Sorry, this deal has expired. Get notified of deals like this in the future. Add Deal Alert for this Item
Frontpage Deal

Google Nest Learning Thermostat E + Nest Mini (Gen 2)+ 2-Pk Deco Smart Plug EXPIRED

$129
$218.00
+ Free Shipping
+84 Deal Score
63,070 Views
Update: This popular offer is available again

BuyDig via eBay has Google Nest Learning Thermostat E (T4000ES) + Nest Mini (Gen 2, Various Colors) + 2-Pack Deco Smart Plug on sale for $129. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian
Share
Good deal?
You gave thanks to iconian for this post.
Thank you!
iconian posted this deal. Say thanks!
If you purchase something through a post on our site, Slickdeals may get a small share of the sale.
Deal
Score
+84
63,070 Views
$129
$218.00
About the OP
Send Message
Pro Sr. Deal Editor
Joined Feb 2006 Slickdeals Editor R U an ultracrepidarian?
130,000 Reputation Points
15,916 Deals Posted
13,109 Votes Submitted
61,186 Comments Posted

50 Comments

1 2 3 4

Featured Comments

I will give the thumbs up on this based on regular retail price but as a note of something to be cognizant of, after having the Nest Thermostat E for about 8 months now, I have seen an increase in energy bills every single month compared to the previous year. This has occurred despite keeping the thermostat at more conservative temperatures than with my previous, basic programmable thermostat. I have tried changing schedules, using the Eco Mode, and any other tricks I could think of. Energy bills were still consistently higher and it only started the month that I installed this thermostat. Now, I am NOT claiming that this thermostat is definitely to blame. What I am saying is that it seems to be the only factor that has changed in our everyday lives so it stands to reason that it is probably having something to do with our higher energy bills. I do enjoy the ability to change settings remotely or with my voice via Google Assistant. The settings are fairly straight forward and easy to manage.
I purchased mine directly from Georgia Power Company for $100. They offer smart thermostats for discounted prices. Many states also offer this incentive to buy energy saving products so it is always worth it to check that out as an option as well. For Georgia Power, the only catch was that my residence had to qualify and the reduced price can only be redeemed once per residence.
21 Helpful?
One thing about the nest is it preheats. So if you set it to be at 75 at 7, it may start preheating at 6 to reach that temp. Other thermostats would switch to 75 at 7, and then there would be a delay in actually reaching that temp. Perhaps this is part of it!
9 Helpful?

Sign up for a Slickdeals account to remove this ad.

This comment has been rated as unhelpful by Slickdeals users
Joined Nov 2019
L2: Beginner
44 Posts
10 Reputation
#3
Thanks OP, was planning on picking this up to rig the thermostat with a raspberry pi to work with HomeKit, this is going to be a fun project.
Reply Helpful Comment? 0 0
This comment has been rated as unhelpful by Slickdeals users
Joined Jun 2005
Sickdeals master
3,902 Posts
1,153 Reputation
#4
I wish google store match the deal
Reply Helpful Comment? 1 2
This comment has been rated as unhelpful by Slickdeals users
Joined Jan 2019
L4: Apprentice
390 Posts
95 Reputation
Our community has rated this post as helpful. If you agree, why not thank ?
#5
I will give the thumbs up on this based on regular retail price but as a note of something to be cognizant of, after having the Nest Thermostat E for about 8 months now, I have seen an increase in energy bills every single month compared to the previous year. This has occurred despite keeping the thermostat at more conservative temperatures than with my previous, basic programmable thermostat. I have tried changing schedules, using the Eco Mode, and any other tricks I could think of. Energy bills were still consistently higher and it only started the month that I installed this thermostat. Now, I am NOT claiming that this thermostat is definitely to blame. What I am saying is that it seems to be the only factor that has changed in our everyday lives so it stands to reason that it is probably having something to do with our higher energy bills. I do enjoy the ability to change settings remotely or with my voice via Google Assistant. The settings are fairly straight forward and easy to manage.
I purchased mine directly from Georgia Power Company for $100. They offer smart thermostats for discounted prices. Many states also offer this incentive to buy energy saving products so it is always worth it to check that out as an option as well. For Georgia Power, the only catch was that my residence had to qualify and the reduced price can only be redeemed once per residence.
Reply Helpful Comment? 28 7
This comment has been rated as unhelpful by Slickdeals users
Joined Aug 2011
L5: Journeyman
567 Posts
85 Reputation
#6
So I have a 2nd gen regular nest, and of course it doesn't work with the temperature sensor, which id like to put in our nursery. Is the E a sidegrade or downgrade?
Reply Helpful Comment? 0 0
This comment has been rated as unhelpful by Slickdeals users
Joined Nov 2003
L10: Grand Master
12,109 Posts
1,045 Reputation
#7
Quote from hacklovemaster
:
I wish google store match the deal
me too. still have $100 to spend there and dont knowwhat to get thats not overpriced.
Reply Helpful Comment? 0 1
This comment has been rated as unhelpful by Slickdeals users
Joined Jun 2005
Sickdeals master
3,902 Posts
1,153 Reputation
#8
Quote from deshwasi
:
me too. still have $100 to spend there and dont knowwhat to get thats not overpriced.
Samsung and google credit is suck. Will Never buy anything with credit offer. ^.^
Reply Helpful Comment? 2 2
This comment has been rated as unhelpful by Slickdeals users
Joined Aug 2011
L5: Journeyman
567 Posts
85 Reputation
#9
Quote from hacklovemaster
:
Samsung and google credit is suck. Will Never buy anything with credit offer. ^.^
Could lump Dell credit in too honestly. Just gotta buy things with credit when there's other stuff you know you can use it on.
Reply Helpful Comment? 0 0

Sign up for a Slickdeals account to remove this ad.

