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Tado £50 discount till 28.02.18 - Smart Thermostat - Starter Kit (SE) £149
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introducing the new Smart Thermostat - Starter Kit (SE): More comfort, better control and platform connectivity.With multi-room control and the new heating algorithm, tado° can sav… Read more
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nuttyphilt40 m ago

There’s nothing saying that existing users will have to pay for these f …There’s nothing saying that existing users will have to pay for these features, just new users who buy this SE thermostat


Hope you're right @nuttyphilt
nuttyphilt20 m ago

There’s nothing saying that existing users will have to pay for these f …There’s nothing saying that existing users will have to pay for these features, just new users who buy this SE thermostat


No, existing users will not have to pay but it's not very clear for the new users that they will have to pay - it doesn't even say how much and if it's a monthly payment or not. Since the Special Edition looks exactly the same as the Standard one, it should be explicitly said what is the difference between the kits.
ricoshay5 h, 50 m ago

This absolutely would be disgusting business practices. Especially given …This absolutely would be disgusting business practices. Especially given how so many people have bought into their products based on these features being part of that initial sales pitch. To now go and charge extra for features that were already paid-for would be theft imo! There must surely be some consumer protection board or something that would step to prevent such shady practices?! Really hope it's a misunderstanding and they don't go down this route.


There’s nothing saying that existing users will have to pay for these features, just new users who buy this SE thermostat
mbiker13 h, 6 m ago

Yes, it is serious. I contacted them and that's what they said. The worst …Yes, it is serious. I contacted them and that's what they said. The worst thing is that they don't say that clearly on their website. This is a disgusting sales technique. Shame Tado, I think I'll look into Drayton instead.


This absolutely would be disgusting business practices. Especially given how so many people have bought into their products based on these features being part of that initial sales pitch. To now go and charge extra for features that were already paid-for would be theft imo!

There must surely be some consumer protection board or something that would step to prevent such shady practices?! Really hope it's a misunderstanding and they don't go down this route.
ricoshay1 h, 2 m ago

Is this serious?? Looks like the "Smart Assisstant" stuff is just the …Is this serious?? Looks like the "Smart Assisstant" stuff is just the usual normal smart features... no?


Yes, it is serious. I contacted them and that's what they said. The worst thing is that they don't say that clearly on their website. This is a disgusting sales technique. Shame Tado, I think I'll look into Drayton instead.
Tado smart thermostat radiator valves  £54 @ Amazon
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Reduced from £59 to £54. Not a great saving but at least it is something off.
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The Tado system is brilliant. I kitted out our entire house after a full renovation (11 radiators). A bit of splurge, I know, but it regulates the temperature so well in every room.

The only gripe is that in bedrooms, you do hear the motor whirring as it closes and opens valves. It doesn't wake me up at night or detract from my sleep, but for lighter sleepers it might.
Useful if you have the Tado system already. Shame I bought our second one only the other day!

Even at this cost, I wouldn't kit the whole house out, we're just using them in the 3yo's and newborns room to keep temperature regulated nicely.
KTF4 h, 7 m ago

I Is it £20 off the price on the tado website as the referal system they …I Is it £20 off the price on the tado website as the referal system they have is only for the kits?


Hi, its £40 off for a kit, unfortunately I thought we both got £20 but its better than that, I get the full £40.
Its not such a good deal for you after all
Someone turn the heat up please...it's getting cold in here.
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bilbob1 h, 36 m ago

2 £20 each unit or a pack? And £20 off what price?



Is it £20 off the price on the tado website as the referal system they have is only for the kits?
tado Smart Thermostat Starter Kit v3 (CLEARANCE STOCK) £139 - 	BT Shop
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I know this has already been posted in recent weeks, but both currys and Amazon are OOS!!! tado Smart Thermostat - Starter Kit (v3) Introducing the new Smart Thermostat - Starter… Read more
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Sheepy12094th Jan

This used to be true but not any more - you can have one thermostat in …This used to be true but not any more - you can have one thermostat in each zone, and a single extension kit connected to the boiler. Another thing not often mentioned is that for anyone with a Worcester Bosch boiler the Tado system is compatible with their 'EMS' protocol, meaning it supports load compensation - this adjusts the boiler output to maintain a more even temperature than the on/off of a traditional thermostat. I don't think Nest or Hive support this (there's now an 'OpenTherm' protocol which is similar but not supported by Worcester).I installed a Tado system a few weeks ago and it's been great - we're probably not saving money as we wanted it for convenience more than efficiency, but the app is excellent and suits our very variable working hours.


