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Hive Light Bulbs from £3.50 at Asda (Taunton)
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LocalLocalFound 10th JunFound 10th Jun
Warm white Hive bulbs - £3.50 for screw fitting, £4.50 for bayonet. Also had some tuneable cool to warm white ones for £6 and the coloured ones for (I think) £12. Still a good few… Read more
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N42

None in Asda Hayes. Checked this morning

Joebra

Basic E27 bulbs are cheap @ £3.50 in my local but all other 1s are still £7-17 Active plugs are £16 I think Door sensors £15 Motion sensors £14 Thanks op

delsaber

Oh dam. I live just outside Taunton. Probably gone already! :(

KPascall

Not much left now. A few sensors and 1 es cool white and 2 colour bulbs

N42

That’s an amazing deal

Hive Active Heating With Professional Installation £179.99 Amazon
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Found 8th JunFound 8th Jun
Good price including professional install. If anyone knows where you can find this cheaper, please let me know!
dazt1969

If you are not desperate hang on a bit. Got this on Amazon in December (Heating and Hot water version ) installed for £159.99... Keep a check and it is often reduced.

Klampit

Heating & hot water now £249

bevforde

Good deal. Did get it from the Amazon truck for £149 last month, but that was one of those special deals.

jakerushworth

Cheaper on ebay with the 10% off deal... should be able to get it for 160

batdroid

It's not a bad deal

Hive Active Heating Multi Zone Smart Thermostat £79 @ Argos
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Refreshed 3rd JunRefreshed 3rd Jun
FREE £5 VOUCHER WHEN YOU SPEND £50 OR MORE If you have existing individual heating zones you can now control them with Hive Active Heating Multizone. It helps you to be more energ… Read more
stuartc

Not a bad price at the moment. Would have got it at this price but was lucky enough to get one from Maplin in Norwich for £39.99 at the weekend.

bellboys

Launched in November 2015, almost 2 years after Evohome, so my point remains entirely valid...it's the only way to go if you are serious about smart heating.

john.smithfM5

Well, Hive have had support for zones for a few years now. So take that as you will.

firstofficer

does this include fitting?

LukeJohnAshworth

Showing as £99 when clicking through link

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Hive View Smart Indoor Camera - White and Champagne Gold £141.99 @ Amazon
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Found 25th MayFound 25th May
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 anytime, anywhere, it’… Read more
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slllinky97

Was on gadget show...didnt work

bally12345

Probably the best looking camera I have seen but still ain't sure indoor cameras are worth getting. Better investing in better home alarm system and some outdoor security lights

A Free Hive Leak Sensor from British Gas (HomeCare Customers only)
Found 25th MayFound 25th May
Got usual junkmail through the post but today British Gas are giving away a Hive Leak Sensor to HomeCare Customers. To claim your Hive Leak Sensor visit hivehome.com/bgleak2 and … Read more
agaveworm

That's a bit harsh. I only posted a deal........ ;)

Sharpharp

No joy here, its obviously accunt specific, only those eligible will get one. Same happened last time, they just pitching these in thse areas to test out the leak sensr for them

HotUKDealSeeker

"Oops. We've checked our records and it looks like you’re not eligible as we cannot find your BritishGas HomeCare reference number". It can find my bank details to take money off me every month, but it can't find my reference number. Thank you very much indeedy

s24adm

not working on either mine or my dad's homecare account numbers either. meh

seezyf

I've got Homecare 400 and not eligible. Maybe account specific?

20% off at Hive including Hive Active Heating with installation £199.20 at Hivehome
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Found 25th MayFound 25th May
20% off a range of hive products. Ends 3 June. £199.20 for Hive with installation, cheapest currently available with installation that I can see. Thanks to Kin - 2.02% on topcash… Read more
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NewForestMonkeyBrains

Irrespective of the price, I bought one of these under an Amazon offer sometime ago and think the system is great. These new systems that you can control from your phone, are really useful and I would definitely buy one again.

dimz85

Got one on eBay for 160 2 days ago.

blackbox2342

Thanks Kin, it has been cheaper in the past but this is the best deal I am aware of that is available right now.

Arizolas

I bought this and additional stat for 270 from them with install for both. So im happy with that.

