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Nest Learning Thermostat 3rd Generation - $189.99 @Costco Wholesale

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Features:Works with Most Heating and Cooling SystemsLearns what Temperatures You LikeTurns Itself Down When You're AwayCompatible with Google Home and Alexa Voice ControlEnergy Star Certified
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Anyone know if a 4th generation version is coming out anytime soon?
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Ebay has the same price
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Anyone know if a 4th generation version is coming out anytime soon?
There will always be a new generation coming out, it's that way with all electronics.
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There will always be a new generation coming out, it's that way with all electronics.
Thanks for the obvious statement. I included "anytime soon" on purpose.
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Thanks for the obvious statement. I included "anytime soon" on purpose.
Just bought a 3rd on ebsy used for 145 no scratches at least. I needed a second.
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Nest 3rd gen, or Ecobee 3 with 3 room sensors (https://slickdeals.net/f/11211367-costco-ecobee-3-with-3-room-sensors-180-members-only)? I love the sleek look of the Nest, but on the other hand, love the idea of the room sensors of Ecobee to compensate for the unevenness of temperatures throughout the house.

I also have a friend picking up that pretty nice Smartthings Home Monitoring Kit (https://slickdeals.net/f/11194815-samsung-smartthings-home-monitoring-kit-water-leak-sensor-110-free-store-pickup?src=SiteSearch) for me since I couldn't make up my mind between the Wink 2 Hub, and the Smartthings Hub.

Input is always appreciated!

1st World Problems...
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First Time Poster, Long time lurker.

https://m.costco.com/Nest-Learnin...h2k3KxkpDz
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First Time Poster, Long time lurker.

https://m.costco.com/Nest-Learnin...h2k3KxkpDz
First rule whether posting, or lurking. Search first, repost.

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which is better the ecobee with the 3 sensors or the nest. I am in what they call a high ranch in the northeast.. walk in on a island, down 7 stairs is family room and 2 bedrooms, up 7 stairs in kitchen and our bedrrooms
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The best deal were on Black Friday, $115 at ComEd Market place. ComEd website still way cheaper than all of these prices. Instant rebate at the checkout.
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The best deal were on Black Friday, $115 at ComEd Market place. ComEd website still way cheaper than all of these prices. Instant rebate at the checkout.
This is helpful for ComEd customers. They are full retail price if not a customer.
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The best deal were on Black Friday, $115 at ComEd Market place. ComEd website still way cheaper than all of these prices. Instant rebate at the checkout.
Actually, assuming you are a ComEd customer, this is a better deal. That $115 price included a rebate built in. Here you pay and then are still eligible for the ComEd 50% rebate, bringing the price below the $115.
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anyone in the north east area care to comment about this vs ecobee? i have a 2 story colonial home with full finished basement. 2 zones (so I would need 2 units). one zone for the basement and ground floor about (1200sq foot each). the second zone is for the upstairs / bedrooms at about 1600 sq foot.

i currently have "dumb" thermostats from 11 years ago and we often have to pump it up to like 78 degrees in the cold winters to attain around 72-74 in cold spots downstairs (near the bay windows for example). upstairs seems to be better distributed and usually hovers in the 70-74 range.
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