Would you care to explain the 2 thermostats and single extension kit. I have a multi zone house and their helpline said I can only have one wireless and one extension kit. Other zones must then be wired thermostats.
ordered thank you

Are people going to start with just this or order some valves too?
Sheepy120919 h, 7 m ago

This used to be true but not any more - you can have one thermostat in …This used to be true but not any more - you can have one thermostat in each zone, and a single extension kit connected to the boiler. Another thing not often mentioned is that for anyone with a Worcester Bosch boiler the Tado system is compatible with their 'EMS' protocol, meaning it supports load compensation - this adjusts the boiler output to maintain a more even temperature than the on/off of a traditional thermostat. I don't think Nest or Hive support this (there's now an 'OpenTherm' protocol which is similar but not supported by Worcester).I installed a Tado system a few weeks ago and it's been great - we're probably not saving money as we wanted it for convenience more than efficiency, but the app is excellent and suits our very variable working hours.


I got that information from tado customer services less than a month ago. Would like hear I am wrong? Can you point me to something backs this up? Thanks
lofthousem3 h, 8 m ago

No, but this is on the Roadmap …No, but this is on the Roadmap https://support.tado.com/hc/en-gb/articles/205505299-What-new-Features-are-planned-What-is-on-the-Development-Roadmap-


I thought it might be

I’ve had Tado for about 18 months now, initially to control my water and one floor of the house. And it’s really good. Over Christmas I bought a second Tado Thermostat to control the rest of the house.

It’s very easy to use, quick to install if you follow the instructions they give you, looks unobtrusive and can be managed from anywhere. Oh and it supports HomeKit and Alexa

Highly recommended
chatanm8 h, 49 m ago

Yes your kids would. There isn’t any user restrictions on accounts as far a …Yes your kids would. There isn’t any user restrictions on accounts as far as I’m aware


No, but this is on the Roadmap support.tado.com/hc/…ap-
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Tado Smart Thermostat Starter Kit (v3) - intelligent heating control with geofencing via smartphone £139 Amazon
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I know these were going for around this price during the black Friday sales, however they've been £199 since, so a good opportunity for someone if they missed out. Amazon Product… Read more
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thedriver3 h, 25 m ago

missed it again - back up to £199



It's up and down like a yoyo at the moment, I'm sure it'll be back down soon

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missed it again - back up to £199
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ordered today. just need the extension kit and radiator valves to come on offer.
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thedriver9th Jan

price gone up again


That's it back down again
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thedriver3 h, 54 m ago

price gone up again


It seems to fluctuate quite frequently, I'd keep an eye on it, it'll probably drop again soon
tado° Smart Thermostat Starter Kit (v3) £149 @ Amazon
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NEW (v3): Smart Home Integration - Amazon Alexa, Apple HomeKit, Google Assistant..: Control your heating with your voice or enable multiple Smart Home products and services to work… Read more
Apparently i think tado were supposed to be doing a sale starting 14th december according to their black friday email
I think this is a great deal, and agree with others that this is superior than the competition. If you want zonal heating without incurring plumbing in zone valves, this is the one. If you have a small flat, then Nest probably would be more appropriate.
£149 isn't that bad of a price - as much as I'd like it for the £135 that it's been at before. Unfortunately, my DeLorean DMC-12 is broke, so can't go back in time right now. Have some heat.

Also, horses for courses and all that - the Tado features work out much better for some than Nest or Hive. Geo-fencing, machine learning and the TRVs etc. are all things that I'd want... which Nest doesn't offer.
Cuddl3s15 h, 16 m ago

Why buy this for the price of the nest tough? I though nest was the best, …Why buy this for the price of the nest tough? I though nest was the best, no pun intended


Nest bases its adjustments on the manual temperature changes you make, whereas Tado learns how to efficiently heat your home without the need to change the temperature manually.
This is much better than nest and fantastic customer service
Skip Black Friday... 20% off tado starter kits
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Get 20% off any Starter Kit from December 11th until 31st. I've been using mine for some time now and have found it lives up to the promises - considered Nest and Hive but some of… Read more
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Wes_Brooks19th Dec

I've been looking at these and the Evohome for quite a while as they seem …I've been looking at these and the Evohome for quite a while as they seem to be similar in capability. I did hear the Evohome is good as it works standalone so should anything happen to the company or if the servers go down you've still have a working system. A lot of people recommend Tado though so I am tempted to pull the trigger on this! I take it without forking out on thermostats you get similar to a Nest experience. I too need about 10 thermostats!!


