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Nest Cam Indoor Security Camera - £139.50 @ Amazon
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Amazon currently have the Nest Cam for £139.50. Most other retailers (John Lewis, Currys etc.) are selling this for £159. Other, cheaper IP cameras are available for less, and oth… Read more
robodan91850 m ago

Except they don't advertise that the features you bought the camera for …Except they don't advertise that the features you bought the camera for will be taken away after 30 daysNest bought dropcam, and they're the exact same now as they were then... Except you didn't have to pay a ridiculous subscription fee that nest introduced


Literally the first thing it says in the description:

"Subscribe to Nest Aware and you can use the cloud to see more and do more with Nest Cam. Each Nest Cam automatically comes with a free 30-day trial. You can opt out at any time. When your trial expires, you can subscribe in the Nest app."

Can't comment in dropcam as I don't know anything about it, but I agree this would be a lot better with a subscription fee. The subscription has put me off buying this as well.
Mike_HUKD32 m ago

Which again, if you knew up front that this was how the product was …Which again, if you knew up front that this was how the product was designed, would not make it valid to say the TV remote is pointless. You would be more than welcome to say TV remote + subscription is bad value, but to buy half of the requirement them complain its useless is a bit silly.


Except they don't advertise that the features you bought the camera for will be taken away after 30 days

Nest bought dropcam, and they're the exact same now as they were then... Except you didn't have to pay a ridiculous subscription fee that nest introduced
robodan9182 h, 39 m ago

no, previous comment was like tv remote buttons 2-9 won't work wiithout …no, previous comment was like tv remote buttons 2-9 won't work wiithout 5.99 monthly subscription fee


Which again, if you knew up front that this was how the product was designed, would not make it valid to say the TV remote is pointless. You would be more than welcome to say TV remote + subscription is bad value, but to buy half of the requirement them complain its useless is a bit silly.
Mike_HUKD7 h, 55 m ago

I agree. But nevertheless if you do pay for that service, as intended by …I agree. But nevertheless if you do pay for that service, as intended by the camera creators, then this is a good product.Previous comment was kind of like saying the TV remote is rubbish if you don't buy batteries...


no, previous comment was like
tv remote buttons 2-9 won't work wiithout 5.99 monthly subscription fee
robodan9181 h, 53 m ago

monthly subscription charge into perpetuitynot worthit


I agree. But nevertheless if you do pay for that service, as intended by the camera creators, then this is a good product.

Previous comment was kind of like saying the TV remote is rubbish if you don't buy batteries...
Nest Thermostat £179.06 @ Screwfix Battersea
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Nest thermostat £179.06 in screwfix Battersea. All other goods 10% off until 18th February.
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Scorpion1 h, 40 m ago

Unless you're providing a time machine....


I'm not saying it's my view...I'm just telling you that it will go cold because of this. And it has
Trying to find a way to turn up the heat on this Thermostat deal! Looks like this price is pretty much average after a quick search.
But thanks for the effort Daddyjay001, I see it is your second post, so heat added for the effort!
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in store only Battersea
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trickytree19841 h, 2 m ago

150 on black Friday. Anything significantly above that will be voted cold


Unless you're providing a time machine....
Nest Learning Thermostat 3rd generation, silver, copper, black and white @ Electrical Showroom - £177.50
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Nest Learning Thermostat 3rd generation, all 4 colours available at this price. Free shipping.
Purchased a twin pack aswell as a protect, arrived well packaged and promptly. Recommended
Me neither...
hot. not sure why cold. this is cheapest price available right now
o3mar8 h, 41 m ago

Just wait till next Black Friday


I dont think it will take that long
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trickytree19848 h, 29 m ago

