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Xiaomi Mijia Smart Bluetooth Thermometer 4pcs for £12.35 (£3.09 each) delivered @ AliExpress Deals / MI-Fans Store
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Great price on these smart thermometers when you buy 4. Works out as £3.09 each. Perfect for a smart home. You can use it as a smart trigger and make automation to control other sm… Read more

Hi folks Is there any way to view the temp on all 4 of these at any 1 time? Iv tried searching if an app would do this but hitting a roadblock. Iv got hive so dont need it to be connected over the net (alexa etc) but want to see the temp whilst at home of 4 different rooms. Cheers


Brilliant idea, mine works with Alexa at the moment (maybe thanks to the hacked mi app). I need to have a look at the IFTTT. I don't have tp-link smart plug but have others. Will try to play around with them and will share the results ;)


Thanks was putting out for those that may struggle to navigate the page


You want to click download version 5.6.88 (this number will change as new updates are released so you'll have to download again). Also this would only work on Android afaik


Netatmo Smart Thermostat for individual boiler, NTH01-EN-EC [Energy Class A++] - £99.99 @ Amazon
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Posted 30th MayPosted 30th May
Was £137.35 Deal of the Day:£99.99 Ends today EASY ENERGY SAVINGS: the heating schedule saves you money and heats your home to just the right temperature. Going on holiday? Set t… Read more

Yes its subscription free, my friends were using when they were renting their homes on AirBnB / - its really good.


Isn’t Netatmo subscription free?


Good price, thanks for posting. Heat! However, go for the Nest (deal on now) or even better Tado thermostat instead...

Google Nest Learning Thermostat, 3rd Generation, Black - £150 @ Amazon
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Posted 30th MayPosted 30th May
Low price on the nest thermostat Connected programmable thermostat that lets you control your heating more efficiently. Change the temperature and more from your smartphone (iO… Read more
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You don't It is the black and brown on the 230v section towards the bottom. You should have a timer though which comes off that to the timer and then from the timer to the stat?


You need an electrician.


I have mine delivered today. Already started planning and took pictures of my current cabling. This is my boiler - Vaillant turbomax 824E (pic1) This in the controller on the wall (pic2) Thing I am not clear about is do I need any additional wires? How do I connect wires from the boiler to heat link pic1? Which wires in the current controller (pic1) control the current thermostat pic2?


Might be worth posting that as a separate discussion in discussion area. Explain how it works including any personal experience. Never come across it before and it might interest some people


You just claim your monthly bonus every month and get your £15 back...therefore membership is free.

TADO Smart Radiator Thermostat Starter Kit V3+ With 2 Add-on Smart Radiator Thermostats, £124.99 delivered at Box
Posted 29th MayPosted 29th May
Good value kit, might suit someone. WHAT IS INCLUDED? tado° Smart Thermostat 2 tado° vertical Smart Radiator Thermostats 2 sticky pads 3 AAA batteries 2 wall mounting screw… Read more

Personally I use netatmo, if this is half as good it’s worth it!


I like our Tado (we have the V3+ with _that_ subscription). It adapts the amount of time it heats based on forecast weather and how much the house loses heat over time, and its geo-fencing works reliable (provided you disable battery management for that app). It saved us a bit over 12% over the year, or a tenner a month, which doesn't sound like much but would equate to roughly a month-and-a-half 'free' heating - a month if you include the cost of the subscription (which is optional). Paid for itself. P.S. The "quattro" TRV pack at Box is 179 quid right now - not the lowest it has been, but still decent.


When on offer they can be had for about £32 each. I’d echo the other comments - the main benefits come when you fit the TRVs on all radiators. That’s what I’ve done, except I left manual valves on towel radiators as I’m happy for those to come on whenever. It’s not cheap but unlike every other smart home purchase I’ve made, this one will actually pay for itself month by month with gas savings. The main benefit when you have all the TRVs in place is that you can selectively heat individual rooms. Our house is split level and an unusual layout and some of our rooms very cold whereas others have loads of windows and get very warm in the sun. With the smart TRVs in every room, we can heat the cold rooms (both children’s bedrooms) up without wasting heating elsewhere. We twice had an engineer round to try and rebalance the traditional TRVs to remove the cold spots but they couldn’t do it.


