Adapts to you
This cunning bit of kit automatically adjusts energy use to your routine. As you turn the temperature up and down, it gradually learns your schedule and creates one for you. Furthermore, the Auto-Away function tinkers with the temperature after you’ve left the house. It even automatically turns off the hot water if you’re away for a few days.
Knows when you're around
With the new Farsight feature, Nest’s Thermostat lights up when you’re near and shows the time or temperature you’ve set from across the room. This way you can keep track from a distance.
Controls your hot water
Keep on top of your hot water usage, and give it a boost before you step in the shower.
Ultimate control with the Nest App
Download Nest’s app on to your laptop or mobile (iOS, Android) to change the temperature and hot water use from anywhere. Whether it from your sofa or from work, this remote control gives you absolute power over your home.
Use Advanced Modulation to save even more
The third generation of the Nest Thermostat uses OpenTherm Technology to modulate your compatible, high-efficiency condensing boiler. This advanced tech can drive down your energy bill even more.
Use With Nest Protect
Not only can the Nest Thermostat help save your money, it can keep your home safe from deadly carbon monoxide leaks with the Nest Protect (sold separately). If the Protect detects the gas, it can tell the Thermostat to turn off the boiler – a leading cause of CO leaks.
Update Makes It Even Better
Nest work tirelessly to keep their customers happy, and they’ve rolled out an update to make their thermostats even better. Firstly, the Family Accounts feature lets up to 10 users manage your home with their own login. Secondly, the Home/Away Assist uses your phone’s location to boost home/away detection and make your energy usage as efficient as possible
Pair It With The Stand
The perfect partner for your new Smart Thermostat is Nest’s specially-designed stand.
Is Your Home Compatible?
The Nest Learning Thermostat works with most heating systems:
- Combi and condensing boilers
- System and heat-only boilers
- Hydronic underfloor systems
- Air source and ground source heat pumps (heating only)
- Zoned systems (one Nest Thermostat per zone)
- Switched live systems
- Low voltage (dry contact) systems
If you have a zoned system, each zone needs its own Nest Thermostat and Heat Link.