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Tado Smart Radiator Thermostat £44 (UK Mainland) @ ao

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Good deal here on brand new single radiator smart thermostats if you are in the market for any.

Can be had slightly cheaper if you dont mind having a refurb direct with tado at £40 but I wanted a new unit as it was only £4 difference

Tado Refurb (scroll down to the refurbs)

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Product Overview

Make sure you’ve got the right temperature at all times with this tado° smart radiator thermostat. You can control it with your smartphone or tablet, but thanks to a bunch of clever features, you might not even need to do that. The built-in sensors keep track of how warm it is, and they’ll even use weather forecasts to set the perfect level. Plus, by using your phone’s location, they’ll automatically turn the heat down when you leave the house, and turn it back up again when you’re on the way back. And if you’ve got an Amazon Alexa, Google Home or Apple HomeKit, you can just tell it how hot or cold you’d like it. Bliss.

Please note, to use this thermostat you’ll need the tado° Internet Bridge (sold separately) and have to download the free tado° app, which is compatible with all iOS and Android devices.


Key Features
Smart radiator thermostat - manage heating remotely
Control it from your phone or tablet
Works with Apple HomeKit, Google Home and Amazon Alexa
Starter Kit required (sold separately)
Easy self installation

Dimensions (cm) - (H)5.2 x (W) 5.2 x (D)7.6
Control Using Smartphone, Tablet
Includes Hub / Bridge No - Required
Smart Assistant Compatibility Apple HomeKit, Amazon Alexa, Google Home
Manufacturer Warranty- 2 Year
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    Good price for a single. Best I've seen for bulk buys is 3x for £120 and 4x for £150.
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    usmaan.mahmood25/02/2022 12:40

    Good price for a single. Best I've seen for bulk buys is 3x for £120 and …Good price for a single. Best I've seen for bulk buys is 3x for £120 and 4x for £150.


    4 for £150 would be good will look out for this. Where was it out of interest please?
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    axe325/02/2022 12:48

    4 for £150 would be good will look out for this. Where was it out of …4 for £150 would be good will look out for this. Where was it out of interest please?


    Costco last black Friday but it's the only time I've seen that price.
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    usmaan.mahmood25/02/2022 12:40

    Good price for a single. Best I've seen for bulk buys is 3x for £120 and …Good price for a single. Best I've seen for bulk buys is 3x for £120 and 4x for £150.


    So you can't get th at this price now, right?
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    Yep, I had a hunt and this is the cheapest atm and cheapest since BF. Interestingly, the x4 bundle from ao is more expensive than they're selling them singularly 🤷
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    Typically just as I go to add some to basket they sell out
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    colthillary25/02/2022 14:16

    You always can go the refurb route direct with tado at …You always can go the refurb route direct with tado at £39.99https://uk.shop.tado.com/


    I bought a refurb item once and found that, although it looks brand new, it had software issues. When it would call for heat there was always an additional 30 / 40 second delay. Wasn't worth it. I returned and bought a brand new item and that worked perfectly.
    Edited by: "Faistime" 25th Feb
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    Faistime25/02/2022 14:19

    I bought a refurb item once and found that, although it looks brand new, …I bought a refurb item once and found that, although it looks brand new, it had soeftware issues. When it would call for heat there was always an additional 30 / 40 second delay. Wasn't worth it. I returned and bought a brand new item and that worked perfectly.


    Given a choice I would always opt for brand new but its always an option for some if they want to try and save a few pounds.
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    JamalFatty25/02/2022 13:57

    Typically just as I go to add some to basket they sell out


    That's almost eternally me so I feel for ya having a week off work with a crocked back does wonders for your bargain acquisition... However, Not so great for your credit card balance
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    Edited by: "colthillary" 25th Feb
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    Faistime:

    I bought a refurb item once and found that, although it looks brand new, it had software issues. When it would call for heat there was always an additional 30 / 40 second delay. Wasn't worth it. I returned and bought a brand new item and that worked perfectly.

    30 second delay? I wouldnt call that a delay at all. How fast do you expect the radiator to warm up? It would take ~10-15 mins for the room to heat up anyway
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    colthillary25/02/2022 16:12

    Next best new price I can find is £48.99 - …Next best new price I can find is £48.99 - Screwfixhttps://www.screwfix.com/p/tado-smart-trv-head-white/781pg


    You sure?, says 69.99 for me
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    I bought refurbished and the only issue was the temperature needing offsetting, which can be done in the app easily
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    Jonesy_Doo25/02/2022 16:25

    You sure?, says 69.99 for me


    Ah, my mistake I have a plumbfix account and didnt notice I was logged in.
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    colthillary25/02/2022 16:37

    Ah, my mistake I have a plumbfix account and didnt notice I was logged in.


