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Tado radiator valves 4 pack £158.20 @ Amazon
Found 15th OctFound 15th Oct
TADO - usually 59 each Have to wait a while but good value if you need 4. works out at 40 each
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Best thing to do is read this: https://www.tado.com/t/en/updated-why-we-created-new-v3plus-products/ Essentially they've changed their business model with the new v3+ products. If you buy any product with a v3+ bridge you'll get their new app, but need to pay a subscription for some of the advanced features, such as geolocation which has historically been free. V1, V2, and v3 bridge owners can either keep the old app or pay a one off fee to upgrade to the new app. They will not need to pay a subscription to keep the advanced features. This was a point of contention recently with existing customers, as Tado originally wanted to them to pay the subscription too if they chose to upgrade. Caused a lot of complaints from existing customers. In a nutshell, don't get a v3+ bridge if you want to avoid the subscription.


Does anyone know why tado restrict max. Temperature setting to 25℃. Is there a way to increase it All other smart heating systems have max. temperature setting of 28℃


I had v2 for about 6months before upgrading to v3. Honestly, haven't noticed any difference. Tado app has been free all along. I've never paid any subscription fee.


I haven’t setup my system yet, but wasn’t aware of subscription(s). A quick google suggests the subscription model is for Tado SE equipment, and consists of Geofencing, Weather Adaption, Open Window Detection and Climate Reporting. It’s not clear if this is just for SE equipment or not. Hopefully I haven’t bought any SE products when I’ve been sourcing my equipment prior to a house move.


What about v2

Tado smart radiator valve starter kit £99.99 Amazon
Found 27th SepFound 27th Sep
I have Tado. Works great. The radiator valves are good for creating “zones” within your home. Usually sell for about £50-55 each on ebay. The v3 bridge goes for around £35. At this… Read more
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I checked my valves and it does not appear that can make it show the room temperature either. I guess is only on the app.


Hello, Does anyone know if you the tado thermostat valves display what the temperature is in room physically or is it only available by opening the app? I can't seem to find a way of making it display why temperature it is on the valve I've installed in w kitchen


Note, there is now an update to this article: https://www.tado.com/t/en/updated-why-we-created-new-v3plus-products/ Essentially, they've listened to the existing customer feedback and have a new offer for existing customers. Existing customers can either stick with the old app (as before) or upgrade to the new v3+ app for a one time fee of £19.99, and this will give them a lifetime subscription to their "new" auto-assist skill, and they will not have to pay the yearly subscription as previously indicated. Only new v3+ customers will have to pay a yearly subscription. While not a perfect solution, it should go some way to appeasing some of their existing customers.


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Your start point is spend £200 without thinking

40% off Smart Home Installation Services @ Amazon - e.g. £72 for Smart Home Thermostat Replacement
Found 24th SepFound 24th Sep
Must admit first time seeing this on Amazon, bunch of smart home installations reduced by 40%. Ideal for someone not wanting to take the risk or hassle of installing themselves. No… Read more

I couldn't agree with you more. These days I pay people to service my car and change the brake pads because I'm time poor and my wallet is a bit fatter (well, actually has something in it). That's my choice. My point above though was that it doesn't mean I don't understand what I'm getting them to do. And some of the menu prices are steep for what they are. General awareness of things and/or a willingness to at least know the basics even if you're not doing it yourself equips a person to not be ripped off by the chin-rubbing plumbers of this world. We live in a world full of more dishonest people and times of austerity. Being savvy is no bad thing and instilling that from a young age is important when it's easier to understand things you see and touch. As you grow up that then translates to wanting to understand the less tangible things, like financial products, or just generally assessing value for money.


Price and value is all relative. Example is flying. I wouldn't pay business or first class prices, but if you have the money, there's not much difference between £500 and £3000. Likewise £72 to replace a thermostat? Some would consider that pocket change and well worth not having to lift a finger and waste an hour watching YouTube DIY videos and deciphering instruction manuals.


I did say that the prices are fair for people that don't know how to do it. That includes those that choose to pay someone even if they do - that's fair enough. And I made a separate (general) point about teaching practical things in schools. What's your point? Does everyone know how to touchtype then? That should be a required skill these days too. Along with knowing how your broadband router works. These are basics in modern society. People need to be equipped for the essentials of modern life, doesn't matter if they're technically minded or inclined or not. I'm happy to be educated about the current driving test. I'd still bet there are a million numpties who don't know how to do it even though they passed that in their test.


