"Wireless" involves wires, and "wired" means no wires - right?
Have I totally misunderstood? If you buy the "wired" Starter Kit, it doesn't actually include anything with any wires in. But if you buy the "wireless" Starter Kit, then it comes with a wireless receiver which you do actually wire into your boiler. Surely they've got the terms wrong - haven't they?
I bought a wired starter kit becuase, as it said on the Tado site, I was "replacing a wireless thermostat." But it's come without an extension pack, so there's no way to get it to talk to my boiler. Do I need to get a Wireless Receiver so my smart thermostate can talk to my boiler?