Getting there. But it needs to be back to black Friday price


Just wait till next Black Friday
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Nest Protect, Smart Smoke + Carbon Monoxide Alarm (£99.95) £85.01 with code see op @ Toolstation
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Purchased using their £15 off 'JAN18PROMO' discount code (thanks to MayaForrester!): • Code is for purchases over £100 so you need to also add something else to your basket first (… Read more
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Offer is back on at £86.01 (£1 more than before) with new VALENTINES18 code. Same £100 spend requirement. Valid until 22 Feb.
I guess a lot has to do with the room size and the proximity of the alarm to the fire etc. At home the alarm is in the hall, if we burn any food in the adjoining kitchen, the alarm activates within a very shot time.
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Been after another for a while now, Cheers OP, HEAT!
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Google Nest copper. £179 @ John Lewis + 2 year warranty
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£179 with 2 year warranty. Cheapest I can find right now. THOSE WHO NEED A STAND: half price stand here: (£15) screwfix.com/p/nest-third-generation-thermostat-stand/8737k
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Have went for this instead and will return the Hive back to AO.com

This system looks well smart and I think this adapts more and learns than the Hive
dj_ely8 h, 32 m ago

Cold for me £150 plus a free stand worth £15 on Black Friday. Also not c …Cold for me £150 plus a free stand worth £15 on Black Friday. Also not cheapest currently on line £169.14 Herts Plumbing Supplies


It’s £176 with delivery and vat at Herts plumbing supplies... and without 2 years warranty....

Still it’s not the best, will keep an eye out
Cold for me £150 plus a free stand worth £15 on Black Friday. Also not cheapest currently on line £169.14 Herts Plumbing Supplies
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darklegend5 h, 10 m ago

Yes that would be wonderful if u don’t mind Do these come with any w …Yes that would be wonderful if u don’t mind Do these come with any warranty as standard? And if u install it yourself does it void it? It’s rather straight forward to install as I did some research. Also because my existing thermostat doesn’t have wires to the programmer I would be buying the stand so I can place it in a different location.


no idea Re warranty or void warranty.
I suspect a 12 months manufactures warranty ?
magicmagicj20 m ago

I look every day. can't find it any cheaper. when I do I will update … I look every day. can't find it any cheaper. when I do I will update here. 199 with the stand is 5 quid dearer and doesn't come with 2 years warranty. not that either of those things Really matter.



Yes that would be wonderful if u don’t mind

Do these come with any warranty as standard? And if u install it yourself does it void it? It’s rather straight forward to install as I did some research. Also because my existing thermostat doesn’t have wires to the programmer I would be buying the stand so I can place it in a different location.
Nest Protect + Google Home Mini for £99.95 when price matched @ John Lewis
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You can currently buy a Nest Protect on John Lewis for £109. There is an offer on which allows you to get a google home mini speaker for free with the code GOOGLEHOME (when spend… Read more
The code google home doesn’t work now. Was a good deal tho
cava8316th Jan

Expired I believe, saved me £199.98


Nope, not yet! Just bought another two. Thank you OP.
Expired I believe, saved me £199.98
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Mallow215th Dec

Can't decide whether the nest or hive is better


Nest
cigbunt3 h, 43 m ago

I don't think there's much to update... Nest is more clever / prettyHive …I don't think there's much to update... Nest is more clever / prettyHive gets the job done.. if you can get a cheap gen1 hive like toolstation were selling for £60 just get that.


That's what I've got in my current house. I like it. But house I'm renovating for myself I'm thinking of going for nest.
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Nest Protect Smoke + Carbon Monoxide Alarm + FREE Google Home Mini Speaker £109 /  Nest Cam Indoor Security Camera £159  + FREE Google Home Mini Speaker w/ 2 year guarantee + other models @ John Lewis
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This seems a pretty good deal if on the lookout for a nest product AND a Google Home, also a 2 year guarantee included :) Get deal link goes to all nest products Click link, cl… Read more
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DarrylJohn6 h, 17 m ago

Did you not get sick of clapping when customers came in to the store for a …Did you not get sick of clapping when customers came in to the store for a new product? I'd have left too. #Cringe


