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$50 cheaper and I would jumped all over this.
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$50 cheaper and I would jumped all over this.
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echobee4 vs nest3.. any thoughts?
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The fact that they are killing support for IFTTT is making me abandon the 2 Nest thermostats I have for something that supports IFTTT.

I have some great automations I will be missing come August!

Two first gen Nest going to Craigslist.
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echobee4 vs nest3.. any thoughts?
Go with the ecobee. The sensors that are offered makes a world of difference if you have some spots in the house that run hotter or colder than others. You can also set the comfort zones for the sensors. Nest is limited to just the one zone.
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$50 cheaper and I would jumped all over this.
Ditto
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Go with the ecobee. The sensors that are offered makes a world of difference if you have some spots in the house that run hotter or colder than others. You can also set the comfort zones for the sensors. Nest is limited to just the one zone.
That is not entirely true. Nest has sensors too, which can be used to prioritize certain rooms.
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That is not entirely true. Nest has sensors too, which can be used to prioritize certain rooms.
You're correct. Now they do, they didnt before. You have to purchase them separately for $40 each. Ecobee comes with one for free.
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echobee4 vs nest3.. any thoughts?
Echobee all the way F Google
They are dropping works with nest and it will be locked to their ecosystem and no IFTTT support
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The fact that they are killing support for IFTTT is making me abandon the 2 Nest thermostats I have for something that supports IFTTT.

I have some great automations I will be missing come August!

Two first gen Nest going to Craigslist.
Are they killing it entirely?
My understanding was that they're getting rid of "works with nest" (including ifttt) and everything would work through google home (soon to be nest home) now so you can still set up ifttt routines through google home but you'd have to reconfigure pretty much everything from scratch.

Is that not the case?
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I got this deal for 170 plus tax with the 15% Rakuten coupon that's posted on frontpage
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