I’m a smart home expert and this is what I’m buying in the Hive summer sale

The Hive summer sale is live with up to 30% off smart thermostats, sensors and more

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Looking to update your smart home? Lucky for you, smart home brand Hive is currently running its summer sale, with up to 30% off its award winning devices, including smart thermostats, sensors, EV chargers, lighting and much more.

Hive recently hit a huge milestone of 2 million users and counting, and to celebrate, the brand has discounted its extensive collection of smart home products. Hive is best known for its range of best smart thermostats, with its Hive Thermostat Mini winning Best Smart Energy Product at the T3 Awards 2023.

As a smart home expert, I couldn’t recommend Hive enough and its summer sale is the best place to look for cheap smart home deals.

Shop the full Hive Summer Sale

In the Hive summer sale, shoppers can save up to 30% on the popular Hive Thermostat Mini, its EV charger, smart plugs, sensors and smart lighting. There are plenty of smart pack discounts available in the sale and options to buy products with or without a Hive Hub. And not only can you save money on a new smart home device but Hive devices are energy efficient and can help you cut down the costs on your monthly bills.

The Hive summer sale is live now and ends on 10th August 2023. To help you narrow down your choices, I’ve rounded up the best smart home deals from the Hive summer sale below.

Hive Thermostat Mini: was £119

Hive Thermostat Mini: was £119, now £89.25 at Hive
Now under £90, the Hive Thermostat Mini is small but mighty, and allows you to control up to six heating zones around the home, set up schedules and customise everything conveniently and from any location. See the Hive Thermostat Mini specs for more details.

Hive Motion Sensor: was £29

Hive Motion Sensor: was £29, now £20.30 at Hive
Get 30% off the Hive Motion Sensor in the Hive summer sale. This motion sensor alerts you to any movement in your home while you’re away so you can have a better peace of mind while you’re out and about. It can also be connected to other Hive devices for more seamless control of your smart home.

Hive E27 / B22 Smart Light Bulb: was £19

Hive E27 / B22 Smart Light Bulb: was £19, now £14.25 at Hive
Featured in our list for the best smart bulbs, the Hive E27 / B22 smart light bulb can be controlled via the Hive app or voice control. You can choose from three different bulb styles (dimmable, tuneable and colour) and once they’re installed, you can easily turn them off and on, create schedules and customise every aspect of your lighting.

Hive Active Plug: was £39

Hive Active Plug: was £39, now £27.30 at Hive
Get the Hive Active Plug for just £27.30 at Hive. Rated as one of the best smart plugs on the market, the Hive Active Plug fits into your wall socket and makes your appliances smart. With a tap of the app, you can turn on your coffee machine, iron and lamps ready for when you get up in the morning or go out at night. 

Hive Radiator Valve: was £59

Hive Radiator Valve: was £59, now £44.25 at Hive
For more control of your heating, the Hive Radiator Valve lets you manage your heating room by room from your smartphone, and now it’s 25% off. It fits on your current radiator and unlocks many exciting smart features. 

Hive Hub: was £60

Hive Hub: was £60, now £45 at Hive
Save £15 on the Hive Hub in the Hive summer sale. To connect all your Hive devices together in one, the Hive Hub does all of these for you so you can manage them remotely from your phone, tablet or laptop.

Bethan Girdler-Maslen
Home Editor

Beth is Home Editor for T3, looking after style, living and wellness. From the comfiest mattresses to what strange things you can cook in an air fryer, Beth covers sleep, yoga, smart home, coffee machines, grooming tools, fragrances, gardening and much more. If it's something that goes in your house, chances are Beth knows about it and has the latest reviews and recommendations!

Having always been passionate about writing, she’s written for websites, newspapers and magazines on a variety of topics, from jewellery and culture, to food and telecoms. You can find her work across numerous sites, including Wedding Ideas Magazine, Health & Wellbeing, The Bristol Post, Fashion & Style Directory, TechRadar, CreativeBloq and more. In her spare time, Beth enjoys running, reading, baking and attempting craft projects that will probably end in disaster!