Ha, I wrote a very famous blog and had to leave lol
meathane8th Dec

i worked as a Genius for about 3 years in an Apple store, and have good …i worked as a Genius for about 3 years in an Apple store, and have good linux knowledge too, and after 3 hours of trying to get HomeBridge to work, I gave up. It sounds like they all have their flaws, typical


Did you not get sick of clapping when customers came in to the store for a new product? I'd have left too. #Cringe
Are you talking about true radiant? If so it doesn’t work, I have it set to 1hr but it still comes on at 1:30pm in an attempt to get the house warm for 6:30pm
meathane8th Dec

today, i left early, 2 hours early from work, my journey is 35 miles and …today, i left early, 2 hours early from work, my journey is 35 miles and takes about an hour. i opened the nest app 10 miles from home to turn my heating on, to find it is already set to Home, and already has the heating on. what a piece of sh*t.i also found that yesterday, wed, and tues, to get the house warm for 6:30, it turned the heating on at 1:30. 5 hours of heating, when nobody is home. what a piece of sh*t



If you're opening the nest app to turn it on anyway then why not just turn off the auto home/away feature? Also you can alter the maximum pre-heat time or turn it off completely. All very easy in the app.
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Free nest thermostat and installation when you change to first utility
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Now it’s even easier for you to manage your energy. When you switch to an eligible First Utility plan you can get the Nest Learning Thermostat™, plus installation, at no additional… Read more
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lindus2 h, 55 m ago

Mines only 5pound dearer a huuge flat with scottish power dual fix beat …Mines only 5pound dearer a huuge flat with scottish power dual fix beat cancer 2018


Er......what?
AgentDaleCooper2nd Dec 2017

Do you live in a box?

Mines only 5pound dearer a huuge flat with scottish power dual fix beat cancer 2018
hedgemeist2nd Dec

I've got a Hive, anyone had experience of both? Need to move utility …I've got a Hive, anyone had experience of both? Need to move utility supplier so may consider, obviously only if they good price!


Hive has a lot more accessories that are far cheaper and not available for nest. Practically the same u can do with both so stick with it. I wish I had installed Hive instead but oh well.
Been after a nest for a while was waiting for a cheap deal and first utility are the same price i'm paying now, I just gotta pay a £60 exit fee with e0n. But a nest for £60 I likey
welcomedistraction19 h, 24 m ago

Don't touch these sharks with a barge pole - First Utility has to be the …Don't touch these sharks with a barge pole - First Utility has to be the worst energy company going.


Agreed, I had them when I bought my current house (new build) and took over a year to get away from them and had to take them to the ombudsman to get the money back they overcharged me. Even when I left they tried to charge me again for the electric/gas I had already overpaid for!!!
Nest® Protect 2nd Generation Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm, Battery / Wired - £87.97 @ The Electrical Showroom
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Best deal I can find for a new Nest Protect Wired / Battery - CO2 and Smoke detector.
RBH1st Dec

I've managed to pick one up for £51.00 on ebay, booooom!


new?
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2nd gen?
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I've managed to pick one up for £51.00 on ebay, booooom!
Clever device - vastly overpriced. The Nest business model. Once all the early adopters have one the price will plumet.
These also act as a motion detector for the nest thermostat to tell it you are in the property if you are on another floor or in a room where you don't pass by the thermostat to tell it your home. Your phone can also do this via geo-fencing but it's a nice extra to have - as well as the carbon monoxide detection along with the smoke detection and it also "self tests" itself every month and sends an alert to your phone to tell you that all is good. Also if it senses smoke you receive a message to your phone - and also another when (if) it clears ;-)

Dave
herrbz1 h, 32 m ago

Can I ask why a smoke detector costs £100?


I can't answer this directly but when I was calculating the cost for wireless connected alarms (due to the boiler being in the garage and a lack of a wired interconnect) the cost difference between Nest and a comparable system was negligible (4 alarms).

The trouble is now if I want more, the ₤100 each is a little hard to swallow and you can't even properly test them without burning your house down!

