3rd Generation Nest Learning Thermostat For $199.99 Shipped Via eBay Daily Deals

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3rd Generation Nest Learning Thermostat For $199.99 Shipped Via eBay Daily Deals

This sells for $249 from Amazon where it has 4.5 star ratings.

For religious Jews, you can turn off the “auto-away” and the “screen on upon approach” features to make this sabbath compatible.

-Auto-Schedule. No more programming. With auto-schedule, Nest learns from you and programs itself
-Auto-Away. Don’t heat or cool an empty home. Auto-away adjusts the temperature after you leave
-Remote control. With the Nest app, you can change the temperature, check energy history and get an alert if your home is too hot or cold
-Display Screen: 24-bit colour LCD, 480 x 480 resolution at 229 pixels per inch (PPI), 5.3 cm diameter
-Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n at 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz, 802.15.4 at 2.4 GHz, Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE)
-Nest Leaf: You’ll see the Leaf when you choose a temperature that saves energy. It guides you in the right direction
-The Nest Learning Thermostat works with 95% of 24V heating and cooling systems, including gas, electric, forced air, heat pump, radiant, oil, hot water, solar and geothermal
-Auto-Schedule – No more confusing programming. It learns the temperatures you like and programs itself, Auto-Away: The Nest Thermostat automatically turns itself down when you’re away to avoid heating or cooling an empty home

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Re: Nest on Shabbos

While researching the Nest about 1.5 years ago it seemed to be problematic for Shabbos. Does anyone know if there have been any product/software changes since then now making it Shabbos compatible? Anyone prepared to share relevant psaks they’ve received?

Vebbeh Rebbeh

as a frum person, I have had Nest for over 3 years. You CAN turn off the “turn on screen upon approach” feature, this means you need to press it in order to turn the screen on. The only downside is that the screen is off otherwise so you have no way of seeing what the current temperature/setting actually is on Shabbos. Great features though!

ExGingi

Post says: “For religious Jews, you can turn off the “auto-away” and the “screen on upon approach” features to make this sabbath compatible.”

My questions are:
1. Are only “religious Jews” obligated to keep Shabbos?
2. Who endorses this statement, was it approved by any Halachic Authority with knowledge of the technology in this?

Steve

Full disclosure:
Make sure this is compatible with our house, I bought these for a few people and most houses do not have the common c wire and the way the device recharges itself is by alternating the charge between the RW and RH wires. If your heating system is baseboard and not forced air then you may have a dead nest in a few weeks since the heat is not always one so there is not always power running through the wires. With a forced air system it can charge itself whenever via the fan wire. Officially Nest will tell you that your system is good but caveat emptor.

yesitsme

This item is out of stock.

US $299.99

DH

I followed the link and the page listed a price of $299.99 — is the deal dead?

E

Coming up now as $299..

Dan's the Man

Dan, Google is now offering the Nexus 5X for $199!! It’s only available if u activate ProjectFi but you can just pay for 1 month $20 and then switch to any other carrier. The 32GB model is also discounted.
https://fi.google.com/about/?utm_source=google-blog&utm_medium=ooi-post&utm_campaign=ooi#devices

Anonymous

@Steve:
Right on…have a switch board(control board) from Tyco and they said that Nest causes problems. 3rd generation draws even more apms. vs. 2nd…so might not work too well with older heating systems

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