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Review: Nest Learning Thermostat (second gen) is worthy of all the buzz

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  • Nest Labs Nest Learning Thermostat
    4.5/5
    $249.00
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    If you don't have a home-control system, the Nest is the smartest investment you can make when it comes to managing your home's interior climate.

At a Glance

If you don't have a home-control system, the Nest is the smartest investment you can make when it comes to managing your home's interior climate.

Price when rated: $249
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Pros

  • Beautiful design
  • Very easy to install and program
  • Excellent web portal and reporting features

Cons

  • Self-learning features are overrated
  • Slightly expensive
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