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Cast Iron Effect guttering on clearance 10p for 4m C+C at Wickes  very limited stock
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Have been looking for some cast iron effect guttering for a while. Just noticed Wickes are having a clearance on their as they are discontinuing it. Massive reductions. I got some … Read more
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Need to take 2 of the outlets back as they are all smashed up, didn't really look closely when I collected them.
Jimdabod1 h, 58 m ago

I ordered 10 and got 0 ordered several angles and off sets and also got …I ordered 10 and got 0 ordered several angles and off sets and also got non...16 items all 16 suddenly had no stock!


Ouch! I got 6 guttering and 3 running outlets. No downpipes local to me which is a shame.
AbandonedTrolley1 h, 36 m ago

Got a call to say that they only had 6 not 7 so they refunded me 10p …Got a call to say that they only had 6 not 7 so they refunded me 10p Collecting after work.


I ordered 10 and got 0 ordered several angles and off sets and also got non...16 items all 16 suddenly had no stock!
Jimdabod45 m ago

Be prepared to get a phone call cancelling.


Got a call to say that they only had 6 not 7 so they refunded me 10p
Collecting after work.
Jimdabod37 m ago

Be prepared to get a phone call cancelling.


I had this problem saying they sent the items back to the manufacturer. But probably their staff put to one side to purchase them selves.
Drayton MiTime MT711R1A09SX Single Channel Timer Switch with LI-ION Backup £29.99 - Screwfix
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Was £ 65.19 * Edit: Looks like this is just for Electricfix/Plumbfix customers * 3-wire installation. Override facility. Holiday mode. Double insulated. Automatic BST/GMT time cha… Read more
There are lots of these on Ebay at similar prices ( including dual channel for those with a hot water cylinder ).
Showing 65.19, COLD from me sadly.
This price is for plumbfix and Electricfix customers only by the looks of it.
Same here🙄😫
Showing 65.19 for me....
Stanley Hacksaw and padsaw set £5 @ B&Q Free click and collect instore.
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PLEASE READ THREAD BEFORE COMMENTING ABOUT LOCAL STOCK, THANKS! Product Information With 24 TPI (teeth per inch), these 300mm long, hacksaws from Stanley are specifically design… Read more
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Thanks op. Just went into b&q Erdington. It was priced as reduced to £15 . But scanned at a fiver .
The lady was shocked at the price lol.
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LukeMagee-e7aa5.345618 m ago

Buy click and collect. If they don't have it in stock they get them …Buy click and collect. If they don't have it in stock they get them curriered from screw fix. That's what they did to mine.



screwfix.com/p/s…95r double the price there too, result
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Buy click and collect. If they don't have it in stock they get them curriered from screw fix. That's what they did to mine.
Clicked but not collected on my way though thanks op
Thanks Mick, Ordered for pickup on Sunday so must be delivered to there...
Available to collect from 1:00 pm on Sunday 28th January 2018 at B&Q.
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Boiler, Heating, Plumbing + Electrics £8 a month (£50 excess) for the first year @ Homeserve
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Boiler, Heating, Plumbing + Electrics £8 a month (£50 excess) for the first year. Deal ends 19th December 2017
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£35 quidco 😊
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stormywhether10 m ago

What's the alternative? Or are some people just having a billy downer in …What's the alternative? Or are some people just having a billy downer in general?


