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chris_elevate

Just checking. I’m having a warmup UFH wire laid and I’ve bought a Heatmiser NeoStat-e rather than a warmup thermostat. Will this be ok?

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Qwerty

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Why have you purchased a different stat? Warmup stats are the best on the market plus it will retain your guarantee
 
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chris_elevate

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Bought a neostat-e as it’s HomeKit compatible. Do warmup offer the same features?
 
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Qwerty

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Bought a neostat-e as it’s HomeKit compatible. Do warmup offer the same features?
If you mean when you say 'Alexa I'm too lazy to program my thermostat and I fancy a warm floor in 15 minutes' and then expect your home android to do it for you, then yes it is :D

Research it for yourself on the Warmup site, but here is a screenshot I just took.....

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Warmup stats are great, I always go for the 3ie as a basic and 4ie if they want more advanced set up. The new 5ie looks all singing all dancing wireless, I haven’t used one yet
 
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chris_elevate

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Looking at the neostat-e they do look better aesthetically.
 
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Neo stat is ok to use. And in my opinion, better than the warmup.
But you will need to use the floor probe from Heatmiser.it uses the same resistances.
 
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The tiler is going to use the floor probe yes. Reading about Heatmiser neostats they do sound pretty awesome. Thanks for your advice.
 

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