Thought that was the case, the cost to put the system in as a whole is a bit steep I think at 50 per rad for a TRV.


I have had Tado for a couple of years now. I highly rate it. It just works in the background and is very reliable. I particularly like the geolocation setting. The heating goes off when the last family member leaves the house (based on mobile phone location). Note there is a subscription cost for the geolocation function. Also be aware that the radiator valves will call for heat in addition to the wall thermostat. This is why it can be tricky to only fit them to some radiators. I only have the Tado radiator valves in the bedrooms. They are switched off in the day so the rooms are cool for bedtime and then programmed to kick in an hour or so before the house wakes up....before switching back off again. In this scenario when the radiator valves call for heat obviously the other radiators in the house (non Tado) will heat up. Not an issue in the morning when the heating will be coming on anyway. It works really well for me.

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Nest thermostat 3rd Gen with Nest Mini £198 @ Toolstation
Posted 22nd MayPosted 22nd May
4 options of Nest thermostat to choose from and receive a FREE Google Nest mini worth £49.00 at toolstation. Seem to have loads in stock, I stumbled across this as I didn't want to… Read more
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Before Easter 169 from places like Amazon. Argos


I was hoping that nest mini would be some sort of thermostat for spare rooms but it's in fact some crappy google speaker 😔 They must change the naming or something lately ?


£174.49 for the thermostat on Amazon and £20.99 from MyMemory for the Home Mini. I'm sure I could get them cheaper if I even shopped around. Cold


Because it's expensive. Just under 170 from electrical showroom. 160 for the silver one from amazon. 180 for the white.


Mybe because it can be had cheaper from other retailers for £165,

SSE - Free Google Nest Mini and Nest Thermostat E worth £248 when you switch energy tariff + possible £85 Quidco cashback
Posted 17th MayPosted 17th May
Free Google Nest Mini and Nest Thermostat E worth £248 when you switch energy tariff with SSE + up to £85 cash back through Quidco This has to be done online through quidco and d… Read more

Has anyone with SSE not had an electricity bill had my gas normally have them together but not this time say next bill due in aug


(mad) All suppliers do that unless you are on fixed tariff. Mine with british gas also gone silently up over last year as I was on standard.


I am not sure, I don’t remember the charges at the beginning of the contract , the online bill doesn’t mention it either just how much I used (mad) very cheeky how there don’t simply put everything on your bill like a telephone or mobile contract Price increase could be the reason why as I’m sure bulb is not fixed price (confused)


glad for this reminder to check my tariff, ended up switching to 1 year fixed with British Gas with free boiler cover. £50 cheaper than bulb, eon was cheaper based on usage but that required a smart meter and it's impossible to fit without tearing my kitchen apart. I was tempted by this as I woulnd't mind a smart thermostat but I guess its more of a gimmick than somehting I would really benefit from.


Surely you had price increase in between ?

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Full starter kit with 2 radiator thermostats. I missed it last time. TADO SMART THERMOSTAT STARTER KIT V3+ WITH 2 ADD-ON SMART RADIATOR THERMOSTATS FOR MULTI-ROOM CONTROL

I think it's gone up unless you need a code?


I've ordered mine now, you don't need a plumber to fit the valves as long as you already have manual thermostatic valves you just change the top.


Can these be fitted DIY or will plumber be needed?


Thanks OP. Heat added. Tempting, but will the set get cheaper over summer.......?


