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Home Depot has the thermostat plus a 2-pk of sensors for same price if you prefer that over these added items.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Googl.../305092902
I had a Nest 3rd gen thermostat for a while and it was amazing. One day the Wifi dropped and it would not find any network. I did a reset and it worked. After that it was downhill and never worked for more then probably 4 hours without losing WiFi or reading the wrong temperature indoors. It was off by as much as 15 degrees in either direction. I tried to get service but got no response from Google. It was great while it worked but the incorrect temp readings were causing my equipment to run too much. I took it off the wall. Maybe I got a bad one but I suspect it was an automatic update that ruined it. Before anyone comments, yes I ran through all the interference tests, yes, I verified my router as compatible and reset it a dozen times, yes, I ran through all the troubleshooting and knowledge based Q&A. I will not trust a smart thermostat for a very long time. The apparent convenience of controlling it with an app is not as important as trusting the device to work.
I mean $50 off

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in for one, been waiting for a deal on these since i bought my new place. my power company has a 50 dollar mail in rebate on top of this so i basically got an extra temperature sensor and wall plate for free
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Thanks OP I got 2 for the new house. Been looking for a deal.
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Costco also has this for $50 and it includes a sensor in case you're not interested in the plugs and SD card.
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Costco also has this for $50 and it includes a sensor in case you're not interested in the plugs and SD card.
I mean $50 off
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Home Depot has the thermostat plus a 2-pk of sensors for same price if you prefer that over these added items.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Googl.../305092902
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Is a 4th gen coming out anytime soon?
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Is a 4th gen coming out anytime soon?
You can take it for what it's worth, but I did see this article.
https://homeguidereport.com/nest-...ermostats/
I like the HD deal though, thanks @deadweight21 for sharing.
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You can take it for what it's worth, but I did see this article.
https://homeguidereport.com/nest-...ermostats/
I like the HD deal though, thanks @deadweight21 for sharing.
Did you read your link? It looks like it was written by a bot and talked about the Nest 4's release in 2019.....
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Home Depot has the thermostat plus a 2-pk of sensors for same price if you prefer that over these added items.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Googl.../305092902

This seems to be the best deal right now.
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I had a Nest 3rd gen thermostat for a while and it was amazing. One day the Wifi dropped and it would not find any network. I did a reset and it worked. After that it was downhill and never worked for more then probably 4 hours without losing WiFi or reading the wrong temperature indoors. It was off by as much as 15 degrees in either direction. I tried to get service but got no response from Google. It was great while it worked but the incorrect temp readings were causing my equipment to run too much. I took it off the wall. Maybe I got a bad one but I suspect it was an automatic update that ruined it. Before anyone comments, yes I ran through all the interference tests, yes, I verified my router as compatible and reset it a dozen times, yes, I ran through all the troubleshooting and knowledge based Q&A. I will not trust a smart thermostat for a very long time. The apparent convenience of controlling it with an app is not as important as trusting the device to work.
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I had a Nest 3rd gen thermostat for a while and it was amazing. One day the Wifi dropped and it would not find any network. I did a reset and it worked. After that it was downhill and never worked for more then probably 4 hours without losing WiFi or reading the wrong temperature indoors. It was off by as much as 15 degrees in either direction. I tried to get service but got no response from Google. It was great while it worked but the incorrect temp readings were causing my equipment to run too much. I took it off the wall. Maybe I got a bad one but I suspect it was an automatic update that ruined it. Before anyone comments, yes I ran through all the interference tests, yes, I verified my router as compatible and reset it a dozen times, yes, I ran through all the troubleshooting and knowledge based Q&A. I will not trust a smart thermostat for a very long time. The apparent convenience of controlling it with an app is not as important as trusting the device to work.
I had an issue where my device suddenly quit detecting any WiFi networks. 1 device out of 2 after working fine for years. The other ran all the same updates and had no problems at all (gen 2s). I hesitated to call and when I finally did it was "just" out of warranty... will eventually hook it up to try again at my new place. Got a Gen 3 on a deal shortly after ($100 from power company) and was fine as well for a year or so before I moved and left the operational ones.

I have a Honeywell smart thermostat now which is no good and some regular Honeywell ones which are fine. The smart one doesn't respect the temperature thresholds set after it has a WiFi disconnection issue. Apparently just have to clear the alert to "fix" it (not what the error code means per the manual but from the HVAC guys). Ran 15 degrees past what it was set to stop at (readings were ok just doesn't respect them).

Hope I can get closer to the $100 price point on some Nests again since I am still in the market for 2 or 3 "smart" thermostats for some dumb reason.

Long story short... I should probably just learn my lesson like you did Smilie
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Added coupon DIG5 for $5 off.
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Home Depot has the thermostat plus a 2-pk of sensors for same price if you prefer that over these added items.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Googl.../305092902
One thing to note about Home Depot - it rang up in the store for $249. At my Home Depot they said they wouldn't price match their online price and if I wanted it at that price I'd have to order it online, select in store pickup, and come back in two hours. Annoying but whatever I'm doing it... haha.
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