Get a nest learning thermostat for $ 198

Any self-respecting geek or stingy probably had his eye on the thermostat Nest learning, sexy (yes, sexy!) Programmable thermostat that learns your heating and cooling habits and uses this knowledge to reduce your bills.

Unfortunately, you have to spend money to save money: Nest sells for $ 249 pretty steep. But not today: Lowe's Nest Learning Thermostat for $ 198 shipped, plus sales tax, if applicable. And you can do a little better if you start your purchase TopCashback a refund site currently offering 6 percent return on orders Lowe. That brings your price down to about $ 186.

Important Note: This is the first generation Nest. The second generation model made its debut a few months ago, proposes a design slightly thinner and wider compatibility with home heating and cooling systems. (Be sure to click on the Compatibility Checker Nest on the product page of Lowe.)

Those tweaks notwithstanding, the first generation Nest thermostat is fun and effective, and supports software updates the latest, so functionally speaking, it should work a bit like the newer model.

You do not have to take my word for it. CNET Editor-in-Chief Lindsey Turrentine liked his review sample so she bought outright. And check for reviews users nearly 200 buyers rated 4.7 stars out of 5 on average.

I do not have a nest of myself, but I have recently adopted a Venstar T5800 ColorTouch, who shares the ability of the nest to be controlled by an application. This feature alone is worth the price of admission - nothing beats being able to adjust the temperature while you're, say, in bed or go home.

Moreover, the nest may well pay for itself over time. As it learns your habits, it warms or cools your home accordingly and automatically stops when the system detects that you're missing. Even if it saves you only $ 15.10 per month on energy bills, well, it adds up.

I must admit that for the extra $ 50, I'd probably spring for the new Nest. But if your programmable thermostat budget will not stretch that far, it is a good deal on last year's model. Your thoughts?

Many Bonus:.? For a limited time, Amazon knocks $ 30-50 off the Kindle Fire HD 8.9 "tablet when you apply FIRELOVE promo code at checkout How does it compare with, say, the iPad, Nook Mini HD + They all have their advantages and disadvantages., but $ 269 for the 16GB Kindle Fire HD 8.9 "(with ads) is a very sweel any way you slice it.

Bonus deal No. 2: I'm not sure for how long, but the iOS version of the classic strategy game Billet Rail is currently free. This is normally two dollars - and worth it, in my humble opinion. (But free is better.)
Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

Copyright © trends ksr Design by Trends | Blogger Theme by Trends | Powered by VenkatSiva

google-site-verification: google275ce468b0c3e392.html