nest Learning Thermostat, 3rd Generation ( Amazon Prime )£134.99

£134.99Amazon Deals
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Found 11th Jul
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When following the link from here, scroll down to
the offer button for prime members to get the deal price.





I have been looking at the nest or the hive, but was told hive doesn't seem to work in Ireland that well. So now the nest is at a price I can afford and will go well with the dots I just bought.





The stand is actually back on offer again following this link





amazon.co.uk/gp/…6E/

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that's a really good price. There are many guides online how to install. combi boilers are the easiest to install to, as its just 2 wires to the boiler.
after almost 12 months of using it i can recommend, reliable and works well

Original Poster

thankfully my kind neighbour will install it for me. I just have to justify this to my wife as a long term investment
Edited by: "trilock" 11th Jul

Seems to be OOS already!

Thanks for heads up

Cracking price

Not OOS.... Just ordered one.


Fantasic product, highly recommended. Works with amazon Dot integration-

"Alexa set nest to 20 degrees"
"Alexa se nest to 15 degrees"

You can set the temperature anywhere in the world, also nice if you have elderly relatives as two houses can be on the app, toggle and control both seamlessly in the cold Winter months

Edited by: "deany76" 11th Jul

Hive hive hive la la la la

Gordon's a Hive!

Seems to be back up to £198..50 now (silver). Black one is £211.48.

techno79

Seems to be back up to £198..50 now (silver). Black one is £211.48.



click view offer on right side

or maybe this link works link

Yeah click the 'view offer' on the right.... only the silver is discounted, really wanted the copper, but for £135 I don't mind silver

Pity the stand has gone back up to £29

my friend got one for £90 on ebay so I checked and it is possible to get one for 90 used or 110 brand new on ebay past few months so gonna skip on this deal.

zebrum1 h, 7 m ago

my friend got one for £90 on ebay so I checked and it is possible to get …my friend got one for £90 on ebay so I checked and it is possible to get one for 90 used or 110 brand new on ebay past few months so gonna skip on this deal.

Are they the third generation or second? Can you post a link plz.

Back at £198 now

Apple-sam - you need to click the button on the right for prime members

ermelandus

Apple-sam - you need to click the button on the right for prime members



Aarrggghhhh....was in the app, didn't see that, thought I'd missed the deal. Thanks!

Great deal. I was also being an idiot and didn't see the view offer button.

Does anyone know any reasonably priced nationwide installers?

Original Poster

i don't know any installers, but I do have to say looks really simple to do . even the instruction manual explains it pretty well . I was going to get my neighbour to do it but after looking I might just do it myself

Hoping I could get some advice.

Currently have no thermostat in the house, just TRVs. It's an open vented gravity system with an old Potterton Suprima boiler and Honeywell programmer in the garage, and a hot water cylinder in an airing cupboard upstairs.

Will have an electrician and plumber in for a few days in a couple of weeks as the ground floor is being remodelled, so I could ask one to add installation to their work.

Is this the only item I would need to buy (i.e £134.99) to get a wireless thermostat up and running? I'm assuming if I can buy this myself it will be a heck of a lot cheaper than the supply cost from a plumber in a few weeks.

Thanks!

Shame this ships in the 'certified frustration free packaging' as I've not long bought one of these from Screwfix, now fitted. Could have bought this and returned it

Immoraliste

Hoping I could get some advice.Currently have no thermostat in the house, … Hoping I could get some advice.Currently have no thermostat in the house, just TRVs. It's an open vented gravity system with an old Potterton Suprima boiler and Honeywell programmer in the garage, and a hot water cylinder in an airing cupboard upstairs.Will have an electrician and plumber in for a few days in a couple of weeks as the ground floor is being remodelled, so I could ask one to add installation to their work.Is this the only item I would need to buy (i.e £134.99) to get a wireless thermostat up and running? I'm assuming if I can buy this myself it will be a heck of a lot cheaper than the supply cost from a plumber in a few weeks.Thanks!



yes, it includes the 'heat link' which wires to the boiler, the nest thermostat and a charger, no stand though. so everything you need

Might be worth asking the plumber to wire as i'm guessing they do it more often than an electrician. Electrician might also want to add a fuse spur which is not a bad thing to do.

Seems to have stopped now

Original Poster

Yea seems to be over. Hope this thread helped some people, including myself. A couple of things that I liked about the nest from what I can see was the proximity sensor. The nest display turns on as you approach it and its display is supposed to be very clear, and also its learning ability is supposed to be very good once you get it up and running.. Kinda looking forward to getting it now

WTH? it's expired. I could have swirn the counter was going down till midnight. Rushed home especially. #@%$!

Looking forward to getting mine too, not sure I have confidence for self install though. Currently have a basic thermostat on the wall but swear it doesn't even work.

Original Poster

installed mine last night, DIY.. it was very easy to do, just took my time and mapped out where each wire went and then connected it into its place.. only thing I had a problem with, is that it wouldn't find my WiFi on upstairs hub, but worked on downstairs hub. signal just about reaches it with that hub. definitely easier than I thought

Mine arrived on Saturday Thanks OP
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