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2 x Nest Protect 2ND Generation Wired Smoke and CO Detector S3003LWGBWith Code - £162 (with code) @ Travis Perkins
Found 14th OctFound 14th Oct
Know more, worry less. The new Nest Protect looks for fast burning fires, slow, smoldering fires and invisible carbon monoxide. It speaks up to tell you what the problem is and whe… Read more

FYI opened one of mine and it's manufacture is July 2018 so definitely isn't old stock. In terms of alarms, maybe you have a CO leak in your house... Mine has never gone off unexpectedly, even when cooking it's been pretty good (placed 3-4 meter from hob in open plan). The light is a really good feature, lights the hall for guests when they go to toilet in the night! The cost is high I agree (up front) but works out to £8 a year which isn't too bad for keeping family safe.


The have removed the nest protects from the offer ;(


Yes, posted above, or below, actually


This is what they said: I fully appreciate your concerns but I would like to put your mind at rest in that they will not turn off on the expected expiry date. The expiry stated is simply a guide and an 'expected' life span, it is not a guaranteed life-span and they may well exceed their expectations and work for longer. Equally they may end up with a shorter life-span dependant on a number of variables such as how the product is stored/installed/ maintained etc. As you have received a brand-new, boxed item we would expect the product to have maintained it's 10 year life-span despite the earlier manufacturing date. I hope this helps.


Anyone having trouble with discount code? It applies it but doesn’t apply discount? Price stays at £180. am I doing anything wrong or have they changed something. thanks

Joseph Joseph Nest 9 Compact 9-Piece Food Preparation Set - Tonal Grey £19.99 (+ £1.99 C&C / £3.99 Delivery) @ TK Maxx
Found 11th OctFound 11th Oct
In store and online. Great price for this set and colour, usually only the red ones are discounted this much.
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What is this? Are they tubs


I got one in store in Newcastle - great deal. After someone used my last set to drain the toilet into a mix up cement 😩 (fierce)


Oos online, wild goose chase in-store.


Still 1 available online


Loads in store. I got the sink thing for £15.

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Nest outdoor cam £139 Amazon - back to lowest price!
Found 4th OctFound 4th Oct
Been waiting for these to drop again to get the new house setup. Amazing HD outdoor cams back down to their lowest price (£139 March 29th 2018 was the last via camelcamelcamel) I … Read more



For anyone buying this, bear in mind the (ridiculously) large USB connector - shown on the right of the picture below. It requires a hole roughly 2cm big to pass through the wall, depending on how you plan to wire it up.


how are people connecting the yi cams if not using the usb wire? is there any way to connect these to some always on power supply?


Hahah... At least you can watch it though in glorious high definition.


Guys, I need some tips on how to fit these cameras. I bought a yi one, it's USB as well and it's still sitting on the shelf as I haven't figured out how to get electricity outside... I don't wanna drill through the UPVC window frame upstairs, the attic doesn't really have enough space for me to crawl around in it and I don't have a long enough drill bit to go through the wall... I gotta fit it somehow...

Nest Thermostat & Protect Smoke Alarm Bundle £213.93 with code @ Toolstation
Found 28th SepFound 28th Sep
Toolstation are doing a Nest Thermostat and Protect bundle for £248.93 Normally retailing around £300. But if youre quick, you can save a FURTHER £35! by using the voucher code SEP… Read more

Thanks for the tip OP. Ordered mine - being delivered Monday.


Collected this morning and installed this afternoon (y) 🏼


Glad to see others benefiting, mine just got delivered 😁


Thanks. Smoke alarm not in stock now but have taken the order


Worked for me too but the guy on the phone wasn’t convinced and had to check with colleagues. Thanks OP!

NEST Thermostat + Smoke/Carbon Monoxide Detector @Toolstation in-store (Redditch) - £213.98
LocalLocalFound 24th SepFound 24th Sep
Just saw this in store in Redditch. Unfortunately didn't have my phone with me to take a picture. This is a combination of their in-store price reduction for the Nest bundle to 248… Read more

That's what they told me at the till


Yes, but the price reduction doesn't constitute an offer as such, or so they said. Did they try to put it through the till?


Just went into store and the £35 off is "not to be used in conjunction with any other offer".


No worries, thanks for the reply.


Didn't check, sorry. There may be both options available.