You mean apart from it being part of the driving test which it wasn't in the past? This ridiculous ageist assumption that young people can't do anything practical and "nothing gets taught in schools anymore" is tiresome. Some people aren't practical and don't care to be, and that's fine so rather than spouting ageist assumptions why don't you try and add some constructive input?


maybe another system I'm thinking of then - I thought my mate's one was hive; I've got Tado myself - my underfloor one just uses the built-in relay, the house heating one connects to the extension kit for hot water control as well (that has the standard backplate, and requires mains coming in to power it, but can handle voltage free or mains switching via a jumper switch).

tado Smart Thermostat Starter Kit v3 + Google Home Mini Charcoal £184 Delivered @ BT Shop
Found 30th AugFound 30th Aug
Nice little bundle deal if you were looking to smarten up your heating system. The tado Smart Thermostat has everything you'd expect and more from a modern thermostat, with remote … Read more

V3+ just announced so expect older generations to be reduced shortly.


Yes fitted mine at the weekend after tado supplied me with fitting instructions for my exact boiler and relay receiver. Customer service was amazing and fitting a doddle.


I'm Android and Google Home all the way, so looks like the V2 and an extension box will do me! Excellent


Unless you need Apple Homekit, go for the V2 and save yourself that amount on the thermostat.


Ah, so the price is instantly £75 more....dammit....lol Cheers

Tado Extension Kit £39.99 @ O2
Found 14th AugFound 14th Aug
Following on from the Tado V2 offer o2 are now stocking the extension kit for Tado.
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Oh right, thanks for letting me know. I’ve managed to get a £15 off voucher from Argos so got it for £64 in the end.


Smart home stuff is online only I think.


Has anyone got these local to them in store that would be willing to collect and post for a fee? Thanks


I do, happy to give 1 UNiDAYS/StudentBeans code in return for 2 future Wuntu Costa/Domino's, or 2 future O2 Priority Caffé Nero. Also open to other trades.


Just asking on the off chance - does anybody have a UNIDAYS code for this please? I would like to order today! Thank you

tado° additional Smart Radiator Thermostat - vertical mounting - £54 @ Amazon
Found 28th JulFound 28th Jul
Drop in price. Usually £59 now £54 If you already have a Smart Radiator Thermostat Starter Kit or a Smart Thermostat Starter Kit (v2/v3) with an Internet Bridge then you can use s… Read more
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If you don't need remote access these are great. Like was said earlier, they can be timed to come on and off during the day or night. Perfect if you have the heating on at night, so you can turn downstairs off when not occupied. https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01D8LY77Y/ref=asc_df_B01D8LY77Y54360547/?tag=googshopuk-21&creative=22110&creativeASIN=B01D8LY77Y&linkCode=df0&hvadid=231920353356&hvpos=1o6&hvnetw=g&hvrand=7755454894793747687&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=m&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=1006654&hvtargid=pla-421896623250&th=1&psc=1


My point 1 is about trvs. These are trv heads to replace the head of normal manual ones to give you controllable temperatures at different times and achieve point 2.


They told me (two days ago) that it wasn’t advertised and could only be ordered on the phone. One of the other comments seems to have a link for online though.


For some reason the offer is hidden away and can’t be found by navigating around their site! It’s here: https://www.tado.com/t/en/for-our-comfort-enthusiasts/? 2x £108 4x £196 plus £8.49 postage But Amazon are doing 2x verticleplus the bridge for £109 (OOS but can be ordered)


I've ordered 3 to team up with my tado system. Will see how I get on

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tado Smart Radiator Thermostat Starter Kit - Vertical Kit -  £109 @ BT Shop
Found 27th JulFound 27th Jul
Very limited stock, 19 aval at time of posting, grab one if you need it! You'll get : 2 Smart Radiator Thermostats, Internet Bridge, USB cable, connectors, ethernet cable, 2x 2 A… Read more
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No, you are right - I forgot about postage.


+ £8.49 postage - or am I missing a code or something?


Will it work with Hive thermostat ?