Let everyone know with a new thread I am also waiting patiently for the vertical therms hitting £32 or less EA :)

tado° Smart Radiator Thermostat (Vertical Mounting) - Duo Pack £69.99 Amazon
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Posted 7th MayPosted 7th May
Additional product of the tado° Starter Kits: Add additional Smart Radiator Thermostats to your setup to control multiple radiators and zones individually Upgrade to Multi-room Co… Read more
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Patiently waiting for when it hits £32 (y) ea


Gone up to £79.90 now


Bought lol.


I have netatmo ones that are the same. Never an issue as I don't really look at the display on them. That's what the app is for


I think so. The only problem is the display will be showing sideway.

Nest Thermostat E (Grade B Used) £65 @ Cex (£1.95 P&P)
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Back in stock and £10 cheaper than previously posted! Seems like a pretty good deal considering current used prices. Obviously collection from store not available due to current … Read more

You’re correct. The Nest “E” doesn’t have a second contact/controller for hot water. We use the Nest E on our underfloor heating and have a second Nest (the non-“E” version) for our radiators and hot water.


Thanks will expire (highfive)


This is what I’ve found from researching. As above installing 3rd gen at my girlfriends that has a separate tank. Obviously there are alternative brands with different pros/cons, personally going for Nest to compliment Nest Protect fire alarm.




I’m no expert but seems pretty straight forward, requires moderate DIY skill (wiring and wall fixtures)... Would check this is compatible with your boiler, this particular model isn’t suited to systems with a separate hot water tank. I’m planning to swap this out next week with the 3rd gen one I currently have installed at my place. The 3rd gen one I’ll install at my girlfriends place that has separate hot water tank.

Hive Active Heating Multizone Smart Thermostat - Requires Professional Install - Silver £95 @ AO
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Posted 19th AprPosted 19th Apr
Create the perfect climate in your home with this smart thermostat from Hive. It lets you control your heating anywhere at any time from your phone, tablet or laptop – so when you’… Read more

1) I never had a thermostat fitted before this 2) With this it means I’m not heating an empty house 3) If it’s particularly cold outside I can make sure my house is warm before I even step through the door 4) Synced up with my hive door contacts and Phillips Hue lights 5) I can control the heating in each individual room from my phone - as my bedroom is south facing it’s usually a fair bit warmer than the other rooms - I can set the heating just so all without having to get up.


Does this come with the receiver that wires into the boiler? Already have an existing hive hub from when I moved house.


I fitted my Hive myself. YouTube has a number of videos that will show you how to install it. The only slight problem I had was with the room thermostat.


I turn ours down from my phone and she never knows !


Not sure of your home situation but we had the problem of some cold rooms and some too warm so we bought a set of 5 smart hive TRVs, enabled 'heat on demand' and for the first time this winter (since moving into our home) we've enjoyed a house that has had balanced heating throughout. I honestly couldn't be happier with the whole hive setup as it is now

tado° Smart Thermostat Starter Kit V3+ - Intelligent Heating Control - £94.94 @ Amazon
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Posted 18th AprPosted 18th Apr
tado° Smart Thermostat Starter Kit V3+ - Intelligent Heating Control £94.94 @ Amazon Description tado° Smart Thermostat Starter Kit V3+ - the smart way to control your heatin… Read more

Thanks very much I'll have a look


Check out Drayton Wiser. After a lot of research I went for Drayton Wiser 18 months ago. Fantastic bit of kit at a very good price.


I'm guessing that this is a similar bit of kit to Hive or Nest only cheaper? If so is there one which is better than the others or are they all pretty much the same? Thanks


That box is the extension kit. Check here if you need one.


Tado are happy to check that it is compatible for your boiler. Compatibility article and contact link ...

