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Hive Active Plug £28.25 @ Amazon
Found 19th OctFound 19th Oct
Lightning deal - grab it quick if you want one...
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Still expensive for what these are. They need to vastly drop the prices of all their products. £15 is about tipping point for these... MAX!


How does this comapaee To Tp link


Says £32.14 now....


Just get the £6 one off here does the same


£32 now ???

Various Hive product discounted on Amazon e.g Hive View Smart Indoor Camera £129
Found 17th OctFound 17th Oct
Just an example of whats discounted below: 32% off Hive View: White / Gold Black / Copper 2… Read more

The self install kit has 27% off: An Additional Thermostat is showing as £107:


Camera still too pricey for what it is, needs too come down some more too tempt me.


Thermostat is not on it


Thermostat ?

Hive Active Light Starter Kit B22 £49.99 @ Amazon
Found 16th OctFound 16th Oct
Hub currently £65 alone on amazon and bulbs average around £14 each making this a decent price. Our pack of two Hive active light bulbs can be installed anywhere you choose, and … Read more
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Heat! Good price. These deals only come along several times per year so worth getting if you’re after a starter kit. I have Hive (thermostat was already installed when I moved house) and got this deal last year. I’m not a fan of the service overall as I think it’s a bit miserly, but for this price it’s a good deal.

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25% off Hive Smart Thermostats and one free Echo Dot £139 @ Amazon
Found 10th OctFound 10th Oct
Get 25% off Hive Smart Thermostats and getone free Echo Dot as well.
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Ordered this with british gas installation. £199. If I manage to sell the Dot for £30 then it'd come to £169. My old dial thermostat is broken anyway so this is a good excuse to upgrade.


Am not sure about Hive, have not done any research as I was after Nest. For non-Opentherm boilers , as I mentioned , All those temp control , initiaiting and stopping accfording to temperature changes and getting that efficiency , even 'time proportional integral' , wont work . Just scheduled / Learned boiler control. Above is as per Vailliant Technician. He shared a note from their Manager ,which sates , Vailliant is Modulating boiler , but Since they couldnt get in terms with OpenTherm (supplying enough data) they dont use that protocol or no more support it.


Thanks that's useful to know. Just got Hive on my old Vaillant but was wondering about this for when I replace the boiler. I know Nest supports OpenTherm but Hive doesn't. I was hoping Hive would add this too through firmware update at some point so it can modulate the boiler to the correct burn rate for the required temperature and therefore make it more efficient. Maybe they won't bother though if the boiler manufactures are abandoning support for it to try and force you into their thermostat. Do you know if Hive (or Nest for non-OpenTherm boilers) support 'time proportional integral' (swaps from having the boiler continuously on, to only for X minutes out of 10 as the target temperature nears being reached) to increase efficiency that way instead and reduce temperature overshoot? I can't find anything to say they do, just posts on their forum with people asking them to implement it. The more I'm reading up on this, the less smart the 'smart thermostats' actually seem, and the more efficient the boiler manufacture's thermostats that support proper modulation seem. For anyone else interested in this topic there's some useful explanations here:


Great thank you, my other half will now have the fun of trying to install it


The Demon Headmaster: The Complete Series DVD £17.79 delivered at Hive
Found 10th OctFound 10th Oct
Throwback! This guy REALLY freaked me out as kid. Anyone else? This is the best price around for the DVD set (in case you want to traumatise your own kids) All 19 episode… Read more

Haha! Thank you for that reminder ..... ;) XD


I remember the demon headmaster was scary series at the time. Can anyone else remember the CBBC series The Ghost Hunter? it used to have creepy opening titles


Is this the show where they had those creepy green eyes?! If right I remember it was the scariest series I ever watched as a kid and probably the creepiest thing CBBC ever made lol! Millarcat you must be around 30yrs old then, ahh our childhood seems so long ago now!


Does anyone know where you can source a donwloadedable or Digital verison from?


Wow, Jack Straw had a great career!

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Hive GU10 cool/warm light 6 pack £69 @ AO
Found 8th OctFound 8th Oct
Found this on the A.O website usally £99, currently in argos at £79 but A.O are offering £10 cashback, cool and warm light option so you are only paying £6 extra for the option rat… Read more

Hive stuff seems a bit expensive?


Not for me, but look good at 806 Lumens each.


Door/window sensor are very unreliable especially on the Android app, i have the standard bayonet bulbs around the house and have had no issues with the lightning using the app or Alexa hoping these will be as reliable


Anyone had experience with these? I have window/door sensors which are very unreliable. I get only get notifications half of the time


Also 10 white GU10 for £89

Found 8th OctFound 8th Oct
HIVE THERMOSTAT STAND I have never seen it as low as this price before even tho I know it’s still expensive for what it is. Was £29.99 save £7.50 (25%)
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British Gas Engineer installed Hive for me on Thursday. He ask his department why he was suddenly doing lots of installations and about the pricing and was told New Hive very soon reducing stock of present.