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Nest Protect (battery powered) 3 pack £249.99 [Amazon]
Found 24th SepFound 24th Sep
Cheapest price it has been for a while. Can't find it cheaper elsewhere. Nest Protect (Pack of 3). Thinks, speaks and alerts your phoneMeet Nest Protect. The smoke alarm that othe… Read more
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This 100%, you could always use the lighting circuit, as they're usually in the same place.


I just want to thank everyone that has been a part of this fantastic journey.


Interesting i have looked for them on amazon warehouse quite a few times, but. They never seem avaliable. Nice find.


I managed to pick up 3 for 219 from amazon warehouse good condition. They arrived today, one had been opened the rest were still sealed and as far as I can tell perfect condition. Expiry of 2027


These are very good. The night light feature is a nice bonus.

Nest Learning Thermostat, 3rd Generation - £178.77 at
Found 14th SepFound 14th Sep
Looks like a good price compared to the one on the Nest website

Depends how big is your house mate


You don't even know how the TRVs work, do you? Feel free to come back when you know what you're talking about.


Sure buddy. New motorised valves £££ Plumber to change the valves £££ Ur carpets will get damaged from the sludge when the plumbers removed the old valves £££ How long will that take to recoup?


A single thermostat is like having one light switch for your whole home - but you only need the lights on when you're in there. There are massive savings to be had with per room control as a result.


If you can afford a system like the Honeywell evohome and then buy all smart rad valves on top then fair enough, otherwise nest is a good option if you’re on a budget.

Nest  Protect 2ND Generation Wired Smoke Detector and CO2 Detector S3003LWGB £81 with code at  Travis Perkins
Found 14th SepFound 14th Sep
Usually around £99 for the wired version

You want me to elaborate the fact that I prefer the battery version? Why? It's not rocket science and it's my opinion. What needs to be elaborated? If you must. It's simply that a battery powered one can be placed anywhere. You are not restricted to somewhere with a 240v supply.


Well, trying to work out how to spell the word what for starters! ;)


Please elaborate your comment.


What word is confusing you?


Nest Protect devices "talk" to each other using a mixture of Bluetooth LE and wireless. The wired versus battery choice is purely about how the unit gets its power and has no bearing on how the units communicate with each other. You can easily mix wired and wireless variants with no issues at all. I have four in our house - they are expensive but I live in a tech house, like new tech and they are also practical and potentially life saving devices (yes a £20 alternative would also potentially save your life but how dull are they?! (excited)) When paired with the app, you get notifications of the alarms going off which is useful if you were ever out and there was an alert - you can also start a test from the app and when enabled, it can act as a geofence for other Nest products too (like the thermostat). The lights are also very useful - the white light turns on if you approach a unit in darkness and provides enough light to safely pass - e.g. we have one at the bottom of the stairs and one at the top (outside the bedrooms) and i can get up stairs and into my bedroom without turning the lights on just with the lights the Protect's provide. You also have the peace of mind that the units test themselves daily and give you the green light at night to show all is well. The battery variants need six lithium AA-sized batteries which aren't cheap but I've had my protects for about 3 years now and only changed the batteries once so they last. You can eek more life out of the batteries by disabling some of the features (like the lighting) but that takes away one of the benefits of having them installed IMO. Nest is also integrated into a wide range of home automation platforms too, mine is hooked into my Domoticz platform where I can trigger events based on an alarm (for example turning on all the Philips Hue lights in the house or shutting off the boiler if there was a CO alarm).

JOSEPH JOSEPH Nest Utensils - Multicoloured for £5.97 @ Currys
Found 13th SepFound 13th Sep
Nice looking product with space saving benefits. Available instore Add colour to your kitchen with the Joseph Joseph Nest Utensils . Featuring a slotted spatula, spaghetti s… Read more
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Anyone need a Merry Hill reservation?


Also got a reservation at Erdington, which is closer


Copy :p When you collecting yours?


Clacton has them. Day trip to the seaside!