Hive Active Heating Thermostat with Hub & Receiver - self install - £124.99 @ Amazon
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Heating Boost - For up to six hours Heating Schedules - Set up to 6 daily time slots Automatic Frost Protection - Helps prevent frozen pipes Holiday Mode - Tell Hive your holida… Read more

£139 now


probably the best advice for most too, had a mate that decided to diy and got blew out of a window, not kidding either im gonna wait for the install package to come around


Thanks, thought it was better to be safe than sorry as I didn't want to give out illegal advice and have people work on boilers directly since it's not simple either


yeah i was thinking its not just a simple swap out. For info though anyone can do 'some' work on their boiler although NOTHING that would affect gas work, i can remove the cover and swap the circuit board for example or fix a leaking water joint, not that id do any of it as I'm kack handed and would only make it worse but your statement isn't quite true


By law, any gas device can only be worked on by a Gas Safe qualified engineer and since receiver is built into boiler, only professionals can work on it This isn't a straight swap like mine so you need professional advice and fitting

tado° Smart Thermostat Starter Kit V3+ - Intelligent Heating Control, Easy DIY Installation £103.95 @ Amazon
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About this item Always enjoy the ideal temperature in any room with the Smart Schedule and keep a healthy climate at home Control your heating from anywhere with the tado° app, red… Read more

You can pick this up from a number of retailers for £110, so whilst it's cheaper it's not the saving from £199 as stated :)


It doesn’t make a lot of difference to me as I have a young family and the house is occupied 90% of the time. Tado V3+ without subscription will still send you notifications asking if you want to turn the heating off/on. You only have to tap one button. If for example we have a babysitter round and both adults with activated tado apps leave the property we can leave the heating on when the notification pops up. There are ways around it with the subscription (leave a phone at home or manually change the settings) but I think the notification system works better for us. If you are judging systems the same way (excluding IFTT as it isn’t part of the Hive system) it works the same as Hive. As I said before I can see automated geofencing working well for some, maybe couples with busy social lives or houses with single occupancy or older families with no particular routines for scheduled heating but for me the notification system works perfectly. Previously I couldn’t adjust the heating remotely and now I can and that was the main feature I wanted. At the end of the day it depends on personal preference and the activity of your household. If you have the subscription based or V3 Tado you also get the open window/door detection which would be a benefit for most.


Unless I've misunderstood the distinction I can't see what the point of non-automated geofencing is. If it doesn't automatically use the information on where members of the household are to alter the heating then I would expect for most people there is almost no value. I wouldn't agree that without subscription it is the same as Hive. Hive can, for free, work with IFTT to do automatic geofencing. Can't judge it as a system as I don't use it but that seems to work well from info I am aware of.


In my house I have 2 zone heating with 2 therms. Hive often do deals with multzone (2 or more therms) but I never seen a deal with these with Tado? Anyone ever seen one? I know you can get the controllers for the radiators but I need the actual thermostats. Thanks in advance :)


With the version 3+ you still get geofencing, the subscription is need if you want automated geofencing. Without the subscription it works the same as Hive etc. I prefer not to have the geofencing automated but I can see it would be useful for some people.

Tado Thermostat (Vertical/Horizontal) £39.99 // 2 x Vertical £69.99 // Tado Extension Kit £49.99 + 6 month Spotify Premium @ Currys
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6 month Spotify Premium only with single thermostats and extension kit (don't know why double pack is missing that bit (confused) ) Tado Thermostat Add-on Vertical £39.99 Tado… Read more

Has this setup in two houses over 4 years now, both with multi zone thermostats. The wiring instructions are a doddle and the radiator ones allow me to add additional zones. It allows me to heat the girls bedroom via the app and check on the temperature in their rooms and also the humidity. With window detection it also saves on costs so as they get older and maybe leave a window open the app will shut off the heat to the room for me.


The priced are higher when I click through. The extension kit is coming up at £79.99, twin pack of TRV's £119 via your links. Is there a code that should be put in?


It randomly goes on and off. It used to heat up the radiators boiling there is no cut off at times. I had set it to the minimum but it would heat up to max and wouldn't cut off so I would have to adjust it by hand. You can check the amazon reviews others are complaining about the overheating problem.


