Nest Thermostat 3rd Generation @ priority plumbing - voucher code LUCKY
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Nest Thermostat 3rd Generation @ priority plumbing - voucher code LUCKY

£168.76£20016%Priority Plumbing Deals
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Found 13th Apr
Thanks to @dwl999Nest smoke and co2 alarm deal that lead me to this one. Nest thermostat with free stand use voucher code LUCKY all colour available

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    Good find OP! Heat!
    cracking deal!!!
    Gutted I missed the Screwfix deal, but this one is better so thanks
    Original Poster
    The voucher is only on today
    Edited by: "zeekillah" 13th Apr
    It said stand sold separately
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    Onlydbc11 m ago

    It said stand sold separately


    If you add them both to the basket the price is taken off for the amount for the stand also don't forget to use the voucher LUCKY
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    Edited by: "zeekillah" 13th Apr
    How much do you reckon installation would be?
    Nest or hive? Debating what to go for. Thanks
    powerful_Rogue2 m ago

    How much do you reckon installation would be?


    About £70
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    powerful_Rogue4 m ago

    How much do you reckon installation would be?


    £60-70
    Thanks

    Hmmmm, Nest of Hive - Better get researching!
    They site doesn't accept PayPal which is disappointing
    Aren't these fairly easy to install anyway? I'm currently in a rented property. Would I be able to install this easily enough and then take it out when we move and put their old thermostat back in?
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    metoyou1236 m ago

    Nest or hive? Debating what to go for. Thanks


    I have nest protect so it was fitting for me to get nest.

    Best having a look read this it might help:

    trustedreviews.com/opi…071
    Gentatsu5 m ago

    Aren't these fairly easy to install anyway? I'm currently in a rented …Aren't these fairly easy to install anyway? I'm currently in a rented property. Would I be able to install this easily enough and then take it out when we move and put their old thermostat back in?


    You have to install the heat link, thermostat can be wired or wifi so you could leave their set up in place (disconected) and connect heat link to the boiler.
    Edited by: "scottishpunter" 13th Apr
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    Gentatsu5 m ago

    Aren't these fairly easy to install anyway? I'm currently in a rented …Aren't these fairly easy to install anyway? I'm currently in a rented property. Would I be able to install this easily enough and then take it out when we move and put their old thermostat back in?


    Yes they are fairly easy I was surprised how easy it was to install, but saying that depending on how confident you are.

    If you can change a socket you could do this I'm my opinion.
    Great deal although the free stand doesn't seem to apply for the stainless steel one,. Does for the other colours
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    Gentatsu7 m ago

    Aren't these fairly easy to install anyway? I'm currently in a rented …Aren't these fairly easy to install anyway? I'm currently in a rented property. Would I be able to install this easily enough and then take it out when we move and put their old thermostat back in?


    It also comes with a user guide and there are plenty of videos online which are very helpful.
    zeekillah2 m ago

    Yes they are fairly easy I was surprised how easy it was to install, but …Yes they are fairly easy I was surprised how easy it was to install, but saying that depending on how confident you are. If you can change a socket you could do this I'm my opinion.


    I agree - fitted 2 one at the inlaws and my own - switched timers with the heatlink so never went near the boiler. They were both combi boilers so it was the easier end of installations.
    zeekillah3 m ago

    Yes they are fairly easy I was surprised how easy it was to install, but …Yes they are fairly easy I was surprised how easy it was to install, but saying that depending on how confident you are. If you can change a socket you could do this I'm my opinion.


    Awesome. I've changed all the sockets to USB ones here, and kept their old ones to put back when we leave, too.
    scottishpunter4 m ago

    You have to install the heat link, thermostat can be wired or wifi so you …You have to install the heat link, thermostat can be wired or wifi so you could leave their set up in place (disconected) and connect heat link to the boiler.


