- Which 7 day wireless programmable thermostat?
At the mo we’ve got a simple time switch & thermostat but could do with something a bit more flexible, 7 individually programmable days with different temps set over the day, plus some sort of manual single setpoint for when we’re away. So far the Honeywell CM927 seems to be the favourite but what else is worth a look?Posted 5 years agotakisawa2Subscriber
I went for a Heatmiser one. At the time, the Honeywell ones were too big & bulky. Sits almost flush to the wall, & most importantly…it glows up blue. 🙂
Its been in for 8 or 9 yrs now. Its not a wireless one, obviously, but I notice they do offer them now. Ours does 4 timed “heating periods” throughout the day. Was about £30 IIRC. Dead easy to fit.Posted 5 years agopatriotproMember
+1 for the Honeywell.
Simple but does everything you need it to and with a blue backlit display to top it off. 🙂
I remember we had a ‘Honeywell-Bull’ at home as a kid too, only got rid of it a few years ago as my Mum had a new CH system put in, otherwise it’d have gone on forever i’m sure.Posted 5 years ago
Just got back to this, to set the temp to a constant on the Salus it is not just the flick of a switch but it is not difficult either. You scroll through the menu and adjust the 2 or 3 temperatures that go higher down a 2-3 minute job. When i do it i leave all the timings the same so it is easier when i get back.
At the end of the day you pay your money you make your choice.Posted 5 years agoheadfirstMember
The old fashioned timer dial (push-in pins in a circle) I have on my boiler is broken so currently we are turning the heating on when we wake up, which is not ideal, so my question is:
Do I need to get a new one of these timers and then one of them honeywells, or will the honeywell replace my broken timer anyway? I want something where I can have different weekday and weekend settings.Posted 5 years agoRioferMember
Can anyone recommend a wireless thermostat which also has Wi-fi? Currently just have a timer wired to the boiler in the airing cupboard so it is either on or off. I’d rather have a thermostat switching it on/off when required but don’t want to be running wires to a fixed mount.
That Nest seems to be the ideal but as it is US only not an option at the moment.Posted 5 years ago
All the teromstats mentioned above in this thread should do what you want them to do. Don’t get yourself confused with wireless and WiFi controllers.
WiFi – controlable over the internet.Posted 5 years ago
Wireless – no wires between thermostat/controller and Boiler reciever (genrally RF)
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