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Saving energy is a beautiful thing.

Meet the 3rd gen Nest Learning Thermostat. It has new rings and a big, sharp display. And it saves energy. That’s the most beautiful part.

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Since 2011, Nest thermostats have saved kWh of energy*

Programs itself.
Then pays for itself.

The Nest Learning Thermostat is the first thermostat to get ENERGY STAR certified. It learns what temperature you like and builds a schedule around yours. Since 2011, the Nest Thermostat has saved billions of kWh of energy in millions of homes worldwide.* And independent studies showed that it saved people an average of 10% to 12% on heating bills and 15% on cooling bills. So in under two years, it can pay for itself.

  • 2:00 PM

    Simple installation.

    Pop off your old thermostat and install your new Nest. It should take about half an hour. Now turn up the temperature and get comfortable.

  • 10:30 PM

    G’night, Nest.

    You turn down the heat on your way to bed. Nest gets to know what you like and starts building a schedule: cozy in the morning and cool at night. Put a Nest Temperature Sensor in any room, like the baby’s room, and you can tell Nest to make that room a priority (sold separately).

  • 7:00 AM

    A warm welcome.

    After you turned up the heat a few days in a row, Nest learned you like eating breakfast at 70º. So now it warms up the house as you get out of bed.

  • 8:30 AM

    It knows when you’re away.

    You’re off to work. The Nest Thermostat can use sensors and your phone’s location to check if you’ve left, then sets itself to an Eco Temperature to save energy.

  • 4:30 PM

    Wherever you go, you’re home.

    The babysitter calls to say she picked up the kids from soccer and they’re heading home. You adjust the temperature from your phone so they’ll be cozy.

See how much you saved.

Nest shows you how much energy you use every day in Energy History and every month in your Home Report. So you can see when you use more energy, like on weekends or Monday nights, and how to use less.

Meet the Nest Temperature Sensor.

Most homes aren’t the same temperature in every room. With the Nest Temperature Sensor, you can let your Nest thermostat know which room should be a certain temperature at a certain time of day. Just put it on a wall or shelf in a room that matters most, like the living room or baby’s room. And get the right temperature, right where you want it. (Sold separately.)

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It lights up when you walk in the room.

When the Nest Thermostat notices you’re there, Farsight shows you the temperature, weather or time. You can even choose a digital or analog clock face. Farsight is big and bright on the beautiful display – you can see it from across the room.

Know your home is safe.

The Nest Thermostat is just one part of your heating and cooling system. But it can keep an eye on the rest of it. You’ll get an alert on your phone if there’s something wrong – like temperatures are so low your pipes could burst. And if it looks like your furnace is acting up, the Nest Thermostat will send you an alert. Learn more >

A Nest home.

Nest products are made to work together. And they can even work with lights, locks and other products in your home.

  • Nest Learning Thermostat

    Nest Protect

    Your heating system could be a source of carbon monoxide leaks or it could spread smoke through your home in a fire. If there’s a carbon monoxide leak, Nest Protect can tell your Nest Thermostat to turn off the heat. If Nest Protect detects smoke, your Nest Thermostat can turn off the fan. See how it works >

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  • Nest Learning Thermostat

    Google Home

    Your Google Home can play music, answer questions, manage tasks and control devices in your home like the Nest Learning Thermostat. Feeling chilly? Just say, “Ok Google, set my temperature to 72 degrees.”

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