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Monogram by Beurer Premium heated double mattress cover with dual controls £9.99 delivered @ eBay sold by Argos
Found 13th AugFound 13th Aug
I know it's still August but this is an amazing price for a dual control heated mattress cover. They are on Amazon for £79.99! Only double available at this price as they have sold… Read more

Not that it helps much if it's now OOS. But we have a Beurer Monogram Kingsize under-blanket/mattress cover and it's the best one we have ever had. Very comfortable, very quick to heat, and very even heating. Nice to know they make their products in Europe as well, not that that will be a plus point for the gammons on here ;)


Shame wanted to order one for my Nan :(


Do you one for £55 delivered (y) 🏻


I only wanted one! ;(


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Mynt Wearable Heating Pad with USB 2.0 Connection @ £13.99  (Prime) / £18.48 (non Prime)  Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon
Found 9th AugFound 9th Aug
It's cooled down today, here, get one of these to warm up again (party)
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Wolowitz approved!


USB and Heat do not mix.... This is just a gimmick. You want portable neck/shoulder heat, get a Gel deep heat stick on wraps. It's called Mynt, because they will be making a tidy sum from the gullible people buying this (highfive)


Getting one for winter riding on the bike lol


Looks like the ideal thing if your making a fan made star trek movie, heat!


Cheers for that pal I'll order some of that too :)

STATUS 6" Desk Fan - White (only available on click & Collect due to fast selling product) - £9.99 @ Currys
Found 26th JulFound 26th Jul
Great price for this 6" fan on these hot days!! For a compact, efficient solution to keeping yourself cool, consider the Status 6" Desk Fan in white. With two different speed s… Read more
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The Argos simple value 7" fan is also good value at £12.99, OK it's £3 more but it is a little bigger and can oscillate from side to side: http://www.argos.co.uk/product/4251800 Still have it in a few branches near me...


Argos at Stafford have these in stock collect from weekend on click and collect I ordered 2 any size fan better than no fan


Voice of experience..........always welcome. :/


I have tried but my ribs get in the way.


These are so small ypu can't feel the air, instead of buying this fan you can give your self a big blow it's the same thing

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Hive heating £99.99 amazon prime day
Found 17th JulFound 17th Jul
Hive Active Heating Thermostat without Professional Installation, Works with Amazon Alexa https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B011B3J6KY/

Paid £109 bit miffed when it dropped to £99 so the message saying a refund of £10 was nice


What price did you get it for? £109 or £99? In the grand scheme of things a £10 saving doesn't matter too much, it's more the principle of it now - "early adopters" got screwed over.


Yes was quite surprised. Though I bought at the higher price in the morning and the price dropped later that same day so could be only refunding difference if bought on same day.


Really? Just spent 20 minutes banging my head against the wall on live chat. Got nowhere. No refund. :(


Just had an email stating as there was a price drop they are refunding £10 (y)

Charbroil deals at ASDA -       Back to previous page     Home     Home & Garden     BBQs & Heating      Char-Broil Tru-Infrared 3 Burner & Side Gas Grill  Char-Broil Tru-Infrared 3 Burner & Side Gas Grill £139
Found 12th JulFound 12th Jul
Hope this helps someone. Some great deals on Charbroil grills at ASDA. I bought this three burner (with a fancy infrared grill) There is also this standard 4 burner https://dire… Read more
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smoking price


Managed to pick one up yesterday in store for £45


Great price


Just picked the ex display unit from Asda for £120, would of easily paid £139. I have also read you can add a rotisserie to it if required :) heat added


I bought the 2 burner version of this at the end of last years season for £50 from Asda.

Hive Active Heating and Hot Water Thermostat with Professional Installation £139.99 @ Amazon
Found 10th JulFound 10th Jul
Gutted i missed out on this hive with installation deal on Amazon a few days ago but just noticed its just gone back down to £139.99. There's also a few on warehouse deals a bit c… Read more
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Someone had used the code. Sent receipt and waiting on a call back.... UPDATE had to ring back British gas and they told me as the code had been used they could not support my installation. I am having to return it to Amazon for a full refund. They did give me 10 pound credit as a gesture of goodwill but sadly the price has gone up to 249.00 now. I have however got my sister to order it on her prime at the prime deal of 138.99. Hoping for better luck this time.....


