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  • Works with compatible Nest thermostats; the sensor tells the thermostat what the temperature is in the room where it's placed and the thermostat uses that reading to control when the system turns on or off to keep that room the temperature you like.
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I really wish it would let you set custom time schedules too. Not everyone goes to bed/gets up at the same time.
You can tell it, for instance, to use a bedroom sensor in the evening/night to set the temp since you'll be in your bedroom sleeping without worrying about the temp in the rest of the house. In my case, I have it use the sensor in my office during the days since I don't care if my dining room or kitchen is running a little hot or cold. Rarely do all rooms in your house run the same temp since some parts of the house may sit in the shade or sun during parts of the day. For people with basements or multiple stories, this can be handy.

As another use case, let's say your thermostat sits in a room where it gets direct sunlight all day. This may cause your AC to work overtime since it thinks the house is warmer than it actually is, wasting energy. This lets the thermostat have more accurate information about how the rest of the house is doing. Just a few examples of why you might choose to use the sensors.
This is a huge oversight on googles part. I simply don't understand this.

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Thumbed up, OP. Best price so far according to CCC but still too expensive IMHO. I have nest thermostat already and these sensors are only useful for folks who already own the nest thermostat. With a niche market this is actually quite pricey.
I really wish it would let you set custom time schedules too. Not everyone goes to bed/gets up at the same time.
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Didn't Office Depot have these for about $10 a few weeks ago?
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I really wish it would let you set custom time schedules too. Not everyone goes to bed/gets up at the same time.
This is a huge oversight on googles part. I simply don't understand this.
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Didn't Office Depot have these for about $10 a few weeks ago?
Yep, clearance YMMV in store. Missed out on that, so I guess I'll keep waiting and hoping they'll have something similar down the road.
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Didn't Office Depot have these for about $10 a few weeks ago?
Yep. I was able to get the last one in my area. Apparently they may be phasing out an old model for a new one. But I would definitely buy a few more at $10. Still not happy at $30.

edit - looked at the link and these appear to be the new ones, as I understand it. they have the Google 'g' on them instead of 'nest'
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This is a huge oversight on googles part. I simply don't understand this.
I wish they would let you use different thermostats as sensors. We have two seperate systems for ac and zone heat, so we run multiple thermostats to control the zones for heat. In the summer, ac is the controller in one room, but we want other rooms to drive the temp. Solution is to buy sensors, but it's stupid when you literally have a fully functional TSTAT that is reading that data that should be able to cross talk.
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Thumbed up, OP. Best price so far according to CCC but still too expensive IMHO. I have nest thermostat already and these sensors are only useful for folks who already own the nest thermostat. With a niche market this is actually quite pricey.
They aren't even that useful to those of us with Nest thermostats. Seriously gimped by Google's decision to end the open API for Nest.

It would be trivial to have useful functionality like "run fan until upstairs bedroom is at 75 degrees starting at 3"
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Only for third gen and newer, super weakkkk
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these things are close to useless.

what's the point of 3?
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these things are close to useless.

what's the point of 3?
Basement, mainfloor, upstairs - you can set which one nest should use in the morning vs afternoon
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Only for third gen and newer, super weakkkk
This is false. The new Nest Thermostat doesn't work with these. They're for the 3rd generation and the E only.
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Are these things even useful? If your bedroom isn't warm enough don't your just turn the temp up another degree or two?
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