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Nest Google Nest Learning Thermostat, 2nd Gen

Model # T200477|Store SKU # 1000764480

Overview

Model # T200477 Store SKU # 1000764480

Meet the Nest Learning Thermostat. The Nest Learning Thermostat programs itself and turns itself down when youre away. Control it from anywhere with your smartphone, tablet, or computer

  1. Auto-Schedule™ . No more programming hassles, Nest learns the temps you like and programs itself
  1. Auto-Away™ : To avoid heating or cooling an empty home, Nest automatically turns itself to an energy-saving temp when it detects that youre away
  1. Remote Control: Connect Nest to Wi-Fi to change the temp or adjust your schedule from a smartphone, tablet, or laptop
  1. Energy History: See when heating and cooling were on and what affected your energy use
  1. Nest Leaf: The Nest Leaf appears when you turn Nest to a temp thats energy efficient, guiding you to energy savings
  1. Airwave™ - Nest automatically turns off the AC a few minutes early, but keeps the fan running. The air stays cool but your AC runs up to 30% less.

Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in inches)
3.27
Assembled Height (in inches)
0.55
Assembled Weight (in lbs)
6.57
Assembled Width (in inches)
1.26
Packaged Depth (in inches)
3.23
Packaged Height (in inches)
6.58
Packaged Weight (In lbs)
1.9
Packaged Width (in inches)
6.54

Details

Battery Operated
Certified
Colour Family
Black
Country of Origin
CN-China
Programmable
Smart Technology
Smart

Warranty / Certifications

2 year limited warranty. 1-855-469-6378
Google Nest Learning Thermostat, 2nd GenNest Google Nest Learning Thermostat, 2nd GenMeet the Nest Learning Thermostat. The Nest Learning Thermostat programs itself and turns itself down when youre away. Control it from anywhere with your smartphone, tablet, or computer
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Google Nest Learning Thermostat, 2nd Gen is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 19.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Believe the Hype I was hesitant to pick one up after reading the many negative reviews. I finally decided to give it a try, pulled the trigger and bought the Nest for our home. What a fantastic product... well worth the money. Easy to install and works great!! In short, you don't need to be a rocket doctor to get it up and running. After a few days, we have notice that the furnace is running a lot less and the house feels warmer than with our previous programable thermostat. Check the compatibility of your HVAC system and your wireless router before hand... if they're compatible, pick one up. Believe the Hype, the Nest is the bees knees!
Date published: 2013-11-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Nest should hire a HVAC expert I purchased this NEST last Friday installed it ,test it for two days and returned by Monday. My reason of returning are the following: 1. The temperature reading is off by 3 deg.F.No way to calibrate. 2. The temperature swing is +/- 3 deg. I called technical support, they are courteous but the advised resetting of unit didn't help a bit. Reading various Forums, I don't think the manufacturer have any intention of resolving these basic issues. I appreciate Homedepot for their excellent return policy which protects customer from inferior product. I exchange the unit with RTH9580WF and all my concerns were resolved and never been happy knowing I installed a reliable product in my home.
Date published: 2014-08-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Variable Swing or Dead Band The Nest does not allow an adjustment of the swing (difference between the set temp and room temp before initiating a heat or cool cycle) despite the approximately 10 threads and dozens of people asking for this feature on the Nest Community web site. Many people have returned their Nest because the default (1 degree) is not acceptable. Some people want more and some less depending on many different factors; all valid! Honeywell has the same problem with all its thermostats, and they claim "that is what you want". Arrogance! Most less expensive thermostats have this feature. It is a show-stopper for buying the Nest, no matter how snazzy it looks aesthetically.
Date published: 2013-08-08
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not ready for prime time The Nest puts energy savings over comfort. It has a wide 3+ degree non-adjustable temperature swing, meaning set it for 20 and it could drop below 18 before it turns on the heat. This is more noticeable than it sounds. Other thermostats can be adjusted down to 1 degree. A major problem is compatibility with popular wi-fi routers. There is a long list of incompatible routers on the Nest website. Having the Nest connected to one of these "bad" routers from companies such as Linksys/Cisco, DLink and Netgear, can cause the Nest to heat itself up, which means it cannot read room temperature properly. Your only solution is to buy a new router after buying this very expensive thermostat. Another issue is two-stage furnaces. In keeping with "energy savings over comfort", if overnight it is set at, say 17 degrees and you set a morning temperature of 21 degrees, it will not run the second stage as part of the programmed pre-heat cycle. In a typical Canadian prairie winter, it might not reach the set point for hours. Finally, there is no control of the fan other than the typical on/auto. Meaning you cannot program your fan to come on at certain times for air quality management. Not a big deal, but needs to be mentioned. This is a small sample of issues I had before replacing my Nest. For many other issues, visit the community forum on the manufacturers website.
Date published: 2013-02-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from No HOLD Feature I get the whole "learning" curve but it's a bit of a step-back in technology that the Nest does not have a simple "Hold Temperature" feature. The Nest learns our regular routines, which is great but what about the unplanned days I call in sick? There I am constantly running downstairs to adjust the thermostat and go back up to my computer. A short while later, it thinks no one is home and goes back. For something so "High-Tech", it sure is lacking the simplest of features. I expect a lot better than Nest has to offer for the extreme high price.
Date published: 2013-10-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Whole House heating! I am going to focus on what the device does and not repeat what others have already written about it. The biggest reason to purchase this device is for heating your whole home and not just were the thermostat is located. I placed the Nest in the same location as our previous thermostat, located in the dining room. Previously our master bedroom was always cold, while the downstairs was warm. Now with the device installed, I finally woke up to a warm bedroom, that is the beauty of this device, it just doesn't heat the area that it is located in, it smartly heats up the whole house. I will write a review when the summer hits and see how it works for the air conditioning.
Date published: 2014-02-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Failed after 6 months and little to no support Purchased the Nest last summer and installed in minutes. It worked like a charm for about 7 months and then failed in the middle of winter. The support line was overwhelmed with calls that it literally took me days to get help on the phone. Finally I called in early in the morning and left the phone on speaker until someone answered. The tech support rep was polite but clearly working through a flowchart of possible solutions. In the end, they blamed my thermostat wiring. $150 dollars and an HVAC service visit later they told me the wiring was fine. I installed a Honeywell thermostat and the heat worked fine. After chasing NEST for days, they finally sent a replacement which arrived 10 days later and worked for about a week. Who can live without a thermostat for 10 days in the winter. I was caught with sub-zero temperatures affecting my home. I've been unable to get a replacement or a refund since January and no response to my emails or returned surveys. At $250 I expected more. I've been half joking about my experience to fellow employees here and in the US. A few had similar problems. I now have two units that don't work and the return RMA form they sent me has my address as the destination (if I mail them, the package will come back to me). I can't believe Google spent billions on this company. My faith in the product and company have been lost. The electronics do not look robust enough to handle high cycle rates or long term reliability. They miniaturized it so much that it's cheapness fails. My 6 year old furnace works great, but not with this product. The Honeywell programmable thermostat I purchased has been working flawlessly, which proves there are no issues with my wiring or furnace. Would not recommend this product as it can leave you stranded at the worst time with no support. The two year warranty means nothing if NEST blames your wiring after 6 months and won't offer a refund or exchange. FYI: When it worked I loved it but can't take the chance I'll be traveling and the product fails in mid winter again. There is zero chance I'll be purchasing their Smoke detectors.
Date published: 2014-05-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Made by perfectionists! Brilliant device! Great online compatibility checker that gives you a custom wiring diagram. Installs in very short amount of time. Comes with all the tools and everything from the packaging to using it is wonderful and very well thought out. It worked fine with three wires, but I went ahead and connected the common (C) wire, as I've heard from people that it can have difficulties charging. I also saw the charge voltage drop drastically when the furnace was running. There was a spare blue wire in the wall that I connected to the (C) common terminal. I then went to my furnace and connected that same dangling blue wire to the (C) common terminal. It charged up super fast and when the furnace runs now, all the voltages are stable.
Date published: 2014-04-05
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will this work with 2 1500w linear convector baseboard heaters?

