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Testseek.co.uk have collected 52 expert reviews of the Nest Learning Thermostat and the average rating is 84%. Scroll down and see all reviews for Nest Learning Thermostat.
Award: Highest Rated July 2014
July 2014
 
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The editors liked

  • Relatively affordable
  • Attractive design and finish
  • Great mobile app
  • Very simple to operate
  • The next-gen Nest Learning Thermostat has a larger display
  • A better resolution and an all-new far-field sensor for viewing time and temperature information from a distance. It works with Amazon's Alexa
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  • Best looking smart thermostat solution
  • Adds hot water control for 3.0
  • Smartphone GPS tracking
  • Family Accounts
  • Detailed scheduling is easy to use
  • Learns your preferred settings over time
  • Sleek design
  • Simple and intuative
  • Works with Nest
  • Extremely simple to install
  • Works with a wide variety of heating and cooling systems
  • Automatically learns owner's heating/cooling habits
  • Super industrial design
  • Intuitive to use and setup
  • Exceptional smart learning
  • Excellent software support

The editors didn't like

  • Early adopters might be stung
  • Flaw in movement detection
  • Needs a specialist to install
  • Nest is behind in the accessories department
  • Remote temperature sensors would add a lot to this smart thermostat's functionality
  • Lacks zone controls around the home
  • Can sometimes be erratic in decision making
  • “heating boost” option would benefit for things like drying washing in winter
  • Lacks multiroom temp monitorin
  • No Apple HomeKit support
  • Expensive compared to other models
  • Does not work with other smart home systems
  • Thermostat requires constant power connection
  • Less granular control than Honeywell Evohome
  • Can't control hot water

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  Published: 2018-11-14, Author: Dominic , review by: techadvisor.co.uk

  • Abstract:  Nest manufactures a range of smart home products, but it made its name with its original 'Learning Thermostat'. For years you didn't get much of a choice when buying a Nest thermostat - you simply bought the latest model they'd made - but now the company...

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  Published: 2016-07-23, Author: David , review by: digitalspy.com

  • Abstract:  The Google-owned Nest Learning Thermostat is back in the headlines, after recent announcements at CES 2015 that it will be expanding its compatibility with a range of devices including Philips Hue light bulbs (they'll flash if something is wrong), Whirlpo...

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  Published: 2016-07-18, Author: Samuel , review by: theguardian.com

  • Abstract:  Britain's best unknown tech business ARM Holdings is being bought by Japan's SoftBank on the back of the promise of the Internet of Things (IoT). But what is IoT, and what has a chip designer like ARM got to do with it?The idea behind IoT is to create a h...

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  Published: 2015-11-17, Author: Jim , review by: techadvisor.co.uk

  • If you need only a single thermostat and don't want control over several zones, the Nest is a good choice. The Nest Protect smoke and carbon monoxide alarm also works with the thermostat, as does the Nest Cam camera. The 3rd generation can also control yo...

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  Published: 2015-02-24, Author: Max , review by: T3.com

  • Sleek design, Simple and intuative, Works with Nest
  • Lacks multiroom temp monitorin, No Apple HomeKit support

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  Published: 2014-12-03, Author: Dave , review by: dailystar.co.uk

  • There's no doubting Nest is a hot piece of technology.It looks stunning, is simple to use and ultimately will save you money on your heating.The self-learning is a nice touch although programming via the app is almost as easy and being able to remotely co...

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  Published: 2014-11-20, Author: Mike , review by: pocket-lint.com

  • Best looking smart thermostat solution, adds hot water control for 3.0, smartphone GPS tracking, Family Accounts, detailed scheduling is easy to use, learns your preferred settings over time
  • Lacks zone controls around the home, can sometimes be erratic in decision making, “heating boost” option would benefit for things like drying washing in winter
  • When it comes to intelligent heating solutions, the Nest Learning Thermostat is the best looking of the bunch that we've seen. It's elegant, easy to use, has great app integration and controls - plus you can control it when away from home, from anyw...

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  Published: 2014-07-16, Author: Desire , review by: techradar.com

  • Relatively affordable, Attractive design and finish, Great mobile app, Very simple to operate
  • Early adopters might be stung, Flaw in movement detection, Needs a specialist to install
  • As mentioned, this is the second version of the Nest. The first one proved to be so popular that Google bought it for a fat wad of cash and has pledged to make Nest more of a home gateway rather than just a thermostat. Nest will face a slew of smart ther...

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  Published: 2014-06-27, Author: Jason , review by: CNET.co.uk

  • The next-gen Nest Learning Thermostat has a larger display, a better resolution and an all-new far-field sensor for viewing time and temperature information from a distance. It works with Amazon's Alexa, too
  • Nest is behind in the accessories department; remote temperature sensors would add a lot to this smart thermostat's functionality
  • If you have the right sort of boiler and don't already have a thermostat, this is a great buy. Otherwise the appeal is more about the gadget lust and being able to switch on your heating from bed, but what's wrong with that?...

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  Published: 2014-06-17, Author: Gordon , review by: trustedreviews.com

  • Super industrial design, Intuitive to use and setup, Exceptional smart learning, Excellent software support
  • Thermostat requires constant power connection, Less granular control than Honeywell Evohome, Can't control hot water
  • The Nest thermostat is by far the most attractive and intuitive smart heating system we have seen to date. The pictures look good, but even they don't do it justice in use. A more complex and expensive system like Honeywell's Evohome offers more granular ...

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