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My house was made in 1961 so its not a efficient house by todays standards, and i didn't realize that until i installed my nest. I'm going to tell you why you need to buy this over a basic programable thermostat. for the last year i have been using a honeywell programable thermostat, to save money i spent 30 minutes programing it, it allowed 4 temperature changes per day from monday to friday and 4 for saturday and sunday. now if you happen to take a week day off or have a schedule were you have a week day off, you could not adjust the thermostat just for that day, because of this i was always turning the programming off forgetting to turn it back on and just ended up leaving it at one temperature i don't have the time or memory to keep changing it, even though when i brought it i thought it would be easy to manage. nest solves this problem for me. its easy to program it allows for seemingly unlimited temperature changes any time and it also has auto away which will drop the temperature from my set schedule when i leave, and that is really helping! i almost never remember to turn down the heat or air when i leave the house it, and in my house depending on the time of the year the ac kicks in every 15-20 minutes thats a huge waste when i leave for the day forgetting to turn it down. but now auto away catches that for me. its constantly and automatically saving me money without any interaction from me. and trust me this adds up. nest shows you how long your ac or heat runs thought out the day and how long it runs in total in a 24 hour period. iv gone from 11 hours running per 24 hours to just running 4 hours, thats how much i was losing by not being constantly on top of my old thermostat. the next feature is genius, its called airwave, when im in my car with the ac blasting i will sometimes turn the ac button off and cold air still pumps in for a minute or so, the same thing happens with your house ac but only it stays colder for longer since it has bigger coils. nest takes advantage of this by turning the ac off but leaving the fan on to get a 10 minutes or so of cool air without the cost, now considering my ac is off and on every 15 minutes in the middle of summer this is going to add up to huge savings in my house, its an absolute must. so in review this is well worth the money once the newness wares off and you stop playing with it from your iphone and move on to your next gadget nest will be constantly monitoring your home to see if your away and working airwave saving you money month after month and all you have to do is set the temp you like and know that when you leave the house unexpectedly you dont have to change your whole program like you would on a basic themostat. nest w ill sense your gone and turn down the heat or temp, and then turn it right back to where you left it when you get home automaticaly. see if your honeywell can do that. thanks Nest!!
This is a great product. It does clean up the wonderful stuff that comes out of our beloved pets. However, it is sneakily expensive in that you have to pay $13 to have it shipped. Period.
So I've bounced around helmet brands for quite a while now. I started with a Bell, graduated to a Limar, and came to this, my current helmet, from a Lazer. Luckily I didn't fall prey to any major accidents throughout my biking history (knock on wood), so everytime i switched it was for comfort/ease.