    No worries, they have a good discount with trade account? Not got one so never looked
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    Can anyone tell me, will these override the thermostat and switch on the boiler? I want to heat one bedroom at night but the main thermostat is downstairs. If I set the room I want heated on the trv, but turn the thermostat downstairs low, will the trv override and heat the bedroom for me? Thanks.
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    Ian197925/02/2022 16:58

    Can anyone tell me, will these override the thermostat and switch on the …Can anyone tell me, will these override the thermostat and switch on the boiler? I want to heat one bedroom at night but the main thermostat is downstairs. If I set the room I want heated on the trv, but turn the thermostat downstairs low, will the trv override and heat the bedroom for me? Thanks.


    No you need to have the Tado thermostat for that.
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    fishLuke25/02/2022 19:52

    No you need to have the Tado thermostat for that.


    I thought he meant that the main thermostat downstairs was also a tado one.
    Will it override the downstairs tado thermostat though and turn on the boiler?
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    rossygnol25/02/2022 20:15

    I thought he meant that the main thermostat downstairs was also a tado …I thought he meant that the main thermostat downstairs was also a tado one.Will it override the downstairs tado thermostat though and turn on the boiler?


    Yeah I'm pretty sure it should with a tado thermostat.
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    Do these work well with a Nest thermostat?
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    I do beleive its only for Tado? I had a Nest and just swapped over as wanted the smart TRVs to try and balance out the heat in my home and hopefully save a few pennies on gas!
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    Back in stock again on AO for £44

    Or from AO store on ebay (same price), unless you have a promotional code to reduce further still.
    Edited by: "colthillary" 1st Mar
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    Gone up to £48 it seems now
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    fishLuke25/02/2022 20:18

    Yeah I'm pretty sure it should with a tado thermostat.


    Sorry only just seen replies. Yes I meant if had a tado trv on every radiator and a tado thermostat downstairs, do the trv's override the thermostat if I want one room heated away from the main thermostat. I can't get my head around the need for a thermostat if the trv's can turn on the boiler? Surely the thermostat is completely redundant if you have smart trv's on all radiators that can control the boiler?
    Edited by: "Ian1979" 5th Mar
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    Ian197905/03/2022 11:07

    Sorry only just seen replies. Yes I meant if had a tado trv on every …Sorry only just seen replies. Yes I meant if had a tado trv on every radiator and a tado thermostat downstairs, do the trv's override the thermostat if I want one room heated away from the main thermostat. I can't get my head around the need for a thermostat if the trv's can turn on the boiler? Surely the thermostat is completely redundant if you have smart trv's on all radiators that can control the boiler?


    Yes the radiator TVR will override. Yes it can be redundant but most people use it either to kick in all radiators that do not have tado TVR or put them in a room that has tado TVRs but use the lone thermostat for temperature reader in that room as its more accurate not being close to radiators. Another instance if you have radiator cover, the TVR temperature reading will be wrong, so you may prefer a separate thermostat in that room.
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    rossygnol05/03/2022 11:50

    Yes the radiator TVR will override. Yes it can be redundant but most …Yes the radiator TVR will override. Yes it can be redundant but most people use it either to kick in all radiators that do not have tado TVR or put them in a room that has tado TVRs but use the lone thermostat for temperature reader in that room as its more accurate not being close to radiators. Another instance if you have radiator cover, the TVR temperature reading will be wrong, so you may prefer a separate thermostat in that room.


    Great, thanks
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    rossygnol05/03/2022 11:50

    Yes the radiator TVR will override. Yes it can be redundant but most …Yes the radiator TVR will override. Yes it can be redundant but most people use it either to kick in all radiators that do not have tado TVR or put them in a room that has tado TVRs but use the lone thermostat for temperature reader in that room as its more accurate not being close to radiators. Another instance if you have radiator cover, the TVR temperature reading will be wrong, so you may prefer a separate thermostat in that room.


    This is kind of what I've done. We've an open plan kitchen/lounge with 2 rads at either end. The old thermostat and programmer were in this room, so I just swapped like for like instead of rewiring elsewhere. I've set the thermostat as the reader for that room as it's in the centre, so gives a more accurate representation of the overall space.

    Kind of seemed overkill to have 2 srv's and a thermostat in one room but it's necessary.

    On another note, have to say how easy the whole thing was to fit. Thermostat, programmer, bridge and 4 srv's fitted in around an hour... That included working out a slightly non-standard wiring issue with the old programmer.
    Edited by: "Darealspoon" 5th Mar
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