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Google Nest Programmable Smart Thermostat 4th Generation - $129.83 - Amazon

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[Amazon.ca] Google Nest Programmable Smart Thermostat 4th Generation - $129.83 - Amazon

Was eyeing the Google Nest Smart Thermostat and found this one on sale. Only the snow color is discounted.

https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B08HRP ... =UTF8&th=1

Retails for $179.99 but is selling for $129.83 on Amazon.

Edit: Found the fog color on sale but for $138 - https://www.amazon.ca/Google-Nest-Therm ... 63&sr=8-15
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Nov 15, 2020
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Way inferior to 3rd gen. But it is less expensive.
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Do these work for apartment thermostats that are just heat?
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nicolascon wrote: Do these work for apartment thermostats that are just heat?
I think it only works for central heating. Not baseboard
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Thanks op, been meaning to get a smart thermostat for a while now. Can't go wrong at this price point
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Does this work in 50 year old condo ?
Anybody has experience with it.
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patel21 wrote: Does this work in 50 year old condo ?
Anybody has experience with it.
It depends entirely on your wiring. My house is from the 50s and it's compatible but it depends on which wires your OG thermostat uses.
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evilYoda wrote: Way inferior to 3rd gen. But it is less expensive.
But unlike the 3rd gen, Google promised the 4th will matter.
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Yay, now even your thermostat Can be a corporate spying device!
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Nest thermostats look really nice, but Ecobee is way more reliable and functional.

I've had both and Ecobee is the only one who's making a thermostat here.
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icyyicee wrote: Nest thermostats look really nice, but Ecobee is way more reliable and functional.

I've had both and Ecobee is the only one who's making a thermostat here.
Really? I had a nest before and have an ecobee now... I can't even turn on the furnace fan on a timer (e.g. the furnace fan on for 30 min). I've emailed ecobee about this and all I get is, "we'll definitely forward this feedback to our product teams" etc
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Are you still able to get a free thermostat through that enbridge program? or whatever it was?
My phone plan is $400 a month for 500 MB of data.
My internet plan is $199.99 for capped internet and slow speeds.
My credit cards are the ones with annual fees but terrible rewards.
Did I RFD correctly?
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scottmg wrote: Are you still able to get a free thermostat through that enbridge program? or whatever it was?
To my knowledge, they only offer $75 rebate by buying through Home Depot on certain products.
RFD makes me poor =(
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seymournexus wrote: To my knowledge, they only offer $75 rebate by buying through Home Depot on certain products.
i bought my ecobee from home depot after price matching from amazon, then using the 75$ enbridge discount. of course, that's when stores were open, could give the online customer service a try
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esq05 wrote: Really? I had a nest before and have an ecobee now... I can't even turn on the furnace fan on a timer (e.g. the furnace fan on for 30 min). I've emailed ecobee about this and all I get is, "we'll definitely forward this feedback to our product teams" etc
Well, i'm not saying Ecobee is perfect either, but at the very least, I didn't have to reset the internet connection once every 3 months or so.

The internet / account reset issue is not a singled out issue, because of my line of work, I've been recommending smart thermostat to my clients all these time. Most Enbridge customers will get the Nest device and most of the time my clients will have issue with the internet / account setting ;)
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esq05 wrote: Really? I had a nest before and have an ecobee now... I can't even turn on the furnace fan on a timer (e.g. the furnace fan on for 30 min). I've emailed ecobee about this and all I get is, "we'll definitely forward this feedback to our product teams" etc
the same - i went from Nest to Ecobee -- and back to Nest because the Ecobee was a pos in comparison
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Thanks OP Bought one for house warming gift
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esq05 wrote: Really? I had a nest before and have an ecobee now... I can't even turn on the furnace fan on a timer (e.g. the furnace fan on for 30 min). I've emailed ecobee about this and all I get is, "we'll definitely forward this feedback to our product teams" etc
i can turn on the fan but cant turn off....fan still running even i set it to 0 on ecobee..
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