However I spend more on other rubbish so why not on my safety?
Nest Cam Outdoor £139.99 - Amazon.co.uk
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Nest Cam outdoor, £139.99 on amazon. You may not like Nest but this is the best price I’ve ever seen this product.
£158.94 now
The cable is not a problem if you actually see the camera. Placed well enough you wont spot it, but ultimately unless you are storing it, its pointless...so if you have the $10\mnth free to pay to store it..fine, but otherwise its a lottery. They should have provided a few days free at least. Great camera and product etc. But there are some more cost effctive solutions out there
I'd go for the Ring Floodlight Security Camera you also get a 110db alarm, 2-way communications and 2 very good LED floodlights
Daves_mate33 m ago

exactly, i mean at the very least have the bloody cable coming out from …exactly, i mean at the very least have the bloody cable coming out from the top of the unit. smh


You can mount the camera upside down, and the Nest app allows you to permanently rotate image in any way you wish, so can be mounted however.
exactly, i mean at the very least have the bloody cable coming out from the top of the unit. smh
Nest Thermostat 3rd Generation @ Maplin for £149.99 (£10 voucher + 5.5% TCB)
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Maplin have now price matched to £149. IF anyone not interested for Stand (as screwfix deal have free stand included), then probably they can go for this deal, where you can get £1… Read more
Got this for £135 with NUS discount. Cheers.
HUX14 h, 0 m ago

these are on bay for £100, would they work in the uk



Not sure about this but looking at unboxing videos the USA version does not appear to contain the Heat Link which is necessary to control the existing system.

Presumably in the USA they have different heating standards and over there the controls are all in the round Nest thing itself?
HUX13 h, 23 m ago

these are on bay for £100, would they work in the uk


I don't see any reason why not as all of the devices this days can work from 110V up to 240V,
teddybeers6 h, 52 m ago

Already on the market, but for now only US. It's Called "Nest Thermostat …Already on the market, but for now only US. It's Called "Nest Thermostat E".Apparently functionality is exactly the same but screen and build is a little downgrade.Biggest difference is the pricedrop 3rd $269 vs E $169https://nest.com/thermostats/nest-thermostat-e/overview/Comparision http://www.pocket-lint.com/news/142281-nest-thermostat-e-vs-nest-thermostat-3-0-what-s-the-difference



these are on bay for £100, would they work in the uk
Good deal, I got the Screwfix one with stand. Also realised waiting a year for it to drop another £30 would cost me at least double that in wasted gas! Buy now start saving.
Nest Cam Indoor security camera from Amazon for £124.99
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Chepeast I've seen in a while, they're normally £139.99.
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stainless7711 h, 39 m ago

Do you need to pay subscription for this?


Only if you want to store the recording on the cloud.
Do you need to pay subscription for this?
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Nest Thermostat - copper, black and silver down to £149.99 at Amazon
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Perhaps to partially match the screwfix price, Amazon have further reduced the Nest thermostat to £149. This applies to all colours except white. The Screwfix deal is the same p… Read more
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Does anyone know if the Nest is OK in a busy household, there are always a few people at home? Just wondering if that affects anything
olbasoil23 h, 57 m ago

I understand that the colour is the outer ring and this can be white, …I understand that the colour is the outer ring and this can be white, black,copper or steel, but I have also seen pictures screens of white, black, blue and orange. Is that a configurations setting?and to help me make up my mind, which do you think looks best?



Nest also make a unit for the US market which is not compatible here, but has cooling features. When the nest is heating its Orange, when its doing nothing its Black, Blue would be cooling, not sure on white, but there is a budget nest thermostat coming out which has a white background.

I have purchased the copper from Screwfix,

(just because it was more unique) Black doesn't make the ring obvious, white matches your walls, and silver your door handles, but is more common. The stands and wall plates are white though. So white would match that better. Copper would match any copper pipes, but i'm not placing it anywhere near my radiator.
trebor1275 h, 28 m ago

I have the same boiler (29cdi) with a salus wireless controller currently …I have the same boiler (29cdi) with a salus wireless controller currently fitted.Have you any instructions how to swap this for a nest?