This comment has been rated as unhelpful by Slickdeals users
Joined Jun 2005
Sickdeals master
3,902 Posts
1,153 Reputation
#10
Quote from ZeeLobby
:
Could lump Dell credit in too honestly. Just gotta buy things with credit when there's other stuff you know you can use it on.
Dell credit is not bad as Dell always has Door Buster or TV deal. I bought these deal and resell to to get my GC value back in cash.
Reply Helpful Comment? 1 0
This comment has been rated as unhelpful by Slickdeals users
Joined Aug 2011
L5: Journeyman
567 Posts
85 Reputation
#11
Quote from hacklovemaster
:
Dell credit is not bad as Dell always has Door Buster or TV deal. I bought these deal and resell to to get my GC value back in cash.
Yeah. But the best deals are usually the ones going on while they offer credits, meaning your credits show up a week later when the doorbusters aren't as good. I mean don't get me wrong. Dell is better, but the only credit which is really as good as cash these days is for Amazon.

another option is to use credit to buy something you can return to Target without receipt for store credit.
Reply Helpful Comment? 0 1
This comment has been rated as unhelpful by Slickdeals users
Joined Feb 2018
New User
15 Posts
14 Reputation
Our community has rated this post as helpful. If you agree, why not thank ?
#12
Quote from GeoffreyK1967
:
I will give the thumbs up on this based on regular retail price but as a note of something to be cognizant of, after having the Nest Thermostat E for about 8 months now, I have seen an increase in energy bills every single month compared to the previous year. This has occurred despite keeping the thermostat at more conservative temperatures than with my previous, basic programmable thermostat. I have tried changing schedules, using the Eco Mode, and any other tricks I could think of. Energy bills were still consistently higher and it only started the month that I installed this thermostat. Now, I am NOT claiming that this thermostat is definitely to blame. What I am saying is that it seems to be the only factor that has changed in our everyday lives so it stands to reason that it is probably having something to do with our higher energy bills. I do enjoy the ability to change settings remotely or with my voice via Google Assistant. The settings are fairly straight forward and easy to manage.
I purchased mine directly from Georgia Power Company for $100. They offer smart thermostats for discounted prices. Many states also offer this incentive to buy energy saving products so it is always worth it to check that out as an option as well. For Georgia Power, the only catch was that my residence had to qualify and the reduced price can only be redeemed once per residence.
One thing about the nest is it preheats. So if you set it to be at 75 at 7, it may start preheating at 6 to reach that temp. Other thermostats would switch to 75 at 7, and then there would be a delay in actually reaching that temp. Perhaps this is part of it!
Reply Helpful Comment? 11 2
This comment has been rated as unhelpful by Slickdeals users
Joined Jan 2019
L4: Apprentice
390 Posts
95 Reputation
#13
Quote from LOliveira
:
One thing about the nest is it preheats. So if you set it to be at 75 at 7, it may start preheating at 6 to reach that temp. Other thermostats would switch to 75 at 7, and then there would be a delay in actually reaching that temp. Perhaps this is part of it!
I have my settings set to accommodate for this. I've thought the same thing and tried to play with different schedules and timelines. The way I had it set was really the same thing I would do to have my old thermostat scheduled to begin cooling a while before we would get home in the afternoon. I'm just baffled as to what has caused such a high increase in our bills
Reply Helpful Comment? 0 0
This comment has been rated as unhelpful by Slickdeals users
Joined Dec 2006
L9: Master
5,529 Posts
2,795 Reputation
Pro
#14
Make sure you check with your local power company first. Mine is currently offering a Nest E with a free Nest Mini for $9. Yes, nine dollars. So unless that smart plug is worth $120...
Reply Helpful Comment? 4 1
This comment has been rated as unhelpful by Slickdeals users
Joined Dec 2009
L4: Apprentice
489 Posts
598 Reputation
Pro
#15
Quote from GeoffreyK1967
:
I have my settings set to accommodate for this. I've thought the same thing and tried to play with different schedules and timelines. The way I had it set was really the same thing I would do to have my old thermostat scheduled to begin cooling a while before we would get home in the afternoon. I'm just baffled as to what has caused such a high increase in our bills
Sorry if this is obvious but have fuel rates remained the same YoY?
Reply Helpful Comment? 3 0
Page 1 of 4
1 2 3 4
Join the Conversation
Add a Comment
 
Link Copied to Clipboard