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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 smart thermostat - £80 delivered (With Code) @ AO / eBay
26/05/2022Expires on 26/05/2022Posted 12 h, 15 m agoPosted 12 h, 15 m ago
Price appears reasonable. Product OverviewCome back to a warm house every evening with this Hive smart thermostat. It works with combi boilers, giving you full control of your heating. You …
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I'm guessing this is aimed at Leone who run their own ZigBee network.


This. It includes the box which is wired in to your boiler. You’d need to get a hub to get the full functionality. - D


I think that’s the white receiver in the picture rather than the hub


So it has the hub (white box) pictured all over it, but it's not included? :/


Hubba hubba hub...

Hive Active Heating Thermostat V3 Combi Boiler - £133.99 (With Code) @ Toolstation
Posted 15th MayPosted 15th May
£25 off when you spend over £150. Hive standard price is £158.99 but with the £25 off, takes it to £133.99. Cheapest around for the combo boiler bundle. Info added by @wadz Product De…
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The controls are physically on the boiler, which I’m told should by no means be attempted by someone without the relevant skills. I probably wouldn’t have done it myself in the basic instance, I got it installed professionally at my previous home, but it’s a combi at my new place and it’s doing my head in. I tried British Gas’s “Local Heroes” thing, which local tradesmen can sign up to become kind of accredited by them and they offer a warranty on their work. They also say if you pay for install through Local Heroes they’ll cover £80 of the cost, which is a great offer… until the local spark openly tells you he’s upping his price to cover the charge that British Gas take from him for being part of the scheme. I politely told him to beat it, can’t justify that. Guess I’ll have to go without, until British Gas have their own engineers available. Hive was absolutely brilliant by comparison.


Might be a silly question but.... I have a boiler and thermostat already installed in the house would I be able to install this myself and using it instead of the the old one?


I’m luckily having a new boiler fitted so the plumber is doing mine but I think you can do it yourself anyway, there’s a self user guide


How would you go about having this installed? Hive told me they can’t do these because they don’t have enough Gas Fitters with electrical certificates to fit it into combi boilers.


Thanks for posting and well done on your first hotukdeals thread (highfive)

Hive Active Heating Thermostat V3 Hot water Hubless £88.99 @ Toolstation
Posted 2nd MayPosted 2nd May
• Daily heating & hot water schedules • Automatic frost protection • Ready By pre-heating • Holiday mode • Touch screen control • Works with Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant & Apple Ho…
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Correct. Or go on line and figure out how to do it yourself :)


Thank you for your help. That's fantastic. We are getting a viewing on the 9th as it's a new build and being released by the builders then so I'll have a look when we can actually see the property. Just at a loss as to what the process is. That's so helpful though. I don't have a clue with wiring etc but can usually do things like this after a bit of faffing around. (excited) I'll pick your brains if you don't mind! Thank you so much.


Depending on your new setup yes. Although the installation is pretty easy, but that again depends on the current setup. If you give us more detail about the new house then I could advise you more, but installation boils down to plugin 6 wires to the backpanel. If you have a standard backpanel, then it could be as easy as take the old one out and put the new one witouth rewiring anything


Just wanted some advice as moving house soon. I take my hub and buy this then pay for installation? Is that correct? Thank you for any help. (y)


Now out of stock everywhere it seems!

Hive Active Heating & Hot Water V3 Heating & Hot Water Smart Thermostat £129.99 @ SCREWFIX
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Posted 11th AprPosted 11th Apr
For use with system and conventional boilers as a new install with smart features. Control heating and hot water remotely via the Hive app. Geolocation and app control enable heating alerts …

Now £158


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Does this still work ?


The hardest part is wiring where you're replacing the existing wiring box. I decided to pay an electrician £50 to do that but it is DIY able if you're brave


How easy is it to install? Is it DIYable?

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Hive UK7004240 Smart Heating Thermostatic Radiator Valve (TRV) with Smartphone Compatibility, White £41.99 @ Amazon
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Seems to be the best price at the moment.
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Nearly done my house and to they work fine to....


These get a bad rep but just fitted 10 of them a few months back and they work really well. With current energy costs they are actually affordable now. I reacon around a year I will have saved the cost of these. Arguably I could go round and turn everything off manually, but who has the time to do that. And I like a gadget :D


Great advice. We've got a newborn so we had to do something, rather than heat the whole house most of the night. There is a much cheaper option if you want to control individual TRVs for £15 each. Here's the one I use


Agree the price is nothing special. However performance-wise I think they’ve improved a lot in the last year or two. We have 12 of them on radiators throughout the house and they work well. Takes a bit of messing around to get everything working properly, particularly individual room schedules with more than one radiator. Oddly they more or less make the main thermostat redundant (although it is still needed). The pay-off is that we now only heat the rooms in house we need to heat, when we need to do so. One word of caution if installing in a house with older radiators. We had some issues with radiator ‘chatter’ for a while. Turned out this was caused by radiator valves being installed at the wrong end of the radiator (outflow end). It could only be resolved by draining the system and having the valves switched around.


The last time I had one of these it was useless. Heating on demand did not work and it didn't even get the room to the set temparature. Maybe firmware has improved these. Also, £42 (Toolstation) seems to be the going rate for these so not voting either way.