Coolblue expects sharp rise in sale of smart thermostats

Thursday 29 June 2017 | 19:13 CET | News
Coolblue has told Telecompaper that it expects to sell almost a third more smart thermostats this year. The Dutch retailer declined however to provide specific figures. Spokeswoman Chantal Mooyman said more smart thermostats were getting sold than traditional thermostats. Coolblue is seeing a large demand for smart, thermostats from Nest, Tado and Honeywell, especially among men aged 25-54, for their homes.

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