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Free Nest Thermostat Gen 3 & Free Installation With Selected First Utility Plan
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Found 20th FebFound 20th Feb
Now it's even easier for you to manage your energy.When you switch to an eligible First Utility plan you can get the Nest Learning Thermostat™, plus installation, for free . The … Read more
drewbie82 h, 2 m ago

Is it possible to sign up, wait to receive the thermostat, then switch to …Is it possible to sign up, wait to receive the thermostat, then switch to Bulb Energy who do a cheap tariff and pay your exit fees?


Maybe. The exit fee was 100 quid (50 per fuel)
Is it possible to sign up, wait to receive the thermostat, then switch to Bulb Energy who do a cheap tariff and also offer a promotion where Bulb will pay any exit fees?
Edited by: "drewbie8" 20th Feb
somaKing11 m ago

Cheers for the heads up. Will look for that tool now.

Try citizens advice. They have a tool, just plug in the anual usage figures First Util just gave you on your quote
trickytree198423 m ago

Ok, so using comparison engine, this is £173 more per year more than the …Ok, so using comparison engine, this is £173 more per year more than the next cheapets first utility deal (on my usage). £220 more expensive per year than scotish power. Its locked in for 2 years so.....I'll be cancelling and buying from screwfix


Cheers for the heads up. Will look for that tool now.
Ok, so using comparison engine, this is £173 more per year more than the next cheapets first utility deal (on my usage). £220 more expensive per year than scotish power. Its locked in for 2 years so.....

I'll be cancelling and buying from screwfix
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Nest Thermostat £179.06 @ Screwfix Battersea
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Nest thermostat £179.06 in screwfix Battersea. All other goods 10% off until 18th February.
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Scorpion1 h, 40 m ago

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


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

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


Unless you're providing a time machine....
Nest Learning Thermostat 3rd generation, silver, copper, black and white @ Electrical Showroom - £177.50
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Found 2nd FebFound 2nd Feb
Nest Learning Thermostat 3rd generation, all 4 colours available at this price. Free shipping.
Purchased a twin pack aswell as a protect, arrived well packaged and promptly. Recommended
Me neither...
hot. not sure why cold. this is cheapest price available right now
o3mar8 h, 41 m ago

Just wait till next Black Friday


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

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


Just wait till next Black Friday
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Nest Learning Thermostat & Stand - Special Offer Price of £192.98 @ The Electrical Showroom
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Nest Learning Thermostat & Stand for £192.98 from Electrical showroom. Also possible 4% cashback from via quidco. Site indicates offer ends 31st January but my order has been p… Read more
Voted hot. Includes a stand worth £30..

Also the same price for copper, white and black.
Edited by: "Chris.H" 2nd Feb
Frustrating cause they charge for delivery to Northern Ireland even though we are part of the U.K. £4.95 delivery charge....no thanks....I just cancelled my order
MattNorfolk11 m ago

Me too. Seen it cheaper than this recently too. Anything £160 and below …Me too. Seen it cheaper than this recently too. Anything £160 and below and I’ll get one I think.



Definitely worth purchasing, it learns how your house heats up pretty quickly, so never overheats.

In addition it takes into account differences in outside temperature, so when it is really cold outside the heating comes on slightly earlier in order to preheat the house to the desired temperature at a specific time.

Plus the location ring fencing means you only heat the house when you are in it!