How do you know that?


New Hive on the way so people trying to reduce their stock of present line hence the BG rewards deal of Hive for £125 with free Amazon dot. These stands I presume won't fit next generation.


I can recommend this stand as a decent alternative. Fits perfectly and has a weighted base so very sturdy: Active Heating Thermostat Stand for Hive Active Heating Thermostat by HOLACA (Black)


Stick it on the wall. That’s what I did. After all I never touch it given the functionality of the app

Hive active heating - £134.99 @ Screwfix (£126 with Electricfix account)
LocalLocalFound 6th OctFound 6th Oct
£126 with electricfix account
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What do you mean??


Reminds me of Conor McGregor "it's not linked to noone !!"


Well in that case I'm interested (lol) Been looking at buying one (just moved into a house with Hive) and my recent research lead me to avoid buying a second-hand one!


It is not linked to noone. A brand new unopened box. Chill, but thx for your thoughts


Most of the reviews i was reading was from amazon when i was looking to get 1.

Hive light bulbs reduced at Argos - 20% off
Found 6th OctFound 6th Oct
£14 for the screw in bulb, I happily paid £14.24 on the recent Skrewfix deal. Possible cash back etc on top of this.
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Thanks just went with the 10 for £120 instead, I schedule all the house now for a morning routine, low warm to high white, then off. Couple it with Alexa.


I've literally just had my Hive installed today and you can add your Hue bridge to it. I haven't checked the automation options but it does work the other way round to how you've asked.


Seem to be a similar price on Amazon but obviously you would need to spend over £20 for free delivery.


So it doesn't work with house light fittings, thanks for confirming. (embarrassed) I think you are struggling to understand the functionality of this product, so decided to discuss inferior and ancient alternatives. If you can find a better price then please post it, as that is why we are here. (y)


I am just pleased you have electric in your cave! Unless you have some kind of pedal power contraption to make electricity for your twisty nob (lol)

Hive v2 Heating and Hot water- Screwfix Live £85.10
LocalLocalFound 29th SepFound 29th Sep
Hi all, just got back from the show where there is free parking and I was given a decent free goody bag. The show has 10% off everything in Screwfix catalogue but the best deal I… Read more
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Hive Multizone looks to be £51.97 looking at the photo. Pity i dont live closer Heating and Hot water for £85 sounds good


Yes. I’ve lost it. Sorry. This is Hive.


Depends how far you're driving I guess! 30mins drive for me. It was ok, I brought a Hive thermostat. Thought last year's show was better, more offers available.


Eh? Am I missing something, but Tado and Hive are two completely different companies?


V3 is on the tado website. From conversations I’ve had with tado I believe V2 is better. With v3 you have to pay £20 per annum for auto heating on off. (After first year). This is free with v2.

Free Hive Leak Sensor for British Gas Homecare customers
Found 28th SepFound 28th Sep
Just had an email from British Gas offering me a free Hive Leak Sensor for being a Homecare customer. Had a look on the Hive website and it seems to normally cost £3.99 a month? H… Read more
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I found this URL but it doesn't even recognise my homecare account number :-(


Can I use this with with "Plumbing and Draining Cover" or do I have to take Homecare Cover?


So do these work through the Hive app without the subscription? I've not got this offer but wondering if I can get it cheaper off eBay and it'll still work or not.


Any chance I could kindly have your code if possible please? Recently moved into a new house & would love a Hive system! Codes aren't tied to accounts as they just go via the Hive website!


Nothing....Only win a Wilbur

Hive Active Smart Plug - Silver £27.99 Amazon
Found 25th SepFound 25th Sep
Requires the Hive Hub (if you don't have Hive Active Heating) which connects all your Hive devices so you can control them with the Hive app. Hive Active Plug works like an adapto… Read more

I got these on a Amazon deal came in at £8:00 each they’re fantastic and no one can play with my PS4 and PlayStation VR with out my permission. If the kids are naughty no tv am getting some more. Plus you can put them practically anywhere and they will only stay on the power point. They don’t hang over and look ugly like some and the led light it has is very discreet and soft.


I picked up a TP Link one from Amazon a couple of weeks ago. I actually got one for a tenner as it was on offer. Think they’re usually around £20 for the TP. No hub required.


These are seriously overpriced as you also need a hub however the only good thing is that if you are using multiway adapters they only take up one socket unlike the stupidly designed tp-link ones which take up two sockets - but don’t require a hub. British Gas try to tie you in and want you to take out unnecessary subscriptions. As the previous poster said you can do the same job with items costing half this price and not require a hub. If you already have the hub and Hive then just maybe get this so you only need one app but look for them cheaper. That said, with Alexa giving a common interface it is easy to mix and match different brands.


