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tado° Smart Thermostat - Starter Kit V3+ with Two Add-on Smart Radiator Thermostats for Multi-Room Control £134.99 Amazon
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tado° Smart Thermostat - Starter Kit V3+ with Two Add-on Smart Radiator Thermostats for Multi-Room Control £134.99 Amazon

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Posted 6th Feb

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Just saw this on amazon deal of the day.

Starter Kit + 2x smart radiator.

tado° Smart Thermostat - Starter Kit V3+ with Two Add-on Smart Radiator Thermostats for Multi-Room Control, Works with Amazon Alexa, Apple HomeKit, and The Google Assistant

Thanks @Bestbitter, deal ends midnight tonight. Sorry misread when posting. Thanks MOD for updating



tado° Smart Thermostat - Starter Kit V3+ with Two Add-on Smart Radiator Thermostats for Multi-Room Control, Works with Amazon Alexa, Apple HomeKit, and The Google Assistant

  • Control your heating from anywhere with the tado° app on your phone, and have a clear overview of your climate History and savings.
  • Reduce your energy consumption, save money, and enjoy the perfect room temperature at all times With help from intelligent skills: geofencing, open window detection, and weather adaptation.
  • Auto-assist: for even more comfort you can automate Geo fencing and open window detection (available in-app, 2.99/month, 24.99/year, cancel anytime).
  • Smart Home INTEGRATION and voice control for your heating with Amazon Alexa, Apple Home Kit, and the Google Assistant.
  • For homes with an existing thermostat wired to a Combi boiler (I.E. No hot water tank). includes two Smart Radiator Thermostats for multi-room control.
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Hurt my eyes look at this one it’s so hot!

Starter kit is typically £100 on a reasonable deal
Radiator thermostats typically £35 on a good deal

Basically a free radiator thermostat on a very good price for the rest.


Nb newbies you may need a hot water extension kit as well as this
Is it hard to install it and how much will let cost?
Thanks, Op! Countdown clock on the deal says expires in 16 hours, which would be Midnight tonight, not 1pm today.
Edited by: "Bestbitter" 6th Feb
happyman198206/02/2020 07:14

Is it hard to install it and how much will let cost?


Can be installed yourself, Tado provide very detailed step by step instructions online.
Bestbitter06/02/2020 07:56

Thanks, Op! Countdown clock on the deal says expires in 16 hours, which …Thanks, Op! Countdown clock on the deal says expires in 16 hours, which would be Midnight tonight, not 1pm today.


Sorry, misread when was posting. Will try to change
daveateallyourbees06/02/2020 06:31

Hurt my eyes look at this one it’s so hot!Starter kit is typically £100 on …Hurt my eyes look at this one it’s so hot!Starter kit is typically £100 on a reasonable dealRadiator thermostats typically £35 on a good dealBasically a free radiator thermostat on a very good price for the rest.Nb newbies you may need a hot water extension kit as well as this


Would have gone for this one, if only haven't recently purchased the wiser kit...
happyman198206/02/2020 07:14

Is it hard to install it and how much will let cost?


If same as drayton wiser, it's simply a matter of unscrewing the existing trv and screwing this one on. Must be videos on YouTube.
Does this work when fitted with combi boiler for both heating and hot water?

Also, I'm planning to install a hot water tank soon. Will it work with hot water tank?

Thanks.
Edited by: "hotfordeals" 6th Feb
Be aware reading the comments it says the v3+ version is subscription based for the smart features
hotfordeals06/02/2020 08:18

Does this work when fitted with combi boiler for both heating and hot …Does this work when fitted with combi boiler for both heating and hot water?Also, I'm planning to install a hot water tank soon. Will it work with hot water tank?Thanks.


