Netatmo Thermostat £89.99 Amazon
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Netatmo Thermostat £89.99 Amazon

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Found 17th Jan
Been waiting for this to drop in price again. Usually around £120

Control your home temperature via your phone or Alexa.
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thomasbentley9 h, 39 m ago

Avoid: mine stopped working after 14 months after update!


Yeah I had a light bulb once which stopped working so now I refuse to buy any.
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Hang on?
Is this all you need?
Don't you need a hub or is everything here?
How does this compare to Hive?
We have one of these and are very happy with it.
We use it along side Energenie radiator stats.
1616french2 m ago

Hang on?Is this all you need?Don't you need a hub or is everything …Hang on?Is this all you need?Don't you need a hub or is everything here?How does this compare to Hive?


You get the boiler switch that is controlled via the thermostat, this links to your router wirelessly.
shalton8 m ago

We have one of these and are very happy with it.We use it along side …We have one of these and are very happy with it.We use it along side Energenie radiator stats.


I second that , got this set up with ifttt and ade life 360 so turns heating off when last person leaves, first person home, etc.
shalton10 m ago

You get the boiler switch that is controlled via the thermostat, this …You get the boiler switch that is controlled via the thermostat, this links to your router wirelessly.


I know absolutely nothing about these or the Hive and Nest systems so appreciate your help.
As I've mentioned on Hive threads I have a combi boiler but no separate thermostat at all.
All the controls for the heating are on the actual combi boiler.
At the moment our timer switch is broken so was wanting to buy something like the Hive instead of paying to repair the timer switch.
Would really appreciate any advice from anyone who has had a similar combi boiler and maybe purchased one of these.
Tia
I have thus its brilliant.. Go on there website first to make sure your boiler is compatible. You will receive a hub that plugs into a normal plug socket that connects to your router. Excellent product for the price. I got home serve to fit mine £30..
Works with alexa too so you can turn it down or up without getting off your a ###
Can you wire this straight to your combi boiler if you don't have a separate thermostat?
scottwhittlejunk21 m ago

Works with alexa too so you can turn it down or up without getting off …Works with alexa too so you can turn it down or up without getting off your a ###


Did yours come with a relay unit?
As I don't have a separate thermostat YouTube install videos suggest you need a Netatmo relay and a thermostat.
Amazon doesn't say if this package comes with a relay.
Thanks
You get the relay, which wires into you boiler - It gets its supply from the boiler and acts as a switch so the thermostat can switch it on or off when necessary. Someone has said you plug it in, this isn't usually required as you can pick up the supply from your boiler. The relay also acts as a hum wirelessly to your router.
shalton4 m ago

You get the relay, which wires into you boiler - It gets its supply from …You get the relay, which wires into you boiler - It gets its supply from the boiler and acts as a switch so the thermostat can switch it on or off when necessary. Someone has said you plug it in, this isn't usually required as you can pick up the supply from your boiler. The relay also acts as a hum wirelessly to your router.


Thanks and ordered
1616french3 m ago

Thanks and ordered


Off the Amazon link for this - Relay included.

Box Contains1 x Thermostat
1 x Mobile stand
1 x Relay
1 x Boiler adapter
1 x Mains adapter
1 x Mounting plate
1 x USB cable
4 x colour adhesives
3 x AAA batteries;Screws / Screws anchors

Just look up the wiring diagram for your boiler so you can see the 240v terminals and the switching terminals.
Edited by: "shalton" 17th Jan
Avoid: mine stopped working after 14 months after update!
Amazon will refund if that happens.
thomasbentley1 h, 43 m ago

Avoid: mine stopped working after 14 months after update!



Do the full reset then on it. It will have been given the update to give it HomeKit.
I have a compatible boiler with an existing control very similar to this, is it genuinely as easy as wiring a plug to remove the old control and replace with the Netatmo or would I be better getting an electrician (I know one who take this on despite it being tiny job).

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Edited by: "sportyfae" 17th Jan
Thanks OP


Super easy!

There’s a video to show you how
I'd recommend as well. works great with the app and easily connects with Alexa.
sportyfae3 h, 41 m ago

I have a compatible boiler with an existing control very similar to this, …I have a compatible boiler with an existing control very similar to this, is it genuinely as easy as wiring a plug to remove the old control and replace with the Netatmo or would I be better getting an electrician (I know one who take this on despite it being tiny job).[Image]


Yes the netatmo thermostat is connected by a couple of wires here, the netatmo hub just needs to be plugged in somewhere where it can get a good signal to both this and the router. If you have a timer for the heating, set it to continuous and set up the timings through the app or website.
Ours has worked faultlessly for a couple of years.
sportyfae4 h, 39 m ago

I have a compatible boiler with an existing control very similar to this, …I have a compatible boiler with an existing control very similar to this, is it genuinely as easy as wiring a plug to remove the old control and replace with the Netatmo or would I be better getting an electrician (I know one who take this on despite it being tiny job).[Image]


Yes - basically the wires that go to the thermostat are power controls - the thermostat just switches the boiler on or off, with this new one you can now control it via the ap or also at the wall like the old one.

You do not need an electrician, it only has two wires that connect to the box, and there are plenty of instructions for connecting, and the support peeps are pretty good at getting back to you to answer your questions, if a little slow.
I spotted this this morning and ordered.