I've just received mine also warehouse deal and code scratched already. They're closed now but will ring tommorrow and hope I have the same luck


Same here. Bought a like new from Amazon warehouse. Code was scratched off. Hive have booked me in for Tuesday next week with me emailing proof of my purchase showing it was bought 'with installation'.


OK so mine arrived today (purchased amazon warehouse one). Seems a cheeky monkey had bought it, scratched off the cover of the installation code, used that for some nefarious purpose then sent the kit back to amazon (and i assume got a full refund). So when i called just to arrange installation they mentioned that code had been used. The kind lady asked me to forward a copy of my reciept (showing "with installation" i guess) and within 48hrs i should have a new code generated for me then i can book the team out. Clearly this has just happened but i will come back and edit this post with the outcome. edit: They just called with a replacement installion code. Booked the engineer for next friday - winner :)


Lett me know if instalation code works, Cheers.

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Hive heating and hot water with installation - £139.99 @ Amazon
Found 6th JulFound 6th Jul
Hive thermostat for systems that need both heating and hot water. Includes professional installation.

Well, i have a back boiler so was limited to heating twice a day for a minimum of 90 minutes each time (old clock style A,B,C,D,). Now I can have it on 6 times a day, different temperatures as little as 15 minutes each time so a huge improvement there. I can also use the app or send a text to put either the water only on or the heating when I'm away from home You can also set the heating to come on through the night should the temperature drops below a certain level It works with Alexa, so a command like "Alexa, tell hive to boost my hot water for 1 hour" does exactly that. Any price installed for less than £180 is a bargain as It already saves me about £40 a year so will pay for itself in time. Cheers


What would you say is the best part of it?


FYI users complained about battery draining issues on hive forums, this is a known fault and are usually replaced for free.


best thing i ever bought paid £175 fitted


great deal. This plus amazon voucher from TUI glitch paid up today! England should win this World cup

tado Smart Thermostat Starter Kit v2 only £49.99 @ O2 - WOW!
Refreshed 24th JunRefreshed 24th Jun
Just stumbled across this whilst browsing for a powerpack - but this is an awesome deal! The tado smart thermostat starter kit for only £49.99! on the O2 website. Just had a look … Read more
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Pity it's out of stock now. There seems to be an odd price difference in the various bits though, is it just stock clearance pricing rather than the contents? You can get smart thermostat on its own for £89, but the V3 starter kit (thermostat+bridge) is £159, valuing the bridge at £70. With the radiator thermostat kits at £138 (the 2 TRVs are £59 each), that values the bridge at £20. Assuming it is the same gear in both packages, you'd be cheaper getting the radiator thermostat kit and a standalone thermostat. Or even cheaper yet to get the radiator thermostat kit and this deal (getting therm for £50 rather than £89), and just bin the v2 bridge!


Impatience kicking in on receiving the firmware update - if not received in say 5 days though I'll chase it up with them in case needs a manual push out Not sure if any other potential issues mind. Got up this morning, pressed button to check temp display on screen (and of course make sure still working) - but display showed at first the down arrow icon with the line underneath. It then did show the temperature, but sometimes when I press that button I get that icon, othertimes don't and get the "menu" as it should be According to the installer pdf that should only show up when setting up, to access the settings page where set the R01 etc


can anyone kindly please PM a Uniday code for o2 please.


Showing out of stock now :'(


thank you, Downloaded so I'll take a look through it in the morning. hopefuly can get back into it if needs be. I've searched on the flashing - apparently that is updated in the firmware update. the current one running is 20.7 but looks like its in the 40s now - hopefully that'll push itself out soon

Hive Active Heating With Professional Installation £179.99 Amazon
Found 8th JunFound 8th Jun
Good price including professional install. If anyone knows where you can find this cheaper, please let me know!

