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Google Nest T3028GB Nest Learning Thermostat, 3rd Generation, silver £159.99 at Amazon
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Google Nest T3028GB Nest Learning Thermostat, 3rd Generation, silver
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  • Connected programmable thermostat that lets you control your heating more efficiently. You can control up to 20 thermostats per home
  • Change the temperature and more from your smartphone (iOS and Android).
  • Smart programming to help you save energy. The Nest thermostat smartly adjusts itself to your preferred temperatures, your home’s insulation, and the weather outside
  • Uses your phone’s location and built-in activity sensors to automatically avoid heating an empty home.
  • Compatible with almost all individual heating systems (gas boilers, oil boilers, condensing boilers, heat pumps, underfloor heating, OpenTherm systems).
  • Install it yourself or with the help of a Nest Pro installer (installation sold separately).

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My Nest is currently learning Italian as a second language and also 16th century tapestry.
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I have this and even though it works great. I now regret buying it since Google acquired Nest.

Google has shutdown the API service for Home Automation enthusiasts.

Google is interested in keeping all your data to themselves and their advertisers, which is why I would not recommended anyone to purchase this anymore.
The_Engineer01/04/2020 17:34

I have this and even though it works great. I now regret buying it since …I have this and even though it works great. I now regret buying it since Google acquired Nest.Google has shutdown the API service for Home Automation enthusiasts. Google is interested in keeping all your data to themselves and their advertisers, which is why I would not recommended anyone to purchase this anymore.


In Home Assistant there is a community addon called Bad Nest which works.
Not super simple to setup, but works well for an unofficial add-on.
I’d recommend it. Well worth the money. Think I had it for £149 from Toolstation on offer. The holder was bought on eBay for about £18. The Nest works well.

Advised by a British Gas engineer that they cover a Hive with home-care but won’t cover Nest. Which makes me think I may change to Hive?
I’m on my 2nd nest thermostat (i bought another after a house move)
I have to agree that google are ruining the experience and if I was in the same position again I would not buy another. My other half can’t seem to set up the nest on her phone (for the location setting stuff) which is something to do with google as it was simple to do and worked fine in the old house.
such a shame as the 3rd gen nest, in my opinion, is a nicer bit of kit than the hive to look at. Quickly turned off the “learning” feature first time round as it was useless.

ive always wondered/worried why there has been no new generations released, same with the hive though. Nest 3rd gen came out in 2015 I think.

also, install costs are now obscene if you use a nest pro installer. They used to charge £60 and are now £90!
My Nest is currently learning Italian as a second language and also 16th century tapestry.
Welshy198501/04/2020 18:06

I’d recommend it. Well worth the money. Think I had it for £149 from To …I’d recommend it. Well worth the money. Think I had it for £149 from Toolstation on offer. The holder was bought on eBay for about £18. The Nest works well. Advised by a British Gas engineer that they cover a Hive with home-care but won’t cover Nest. Which makes me think I may change to Hive?


If you have a boiler that supports OpenTherm, then you should probably stick with Nest. Hive does not support it.
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Edited by: "werewhelk" 2nd Apr
Would have a gas engineer install affect my warranty on my boiler? Pretty sure my Worcester bosch 25i installed late late 2017 still has quite a few years warranty left.
My thermostat receiver failed (Cheap "Celect" brand where I cannot even find the manual onliine) yesterday and in a blind panic I ordered this Honeywell one for £110.99 - Link to Honeywell
Which is the better product as I can always return and order the Nest?
Had the nest installed in the last month or so and generally pretty happy with it... it takes a bit of time to refine the algorithm but it's now begun to be a lot more reliable and predictable. Also worst case just turn it on with your mobile - that was the main draw for me in any case.

I paid £189.99 from screwfix when these were generally goig for £200+ incl stand so at this price bit of a no brainer for me.

Just double check you get the right one for your boiler as apparently theres a combi boiler one and a tank version
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