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Recommendations for decent wireless thermostat and reciever £60-£80 mark?

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by Anderson69, 29 Nov 2017.

  1. Anderson69

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    Hi everyone looking to purchase a programmable wireless stat the one we have the now isn’t programsble and is a sh!tty Salus one that the guy just put on when fitted it looking to get a new one a bit better around the £60-£80 mark any recommendations would be very helpful
     
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    Champagne ideas, beer money...
    The Honeywell T4R is good. You're not going to get anything decent for that kind of budget I'm afraid
     
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    Is there anything in that budget better that the rubbish salus one I have? It would that be anything is better I’ve kind of read and get the feeling the salus is absolute sh!t
     
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    Plumbcentre own brand one its 53 plus vat ,its rebadged Honeywell and very good
     
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    any idea what it’s called?
     
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    They only do the one under there own brand product code is 340010
     
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    Is it the centre wireless programmable room stat at £63.60 inc vat? And have you used them are they decent enough?
     
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    Just seen that’s the one, you know if any good?
     
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    Na I only put very good , for the crack . ;)
    Yes fitted dozens and dozens simple to fit simple to use
     
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    HA ha ok no probs looks perfect to be fair is it 2 or 3 wire just can’t see it saying anywhere? Sorry for all the questions!! And thanks for all your help with this also like the fact it’s on different Mghz so doesn’t interfere with other frequency’s as the salus is picking up my neighbours 2 down lol and to be fair the salus isnt programsble that we have
     
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    Go onto screw fix site have a look at Honeywell cmt921 its basically same stat and the wiring instructions etc are all on there
     
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    Your a bloody star mate cheers again for this, enjoy the rest of your day amigo
     
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