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Re: Hive Thermostat
« Reply #15 on: 28 November 2017, 07:08:41 »

Put a jumper on!  ;D

I know I'm being a soft southern shandy arse, but there's also the added benefit of being able to turn the heating on while I'm away if we get an arctic blast!  :y

My central heating programmer has a 'fall back' temp. I have it set to 15c, so if the house temp drops to below 15c when the heating is set to off, the heating automatically comes on. Maybe a controller like this would suit  :y
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Re: Hive Thermostat
« Reply #16 on: 28 November 2017, 10:17:47 »

I probably need to buy a new phone as well.  :-\

My elderly Sony Xperia T (2013) is constantly telling me it's full (of crap) and every time I delete apps I don't need, clear the caches, or uninstall updates on apps that I can't delete, it instantly starts updating other stuff which fills the space that I've just cleared.  ::)  :(
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« Reply #17 on: 28 November 2017, 10:30:09 »

Put a jumper on!  ;D

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Re: Hive Thermostat
« Reply #18 on: 04 December 2017, 23:54:10 »

I have just had hive heating fitted , the time clock unit has been replaced for a hive controller we now have a new thermostat which is wireless and can be moved about .
All the setting is now done on my iPad on the hive ap .
It seems to be working well .
I also use hive to control the lights around the house  and I have a couple of the hive cameras  .
The cameras are good I think they let use keep an eye on the house , I got them mainly due to a problem neighbour 🙄
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Re: Hive Thermostat
« Reply #19 on: 05 December 2017, 07:17:56 »

With regards to the heating side of things, my stat stays on 21° for most of the year (sometimes 22°), and I just forget about it. Gets a bit warm in bed sometimes, but I can cope.  ;D
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Re: Hive Thermostat
« Reply #20 on: 05 December 2017, 09:16:29 »

With regards to the heating side of things, my stat stays on 21° for most of the year (sometimes 22°), and I just forget about it. Gets a bit warm in bed sometimes, but I can cope.  ;D

You want to try living with my Mrs, then! If it's a tiny bit too warm "It's very warm in here, isn't it?". Tiny bit too cold, "It's very cold tonight, isn't it?" ::)
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