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Nest learning thermostat. Tony fadell.


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Tony Fadell, the “father of the iPod,” has created the Nesting Learning Theromstat. Hailed as “the only thermostat that improves with time,” the thermostat programs itself based on your location and where the device is placed within the household. The thermostat turns itself done while you’re away and also claims to save you 20% on your heating or cooling bill.

The second-generation of the award-winning Nest thermostat, which is 20 percent slimmer and now compatible with 95 percent of low-voltage residential heating and cooling systems. Nest is also releasing version 3.0 of its software. New and existing customers will get several industry-first features that help to even better balance comfort and conservation. The second-generation Nest is available now at Nest for MSRP $249.00 (U.S.). The original Nest now has an MSRP of $229.00 (U.S.) and is available at Lowe’s while supplies last.

designer: tony fadell
producer: nest
period: 2012

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