|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||3.3 x 3.3 x 1.21 inches|
|Item model number||T3007ES|
|Batteries||1 CR2 batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Power Source||Battery powered|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||7|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
|Number Of Holes||2|
|Certification||ENERGY STAR Certified and UL Listed|
|Special Features||Wireless: Working Wi-Fi connection: 802.11b/g/n @ 2.4GHz, 5GHz, Wireless interconnect: 802.15.4 @ 2.4GHz, Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE)|
|Included Components||Display, Base, Optional trim kit, Mounting screws and labels, Nest screwdriver, Installation Guide, Welcome Guide, Nest Pro installation card|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium Ion|
|Warranty Description||2-year limited manufacturer’s warranty, parts only, no labor. For help, visit nest.com/support.|
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- Auto-Schedule: No more confusing programming. It learns the temperatures you like and programs itself.
- Wi-Fi Thermostat: Connect the Nest Thermostat to Wi-Fi to change the temperature from your phone, tablet or laptop.
- Energy Saving: You’ll see the Nest Leaf when you choose a temperature that saves energy. It guides you in the right direction.
- Smart Thermostat: Early-On Nest learns how your home warms up and keeps an eye on the weather to get you the temperature you want when you want it.
- Home/Away Assist: The Nest Thermostat automatically turns itself down when you’re away to avoid heating or cooling an empty home.
- Works with Amazon Alexa for voice control (Alexa device sold separately)
- Auto-Schedule: Nest learns the temperatures you like and programs itself in about a week.
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Nest Learning Thermostat
Programs itself. Then pays for itself.
Your thermostat controls half your energy bill – more than appliances, more than electronics. So shouldn’t it help you save energy? Independent studies have proven that the Nest Learning Thermostat saved an average of 10% to 12% on heating bills and 15% on cooling bills.
Just turn it up and down. It learns the temperatures you like and creates a schedule for you.
Check your phone to see how much energy you used and why.
It automatically adjusts the temperature after you leave. So you don’t heat or cool an empty home.
Fast setup & installation
Most people install Nest in 30 minutes or less.If you ever need help, call 24/7 support.
Change the temperature from anywhere using your phone, tablet or laptop.
The Nest Thermostat works with Nest Protect. If Nest Protect detects dangerous carbon monoxide gas, it can tell the Nest Thermostat to turn off the furnace – a common source of CO leaks.
You’ll see the Leaf when you choose a temperature that saves energy. It guides you in the right direction.
When the Nest Learning Thermostat spots you across the room, it lights up beautifully to show you the time, temperature or weather.
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Google Nest is a smart thermostat that learns what temperatures you like, turns itself down when you’re away and connects to your phone. It has a big, sharp display. And it’s proven to help save energy. In independent studies, the Nest Thermostat saved an average of 10% to 12% on heating bills and 15% on cooling bills. We’ve estimated average savings of $131 to $145 a year.
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I was under the impression it would "learn" my schedule (as it advertises it does) and basically figure out that during the week, I work regular hours, as does my spouse. We leave the house within 15 minutes of each other, and arrive home pretty close together soon. So if I leave at 7am, and come home at 5 pm, I want the temperature a comfy 75-76 degrees in my home. The interim? Don't care, which is what I hoped the Nest would work on for me. Ideally, When I leave at 7 or so, it would start to dial back the AC/heat to a decent level, let's say the low 80s, so I could save money, then when it knows I'll be home around 5, it aims for heating/cooling the house back down to an acceptable level for me for when I walk in the door. This thing should be working at my house when I'm away to save me money by not heating or cooling an empty house for a few hours while I'm away, then kicking back on 30/60 minutes or so before I arrive so I walk in to a comfy house.
However, it doesn't quiiiiite do that, you see. I have to do all the heavy lifting as far as keeping it saving me money through the app while I'm away. It has a motion sensor, and a phone proximity sensor, and uses those two things to determine if you're home or not. If your phone leaves a 1 mile radius, or you don't pass by the motion sensor for a period of time, it starts an invisible countdown (anywhere from 15 minutes to 2 hours, though it doesn't tell you how much time, and its not programmable!). After that time, it will starts to let the AC/heat slide in the house to a temperature threshold you set to save energy. Then, it waits until it senses motion or sees your phone again to fire back up. This is a significant issue if you've been away for an extended period, as your house might actually be quite warm/cold when you arrive, but the Nest won't fire up until it "sees" you, meaning you don't walk into a comfy house, you walk into your threshold temperature and have to wait for the Nest to catch up. The motion sensor is also a big issue if you have an older home like mine, and the thermostat is tucked away at the end of a hall, instead of by the front door. Might be a non-issue to some, but be warned if your thermostat is in an out of the way location.