Hoping it’s as easy to install as above. If it help I emailed Netatmo direct with a picture of my current wiring and they replied in about 2 hours confirming it’s 2 cables (grey and black) that I will just reuse.
Had mine since November 2016 very happy with it.
Great price, had one a few years ago for £99 to replace broken thermostat, friends bought one as well when they saw how easy it is, also if your one of the remaining 10 people with a windows phone there is an official windows phone app!
Hoping an existing owner can help. I've currently got a wired thermostat, it would seem that the easiest install would be to just replace that with the netatmo and plug the relay into a socket. I guess the only benefit of connecting the relay directly to the boiler is that the netatmo thermostat becomes completely wireless and can be placed anywhere? but you can use an app on your phone to adjust so that's a bit of a mute point?
Edited by: "foxyloxy" 17th Jan
Mine be working fine, no probs since fitting myself for over 2 years.
foxyloxy24 m ago

Hoping an existing owner can help. I've currently got a wired thermostat, …Hoping an existing owner can help. I've currently got a wired thermostat, it would seem that the easiest install would be to just replace that with the netatmo and plug the relay into a socket. I guess the only benefit of connecting the relay directly to the boiler is that the netatmo thermostat becomes completely wireless and can be placed anywhere? but you can use an app on your phone to adjust so that's a bit of a mute point?


I haven’t got mine yet however the point on not needing to move as you can use the app is forgetting the actual unit is what measures the temperature and therefore when the heating might be on or off.

for example you might want it in the living room as that’s where you spend most of your time or might want it in a hall way as that’s more of a mod-point temperature-wise. If it’s fixed to set point and that’s where it’s always warm/cold it won’t be doing it best job IMO.
A2DY_5 m ago

I haven’t got mine yet however the point on not needing to move as you can …I haven’t got mine yet however the point on not needing to move as you can use the app is forgetting the actual unit is what measures the temperature and therefore when the heating might be on or off.for example you might want it in the living room as that’s where you spend most of your time or might want it in a hall way as that’s more of a mod-point temperature-wise. If it’s fixed to set point and that’s where it’s always warm/cold it won’t be doing it best job IMO.


Thanks for your reply. I'm sure my builders considered many heat flow factors when they decided to put my existing stat in the hall :-)
thomasbentley9 h, 39 m ago

Avoid: mine stopped working after 14 months after update!


Yeah I had a light bulb once which stopped working so now I refuse to buy any.
Highly recommended, has saved me hundreds since I installed mine a year or so ago. The Alexa skill works well though I've never really felt the need to use it!
Saltotom5 m ago

Highly recommended, has saved me hundreds since I installed mine a year or …Highly recommended, has saved me hundreds since I installed mine a year or so ago. The Alexa skill works well though I've never really felt the need to use it!


Can I pm you for some info?
Does anyone use any sort of smart trv set up with hive? I'm desperate for one! Wondering if I could do it with 2 separate hubs?
foxyloxy2 h, 15 m ago

Hoping an existing owner can help. I've currently got a wired thermostat, …Hoping an existing owner can help. I've currently got a wired thermostat, it would seem that the easiest install would be to just replace that with the netatmo and plug the relay into a socket. I guess the only benefit of connecting the relay directly to the boiler is that the netatmo thermostat becomes completely wireless and can be placed anywhere? but you can use an app on your phone to adjust so that's a bit of a mute point?


I think you've misunderstood how these connect up. The thermostat is a free-standing unit (you can stand it on a surface, or attach it to a wall, but it's not wired in as it runs on batteries). The relay must connect to specific connections on the boiler to turn it on and off - it may also be able to take power from the boiler, or if not you can plug it in to a regular socket.
I've had this for about a year. I would fully recommend
Does any body have any thoughts of this netamo system vs hive?
id already decided hive in favour of nest, but this netamo system is a lot cheaper - just wondering if anybody has tried both and prefer one over the other?
thanks!
shakerstevens12 m ago

Does any body have any thoughts of this netamo system vs hive?id already …Does any body have any thoughts of this netamo system vs hive?id already decided hive in favour of nest, but this netamo system is a lot cheaper - just wondering if anybody has tried both and prefer one over the other?thanks!


I've never had hive. I know a year ago benefits of Hive were that you can adjust temps in different rooms. With Netatmo this option wasn't available. My netatmo app now gives me options to adjust temperature in different rooms but I've never used it
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Very simple and easy to use. Highly recommended.
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Anyone know if when the internet down what happens does it stick with schedule or does the boiler remain on!
Had this since it first came out. Simple to fit and simple to use. I hard wired to replace the thermostat but there are instructions for a wide variety of options from freestanding to boiler link. My boiler is remote so thermostat was the easiest (and I didn't really want it freestanding). The timer control is set to permanently on so this takes full control. Programming can be simple to as complicated as you want. You define temperatures for named periods and then adjust the programming to use these. Sounds complicated but once done it's almost fit and forget. Any changes or over rides I do from my phone app but it seldom needs anything. It self adjusts based on internet weather info or if you have their weather station your own data. You can see the history by just turning your phone to landscape and you get monthly email summaries. Set up Alexa too but not used that yet. Can't see what else anybody would want and at this price! Again, I'd recommend without hesitation.
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