I think it's better than Nest. But yes. Similar idea.
It will also work in standalone if no tado servers. It just becomes a normal thermostat.
If you're not happy after 6 months they let you return and have a refund. (as long as you've used it for 6 months, less than 12 months and aren't happy because you haven't saved money). They don't need any proof that you haven't saved money. Details in their site.
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ec9wrr12th Dec

I didn't need the extender for my system so can't comment on that. But …I didn't need the extender for my system so can't comment on that. But worth noting that most people install Tado themselves. Whilst nest recommend an installer (at extra cost). Without extender the Tado was very easy to install. About as hard as wiring a plug!


I do have the extension box and installed that, and the thermostat, within about an hour. Pretty daunting to start with but it was straightforward - I didn't have any prior experience of doing it myself was hugely satisfying. Don't pay to have it installed... get on it!
I've been looking at these and the Evohome for quite a while as they seem to be similar in capability. I did hear the Evohome is good as it works standalone so should anything happen to the company or if the servers go down you've still have a working system. A lot of people recommend Tado though so I am tempted to pull the trigger on this! I take it without forking out on thermostats you get similar to a Nest experience. I too need about 10 thermostats!!
I didn't need the extender for my system so can't comment on that. But worth noting that most people install Tado themselves. Whilst nest recommend an installer (at extra cost). Without extender the Tado was very easy to install. About as hard as wiring a plug!
xyz12324th Nov

It seems good but so much more expensive comared to nest... Starter kit …It seems good but so much more expensive comared to nest... Starter kit plus extension kit more than nest.... TRVs seperate but nest doesn't have that option..

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nomeames18 h, 30 m ago

What was your experience with Honeywell. Iwas looking at installing the …What was your experience with Honeywell. Iwas looking at installing the evohome multizone.....


I had the standard, non-smart programmable Honeywell @noneames - I don't have experience of the evohome stuff... but personally, I would recommend tado having had it in for a couple of years now. Good kit.
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tado v2 Smart Thermostat Starter Kit with Smartphone and Browser Control and Monitor £84.99 Maplin
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This is the version 2 kit - so with the bridge that works with Android but not Apple Homestart. However no difference in actual thermostat between v2 and v3. It says available in … Read more
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ricoshay6 m ago

Thanks, I did just call them and lady said it's discontinued. They don't …Thanks, I did just call them and lady said it's discontinued. They don't have any in stock (at least not in her system) but said on the off chance there might be one or two at a store somewhere... but again, she couldn't check it to confirm. But definitely won't be online again. Well done for grabbing at these low prices. I might go down the rental route for the kit and then just buy a few TRVs outright.


There's a shame. Yes rental does seem to work out at good value too. Hope it all works out for you!
Monkeycymru14 h, 0 m ago

My guess is they probably have hence the silly price, although I'm no …My guess is they probably have hence the silly price, although I'm no expert. I still think no harm giving Maplin a ring just in case. I got mine for £99 which I was extremely happy with. Do love the system - it works well for me...


Thanks, I did just call them and lady said it's discontinued. They don't have any in stock (at least not in her system) but said on the off chance there might be one or two at a store somewhere... but again, she couldn't check it to confirm. But definitely won't be online again.

Well done for grabbing at these low prices. I might go down the rental route for the kit and then just buy a few TRVs outright.
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My guess is they probably have hence the silly price, although I'm no expert. I still think no harm giving Maplin a ring just in case. I got mine for £99 which I was extremely happy with. Do love the system - it works well for me...
Thanks @Monkeycymru

I couldn't find any v2 starter kits anywhere else for anywhere near this price! I mean lowest being like £150!!! and that's only at a couple of retailers.

Do you know if these have been discontinued now? I need like 4-5 TRVs and the extender etc. so getting this kit at £80 would've gone a nice ways to keeping things fairly in budget.
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1616french38 m ago

Might've been asked several times already but are these compatible with …Might've been asked several times already but are these compatible with Alexa?