Asked by: Anonymous
If you can control those with a regular thermostat that uses 24V wires it should work just fine as long as you have 3 wires; R, W and C on most furnaces. The Nest needs the C (common) wire to charge its internal battery. Most regular thermostat will work with just the 2 wires to control heat. I have no experience with these heaters though so can't say for sure if this applies to your situation.
Answered by: firebird1979
Date published: 2015-03-14

What happens when power goes out? Does it reset itself?

Asked by: Anonymous
It has it's own internal battery to maintain the data you entered into it.
Answered by: Frasky
Date published: 2016-03-29

is this thermostat only programmable using the internet?

Asked by: Anonymous
No. You can also do all of the necessary programing using the thermostat only. In fact,that is how I programed mine. Press the face of the thermostat once or twice and the menu will appear. Turn the thermostat either left or right to select what you want to do. You also turn the dial either left or right to select the proper answer the thermostat is looking for. If you run into trouble contact their customer support line.
Answered by: Frasky
Date published: 2013-12-21

Demand response feature for Nest

Will the Nest Learning Thermostat include the demand response feature that works with utility providers?
Asked by: Anonymous
We may share your aggregated and anonymous information in a variety of ways, including to publish trends about energy use and conservation, to help utilities provide demand-response services and to generally improve our system. We’ve taken steps to ensure that the information cannot be linked back to you and we require our partners to keep all information in its anonymous form http://www.nest.com/legal/privacy-statement/
Answered by: kab1
Date published: 2013-10-23

does the nest use a password or some kind of lock?

I have a teenager who either turns our thermostat up to 90 or down to 33 when they are alone in the house.
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes, you can lock your thermostat inside your house with a password so it can't be adjusted from there and then control/watch it from your phone/PC instead.
Answered by: firebird1979
Date published: 2018-09-02
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