I just googled it & one of the first posts up was a youtube video from Worcester Bosch explaining how to fit a third party controller, another post was a forum giving someone written instructions. It's just swapping a few wires around in the pull down panel (the one inside after you've pulled off the casing).
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Here's the forum post:

diynot.com/diy…52/

Here's the YouTube video:





Between the two of them it should be pretty straightforward.
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I managed to get 5 quid back from amazon chat
Nest Learning Thermostat, 3rd Generation, Copper @ John Lewis - £169
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After posting the Stainless Steel Amazon deal £154.99 , I saw that some of you are hunting for the Nest in Copper and John Lewis now have this down to £169.00.
Does anyone know if the Nest is OK in a busy household, there are always a few people at home? Just wondering if that affects anything
benish711 m ago

Your existing wireless thermostat will have a unit somewhere (probably …Your existing wireless thermostat will have a unit somewhere (probably near the boiler), just swap it for the hub


I'll have a hunt around, not spotted anything like that before
benish71 h, 11 m ago

You upgraded a Nest for a bigger screen?!


Not exactly. It came up on amazon for £109 for a couple of hours so I grabbed one and flogged the old one on Gumtree. So it ended up up as a free upgrade!
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dwl995 h, 55 m ago

I got this from amazon a few weeks ago & it looks really good. It was an …I got this from amazon a few weeks ago & it looks really good. It was an upgrade from my Nest 2 and has a bigger screen & the display turns on whenever you are a few feet away. Well pleased with it.


You upgraded a Nest for a bigger screen?!
bloooo4 h, 13 m ago

Does anyone know of a Nest/Hive type thermostat which is battery powered? …Does anyone know of a Nest/Hive type thermostat which is battery powered? My existing thermostat is, so the Hive I recently bought can't be installed without an electrician running power to it (or so I'm led to believe...)


Your existing wireless thermostat will have a unit somewhere (probably near the boiler), just swap it for the hub
Nest Cam Outdoor security camera £149 @ Amazon
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24/7 live video. 130° Wide-angle view lets you look after your home in 1080p HD, day and night. Receive a phone alert or email when nest cam detects activity. Weatherproof, cable… Read more
Personally I'm a fan of my nest cam. Yes it's expensive for what it is but the setup and app alone are way better than the cheap Chinese versions available. I had a SD card IP cam. Main problem for me with it was retrieving the recordings via the app. Yes I could take the card out but didn't fancy getting the ladders out every time I wanted to save a clip.

Sub is £80 a year for the first cam the £40 for each of the next.
Why is this cold? Does anyone have a better price
I know I'm in the minority but I think these are great. I have two nest cams and they're really good cameras. Yes you have to pay a sub for some features but they're really easy to use, the quality is great and I can stalk the kids and wife while I'm at work and even talk to them through the camera.

Record to an SD card if you want but when someone breaks in and nicks the card you're buggered. Mine never drop out (except when the internet itself does itself obviously) and yeah they use loads of data but it's all upload anyway so not usually an issue with most providers.
£150 to visualise your surfing habits as well as your browser history.
ALBO4EVER2 m ago

Yeah terrible. It kept going offline everyday. Also it uses about 400gb …Yeah terrible. It kept going offline everyday. Also it uses about 400gb internet a month . I recommend the ones that record to micro sd card.


