The Nest Thermostat E is a smart thermostat that turns itself down when you’re away. It helps you save energy and keep your home comfortable. You can control it from anywhere with the Nest app, and it works with Alexa and Google Assistant so you can adjust the temperature with your voice. And its frosted display is beautifully designed to blend right in.  Remote control and mobile notifications require working internet and Wi-Fi.  Energy savings are not guaranteed and depend on energy usage, weather, and other factors.  Independent studies showed that Nest thermostats saved people an average of 10% to 12% on heating and 15% on cooling. Based on typical energy costs, we’ve estimated average savings of $131 to $145 a year. Individual savings are not guaranteed.
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Programmable smart thermostat that learns the temperatures you like and programs itself to help you save energy and stay comfortable
Start with a simple schedule and easily adjust it whenever you like in the Nest app
Home/Away Assist automatically adjusts itself to an Eco Temperature after you leave, so you don’t heat or cool an empty home
Remote control lets family members change the temperature on this smart thermostat from anywhere using a phone, laptop, or tablet
The Nest Leaf appears when you choose a temperature that saves energy; with Energy History, just check your phone to see how much energy you used and find out how to save more
Works with the Nest Temperature Sensor (sold separately) to help make sure a certain room is the exact temperature you want it to be
Works with Alexa, Google Assistant, and other smart speakers so you can adjust the temperature with your voice
Designed to fit any home, with a frosted display that blends into the background
Easy installation, typically in 60 minutes or less, with everything you need included in the box; compatible with 95% of heating and cooling systems
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