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De'Longhi Remote controlled Ceramic Fan Heater 2kw For Rooms up to 60m3 - £43.91 at Amazon
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Posted 28th JulPosted 28th Jul
Great heater for 60m2 for £40 original for £70 Maximum power: 2000 W Safe and efficient ceramic heating element, that provides fast and powerful spot heat safely, thanks to the… Read more

Goes in your basket at £78 😏


It's up to 60m2 so probably would do it in the spring session. In winter probably only work for a smaller space, bought one come in tomorrow and will test it.


It takes some 9 hours to heat up 22 square meters room to 19 degrees(tested this winter) so cant imagine how it would heat 60m2. My old electric heater heats up same room to 21 degrees in 5 hours and to believe smart meter uses same amount of electricity.

2kW Free Standing Infrared Patio Heater Available for back order Deliveries start from 29/08/21 £47.94 delivered @ CPC
Posted 26th JulPosted 26th Jul
These things seem to sell out as soon as they go on sale these days, particularly with lockdowns - these can be ordered in advance. A free standing patio heater that's designed f… Read more

Get all the stuff about the environmental impact, but as someone said there are far more damaging things than these out there. They tend to be only used occasionally and for a short time. We’ve had one of this typefor years that was bought to take the chill off when sitting on the balcony. It’s outlived the former gas one we had on the patio and is probably far less damaging than those types to the environment. During the pandemic it’s been a help to take the chill off for meeting outside too.


Yano one of those cheap electric indoor heaters you buy from a budget shop.. ie.. Home Bargains, Pound-Stretcher, The Bargain Basement, etc... Basically it looks like a mini version of that, but on a stand!.... when somebody sees that in your garden they'd known where you've purchased it too.... well let's just hope it ain't too cold that nite whn you is sat in your garden (lol)


I have one of these and it is great for doing War of the Worlds impressions.


I’d doubt you’d have the heating on inside ;)


What could possibly go wrong.

Netatmo Smart Thermostat for individual boiler, NTH01-EN-EC - £99.99 @ Amazon
Posted 24th JulPosted 24th Jul
Product Description The Netatmo Smart Thermostat saves energy without compromising on comfort. Answer five questions about your routine to create a heating schedule that suits your… Read more

I have had this for years, can’t comment on nest but I use this with HomeKit and it works flawlessly. I have it set to automatically turn off when I leave home through my phone home app, it has honestly brought my heating bills down loads compared to my old dumb thermostat. You can also set it to turn the heating on when you get close to home or even when you leave work at the end of the day. I’m now looking for the the smart radiator valve’s that go with this for each floor of my house.


What are these like compared to nest? I’ve got a nest and read that the neatmos can’t auto turn off your based on your location like Nest can. I’m tempted because of the HomeKit integration


Always worth a look on cex, picked up a couple boxed as new for about £60 each (I have 2 zones) and they work really well with smartthings/google/amazon plus batteries last for ages.

Netatmo Smart Radiator Thermostat Valve - £39.99 at Very free click and collect
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Posted 22nd JulPosted 22nd Jul
Saw the Netatmo starter pack earlier & this is a rare great price on the additional radiator valves for anyone picking that up who wants to cover a few more rads. Note - you wi… Read more

Ah, shame, that went quick. For anyone coming to this late & disappointed, I did also notice the same price here: https://iotdomus.myshopify.com/products/netatmo-single-radiator-valve-iot-domus - but I haven't heard of that store so please do your due diligence first (might just be a specialist & totally fine - just don't know). Otherwise the Comet price is still better than you'll do for most the year.




The starter pack deal posted earlier today: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/netatmo-smart-thermostat-with-three-additional-smart-radiator-valves-for-ps19999-delivered-at-maplin-3767288

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Netatmo smart thermostat with three additional smart radiator valves for £199.99 delivered @ Maplin
01/08/2021Expires on 01/08/2021Posted 22nd JulPosted 22nd Jul
A viable alternative to the Nest and Hive systems, this Netatmo version comes with three additional smart radiator valves, which is really handy for converting your home's heating … Read more

I’ve just bought a netatmo on this deal to replace a nest. Personally went with this over tado because that requires a bridge connected to your router. It was just another thing that needed a plug, and I didn’t actually have enough sockets near my router to power it. Netatmo just has the relay, which can be connected in many different ways, including powered through your boiler, depending on electrical connections. And the thermostat is battery or can be mains powered I believe if you have a traditional powered thermostat.


Good at predicting how much heat is needed and turning off before it hits the final desired temperature whilst the ambient heat in the radiator takes it the last few degrees. Likewise, when the temperature is dropping the boiler kicks in before the actual temperature drops below the desired one.


Can you get smart trv for nest?


Why do you say that? I’m keen to buy and prefer Apple Homekit so I’m interested to hear your experience if you use them please.


Had these for a few years. Could not be happier with them. This is a bit of bargain

Corsair iCUE H100i PRO XT RGB Liquid CPU Cooler (240mm Radiator, Two 120mm Corsair ML Series PWM Fans, 400 to 2,400RPM) £79.98 @ Amazon
Posted 17th JulPosted 17th Jul
The Corsair iCUE H100i RGB PRO XT is an all-in-one liquid CPU cooler built for both low noise operation and extreme CPU cooling, with a 240 mm radiator and two Corsair ML120 PWM fa… Read more

Well actually thousands of people do it without an issue. So long as you know what your doing it's fine. I built a full custom loop with no experience and had not a single leak until I sold it like 4 years after.


This should give you slightly better out and out cooling performance (and has some RGB!) , the Noctua is obviously a lower risk and lower maintenance solution, if you have the space for it. What you place more value on will decide what you should go for.


I'm torn between this and a Noctua NH-D15S.


I have this cooler on my Ryzen 9 3900XT, and its great. Keeps the CPU under 70C all the time, even under Cinebench-style load, and is pretty whisper quiet while doing it. Definitely heat added, if you excuse the pun! :)


Probably because no one in their right mind would put liquid cooling in with their £500+CPU/£1000+GPU/64GB ram Rig.