If you ask if the would work separately then yes you can use both (tado TRVs and Hive) but there will be no communication between them so it's pointless ;)


Does it not work with Hive?

Nest Thermostat E (Grade A Used w/ 2yr Warranty) Only £76.95 Delivered @ CEX
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Grade A for a tenner more - Grade B… Read more


Was that Twitter?


Used their online chat facility. It didn't have an option for thermostats but I just selected one of the other options


I received mine, worked fine for a week, then stopped working. How did you manage to get a replacement, as i can't get through to anyone at nest.


Bought mine, A grade. As new no issues.

Hive Active Heating Multizone Smart Thermostat - £95 @ AO
Posted 11th AprPosted 11th Apr
Requires professional install. Silver. AO.COM SKIP TO CONTENT MY ACCOUNT Next day delivery, 7 days a week Hive Active Heating Multizone Smart Thermostat - Requires Professi… Read more

Its cheaper on Hive's website


Gaaaah! I must be having a senile/blond/lockdown (perm any one, two or three) moment. Yes, I meant Hive. I'll just go have a lie down in a darkened room.


If you don't need control outside of the home these do work without a hub. This is a BG branded unit, no hub.


This isn't a Nest.


OK cheers for that (y)

Tado Smart Thermostat Starter Kit V3+ With 2 Smart Radiator Thermostats / Alexa, Google Assistant & Apple Homekit Compatible £124.99 @ Box
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A really popular kit from what I've seen. Box have reduced it down to £124.99 delivered and includes everything listed below. Free delivery should automatically be selected before … Read more

back to £124.99 again


I have a combi boiler in the garage connected to an RF receiver, with a honeywell wireless thermostat in my lounge. How can I replace it with a tado?


I think you can still get the V3 or prior and upgrade for a fixed price to avoid the subscription. Lots of annoyed ppl on Amazon reviews, my guess is they will eventually upgrade us for free or pile more features on V3+ making it worth it. They really want to improve their stats to get people on V3+.


Some features that were included in V3 are now subscription based in V3+


What's the issue with V3+ in that case?

Hive Active Heating Multizone Thermostat - £66 @ Ocado
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Note: this is not the full Hive Thermostat. This is an add on for a second zone. You need to already have the Hive Thermostat and Hive Hub for this to work. Spotted this in Ocado'… Read more

Yes it will :) I did the same and sold the receiver on eBay as I didn't need it ;)


Will this replace a faulty existing hive thermostat if I leave the hub as is? Just pair them together?


I Cheers, ATU. I don't have a multi zone set up, at least I have no need of it and have never, knowingly, set it up. Is it possible to do this by accident and that's where my problem lies? How would I determine if I had?


The 'Ready By' feature isn't available with hive multi zone set ups sadly, no idea why not.


Had missed that, thanks. Just deleted and downloaded the app again but everything is the same. Hmmmmmm.

Refurbished HIVE Active Heating Control your home's heating and hot water wherever you are £108.20 with code - at eBay currys_clearance
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Refurbished HIVE Active Heating Control your home's heating and hot water wherever you are £108.20 with code - at eBay currys_clearance
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Most times,but when you’re not an electrician and your plumber has wired your stat up cockeyed then you’ll wish you hadn’t attempted it yourself,also there are some scary YouTube videos one in particular with the fish tank under his boiler that is just so rough! He tests to see if wires are live with a neon screwdriver! One more thing as regards the “professional “ installation don’t for one minute think the fitters going to spend ages hiding cables etc,I’ve seen one where the cables were draped along desktops and routers and looked a right dogs dinner!


Aha so if it’s refurbished that would undoubtedly involve a factory reset especially required if say it had been registered to someone yes? “But” according to Hive that cannot be done so as to stop people selling the hubs secondhand,sounds like they are taking a leaf out of Apples book yes?


Awesome deal


I did that watched YouTube found my boilers manual of net and installed it.


Watch some YouTube tutorials and there you go.

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