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Xiaomi Smart Thermostat Accuracy Indoor Temperature and Humidity Monitor £7.25 Delivered with code @ Dresslily
03/11/2018Expires on 03/11/2018Found 18th OctFound 18th Oct
Pretty significant discount on this, and I figured as a Xiaomi product it may be worth checking out. Bluetooth connection gives you remote access via the app, to get realtime views… Read more

Thanks, I will look into it. This is the reason I had avoided Xiaomi so far: the server in China/Singapore and lack of English instructions. I can't understand why they do not provide English instructions, Xiaomi became a global brand. I am not that good into smart tech, I am trying but sometimes is a struggle. My alarm system put me off and now I am looking for straight forward things, if it's too much hassle I give up:))). But I will look into your suggestions, thanks so much!!!


Do you know how this compares to the aqara temperature humidity sensor?


I got mine on offer but it’s this model - at £27 for a 1080p camera it’s still good: Only downside to this and the Mijia hardware is you need to use Mi Home app and Mainland China server which is a bit slower and still has some untranslated Chinese. You can work out what’s going on but it’s not as clear as the English-specific Yi Home app for Yi cameras.


Thanks, the camera may be a good idea, I was considering looking for another one, my alarm camera is rubbish. I was thinking of the Aqara 1080p, as it has gateway functionality. Is it a specific camera, as there are so many, thanks!


FWIW, the Mijia/Xiaomi stuff did exactly what you’re saying and what I wanted. I needed something to check the heating in my office and report back to me if an exception occurred and/or start or restart the AC. For the money, it did this perfectly. You can get the Xiaomi hub or the Mijia camera (for a little more) which has an integrated hub - I have both, the Mijia camera has nearly 180-degree view, magnetic base and looks really smart.

Vaillant vSMART Internet Room Thermostat - Combi Pack    £131.10 Excl. VAT £157.32 Incl. VAT @ Mr central heating
Found 15th OctFound 15th Oct
The vSMART internet room thermostat from Vaillant lets you control your heating and hot water anytime, anywhere from a single, easy to use app. Compatible with the entire ra… Read more
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That thermostat is sure big and ugly. It looks like ambisense is another smart heating product and is expandable and not compatible with vsmart which I think it replaces. Have to do more research on which one to go for.


This might be an option


Further research and seem Vsmart does not support heating zones :( I guess I can use those old fashion manual radiator thermostats instead.


I don't think vsmart will do zoning. Might be wrong though. Ask Vaillant tech support they are usually helpful (y)


Sounds like an idea however I don’t know haven’t looked into it myself but I am sure there are some 3rd party products that can if your boiler manufacturer doesn’t. I seem to have the minimum in that respect - radiators balanced and all with those turnable radiator valves

Found 8th OctFound 8th Oct
HIVE THERMOSTAT STAND I have never seen it as low as this price before even tho I know it’s still expensive for what it is. Was £29.99 save £7.50 (25%)
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British Gas Engineer installed Hive for me on Thursday. He ask his department why he was suddenly doing lots of installations and about the pricing and was told New Hive very soon reducing stock of present.


How do you know that?


New Hive on the way so people trying to reduce their stock of present line hence the BG rewards deal of Hive for £125 with free Amazon dot. These stands I presume won't fit next generation.


I can recommend this stand as a decent alternative. Fits perfectly and has a weighted base so very sturdy: Active Heating Thermostat Stand for Hive Active Heating Thermostat by HOLACA (Black)


Stick it on the wall. That’s what I did. After all I never touch it given the functionality of the app

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Nest Thermostat & Protect Smoke Alarm Bundle £213.93 with code @ Toolstation
Found 28th SepFound 28th Sep
Toolstation are doing a Nest Thermostat and Protect bundle for £248.93 Normally retailing around £300. But if youre quick, you can save a FURTHER £35! by using the voucher code SEP… Read more

Thanks for the tip OP. Ordered mine - being delivered Monday.


Collected this morning and installed this afternoon (y) 🏼


Glad to see others benefiting, mine just got delivered 😁


Thanks. Smoke alarm not in stock now but have taken the order


Worked for me too but the guy on the phone wasn’t convinced and had to check with colleagues. Thanks OP!

NEST Thermostat + Smoke/Carbon Monoxide Detector @Toolstation in-store (Redditch) - £213.98
LocalLocalFound 24th SepFound 24th Sep
Just saw this in store in Redditch. Unfortunately didn't have my phone with me to take a picture. This is a combination of their in-store price reduction for the Nest bundle to 248… Read more

That's what they told me at the till


Yes, but the price reduction doesn't constitute an offer as such, or so they said. Did they try to put it through the till?


Just went into store and the £35 off is "not to be used in conjunction with any other offer".


No worries, thanks for the reply.


Didn't check, sorry. There may be both options available.

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Hive Active Heating and Hot Water Thermostat with Professional Installation £159.99 @ Amazon
Found 24th SepFound 24th Sep
Amazon Deal of the Day Great price for heating and hot water - includes professional installation by British Gas
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Registered mine but still no email for the echo dot :/


New echo dot version 3 is out 11th October, won't let me get that for free, wonder if we return this one for the new one for free? LOL worth a go, great freebie either way, giving the £159 price!


