Relax, we’ve got you covered.

We recommend finding a trained Nest Pro to install the Nest Learning Thermostat for you. A professional will ensure that Nest is installed in the right location, attach the Heat Link and start setup.

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Installation options.

  • Thermostat

    If you already have a thermostat and like it where it is, just replace it with a Nest Thermostat.

  • Mains plug

    Installing it somewhere else on your wall? You can power Nest from a wall socket.

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  • Nest Stand

    Or, you can use the Nest Stand to put the Nest Thermostat on a desk or bookcase. The stand is sold separately.

Explore your Nest Thermostat.

The power of Nest Sense.

The Nest Thermostat personalizes its features for you. After it learns about you and your home, Nest Sense™ automatically balances comfort and energy savings.

Auto-Schedule

The Nest Thermostat programs itself in about a week. It creates a personalized schedule based on the temperatures you’ve set and continually adapts to your changing life.

Auto-Away

After you leave the house, the Nest Thermostat senses you’re gone and automatically adjusts the temperature. So you don’t waste energy heating an empty home.

Safety Temperature Alerts

Get an alert on your mobile if your home is too cold. That way you’ll know if your pipes could freeze.

True Radiant

No more guessing – use only as much heat as you actually need. The Nest Thermostat learns how long your system needs to heat up, so you’ll reach the temperature you want when you want it.

Nest Leaf

The Leaf appears when you turn the Nest Thermostat to a temperature that’s energy efficient. It guides you in the right direction.

Sunblock

If the Nest Thermostat heats up in direct sunlight, it automatically adjusts to read and set the right temperature.

A fond farewell
to the programmer.

All a programmer does is schedule when your boiler turns on and off. The Nest Thermostat takes that schedule and makes it better.

By automatically replacing your programmer’s off-times with very low temperatures, Nest becomes a thermostat, programmer and frostat in one. You can save energy in normal weather, protect your pipes during a sudden frost and manage your heating schedule from one place.

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Energy partners.

When Nest partners with your energy company, good things happen.

You may be able to get instant rebates. Or receive a Nest Thermostat at no cost.

It’s time to look forward to your energy bill.

Seasonal Savings

As the weather changes, the Nest Thermostat can help you save by making small adjustments to the temperatures in your schedule.

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Energy Partners

Always connected.

Connect the Nest Thermostat to Wi-Fi and access it from your mobile, tablet or laptop. Just download the free Nest App or go to nest.com/home to sign up for a Nest Account.

Remote control

Change the temperature, adjust your schedule and settings, and get your Energy History. From anywhere.

Learn more >

Weather aware

Nest uses its Wi-Fi connection to check the current weather and the forecast. So it can understand how outside temperatures affect your energy use.

Automatic updates

Your thermostat will get regular software updates as long as it’s connected to Wi-Fi.

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Secure, private & reliable

Nest is completely secure and uses public key cryptography. Its security features include HTTPS, SSL, and 128-bit encryption.

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Senses and learns from you.

The Nest Thermostat gathers information from its built-in sensors.

Activity sensors

Nest’s activity sensors have a 150º wide-angle view. That range enables Nest to activate Auto-Away in 90% of homes.

Humidity sensor

Nest shows you indoor humidity to make sure your home isn’t too humid or too dry.

Temperature sensors

Three temperature sensors track the temperature in your home and how quickly it changes.

All together now.

Multiple Nests communicate with each other to help save you energy.

Nest in two homes
21 Home
Nest in two homes
23 Holiday home

Nest in two homes

You can control Nest Thermostats in two locations from one Nest Account. Check the temperature in your office and turn up the heat on your way there.

Multi-zone homes
20 Kitchen
18 Loft
20 Family Room

Multi-zone homes

Up to 20 thermostats can be controlled from one Nest Account. They’ll work together to save energy and coordinate Auto-Away.

Nest Thermostat tech specs

3.4 cm
8.3 cm
  • Solid stainless steel ring
  • Bright LCD screen:
    320 × 320 px display, 4.4 cm diameter
  • Built-in rechargeable lithium ion battery
  • Sensor window

Detailed Tech Specs

LCD Display

  • 24 bit color
  • 320 × 320 pixel display
  • 4.4 cm diameter

Languages

  • English (UK)
  • French
  • Spanish
  • Dutch

Warranty

  • Two-year limited warranty

Sensors

  • Temperature
  • Humidity
  • Near-field activity
  • Far-field activity
  • Ambient light

Battery

  • Built-in rechargeable lithium ion battery

Wireless

  • 802.11b/g/n @ 2.4GHz
  • 802.15.4 @ 2.4GHz

Bandwidth

  • Bandwidth less than 50MB/month upload and 10MB/month download (for software updates mainly)

Power consumption

  • Less than 1kWh/month

Size

Display

  • Mass = 220 g / 7.8 oz
  • Diameter = 8.3 cm
  • Height = 2.9 cm

Assembled Unit (Display + Base)

  • Mass = 254 g / 9.0 oz
  • Diameter = 8.3 cm
  • Height = 3.4 cm

Base

  • Mass = 34 g / 1.2 oz
  • Diameter = 7.7 cm
  • Height = 1.2 cm

In the box

  • Display
  • Base
  • Heat link
  • 1.5 m Power cord
  • Power plug
  • Optional trim kit
  • Wall screws
  • Installation Guide and warranty
  • Welcome Guide
  • Nest Pro installation card

Environmental

Green

  • RoHS
  • Arsenic free
  • Mercury free
  • PVC free
  • Recyclable packaging

Operating

  • Temp: 0ºC - 50ºC
  • up to 90% RH (unpackaged)
  • pressure = 2286 meters altitude

Storage

  • -20°C to 45°C / -4°F to 113°F
  • up to 80% RH (in packaging)
  • pressure = 5029 meters altitude

Compatibility

The Nest Learning Thermostat is compatible with almost all central heating systems, including:

  • Combi and condensing boilers
  • System and heat-only boilers
  • Hydronic underfloor systems
  • Air source and ground source heat pumps (heating only)
  • Zoned systems (one Nest Thermostat per zone)
  • Switched live systems
  • Low-voltage (dry contact) systems