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Nest Learning Thermostat T1 (1st Gen, 2011)

Nest Learning Thermostat T1 (1st Gen, 2011)
alaScore 81

13 reviews

Sep, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 13 reviews of Nest Learning Thermostat T1 (1st Gen, 2011). The average rating for this product is 3.9/5, compared to an average rating of 4.3/5 for other products in the same category for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other products in the same category the Nest Learning Thermostat T1 (1st Gen, 2011) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 81/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by : Lindsey Turrentine (cnet.com)

Review: Second-generation Nest Thermostat zeroes in on perfection

 

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.

Easy to install and easy on the eyes, the ; learns your heating and cooling preferences over time, so you don't have to program it. Wi-Fi networking and tasteful apps let you control and monitor your Nest from afar. Saves money ... eventually.

At $250, the Nest is so very expensive, and large homes may need more than one.

The second generation of the energy-saving Nest Learning Thermostat puts this device even further ahead of the (nearly nonexistent) competition.

Oct, 2012

TechGearLab Editors' Choice Award

Expert review by : David Wise (techgearlab.com)

Nest Learning Thermostat Review

 

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

Essentially, this product is a perfect example of you get what you pay for. This device performed the best in our tests and really is the product you select if you want the best and are willing to pay for it.

Oct, 2016

Expert review by : bree (newlaunches.com)

Nest Learning Thermostat unveiled for $249

 

With the ‘smart' prefix is fast attaching itself to everything around us like smartphones and smart TVs, why should our dear thermostats be left alone? Here is the Nest Learning Thermostat, the first of its kind, which is capable of programming itself...

Oct, 2011

Expert review by : T3 Online (t3.com)

Nest Learning Thermostat 3.0 Review

 

Google's clever thermostat keeps getting smarter

Sleek design ; Simple and intuative ; Works with Nest

Lacks multiroom temp monitorin ; No Apple HomeKit support

Aug, 2016

Expert review by : Paul Lamkin (pocket-lint.com)

Nest learning thermostat pictures and hands-on - Pocket-lint

 

Thermostats are dull aren't they? But they do control half of the money that you fork out every year on energy, so it pays to have a good one. And by good

Jan, 2012

Reddot design award winner 2010!

Expert review by : reddot (red-dot.de (UK))

Nest Learning Thermostat

 

The decidedly innovative thermostat impresses due to ease of use, high functionality with sensible details and an up-to-date form style.

Consumer review (newegg.com)

overpriced!

 

nice unit

100 dollars overpriced, don't buy from here go to your local store first

Jan, 2013

Consumer review (newegg.com)

Too Expensive

 

Great Product, I would just reccomend buying it elsewhere until this vendor makes some adjustments to their pricing.

Awesome thermostat, very user friendy and remotely accessible

Priced more than $100 over MSRP. I contacted the vendor and they basically told me to deal with it or not buy it from them. Went to my local hardware store and bought it saving me the money and time of waiting on them. Also, this item just had an...

Nov, 2012

Consumer review (newegg.com)

Why so expensive?

 

Great product

100 dollars more expensive from here than everywhere else. Yet, they do say we save 50 dollars. I wonder how they got that figure

Oct, 2012