|Item Weight||1.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||3.2 x 3.2 x 1.6 inches|
|Item model number||T100577|
|Batteries||1 Nonstandard Battery batteries required.|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Certification||Energy Saving Thermostat|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium Ion|
|Warranty Description||5 year limited hardware|
Nest Learning Thermostat - 1st Generation T100577
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- This is the original Nest. It's beautiful, simple to use, can be controlled from your smartphone and works in about 75 percent of homes
- Auto-Schedule - Nest remembers the temperatures you like and programs itself
- Auto-Away - Nest saves energy by automatically turning itself down when you're away
- Remote Control - Connect Nest to Wi-Fi to control it from your smartphone, laptop or tablet
- Energy History - See how much energy you've used and what affects your energy use most
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From the Manufacturer
We didn't think thermostats mattered either.
Until we learned they control about 50% of our home's energy bill. That's as much as the refrigerator, lighting, TVs, stereos and computers combined.
Traditional thermostats tend to waste a lot of energy, mainly heating and cooling your home when no one's there.
We designed Nest to learn from you. As a result, 99% of Nests have schedules that work with your life. And when life doesn't go according to schedule, Nest can help:
- Forgot to turn down the thermostat before you left the house? Auto-Away will automatically do it for you.
- Dreading the summer heat? Airwave keeps you just as comfortable but runs your AC up to 30% less.
- Coming home early from a weekend away? Use your phone to adjust the temp on your way.
You'll spend on average $30,000 heating and cooling your home over the 20-year life of your system. In that time, the Nest Learning Thermostat, which takes 30 minutes to install and programs itself in a week, can save you $6,000.
Let's stop wasting energy.
That beige box on your wall controls about half your energy bill, but huge amounts of that are wasted heating and cooling empty homes. Programmable thermostats were supposed to help, but only 11% of people program them. They're too complicated.
So we made Nest simple: turn it up, turn it down. Nest will remember what you like and help you save energy.
Living with Nest.
Day 1: We've made installation easy. Even if you've never even considered installing a thermostat. If you're comfortable installing a light fixture, you can install Nest yourself. Most people install Nest in 30 minutes or less. Or, a professional can help.
Day 2: Learning starts once Nest is up and running. Turn it up when you're home, turn it down when you leave and in a few days Nest will have learned your schedule.
Day 6: Life doesn't always go according to schedule, so Auto-Away kicks in when you leave home unexpectedly. Energy History shows you how much energy you've used daily.
Day 7: The Nest Leaf appears when you're saving energy. Changing the temperature just one degree can save you up to 5%. The Leaf guides you in the right direction.
Day 8: By now, Nest has made a schedule for your home. One-off temperature changes won't confuse it, but change the temperature a few days in a row and Nest will catch on and adjust its schedule. When you teach Nest well, you can save up to 20% on your heating or cooling bill.
Day 90: Now that summer's here, it's time to switch from heating to cooling. Nest will start building a new schedule, just like it did in your first week. As you turn on cooling, Nest's Airwave technology can cut your AC runtime up to 30%.
Day 365: Teach Nest well and it'll not only pay for itself, but continue saving year after year.
Control your Nest Learning Thermostat from anywhere.
Control your home's temperature from your laptop, smartphone or tablet when you connect Nest to Wi-Fi. You'll be able to see and adjust your schedule, change the temperature and check energy history from anywhere. Plus, Nest's software will automatically update.
Keep track of how much energy you use in Energy History and get a monthly email summary of how your energy use is changing with the Nest Energy Report.
Nest is secure, private, and reliable. Its security features include HTTPS, SSL and 128-bit encryption.
Programs itself. Saves energy.
Nest is the first thermostat that learns from you. Teach it well to stay comfortable at home and save energy when you're away.
Programmable thermostats are frustrating to program, so most people don't or they create schedules that don't match their lives. Nest automatically programs itself in about a week. It creates a personalized schedule based on the temperature changes you've made and continually adapts to your life.
