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Hive Active Heating with Professional Installation - £167.98 Instore @ Costco
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As per title. Rrp is £249.99 you can normally get it a bit cheaper but this is the best I’ve seen it for a while.
niktheguru

not available online, but plenty available in the warehouses.

Toecutter

This isn't available as far as I can determine. Link please?

Jacob_Kreed

I would check , house insurance cover before installing anything electrical especially if it link to a boiler.

artnada

It's in a cupboard. I don't see it. So I don't care :)

Toecutter

Got you now. I was puzzled, that's all. As a previous commentator alluded, I'm not (currently - although I have been SELECT accredited) a spark, but I have certified many installations to IEE wiring regs in the past and I still am a CEng. (formerly IEE, now IET). I hope that this explains my query & thanks for the pic!

Hive Active Heating with Hot Water (without hub) - Self Install £84.15 - Hivehome
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Found 3rd MarFound 3rd Mar
Come back to a nice warm house, without ever having to heat an empty one. Our beautifully designed thermostat connects with the rest of your Hive products through your Hive Hub, so… Read more
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Noghar

Don't know what you mean by TVR but the radiator valves are on a dedicated wireless network. Each one has 2AA batteries that need replacing twice a year. Unlike a Hive the system has to be professionally fitted but unlike the Hive you can control the entire system right down to one radiator. Up to you whether the initial outlay is worth it in terms of not heating empty rooms... Their website has a cost calculator. Genius Hub

Noghar

The radio-controlled valves are about £60 each, plus the hub and the boiler controllers. Yeah it's expensive but so is heating empty rooms. You have to decide if it's a worthwhile investment.

roons111

A Porsche is better than a Ford Focus but not really an alternative, looking at £600+ for a reasonably sized house on HG are you not?

time2share

Never heard of it. Sounds good. I am interested to know how the individual heaters are controlled is it TVR? As this system will be released soon to HIVE I believe. Also what is the cost comparison between HG and Hive?

Noghar

The Hive controller is a bit of a blunt instrument compared to a system like Heat Genius. HG allows you to control individual radiators in individual rooms so you're not heating the whole house just to keep your TV room warm. Voice control, remote operation, whole house override, underfloor heating control, all available. Not as pretty as the Hive admittedly but I'd rather have the more flexible, economical system.

Hive Active Heating - Self Install - £119 @ BT Shop
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Was looking for a Hive system and eventually come across this on the BT shop. Not man left in stock though !!! RRP is around £179 and found it at Curry’s for £164. Then found it… Read more
daveandvera

I agree it’s nothing akin to wiring a plug , the instructions are ok but don’t count on Hive to help over the phone if you are in a panic after starting the job and realising you can’t get your head around the difference say between live on or live off or low voltage or no voltage Lol My boiler was 20 mts from my offices 48 way switch ,I spent all day feeding cat 5e through suspended ceilings and hiding the hub in the ceiling AND giving it its own power supply up there as well It’s never mentioned but WiFi might be a problem reaching the hub for some people that’s why I hardwired mine,there is a booster that hive sell I think it’s £29,more to shell outFor me Hives a gimmick,a novelty really can’t see a saving what with the cost then running a hub and receiver, bit like how I hate wind turbines cos they will never ever pay for themselves haha If you get pro installation they’ll never take the time to do a neat job ,that’s why I installed it myself,even used heat resistant cable in boiler chassis ,very happy with end result now as long as the WiFi the hub the internet my phone provider AND my iPhone don’t pack in the central heating will work Lol

cheekytrucker

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IWANTBLUE

How could they be any more certain than the receipt/bill posted?? It says it in the title in blue and white...other than a pic of the engineer actually fitting it what more could they provide?? :o Not trying to be a smart ass... Genuine question?? :/ :/

daveandvera

Are you sure that bill includes installation?

daveandvera

Damn just fitted the Screwfix one for £143

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Hive Motion Sensors - 5 Pack £95.20 Hivehome
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Found 26th FebFound 26th Feb
If you select a quantity of 5 this triggers a 5 pack offer which works out at £19.04 each, with free 3-5 days postage. The normal 5 pack cost is £119. The normal single price is £2… Read more
obsydian

Out of all my Hive gear the only item that i notice higher battery use is the Thermostat, the door and motion sensors still show max a few months on. I personally think the battery issue is either a faulty device or the signal to the device is poor forgever losing connection, searching

mooseepoo

I had to call the support team to get it

Cunningstunt1

Where is the update please

mooseepoo

I had issues with them burning through batteries very quickly. I contacted support and they did some sort of firmware update on the device and it's been fine ever since

Cunningstunt1

Bought these off Amazon. You will need batteries evey week if they are being triggered often. Needless to say they went back

Hive View, Brushed Copper - £129 @ BT Shop
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Product Description Hive View is a stylish new smart indoor camera. Packed with must-have features like HD livestreaming, person detection and camera history that you can access an… Read more
lostinthewoods

Back to £189 now

bluefish2303

OOS; expiring

Shambles

Also broken

Krysuk

Cheaper from hivehome direct on their sale I think dont like the fact these are Cloud only and no local storage to fall back on if your internet goes down... though they aren’t meant to be a security system I guess?