Avkaan

Was on amazon truck deal 2 days ago for £150 can buy from ebay between £125-£150 sealed

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Hive active heating and hot water with installation - £149.99 on Amazon Treasure Truck
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Found 23rd MayFound 23rd May
Hive active heating and hot water thermostat, including free installation! 4 stops today - A 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM Greenfield Road Car Park Commercial Road London, E1 1EN B 1:00… Read more
blackbox2342

None near me but hot for those who can get it! Hope Amazon show the North East some love!

bobdylan

Anyone know if there are any other locations in the south east at all?

Gorskar

Dang - just had a Hive system installed (for £300 installed with 2 zones)! Ah well. From what I can tell there's not much difference between them practically, but the Nest is possibly slightly better for most people due to the auto-learning schedule, although tends to be slightly more expensive. However if your heating system has more than 1 zone (ours has upstairs and downstairs) then hive is significantly cheaper, (around £100 for the extra thermostat and valve controller, as you can link it to the same hub) Nest can do multi-zone, but you basically have to buy 2 complete nest systems. I decided the learning schedule wasn't worth the extra £100ish.

RyanHextall

Paid £150 around a year ago from Amazon with installation, good cost and great purchase for the house.

Dan29

https://www.amazon.co.uk/tt/webview

Attack on Titan: The Movie - Part 1 & Part 2 [Blu-ray] £7.19 each delivered @ Hive
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Found 22nd MayFound 22nd May
OK, I appreciate this is a bit niche and leftfield but I loved the Anime series so thought I'd give these a go and thought the price was very decent. Fast-forward 100 years. What r… Read more
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2minutenoodles

I haven’t seen the movies but I gave up half way through season 2. Just got too weird.

Lee_McGowanSpf

Good deal makes me wanna bite my hand

johnboy---

My son won a cosplay comp' as Armin Arlert so I guess he'll like this deal...heat..

Maverick5UK

I liked it. It could've been a hell of a lot worst. Enjoy it for what it is.

once_upon_a_tyne

Hey Dude, I've voted hot - it's a good deal for these... But be prepared to be really disappointed. No spoilers, but they go in a different direction with the plot, and it's very poor. It's a shame, because I actually think they did a great job of the effects and stuff (I like how it's not just all CGI).

Hive Active Heating Multizone - £50 instore @ Maplin (Parkgate, Rotherham)
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LocalLocalFound 12th MayFound 12th May
Hive heating unit in Maplins Parkgate Rotherham. Only one on shelves, but everything in store 50%off
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adamreilly

Saw 2 controllers for £25 in Maplin at Barnsley yesterday

Pricklerickle

wish i could get it at this price, my little Maplin store close and bigger one, shelf's cleared,

windta1ker

No worries when you mentioned 2nd thermostat you made it sound like an existing heating system had to be in place for it to work :/

PowerPantsPete

Sorry for not being explicit enough. I was generalising......I've not typically known a user purchase a hub without any other components.....

DomBhoy10

To be honest if we are being that pedantic then yo could use it without a hub, and have no online facilities. My post above was more about explaining the use for an additional zone!

25% off Hive Home Products with British Gas rewards
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Found 11th MayFound 11th May
British Gas rewards are offering a voucher for 25% of Hive products. Most products eligible but exclusions do apply Check your accounts
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Agent004

Shows how much profit this bloated bunch of Fat Cats are making , pity they don't pass these on the customer's overinflated , constantly increasing bills instead of the big bosses bonuses .

alphamike

Great Thanks for Posting (y)

Hive active plug at Amazon 23% off for £29.99
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Found 10th MayFound 10th May
The smart plug that lets you control your home electrical appliances from your mobile, tablet or laptop. Worried you’ve left your straighteners or iron on? With the Hive Active Plu… Read more
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westonborn

I have the Bee

N42

Love to take these if still available. Cheers

Doitcom1

Easy way to put the kettle on

Hassann

I've got 2 Hive bayonet bulbs, Hive active plug & Hive motion sensor for sale for £50 if anyone wants? They were used for a few days but decided to change to Hue.

roons111

surely you should have written a strongly worded letter rather than use this new fangled interweb

Hive products whilst stocks available 50% off - from £40 at Maplin
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LocalLocalFound 8th MayFound 8th May
I know this is most likely going to be hard to find however as everyone is aware Maplin is closing down. Today everything is now at least 50% off Most stores are lacking stock h… Read more
malhal

it was 40% + 20% over the bank holiday weekend and they still couldn't shift anything at my store, waiting to see what happens next

professor.yaffle

Dead easy, took a couple of minutes at most. Take a look at the guide here.