Mine works with google home so probably but couldn't day for certain...
Tado smart thermostat starter kit V3 £169 delivered @ BT shop
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I’ve been searching for one of these below the 199 RRP for a while now and it hasn’t budged. So this is a great price (tried to buy 2 on eBay but turned out to be scams
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Please expire, this is back at £199
Thanks all I picked a v2 kit from Maplin for £84.99 all installed last night in 45 mins. The instructions really are excellent.
stefromuk1 h, 13 m ago

Cheers Andy I've not seen a V2 for sale so might have a look at the V2 …Cheers Andy I've not seen a V2 for sale so might have a look at the V2 starter kits they do.Need something twice this week the heatings been left on all night 😞If I can get something hooked up to my SmartThings I can stop that


maplin.co.uk/p/t…9rx V2's for £84.99, add around £40 on ebay for an extension kit. otherwise it will cost you another £80 brand new.
Andy_Green11 h, 55 m ago

If you have a wireless thermostat you’ll need to grab a tado extension u …If you have a wireless thermostat you’ll need to grab a tado extension unit also. It’s likely the RF unit you’ll be replacing with the Tado extension will be using the correct wires you need to wire into the Tado unit as essentially it’s control the same thing.Ive heard the Tado customer service team are excellent so if you get into trouble you get ask them for advice.

Cheers Andy I've not seen a V2 for sale so might have a look at the V2 starter kits they do.
Need something twice this week the heatings been left on all night 😞
If I can get something hooked up to my SmartThings I can stop that
stefromuk2 h, 29 m ago

Thanks for thatThe V2 looks ideal for me shame that's none around at that …Thanks for thatThe V2 looks ideal for me shame that's none around at that price , do you know how hard they are to install? I have a standard combi boiler already with a wireless thermostat in the hall.When I looked into nest it looked basically I straight swap is this similar.Cheers



If you have a wireless thermostat you’ll need to grab a tado extension unit also. It’s likely the RF unit you’ll be replacing with the Tado extension will be using the correct wires you need to wire into the Tado unit as essentially it’s control the same thing.
Ive heard the Tado customer service team are excellent so if you get into trouble you get ask them for advice.
Tado smart thermostat radiator valve £34.99 C+C @ Very
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Normally these are about £60 each, not sure how long this current price will last - Amazon are also doing it but have none in stock(expected 2-4 weeks). These are meant to be use… Read more
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Both (horizontal & vertical) are out of stock at Very now. I originally posted the Amazon deal but it looks like the vertical ones (2-4 weeks wait) are now back up to normal price, and the horizontal ones are £44.99 (if you are a Prime member).

So both deals are unfortunately now dead by looks of it!
Tado smart thermostatic radiator valve @ Amazon for £34.99! (usually £59)
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Usual price £59. This is the cheapest I've seen them at and if, like me, you already have a Tado setup but require some additional smart TRVs from Tado for other radiators, then I… Read more
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ramit30th Aug

I already have the smart thermostat. However I have like 50 radiators in …I already have the smart thermostat. However I have like 50 radiators in my house so kitting everyone out isn't cheap. Can I like only buy two and create a separate zone for say one of the room? I don't get how this works though as the heating is not zoned in house and is either on or off. Ie what would happen if house was warm enough at thermostat , but that specific room still needed heat? Surely it couldn't turn heat on without turning whole house on???



50 radiators!! Do you live in a hotel?!

Tado website can explain better than me but basically you can zone using individual TRVs. So I have my radiators (typically 1 per room) with a smart TRV on each and set that as a zone. I have a couple of rooms with 2 radiators so have 2 TRVs which are under the same zone.
You can then switch the heating on by zone. For example, when I switch on my bedroom, all the other smart TRVs stay off, and heating just comes on in my room.
Obviously you either need a smart TRV on each radiator for this to work or you stick with manual TRVs on rooms you don't use very often.
My towel radiator and main hall radiator don't have a TRV so they always come on irrespective of which "zone" has been switched on.
As you say, you cannot zone the heating fully.
Was buying these 1 by 1 but when I saw this price I bought the 3 I needed to complete my installation.
Great being able to adjust temperature room by room.
I already have the smart thermostat. However I have like 50 radiators in my house so kitting everyone out isn't cheap. Can I like only buy two and create a separate zone for say one of the room? I don't get how this works though as the heating is not zoned in house and is either on or off. Ie what would happen if house was warm enough at thermostat , but that specific room still needed heat? Surely it couldn't turn heat on without turning whole house on???
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dvs7 h, 54 m ago

I have shopped with them before but only when there are offers (such as …I have shopped with them before but only when there are offers (such as 20% discount). There doesn't seem to be a limit but they charge for delivery.