Airwave automatically turns off the AC a few minutes early, but keeps the fan running. Nest's humidity sensor activates Airwave. When indoor humidity is low, Airwave can cut your AC's runtime up to 30%.
Want to know if you're saving energy when you change the temp? The Nest Leaf appears when you turn Nest to a temperature that's energy efficient. It guides you in the right direction. A 1-degree change can save you up to 5% on your energy use.
Nest's activity sensors have a 150 degree wide-angle view, so that it works in most locations. About two hours after you've left the house, Nest will sense you've gone and automatically adjust the temperature to avoid heating or cooling an empty home.
Energy History shows you how your energy use changes on a daily basis. Check Energy History to see how much energy you save and why— your adjustments, Away, or the weather.
Time to Temperature
Turning the temperature up higher doesn't heat the house any faster, so Nest helps you save by showing you how long it'll really take to reach the temperature you want. Nest has three temperature sensors to track your home's heating and cooling.
Easy to Install
If you're comfortable installing a light fixture, you can install Nest yourself. Three out of four people install Nest in 30 minutes or less.
Too busy? Professional installation is also available at 855-4MY-NEST.
At home in most homes.
Nest is compatible with:
- 24 volt heating and cooling
- Gas, oil, electric, solar, geothermal systems
- Conventional heating, one-stage or two-stage
- Conventional cooling, one-stage
- One-stage heat pump with auxiliary heat
- Zone systems with or without dampers
- Wi-Fi required for remote control and software updates
- Common "C" wire not needed in 99% of installations
- R, Rc, Rh, W1, Y1, G, O/B, AUX/W2, C wires
To make sure Nest works in your home, use Nest's compatibility check. NOTE: This link will take you away from Amazon.com.
Here's the technical info for the Nest Learning Thermostat.
- Mass = 198g / 7.0oz
- Diameter = 81.2 mm / 3.2 in
- Height = 40.6mm / 1.60 in
- RoHS Compliant
- Mercury Free
- 100% Recyclable Packaging
Inside the box
- Nest Learning Thermostat
- Installation guide
- Start Here guide
- Nest screwdriver
- Mounting screws and labels
- Optional mounting kit
- Temperature sensors
- Humidity sensor
- Near-field activity sensor
- Far-field activity sensor
- Ambient light sensor
Nest Learning Thermostat, Auto-Schedule, Auto-Away, Airwave, the Nest logo, and the Nest House logo are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of Nest Labs, Inc
- 5 year limited hardware
- Built in rechargable lithium-ion battery
- Wi-Fi - 802.11b/g/n @2.4GHZ
- Zigbee @2.4GHz
- 24 bit color
- 320x320px display
- 1.75" diameter
Awards and Recognition
The Nest Learning Thermostat is the recipient of many awards and has been recognized as one of the most revolutionary energy-saving products of our time.
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UPDATE: I discovered another major flaw which is that when you go away on vacation, and set the Nest to "manual away" as instructed on the Nest website so that you can keep the heat at a lower temperature while no one is in the house, the Nest will ignore the command and go right back up to your previous set point as if you were still home. This happened to me for a week in February while we were on vacation and I had turned both my Nests down to 55, only to have them both go back up to 71 about six hours later and stay there. Not only that, but in reviewing energy usage, it appeared that they were getting signals via "Nest Web" to maintain the 71 degree temperature. When I spoke to Nest support, they claimed the only way the Nest could get a Nest Web command was if someone logged on (as me) to the Nest website and gave the command. It did no good to tell the support person that I was not logging on to Nest Web at 5am from the Dominican Republic just to maintain the temperature at 71 while I was away. In the same breath, however, the Nest support person asked to me do a "soft reset" to both thermostats because they "were like computers, and sometimes you have to shut them down to get rid of the bugs." Hmmmm. So much for logging on to the Nest website from the DR. Needless to say, the soft reset did not work. I am currently in the process of trying to negotiate a refund from Nest, but they are being extremely uncooperative and have given me the phone run-around. I am determined, however, to waste as much of their time as they have wasted of mine.