Neostar

Everything still 40% in my local (annoyed)

Pricklerickle

all gone from my Maplin, Very little few good deals and some others deals about normal price left

mustardsenf

Hot for me (but I may be biased having posted a Maplin deal myself). Has reminded me to have one last look in my local.

HIVE ACTIVE HEATING THERMOSTAT at Screwfix for £143.63
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Refreshed 7th MayRefreshed 7th May
Hive active heating thermostat with self installation. Also same price for heating and hot water. Amazon are matching the heating only but not the heating and hot water.
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blackbox2342

Where did you get nest that cheap?

MrMoonX

ebay, got two copper ones for £140 each brand new sealed, seems to be the going rate, the black ones go for more it seems

khirsah

What a load of twaddle. Jog on

sillyoldbear

A learned man of all the products and ways of the ‘merica and no idea of functionality within the uk.Good day I’m rather tired of your incessant babble.

khirsah

And for your reading comprehension I also live in the uk. Just because it isn’t available yet doesn’t mean it won’t be, with any purchase you surely look at what is available now and what is in the roadmap for the future? The doorbell is already down as coming soon, lights all available, plugs all available, cameras all available, door sensor all available, voice control all available, motion sensors all available, leak sensors all available etc. There are already systems for the other things if people can’t wait, they can be linked up fairly easily. IFTTT is a free service so why would I not talk about a free service that links in with the product the deal is for? You are utterly obtuse. “It means you can link you favourite sports app, for example Strava, to your Hive devices. This way the hot water turns on automatically when you are coming home from a jog. Or if you like, set the lights to turn on as soon as it gets dark by linking to your weather app” I repeat, the deal is worth it for the thermostat functionality alone, it’s made mode worth it by the various technologies and functionality that you can link it to that make life easier. What I’m telling people is we spent not a lot of money on a few things around the house that we use day in day out and don’t run up against any of the challenges or issues that you are exaggerating. Everything does exactly what we expected it to do and if we moved again we would take it with us and install it again in the new house. Deal is hor because it’s a good price for the product hot. I await your exaggerated reply that tells me how we use our own products which will contrast wildly with reality (lol)

Hive Lights Starter Kit (Hub with 2 Dimmable x E27 Screw Smart Bulbs), Works with Amazon Alexa - £39.99 @ Amazon
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Found 5th MayFound 5th May
Was this price a week ago, went back up and now reduced again. Works with Alexa
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Overseer

Since when has it worked with Google Home? Edit: Ah, so it works with Google Home, but not Google Assistant :-(

dabbit

I got it too free from BG, I didn;t realise I needed this until it arrived and I'd installed it... :) :)

yorkshiretightarse

Also works with Google Home :) Got this set for free from British Gas at Christmas as part of their giveaway. Handy android app too, where you can schedule them to come on/ off.

Hive Light Dimmable Smart GU10 bulb x 10 Pack £99 @ Amazon
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Found 4th MayFound 4th May
A 10 pack of GU10 at £99 - 23% off!!!
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gap30

Yes but what if you are physically unable to turn on a light Not everyone is as lucky as you

MrJinxy

Or you can go Screwfix and get LED GU10s for 99p each. Got 10 today for under tenner. But you would have to physically use a light switch as well to save spending the extra £90

jameswalker457

Do they link with Hive hub

sam1970

Do you need a hub with IKEA bulbs? I looked at their website and it is not clear? Also do they have the mimic mode as hive? Will they turn on and off randomly when Iam away from home?

rporteo

Yup TRÅDFRI range are. Got loads all round the house, they’re fantastic

Hive Heating and Hot Water Kit £99.99 @ Currys/PC World
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Found 30th AprFound 30th Apr
According to the description this is the full kit which allows you to control both heating and hot water. Box contents - Thermostat - Receiv… Read more
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jameswalker457

You mean reciever? The hub is totally different bit of a kit.

