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This deal is good.

But if you happen to have Costco already for $5 more you get 6 Month Nest Aware Subscription (single device).

If you already have multiple Nest devices then it is worthless, but if this is your first Nest device then 6 months represents measurable savings since the device is crappy without even the basic tier.
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These are also $180 at Best Buy, or $170 if you have BB Member pricing. Great deal if you don't mind paying a few extra bucks for easier returns/exchanges/etc if needed. Also not sure if the warranty applies to this particular eBay store/seller, so keep that in mind.
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Shit. I'm selling one on CL for $150.
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Shit. I'm selling one on CL for $150.
Hate when that happens lol.
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Lately I've had issues with app pulling up the live stream when someone rings the doorbell. It acts like its trying to pull up the feed but the circle just spins. Not sure what the issue is as the stream works fine if I just pull it up manually.
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I have a stupid question. What functionality does it have if I don't want to pay for any service?
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I have a stupid question. What functionality does it have if I don't want to pay for any service?
The least amount they could get away with.

Namely:
- Live video, with the app open.
- Two way audio with the app open.
- iOS/Android notifications about bell presses and limited motion (see below).
- No video recording at all.
- Still-image screenshots whenever motion is detected, but no way to configure activity zones [google.com], and this is "basic" motion detection [google.com] (i.e. crippled by design). No familiar faces, lots of false alerts, no ability to mark a busy road as "don't alert," etc.
- Only keeps the still-images for 3 hours maximum.

Essentially a Nest Hello is designed to require a subscription. The $6/m tier gives you the basics you likely expected out of the box (e.g. high quality motion detection/configure motion detection/short video clips of motion). The $12/m tier just adds 24/7 video recording, and you can scrub back in time.

If you don't plan to subscribe, I'd buy something else. Not even kidding.
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The least amount they could get away with.

Namely:
- Live video, with the app open.
- Two way audio with the app open.
- iOS/Android notifications about bell presses and limited motion (see below).
- No video recording at all.
- Still-image screenshots whenever motion is detected, but no way to configure activity zones [google.com], and this is "basic" motion detection [google.com] (i.e. crippled by design). No familiar faces, lots of false alerts, no ability to mark a busy road as "don't alert," etc.
- Only keeps the still-images for 3 hours maximum.

Essentially a Nest Hello is designed to require a subscription. The $6/m tier gives you the basics you likely expected out of the box (e.g. high quality motion detection/configure motion detection/short video clips of motion). The $12/m tier just adds 24/7 video recording, and you can scrub back in time.

If you don't plan to subscribe, I'd buy something else. Not even kidding.
Just to add onto this. Their new subscription model is for ALL nest cameras on your account, so if you buy more cameras you don't have to pay more for your subscription, at least not now.
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Does this integrate with SmartThings at all anymore?

I remember nest thermostats did and then they got rid of that...
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I got this as one of my first items for the Nest ecosystem (I am now neck deep haha). It's been great. It will give you alerts about seeing people, whether a package is dropped off, familiar face alerts, 2-way audio. I agree with the previously mentioned sentiment that this requires Nest Aware to be useful.
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I have a stupid question. What functionality does it have if I don't want to pay for any service?
If you don't want to pay for service go with the Eufy. I just replaced my Ring with a Eufy and the difference is amazing. Everything stores locally to the SD card, the video quality is much better than my ring and colors are bright, the notifications pop up with a face. Unlike Nest, the Eufy can't detect faces and announce who specifically is at the door. It will simply send a zoomed shot of the person. I will say if you plan on getting multiple cameras I would stick with Nest since their Nest Aware plan is a steal for unlimited cameras. But for the doorbell itself, there are many better options out there. Personally, the face algorithm seems very sketchy but I guess Google uses the technology in Google Photos.
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I have a stupid question. What functionality does it have if I don't want to pay for any service?
Just go with Eufy. It's free. The only reason I'd pay for a subscription is if they'd have some sort of security feature where they would alert the police in case of a break in or an emergency.
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There are some non-subscription doorbells available now like Eufy, but I personally went with Nest Hello doorbell because the video quality, software quality and integration with Google Max, and reliability has been way better than the other doorbells I've tried including Ring. If quality is what you're wanting, then paying the subscription is going to be a must at the moment.
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