Nest Thermostat 3rd Generation @ Maplin for £149.99 (£10 voucher + 5.5% TCB)
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Nest Thermostat 3rd Generation @ Maplin for £149.99 (£10 voucher + 5.5% TCB)

£149.99Maplin Deals
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Edited by:"cprasad"Found 25th Nov
Maplin have now price matched to £149. IF anyone not interested for Stand (as screwfix deal have free stand included), then probably they can go for this deal, where you can get £10 voucher when purchase is over £80.

TCB - 5.5 %

2841377.jpgVoucher offer valid 15/11/17-30/11/17. Voucher to use on your next purchase between 01/12/17-24/12/17.

Product overview
• Change the temperature, adjust your schedule and see how much energy you use – all in one place
• Control your hot water tank. And give your hot water a boost when you need it
• Compatible with Amazon Echo
• Auto schedule learns the temperatures you like and programs itself
• Auto away notices when you’re away and automatically turns down the heat
• Change the temperature of your home remotely from your smart phone, tablet or laptop
• True Radiant learns how your home warms up so you only use as much heat as you actually need
• The Nest Thermostat is compatible with, on average, 95% of heating systems. Check your compatibility Click Here
• Track your energy usage history – the more you know, the more you can save

25 Comments

Insane deal

Do you think an update is imminent 4th gen

I know this is obviously a nest deal but I was wondering if anyone knows much about hive? If I already have a hub can I just buy the multizone Kit which includes the thermostat and receiver and everything work?

wakkaday4 m ago

Do you think an update is imminent 4th gen


I doubt it. They normally update autumn

Previously been £100, I was hoping it might again over Black Friday!! Where’s that dam time machine when I need it!

Cheapest around at the moment
Edited by: "HUX1" 25th Nov

HUX19 m ago

Previously been £100, I was hoping it might again over Black Friday!! …Previously been £100, I was hoping it might again over Black Friday!! Where’s that dam time machine when I need it! Cheapest around at the moment


Nest been £100?
MIssed that....I know Hive was for teh full kit on Prime Day and down to £120.

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mgk3 m ago

Nest been £100?MIssed that....I know Hive was for teh full kit on Prime …Nest been £100?MIssed that....I know Hive was for teh full kit on Prime Day and down to £120.


Yes, it was £109.50 on 15 sep (Amazon and maplin) for couple of hours.

No colour options is a shame. 150 is good if you're able to fit yourself but fitting costs are over £70 so the fitted price of 220 direct from Nest makes the most sense.

mgk44 m ago

Nest been £100?MIssed that....I know Hive was for teh full kit on Prime …Nest been £100?MIssed that....I know Hive was for teh full kit on Prime Day and down to £120.


Got hive for 120 with 30 cashback

Do maplin also do student discount?

Sidetracking a bit, but has anybody installed one of the systems that puts a wireless thermostat on each individual radiator (instead of room thermostats) so that you can use your phone/tablet/whatever to set the temperature of each individual room?

Stuff like Hive multi zone is limited to 3 zones, but all our rooms tend to be massively different in temperature.

edanfalls28 m ago

Sidetracking a bit, but has anybody installed one of the systems that puts …Sidetracking a bit, but has anybody installed one of the systems that puts a wireless thermostat on each individual radiator (instead of room thermostats) so that you can use your phone/tablet/whatever to set the temperature of each individual room?Stuff like Hive multi zone is limited to 3 zones, but all our rooms tend to be massively different in temperature.


Netatmo system includes radiator thermostat, but costs start mounting up when you start adding it all up.
Edited by: "scottishpunter" 25th Nov

dylunia1 h, 6 m ago

Got hive for 120 with 30 cashback


Where from?

edanfalls59 m ago

Sidetracking a bit, but has anybody installed one of the systems that puts …Sidetracking a bit, but has anybody installed one of the systems that puts a wireless thermostat on each individual radiator (instead of room thermostats) so that you can use your phone/tablet/whatever to set the temperature of each individual room?Stuff like Hive multi zone is limited to 3 zones, but all our rooms tend to be massively different in temperature.


You need tado for that. They sell TVRs which you can add to as many rads which each act as a zone

Is there any advantage in this system if you are at home all the time?

Surely this is more for remote operation.

Currently we simply turn up the temperature on the digital thermostat when it gets cold.

What advantages would this give us?

I can't really see any.

ian183 h, 19 m ago

Is there any advantage in this system if you are at home all the …Is there any advantage in this system if you are at home all the time?Surely this is more for remote operation.Currently we simply turn up the temperature on the digital thermostat when it gets cold.What advantages would this give us?I can't really see any.


You would be better with the Honeywell Evohome or Drayton Wiser where you can control the temperature in each room. Although they are more expensive to buy they would give far greater control and cost savings.

stiched8 h, 38 m ago

Where from?


AO were doing the £30 cashback on the Hive self install but believe that this ended on Black Friday.
Edited by: "larrythelamb" 26th Nov

Has anyone with nest got a townhouse, does it work fine in say the ground floor hallway, and provided decent heating for all floors, is the learning programme accurate?

How does one know if it can straight replace a thermostat? I have the BT RS1 thermostat and its in the lounge which is the coldest room of the house. So the rest of the house is boiling hot due to this.
Edited by: "montana78" 26th Nov

wakkaday13 h, 3 m ago

Do you think an update is imminent 4th gen


Already on the market, but for now only US. It's Called "Nest Thermostat E".

Apparently functionality is exactly the same but screen and build is a little downgrade.
Biggest difference is the pricedrop 3rd $269 vs E $169

nest.com/the…ew/

Comparision

pocket-lint.com/new…nce
Edited by: "teddybeers" 26th Nov

Good deal, I got the Screwfix one with stand. Also realised waiting a year for it to drop another £30 would cost me at least double that in wasted gas! Buy now start saving.

teddybeers6 h, 52 m ago

Already on the market, but for now only US. It's Called "Nest Thermostat …Already on the market, but for now only US. It's Called "Nest Thermostat E".Apparently functionality is exactly the same but screen and build is a little downgrade.Biggest difference is the pricedrop 3rd $269 vs E $169https://nest.com/thermostats/nest-thermostat-e/overview/Comparision http://www.pocket-lint.com/news/142281-nest-thermostat-e-vs-nest-thermostat-3-0-what-s-the-difference



these are on bay for £100, would they work in the uk

HUX13 h, 23 m ago

these are on bay for £100, would they work in the uk


I don't see any reason why not as all of the devices this days can work from 110V up to 240V,

HUX14 h, 0 m ago

these are on bay for £100, would they work in the uk



Not sure about this but looking at unboxing videos the USA version does not appear to contain the Heat Link which is necessary to control the existing system.

Presumably in the USA they have different heating standards and over there the controls are all in the round Nest thing itself?

Got this for £135 with NUS discount. Cheers.
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