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DRAYTON Wiser TRV Radiator Valve - £21.59 at Wolseley
Posted 12th JunPosted 12th Jun
Great deal here, almost 50% off the next cheapest at screwfix! Great chance to add to your smart system!
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Check bank statements if you ordered these. For some reason I was charged £15 delivery even though it should be free - and order confirmation didn't show this delivery charge. Emailed and had it refunded no problem.


Seems like they've cleared all their stock now


I wouldn’t take his comment literally obviously. He’s only having some fun about saving money (y)


Oh, so if I don't buy some of these I need to "turn hot water and heating off and sit in the dark eating out of date cat food"?


I agree. I wouldn't say you would necessarily buy the system to save money. I got Wiser for convenience. A few examples. Came back off holiday and turned hot water on and heat on for main bedroom and en suite after landing at Gatwick. So we could have a shower and ensure bedroom nice and toasty. I have linked to Alexa, so if i am getting a little chilly watching TV I don't have to walk out to boiler room and programmer. I can just say "Alexa make living room 21 degrees" and the system adjust TRVs and fires boiler. Thing is although you are only heating the rooms you need it makes it so much easier to turn heat on, and I suppose off. The best way to save money is not to buy this system, turn hot water and heating off and sit in the dark eating out of date cat food.

40% off Hive active Heating with free 3rd gen Echo Dot from £119 without hub £149.40 with Hub installed with British Gas Rewards Customers
Posted 3rd JunPosted 3rd Jun
British Gas rewards Customers Only. Check account to redeem code Not bad as comes with Install too. £119 without Hub or £9.94 for 12 months. Or £149.40 with Hub. Sent the Vouc… Read more

Good deal


Edited now (y)


Huh? Thought that was a stonking deal until I realised its without the hub...maybe put “from £119 without hub” in the title? Still a good deal none the less.

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TADO Thermostats starter kits from £84.99 on Amazon deal of the Day (Tado starter kit + extension £199)
Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
Amazon have put Tado starter kits on the deal of the day so some great offers for anyone looking to start out with tado: Tado starter kit + extension - £199 (Normally £258) Tado 3… Read more
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I get a notification asking if I want to switch it off, so geofencing still works, just not automatically. Personally, I don't care, and if the change to the sub model is how I was able to kit my whole house out so cheaply, then great.


Without Geofencing the Tado is not worth buying. It's the only worthwhile geature


Geofencing - The exact feature tado was renowned for


After using for more than a year, i would say that geofencing is one of the best features so it is a shame you have to pay for it. I was lucky as my kit is a v3.


I've got the 3+ and there are no monthly costs, unless you want geofencing that is. Bought the rad starter kits from BT for £59.99 , seem to go up and down all the time . Got a spare one as I didn't check my rads before ordering. (fierce)

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tado° Smart Radiator Thermostat (vertical mounting) - Duo Pack, Add-ons for Multi-Room Control, intelligent heating control £61.99 @ Amazon
Posted 23rd MayPosted 23rd May
Price keeps dropping on this twin pack of vertical thermostats.
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Mine also. Is being delivered today. Don't even have prime (embarrassed)


Price only. If you give me the choice of netatmo or these at this price, I'm taking netatmo all day long. The initial setup with netatmo was a minor pain while alll the valves updated etc in order to work properly. Once done they have been excellent


Damn expired, was looking for some of these


Mine have been dispatched (party)


I just took from your comment that you would prefer this brand. Or were you just referring to price? (y) 🏻

Hive Active Heating and Hot Water Thermostat  Works with Amazon Alexa £126 Amazon
Posted 22nd MayPosted 22nd May
I guess everyone knows what it does.... Come back to a nice warm house without ever having to heat an empty one. Hive Active Heating lets you control your heating from your smar… Read more

I took a half day holiday to wait in. Was offered a free hive light bulb quite insulting really. Won't get that holiday back do complained they then offered £30 which I'm still waiting on a bit like installation


I had exactly the same thing happen to me.


British Gas customers can get a better deal, as this post doesn't include installation. British Gas are doing this with a 40% off code valid until 31/8/19 with professional installation. That works out at £149 installed... and includes is a FREE Echo Dot (3rd Generation).


Maybe because it doesn't include installation?


how is it cold? This is the cheapest at the moment !