I have a Netatmo Security camera/light. It’s not 100%. Well enough built, doesn’t scream camera. RRP is £200 but I picked one up in John Lewis for £100, glad I didn’t pay more. It does SD card recording.
Nest thermostat with professional installation £219 @ nest store
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I’m not sure about the deal but this is the best deal at the moment with installation with all the color available at the time of posting from direct nest store as part of Black Fr… Read more
My installer called yesterday and said he could not install as the wiring loom connecting my boiler & tank as it did not have the grub screws necessary to wire in the nest. Company (Nest Approved installer) has since rang me & asked for an extra £140 to change the existing plastic back plate to one with grub screws on it. What should I do? Any advice? The system boiler/tank was only installed in September 2017.
FYI all, mine arrived a few days ago and it was installed today (works perfectly!). The packaging was a top and bottom box that lifts up (not like the older slide method box). However there were no power cables in the box, the tech who installed it said it should contain the cables and to contact nest. Having spoken to Nest, they state that the newer ones are not supplied with the cables; however they’ll send them express delivery as a good will gesture.
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I have a question if anyone has two wall wired thermostats, one controls downstairs and the other for upstairs. I have only one programmer located in the kitchen next to the boiler. Am I able to install the Nest heat sink and thermostat downstairs. Then buy a second thermostat and wire it to the upstairs thermostat?

I tried to speak to American customer services and they said no, only one thermostat per sink heat. But I only have the one next to the boiler.

Thanks
I bought from screwfix deal. Fed up with not getting quotes from tradesmen. I guess they are too busy. I took the plunge and installed it myself yesterday, works well.

The question is, where should I put the display unit? If I put it in the bedroom, the rest of the flat will be cold, since the bedroom is small and heats easily. But when I go to bed, I want bedroom to be 23 C, rest of the flat can be cold, I don't care. I guess my dummy wireless thermostat was easier to set, I would just have it with me all the time.
I had mine installed a couple of weeks ago and the lead time with the installer was about a month... bear in mind we’re now well into winter I can only imagine that supply and demand will push dates and prices forward. Mine was £70 and I’m in the South East.
Nest Thermostat, 3rd Generation £149.99 @ Amazon
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Stainless Steel, Copper & Black. 23/11/17 - UPDATE Price Dropped Overnight from £154.99 to £149.99 (Now Including The Majority of Colours!)
robocop99922nd Nov

I've read loads of reviews for nest and hive and both are similar. The …I've read loads of reviews for nest and hive and both are similar. The only thing nest seems to have Over hive is the intelligent learning. Other than that, nest is wired so you have to have a cable to a power socket. Can anyone else shed any better light. I have ordered Nest, but I get the feeling that Hive is better due to being totally wireless.


Yes and the hive you have to connect control box to your router.wheras nest connects honour internet wirelessly
Daytrader22nd Nov

As good as Hive ?


Better than hive!
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teekaytk7 m ago

For multiroom try room by room control via smart radiator valves




The problem is, if the room that has the nest unit is warm, nest will stop heating, but other rooms may be cold.
cloud122nd Nov

I've had nest a couple of years and it is good. It doesn't support multi …I've had nest a couple of years and it is good. It doesn't support multi room though...


For multiroom try room by room control via smart radiator valves
Drayton Wiser Multizone Kit, Alexa Compatible £154.49 @ Amazon (Lightning deal)
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Looking for some advise/opinion on this smart home thermostat set. Looks a good price for an entry into all this smart heating. You can multi zone your house with the smart thermo… Read more
texaspetey22nd Nov

Can’t understand why this has got so many cold votes, yet this best one is …Can’t understand why this has got so many cold votes, yet this best one is burning up https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/nest-thermostat-3rd-generation-15499-amazon-2834641



Because Nest have spent a shedload on marketing, I would guess.
furiousjammin20 h, 17 m ago

We are a couple in a 3 bed semi. Both work all day so we only need living …We are a couple in a 3 bed semi. Both work all day so we only need living room and 1 bedroom heated nicely. But don't want to turn the rads off in the other rooms due to possibility of damp. The zoning thermostats are perfect for this. Just such a large outlay and after getting married 5 weeks ago, remote TRV's can wait. Lol.


