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Google Nest Learning Thermostat – Programmable Smart Thermostat for Home – 3rd Generation- Works with Alexa – White

$198.58

Programmable smart thermostat that learns your schedule and the temperatures you like and programs itself to help you save energy and stay comfortable
Home/Away Assist automatically adjusts itself to an Eco Temperature after you leave, so you don’t heat or cool an empty home; remote control lets you change the temperature from anywhere on your phone, laptop, or tablet[1]
With Energy History, just check your phone to see how much energy you used and why, or use Quick View on the display to reach Energy History, settings, or your schedule; the Nest Leaf appears when you choose a temperature that saves energy
Smart thermostat with HVAC monitoring, which looks out for your heating and cooling systems; sends an alert if something doesn’t seem right, along with helpful reminders to make maintenance easier[2]
The Nest Learning Thermostat works with the Nest Temperature Sensor (sold separately) to help make sure a certain room is the exact temperature you want it to be
Beautifully designed, with polished metal finishes and bright, high resolution display; Farsight shows you the temperature, weather, or time on your thermostat when you walk in the room
It’s easy to install your thermostat, typically in 30 minutes or less, with everything you need included in the box; compatible with 95% of heating and cooling systems
Google Nest Learning Thermostat (Stainless Steel) with a Google Authenticity Seal
Nest Renew makes it simple to support clean energy right from home; it works with your Nest Learning Thermostat[6] to help you automatically prioritize your usage[7] to times when energy is cleaner or less expensive
Please refer to the product description section below for all applicable legal disclaimers denoted by the bracketed numbers in the preceding bullet points (e.g., [1], [2], etc.)

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Price: $249 - $198.58
(as of Dec 28, 2023 23:14:15 UTC – Details)

Google Nest Learning Thermostat - Programmable Smart Thermostat for Home - 3rd Generation- Works with Alexa - White
Programmable smart thermostat that learns your schedule and the temperatures you like and programs itself to help you save energy and stay comfortable
Home/Away Assist automatically adjusts itself to an Eco Temperature after you leave, so you don’t heat or cool an empty home; remote control lets you change the temperature from anywhere on your phone, laptop, or tablet[1]With Energy History, just check your phone to see how much energy you used and why, or use Quick View on the display to reach Energy History, settings, or your schedule; the Nest Leaf appears when you choose a temperature that saves energy
Smart thermostat with HVAC monitoring, which looks out for your heating and cooling systems; sends an alert if something doesn’t seem right, along with helpful reminders to make maintenance easier[2]The Nest Learning Thermostat works with the Nest Temperature Sensor (sold separately) to help make sure a certain room is the exact temperature you want it to be
Beautifully designed, with polished metal finishes and bright, high resolution display; Farsight shows you the temperature, weather, or time on your thermostat when you walk in the room
It’s easy to install your thermostat, typically in 30 minutes or less, with everything you need included in the box; compatible with 95% of heating and cooling systems
Google Nest Learning Thermostat (Stainless Steel) with a Google Authenticity Seal
Nest Renew makes it simple to support clean energy right from home; it works with your Nest Learning Thermostat[6] to help you automatically prioritize your usage[7] to times when energy is cleaner or less expensive
Please refer to the product description section below for all applicable legal disclaimers denoted by the bracketed numbers in the preceding bullet points (e.g., [1], [2], etc.)

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