Decent local company and keep your fingers crossed? Seriously, these policies are like extended warranties at Curry's, etc. - the insurance company has to make a profit so, over time, you're far better off funding repairs yourself and saving their profit. Yes, you could get a big bill (though think what's the worst it could be) but unless you're VERY unlikely you'll be quids in on average.
Have been using homeserve for 4 years now. Never had a problem always came out next day fixed the issue even tho they were only minor fixes. No excess tho on the £1 pm deal. Only plumbing covered on mine
What's the alternative? Or are some people just having a billy downer in general?
Good offer as usual for 1st year. Best option is to switch between Homeserve and BG from year to year. That way you bag the introductory discounts as a new customer and grab additional cash back from tcb or Quidco. Been doing this for a while and rarely pay much more than £100 for a full years cover including boiler,central heating,plumbing and electrics. I find the quality of service.similar for both and,on the whole, pretty good.
Homeserve - Plumbing and Drainage Plus from 50p pm
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For only 50p a month, with zero excess you cant go wrong to cover yourself in the event of an emergency. Calling somebody out for a blockage can easily cost around £90 on its own.… Read more
Does anyone who whether you can take out the introductory offer again (if you have had it previously). Either in your own name, or in the name of someone else in the household ?
happymanuk20 h, 25 m ago

Unfortunately not. I think you maybe OK if it is taken out in the name of …Unfortunately not. I think you maybe OK if it is taken out in the name of someone else in the household (who hasn't had it before), but I'm not 100% sure.


Thank you.
frowner2 h, 21 m ago

Did you find the answer to this please?


Unfortunately not. I think you maybe OK if it is taken out in the name of someone else in the household (who hasn't had it before), but I'm not 100% sure.
happymanuk22nd Nov

Does anyone know if you can take up this deal if you have had it in the …Does anyone know if you can take up this deal if you have had it in the past ?

Did you find the answer to this please?
Does anyone know if you can take up this deal if you have had it in the past ?
Home serve Plumbing & Drainage Plus with £0.00 excess for £0.50/month
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Cover for your plumbing and drains You rely on your plumbing and drains every day, but being prepared for unexpected problems is easier than you might think. Plumbing & Drainag… Read more
Does anyone who whether you can take out the introductory offer again (if you have had it previously). Either in your own name, or in the name of someone else in the household ?
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Well worth it and great service! Wouldn't hesitate to recommend them for a second!
They even replaced by kitchen tap with a shiny new Bristan brand - worth easily £60!
Catman995 h, 18 m ago

The PRV is normally copper. The plastic pipe is normally the condensing …The PRV is normally copper. The plastic pipe is normally the condensing pipe that takes away the acid these new boilers produce.And your PRV is or has been leaking by the stain on the wall. Even a drip will mean that you need to refill every day or so.The PRV is designed to stop you overfilling the boiler. People turn on the refill and forget to turn it off or turn it the wrong way. Once a PRV has activated it often doesn't close properly again. You need a boiler plumber to have a look, sometimes it's simple tightening it up but oftentimes they replace the whole PRV



Thanks man. I did mention the loss of pressure when it got its checkup but that was once every couple of months. Have been waiting to see witness marks for the leak just to know where it was, for a cleaner repair. Was looking for those marks on the inside of the house!
Meathotukdeals1 h, 38 m ago

Metal one looks suspicious. Pity there is so much rain atm to cover this …Metal one looks suspicious. Pity there is so much rain atm to cover this up. The plastic pipe goes under the side path and into the ground so can't see if that could be doing the same. Good call though and phew - hope it is this rater than big upheaval taking up carpets etc to get to awkward spots. Water isn't supposed to come out of the metal pipe under normal conditions?[Image]


The PRV is normally copper. The plastic pipe is normally the condensing pipe that takes away the acid these new boilers produce.

And your PRV is or has been leaking by the stain on the wall. Even a drip will mean that you need to refill every day or so.

The PRV is designed to stop you overfilling the boiler. People turn on the refill and forget to turn it off or turn it the wrong way. Once a PRV has activated it often doesn't close properly again. You need a boiler plumber to have a look, sometimes it's simple tightening it up but oftentimes they replace the whole PRV
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COPPER STOP ENDS 22MM 10 PACK FOR £3.49 CLICK AND COLLECT @ SCREWFIX
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I was about to buy a pack of 2 for £4.99 from screwfix then saw 10 for £3.49! Thought it was a mistake but no...it is real and cheap as chips... In store and online. Enjoy.
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Why do Americans always say "sorder" instead of "solder". It really grinds my gears!!
Coffee10020th Sep

