Nest Thermostat, 3rd Generation £149.99 @ Amazon
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Nest Thermostat, 3rd Generation £149.99 @ Amazon

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Edited by:"itom"Found 22nd Nov
Stainless Steel, Copper & Black.

23/11/17 - UPDATE Price Dropped Overnight from £154.99 to £149.99 (Now Including The Majority of Colours!)

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🔥🔥🔥 Hoping the Nest Protect will drop next 🤞🏼
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Ordered mine for same day delivery!

Heat, hopefully Curry’s will follow suit, got £75 worth of Curry’s vouchers just waiting for the Nest to drop in price 😁

oh wow been waiting for this!

🔥🔥🔥 Hoping the Nest Protect will drop next 🤞🏼

Nice one.

Would have preferred the copper, but ordered anyway, 🔥

i have a multizone house so ordered 2

Waiting for nest E thermostat

robertkeen112 m ago

🔥🔥🔥 Hoping the Nest Protect will drop next …🔥🔥🔥 Hoping the Nest Protect will drop next 🤞🏼


Me too

Wow thats a good deal!!!! Always been around £195 for a few months

Ordered ... Let the games begin ... Can always return it should be cheaper elsewhere ( which I fully expect )
Holding out for a drop to £135 .... I hope .

I'm not sure. I've really tried to convince myself this is a great piece of kit to have. But there are alot of negative reviews concerning the software and many people wanting to revert back to their trusty old programmer. Installation I've been quoted around 100. Or you can buy the nest with installation for 235 locally. So it actually works out cheaper buying from an installer if you don't plan on fitting yourself.
Edited by: "ryansonic" 22nd Nov

As good as Hive ?

Daytrader1 h, 3 m ago

As good as Hive ?


I heard this is better than Hive.

Ordered! Thanks!

fratpack445 h, 38 m ago

Would have preferred the copper, but ordered anyway, 🔥


It depends on how much the copper is worth to you, but John Lewis has the copper for £169 delivered.

Do Nest not cater for houses with multi zone?

ryansonic4 h, 51 m ago

I'm not sure. I've really tried to convince myself this is a great piece …I'm not sure. I've really tried to convince myself this is a great piece of kit to have. But there are alot of negative reviews concerning the software and many people wanting to revert back to their trusty old programmer. Installation I've been quoted around 100. Or you can buy the nest with installation for 235 locally. So it actually works out cheaper buying from an installer if you don't plan on fitting yourself.


You can keep your trusty old programmer and buy smart radiator valves for each room for room by room control

ripper100120 m ago

Do Nest not cater for houses with multi zone?


Yes you need one per zone. I was going to just buy one for downstairs and leave upstairs on the timer used presently.
Edited by: "ryansonic" 22nd Nov

ryansonic5 h, 14 m ago

I'm not sure. I've really tried to convince myself this is a great piece …I'm not sure. I've really tried to convince myself this is a great piece of kit to have. But there are alot of negative reviews concerning the software and many people wanting to revert back to their trusty old programmer. Installation I've been quoted around 100. Or you can buy the nest with installation for 235 locally. So it actually works out cheaper buying from an installer if you don't plan on fitting yourself.


Official nest installer for my area charged £60 and included a fair distance of travel for him.

Better than hive. I bought this for £199 2 weeks ago.

I'll be buying this and returning the other.

Thank you! Let’s see if there’s another drop on Friday. Been after a nest for months.

I've had nest a couple of years and it is good. It doesn't support multi room though...

Free installation atm if you buy from NES
Edited by: "Fussy" 22nd Nov

I've read loads of reviews for nest and hive and both are similar. The only thing nest seems to have Over hive is the intelligent learning. Other than that, nest is wired so you have to have a cable to a power socket.

Can anyone else shed any better light. I have ordered Nest, but I get the feeling that Hive is better due to being totally wireless.

How much is installation? I’m not going to try this my self. If it’s more than £60 it’s probably worth getting it for £219 from best direct or getting the hive for £159 inc fitting.

So tempted. But pretty sure I need someone else to install it. Not even sure it would install on my boiler 😔

robocop99920 m ago

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From what I see the benefits of Nest over hive are;
*Has learning capabilities
*Thermostat can be powered from your original thermostats wiring, or you can use USB. No batteries like Hive
*Looks better
*Hive is cumbersome as it comes in 3 parts.. the HiveHub must be ethernet connected to the router so you can communicate via smartphone or web interface. Nest doesn't require a hub.
*Don't know how true this is, but once registered to your house you can't sell it on to use in another home

For me another major benefit of nest is that it can be used alongside over 50 other smart devices eg ... Phillips hue bulbs ,ring door bell , etc whilst hive only works with other hive products . So for me nest gives u more flexibility in choosing how to develop the smart features in your home

teekaytk1 h, 54 m ago

You can keep your trusty old programmer and buy smart radiator valves for …You can keep your trusty old programmer and buy smart radiator valves for each room for room by room control

Any recommendations for the valves or similar systems that incorporates smart valves?

Had mine for over a year. Love it. Also got the protects.

Excellent customer service. I had a faulty one due to my messed up installation. Bought from a person on eBay as brand new. Rang nest and they sent a replacement next day and a couple of days later an engineer turned up to fit. All for free.

Only thing that bugs me is the large numbered temperature on the display is what you have set not what the room is. It’s backwards in my mind. But highly recommend. The app works flawlessly away from home.

robodan9188 h, 16 m ago

Waiting for nest E thermostat


Is it available in the UK yet ??

ryansonic7 h, 23 m ago

I'm not sure. I've really tried to convince myself this is a great piece …I'm not sure. I've really tried to convince myself this is a great piece of kit to have. But there are alot of negative reviews concerning the software and many people wanting to revert back to their trusty old programmer. Installation I've been quoted around 100. Or you can buy the nest with installation for 235 locally. So it actually works out cheaper buying from an installer if you don't plan on fitting yourself.


Not trying to undermine deal as it is good but I have a tado (and there was a maplin deal to get a starter kit if you are android rather than apple for £85). This has geofencing which works really well and I personally prefer the minimalist look. Maybe worth a look?

Check out tado. This has smart valves...
6moe6644 m ago

Any recommendations for the valves or similar systems that incorporates …Any recommendations for the valves or similar systems that incorporates smart valves?

Just ordered one.

Was thinking of getting a second one for multizone - how much plumbing is required for a second Nest on a new multizone system?

thanks

CUFC011 h, 6 m ago

Had mine for over a year. Love it. Also got the protects. Excellent …Had mine for over a year. Love it. Also got the protects. Excellent customer service. I had a faulty one due to my messed up installation. Bought from a person on eBay as brand new. Rang nest and they sent a replacement next day and a couple of days later an engineer turned up to fit. All for free. Only thing that bugs me is the large numbered temperature on the display is what you have set not what the room is. It’s backwards in my mind. But highly recommend. The app works flawlessly away from home.


Go in the settings and you can change that. Mine's set to show the current temperature but you can show time, weather etc etc.

Also another tip.
If you're fitting the heat link near your boiler and the NEST itself over an old socket (i.e metal back box). Fill it with plumbers putty.
I filled the whole back box in with plumbers putty to seal the nest from the wall. I was getting some odd humidity readings which I think were from inside the wall. That seemed to fix it.

Ordered.

Found a stand (not original) on eBay for £13.50, any cheaper anywhere else?

c.grex28 m ago

Ordered. Found a stand (not original) on eBay for £13.50, any cheaper …Ordered. Found a stand (not original) on eBay for £13.50, any cheaper anywhere else?


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