I believe you need an add on for hot water, from my research hopefully someone that actually has one can confirm
SimonAinsworth06/02/2020 08:27

Be aware reading the comments it says the v3+ version is subscription …Be aware reading the comments it says the v3+ version is subscription based for the smart features


£3pm I’ve heard most people pay it in the colder months and don’t bother in the summer. So for those down south subscription is £3per year.
SimonAinsworth06/02/2020 08:28

I believe you need an add on for hot water, from my research hopefully …I believe you need an add on for hot water, from my research hopefully someone that actually has one can confirm


Thanks Simon, that helps. Hopefully, someone who is already using it can confirm.
SimonAinsworth06/02/2020 08:27

Be aware reading the comments it says the v3+ version is subscription …Be aware reading the comments it says the v3+ version is subscription based for the smart features


The subscription is only if you want the features to be fully automated (geo-fencing and open window detection). With-out subscription you get notifications and you have to switch the heating on and off manually. For me the notification option works better, as when I have a baby sitter, and me and the wife go out we can opt to leave the heating on. Otherwise it would automatically be turned off as both registered phones would have left the house.
I need a thermostat upstairs and down. What would I require?
I see this is listed under Multi Room Audio
The TRVs aren't totally silent
I just bought the V3 from Box. No subscription but you can get the upgraded app for a one off £19.99
Then I bought 4 TRVs
This is a bargain. Heat, but only when you're near home
mrew4206/02/2020 09:51

I see this is listed under Multi Room Audio The TRVs aren't totally …I see this is listed under Multi Room Audio The TRVs aren't totally silent


Oops. Haven't noticed that one. Don't know how to amend though. Can only see correct sub-category. Can a MOD please help?
Edited by: "dragonballz78" 6th Feb
dragonballz7806/02/2020 09:56

Oops. Haven't noticed that one. Don't know how to amend though. Can only …Oops. Haven't noticed that one. Don't know how to amend though. Can only see correct sub-category. Can a MOD please help?


Looks like it just picked up multi-room from the title. Helpful.... Sometimes
If I have a thermostat already near the boiler - I don’t need the expansion kit?
I would need a extension kit and adding that to the price , realistically how many years to reach breakeven ? at least 3 to 4 years ? May be time to replace these by then ... I might be totally wrong .. but seems these smart techs price tags are not worth it ? .Someone can correct me.
mrew4206/02/2020 10:07

Looks like it just picked up multi-room from the title. Helpful.... …Looks like it just picked up multi-room from the title. Helpful.... Sometimes


'multi-room' close enough i guess, lol
SimplyBest06/02/2020 10:33

I would need a extension kit and adding that to the price , realistically …I would need a extension kit and adding that to the price , realistically how many years to reach breakeven ? at least 3 to 4 years ? May be time to replace these by then ... I might be totally wrong .. but seems these smart techs price tags are not worth it ? .Someone can correct me.


Currently using drayton wiser kit. Similar stuff. can hardly see any financial savings (from smart meter's data), but all the rooms are more bearable. No longer having to heat up empty rooms, and I like some rooms to be cooler, and my OT prefers some warmer. Those 'fights' are gone now, and I can now enjoy cooler rooms/lounge. Also easier to monitor baby's room. For me, that itself is a gain for me, and any money saved a re bonus!
so for someone with a regular schedule of when they are home/away, a normal heating timer and sensibly adjusted TRVs in unused room is just as good?
hotfordeals06/02/2020 08:57

Thanks Simon, that helps. Hopefully, someone who is already using it can …Thanks Simon, that helps. Hopefully, someone who is already using it can confirm.


Yes, you'll need the extension kit to either run a thermostat remotely or to control the hot water.
thedon06/02/2020 17:42

so for someone with a regular schedule of when they are home/away, a …so for someone with a regular schedule of when they are home/away, a normal heating timer and sensibly adjusted TRVs in unused room is just as good?


If you're schedule is very regular then you're unlikely to save a huge amount. It is still enormously convenient and super simple to make schedule changes - our old electonic programmer was a right pain to change so generally stayed the same regardless of when we were in and out.
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