Arizolas

What are the YI cameras which do these same as this?

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Hive February Sale - up to 20% Off eg Hive Active Heating now £152.15
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Found 22nd FebFound 22nd Feb
Hive are offering up to 20% off products in their February sale event, which runs until 3 March Examples of items on offer: Hive Smart Lights - from £15.20 (down from £19 https… Read more
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lostinthewoods

You’ll need the Hub if you plan on using additional products or to set your heating if you’re not at home, otherwise it’ll just be a really nice thermostat you can only control when you’re at home.

samlg

Apologies. I see its 152.15 with the hub and without installation. If I got without hub and with installation at 169.15 is that still a good deal with this?

samlg

Can't see where it's 152.15? Mine is coming up as 169.15 at checkout

lostinthewoods

OK - to be fair that's just a bulb! Have you got alternatives for the rest? I'll admit the Hive range is pricier than items you can get from Chinese companies but you do have to account for the fact that it is a range of products and they all work within an ecosystem. Appreciate the info though, I've been researching smart products for a while so good to have another name on the list to look at

rogparki

Strange :/ . Hive are owned by British Gas (Centrica) . Obviously one part of the company not talking to the other :( .

HIVE Active System Signal Booster £20 C&C only @ Wickes
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Cheapest I can find elsewhere is £29 at Argos etc This is click and collect only but I searched around and there seems to be quite a bit of stock in various stores. Product att… Read more
daveandvera

At least a £9 saving I believe

Rusty82

Also got for free. Don't have a clue why anyone would buy one.

Wolves38

Same for me. Had a problem setting the 360 hub and during the call they guy said I will send you signal booster for free. If you need one worth ringing up and saying your having trouble and they may just send you one

Flobadobbob

Yep got one free when they detected a few disconnection on my line. It was actually me messing about with my router but they still sent me one without me asking as they detected a number of disconnections :-)

iliko

When my signal was weak I called support and they sent me a free one.

Hive Active Heating & Hot Water Thermostat Without Installation £99.99 @ Amazon / Dispatched from and sold by the underfloor heating store.
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Found 13th FebFound 13th Feb
Hive active heating and hot water without installation £99.99 @ Amazon Sold By The Underfloor Heating Store
cheekytrucker

I hoped that hive would offer, I didn't mention it was a warehouse deal, just that the box was opened.

tygr

I think they had around 50 available as warehouse deals. Hope they weren’t all like that. Shame they didn’t replace with a new one for you.

cheekytrucker

I was the one that bought this. Before trying to install it I contacted hive to see if the hub had been registered beforehand. It had and they advised it be returned as the hub cannot be registered to a different user. Just sent it back to amazon.

rogparki

For £99 ?

DavidVonDavidson

Decent price. I paid £108 for the heating only version in the Amazon deal but that came with the free echo dot. 30 mins to install by myself and job done. Hive are bringing out their own TRVs soon, making it more flexible.

Wildlife World Solitary Bee Hive @ Amazon £18.90 Prime £23.39 Non Prime
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UK's leading wildlife product designer and manufacturer We are one of the few suppliers with our own workshops that use naturally durable timbers which require more complex drying … Read more
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amazoncrazy

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fishwibbler

Hot ;)

ryanmcgavin

Cold

nougat

Bit harsh, The unlawful killing of a human doesn't really apply wasps.Not un UK law anyway.

betty777

:o

10% off all Smart Heating Products (e.g Hive £160 / Nest £197 / Honeywell T6 £134) with code @ BT Shop
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Found 30th JanFound 30th Jan
Looks like BT are helping us get ahead of the cold snap, by offering 10% off all Smart heating products until the end of the month. Looking at the range of products there seems to… Read more
brookheather

It has been posted: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/nest-t3028gb-learning-thermostat-3rd-generation-17999-inc-pp-the-electrical-showroom-3150210

RossC91

Interesting nobody has posted any of those as deals as some would probably be interested

brookheather

The silver Nest is £178.99 at Screwfix (plus you will probably need the stand as well). https://www.screwfix.com/p/nest-smart-thermostat-hot-water-control-silver/9382x#_=p

EyeExpert

nest thermostat available around £179 from three places. Amazon , toolstation and screwfix. And that’s before TCB. Frosty reception. Better Time elsewhere.

jay1

Looks like the big freeze is about to hit (popcorn)

