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Outsunny Charcoal BBQ Grill Trolley Barbecue Patio Outdoor Garden Heating Smoker - £39.99 delivered using code @ outsunny / eBay
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Posted 6th MayPosted 6th May
Outsunny Charcoal BBQ Grill Trolley Barbecue Patio Outdoor Garden Heating Smoker £39.99 (With Code : PRICEWINS), FREE DELIVERY

Got the same one from lidl, which was a bit cheaper, holding up well, and we use ours frequently...


Well done on the BBQ today. I wanted too as well but wifey didn't trust the weather. Huh, it would have been perfect - grrrr to her! P.S. Mine was a brilliant investment, no worries with it at all.


Bought what looks like an identical BBQ from Dunelm for 25 pounds, and at 25 quid it was pushing it as a worthy investment. Avoid this


Terrible quality. This item should be remoed from here.


Pretty much identical BBQ was available for a tenner less not to long ago Black Trolley BBQ Grill £25 / £28.95 delivered @ Dunelm

Hive active heating thermostat + hub £119.99 @ Screwfix
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Posted 29th AprPosted 29th Apr
Cheapest I can find, in thier bank holiday deals that expire on the 3rd may. Hot water one also the same price if you have a water tank For use with combi boilers. Control heating… Read more

Yes, on a combi boiler that is the correct way to have it setup


Deal expired. £148.99 now which is still a better price than some retailers


Just bought this. Fed up of the wife leaving the heating up too high and it comes on during the night. Do people with these usually bypass the timer settings on the boiler, so have the heating on constant and adjust it all via the Hive itself?


Thanks for this! To get matching smart radiator valves they are about £54 each usually but I got a 5 pack and 3 pack on Hive itself, then paying 2.99 for a monthly something that got me 10% off works out £38.99 per smart TRV. Also light bulbs on offer on AO website so grabbed some of these.


This or the Google Nest learning version?

Meross smart heating starter kit £39.99 - Sold by Meross Home EU and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Posted 23rd AprPosted 23rd Apr
Best price since March 2020. Also available used for £39.09. Free delivery. Standard price: £49.99 20% off offer expires 23:59 on 26th April 2021. Voucher code: MTS100H Room-… Read more

There's lots of how to YouTube Videos , doesn't look that difficult, but I know what you mean. Only the receiver requires wiring in, the Hub and the Thermostat are easy DIY. It will also work like a normal Thermostat without the HUB in "stand alone" mode.


The point is that they control the radiators.


Had one of these and sent it back. Not a great product in all honesty and kept losing connection to the device.


Will have to keep an eye out for a good deal including installation. Some have said it's easy enough to install but I wouldn't want to chance that with me lol


I had a Hive system installed end of last year, does exactly what you want plus more.

£5 Friday Offers - Includes No7 Mascara, No7 Liquid Lips, Soap & Glory Self Heating Face Mask & more + Free click & collect on £15 @ Boots
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Posted 23rd AprPosted 23rd Apr
£5 Friday deals - time for a new batch! Prices sometimes take a while to update on the link / go live (usually around 1.30am) As usual, these £5 deals stack with existing offers :… Read more

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I use it. It warms your skin up as soon as you apply it. It is ok but without a „wow” factor


I love the idea of the self heating face mask, but there's only a couple of reviews, and they aren't great. Anyone tried it?


Has to b if not 💯 % money back guarantee


Is healthy feet good?

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HIVE Active Heating Multizone Thermostat (Add-on) - £80.49 @ Currys PC World
Posted 14th AprPosted 14th Apr
HIVE Active Heating Multizone Thermostat Add-on for Hive Active Heating Includes thermostat / receiver Works with Amazon Alexa / Google Assistant / IFTTT Control up to 3 zones o… Read more

Does anyone know if I purchase this and then purchase the hub separately would it work like the hive full active heating?


As long as you are a competent DIYer yes, key thing is to read the wiring diagrams! If your heating thermostats are currently wired to the heating rather than wireless it is likely to be a little more complex as you will need to isolate the wiring to the wall thermostats then connect the hive receivers with additional wiring. It makes sense to do it this way as if you ever wish to revert then cabling is still in place. If they're already wireless it should be easier but do not assume the wiring that connects to the plastic 'mount' is the same as what is required by hive - the plastic brackets used by receivers appear to be universal but the wiring of them is not.


Got it for £52 from Amazon few weeks ago..cold from me as it keeps coming at lower price on Amazon every few weeks. It is £80 now on Amazon and would rather buy from Amazon for the same price as much better CS. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Hive-Active-Heating-Multizone-Amazon/dp/B018E1SHQU/ref=sr_1_5?dchild=1&keywords=HIVE+Active+Heating+Multizone+Thermostat&qid=1618475567&sr=8-5


Is the full hive package easy to install by yourself?


Ahh , thanks

Hive Active Heating Smart Thermostat, Receiver & Hub £99 at BT shop
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Posted 14th AprPosted 14th Apr
I saw the 2 deals for the Stat and Hub but if you add the Thermostat a bundle offer comes up for the Stat/Receiver and Hub for £99, pretty good deal. This will work on combi boile… Read more

The BG engineer came to install everything today, all went well and am very happy. I actually bought the Thermostat + hub (no receiver sent). I have a conventional boiler + hot water cylinder (not a combi). The engineer turned up supplied the receiver (heating and water) and the hub. Everything was set up, the engineer was courteous, on time, and very helpful to show me how everything worked. They did not install the thermostat onto my wall, but i think that's because my current one isn't on the wall. I will just need to return the hub from BT and job done!


My receiver arrived this morning. I guess I was just lucky


So it looks like I am going to have to wait then and there would be no point in sending this back due to the price we paid so I am happy to wait in that respect. I knew that there was a minimum 55 day wait anyway so waiting a bit longer isn't going to make that much difference.


So I have finally had a better response back... Hi, I'm sorry for the delay in replying to you. The voucher code you have is correct. I can also see that it hasn't been redeemed yet. The agents you have spoke to were adding the wrong pack to the basket. They were adding the BG engineer visit pack to the basket. The code you have is not valid with that pack. It is valid with the Hive Active Heating with professional installation pack. I've had a look at the engineer diary that only goes up to the 1st of June and there are no appointments available in your area up until that date. The issue you have when your order Hive with installation from a 3rd party retailer is that the 3rd party retailer doesn't have access to British Gas's systems so are not able to view engineer availability. Your voucher code is valid for a number of years. You could wait until there is availability or you can return the thermostat to the retailer you purchased it from and ask for a refund because you haven't been able to get British Gas to install it due to there being no engineer availability at the moment. I am sorry for any inconvenience. I will make sure feedback goes to the agents you spoke to. If you decide to wait then please keep an eye on our website. When you see professional installation is available again for Hive Active Heating then add Hive Active Heating with a hub and installation to your basket, RRP £249, and then at checkout enter your voucher code in the promotional code box and the cost will change to £0. Kind regards


I did try this morning and couldn't get through so I got in touch with them on twitter as they seem to be more efficient with helping customers unlike the SA call centre I keep being put through to. I also spoke with BT on webchat who advised me to send them an email with the order number and voucher code to see if they can get this sorted but I very much doubt they can do anything. There shouldn't be an issue with the code as it is from Hive. Fingers crossed the twitter team manage to sort this very frustrating issue out. :)