Best to buy summer as trying to get an install after autumn is tricky in winter very hard


If you are not desperate hang on a bit. Got this on Amazon in December (Heating and Hot water version ) installed for £159.99... Keep a check and it is often reduced.


Heating & hot water now £249


Good deal. Did get it from the Amazon truck for £149 last month, but that was one of those special deals.


Cheaper on ebay with the 10% off deal... should be able to get it for 160

Hive Active Heating Multi Zone Smart Thermostat £79 @ Argos
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FREE £5 VOUCHER WHEN YOU SPEND £50 OR MORE If you have existing individual heating zones you can now control them with Hive Active Heating Multizone. It helps you to be more energ… Read more

Not a bad price at the moment. Would have got it at this price but was lucky enough to get one from Maplin in Norwich for £39.99 at the weekend.


Launched in November 2015, almost 2 years after Evohome, so my point remains entirely valid...it's the only way to go if you are serious about smart heating.


Well, Hive have had support for zones for a few years now. So take that as you will.


does this include fitting?


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20% off at Hive including Hive Active Heating with installation £199.20 at Hivehome
Found 25th MayFound 25th May
20% off a range of hive products. Ends 3 June. £199.20 for Hive with installation, cheapest currently available with installation that I can see. Thanks to Kin - 2.02% on topcash… Read more
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Irrespective of the price, I bought one of these under an Amazon offer sometime ago and think the system is great. These new systems that you can control from your phone, are really useful and I would definitely buy one again.


Got one on eBay for 160 2 days ago.


Thanks Kin, it has been cheaper in the past but this is the best deal I am aware of that is available right now.


I bought this and additional stat for 270 from them with install for both. So im happy with that.


Was on amazon truck deal 2 days ago for £150 can buy from ebay between £125-£150 sealed

Hive active heating and hot water with installation - £149.99 on Amazon Treasure Truck
Found 23rd MayFound 23rd May
Hive active heating and hot water thermostat, including free installation! 4 stops today - A 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM Greenfield Road Car Park Commercial Road London, E1 1EN B 1:00… Read more

None near me but hot for those who can get it! Hope Amazon show the North East some love!


Anyone know if there are any other locations in the south east at all?


Dang - just had a Hive system installed (for £300 installed with 2 zones)! Ah well. From what I can tell there's not much difference between them practically, but the Nest is possibly slightly better for most people due to the auto-learning schedule, although tends to be slightly more expensive. However if your heating system has more than 1 zone (ours has upstairs and downstairs) then hive is significantly cheaper, (around £100 for the extra thermostat and valve controller, as you can link it to the same hub) Nest can do multi-zone, but you basically have to buy 2 complete nest systems. I decided the learning schedule wasn't worth the extra £100ish.


Paid £150 around a year ago from Amazon with installation, good cost and great purchase for the house.



Luxury Forest of Dean Glamping Breaks from £40.80 per Pod (For up to 4 people) Incl. underfloor heating, flat-screen TV, use of pool, gym, sauna etc .. at Groupon
Found 21st MayFound 21st May
Camping is definitely not my thing, but Glamping... that I can handle! These luxurious glamping pods in the Forest of Dean sleep up to four people for just £40.80 when you use d… Read more

I was wondering if there was a shower unit. Oh, no! I don't need to waste time on it. Thank you for the post! Most useful!


Thank you!


There is a site called Hilly Cow Wigwams just outside of Edinburgh. It’s got good reviews on Trip Advisor


Got one of these 'deals' last year for 2 nights in a 'luxury' camping pod, all I can say is if that's luxury, you've had some pretty rubbish holidays because we lasted less than 24 hours before we booked into a hotel. Here's what they DON'T tell you: - there is no loo or sink in the pod, obviously, so you have to walk a fair way for the loo, which is rubbish if it's night or you have young kids especially. You have to take a crate of bottled water. - I took one look at the shower (full of grass?!) and decided to leave it until I booked into the hotel. - There is no temperature controls in the pods, so in the summer when we went it was BAKING and you can't leave the door open as midges fly in (and there were dogs running free.) - the pods are thin, just wood, so you can hear everything being said inside them and there's not that much of a gap between them! Basically for the money you might as well stay in a premier inn or similar and actually have the basics plus a few 'luxuries' like air con!