Hive Active Heating and Hot Water AND Google Home Mini Smart Speaker £115 with code at AO
Posted 22nd MayPosted 22nd May
Hive Active Heating and Hot Water (not including installation) and a Google Home mini smart speaker for £115 from AO see first image below. There is a promotion to get a free Goog… Read more

It's easy enough to do yourself, assuming you can follow a wiring diagram. YouTube helps as well as the internet as many people have posted their specific boiler with the wiring. I did my own but took me an hour or so to find my boiler wiring diagram. I upgraded my existing wireless thermostat so wasn't actually that difficult a job.


British Gas recently (April) fitted my Hive under the BG Rewards deal (£149 free echo dot, 12 instalments interest free). I'm very happy with it - now. The first engineer took 2 hours to fit, second engineer another 2 hours to diagnose why it didn't work (faulty receiver). I'm glad I didn't attempt to save a few quid and self install. It does work well with Alexa (free echo dot) and Hive sent me a motion sensor and smart plug to say sorry about the faulty receiver and double engineer visit which also work well (so far).


Yes they have a good app


135 now


Have some heat @Jasek999 even though I’m using a nest thermostat and am very happy with it Interestingly for products with Centrica and Google behind them both have poor reviews for the respective apps in the apple App Store (2.5) for Hive and (3.0) for Nest.

Kudox 5060235348976 Electric Towel Rail Straight LST, Chrome, 500mm x 1200mm NOW £89.30 delivered at Amazon
Posted 20th MayPosted 20th May
Brackets & fixings included High quality chrome plating Ready for wiring into a fused spurbox Electrically ready with factory fitted element.

If u prefer a curved rad which I do. Then try this one.


I bought a 1600 x 500 from Amazon a couple of months ago for £55.99. Same one now at £86. Guess I had a real bargain.


Isnt this better value or I'm i missing something? https://www.wickes.co.uk/Kudox-Straight-Towel-Radiator---Chrome-500-x-1200-mm/p/137726


They have put the price up again!

Wido ROUND INFLATABLE SPA HOT TUB 300 AIR JETS 4 PERSON QUICK HEATING JACUZZI239.99 delivered with code £239.99 @ Wido on ebay
Posted 16th MayPosted 16th May
Wido ROUND INFLATABLE SPA HOT TUB 300 AIR JETS 4 PERSON QUICK HEATING JACUZZI Relax and unwind in the comfort of your home or garden with the Wido inflatable hot tub. The contempo… Read more

Shame they are sooooo expensive to run. I kept thinking about getting one but can’t justify over £30 a month in running cost

tado Smart Radiator Thermostat Vertical Quattro Pack £155 delivered @ AO
Posted 15th MayPosted 15th May
Best price around for these, they were £159 last week on Amazon but now sold out and next cheapest price for the 4 pack is £218.99. Free delivery as well. You will need the bridge… Read more

With Tado you can control from anywhere, I can turn the heating on when leaving work. Like I say the subscription only adds the auto geofencing feature. Without you have to go in to the app and select away mode. Tado is really good, if you do decide to go for a smart thermostat then definitely consider it. The main thing about smart controls when at home in convenience. Been able to turn the heating up or down (using phone or voice) whist in bed on a Sunday morning and not having to get out of bed and go downstairs is a little luxury :D Appreciate your considered response


Dont apologise! If you know better then say it m8. Only way we'll learn and get better & smarter For me if I have a smart home, then I would like to connect where ever I am, Im kinda struggling to understand using smart devices when Im at home! I can get up and switch the lights on, I can get up and adjust the heating etc. Thus, if a smart device requires a subscription to use, such as this I believe that I have 2 subscribe to use the feature when Im not at home then that it leaves a bad taste for me - dont even get me started on Ring Cheers for the update/info - good read but using whilst away is crucial for me


Just to add to the confusion for those following along - you can also get a Tado TRV Starter Kit. This is the internet bridge and a couple of TRVs. In my opinion this is nowhere near as good as the normal Tado Starter Kit because the rads can't call for heat.