I buy valves off eBay at £40-45 when available


Nice one! I purchased the O2 v2 thermostat deal and am going to purchase these as they come with the v3 bridge which would turn setup into a cut price v3! For those who do not need a bridge, the cut price quattro (4) pack deal is still live and slightly cheaper even though it was expired and the tado people seem to not know about any bulk pack deals when asked over the phone! Don't worry, I didn't squeal... (ninja) Tado rep also said a promotion is coming up in September so might be worth holding for if not in a rush. I am ordering this Amazon (same price but out of stock atm) as being out of stock at the works in my favour in that it locks in price and leaves me free to wait for other offers. Also, I have expiring £20 amazon promotional credit from Prime Day gift card and Paypoint top-up offers making item £89 for me! Links below https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/tado-smart-trvs-duoquattro-packs-196-for-4-tadocom-2915991 https://www.tado.com/t/en/for-our-comfort-enthusiasts/? https://www.amazon.co.uk/tado°-Smart-Radiator-Thermostat-Starter/dp/B01MDRBPTT/ref=sr_1_2_sspa?ie=UTF8&qid=1532793528&sr=8-2-spons&keywords=tado&psc=1

Tado vertical TRV kit. - £109.99 @ Amazon Prime Day Deal (Additionall discount for students)
Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
Normally £138 on Amazon, TRV’s on there own are £59.99. This leave you at £54.99 per TRV and if you already have tado then you can sell the bridge and accessories for circa £20-25 … Read more

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Wrong description, it is a starter kit with a hub, not just a kit of 2 TRV's.


I’d buy the bridge from someone if it’s the v3 one

tado Smart Thermostat Starter Kit v2 only £49.99 @ O2 - WOW!
Refreshed 24th JunRefreshed 24th Jun
Just stumbled across this whilst browsing for a powerpack - but this is an awesome deal! The tado smart thermostat starter kit for only £49.99! on the O2 website. Just had a look … Read more
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Anyone selling an extension? I missed out


Pity it's out of stock now. There seems to be an odd price difference in the various bits though, is it just stock clearance pricing rather than the contents? You can get smart thermostat on its own for £89, but the V3 starter kit (thermostat+bridge) is £159, valuing the bridge at £70. With the radiator thermostat kits at £138 (the 2 TRVs are £59 each), that values the bridge at £20. Assuming it is the same gear in both packages, you'd be cheaper getting the radiator thermostat kit and a standalone thermostat. Or even cheaper yet to get the radiator thermostat kit and this deal (getting therm for £50 rather than £89), and just bin the v2 bridge!


Impatience kicking in on receiving the firmware update - if not received in say 5 days though I'll chase it up with them in case needs a manual push out Not sure if any other potential issues mind. Got up this morning, pressed button to check temp display on screen (and of course make sure still working) - but display showed at first the down arrow icon with the line underneath. It then did show the temperature, but sometimes when I press that button I get that icon, othertimes don't and get the "menu" as it should be According to the installer pdf that should only show up when setting up, to access the settings page where set the R01 etc


can anyone kindly please PM a Uniday code for o2 please.


Showing out of stock now :'(

Smart Radiator Thermostat Starter Kit - vertical mounting - £138 @ Amazon
Found 3rd MayFound 3rd May
Seems like good deal at the moment direct from Amazon Control your heating with the tado° Smart Radiator Thermostats from everywhere and anytime - via app, tablet and PC. tado°… Read more

Much better deal, I've expired this one.


Not a great idea without the tado smart thermostat/timer.


Ah yes, just saw the TRVs (in the pic!). Sorry.


Agreed. Good price!


Different product but that's a great deal - just ordered one!

Tado smart thermostat kit £199 @ BT shop
Found 3rd MayFound 3rd May
I recently bought one of these (together with the ‘extension kit’ for £70 as well - required to set up the thermostat remotely) from amazon which cost a little more. That said I g… Read more
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I meant Tado thermostat for 99, as addition to a starter kit with 2 TRVs. (not all together for that price) Got mine from Amazon.


Change your post/link to https://m.shop.bt.com/products/tado-smart-thermostat-v3-starter-kit-st-v3-sk-DF6C.html?referrerid=CI01


Never seen it that cheap before. Where was it?


Looks expensive, would recommend to wait. (usually it is cheaper to buy a starter kit with 2 TRVs and a Thermostat for 99)


Ah...just realised - it’s a ‘customer exclusive’ showing £99 for me via email from BT shop, so still showing as £199 to most...

tado° Smart Thermostat Starter Kit (v3) + Echo Dot (white) - £168.99 @ Amazon
Found 14th AprFound 14th Apr
This says V3 Starter Kit + Echo Dot. If that's right, it's an amazing deal.
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over £230 now - expire


Gone up to £228.99. I bought mine off ebay for £99 (£110 less 10% through Italian ebay). Yes, heating is left on constant then the thermostat switches it on and off based on your location and settings.


So tempted. I really like the look of the Tado. Their support team are excellent and confirmed compatibility with my existing system in a day. I may start with thermostat and then maybe later the extension kit for hot water control, but not convinced that is so necessary. Thoughts? Do these need heating on constant at programmer then the clever thermostat just switches it on and off as necessary?