And you can lower the temperature when your wife is at home and has it set to 20 degrees!
I have to say this was the best £134.99 I spent in 2017.
trickytree19843 h, 37 m ago

Was £150 on black friday. I'll be waiting for that price again. Voted cold


Me too. Seen it cheaper than this recently too. Anything £160 and below and I’ll get one I think.
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?
Programmable Radiator Thermostat heads to 'zone' your heating - four for £41.62 (£10.40 each) from Amazon.de
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£18.93 is Amazon UK price These solve the problem, if your house has single-zone heating with 'dumb' thermostatic radiator valves, of how to economically time-control individual r… Read more
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Thanks for a brilliant post you've really helped me out. It took a while to fiddle with these so they fitted my rads but once fitted they work great. This is a much more cost effective (and equally effective) solution than a fancy pants zone system with bluetooth.
gwapenut28th Jan

How noisy are these? I looked into them a little while ago but concluded …How noisy are these? I looked into them a little while ago but concluded from reviews that they would be too noisy for the bedroom of a light sleeper


I know what you mean, the trick is to get them to turn off when your not sleeping e.g. in the day when you are downstairs. Also co-ordinate this with your boiler thermostat.
Just installed number 1, had to use the adaptor, which then created a void so got error f2 (too much distance) after much fannying about, used the other part of the adaptor to load with 5p pieces to "bridge the gap" and now testing the timing functions.

You should expect an additional 35p per unit if you're in my situation
Edited by: "swooper7" 3rd Feb
Ordered 6 of these. Assuming you can just remove them as and when if you want to tinker with them, rather than having to program them in situ?
Bought the bluetooth version of this on Prime day as an experiment.

They well made and my single one was easy to fit as I had British Gas (Drayton I think) TRVs

App is OK, saves grovelling on the floor to program the device. I have set it up once and left it (so far) so not 100% sure that the app/bluetooth is worth it.

The only downside I have found during research and use:

> These are binary TRV's - rads are on or off. Other more expensive ones are variable. Not sure how much difference this will make as far as temperature regulation. It is installed in a bedroom so, for me, precise regulation isn't much of an issue. The fact that I can have this room heating separately to the other rooms is already a big benefit.

> No central monitoring. The app and bluetooth are only really and good for configuring the device.

For the price, this is a no brainer if you want to have basic control over rooms that are not used much.

For me, off of the back of my little experiment, I am looking at upgrading to the Drayton Wiser system. Much more functional than these TRVs, but more money. Nowhere near as expensive as the Honeywell Evohome stuff tho'
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Netatmo Thermostat £89.99 Amazon
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Been waiting for this to drop in price again. Usually around £120 Control your home temperature via your phone or Alexa.
1616french31 m ago

Just asked Alexa to increase heat by 2° and it did it.Every time I did a …Just asked Alexa to increase heat by 2° and it did it.Every time I did a search for a new device on my Alexa app it kept saying it couldn't find any.I've been messing around a few hours and it HAD already found it.She (Alexa) can be a right lying biatch sometimes


Yeah, she can be a pain, I'm sick of it finding lights twice on mine... The heating is annoying too though, you can't just ask it to turn the heating on or off or to max. Hope this gets an update of some sort.
riise3431 h, 18 m ago

You just go to skills search the Netatmo Energy skill install then …You just go to skills search the Netatmo Energy skill install then discover new devices...


Just asked Alexa to increase heat by 2° and it did it.
Every time I did a search for a new device on my Alexa app it kept saying it couldn't find any.
I've been messing around a few hours and it HAD already found it.
She (Alexa) can be a right lying biatch sometimes
riise3431 h, 10 m ago

You just go to skills search the Netatmo Energy skill install then …You just go to skills search the Netatmo Energy skill install then discover new devices...


I have and it won't find any device.
Was hoping somebody maybe know of a step by step guide or video instruction how to do it...incase I'm missing something.
Could be something simple but can't figure out what I'm doing wrong.
Can't find anything on YouTube
CarlFrench54 m ago

Has anyone got a set up guide for connecting this to Alexa?