What du use these for



Keeping policemen alive.
Have done a bit of pipe work over the and can not remember using a 15mm end stop neither well 22mm.
once had a gas fire removed, and aksed for a gas plumber to seal the gas pipe under the floorboards.
he did it with a compression fitting, i thought it a bit odd but paid anyway.
anyway did a bit of research and found this was illegal so called his company and they sent someone round the next day to do a proper job with one of these, or the gas equivalent
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elbs2 h, 5 m ago

why/how would you have a pipe ending in a blind-end in a heating/plumbing …why/how would you have a pipe ending in a blind-end in a heating/plumbing system? just curious..


alterations?
Homeserve Plumbing & Drainage Plus 75p a month £9 Total a year
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Received a letter offering Plumbing & Drainage Plus for 75p a month for 12 months £9 total no excess. Looking at the url doesn't look like its specific to my address so other … Read more
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Got the "here is your new policy" email...click to view documents...enter my postcode... "The postcode that you have entered is invalid, please try again."
Err, no, your website is invalid.
Does anyone have an offer code on any promo letters pls? Just spoke with them and said i need a code to give them
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Untrustworthy company as soon as your boiler or something else that is expensive fails beyond their liking they blame you and won't repair it. I had my boiler under contract for years with this cowboy firm and the pump failed they claimed I failed to maintain the heating system yet for over 8 years I paid a lot of money for them to look after it. Untrustworthy company
Anyone used the insurance yet to claim??
Can I get it as a Private Tenant or do you need to be home owners?
Flomasta Curved chrome towel radiator 90x45cm 767BTU, £27.99 Screwfix click & collect Only
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Good amount of stock available for collection from stores only. Not available for delivery.
£27.99 bet it rusts up like crazy. I looked at fitting one looks like it can be a lot of work if you need pipework moving which I think you will. Drain the system, redo pipe work, refill system with inhibitor for the £27.99 radiator..

I personally wouldnt fit this myself imagine the cost if you screw up will be a lot more than £27.99.
Picked mine up this morning. Great find. Thanks!
Thanks for this! Just ordered one
damadgeruk

It's not electric, the plug mentioned is not a 13 amp. Had to link … It's not electric, the plug mentioned is not a 13 amp. Had to link this... https://youtu.be/OCbvCRkl_4U



Sorry. My bad. Have an identical style electrical one. Once it mentioned plug assumed it was electric.
rd3d2

Does anyone know if this is an easy DIY switch-out from an existing … Does anyone know if this is an easy DIY switch-out from an existing standard fixing radiator?



​Get on you tube mate.. That's how we all do it
Frozen condensate bypass kit £5.99 C+C at Plumb Centre
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Bit of a specialist item this so I don't expect heat but it will help someone who has been in this situation or fallen foul of a callout charge from a boiler engineer. I wish I had… Read more
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Baz8755

Still waiting for mine to be transferred from another store



​ they didn't tell me mine was in store and I forgot about it until today, phoned and it was waiting for me. picked it up earlier.
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Still waiting for mine to be transferred from another store
I cant tell from the photo, does it have Elsa, Anna or Olaf on it????

Anything Frozen always get a big heat vote.

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So many opinions. here we go again.
basil1234

if you have an issue with that length of pipe should just get it lagged … if you have an issue with that length of pipe should just get it lagged as that solves period and once done forget about it.



​well 20ft exceeds the 3m recommended external run for a condense pipe and will be more prone to problems.
JG Speedfit Fittings eg 22mm equal T £2.11 @ CPC - HALF PRICE - others available
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JG Speedfit fittings at a good price and free delivery. Click on Bargain Basement, then Tools and Maintenance. eg 22mm Equal Tee - £2.11 (£3.99 in Screwfix) 22mm Streight Coupler -… Read more
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Superseal inserts every time for me. Not a single leak. Had leaks the only time I tried without.
zerocrop

£2.19 at Toolstation. I mention it because there is a delivery charge at … £2.19 at Toolstation. I mention it because there is a delivery charge at CPC for orders under £5. Also, don't forget that the plastic piping requires strengtheners to be fitted.