Will try and break things down; Bridge = links Tado devices to the internet so you can control your heating via Tado. Smart valve (like these) - fits on top your TRV valve. Add device to your Tado account and set your temperature of your room. Valve will open and close the valve depending on the temp you want. Smart Thermostat - Add to your Tado account as a wall control that can replace your existing thermostat. This can provide a fully automated system and can be used alongside valves. Can also be installed where no thermostat is. Extension kit - don’t have a thermostat or want it moved? This can fit in existing thermostat place or next to your boiler. Links all devices together and lets them control your boiler, whilst adding other options. Maybe you have a timer system? That can replace that too. Want hot water control? This will do that. Combi Boiler? You may be able control water preheat function on a schedule etc. V3+ Subscription - a OPTIONAL monthly fee for new customers getting V3+ bridge. This automates 2 functions; open window detection and Home/Away; Home/Away Mode - When you leave home it can use your smart device to detect this and turn heating off, or back on as you get close to home. Without the subscription, a notification is sent and you must select it. Having the sub does it automatically Open window detection - if Tado detects a window open in a room it will temporarily stop heating that room. Without a subscription, this is a notification. With a subscription, it is automatic. IFTTT - A free service that you can use to bring all those paid for features to you free of charge with just a couple of minutes setup. Tado support it. Homekit - Got Apple Homekit? You can do those automated things without a sub too. Alexa - yep, you can do that without a sub too. Just want one room at night with a maintained temp? That valve will turn on and call for heat. The others will close to stop any other heat coming in.


No, the bridge is actually a device that connects to your router for internet connectivity. A starter kit contains a bridge and the thermostat. the tado thermostat needs to be wired directly to your boiler which allows you to either use it directly by pressing on it to change the temp or allows you to use the tado app. From there your TRV's then tell the tado thermo to turn the boiler on/off when needed. You can however buy an extension kit which connects directly to the boiler instead of the thermostat, allowing you to use the thermostat as a wireless one similar to your current one.

Drayton RT212 White/Chrome Angled TRV & Lockshield 15mm x 1/2” £11.49 @ Screwfix ( was £22.99 )
Posted 13th MayPosted 13th May
As above. Good saving with 50% off - Deal of the day ends at Midnight. Flawless reviews. Description- Wax Sensor Bi-Directional Valve Body Compression Connection 1 Year Guaran… Read more
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Myson radiators with danfoss TRV you won't go wrong (y)


The offer changes from this Drayton one to the generic one that's on now, which ones failed on your installation?


As a heating engineer I would advise to avoid these valves. Nothing but problems with them.


They used to come with the Drayton TRV’s but now come with kudox’s own make TRV’s


liquid sensors react faster - I originally had draytons and replaced all with these from toolstation: https://www.toolstation.com/contract-trv/p91607?searchstr=trv%20liquid%20contr

tado° Smart Radiator Thermostat (vertical mounting) - Duo Pack, Add-ons for Multi-Room Control, intelligent heating control - £79 @ Amazon
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These are on back order. It's quite common for Amazon to do a crazy low price on something to generate traffic and back orders. Often they are fulfilled ahead of the timeframe qu… Read more

Thanks for reply. Will try it. If not will get a heating guy to come take a look.


^ Doesn't have kids. Eats only baked beans on toast. Lives in a cold house. Student life is forever lol


Your rads are poorly balanced. Presumably these 2 rads are last in the system before the water gets back to the boiler. Turn all the rads before them down ever so slightly and then check again. Once you're in a position where they all get as warm as each other then you have properly balanced the rads. Nb. the ones closest the boiler will still get hot first- so don't turn the system on then check straight away, make sure the whole system is running for a while before adjusting. I wasn't aware that Tado could zone. Was just about to push the button on £900 of Evohome, so grateful to find this out now. Will check in more detail.


They come with a range of adaptors to suit most current fitted valves. I think you’ll find a list on the Tado website.