It's user interface is brilliant, much like any Apple product. But what else would you expect from the creator of the iPod?
I couldn't wait to have one of these to save money and have another gadget to sync with my smartphone. I bought one a little less than a year ago and raved about the thing to anyone that would listen.
That was until February of this year, when suddenly in the DEAD OF WINTER over the weekend my heat completely stopped. I had to run to Wal-Mart and buy $150s worth of space heaters to keep my family warm until I could get a Technician to figure out what the problem was. Eventually, it was determined it was a problem with the thermostat that had caused damaged to the reversing valve on my outdoor unit.
Mind you I verified my Nest was compatible before purchasing.
I called Nest to have the problem rectified. Nest was great about sending me a replacement unit, but gave me a very hard time about compensating me for the service call because I didn't use one of their "certified installers" (none exist within 40 miles of me). After threatening to post about this on Social Networking sites, they refunded me the expense of the service call.
Now get this-
Fast Forward 3 months, I switch my replacement Nest from heat to cool for the first time when we hit unseasonably warm temps about a week ago...
No cold air and my indoor and outdoor unit are both making sounds they shouldn't after the temp change. Nest sees no error codes. I shut down and call Nest ASAP.
Nest tech support is helpful, but can find nothing wrong. So AGAIN, I call a service technician. Guess what? My reversing valve is shot. Technician talks to Nest support, Nest verifies thermostat is A-Ok with service technician at my house, Technician advices ($800-$1000 after parts and labor) to replace the re-circulating valve. I decided to replace the Outdoor Unit rather than put $1000 into an older unit and purchase a new, more efficient unit altogether for $1975.
The new Outdoor Unit was installed up and when set to cool, the reversing valve was constantly whipping back and forth, surely going to burn out if left like this. It was finally determined that the replacement Nest had also been the problem. It was sending a charge to the Aux. Heat line even when set to cool, even though it was not wired to do this. This had killed my older unit, and would have killed the new one within a week.
We replaced the thermostat with a Honeywell and the problem resolved.
I immediately called Nest, was escalated to a supervisor who somehow actually turned out to be the agent that had assisted months ago when my first Nest had a faulty base station. He eventually puts A-B-C together and tells me "oh yeah, I remember this. You were one of the first test cases we had on this problem. We looked your unit over in Palo Alto. We now know the Nest actually isn't compatible with your type of Heat Pump after all. It's because of a blown Fet. Your Aux heat was going all the time. Did you notice higher electric bills?"
ARE YOU SERIOUS??????????
YOU FIGURE THIS OUT, and don't even tell the customer who helped determine that this product is not compatible afterall and you don't call me, email, or do absolutely anything to alert me of this? Regardless of my ongoing communication with you, the fact that you have my phone number, e-mail address and physical address?
No, they let me go on using it until my unit died, all while I paid a higher utility bill.
Nest is in the process of refunding me the cost of their product, while I provide invoices for my service repairs. Most of this could have been avoided had Nest followed up with the customer that alerted them their product shouldn't be used with Trane Heat Pumps.
Lucky I haven't flown to Palo Alto and slapped someone for all this wasted time and money.
I just want to schedule when my air conditioner temp setting and on and off timing, why isn't it simple and obvious?
So, I want to re-call my previous summer settings so where do I look? Oh, I see if I click on the red ball it shows other options and if I select the blue ball, then my previous setting show up. Why can't I just save my various schedule settings under different names which I can then choose to call up. I might even decide to have different schedule/names for different situations such as "winter visitors" (with more mild heat settings). Now maybe there is a feature somewhere in the website that provides this, but again, where is it?
I am really hoping that now that Google owns Next, they will update the website and maybe provide some integrated nest control features in Google software ecosystem (Calendar?).
My ratings: 3 (I would of given 5 but removed 2 stars for poor website)