Someone from here has experience with Netatmo and Eve Thermos and can give impressions and answer a few questions. I'm in the UK and my house is made entirely of solid brick walls, I've had the netatmo heating system for a few years and my biggest dissatisfaction is that the system eats batteries, I'm not sure, but my suspicion was due to the signal weak. I wasn't sure if this was true and if Eve's valves were better, in part because of the compatibility of the thread. The only downside is the investment in border routers that I would have to make if I decided to change.
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