Rusty82

That all depends on how competent you are generally. If you don't know what you're doing maybe best to get someone in, if you can pick up 'stuff' easily then it's really not very difficult. On another note, with all the comments about the hub, you most definately will be requiring that part!

yessuz

hmm... How difficult it can be to install Hive (starters pack for heating only) instead of old Thermostat? Do I need plumber or electrician for that?

laceyjaynewilliams

We have an amazon alexa Echo plus which has a 'hub' built inside - meaning that the hive products and light bulbs etc. can connect up and you don't need additional hubs. We control Hive (lights/heating/camera/sensors) and the Phillips Hue light bulbs from the Alexa app.

professor.yaffle

Maplin have the multizone reduced to £60 in store and I have Hive 1 installed, so unless I'm wrong I could upgrade to Hive 2 by buying this and just using the thermostat - can anyone confirm this? It seems the cheapest way for me to upgrade if so.

Hive Active Heating (Heating and Hot Water) Self Install - Free shipping - £150 @ Travis Perkins
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Found 29th AprFound 29th Apr
First post! Seems a good deal compared to elsewhere. Free shipping until Monday. Also 3% TCB.
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TheRealJoycey

I've tried it close to the first rad on the system set high, and last rad in the conservatory. Either position overshoots. and then takes a while to drop and it's during this period can feel cool. Apparently Hive does not have TPI which most cheaper thermostats have (apparently stops burning gas as it approaches target temp to see if it temp continues to rise, but the keeps burning small amounts to keep as close to target). There's a massive thread on Hives website relating to this issue

norm1

If you're house is feeling cold surely that would suggest you've got the thermostat in the wrong place? Try moving it.

benjus

Depends what you have now. If you have the traditional ancient setup of a mechanical room thermostat and a separate time controller, putting control of both time and temperature into a single programmable device has benefits - such as being able to set different temperatures at different times of day. But you can achieve this with a £30 programmable room thermostat. Having it connected to the internet is useful if you go away, so you can switch it off while you're away and have it back on for when you return. I'm not sure if the Hive does this, but the Nest has a feature where it monitors how long it takes your heating to work and also checks the current weather outside and adjusts the time for starting the heating accordingly - i.e. if you want it at 22 degrees for 7am then it might turn the heating on at 6am if it's a particularly cold morning, or 6:30am if it's not.

Geebsie

I managed to get the fully installed option + kit for a total of £151 during a recent eBay 20% promotion. I swithered about self install but with an older Ideal ISAR boiler I thought it worthwhile paying for a professional. Given it took him nearly three hours to install the kit I think that was money well spent - I suspect it would have taken me a lot longer!

americanonpurpose

I admit I know next to nothing about Hive, but I'm starting to want one. We are running on an oil boiler, can I use it? I take it, it is just a remote (smart) thermostat?

Hive Active Light Bulb Dimmable White - E27 9W  £16.49 at Wickes
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Found 28th AprFound 28th Apr
Not a bad price for a Hive dimmable bulb. Click and Collect in one hour Usually retail around the £19 mark at best.
devlino

You got a link?

Gray_Anderson

Cheaper on Amazon

Gray_Anderson

Because they are so cheap to run and will last forever.

Peacemonster

Can someone tell me, how is paying £16.49 for a light bulb saving money?

FranzFerdinandI

I can recommend dimmable light bulbs to everyone

Hive Lights Starter Kit (Hub with 2 Dimmable x E27 Screw Smart Bulbs), Works with Amazon Alexa £39.99 @ Amazon
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Reduced from £78, the bayonet version selling for £89.95, the hub alone is £30 on eBay, and the two bulbs are £18 each on amazon. Wide 240 degrees beam angle - reduces shadowing… Read more
norm1

No you are correct I originally bought a warehouse deal but the hub was already registered so was useless, Amazon did give me a 5 pound off voucher though so not all bad.

scotty026

i got told that when the hub gets used its bound to that account and can't be unbound, but this could be incorrect

sgandtg

Expired but click other sellers and there's amazon used like new for around £37

scotty026

showing as £78.28 for me

sellsmart123

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20% Off all Philips Hue, Hive & TP Link Lighting with code @ ao - see OP for example
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Currently 20% Off all Philips Hue, Hive & TP Link lighting at AO - Add the code Smart20 at checkout. Just managed to get all my main lighting sorted out due to this offer! Th… Read more
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tungle106

So did you get 25% off ?

Istanbul_Kop

Doubt they will again. It was back when Argos used to have them in the Home category and you could use the code that always pops up from them. Home25 I think. But alas, they moved the HUE out of that category so no more Brucie Bonus savings for us.

duffbal13

Managed to get some of these ordered...thanks for posting

SAGE9

(y)

tungle106

I have been after one but they havent gone down to that price :(

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