You just go to skills search the Netatmo Energy skill install then discover new devices...
Has anyone got a set up guide for connecting this to Alexa?
GROHE 34565000 | Grohtherm 800 Shower Thermostat Shower Set £89 @ Amazon
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Great price for a thermostatic shower with good reviews and kit included.
would have bought if they had 3/4bsp inlets but these are only half inch
Edited by: "chocci" 11th Jan
These are very reliable and good quality units. I fit these in my hotel! Heat added!
We have 1 in each of our 2 bathrooms fed by a combi boiler. The first is in use for about 16 years and the other about 6 or 7 years. They have been faultless, and the thermostatic water temperature control, with its overrideable safety stop, has never let us down. I can't remember what I paid but it will have been a lot more than £89.
pffffft1 h, 48 m ago

Thankyou. So can I just take the hot and cold feed from the taps and run …Thankyou. So can I just take the hot and cold feed from the taps and run pipes to the shower or do I have to dig into the wall/retile etc...Sorry. But I'm clueless on all this... I just want to fit a shower above the bath...


You'd need to either trench into the wall, drill through or build a false wall for the pipes to go behind.

You may be better just getting a 10kw electric power shower, obviously it'll need both water and electricity connecting to It, but it's less messing around than a thermostatic shower (depending on where your mains box is is in relation to your shower).
tom61952 h, 55 m ago

Any recommendations for a similar copper alternative I'm looking for my …Any recommendations for a similar copper alternative I'm looking for my bathroom refurb.


Which bits do you want in copper? Your pipes will usually be copper but you don't want to see them. The body of the mixer will be chromed brass. Do you mean you don't want chrome effect plastic knobs? In my experience they can be good (our Bathstore ones still look like new after 7 years). You shouldn't be using abrasives on chrome whatever the base material as it will soon rub through.

Exposed copper, if they exist, would turn green (oxides of copper) unless you want to polish then every day or two!
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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-
Hive Active Heating 2 Smart Thermostat with installation at costco instore £167.98
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Hive Active Heating 2 smart thermostat with installation is available at costco in store (Watford)for 167.98. Cheapest I have found for a smart thermostat with installation at the … Read more
I think that is a major flaw if the internet goes down than the boiler remains on as with the hive will go with the pre planned schedule which is better , last thing I need is for the boiler to go on all night!
m4rky201130th Dec

Go for the Salus 500, i got it from maplins, easy to install much cheaper …Go for the Salus 500, i got it from maplins, easy to install much cheaper than hive etc and has multizone option... has a great app for smart phone etc


Is the Salus easy to install, I did have a tadi but found if you shut your WiFi the boiler would stay on, does this happen on the Salus or Hive?
CheapLife5 h, 43 m ago

5 zones?? Maybe your butler can look into it for you?


haha hes off for the festive season old chap!!

I have underfloor heating which is individual to each room, however upstairs is just one zone with radiators, hence the 5 zones
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neils319 h, 32 m ago

I have 5 zones would this cover all five ?


5 zones?? Maybe your butler can look into it for you?
m4rky20113 h, 27 m ago

Go for the Salus 500, i got it from maplins, easy to install much cheaper …Go for the Salus 500, i got it from maplins, easy to install much cheaper than hive etc and has multizone option... has a great app for smart phone etc


I have 5 zones would this cover all five ?
Hive Active Heating Smart Thermostat (without installation) - £124 @ AO
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Version for use with Combi boilers. Includes hub and receiver.
Arizolas11 h, 50 m ago

Can I ask if I got this, my house has a separate upstairs thermostat too. …Can I ask if I got this, my house has a separate upstairs thermostat too. So what else would I need to add??


You’ll most likely need hive multi zone with two thermostats and a different receiver. The additional pieces are listed at hivehome.com/pro…rol
To be honest unless you have a one bedroom flat, I would not go for this.

All it does is turn the boiler on or off to send hot water into your central heating system.

You won't have control of individual room temperatures if you have more than one room in your home.

Better to get a Tado or Evohome system where you can also replace the TRVs on your radiators, so you can control how much heat they output and hence the temperature in every room.
How do you install one of these
Smadmad1 h, 5 m ago

Wasn't this posted yesterday for £99 @ Argos?