I completely see where you're coming from. To be honest, we stopped using the Automatic schedule as it used far more energy. Our house is an old one with different parts built on. The boiler is inconveniently located for boosting and we don't have a wired thermostat. Two kids under 4 and one is in a bit that insulation is pretty bad. My wife is also a newborn photographer and uses our converted garage. Purely having control over the individual rooms and being able to set minimum temperatures has been a god send without needlessly heating parts of the house we don't need heated at other times. Plus we can switch rooms off entirely without having to go to the room. Is it necessary? Not really. Has it been helpful? Oh god yes. This is an excellent price....and the last point after having tried Hive, Nest, Honeywell and Drayton, the wireless is exceptional. It builds its own mesh and doesn't need boosters. It's the only system that has worked straight out of the box and apart from a problem with the hot water booster which was quickly solved by support...it *touch wood* has had only a couple of missteps in the two years we've had them....oh and even if the kids change the settings like they could do with standard thermostatic heads, you can set them to switch back after a predetermined time and not get caught out that way..our living room has two radiators that switch back after 1 minute of being twisted mercilessly.

Aluminium & brush Letterbox draught excluder, (L)292mm  £5.00 @ B&Q free C&C - 4  Year Guarantee
Posted 10th MayPosted 10th May
Letterbox draught excluder;Twin brushes prevent draughts through the letter box Suitable for letterboxes with aperture size 256mm x 46mm Guarantee 4 years Fixings supplied F… Read more
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Thanx that helps to know (y)


i screwed some wood battens to the door then the cowl to the battens so theres more room for letters & small parcels but ye i found there definately was not enough room with the cowl attached directly to the door - it was even tricky to post letters through it works fine as long as the cowl is "displaced" enough


Kind of a good idea but would that not also stop small parcels from being pushed through?


Thanx love but sadly they're Not which is why I have been dithering for ever lol


one of these is worth buying to https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Letter-Plate-Security-Hood-Letter-Plate-Security-Cowl-4-Sizes-4-Finishes/322911082086?ssPageName=STRK:MEBIDX:IT&var=512033951905&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649 can help stops theives from stealing car keys left near your front door I mainly bought it to prevent anybody from trying to have a look inside my house through the letterbox

Netatmo Radiator Valve - Apple Homekit / Alexa / IFTT £54.99 @ The Electrical Showroom
Posted 9th MayPosted 9th May
Netatmo Radiator Valve. £54.99. Normally these retail around £70. Very good deal. The Netatmo additional smart radiator valve from Starck is a simple solution to controlling your … Read more
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Thanks. I’d prefer to use my valiant weather compensation controls with these to just manage the temperature in each room rather than tie it to heat demand.


The 'hub', the boiler connected box, comes bundled with the Thermostat and they are permanently paired out of the box. Then you can add valves to the system in the app. There is/was a "smart valves starter set" with just valves and a hub but I don't think they fully released it here. I don't think it has the boiler on/off function, so they probably decided it wasn't suitable. Not much district heating in this country (if any?)


Can’t be used on their own with some kind of hub?


You will need to purchase a Netatmo Thermastat. I would sell Nest and purchase Netatmo Thermostat and Valves to enable you to easily have controllable room heating.


Only works with Netatmo Thermostat.

Tado Smart Radiator Thermostat Quattro Pack (Vertical) £159 Amazon
Posted 9th MayPosted 9th May
Great deal for a 4 pack of smart radiator thermostats. These currently retail individual at £69 each on Tado.com

Great, thanks. Now I've just spent £500 on a complete Tado setup. 8)


Hive has nothing on Tado regarding features and Hive is ugly. This is a cracking deal. Going to do the whole house now.


Had Tado support non existent. Three weeks between responses. Now on hive and with the new radiator thermostat, best decision.


Cracking first deal @Heliz ... Nice one, have some heat. (y)


I need to so some research on these. I want to buy them but not even sure if I need them 😁

Hive Radiator Valve X5 - £199 @ Hivehome - Pre-Order for  delivery 29/05/2019
Posted 8th MayPosted 8th May
£199 for 5 £139 for 3 £54 for 1 These are pre Order for delivery 29th May

Send them back, sick of companies using paying customers to test and then update firmware. I'll bite when they have sorted all of these issues


I still struggle a lot. Bought 10, setup two over the weekend and thought they were working and today when it was a little colder, tested again to heat them up using the heat on demand... guess what, nothing happening. Anyone having a smart idea? I’m a little tired talking to hotline...


Thanks, just checked android play store and there is an update too. Wonder if the app will make the trv valves respond quicker to opening and closing to control heat.


