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7 day Digital immersion Timer
A digital immersion heater timer for hard-wired appliances. It's ideal for letting you control hard-wired appliances such as immersion heaters, so that they automatically switch off after a set period of time.
- Manual on/off Switch
- 24 hour Display
- 7 day timer setting
Features and benefits
- Up to 42 programs with a possible selection of 16 different day or block days
- Take control of your home's hot water to keep bills down
|Power voltage supply||250V|
|Standard||BS EN 60730|
Dumped after 60days
Chris of Kent - 1 year ago
Professionally installed, and then went wrong after just 60 days...so more costs for the electrician....promised much, delivered badly and overall very poor value for money
Cheap and nasty - B&Q please stock better
HomeDIYreviewer - 2 years ago
I fitted this yesterday as it was the only digital immersion timer available locally in an emergency. It has no terminal for earth wires, the markings to identify the terminals are almost invisible, there are no clamps to hold the incoming and outgoing cables. The LCD display is tiny. The best I can say is that it seems to be working.
It would be a much better experience for your customers if you stocked better quality components as an option.
Both failed within 2 years
FTA - 2 years ago
I bought two of these products which worked fine up until failure after around 24 months for each. The failure on both was that the switch repeatedly failed to automatically switch off, and stayed in the on position, requiring me to press the manual on/off switch several times in order to get it to switch off. Straight forward to program, but small display that isn’t backlit is hard to view in a dark area.
Insufficiently reliable and weird design
YorksLass - 2 years ago
I bought one of these a few years ago and already it is failing. It replaced one that had lasted 30 years! If I switch to the manual ON control and then back to the auto programme, it now will not run automatically. I think a relay/solenoid may be sticking somewhere. Sometimes it resets, but when the only alternative is to programme in an extra time or press a button called "random", it is not very useful. Who puts a "random" button on these things anyway? It is no use - what these devices need is a proper 1 hour boost button. Terrible design.
Docpox - 2 years ago
I never write reviews but this was so bad I just had to. I bought one of these (the dial/ B&Q own brand version) and it is a complete piece of junk. The wiring instructions refer to a different set of terminals than are actually on the product. I knew enough to figure this out and checked on google to find other people had also had the same experience, so I wired it the correct way but it could be dangerous for the less experienced. It works, but is really hard to see and has none of the features that the 15 year old one it replaced had. I have now changed it to one from somewhere else (after 1 month). Save your money and buy something else.