    When I googled heat link, it just came up with the thermostat. Does it come included with it? Their thermostat is currently wireless and you can program each day of the week, but that's about it.
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    scottishpunter3 m ago

    I agree - fitted 2 one at the inlaws and my own - switched timers with the …I agree - fitted 2 one at the inlaws and my own - switched timers with the heatlink so never went near the boiler. They were both combi boilers so it was the easier end of installations.


    Most boilers that I have seen have the wires already installed to a timer like mine and the ones you worked on, so it makes it so much easier
    Only downside i've seen compared to the hive is that this has to be hardwired, wheras the hive runs on batteries. Thats a shame
    Gentatsu10 m ago

    Awesome. I've changed all the sockets to USB ones here, and kept their old …Awesome. I've changed all the sockets to USB ones here, and kept their old ones to put back when we leave, too. When I googled heat link, it just came up with the thermostat. Does it come included with it? Their thermostat is currently wireless and you can program each day of the week, but that's about it.


    Yes it comes with the thermostat - if you look at an install video or google images it is a square box like a hub which wires to the boiler. As above if you have a timer, it will be wired to the boiler and it would be a case of switching that.

    Think if you take isolate the power, take photos of the before wiring and move one wire at a time it is pretty straight forward, the more complex your set up the more complex the install.
    powerful_Rogue5 m ago

    Only downside i've seen compared to the hive is that this has to be …Only downside i've seen compared to the hive is that this has to be hardwired, wheras the hive runs on batteries. Thats a shame


    It is usb powered so you can put it anywhere in your house or wire it to the heatlink if convenient. Benefit of it being wired (opposed to battery) is that it lights up when it senses your presence and has a better screen, looks better in my opinion.

    I found it easier to install (failed with Hive), as it has a screen it is easy to attach to your wifi network by physically adding your password and the whole system linked automatically - with Hive I would get the thermostat on wifi, not the controller and vice a versa - probably user error but I am happier with the Nest, but it is all about personal preference.
    Edited by: "scottishpunter" 13th Apr
    Seems the free stand is no longer being offered
    scottishpunter4 m ago

    It is usb powered so you can put it anywhere in your house or wire it to …It is usb powered so you can put it anywhere in your house or wire it to the heatlink if convenient. Benefit of it being wired (opposed to battery) is that it lights up when it senses your presence and has a better screen, looks better in my opinion.I found it easier to install (failed with Hive), as it has a screen it is easy to attach to your wifi network by physically adding your password and the whole system linked automatically - with Hive I would get the thermostat on wifi, not the controller and vice a versa - probably user error but I am happier with the Nest, but it is all about personal preference.



    Thanks.

    Hmmm, I really fo like the look of the nest, however I want to put it on the landing which has no power.
    ChrisNacca10 m ago

    Seems the free stand is no longer being offered


    And it seems like the price is slightly higher now: 168.76
    No free stand either - Changed in my basket
    Nope, main offer is still good but no free stand. Still heat from me though!
    powerful_Rogue1 h, 9 m ago

    Thanks.Hmmm, I really fo like the look of the nest, however I want to put …Thanks.Hmmm, I really fo like the look of the nest, however I want to put it on the landing which has no power.


    I had same issue but depending on where your heat link is placed and how good the electrician is you can easily take the power from the heat link T1 and T2 terminals and run cable discreetly to the thermostat.

    For me luckily it was under the stairs so placed it above small door and drilled a hole through.
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    I will change the title of it
    sh206 h, 42 m ago

    smartheating also have this deal if it helps anyone: …smartheating also have this deal if it helps anyone: https://nest.smartheating.co.uk/how-it-works/


    sorry not seeing it, just stuff about buying a boiler
    mcrobbj1 h, 35 m ago

    sorry not seeing it, just stuff about buying a boiler


    Ahh I think I must have had a stroke when I wrote that. Ignore me. Sorry!
    I have a brand new one for sale but without reading the regs im guessing you are not able to post ads or sell on here?
    Any people can enlighten me? thanks in advance....just curious really.
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    How do you check if your heating system works with nest or hive? I have an oil fired boiler.
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