Drayton Wiser Multizone Kit 2 – Heating & Hot Water

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Drayton Wiser Multizone Kit 2 – Heating & Hot Water

Overview & Key Features

If you have a conventional boiler (one where you have a separate hot water tank) you will need the Wiser Multi-zone Kit 2. This has 2 channels – one for your hot water and one for your heating. Kit 2 allows you to schedule your room thermostat and radiator thermostats via the Wiser Heat app.

 

Kit contains:

1 x Room thermostat
1 x 2 channel Heat Hubᴿ
2 x Radiator Thermostats
1 x Thermostat stand
1 x Thermostat wall bracket
6 x AA batteries
1 x OpenTherm module
1 x Wallplate
2 x M30x1.5mm ring nut
2 x Drayton valve adapter
2 x Danfoss RA valve adapter

 

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Current Price £199.992nd October 2018
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  • All prices mentioned above are in British pound.
  • This product is available in Amazon.co.uk, Plumbnation, Wickes DIY UK, B&Q, Cityplumbing.co.uk, eBay, Screwfix, Priorityplumbing.co.uk, bt.com.
  • At amazon.co.uk you can purchase Drayton Wiser Multizone Kit 2 – Heating & Hot Water for only £199.99, which is 28% less than the cost in Screwfix (£278.29).
  • The lowest price of Drayton 2-Channel Smart Radiator Thermostat Control Kit White was obtained on 2nd October 2018 8:00 am.
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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...

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 will be available from September from a range of stockists, including ScrewFix, B&Q, Wickes as either separate components or in various kits: WISER Thermostat Kit 1 (Heating) RRP £139.99; WISER Thermostat Kit 2 (Heating & Hot Water) RRP £149.99...

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...

 

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8 Total Score
A simple and cost effective way of adding multi-room heating control to your home

There are alternatives out there with better functionality, however if its simple affordable heating control on a budget that directly controls the radiators, the Wiser controller kit from Drayton is probably the best way to go.

PROS
  • Excellent value (compared to others)
  • Individual radiator control
  • Simple controls
  • Clean and friendly app
CONS
  • Basic app control (no permanent mode)
  • No geofencing support
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  1. Drayton Wiser Multizone Kit 2 – Heating & Hot WaterThe bottom line. I really like this system and having researched all the major systems for weeks prior to buying I would certainly buy this again.The app and security need improving and it would be good to see some logs and statistical information, hence only 4 stars. It’s definitely a 5* product once the app and security matures.The Good.The system works very well – I love the granular control it provides. Much better than Nest at keeping room temperatures constant – I returned Nest as rooms were either too hot or too cold.Having individual radiator controls with each being able to turn the boiler on/off gives excellent control and will save money if used wisely.Radiator valve are reasonably priced by comparison to competitors (SF selling them for 35 pounds each) and if you already have thermostatic valves you will probably only need to replace a few of them. I ran the system beneficially with just the two valves that came with the kit, I have since ordered two more but will probably leave the remaining rooms on the old valves as they are not used often.Some reviews mention issues with Danfoss RAS-C valves but we have these valves on all radiators and I haven’t had any issues with them. I would say though that you need to read the instructions and follow them to the letter – installation isn’t difficult but if you try and wing it you will come unstuck. Follow the instructions and its a breeze. Each radiator valve takes a minute or so to change and if you have the standard wiring block there isn’t any rewiring. All I had to do was unclip the old controller unit and clip in the new one – if you have a different wiring block you will need to wire in the new block but it shouldn’t be difficult in most cases. I left our old wall thermostat in place for now, provided its left at max setting it keeps the circuit open and doesn’t interfere with Wiser. Obviously get an electrician unless you know what you are doing.The radiator valves make a very brief brrrrp noise when they open/close but I haven’t found it obtrusive, in fact I haven’t noticed it since putting the system in and we have a valve in the bedroom where it would be most noticeable. Depends how sensitive you are to that sort of thing but they are certainly quieter than electric valves I have used in the past.Not so GoodThe App needs improvement. The scheduling is very good and easy to use but much of it is not intuitive. It appears to have been designed by a developer rather than a designer – for example there are several ways to accomplish the same thing which just complicates things.My main complaint about the app is that it is clunky and not intuitive – hopefully this will improve with subsequent releasesWe got a new router on Xmas eve and I had to put the new Wi-Fi access code into Wiser which was easy enough, however this required me to log out of my Wiser account and I couldn’t remember my PW to log back in. I tried the PW reset several times which should have emailed me a temporary PW but didn’t work. The system should have kept running the schedule but whilst the heating seemed to do so the hot water zone, which had been on constant (using the cylinder thermostat for control) turned itself off. So Xmas morning we had no hot water until I manually turned it on using the main controller. I eventually remembered my password but only after trying to get in a dozen times or more – I would have expected the security to lock down before so many attempts which is a security concern. Another security concern is that if multiple family members need access to the App they need to share account and password details – sharing accounts is never a good idea and needs fixing.All in all its a great system.

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