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|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
|6.5 x 6.5 x 3.1"
|Auxiliary/Backup Heating Support
|AUX, C, DEHUM, E, G, HUM, O/B, Rc, Rh, W, W2, W3, Y, Y2
|2.1" / 5.3 cm
|480 x 480
|Virtual Assistant Support
|Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant
|Mobile Operating Systems
|3.3 x 3.3 x 1.1" / 8.4 x 8.4 x 2.7 cm
|8.6 oz / 243.7 g
|Limited 2-Year Warranty
|Multi-Staged System Compatibility
The Nest Thermostat E is a fantastic product for those that want most of the features of a premium product without paying a premium price
Very accurate, subdued design, very easy to set up
Limited color options, display is harder to read, Limited color options, display is harder to read
Startup darling Nest Labs is already in the lead with its industry-reinventing Nest Learning Thermostat. Lindsey Turrentine goes hands-on with the second generation of the popular thermostat to find out how much the device has improved.
Best for the smart home, but may be underutilized in many homes
Sleek, easy to install, accurate
Expensive, support just refers you to a Nest Pro, Expensive, support just refers you to a Nest Pro
Nest 3 was the logical pick when I needed a thermostat for the new underfloor heating system as a Nest 2 was already installed and controlling the radiators. The packaging and contents looked very similar to Nest 2, but the unit itself has a larger screen making the text and menu system easier to...
A supreme smart thermostat, but not necessarily the best Nest for you
Subtle design, Flexible placement, Easy install within reason
No hot water support, No Alexa or HomeKit, marginally cheaper than the Learning Thermostat
The third-generation Nest Learning Thermostat has all the smarts of its predecessors and adds some new features including a larger display, geofencing support, a furnace monitor, and a few more sensors.
Sleek design., Easy to install., Loaded with features., Interacts with other Nest and third-party devices., Support for Alexa, Google Home, and IFTTT.
Lacks remote room sensors., Pricey.
The Google NEST is a very good product. It is easy to install and easy to set up. The phone app works very well. I am a little disappointed that the Nest does not interact with Amazon Alexa anymore. Lastly, the battery regularly drains within a two or three month period of use.
The thermostat is fantastic once you get it up and running. Install directions are seriously lacking, though. It produced and error message with a code, yet when we looked up the code in troubleshooting, no such code existed. We eventually had to YouTube.
I was able to lower my cooling costs this summer by installing this, which was very easy to do. It knows when I am not home, so raises the temperature setting in the house for when it doesn't need to be cooling it.
Nest is not compatible with Apple HomeKit and Google has not done anything to integrate it with Siri. Go read the reviews on Consumer Reports, other smart thermostats provide significantly greater energy savings.Nest has not done anything innovative since they were bought by Alphabet.
It has an app you need to download onto your smartphone to walk through installation. This was useful, but basic in description. We ended up looking up more how-to videos on YouTube to understand what all our wires were (we had more wires than what the Google Nest needed).
I bought two of these a few weeks back and replaced the old digital thermostats in my house. This is a really well-designed product and installation was obviously at the forefront of their design objectives. It was much easier to install than I feared it would be great.
The Nest was easy to connect and program. I don't need to be giving Google more info about my family, so I've turned off the learning algorithms and have it set just to programmed cycles and manual controls.
I was able to install the Nest very quickly, using the provided cover plate as well because I was replacing a rectangular programmable thermostat. It connected easily to my Alexa system and Ive been able to control it by voice or through my phone.
- Save yourself the frustration and money, just get a simple wireless thermostat for much cheaper or the Ecobee ones that come with multiple remote sensors, which is seems to be more useful than this at a similar price
- Looks nice
- The "smart" or "learning" feature is bogus. Perhaps it works for people who live alone and have a very rigid schedule, but it didn't work for me and my roommate. Started setting the temp higher to our discomfort because I guess we set it higher when it was really cold outside one day, (which makes...
We have a vacation home. When the temperature is above freezing and we are away I turn the heater off from my mobile device. When the temperature drops I turn it on. When we are coming I turn on/up the heat,or in summer the air-conditioning
Does not require an S wire and works with 4 wire, Easy To Adjust, Easy To Install, Intuitive Controls, Precise Controls