Drayton Wiser Radiator Thermostat

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Current Price £40.5119th June 2018
Highest Price£42.4828th December 2017
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£40.5115th June 2018
£39.9915th January 2018
£42.4828th December 2017
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Drayton Wiser review

Drayton Wiser review

29th November 2017 - Tech Advisor

One name you've probably heard of is Drayton, one of the biggest brands in UK heating systems. Its Wiser system aims to make the upgrade from dumb to smart heating as simple as possible, while also giving you a system that's both easy to use as well as...

Drayton Wiser

Drayton Wiser

28th October 2017 - TrustedReviews

Room-by-room heating systems, which give you control via smart radiator thermostats, are usually very expensive to get started with, as you can see from the Honeywell Evohome. Not so with the , where a starter kit that includes a smart...

Wiser smart heating makes it easy to control your central heating room-by-room

Wiser smart heating makes it easy to control your central heating room-by-room

15th August 2017 - Pocket-lint.com

Wiser is a completely new brand from British heating company Drayton, which itself is part of Schneider Electric. The new Wiser system has been designed to make controlling the radiators in your home easy, with the overall goal to save you money. Best...

 

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Part Number WV704R0A0902
Item Weight 240 g
Product Dimensions 6.1 x 12 x 9.5 cm
Batteries: 2 AA batteries required. (included)
Item model number WV704R0A0902
Colour White
Style Radiator Thermostat
Power Source Battery powered
Voltage 1.5 volts
Item Package Quantity 1
Number Of Pieces 6
Head Style Philips
Measurement System Metric
Included Components 1 Radiator Thermostat; 2 AA Batteries; 1 M30x1.5mm ring nut; 1 Drayton Valve Adapter; 1 Danfoss RA Valve Adapter
Batteries Included? Yes
Batteries Required? Yes
Battery Cell Type Alkaline
Weight 240 Grams
ASIN B075GNG6QF
Customer Reviews 3.6 out of 5 stars 13 customer reviews
Best Sellers Rank 36,923 in DIY & Tools (See top 100) #849 in DIY & Tools > Building Supplies > Heating & Cooling
Shipping Weight 240 g
Delivery Destinations: Visit the Delivery Destinations Help page to see where this item can be delivered.
Date First Available 8 Sept. 2017
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Reviews

2 Comments
  1. Looks great and so easy to install. Took me only a few minutes to get the hub and wall thermostat connected and paired. Then I fitted the radiator thermostats which were just as easy and quick to do. They look really neat and unobtrusive and they fitted straight on to my existing Honeywell valves where the old TRV heads were located. I particularly like the fact the indicator LED’s only glow for a short while when you make manual adjustments, so they don’t become a distraction in the room. Some others I’ve seen have displays and buttons all over them which I personally would find quite an irritation. The motors within are nice and quiet too! I find the app really easy to use and its very intuitive. There’s also some handy features such as the heating and hot water boosts which you can set the time periods for and the ‘away from home’ setting which means I can turn everything off ( or as I’ve done set it back to 17 degrees) when I’m not here or away for any length of time. I’ve been looking to do this sort of thing for a while now and as yet of not found anything that fits the bill within my budget….But Wiser ticked all the boxes. A great system and a really easy install.

  2. Started off with just the Drayton Wiser Multizone Kit 2 which controls hot water and central heating along with one zone thermostat and decided to buy a 3 radiator thermostats after installing the kit. Since then I have bought a further 11 radiator thermostats so every radiator in the house is now controlled independently which is such a bonus, to give you an idea of what I mean my daughter gets up at 6:20 AM so her radiator comes on at 6:15 AM and her bathroom radiator comes on at 6:20 AM so the rooms are warm as she needs them. likewise our bedroom radiator comes on at 6:45 AM and our ensuite at 6:50 AM and 30 minutes later when we dressed and ready the hallways come on and the kitchen five minutes after that just as the bedroom radiators are turning themselves off.I know it’s costly having each radiator independent with thermostat and they are cheaper if you look around but the flexibility it gives you is unavailable, like someone’s said before takes 10 minutes to install the control panel which is just to screws into the back plate and then download the app for your phone and register the system, each radiator valve takes no longer than five minutes to install only time-consuming part of the insulation is setting up each radiator on the app for which times you want it to switch on and off and what heat you want it set at.The only slight negative is our route is in the far corner of our house and does reach all the radiator valves but on the top floor it’s only one bar reception so I have bought a cheap Wi-Fi booster for 15 quid which now put them all on four bars out of five.I’m in the building trade and have seen the hive system installed by plumbers on jobs I’ve worked on and decided to go for the Drayton wiser system as I could fit it myself to the existing system and now in hindsight I would of still choosing it over hive due to its flexibility, control and ease of installation which any one that can download app and tighten up to screws can do.PS keep all your old radiator valves and thermostat control box has when you move home you can put them back on and take this system with you and fit it to your new property if needed. Will save you hundreds of pounds in buying new equipment along with I feel a considerable amount of money by having heating on only when you need it.Update after a month of use. Still really impressed with the system couple bugs which are annoying firstly they have updated the app which is a lot better but still very temperamental.Secondly it’s dropped a teo of radiators due to my poor wifi signal but resolved it by getting a cheap Wi-Fi booster and quite easy to reset them just a case of turning the valve to right side for about 20 seconds to it flashes red eight times and then just go through the normal set up procedure again and has been fine since.

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