Just on the Hive website. Followed the instructions to register an account. Got the verification email then 20 mins later got an email to say have a free Echo Dot. Nice surprise endeed!


This depends on area and availability of engineers - i live in North West London and I had availability showing from 1st October onwards.


wow! well done! That's a nice surprise...Where did you register?

Nest Learning Thermostat, 3rd Generation - £178.77 at
Found 14th SepFound 14th Sep
Looks like a good price compared to the one on the Nest website

Depends how big is your house mate


You don't even know how the TRVs work, do you? Feel free to come back when you know what you're talking about.


Sure buddy. New motorised valves £££ Plumber to change the valves £££ Ur carpets will get damaged from the sludge when the plumbers removed the old valves £££ How long will that take to recoup?


A single thermostat is like having one light switch for your whole home - but you only need the lights on when you're in there. There are massive savings to be had with per room control as a result.


If you can afford a system like the Honeywell evohome and then buy all smart rad valves on top then fair enough, otherwise nest is a good option if you’re on a budget.

Floureon Wireless RF Plug In Thermostat Heating and Cooling Temperature Controller TS-808 UK £8.47 Delivered with code @ Dresslily
Found 12th SepFound 12th Sep
Seems like it has a whole load of features for the price, and the wireless controller is always a bonus. Plug and Play, and automatic learning so no need to program times or schedu… Read more

We have an oil filled radiator for occasional use and I won't even use a TP Link plug on it. Not worth the risk PS: ANYONE READING THIS PLEASE DON'T LET TV REMOTES SLIP DOWN YOUR SETTEE/CHAIR CUSHIONS AS THEY CAN OVERHEAT AND BURN YOUR HOUSE DOWN!


I ordered one and cancelled after reading Amazon reviews and considering burning / not burning down my house...


Just check your home and contents and building insurance is up to date and don't worry about plugging in an electric heater into this. If the thing burns the house down your insurance might well cover it, if it doesn't burn down the house then you'll be happy about saving a few pounds. :D Personally, these things go hand in hand with words such as barge and pole. British standards goes to great lengths to try protect the public from themselves and ensure our homes our as safe as possible and these little buggers circumvent a lot of good safety protocols that we enjoy without realising it.


Same! Got some sonoff plugs from this retailer for £3 each and they were very quick on shipping and they're great quality. Also, I have had a couple of "flureon" branded things in the past and they seem OK. But I'd still never leave any kind of heating like a fan heater unattended.


Am the same (lol) (lol)

Hive thermostat - £85 @ Amazon
Found 7th SepFound 7th Sep
Hive active heating multi zone additional smart thermostat. Was £99.00 now £85:00 This deal may help someone.
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It was an o2 priority offer for even lower, look on Gumtree etc


Can’t find anything at your price I’m afraid!


Look for offers, its expired regarding where I got it from (it wasn’t even the best deal)


Well, where did you buy it from?


3 at min should suffice. Where did you purchase yours from?

Found 6th SepFound 6th Sep
Control your heating remotely via Android or iOS devices. Geolocation and text control enable you to receive heating alerts and send commands to the Hive anytime, anywhere. Functio… Read more
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Timer... Ours comes on at 7am and goes off at 10pm set at 20c. I see those new ovens that are also a fridge with cameras inside what work over WiFi. You can now cook remotely.. Why oh why.. I'm getting old


plenty of times i've left home and thought "have i just left the heating on?" i can now check on my phone. Also in cold months when driving back from being out i can turn the heating on remotely so the house is warm for when i get back :)


no, installed one last month. it just replaces your thermostat and attaches to your router, the app is also free


Thanks. Just ordered. Heat added


Mystery to me anyone would be want to buy one or is it to override family members.. They turn it up and you turn it down.. That's what I would do as cant cope with winter heating.

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 Cheers

Hive Active Heating Thermostat without Professional Installation, Works with Amazon Alexa £109.99 @ Amazon DOTD
Found 25th AugFound 25th Aug
This works with alexa! Come back to a nice warm house without ever having to heat an empty one. Hive Active Heating lets you control your heating from your smartphone with the th… Read more
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If people vote it cold, others will conform :)


Was thinking of getting it as it is the cheapest it has been. Any one know why this is being voted cold?


Got it £99 Prime Day and found fitting simple even though the old thermostat had been wired by a monkey. Tip, if your boiler doesn't feed a Common (you only have Live, Neutral, ON) you'll need to bridge Common and Live in the Hive. Lots of guides online state this isn't required and the Hive will appear to work without that, but it won't manage to turn the boiler on unless you do it (or at least not my boiler)


I followed this video when connecting to my Worcester boiler


The standard Hive guide here tells you pretty much all you need to know really - but if you get stuck, there's plenty of help on forums around. I changed over my wiring centre too since my old was from the 70s, which made the job easier and clearer. You may already have a more modern one in place.

Nest Learning Thermostat, 3rd Generation £159.99 @ The Electrical Showroom
Found 22nd AugFound 22nd Aug
I posted this last week at £164.99 but the price has dropped again, now down to £159.99 Not including instalation. With its classic eye catching design the Nest Learning Thermos… Read more

Yes its just gone up :(


Looks like its gone up by £20 now to £179.99. Anyone else seeing that?