Not surprised that they’re cheap. Who thinks of going to an electrical store for cooking utensils :/ Having said that, I can see the kitchen connection. Curry’s are cooked with spatulas and stuff :D hot from me (y)

Nest Hello Doorbell plus free Google Home Mini plus £10 voucher @Argos Code HOME20 £183.20
Found 27th AugFound 27th Aug
Thanks for the heads up on the Ring Doorbell, but my home is wired up to Google rather than Amazon so I thought I would check out the Nest Hello prices. Yes it's a lot of money fo… Read more

I've been quite happy with mine. Familiar face alerts don't always register the person, but I'd say it has a 70% hit rate. I'm going to buy the subscription as I also use it as a 24/7 camera due to some burglaries recently in my area. It ended at lunchtime today and I forgot to renew it in time, so I've probably lost all my familiar faces annoyingly. I'm not too bothered about the video history being lost, but oh well!


Free Nest Aware trial ended now for me and didn’t really get the familiar face notification only once when I tested it on the google home mini. Not even the postman was announced, he had put the letters in the letter box and left. seems it’s just as bad as the Ring version 1. Will keep it as the video live view is better and I can see it on the Echo Show. I’ll wait and see if the notifications are better before subscribing, Nest community forum very vociferous about the delay and Nest don’t seem to acknowledge this or say they are going to do something about it.


Paid for installation, guy had to drill through the wall so yeah sometimes easier to let an expert do it, especially if it's only 50% yours...


Mine is working great so far. Familiar face doesn't always work, but it's not a massive deal for me. Notifications come through quickly. Only thing I haven't figured out is how does it prioritise between sending to my phone and also my wife's phone?


Did you know you can merge duplicates? Just hold down on a face then select all the ones you want to merge. There's a merge arrow top right

Nest Protect (2nd Generation Battery) £76.99 @ The electrical showroom
Found 26th AugFound 26th Aug
Seems like a good price to me. Inclusive of delivery.
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Understood. Thanks!


Yeah you replace the battery when they die. The expiry date on the detector refers to the life of the component which detects carbon monoxide - this can’t be replaced


To confirm. You can still replace the batteries in these. Right? They don't just die after 8 years?


I ordered 2 more from this company. Just so everyone is aware both of the ones which I received expire in 2026 - still a great price for 8 years on them


Expensive but worth it for peace of mind especially if you are away from the house a lot

Joseph Joseph Nest 9 Plus mixing bowls and silicone scraper £19.99 on the amazon Treasure  truck
LocalLocalFound 23rd AugFound 23rd Aug
What's included On your marks, get set…mix, measure, strain, drain and BAKE! Whatever you’re up to in the kitchen, this awesome set of tools will help you turn every dish into a s… Read more
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Yes and it worked for me. £15 not bad. I really wouldn't pay any extra


tat truck normally stops about 5 minutes walk from my house so i just walk there


Well..... you don’t HAVE to. If you’re in a situation where you don’t make a saving you can just avoid ordering.....


Is the £5 off the first Treasure Truck purchase deal still on? I can't find it anywhere...


So I have to go find parking somewhere and get stuff off the back of a truck? Cost of my fuel probably outweighs aby saving so I think i will pass and wait for JJ to have a sale. Another Amazon idea - like Pantry - that will probably flop.

Nest Learning Thermostat, 3rd Generation £159.99 @ The Electrical Showroom
Found 22nd AugFound 22nd Aug
I posted this last week at £164.99 but the price has dropped again, now down to £159.99 Not including instalation. With its classic eye catching design the Nest Learning Thermos… Read more

Yes its just gone up :(


Looks like its gone up by £20 now to £179.99. Anyone else seeing that?


Ok, that's great, thanks for the info. Hopefully they'll add some of their own TRV hardware and upgrade the software in the future so its all controlled from Nest and not flakey 3rd party hardware/ setups.


The Nest Thermostat controls the boiler functions rather than the entire heating system. There are many 3rd party smart valves that are controlled via an app but you would need to control these separate from the nest, either via the app or a voice controlled system such as the echo or google home. Here is an example


Good price for this.

Nest Learning Thermostat, 3rd Generation £164.99 @ The Electrical Showroom
Found 15th AugFound 15th Aug
£5 cheaper than getting this via Amazon through the same seller. Not including instalation. With its classic eye catching design the Nest Learning Thermostat learns the temperat… Read more

Me keeping my old wired thermostat on full blast is basically the same as not having one because it will never reach the full temp. There is a white box that will replace your segment timer. This box has one button on it which is a override on/off switch. The box connects to this nest thermostat and yes, basically it acts as an off switch when the heating reaches the desired temperature. It is fully programmable for on and off times for both heating and hot water. The nest guys on Facebook are fairly responsive. I had a few teething problems as the default settings work out how long it takes to get your home up to the desired, this turns your heating on before the set time so it's hot for the set time. I didn't like that so I turned that off... also if you haven't heated the hot water for over 2 hours straight in a 48 period, it pops it on for 2 hours to kill any bacteria which I turned off too.