Hive Active Light Starter Kit,Works with Alexa-E27, E27, 9 W, White 65.90 Sold by Edinburgh Trading and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Found 22nd JanFound 22nd Jan
Great deal considering the hub is usually around £60 on its own. Good for people needing a replacement hub if they can sell the bulbs to make back some of the money.
the.porter

The hubs seem to go for nowt nowadays on eBay

Waterlogged

Who cares

suduck68

Got this for £45 yin currys when they were doing a deal

Currys ebay hive heating 40% off - from £59.99
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Currys ebay currently have 40% off the hive heating range - Hive active heating with installation now - £149.40 Hive active heating and hot water without installation now - £107.99… Read more
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Savingsmad

Got a revise feedback please because - ve feedback hurts us, and we cancelled because of pricing error. I have refused revision as my feedback was accurate

RossC91

I got the same message, kindly refused their nice offer since they are now admitting to lying about the reason for cancelling the order as well

kklau

I have messaged the seller on eBay and their initial response was there is no stock to fulfil my order. Then I left them feedback on eBay accordingly to my experience. Now they are asking me kindly to revise my feedback because there is a pricing error so my order is cancelled. (y) for currys_pcworld with great customer service!

Savingsmad

cos I got told this by EBAY CS for leaving feedback on a couple of items I purchased where the seller just cancelled the order https://www.ebay.co.uk/fdbk/leave_single_feedback?item_id=131722461861 lets you leave FB if you ordered the full kit at £149, ( basically you can edit in any item number you buy)

cliosport65

Fair point even I learnt something new about feedback (highfive) (highfive)

Hive E27 Active Light Bulb, Cool to Warm - £15 @ Wickes (Free C&C)
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Deal only available on the E27 fitting (the larger screw type) Best price I’ve seen since the Amazon £13 offer.
Lime9reen

Hey Vinny, yep that would be a better deal than delivery through Wickes, if you only want the 1 bulb.

vinnyV2591

£21 on AO.com with free delivery

Lime9reen

I guess if you want C&C Chris it depends which stores have stock, although you can order online too for next day delivery (£7.95), as I did.

chrisbennett115

Seems to be only in the south

Hive Thermostat Without Hub + Free Echo Dot £79.20 at HiveHome
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This deal runs out 6th Jan today. From the official Hive shop, Thermostat minus Hub for £79.20 and they send you a free echo dot. I bought it, just have to ring up to say you don’t… Read more
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samesz07

I have a brand new Hive 2 active heating without installation Hub, Thermostat sealed and the receiver which is not compatible with my old thermostat ( has two wire ) so I will not keep it. Text me. BR75JD

ironmike2012

Crazy having to wait until March 8 for the echo dot and it comes directly from amazon have they completely run out after selling for £25 before xmas?

reliable65

Had mine delivered and BG man fit it today, great bit of kit so i have 2 light bulbs , 1 active plug , 2 hubs (all free from BG) hive thermostat and receiver (£80) BG did annual service today and BG man fit receiver ( £10 cash (y) ) Total of £90 (y) Just waiting for more light bulbs and plugs now

Sephiroth

I got Hive with free British Gas installation back in November and I have had an unbelievable amount of problems. The engineer failed to leave the Hub because I already had one, had to complain to get it. The thermostat then bricked itself after a couple of weeks during an automated firmware update so I needed a replacement, and the replacement has lost connection to my receiver and needed a factory reset twice. British Gas also kept sending me letters asking me to pay a £124 installation fee and Hive didn't want to know when I contacted them about it despite me not purchasing anything from British Gas. British Gas were difficult to deal with but eventually told me it was sorted and the invoice cancelled, until I received a letter a few days before Christmas threatening to pass my details to a debt collection agency within 7 days of a letter dated 5 days prior. I sent a complaint to Hive about it all but not had a response after nearly three weeks. I can't say I'll be buying another Hive product in a hurry.

HotUKDealSeeker

Merry Christmas LOZ

Hive View @ Hive- £143.20 delivered @ Hivehome
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Found 5th JanFound 5th Jan
189.00 at Currys, Argos, John Lewis etc Both colours available. Seems like available until tomorrow only.
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windta1ker

There isn't, if you can setup your own devices then your money will go a lot further. They just tap in to a market where people already have other devices and will pay a premium to add further devices. Not an issue, I can understand why, simple setup and it works, but i prefer to tinker

DEALS4EVA

Cheers Chris, very helpful info.

Chris.Type.R

It integrates with other hive devices. So you can setup monitoring patterns for the times when you're out of the house, and it'll notify you via your phone when movement that matches a person is detected, or sounds are heard etc. You can then use talk via the camera to someone. You can also configure it so that when e.g. movement is detected, lights are turned on etc It was useful for us over the Xmas holiday to check that the cats were being fed, as we'd asked a number of people to help with this. You can probably achieve a lot of this with other devices for less money... if you already have the Hive infrastructure it's not a bad addition - maybe a little pricey for what it is.