Definitely V3, and the bridge is the latest (supporting home kit). Now, I just need to find a deal on the extension and some TRVs


I should be receiving this today guys, so i can confirm if it is the same kit valued as £200 plus an echo (My 3rd). Haven't researched and not sure if i need an extension kit or not. I've just moved into a house with a BOSS therm fitted if that makes any odds

tado° additional Smart Radiator Thermostat - vertical/horizontal mounting - intelligent heating control with geofencing via smartphone £54 Amazon
Found 29th MarFound 29th Mar
his is an additional product of the tado° Starter Kits. You can add additional Smart Radiator Thermostats to your setup to control multiple radiators and zones independently from o… Read more

Understandable doubting the value of the TRVs given the price. That said, it all depends on individual circumstances too. Thermostat alone (for me) was only a small piece of the jigsaw. True efficiency and convenience came when I replaced all the TRVs (7 of them) because now, only the ones I need come on whilst others don't waste energy. I have different schedules for zones or particular rooms. So during the day, upstairs remains at say 18 degrees whilst livingroom / downstairs is set to 22 since we barely go upstairs except to sleep! Bedroom also gets pre-heated to be at 22 degrees by 9pm so we're warm when going up stairs. Now, the thing is, I got the TRVs between £35-45 each through various discounts and at different times so it hasn't felt like a big deal. I'd definitely think twice about forking out the whole lot in one go, especially at £60 each! Still a decent discount here, thanks for sharing OP.


i have the tado thermostat and it is great. justification of the smart TRV - I'm not so sure, they are very expensive and its not like a house only needs one or two.


Not that huge a deal (original £59). If you need two or four, check out the 2pack or 4pack offer that Tado have on their official website at the moment.

Tado Smart TRVs - Duo/Quattro packs £196 for 4 - tado.com
Found 26th MarFound 26th Mar
Tado have an Easter promo for loyal customers. 2 or 4 TRVs or thermostats. 2 thermostats for £208 4 thermostats for £396 2 TRVs for £108 4 TRVs for £196 TRVs aren't coming down … Read more
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Mine aswell. Happy days! If you speak to tado, you can get them to set the valve to override the smart thermostat if you have it. So I have smart thermostat, and 3 smart valves in one zone(1st floor) , and another thermostat with one valve in the living room in the second zone. I set the thermostat to low heat as generally its in the corridors. So now If one of the rooms need heat to reach the temperature , it requests from the thermostat to override its rules to draw heat. Till that room reaches the optimum temperature then everything shuts down. the other rooms just shut them selves if they are in optimum temperature. Makes it more effective and economical for my setup atleast after consulting with Tado.


Just to confirm deal is DEFINITELY still alive as my 4 vertical Tado valves arrived today! @MM_Elsaid


Thanks buddy! I've been waiting for something on those TRVs. I tried this like couple of weeks ago but it didn't work. Looks like they put it back live! Thanks for the heads up. I confirm I also used the link and SUCCESSFULLY checked out a quarto pack..!


This deal is STILL LIVE if you click through the OP link. You cannot find it navigating through the Tado website directly, but through the link I was able to purchase the quattro TRV set for the discount price.


I think I've changed the batteries in the Trv once so far, and I've had it for 6 months.

tado Smart Thermostat Starter Kit (v3)  £139.99 reduced from £199.99 @Very
Found 23rd MarFound 23rd Mar
Item number: LLF3X2C MPN: SK-ST01IB01-TC-UK-03EAN: 4260328610633 Tado Smart Thermostat Starter Kit (v3) - Works with Alexa Works with Alexa Introducing the new Smart Thermostat … Read more

Back up to £199.99. Needs more clicks to expire.


Price back to 199 - Deal expired


Good find, beaten my Amazon deal from the other day! Looks like Amazon have price matched for people who prefer to buy from them. Heat!


The TRV kit is also on offer at Very. Good price! Wondering if this is because v4 is coming out, or just because we're out of winter now.

tado Smart Radiator Thermostat Starter Kit £129.99 reduced from £179.99 @Very (2 TRVs and 1 bridge) (works with Alexa)
Found 23rd MarFound 23rd Mar
I think this is the cheapest it has been I dont know whether it is v3 or not but I guess it is Horizontal TRV link: https://www.very.co.uk/tado-smart-radiator-thermostat-starter… Read more
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Now £179.99. Needs more clicks to expire.


I don’t pay any subscription costs!?


Maybe you want to mention the hidden subscription costs for geofencing hm? Seems tado are not too proud of it so they try to hide it as much as possible.