There IS an "early on" feature which lets you set a temperature and time ("I want it to be 75 degrees at 4:30pm"), and let it start heating or cooling your home a bit before that time depending on the ambient temperature. This is a good feature....except somebody HAS TO BE IN THE HOUSE? That makes zero sense to me. Why would I want to have the early on setting on....if I'm already home? Why, if I leave for work, should my wife sit through uncomfortable temperatures if she stays home, only to have it kick on a few minutes before I arrive? This is the feature that is missing from the home/away assist that is absolutely crucial to this being a REAL learning thermostat. This feature DOES NOT work if your home/away assist is on AND sees nobody home, so you're back to walking into a furnace during the summer, when it should realize that every Monday through Friday, I'm home at 5 (give or take a few minutes), and aim to have the temperature at my desired level at that time WITHOUT programming. As it is, you have to turn the main selling feature OFF (the learning schedule, home/away assist) to make it work right.This means manually changing everything if your schedule changes, instead of letting the cool parts of this work, like phone proximity etc. If it turns out I have to call in sick, now I have to go into the Nest software/app, and remove any settings I have for the day, and remember to set them back up so the next Thursday (or whichever day I deleted), I'm not blasted out by extreme heat/cold.
So you CAN program this thing to set the temp throughout the house at specific times.....but that defeats the purpose of spending $200-250 on this thing. It sure looks cool, but I can get a programmable thermostat for a fraction of the cost of this. Why won't the Nest ACTUALLY learn like it says it will? This is a sorely missed feature for those of us who live in areas that get quite warm and cold throughout the year. If they could set it to where the Nest could actually learn the fact I like the temp at 75 degrees, about the time I get home, AND keep the home/away assist stuff on, I'd change my review, but for now, I'm sorely disappointed.
I received an e-mail from my support ticket the next day, telling me I had to call them to solve the problem. Again I called, and never got through to a person.
After a quick online search, I found out that this problem has been occurring since last year, but Nest doesn't seem to acknowledge it.
I can't trust this thing to work in the cold when I absolutely must have heat in the house. What if we were out of town? With the highs being in the teens all week, our pipes would have frozen and our home would have had a huge disaster.
I'm definitely returning it!
Only thing I would recommend beyond this is a 3rd party plate like the POPMAS copper plate I bought here from Amazon. The neat comes with a super cheap plastic plate that will look terrible. If you’re going to spend $200-250 on a Nest, do spend another $20 on the plate. (See pics)
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I am in a new build (2018), freehold town home and also required a C-wire. For those without the experience, the C-wire typically provides power to your thermostat. This is not needed for a Nest because it uses your actual heating and cooling wires to draw power.
This is and was not the case for myself and many others on the Internet. Fair warning: you may have to get a C-wire installed just to properly use this product, as it won’t draw any power and will eventually shut down after a night of use out of the box.
If you’re still curious, then here are some positives. The UI and initial setup of the device were smooth. No bumps there. But this is what you expected from Nest, right? I did, and they delivered.
The actual installation of the device was simple: remove your existing thermostat, take a picture of the wire connections, hook up the Nest using similar wire connections. (Note: I am a newbie to electrical stuff and had to look up a few of the wire names, as my default thermostat had an R wire but the Nest has an R1 and R2 socket. For that and other scenarios I had to look into their support site. Turns out the R wire can be placed in either socket.)
Best part about this is we bought the temperate sensors and heat our house from one of the remote points. Our thermostat is in a small hallway that has two vents which cause the hallway to be warmer than the rest of the house. Our furnace now runs longer with less starts versus more starts.
Definitely could work on upgrading the monthly reports.
CON/Tip: this product does require the Common wire in MOST cases (as opposed to the statement in its description / user guide that says it does not). Check the availability of an extra wire in the thermostat bundle for the Common (or C) wire in the event your current [analog] thermostat doesn’t use/need one. If you see strange behavior (e.g. fan turning on/off too quickly) in the absence of the C wire, the lack of C wire is the cause.
I do recommend this product 100%, It is not cheap but it worth the money.
I do recommend, if possible, run five wires from furnace to this thermostat, it does need "C" wire otherwise you might need to jump wires at the furnace's board.
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