You only need 'strengtheners' for using plastic pipes with compression fittings, not these.

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Use these if using plastic pipe with compression fittings.



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Use these if using plastic pipe with push-fit fittings. This is optional but adds an extra seal between the plastic pipe and fitting (I only use them if there are marks and scratches on outer part of the pipe).

Edited by: "arotabi" 15th Sep 2016
zerocrop

... there is a delivery charge at CPC for orders under £5..



for orders under £6 inc VAT
£2.19 at Toolstation. I mention it because there is a delivery charge at CPC for orders under £5. Also, don't forget that the plastic piping requires strengtheners to be fitted.
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Heated Towel Rail Radiators from £18.98 Del @ Brooklyn Trading (ie curved white size 730 X 450MM)
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Brooklyn Trading have reduced their Heated Towel Rail Radiators again & it looks like they've reduced their delivery by £1 to £3.99 as well, making them now from £18.98 Del. Th… Read more
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ukmonkey

Any one know if I would need to change the valves on these as the … Any one know if I would need to change the valves on these as the connections seem to go up at the bottom and not at the sides like my existing ones ?


from what you say [!] you will need to change valves
Some of the pictures don't seem to match the radiator dimensions so not sure what's up for grabs...
Is this a special "flash" sale or are these prices always available? some of the prices seems very, very good.
Any one know if I would need to change the valves on these as the connections seem to go up at the bottom and not at the sides like my existing ones ?
CarlGordon

Hi, my current radiator measures 700mm Wide, but my pipes below measure … Hi, my current radiator measures 700mm Wide, but my pipes below measure 770mm Wide, am i right in ordering a 770(H) x 750(W)? Any help would be appreciated!



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Homeserve Plumbing & Drainage Plus for £1 pm!
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Homeserve's plumbing and drainage plus Sounds like a good offer to cover plumbing risks for £1/pm for the first year, despite the waiting times and limitations on their covers. … Read more
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mxer450

Had my kitchen floor ripped up buy these, chasing a leak, remember they … Had my kitchen floor ripped up buy these, chasing a leak, remember they don't replace/put anything back...Rip floor up, fix leak, leave...



Agree, I 'd only trust them for minor jobs that I know my local plumber will simply not consider worth.
Had my kitchen floor ripped up buy these, chasing a leak, remember they don't replace/put anything back...

Rip floor up, fix leak, leave...
They came out to repair my boiler pronto when it died completely, ended up replacing bits that didn't need replacing which was better for me. But once they got it started again it would run for 2 minutes and go off. They now termed this an "intermittent fault" which they do not cover!

You really do get what you pay for.
Additional - when you sign up you can instruct them to remove "auto-renew" from your account.
Worth having just for one callout. But be warned they are very unreliable. I had THREE no-shows by the plumber before he came to sort out the problem. Very annoying waiting in all day.
Pvc plastic pipe cutter £7.99 @ Aldi
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Plastic pipe cutter for waste pipe up to 1 1/2" pipe, can be used on speedfit etc too. Very similar design to the rothenberger equivalent which usually retails at £40+, so a real … Read more

Perfect, have just ordered as I am doing a fair bit of plumbing on our extension/renovation and have been using a hacksaw until now as the branded ones are so damn expensive. For £8 though I'll give this a try.

Would recommend using a copper pipe cutter instead, gives it a much … Would recommend using a copper pipe cutter instead, gives it a much better finish.