Nice to see that these 'designer' nonsense 'smart' heating control manufacturers are finally coming round to the wireless zoning concept pioneered by Honeywll Evohome several years ago, eh?


No it won't tell Nest to start the boiler. It will just regulate the heat in the radiator while nest tells the boiler to run. Might be able to use or create an applet on IFTTT to make it work with a smart thermostat other than the tado thermostat.

TADO Smart Radiator Thermostat Starter Kit - Vertical/Horizontal £138/£139 after £40 off @ Currys and Ebay Currys (vertical only) (works with Nest and Hive)
Found 22nd MarFound 22nd Mar
Same price at Amazon: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/tado-smart-radiator-thermostat-starter-kit-horizontal-139-amazon-2913311 I thought this would be useful for those that ha… Read more

Looks like quite a dirty solution. It that case, why just not add Tado Thermostat (to control the boiler directly) for approximately £95-100 and have a clean setup?


I beg to to differ. Like I said they can be connected via 3rd party such as IFTTT. I know for fact that smart TRVs like Tado, Energinie etc. Can via IFTTT request the nest thermostat to call for heat.


No, as Tado TRV would not be able to request heat from Nest. I know what they are, as I have full Tado setup.


I highly rate Tado over Hive or Nest. It's more suited to larger homes tho, we have Tado TRVs in every room and have saved £££s by only heating the rooms that need it at certain times of the day; bedrooms at night, kitchen & breakfast room in morning, games room, living room, dining room in evening etc. The TRVs also report the Humidity which is handy in the bathrooms - using IFTTT you could trigger an extractor fan to come on for example rather than run it constantly with a light switch.


It's not the same thing. These are TRVs ,using them would give you zone control. As for working with Nest or Hive, you just like the 2 "eco systems" like you would with most other IoT systems.

tado° Smart Radiator Thermostat Starter Kit Horizontal - £139 @ Amazon
Found 21st MarFound 21st Mar
Amazon have reduced this from £179 to £139. Will work best with tado smart thermostat but there is no need to have the tado thermostat as it will work with Hive, Nest and any other… Read more
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Because the tado thermostat is an extra expense and this is a site for hot deals i.e. bargains. It isn't much of a bargain if you need to shell out for something else which, if you own a hive or a nest, you already have. Therefore the statement is valid, but I will accept i should have stated "any" from the start.




Yes, and will be fine in a flat with communal boiler. But if you have your own boiler, why not get a Tado thermostat as well. I was just saying, that "works with Nest or Hive" is a wrong statement.


I don't think this works with hive or nest. They are competing proprietary systems. These trvs control the hot water flow to your radiators. They depend on your boiler receiving the signal to pump hot water. If the boiler is not pumping hot water and the trv valve open, the radiator doesn't get hot as no hot water is flowing. So if you use nest/hive, and nest/hive tells the boiler to stop circulating hot water (because the temp is reached), tado trvs won't know that. For these trvs to work well, I think you also need the tado thermostat (wired to boiler directly) or tado extension kit (which is wired to boiler, and receives on/off command for heating water from trvs).


If you were to buy Tado starter kit with 2 TRV's (vertical or horizontal), I think it would make sense just to buy Tado thermostat for £99 and sell Nest on Ebay. (check on Tado website what configuration you need.)

tado° Smart Thermostat Starter Kit (v3) - £159 @ Amazon
Found 21st MarFound 21st Mar
I've recently been on the lookout for an Apple Homekit enabled smart thermostat and Tado was looking like the best one. I just found it for £159 at Amazon. I think the recent deal … Read more
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Now £139.99, even more of a bargain


I agree with you about the subscription price being fair (although not a bargain) but my gripe with Tado is not being upfront about it. There wasn't any mention of it on the website and it was very underhanded of them. Even when I phoned to enquire if the device is the same as the version on Amazon, they said yes! Several customers complained and returned their product as a result. I kept mine and would have probably purchased it at that price if they clearly disclosed the differences. But it's their coy tactics that I take exception to. Not sure I'll be constantly purchasing a new thermostat every two years mind. I'm happy enough with the base product, less the premium features. If this is the full fat thermostat at this price then have some heat op.


Tried fitting mine tonight and can’t get the extension to pair with the internet bridge - can anyone offer any advice?


The subscription they were referring to is the subscription on top of the £150 purchase price for the SE. ("Special Edition") With the SE, you supposedly have to pay a monthly fee to get the Smart Climate Assistant features that you get included in the v3 without a subscription. https://www.tado.com/gb/thermostat-heating


I'd already ordered this today, and now I have a sinking feeling that v4 may be due?

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