Thanks for the reply but I don't really understand. I don't have a thermostat at all, and all the instructions I can find online reference essentially connecting into your existing thermostat in order to connect the nest. However I don't have one so I'm not sure what I would be connecting to? Based on what you're saying, thermostat is basically a clever on/off switch with some computational shenanigans going on inside. My existing segment timer is the same thing but without the smart bit. On that basis I assume the Nest somehow connects into my segment timer wiring and then adds the thermostat functionality to my system singlehandedly?


Yes. I kept my thermostat wired and just keep it on full... this cuts the heating off when it reaches the desired temp. By keeping the wired stat on full, it just acts as it's not there if that makes sense.


Folks - I managed to pick one of these up recently. My hot press currently only has a segment timer with "On/Off/Clock" settings. There is no thermostat in my house at the moment. Is this even compatible with my system? I can't seem to find an answer to this simple question anywhere - I believe (hope?) the answer is yes, it's compatible! @PAULTRD @chrisom


In my case a Worcester Bosch CDI Combi , I needed to connect 3 wires , live , neutral , & switched live from the boiler to the nest heat link . Then added a looped wire in the heat link . So my example of it being "like " wiring a plug is because of the number of connections-3 , plus my ability to read both my boiler manual & the nest manual to know where the connections go . I found it straightforward & simple

Nest Learning Thermostat, 3rd Generation £169.99 (sold by The Electrical Showroom) via Amazon
Found 15th AugFound 15th Aug
Nest 3rd Generation sold by Elextrical Showroom via Amazon £169.99 delviered. Auto-Schedule: No more programming With Auto-Schedule, Nest learns from you and programs itself Au… Read more

This Vs tado Vs hive.. what's the lowdown guys?


I'd rather wait, pay less and have it installed and get a full refund if it can't be installed for any reason


You may well be right, but many wouldnt even want to attempt something like this


If you have a combi with a wireless thermostat fitting the Nest yourself is extremely easy. No need to pay anyone.


£5er cheaper direct... oops.

EE 0% fees and interest on smart home devices when adding to plan (Apple HomePod, Nest, Ring etc - existing customers)
Found 8th AugFound 8th Aug
Absolutely no interest on all smart home devices at EE! Apple HomePod - £319 RRP EE - £319 (£26 pm for 11 months and £33 up front) etc

People who have huge credit card debts and financial agreements all over the place are the last people to get a mortgage, and when they do they get the worst rates. Today’s society want expensive things they can’t afford NOW. That’s how all these money lending sites with huge interest rates do well. I agree credit is good on expensive items, but paying up front when you can afford it does no harm either.


Agreed credit when you can afford is healthy and it builds a credit rating which gets you things like a lower mortgage and better finance on a car. People like him who "save" for everything are the people who have the insanely high rate mortgages and then blame the rest of society as they have always kept to within what they believe are society's rules. So I hate it when people come on threads like this just to throw their opinions that people should just save. How about you just goto your cave and over pay for your house and cave with your backwater ideals? As unless you can save for your entire house you too need credit.


They constantly try to tempt me with these deals, first it was Samsung vr kit then the 360 camera I find it's all a bit desperate on EE's part


EE naaaaah never again


Most sensible people leverage credit when it’s appropriate, for instance when something they can afford and would like is available at 0% credit

Nest-Black-3RD-Generation-Smart-Learning-Thermostat-and-3RD-Generation-Stand £179.28 @ Travis Perkins
Found 31st JulFound 31st Jul
Nest 3rd Gen Thermostat with stand is £179.28 on Travis Perkins

Thanks buddy


The box does have a link that you can then find local installrrs. Mine cost £80 to install.


Hi there. Can anyone comment on getting it installed? Please.


Gen 2 controls hot water as well- mine has been running since 2016 and reduced my gas bill by £250 a year since install (same usage last 2 years roughly) versus 2014-16.


I had the 1st gen and just installed the 3rd gen in my new home. Very little difference. I needed the 3rd gen as it controls hot water for a conventional system. I think 1 and 2 only do combi boilers... Great product and this is a good price.

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