And Cabin Fever..

Hive Active Heating Multizone - £50 instore @ Maplin (Parkgate, Rotherham)
LocalLocalFound 12th MayFound 12th May
Hive heating unit in Maplins Parkgate Rotherham. Only one on shelves, but everything in store 50%off
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Saw 2 controllers for £25 in Maplin at Barnsley yesterday


wish i could get it at this price, my little Maplin store close and bigger one, shelf's cleared,


No worries when you mentioned 2nd thermostat you made it sound like an existing heating system had to be in place for it to work :/


Sorry for not being explicit enough. I was generalising......I've not typically known a user purchase a hub without any other components.....


To be honest if we are being that pedantic then yo could use it without a hub, and have no online facilities. My post above was more about explaining the use for an additional zone!

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Hive active heating thermostat with self installation. Also same price for heating and hot water. Amazon are matching the heating only but not the heating and hot water.
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Where did you get nest that cheap?


ebay, got two copper ones for £140 each brand new sealed, seems to be the going rate, the black ones go for more it seems


What a load of twaddle. Jog on


A learned man of all the products and ways of the ‘merica and no idea of functionality within the uk.Good day I’m rather tired of your incessant babble.


And for your reading comprehension I also live in the uk. Just because it isn’t available yet doesn’t mean it won’t be, with any purchase you surely look at what is available now and what is in the roadmap for the future? The doorbell is already down as coming soon, lights all available, plugs all available, cameras all available, door sensor all available, voice control all available, motion sensors all available, leak sensors all available etc. There are already systems for the other things if people can’t wait, they can be linked up fairly easily. IFTTT is a free service so why would I not talk about a free service that links in with the product the deal is for? You are utterly obtuse. “It means you can link you favourite sports app, for example Strava, to your Hive devices. This way the hot water turns on automatically when you are coming home from a jog. Or if you like, set the lights to turn on as soon as it gets dark by linking to your weather app” I repeat, the deal is worth it for the thermostat functionality alone, it’s made mode worth it by the various technologies and functionality that you can link it to that make life easier. What I’m telling people is we spent not a lot of money on a few things around the house that we use day in day out and don’t run up against any of the challenges or issues that you are exaggerating. Everything does exactly what we expected it to do and if we moved again we would take it with us and install it again in the new house. Deal is hor because it’s a good price for the product hot. I await your exaggerated reply that tells me how we use our own products which will contrast wildly with reality (lol)

Hive Heating and Hot Water Kit £99.99 @ Currys/PC World
Found 30th AprFound 30th Apr
According to the description this is the full kit which allows you to control both heating and hot water. Box contents - Thermostat - Receiv… Read more
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You mean reciever? The hub is totally different bit of a kit.


That all depends on how competent you are generally. If you don't know what you're doing maybe best to get someone in, if you can pick up 'stuff' easily then it's really not very difficult. On another note, with all the comments about the hub, you most definately will be requiring that part!


hmm... How difficult it can be to install Hive (starters pack for heating only) instead of old Thermostat? Do I need plumber or electrician for that?


We have an amazon alexa Echo plus which has a 'hub' built inside - meaning that the hive products and light bulbs etc. can connect up and you don't need additional hubs. We control Hive (lights/heating/camera/sensors) and the Phillips Hue light bulbs from the Alexa app.


Maplin have the multizone reduced to £60 in store and I have Hive 1 installed, so unless I'm wrong I could upgrade to Hive 2 by buying this and just using the thermostat - can anyone confirm this? It seems the cheapest way for me to upgrade if so.