Ok, that's great, thanks for the info. Hopefully they'll add some of their own TRV hardware and upgrade the software in the future so its all controlled from Nest and not flakey 3rd party hardware/ setups.


The Nest Thermostat controls the boiler functions rather than the entire heating system. There are many 3rd party smart valves that are controlled via an app but you would need to control these separate from the nest, either via the app or a voice controlled system such as the echo or google home. Here is an example


Good price for this.

Nest Learning Thermostat, 3rd Generation £164.99 @ The Electrical Showroom
Found 15th AugFound 15th Aug
£5 cheaper than getting this via Amazon through the same seller. Not including instalation. With its classic eye catching design the Nest Learning Thermostat learns the temperat… Read more

Me keeping my old wired thermostat on full blast is basically the same as not having one because it will never reach the full temp. There is a white box that will replace your segment timer. This box has one button on it which is a override on/off switch. The box connects to this nest thermostat and yes, basically it acts as an off switch when the heating reaches the desired temperature. It is fully programmable for on and off times for both heating and hot water. The nest guys on Facebook are fairly responsive. I had a few teething problems as the default settings work out how long it takes to get your home up to the desired, this turns your heating on before the set time so it's hot for the set time. I didn't like that so I turned that off... also if you haven't heated the hot water for over 2 hours straight in a 48 period, it pops it on for 2 hours to kill any bacteria which I turned off too.


Thanks for the reply but I don't really understand. I don't have a thermostat at all, and all the instructions I can find online reference essentially connecting into your existing thermostat in order to connect the nest. However I don't have one so I'm not sure what I would be connecting to? Based on what you're saying, thermostat is basically a clever on/off switch with some computational shenanigans going on inside. My existing segment timer is the same thing but without the smart bit. On that basis I assume the Nest somehow connects into my segment timer wiring and then adds the thermostat functionality to my system singlehandedly?


Yes. I kept my thermostat wired and just keep it on full... this cuts the heating off when it reaches the desired temp. By keeping the wired stat on full, it just acts as it's not there if that makes sense.


Folks - I managed to pick one of these up recently. My hot press currently only has a segment timer with "On/Off/Clock" settings. There is no thermostat in my house at the moment. Is this even compatible with my system? I can't seem to find an answer to this simple question anywhere - I believe (hope?) the answer is yes, it's compatible! @PAULTRD @chrisom


In my case a Worcester Bosch CDI Combi , I needed to connect 3 wires , live , neutral , & switched live from the boiler to the nest heat link . Then added a looped wire in the heat link . So my example of it being "like " wiring a plug is because of the number of connections-3 , plus my ability to read both my boiler manual & the nest manual to know where the connections go . I found it straightforward & simple

Nest Learning Thermostat, 3rd Generation £169.99 (sold by The Electrical Showroom) via Amazon
Found 15th AugFound 15th Aug
Nest 3rd Generation sold by Elextrical Showroom via Amazon £169.99 delviered. Auto-Schedule: No more programming With Auto-Schedule, Nest learns from you and programs itself Au… Read more

This Vs tado Vs hive.. what's the lowdown guys?


I'd rather wait, pay less and have it installed and get a full refund if it can't be installed for any reason


You may well be right, but many wouldnt even want to attempt something like this


If you have a combi with a wireless thermostat fitting the Nest yourself is extremely easy. No need to pay anyone.


£5er cheaper direct... oops.

Igenix IG2650 Portable Digital Oil Filled Radiator, Electric Heater with 3 Heat Settings, Adjustable Thermostat, Overheat Protection, 2500 W, White amazon warehouse deals described as like new (only 1) - £21.64
Found 13th AugFound 13th Aug
great price for a 2500 watt Igenix IG2650 Portable Digital Oil Filled Radiator, Electric Heater with 3 Heat Settings, Adjustable Thermostat, Overheat Protection, 2500 W, White
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What's digital oil?


Heaters already (horror)


Sold now back to £94.99

Nest-Black-3RD-Generation-Smart-Learning-Thermostat-and-3RD-Generation-Stand £179.28 @ Travis Perkins
Found 31st JulFound 31st Jul
Nest 3rd Gen Thermostat with stand is £179.28 on Travis Perkins

Thanks buddy


The box does have a link that you can then find local installrrs. Mine cost £80 to install.


Hi there. Can anyone comment on getting it installed? Please.


Gen 2 controls hot water as well- mine has been running since 2016 and reduced my gas bill by £250 a year since install (same usage last 2 years roughly) versus 2014-16.


I had the 1st gen and just installed the 3rd gen in my new home. Very little difference. I needed the 3rd gen as it controls hot water for a conventional system. I think 1 and 2 only do combi boilers... Great product and this is a good price.

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.


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: 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

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°-Smart-Radiator-Thermostat-Starter/dp/B01MDRBPTT/ref=sr_1_2_sspa?ie=UTF8&qid=1532793528&sr=8-2-spons&keywords=tado&psc=1

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