I think Very offer free click & collect with Collect+ for small items, which I presume these would be classed as?
I have shopped with them before but only when there are offers (such as 20% discount). There doesn't seem to be a limit but they charge for delivery.
Drayton MiGenie Wish 1 single channel room thermostat kit £107.99 @ Plumbcenter
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the wish 2 is a good find, for those who don't have a combi boiler
Good price. There's the wish 2 for £100 at amazon. It controls heating and hot water.

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Tado 4260328610077 Smart Thermostat V2 @ Amazon + Prime, Cheapest Ever!
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Smart Thermostat the automatically adjusts to your daily routine. - Understands weather conditions and building characteristics to optimize your heating - Improved transparency of … Read more
I seriously think you guys need to get the tin hats off.
9 months down the road with my Nest, I wouldn't change its smartness for any digital thermostat, I don't have to justify it, but seriously get it for a deal from npower at 130 3rd gen, plus 70 fitting. Its the best looking gadget in my house and feels like it is such good quality it will outlive the house.
AndyRoyd

Data Controller is based in Germany, not UK. I don't much like the … Data Controller is based in Germany, not UK. I don't much like the concept of my movements away from home (leaving it more readily open to theft) being known by a 3rd party, especially one not obligated to UK DP requirements. I wouldn't like to have a post-theft conversation with an insurer where I was obliged to say that I had a 3rd party system that monitored when I was not at home, regardless of data security / DP claims by the system operator . Not so much of a no brainer.



I know it's a long time since this was posted... but do you use a credit card / debit card? Potentially this data is stored and mined off shore. It shows when you're out of the house. Do you have a mobile? (Even non smart phone) this will be telling a third party when you're out of the house.
MarkyB77

So do you replace your ineffective device for one that costs the same to … So do you replace your ineffective device for one that costs the same to install but isn't as flexible or invest in something that can be smart or just can be flexible without it needing to be smart. Boost button is great, and works great, but not so great when you have to boost it again when the temp drops. but it takes 45mins to get it up to temp still. I guess people just need to try these things out for themselves.


Costs the same to install? Maybe, but it certainly costs a lot less to buy.
I'm just pointing out that this thing isn't quite as revolutionary as it might appear.
pibpob

That's why digital heating programmers have had boost buttons and holiday … That's why digital heating programmers have had boost buttons and holiday programmes for decades.



So do you replace your ineffective device for one that costs the same to install but isn't as flexible or invest in something that can be smart or just can be flexible without it needing to be smart. Boost button is great, and works great, but not so great when you have to boost it again when the temp drops. but it takes 45mins to get it up to temp still. I guess people just need to try these things out for themselves.
MarkyB77

For those of you that refer to on off switch... Imagine getting up at 4am … For those of you that refer to on off switch... Imagine getting up at 4am to get ready for flight in cold house everyone morning it's cold. Quickly turn heating on for quick blast. Then panic, time is short you rush around taxi comes early you secure house only to realise your heating is on continuous for two weeks at 21c while at airport thinking Mrs turned it off. You stress about it, you worry but then you just accept its cost you around £50 and get on with the holiday. That's a one time mistake that happens to me regularly on Saturdays and weekend breaks. To be able to just turn it off will avoid a lot of grief. However, if you are smart and savvy you won't have a problem. Also, if you don't work or don't holiday or go shopping or on day trips you won't have a problem either


That's why digital heating programmers have had boost buttons and holiday programmes for decades.
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Similar to the nest, and other smart thermostats out there, but in my opinion better for the simple reason it has geolocation - so it turns the heating off when you go out - and tu… Read more
Got the nest from JL, arrived today. Hopefully getting it installed in next day or two. Work from home so the geo-location no real need plus if you are on the way home you could use the app to start it up anyway can't you?
Trentend

I switch the heating on when I get in and off when I leave. Jackpot - … I switch the heating on when I get in and off when I leave. Jackpot - saved £178.95.



I can see you point, but you will always save money doing things manually. If we all took that view I guess we would be winding our car windows up and tuning in our TVs and Radios with twisty buttons .Personally I like the convenience of automation, and actually they are pretty good... I consider it to be money well spent. Once configured correctly you will never need to touch the thermostat again.
I switch the heating on when I get in and off when I leave. Jackpot - saved £178.95.
Just out of interest you will need the extension box if you want to control hot water, this costs extra.
Thanks ordered. +£15.92 quidco
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