Yes it was for multi room, will no the able to work on its own.
Smadmad43 m ago

Wasn't this posted yesterday for £99 @ Argos?


that was for Hive multi room I'm sure, you'd still need the thermostat, a separate purchase
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
Salus iT500 Smart thermostat for central heating - £39.99 @ Maplin
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Smart thermostat. Control your heating and or hot water using a smart phone or PC. I have one and paid a lot more than this. A bit like hive or nest but a fraction of the price.
Got this many many moons ago. HIve and Nest are all the rage now with their products but for the price this is ace. im still using the old app didnt know the new one was even out thanks for the heads up. It's great for switching the heating on while im at work, driving home and coming to a toasty house
Monty_Burns4 h, 25 m ago

I have one of these and looking to change it for a nest. The points at …I have one of these and looking to change it for a nest. The points at which it cuts in and out are to big. The house gets to temp and cuts out and its then feeling noticeably cold before switching back on, i'd be avoiding.


Yes! This is a fault with Salus units, even the lower tech versions. For example you set your temp at 21 degrees...it will drop to about 20' before asking for heat, and then go to about 22' before shutting off. It may not sound a great deal, but the temperature fluctuates too much and is noticeable. Radiators go cold. You need a thermostat with less differential.
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Interesting. I posted what I thought looked like a good deal and as a result of replies updated my app to a much better version that I didn't know existed. I strongly recommend updating to the new IT500 PLUS app if you have the same system.

I don't see why this wouldn't work with underfloor heating but I'm no expert.

I bought a NEST controller originally but on reading the setup instructions thought it lacked manual control features. AI is good but I wasn't convinced it would work for us so I returned the NEST and bought the much less expensive Salus. No regrets!
Monty_Burns1 h, 20 m ago

I have one of these and looking to change it for a nest. The points at …I have one of these and looking to change it for a nest. The points at which it cuts in and out are to big. The house gets to temp and cuts out and its then feeling noticeably cold before switching back on, i'd be avoiding.


That's the hysteresis. Not sure about Nest but my Netatmo can be set to 0.1 degrees Celsius which works perfectly. The temperature is almost constant.
Can this handle electric underfloor heating
Hive Active Heating with install for £150 through subscription cancellation @ British gas
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I'm aware that this has been posted before, but I want to reiterate that this deal is on par with the recent Black Friday deals for Hive inc. installation. However, it's always … Read more
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merlin7593rd Feb

Had the hive installed 2 and a half weeks ago and just rang up to cancel. …Had the hive installed 2 and a half weeks ago and just rang up to cancel. Very easy and no fuss and £150 cancellation fee paid. Very happy with this. Thanks!


Brilliant!
Had the hive installed 2 and a half weeks ago and just rang up to cancel. Very easy and no fuss and £150 cancellation fee paid. Very happy with this. Thanks!
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1616french16th Jan

Is this deal still available?And as I've not had a system like this before …Is this deal still available?And as I've not had a system like this before once you've cancelled and paid the one off £150 charge would you eventually have to pay a monthly subscription for these?


As far as I'm aware, there's been no change in the terms and conditions, so will still be available. Make a quick phonecall to BG if you're at all unsure. No, there is no monthly subscription after paying the £150 fee. The fee is a termination fee... which ends the initial subscription.
Is this deal still available?
And as I've not had a system like this before once you've cancelled and paid the one off £150 charge would you eventually have to pay a monthly subscription for these?
Sent them an email, still unable to talk to someone who can actually do something, I will call again tomorrow. Sent email yesterday
Igenix IG5250 Convector Heater with 24-Hour Timer and Thermostat 2000W £17.99 @ Amazon Prime Exclusive
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Lowest ever amazon price It Has a built in timer Its a chilly time of year.... Add a couple of quid for free non prime delivery.
It’s about 10p per kWh so if it was on constantly say whilstwarming up it would cost 20p an hour, but once it’s warmed up and the thermostat kicks in then it should be much lower than that.
summer_scent9 h, 55 m ago