I can’t decide if this will be worth it for a three bed semi? You’d heat the bottom floor and the heat rises to the top floor?
texaspetey2 h, 24 m ago

Can’t understand why this has got so many cold votes, yet this best one is …Can’t understand why this has got so many cold votes, yet this best one is burning up https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/nest-thermostat-3rd-generation-15499-amazon-2834641


I think it's because people don't understand the difference between a single zone and multizone.
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texaspetey15 h, 21 m ago

Did the quota get reached as I thought it had time left? Only at 11% when …Did the quota get reached as I thought it had time left? Only at 11% when I last looked, or did amazon pull it?



Anyone know the answer to this or if it's due to come back on offer as it looks a great bit of kit and a very good offer?
Free Nest Third Gen Thermostat Stand (priced £29.99) when buying with Nest Thermostat £199.99 @ Screwfix
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Screwfix is offering Free Nest 3rd Gen Thermostat stand when bought with Nest Thermostat. Costs £189.99 (£10 discount) if more than one Nest Thermostat is bought I had a new Screw… Read more
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aravind_svu20th Nov

True I was hesitant to post this, but in the true spirit of HUKD I posted …True I was hesitant to post this, but in the true spirit of HUKD I posted it anyway. I was half sure this won't go hot.Some times when cold deals are good for some circumstances. For those who need the stand as essential (e.g. need to move the thermostat to keep the bedroom at constant temperature while sleeping) this deal is good as the stand comes for free.In my case I bought two thermostats as I had two zones. With 10% discount the thermostat + stand worked out for me at £171 so rad a great deal for me. Unfortunately the 10% discount was local so the value proposition here for others is only the free stand, which had I not had 10% discount I wouldn't have gone for it anyway as the stand want really essential for my case.



thankyou for posting this deal, even though I will not be taking advantage of it, it will give me a point of reference for future.
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KillerNads3 h, 51 m ago

Amazon have reduced price to £155. Still seems on the high side tbh. …Amazon have reduced price to £155. Still seems on the high side tbh. Installation would still be £80 on top of this!!How do you go about installing this if you don’t currently have a thermostat? My boiler is in kitchen and doesn’t have any cables etc going to any external device!! I want my Nest to be wall mounted in the passageway which is not exactly the same place as the kitchen! Is that even possible??

Yes, that's the point of this thermostat. I don't know about you boiler so can't comment but nest support team can help you whether your boiler is compatible. If it is compatible, you would intall the Heatlink close to your boiler ( as you need to run mains cables from boiler to the Heatlink) and then place the pretty looking thermostat anywhere you like. The thermostat needs power and it connects to Heatlink wirelessly.
Amazon have reduced price to £155. Still seems on the high side tbh. Installation would still be £80 on top of this!!

How do you go about installing this if you don’t currently have a thermostat? My boiler is in kitchen and doesn’t have any cables etc going to any external device!! I want my Nest to be wall mounted in the passageway which is not exactly the same place as the kitchen! Is that even possible??
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twisterteddy13 h, 8 m ago

Sounds good. What's the deal about the stand, is there more to that than …Sounds good. What's the deal about the stand, is there more to that than just a fancy moulded plastic ?


The thermostat doesn't work unless it is connected to the wallplate or the stand. So if you plan to move it (so that you can control the temperature to be a steady value in the room you are in) you would need the stand. Having said that, it is just a fancy moulded plastic and I never had to move it for the 1 year I have had this in a previous house.

The stand is just convenient to those who tend to have their thermostate in the hallway but bedrooms cold. Its easy to replace the exsiting thermostat where it is (if it's wired), and then have the stand to get the freedom to move.
benfisher19911 h, 7 m ago

I've had one for 2 weeks. When there's a black Friday deal I'll be …I've had one for 2 weeks. When there's a black Friday deal I'll be returning it with my original receipt to screwfix.Was a pain to install, probably won't save lots of money but I like having full control and seeing nice little graphs.


Sounds good. What's the deal about the stand, is there more to that than just a fancy moulded plastic ?
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My favs but i do miss all the cremes they removed years ago..
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