Hive Active Heating (Heating and Hot Water) Self Install - Free shipping - £150 @ Travis Perkins
Found 29th AprFound 29th Apr
First post! Seems a good deal compared to elsewhere. Free shipping until Monday. Also 3% TCB.
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I've tried it close to the first rad on the system set high, and last rad in the conservatory. Either position overshoots. and then takes a while to drop and it's during this period can feel cool. Apparently Hive does not have TPI which most cheaper thermostats have (apparently stops burning gas as it approaches target temp to see if it temp continues to rise, but the keeps burning small amounts to keep as close to target). There's a massive thread on Hives website relating to this issue


If you're house is feeling cold surely that would suggest you've got the thermostat in the wrong place? Try moving it.


Depends what you have now. If you have the traditional ancient setup of a mechanical room thermostat and a separate time controller, putting control of both time and temperature into a single programmable device has benefits - such as being able to set different temperatures at different times of day. But you can achieve this with a £30 programmable room thermostat. Having it connected to the internet is useful if you go away, so you can switch it off while you're away and have it back on for when you return. I'm not sure if the Hive does this, but the Nest has a feature where it monitors how long it takes your heating to work and also checks the current weather outside and adjusts the time for starting the heating accordingly - i.e. if you want it at 22 degrees for 7am then it might turn the heating on at 6am if it's a particularly cold morning, or 6:30am if it's not.


I managed to get the fully installed option + kit for a total of £151 during a recent eBay 20% promotion. I swithered about self install but with an older Ideal ISAR boiler I thought it worthwhile paying for a professional. Given it took him nearly three hours to install the kit I think that was money well spent - I suspect it would have taken me a lot longer!


I admit I know next to nothing about Hive, but I'm starting to want one. We are running on an oil boiler, can I use it? I take it, it is just a remote (smart) thermostat?

Hive v1 Central Heating & Hot Water £49.99 @ Screwfix
Found 20th AprFound 20th Apr
Still a great bit of kit - works with all the newer Hive products and Alexa etc. Reduced to £49.99 in Screwfix clearance section. Probably low stock as with all clearance deals, th… Read more

None in Cumbria


Probably wild goose chase... But great deal if you can get it. FYI this can be used with most combi boilers... It just wires up differently to the 'heating-only' option but there's diagrams online. We have this version controlling our Worcester Greenstar. The hot water control does nothing.


None near me or withinn 80 miles. Release the geese.

Hive Active Heating professional install kit £174.30 at Maplin
Found 14th AprFound 14th Apr
Maplin are having a closing down sale and the Hive Active Heating professional install kit is now £174.30 delivered. It will be best to buy this using a credit card so you can mak… Read more
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Excellent thank you, this was what I was hoping you’d say. I have a nano v2 hub and was going to pick a multi zone kit up to give me heating control. Have only just twigged the kit came with a receiver after seeing your comment (highfive)


The thermosat and receiver come with the mutlizone kit and I had a hub already so this hooks onto the existing hub. I have a central heating only system and not a hot water option.


What about the heating control hub :/


Wired into the mains. In some instances you can reuse your existing controllers backplate and slot the hive receiver into that


Thanks What about the receiver at the boiler?

Underfloor heating, significant price drop e.g 2m squared £64 @ B&Q
Found 2nd AprFound 2nd Apr
Underfloor heating has dropped hugely in B&Q this week. 2m squared was £111, now only £64 3m squared, was £141, now only £93 4m squared, was £184, now only £92 5m squared, … Read more
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We supply whole UK and are at least 50% cheaper than most of the high street https://totaltiles.co.uk/underfloor-heating.html just as a comparison 2m² 150 w/m² with digital thermostat only £58.99 inc VAT.


You must be confusing it with wet underfloor heating (pipes), like I said the one the OP posted will not heat a room up, plus it's only suitable for tiles, the flat foil one is for laminate flooring and carpet only, I should know as my company specialises in underfloor heating.


Yes it's good practice to lay self leveling over electric underfloor heating as it will help protect it from getting damaged while laying the finished flooring


If you bothered to read my comment properly you would of know that I said it warms the room up nicely so I'm going by personal experience not just by having it seen done, also I've been in the building game all my working life so I've got a good idea of what's right and what's a bodge job


Well that's your opinion but it doesn't mean you are right, like I said from personal experience the room warms up nicely, granted it's not as efficient as it would be under floor tiles but it still works fine

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