Nest Learning Thermostat, 3rd Generation, Copper @ John Lewis - £169
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Nest Learning Thermostat, 3rd Generation, Copper @ John Lewis - £169

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Found 22nd Nov
After posting the Stainless Steel Amazon deal £154.99, I saw that some of you are hunting for the Nest in Copper and John Lewis now have this down to £169.00.

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Copper has been much lower than this historically however

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Fatso6662 m ago

Copper has been much lower than this historically however



Yeah fingers crossed, it's gonna be like a limbo soon... How low can you go Copper!

Jebus, these were 129 a few weeks back, guess they have to put them up to make Black friday seem good

I got this from amazon a few weeks ago & it looks really good. It was an upgrade from my Nest 2 and has a bigger screen & the display turns on whenever you are a few feet away. Well pleased with it.

Yeah i noticed this and really want it, but that historic price of 129 puts me off pulling the trigger

Got this brand new from Maplin for £100 few weeks ago.

It’s cheaper on amazon just seen lightning deal for it. Sure it was £159

jremdog1 h, 16 m ago

Yeah i noticed this and really want it, but that historic price of 129 …Yeah i noticed this and really want it, but that historic price of 129 puts me off pulling the trigger


Yeah me too, I would probably get it if it was £100 but at this price it's basically the normal price

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crazy_b36 m ago

It’s cheaper on amazon just seen lightning deal for it. Sure it was £159


In Copper? Still showing as £179 on Amazon for me.

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5Rivers791 h, 10 m ago

Got this brand new from Maplin for £100 few weeks ago.


Ah that's lucky, I wished i'd jumped on that steal!

Does anyone know of a Nest/Hive type thermostat which is battery powered? My existing thermostat is, so the Hive I recently bought can't be installed without an electrician running power to it (or so I'm led to believe...)

bloooo2 m ago

Does anyone know of a Nest/Hive type thermostat which is battery powered? …Does anyone know of a Nest/Hive type thermostat which is battery powered? My existing thermostat is, so the Hive I recently bought can't be installed without an electrician running power to it (or so I'm led to believe...)


Thermostat itself can be powered by a usb socket and u can place it anywhere you like. It is the hub which needs electric installation but you can easily find DIY videos on you tube for that.

stainless774 m ago

Thermostat itself can be powered by a usb socket and u can place it …Thermostat itself can be powered by a usb socket and u can place it anywhere you like. It is the hub which needs electric installation but you can easily find DIY videos on you tube for that.


Sorry you're right it is the hub I had the problem with!

bloooo4 h, 13 m ago

Does anyone know of a Nest/Hive type thermostat which is battery powered? …Does anyone know of a Nest/Hive type thermostat which is battery powered? My existing thermostat is, so the Hive I recently bought can't be installed without an electrician running power to it (or so I'm led to believe...)


Your existing wireless thermostat will have a unit somewhere (probably near the boiler), just swap it for the hub

dwl995 h, 55 m ago

I got this from amazon a few weeks ago & it looks really good. It was an …I got this from amazon a few weeks ago & it looks really good. It was an upgrade from my Nest 2 and has a bigger screen & the display turns on whenever you are a few feet away. Well pleased with it.


You upgraded a Nest for a bigger screen?!

benish71 h, 11 m ago

You upgraded a Nest for a bigger screen?!


Not exactly. It came up on amazon for £109 for a couple of hours so I grabbed one and flogged the old one on Gumtree. So it ended up up as a free upgrade!
Edited by: "dwl99" 22nd Nov

benish711 m ago

Your existing wireless thermostat will have a unit somewhere (probably …Your existing wireless thermostat will have a unit somewhere (probably near the boiler), just swap it for the hub


I'll have a hunt around, not spotted anything like that before

Does anyone know if the Nest is OK in a busy household, there are always a few people at home? Just wondering if that affects anything
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