I have 2 different 15mm copper pipe cutters (the circular spin around type) and all they do is make a nice groove in the plastic pipe without actually cutting through it.
Thanks OP picked one up earlier and have to say it works a treat. Lovely clean cut without distortion.
Can get cheaper on ebay that are good, £3.79 inc delivery.
Would recommend using a copper pipe cutter instead, gives it a much better finish.
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More of a 24" stilson man but yeah i'll take a punt lol



Couldn't tell you where my 24"s are, Burried in the back of the van somewhere no doubt. oO
Ariston Europrisma 2kW 10Litre Usink Water Heater £64.99  @  screwfix
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Ariston Europrisma 2kW 10Litre Usink Water Heater, Undersink. Suitable for domestic and commercial use. Reduced to £64.99. 3 Year Tank Guarantee 1 Year Electronic Guarant… Read more
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TheHoss

Vaguely remember the TV ad. Good times



Well we're at an age where everything from that time will be vague/soon forgotten completely!
Just bought this to fit at work.

If the pressure is above 3.5 bar you have to install countermeasures to reduce the pressure (expansion vessel etc).

Would one of these not work?

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It's inline and looks a lot less messing about.

Any thoughts amateur plumbers?


Gollywood

Ariston...& on...& on...& on.....



Vaguely remember the TV ad. Good times
OOS everywhere as far as I can see
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Engineer Inc. pz-58 'screw removal' pliers, just £12 (Travis Perkins)
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These usually sell for £17+ (I've never seen them the price this low in a UK merchant) This is a Travis Perkins IN-STORE deal but I've just go back from our local Travis Perkins b… Read more
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Just bagged me a pair of these earlier this morning at Travis Perkin's Walthamstow branch (they've a few left still). Thanks OP...these really are excellent ...very useful to have in my toolbox :-).
Had a pair for years and they really do work. Wouldn't like to do without them now.
I'd be interested to know how good these are, I'm constantly coming across mixed metal installations.
sick of drilling and retapping.
I've never had a problem just grabbing them with a mole wrench but interesting product none the less.
These are available from Amazon for £13.90 inc. delivery for folk that can't get to a Travis Perkins store.

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Single Lever Kitchen Tap £15 B&Q
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Basic Kitchen Tap from B&Q down in price This chrome effect lever tap from the Sarantis range brings a stylish finishing touch to your kitchen. It's controlled by a single le… Read more
If you have a tank not necessarily. If you lived in one of those grand designs towers you could have high pressure.
Good price, cheap tap, also they often dont take well to pressure variation between H & C if your selling and need to replace a horrid tap then ok, but wont be brassware and not chrome finish, just effect. I wouldnt be fitting it at home or for any customer i wanted repeat business from.
but it's 15 pounds. so a good budget tap
My experience with BQ taps is they have poor quality chrome plating. Cold for me.
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We have one of these, and it's pretty good, however it can be quite noisy due to the size of the tiny little pipes feeding it!
Netatmo Spartphone Wireless Thermostat - £116.53 Amazon.fr inc shipping
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Bought this on Wednesday night and it arrived today (Saturday). Same product that sells on Amazon UK for £143.41, comes with both euro and UK plugs if you need and instructions are… Read more
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jeremy_inc

Hey, I haven't noticed that because I didn't have a thermostat previously … Hey, I haven't noticed that because I didn't have a thermostat previously and haven't bothered to check the reading with another temperature device... I just set it to what I feel is comfortable which for me is around 22 or 22.5. It probably also matters at what height I have the thermostat at too, I have it about 6ft off the ground on a shelf.What you can do though, is on the netatmo control panel site (my.netatmo.com/app/therm) go into Settings > Advanced Settings and there is an option "Force a temperature offset" where you can offset it by a couple degrees so it matches with your other ones.


I was more worried that it said 19C was the correct internal temperature and we were finding it too cold. I don't suppose it matters what the actual temperature is as long as we are comfortable does it. I'm not sure my other thermostats are reliable anyway one of them being a cheap set of electric kitchen scales! Although I did notice in a friends house that they had a thermostat sticker on the wall that said 19C and it felt much warmer than my house...
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Hey, I haven't noticed that because I didn't have a thermostat previously and haven't bothered to check the reading with another temperature device... I just set it to what I feel is comfortable which for me is around 22 or 22.5. It probably also matters at what height I have the thermostat at too, I have it about 6ft off the ground on a shelf.