You can do the same with cheaper ones

Hive active Heating kit - SMART heating - £119.99 @ Amazon
Found 24th SepFound 24th Sep
This is the main Hive active Heating kit - thermostat, hub and receiver ( hot water available too if required) great deal Havent seen this at this price anywhere closest is scr… Read more

Even the old thermostat screw holes where the same as the hive base plate, one thing to note if you are trying to activate your acount it took a phone call as I didn't receive the email they said they sent 3 hours later... Sorted after being put on hold forever in 2 minutes (y)


Will give it a try then


Can confirm this 100% just picked one up from screwfix and took me 5 minutes to swap , easy


Yes it does


I was on the verge of buying the DIY option but in the end paid for install. Given it took the experienced engineer three hours to install on my boiler I think that was money well spent!

Hive heating free install free amazon echo dot £124.50 at British Gas rewards **NO REFERRAL CODES OR OFFERS**
Refreshed 12th OctRefreshed 12th Oct30/11/2018Expires on 30/11/2018
As above check your rewards page Hive Active Heating offer terms and conditions 1. This offer is available to British Gas Rewards members to redeem from 24th September 2018 un… Read more
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Yeah, you select during purchase which kind of boiler you have


Does this installation work whatever kind of boiler you have?


Cheers op, friend emailed me his code. Fitted yesterday clever piece of kit never mentioned BG on hive order and BG engineer, he even said "there doing a deal atm with a Amazon dot" oh I said, isn't that nice...HaHaha..


Had this fitted yesterday. My parents are with BG, used a code from their account and was installed at mine with no questions asked!


Hi does anyone have a spare code please? Would be eternally grateful :)

Hive Smart Light Bulbs - All 25% Off @ Screwfix (Ends Midnight Today)
Found 24th SepFound 24th Sep
1X Warm White GU10 £11.25 1x Warm White ES Lamp £14.24 1x Warm White BC Lamp £14.24 1x Variable White GU10 £14.25 1x Cool to Warm White ES Lamp £22.49 1x Cool to Warm White BC Lamp… Read more
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The start of the article got my hopes up, as it appears you can control hue bulbs from the hive app, but "It’s just a shame that Hive still requires the Hue Bridge to be present, and doesn’t enable people just to add Philips bulbs."

MistaMo or alternatively Google 'do Philips hue bulbs work with hive' and ta-daa


So do these hive bulbs but with smartthings directly. The hive system also allows import of existing Philips hue bulbs but you need a hue hub as well to do that.


Incorrect. The Ikea bulbs work with Hue and Smartthings without an IKEA hub.


Thought you needed the hue bridge to work with the hive app? Can anyone definitely confirm if you now only need a hive hub to work hue bulbs?

Hive Active Heating and Hot Water Thermostat with Professional Installation £159.99 @ Amazon
Found 24th SepFound 24th Sep
Amazon Deal of the Day Great price for heating and hot water - includes professional installation by British Gas
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Registered mine but still no email for the echo dot :/


New echo dot version 3 is out 11th October, won't let me get that for free, wonder if we return this one for the new one for free? LOL worth a go, great freebie either way, giving the £159 price!


Just on the Hive website. Followed the instructions to register an account. Got the verification email then 20 mins later got an email to say have a free Echo Dot. Nice surprise endeed!


This depends on area and availability of engineers - i live in North West London and I had availability showing from 1st October onwards.


wow! well done! That's a nice surprise...Where did you register?

Hive Entertainment Nintendo 25cm Super Mario Bros Plush amazon sold and despatched by uktoyworld - £6.43 +£2.20 delivery
Found 21st SepFound 21st Sep
Super Mario plush toy Mario character from the Mario Universe High grade fabrics Highly detailed and collectable Officially licensed by Nintendo
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Nintendo World of Mario Plush Toy


7.5” / 19cm one sold by Amazon for 6.99


Got this from wish slow postage but for only 3 quid total was worth it


£8.63 should be the price. No way to get it without delivery.

Hive Active Heating with Professional Installation £167.98  costco
Found 19th SepFound 19th Sep
Costco are offering £40 off their standard price of Hive which includes installation. I apreciate you need to be a Costco member but great price for those of us who are members.

5% VAT as it is considered to be an energy saving product


Bought this and was looking thru email and qualified for free echo Dot wasn't expecting that so a bonus had


The VAT is clearly not 20% on this item as the Amazon offer is only £7 odd in VAT. So price is probably correct.


Cheaper on Amazon's deal of the day today


Doesn't appear on website now. Expired?

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