Does anyone know how much these cost to run. I was once told they're about …Does anyone know how much these cost to run. I was once told they're about 45p an hour but don't know if it's true


At 45p per hour would mean you are paying 22.5p per Kilowatt for your Electricity, then you need to get a different energy supplier, but these are not recommended as your main heat source, as they are far to expensive to run. Great for quick fairly instant heat.
45p an hour sounds quite expensive! Is this a good brand? As I’ve never heard of them before 🤔
summer_scent3 m ago

Does anyone know how much these cost to run. I was once told they're about …Does anyone know how much these cost to run. I was once told they're about 45p an hour but don't know if it's true


Depends what heat setting you have it on? if it's the 2kw on highest setting constantly then yes, about that ,but remember it has a thermostat which will turn it off when the desired heat is achieved
Does anyone know how much these cost to run. I was once told they're about 45p an hour but don't know if it's true
Hive V2 Active Heating Wireless Thermostat with Professional Installation, 2 x Hive Active Plugs and Hive Motion Sensor - £247.99 @ Costco
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Hive V2 Active Heating Wireless Thermostat with Professional Installation, 2 x Hive Active Plugs and Hive Motion Sensor Take control of your heating and hot water anytime, anywher… Read more
This is about £75 more than just getting the stat installed, dunno if that's a good deal for 2 plugs and a sensor?
Hive multizone Thermostat £67.32 @ Wickes
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Was looking for an additional stat for my heating and most places don't have a discount on these specific stats but came across this on wickes with 20% off also a further 15% off u… Read more
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geraintl30th Nov

could this be used to upgrade a hive 1st generation system? as in remove …could this be used to upgrade a hive 1st generation system? as in remove the old thermostat and put this one in its place?Cheers


Need to make sure when u upgrade stat u upgrade the hub to same gen
geraintl30th Nov

could this be used to upgrade a hive 1st generation system? as in remove …could this be used to upgrade a hive 1st generation system? as in remove the old thermostat and put this one in its place?Cheers


Yes u cud..
could this be used to upgrade a hive 1st generation system? as in remove the old thermostat and put this one in its place?

Cheers
Mojo_113 h, 15 m ago

Yes, I replaced the control with the Hive receiver. The back unit is the …Yes, I replaced the control with the Hive receiver. The back unit is the same as Hive's so I didn't need to do any wiring, just unscrew the old one and click in the Hive one. It's a system boiler with heating and separate hot water tank. The Hive thermostat is able to communicate with the receiver so it turns the hot water or heating light on, but the boiler doesn't turn on for either. I think this is bcos the old thermostat is still wired on the wall so it's going off that. I tried to take the batteries out but it didn't work. Hope this makes sense.


What happens when you turn old stat on wall up to maximum? I'm guessing boiler will fire, does Hive have any control in that condition?

What model was the controller your replaced with hive?
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Zaxxan1 h, 41 m ago

Yes, but 58 miles away so the 15% discount would just about cover the fuel …Yes, but 58 miles away so the 15% discount would just about cover the fuel cost. Great deal for those that can find stock.


Amazon price matched this earlier but went OOS very quickly
Nest Thermostat 3rd Generation @ Maplin for £149.99 (£10 voucher + 5.5% TCB)
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Maplin have now price matched to £149. IF anyone not interested for Stand (as screwfix deal have free stand included), then probably they can go for this deal, where you can get £1… Read more
Got this for £135 with NUS discount. Cheers.
HUX14 h, 0 m ago

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



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

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

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


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

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



these are on bay for £100, would they work in the uk
Good deal, I got the Screwfix one with stand. Also realised waiting a year for it to drop another £30 would cost me at least double that in wasted gas! Buy now start saving.
tado° Smart Thermostat Starter Kit (v3) £149 @ Amazon
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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
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