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Cutting heating bills, keeping out intruders, and offering total flexibility where home lighting is concerned is par for the course with Hive – one of the UK's favourite smart home brands. Anyone who wants to enhance their home for less can find great discounts at the Hive hotukdeals listings. Read more
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
milgo

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

SisterOfBart

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

joey_t

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?

purpletrousers

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.

Tahir_Cheema

This or the Google Nest learning version?

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
mudlouse

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!

PaulMeGuinessRobinson

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

karlypants

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.

karlypants

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

karlypants

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. :)

Hive Active Heating Smart Thermostat £69 at BT Shop
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Posted 14th AprPosted 14th Apr
Key features Change your heating and hot water (if you have a hot water tank) settings from your phone, wherever you are You'll never need to heat an empty home again, so you c… Read more
karlypants

Great stuff! Even though I have to wait for an install date I may as well return my unopened hub then as there is no point in having it if BG are supplying this too. Very odd for BT to do a bundle with a hub when an engineer supplies one on visit.:)

mudlouse

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!

Smuggling.Pnuts

I’ve managed to book a Hive professional install in for the 14th June 🤞

Doors

They will not send the receiver I have been waiting for my install since the first appointment last year and it has been a never ending series of delays and lame excuses and very little offers of how to resolve

Smuggling.Pnuts

Following. Interested in what British Gas say re professional install with all that’s being going off with the contracts

Hive Hub - Wireless Smart Home Hub Unit £39 @ BT Shop
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Posted 12th AprPosted 12th Apr
The Hive Hub is the heart of your connected home. It connects your Hive products so you can control them remotely with the Hive app from wherever you are – on your smartphone, tabl… Read more
golfie

Thanks.just ordered one.hope it's delivered quickly

casben

I Inherited a hive thermostat in my new home but the hub belongs to the account holder so it went to their new home. This will now give me the full joys of HIVE!

Uby_Nabi786

Evih buh

know1

What a load of twoddle

Passionateaboutprice

Technically I would say this isn’t wireless as it needs to be connected to a router by a network cable. The wireless bit is the communication to the Hive devices. ot a bad price though but you may be better off buying as part of a kit on fleabay.

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Hive active heating and hot water Thermostat (no installation) £119.99 at Amazon
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Posted 1st AprPosted 1st Apr
About this item Heating Boost - For up to six hours Heating - Set up to 6 daily time slots Automatic Frost Protection - Helps prevent frozen pipes Holiday Mode - Tell Hive you… Read more
Badongkadong

Just a warning that getting the Hive systems to initially connect is a pain in the backside. My wife spent half a day on this POS and we were ready to put it in the bin till their CS were finally able to push through a firmware update or something.

rail.massive

I fitted mine myself with you tube videos and chuffed to bits as really easy to follow and best thing I ever bought!!

sadman120

Expensive

HTJ

I ordered from Screwfix earlier in the week and have asked for a few quotes (in London) to connect the receiver to the boiler. Everyone is saying about £100 plus VAT - the usual hourly rate for an engineer who is certified to open a gas boiler.

Roystrainset

Anyone know rough install cost for one of these?

HIVE ACTIVE HEATING THERMOSTAT - £119.99 @ Screwfix
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Posted 29th MarPosted 29th Mar
For use with combi boilers. Control heating remotely via Android or iOS devices. Geolocation and text control enable heating alerts and send commands to the Hive anytime, anywhere.… Read more
Keydogg

I had a Hive at my old house, moved into this one and thought I'd try a Nest as they're soooooooooooo pretty and well reviewed. Had the Nest a week and sent it back and bought a Hive again! Reasons below (deal breakers for me but may not be for some): 1. Thermostat has to be hard wired for Nest - for many this won't be an issue but I wanted to relocate the thermostat to somewhere else and there were no wires in the wall. The Hive is battery powered and can be mounted anywhere you want. 2. No boost function - Yes, yes, I know the Nest "learns" your living habits. But sometimes I just want to boost the heating for 30 mins and not have to worry about accidentally leaving it on all night or when I leave the house. We use the boost function so much on Hive just for a little heat here and there, but with Nest this isn't possible. This was the deal breaker for me. I was gutted because the Nest is so beautiful, but I got the hive and bought the matt black frame to go with it and actually she's a good looking little bugger too, so I'm happy!

Gareth_-8a304.52663

Go Nest!!

syne209

Maybe, who knows? I can well imagine they drop support for the app at some point in the future, but if they bricked the thermostat then it would be time to buy another. I'm sure if you look you'd be able to find examples of similar practices from heating plumbing companies. Maybe this new right to repair law will have some teeth to alleviate the threat.

philbot

Currently £128.99 on Amazon. Could be reduced as they have a new hub now - the 360. I need to buy a new set up as I'm moving house and you have to take your hub with you. I could get this and leave the new hub with the new homeowner, saving them the hassle of buying a new hub.

Muzz

I think that was the original concern - because its not a plumbing company does the support / upkeep etc. fade away when they move onto bigger and better things, where as with plumbing company its likely to be their niche.