Nest Learning Thermostat Stories May 13, 2016

expiredHome: Nest Learning Thermostat (3rd Gen) $200 (Reg. $250), Safe-Cut Can Opener $8 (Orig. $16), more

Electroniccity inc. (99.2% Positive feedback) via eBay Daily Deals has the Nest Learning Thermostat (3rd Generation) for $199.99 shipped. This model regularly sells for $250, bringing you a savings of $50 today. Today’s deal is effectively matching our previous $250 plus a $50 Amazon gift card deal. It features auto scheduling/programming, full remote control with the Nest app, and works with just about every heating system on the market including “gas, electric, forced air, heat pump, radiant, oil, hot water, solar and geothermal.” It is the best selling programmable thermostat on Amazon and has a 4+ star rating from over 4,000 customers.

Amazon has the Good Cook Classic Safe Cut Can Opener for $7.73 with free shipping for Prime members or in orders of $49 or more. That’s more than 50% below the original listing, the lowest Amazon has offered it for and the best price we can find by around $2. It leaves “smooth edges” after opening, and features chrome construction with a “Lifetime Satisfaction Guarantee.” Rated 4+ stars from over 1,100 Amazon customers.

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Nest Learning Thermostat Stories December 14, 2015

expiredSmarten up your home w/ the Nest Learning Thermostat (2nd Gen) for $160 shipped (Reg. $200)

Verizon Wireless has the second generation Nest Learning Thermostat for $159.99 with free shipping. That’s $40 below its regular price and the lowest we’ve ever seen. Although there’s a newer third gen. model, you’ll likely find that its modest upgrades aren’t tempting enough to fork over an additional $90. Rated 4.3 out of 5 stars from 4,137 Amazon reviewers. *Note: You don’t need to be a Verizon Wireless subscriber to take advantage of this deal.

The 2nd Generation Nest Learning Thermostat has a new, slimmer design, is enclosed by a solid stainless steel ring, and works with 95% of low voltage systems. The Nest Learning Thermostat learns what temperatures you like, turns itself down when you’re away and can be controlled from anywhere over Wi-Fi. By programming itself, the Nest thermostat can save up to 20% on your heating and cooling bill. You just have to teach it well.

Nest Learning Thermostat Stories November 30, 2015

expiredTarget offers a 15% sitewide discount for Cyber Monday: Nest Thermostat w/ $50 Gift Card $212, more!

Update (11/30 1:00pm): Popular items are beginning to sell out online, but may be available for in-store pickup.

After hosting some of the best Black Friday deals during the past week, Target isn’t slowing down as we head into Cyber Monday. Today only, you can save 15% on nearly everything Target sells online when you enter coupon code CYBER15 during checkout.

You’ll find a couple minor exclusions, but for the most part it’s open season on all electronics, home goods, fashion, media, and more. All orders ship free. Here are our top picks:

We also have this sale to thank for the first major iPad Pro deal.

REDcard holders save an additional 5% on their entire order.

Nest Learning Thermostat Stories November 26, 2015

expiredNest Learning Thermostat (3rd Generation) w/ free $50 Amazon Gift Card: $249 shipped ($299 value), more

Update (11/26 11:30am): Amazon now has the Nest Cam at Black Friday pricing – $169.99 shipped (Reg. $200).

Amazon offers the 3rd Generation Nest Learning Thermostat with a $50 Gift Card for $249 shipped. Nest typically sells for $249, so you’re paying regular price but getting a free $50 credit to Amazon. That brings the effective price of the thermostat down to $199, which is the best we’ve seen. Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars from 934 Amazon reviewers.

Nest Learning Thermostat Stories November 4, 2015

expiredGet the latest Nest Learning Thermostat (3rd Gen.) for $212 shipped (Reg. $249)

Target offers the Nest Learning Thermostat (3rd Gen.) for $249, but a 15% in-cart discount automatically drops your total down to $211.65 shipped. That’s a savings of $37.35 and the first discount we’ve seen on this smart home accessory that was released just 2 months ago. REDcard holders can save an additional 5%.

Use it to control your home’s temperature from your iPhone. Its auto-away feature should help you save an average of “10-12% on heating and 15% on cooling” bills. The third generation Nest Learning Thermostat has a 40% larger and sharper (229 ppi) screen to support its new Farsight feature. Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars from 536 Amazon reviewers.

Nest Learning Thermostat Stories September 2, 2015

Nest made a splash yesterday with the announcement of its third generation Learning Thermostat. But despite its larger screen and new Farsight feature, the second generation model is the better buy for most people at its new, lower price of $199 (Orig. $249).

Nest did a great job of talking up how its third generation screen is a big deal, but in practice it probably won’t improve your life that much. Farsight sounds like it would be helpful, but how often do you really want to check in on your thermostat from 3-ft or more away or don’t have access to clock? Most thermostats live in hallways anyways, where you’re never more than a few feet away from its display. The other big improvement is Furnace Heads-Up that analyzes your furnace’s shutoff patterns, but that feature will also be rolling out to all previous generation Nest Thermostats later this year.

At the end of the day, it feels like Nest didn’t do enough to make the third generation Thermostat worth the extra $50 over its predecessor. That being said, you won’t always have this option since the second generation’s discounted price of $199 is only going to be around “while supplies last.” expand full story

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