Good news there has been a recent iOS App Store update by Hive fixing the following (I've not tested yet) : Version 10.11.0 We’ve made some improvements to Hive Radiator Valves: • You can now see which of your Hive Radiator Valves are boosting your thermostat when Heat On Demand is active. • Heat On Demand settings screen in Manage Devices should no longer show an error message. • You can now edit the boost duration for a Hive Radiator Valve. This release also includes various other bug fixes and stability improvements.


There is a bug with Google Home assistant but can be easily remedied with controlling them in Google Home. Heat On Demand is on an unnecessary loop. The FIX is to open Google Home>Thermostat and lower temperature or just say to the assistant 'cool thermostat' (or something similar), which will keep HOD enabled but stops the Boost.

tado° Smart Radiator Thermostat (vertical mounting) - Duo Pack, Add-ons for Multi-Room Control, intelligent heating control £95 @ Amazon
Posted 4th MayPosted 4th May
Next best price single TRV is £49 at AO.com VoucherCodes.co.uk is still running the £5/£10 gift voucher promotion I think - and potentially 7% Quidco for home improvement category… Read more

That's great thank you.


Two running £145 spend for £10 and £45 for £5 https://www.vouchercodes.co.uk/amazon.co.uk?rc=5831421


I can’t see the code for £5/£10 off. Is there a direct link?


Not too bad if you need more than one, and especially if you still have voucher codes to claim

tado Smart Radiator Thermostat Starter Kit V3+ Vertical works with Google Home & Alexa £59.98 delivered @ BT Shop
Posted 16th AprPosted 16th Apr
Now back in stock after being posted last month by @wishihadadonkey Next cheapest price is £89.99 from City Plumbing Supplies. You don't need a subscription with this as this i… Read more

The quattro pack of radiator valves is out of stock at Amazon but is also 179 and in stock at ao.com last I checked yesterday


Looks like this has expired coming up as £119.98


says vertical but the pictures are horizontal? hmm


Wish I had gone down this route instead of Nest...


Worth noting 20% 4 pack atm.

20% off all Tado products @ Tado.com
Posted 15th AprPosted 15th Apr
Hi Not sure if this is any good or if you would prefer to buy direct from Tado but they have 20% off until 17/04/19 so might suit someone
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Yeah £179 at ao so £5 cheaper


The quad packs are a very good price too working out to £45 a pop


It is the cheapest price available for the duo pack of radiator thermostats, but everything else is cheaper at Amazon or ao.com I think


Not sure about the rest of the products but the vertical radiator thermostat add-on are cheaper from Amazon.


Saying that I picked up a new extension and thermostat up for £40 ....don’t think they knew what it was (lol) (lol) (lol)

Drayton Wiser Radiator Thermostat @ Amazon (Lightning Deal) - £34/£30.02 Amazon Warehouse (like new)
Posted 11th AprPosted 11th Apr
Amazon Warehouse (like new) - £30.02 after 20% off applied at checkout. *Now sold out* amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B075GNG6QF/ref=mw_dp_olp?ie=UTF8&condition=all The wise… Read more

You obviously do not understand how the system works


Couldn't agree more, but not exactly expensive at 35 to save a little money and save a little bit of the planet too.


At £35 per thermostat, this is not money saving. I got some programmable thermostats for about £10 each from Conrad (German equivalent of Maplin) a couple of years ago. Out of 12 thermostats in the house, there are only about 2 or 3 where I might get some benefit from a programmable stat. Then only if it costs about £10, so there is a chance of a payback.


There’s a few available in the market place. Used like new. With 20% they come down to £30. I’ve had a few in the past. Only had a problem with 1 out of 3 I’ve bought and amazon were quick to refund.


Unfortunately only one. Maybe ask a close family/friends to order some for you?

Hive Active Heating and Hot Water Thermostat with Professional Installation, Works with Amazon Alexa £149.99 Amazon
Posted 11th AprPosted 11th Apr
Take control of your heating and hot water anytime, anywhere. Hive makes controlling your heating and hot water easy from your mobile, tablet or laptop. The Hive brings you beautif… Read more

Expired - now higher price


It’s in this booklet. I’ve already had mine installed so code is now void.


Let me know if you want me to photograph mine. It might well be missing if it’s an open box so you’ll have to get back on to Amazon for a refund.


I'll check again but pretty sure it wasn't there.


It’s in a little red booklet separate to the instructions.

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