The Nest Gets Updated, Sheds A Few Pounds Along The Way

It still feels a bit weird calling a thermostat sexy, but let’s be honest with ourselves for a moment, the Nest is as sexy as they come. The revolutionary thermostat that automatically adjusts temperature settings based on home-owners’ temperature patterns just got a drastic update.

Nest version 2.0 is now 20 percent thinner and sports a new stainless steel ring that will reflect the color of your walls (to help it blend in), as well as other software improvements.

If you’re in the market for a new thermostat, start your research with the Nest. It will set you back $249.00, but it will also save you some dollars along the way.

Interested in a review? You can check out our review of the first generation Nest here.

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