Chris.Type.R

I paid 129 from Amazon, 19th Dec - so unless you're desperate for one, I'd suggest watching & waiting for a lower price. The device is okay for what it is, good quality etc Not sure I'd buy another one though. It's a bit annoying that it can not be used/configured through the web UI.

DEALS4EVA

What is the advantage of these cameras costing sometimes 5 times the price of the yi 1080 cameras?

Hive Active Heating with Free Amazon Echo Dot 3rd Gen - £143.20 @ Hivehome
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Price does not include installation. Price is for Hive Active Heating kit without hot water tank (not sure if this made a difference to the price). Product can be found slightly … Read more
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samesz07

I have a brand new Hive 2 active heating without installation Hub, Thermostat sealed and the receiver which is not compatible with my old thermostat ( has two wire ) so I will not keep it. Text me. BR75JD

jackwatson91pp

offer seems to have expired

ironmike2012

The price without the hub and no installation is £99 how do you get it for £79.20? https://www.hivehome.com/products/hive-active-hubless-heating-self-install/buy?cid=Campaign_Medium%3Daffiliate_Campaign_Source%3Dawin_Campaign_Content%3Ddigidip+UK+and+USA+-+Incentivized&data_layer_product_load=true

reliable65

persevere i had to put phone down twice on clueless operatives 3rd one was ok and my order went through ok , just waiting on it now

NikLP

Ok wtaf is the craic with these fools?? - I can't add the product to the cart - the incomprehensible person on the helpline asked me for account details, which I don't have - there's nowhere to register on the website as far as I can tell - the website advertises subscriptions but doesn't say that you do/don't require one (only partially related) - nobody responded to my online chat How do they sell anything???

Hive Smart Thermostat 25% off at Screwfix - £134.99
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Cheapest I’ve seen from looking around. Screwfix have 25% off their Hive smart thermostats until 6th January. Excludes installation.
benedictr

Hey , Wont you be paying for the installation then anyways?

BigBooz

Heat added.

Mccluney11

This is just the thermostat and not the full package which is required. So basically pointless unless you already have a hive system fitted as it’s just an additional thermostat 🙈

dtokez

British gas had an offer on a week or so ago for hive, fitted with free echo dot for £125. Not sure if it's still on but worth checking your BG account

larrylightweight

Seems like it was £152 before the £134 deal now its £179 are they now trying to get back the lost sale revenue by charging more than the original £152

FREE Nest Thermostat when you join First Utility
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Totally free Nest E thermostat when you join First Utility on their First Control tariff The tariff isn't as cheap as my Utility Point tariff but loads cheaper that the other big … Read more
Dizy

Tariff is expensive compared to mine as I checked yesterday and fancy a thermostat much cheaper to buy a nest yourself then pay the tariff these are offering for example £1,148/yr for the cheapest atm £1488 Estimated per year £340 difference so basically depends if you don't mind paying the extra suppose its not a bad deal condidering it would be fitted. You can pick those nest up for around £130 ebay

justboris

I checked: this tariff is more expensive than the tariff that money saving expert recommended to me.

samspud

I'm sure there's a hate group for everyone on Facebook.

erikax

Face book has it's own hate group for this SHOCKING company it's cheap for a reason! Customer service shocking false promises stolen money and long long fights with ombudsmen over them faking readings, good luck joining I hope this free thermostat helps when the nightmare begins!

blackflash_uk_uk

No problem

Hive Active Heating and Hot Water Thermostat - Work with Alexa was £179.00 - Now £116.10 @ Amazon
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Hive Features 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 smartphone with the thermostat … Read more
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TopTrump

Yep. You only need the heating only package. Your combi boiler handles your hot water on demand doesn't it? In which case, that should have the ability to set maximum temperature of the hot water it produces for your taps around your property.

dranand

Hi is it available online..could I have link please

NikLP

Very confused now. If I have a combi, can I only use the heat only model?

TopTrump

£129 for the Heat & Water version and £179 for the simpler Heat only model from John Lewis, not forgetting his partners. (Promiscuous lad ol' Johnny boy?! One wasn't enough. Just like Yul Brynner in the King and I.) Seems Hive has been giving out instructions to dump the Heat&Water model that their warehouses might be overstocked with. Zefira Limited seller on Amazon has the Hive active heating only version for £129. Only 1 left in stock.

NikLP

Are amazon freaking baiting me or what?? This appears to have increased in price again? What options am I supposed to be choosing? So poorly and need it sorting but I'm having to hold because of their constant madness. Gah!

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