What you can do though, is on the netatmo control panel site (my.netatmo.com/app/therm) go into Settings > Advanced Settings and there is an option "Force a temperature offset" where you can offset it by a couple degrees so it matches with your other ones.
jeremy_inc

I considered programmable TRV's too but the price was going to be high … I considered programmable TRV's too but the price was going to be high for one that is centrally controlled (I didn't want to have to fiddle with each one all the time), and we mainly only use living room + hallway, and then bedroom later at night and first thing in morning.. One benefit for me to programmable TRV would be say not heating the bedroom till towards the end of the night and not heating the living room in the morning/day. I have one normal TRV and have issues with it keeping the temperature stable, but I'm kinda picky about it.Overall I took the simple option and I've been very happy with it.Also not sure if it will apply to you but got free loft insulation via those government schemes and it has helped a lot.


Hi again, I have had the netatmo for a few weeks now and I'm pretty happy. The only thing is it seems to be out on the temperature. Other thermostats I have in the house are reading 1.5 degrees lower. Have you noticed this? Out of interest what do you set your comfort level temperature at?
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I considered programmable TRV's too but the price was going to be high for one that is centrally controlled (I didn't want to have to fiddle with each one all the time), and we mainly only use living room + hallway, and then bedroom later at night and first thing in morning.. One benefit for me to programmable TRV would be say not heating the bedroom till towards the end of the night and not heating the living room in the morning/day. I have one normal TRV and have issues with it keeping the temperature stable, but I'm kinda picky about it.

Overall I took the simple option and I've been very happy with it.

Also not sure if it will apply to you but got free loft insulation via those government schemes and it has helped a lot.
jeremy_inc

It depends on your situation but for me I definitely save money because I … It depends on your situation but for me I definitely save money because I didn't already have a thermostat at all, I was controlling temp via the boiler control and the valves. Do you already have a thermostat? If so your benefits will be:- Not heating the house when you aren't home- Controlling temp via app/computer- Setting day by day temperature controls easily- It learns how long it takes to heat the house so it comes on at exactly the time it takes to heat to your desired temperature. It also factors outside weather conditions into this.- The temperature is incredibly constant due to the above, if the temperature is dropping fast it will put the heat on a little bit to "cushion" the temp fall. I mean that it doesn't necessarily have to wait till the temp is below your setting to know that it will drop below it. In the same vein it will stop the heating before reaching your desired temp as it knows the room will keep heating for a little while after it turns off.- You can move the thermostat to any room you like.It takes a few weeks for it to learn your house heating profile. I think it's great and if you can get £30 off it then I would definitely go for it, a winter of comfort for £80? Bargain. How much money you will save depends on your settings and how often you find you aren't at home.


Thanks for your reply, unfortunately the price has gone up on amazon.fr but its £139.99 at amazon.co.uk. I do already have a wireless thermostat but its very tempermental and it only has a degree either side for on and off and can get too cold. I'm just weighing up between this and some programmable TRVs as I work at home so the heating will be on most of the time anyway.
Milano Aruba Vertical Radiator - £48.63 Delivered Amazon sold by Trueshopping Ltd.
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A matter of taste but these can be useful if you have an awkward room layout. In fact, at this price, I might have to buy a couple myself :-)
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cheaper than yesterdays rad, exatly what OP said. we are re-designing kithcen and only have 400mm to play with, this will fit nicely in there and keep the wife happy when shes making my breakfast on the cold winter mornings!
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Zoomster

Have a look at them on Ebay. Sometimes the stuff they sell on their … Have a look at them on Ebay. Sometimes the stuff they sell on their website and through Amazon comes with free delivery via Ebay, which would make this cheaper.



Ah man! You beat me, quick, post that as a deal!
Have a look at them on Ebay. Sometimes the stuff they sell on their website and through Amazon comes with free delivery via Ebay, which would make this cheaper.
I paid 4 times that for a grey one recently. Great price for that heat output. Defo hot!
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