Black Friday Nest Thermostat deals are here, and they certainly aren’t disappointing. We’re seeing significant discounts on not only the base Nest Thermostat E but also the top-of-the-line Nest Learning Thermostat.
These smart thermostat discounts are the latest in a string of Black Friday smart home deals you can shop today. Just keep in mind that like most Black Friday deals, the best offers are in short supply — so shop now or risk missing out.
Top 5 Black Friday Nest Thermostat deals
- Google Nest Learning Thermostat (3rd Generation) — $200, was $250
- Google Nest Learning Thermostat (3rd Gen) — $200, was $250
- Google Nest Mini (2nd Gen) and Nest Learning Smart Thermostat (3rd Gen) — $219, was $300
- Nest Learning Thermostat (3rd Gen) with 7-inch Lenovo Smart Display — $260, was $350
- Nest Learning Thermostat, Nest Temperature Sensor 2-pack, and Google Home Mini — $267, was $348
Best Black Friday Nest Thermosat deals
Should you buy a Nest Thermostat on Black Friday?
The short answer is yes. Nest Thermostats are typically at their cheapest on Black Friday, and this year is no different. If you’re looking to improve convenience and cut costs on your heating bill, this is the time to buy. You’ll need to be quick, though: Stock is already running low … hurry, hurry, hurry!
How do Nest Temperature Sensors work?
The Nest Learning Thermostat and Nest Thermostat E both support Nest Temperature Sensors. These Nest sensors connect wirelessly with a Nest Thermostat via Bluetooth.
Once synced, the Nest Temperature Sensors then detect and report hot and cold spots in your home to a Nest Thermostat. You can set a Nest Thermostat to prioritize different sensors at different times as well. For example, if you work at home, you could have a Nest Temperature Sensor in your home office and set the thermostat to give priority to your office sensor during your regular working hours.
In the evening, you could prioritize a sensor in the family room or den and then switch to a sensor in your bedroom during your regular sleeping hours. This allows you (or rather, it allows your Nest Thermostat) to regulate the temperature in different rooms rather than throughout your entire home depending on your daily habits, which reduces overall energy consumption.
A single Nest thermostat can support up to six connected sensors. If you have multiple heating zones, each with its own Nest thermostat, then you can have up to a total of 18 sensors (limited to a max of six sensors per thermostat).
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