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Nest Learning Thermostats

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Just had these bad boys installed.

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When i walk by them they wake up. I can change my temperature from anywhere in the world. They learn my patterns with artificial intelligence and adjust my temperature to what I like. Knows when I am away and helps me save energy.

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And I will use exactly dick of those things.

The temp is set to 72 until around October.

They came free with an install.

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as long as theyre not Skynet AI t-stats, you should be fine...

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I can't think of one time I wanted to change the temp in my house when I was not there.

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I can't think of one time I wanted to change the temp in my house when I was not there.
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These days, probably more commonly used by people who are home but too lazy to walk to the thermostat.

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If I go on a week's vacation during the summer, I turn the thermostat up while I'm away. This would be good for adjusting the temp a day before returning so I don't walk into a hot house. Other than that I'm not sure what else I'd use it for. Programmable thermostats can do much the same thing anyway, at much less cost.

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Yep. And I have seen a decrease in my power costs with my 100 dollar 5+2 thermostats.

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