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Nest T200377 Learning Programmable Room Thermostat

Product Code: 5763C

Programmer and thermostat in one. Change the room temperature, adjust your heating schedule and view your energy use through one simple device. Auto-Schedule mode recognises your preferred temperatures and programs itself accordingly. Regulates heat to be efficient, displaying the Leaf icon when you're saving energy. Auto-Away setting automatically reduces the heat when the house is empty. Operate remotely from mobile, tablet or laptop. Stand (Code 6803C) available separately.

Product contents:
Display, base, heat link, power cord and plug, Li-ion rechargeable battery, optional trim kit, wall screws, installation guide, warranty and Nest Certified installation card.

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Rated 3 out of 5 OK, but one big limitation.... Looks very nice an all that, and clever at learning (status is still 'learning' and not 'Ready' on mine after 2 months....), however if you want to manually programme, say to come on every morning as you wake up, you can only set it for a minimum of 1 hour, when you might just want a quick 30 mins to take the chill away as you wake up. Even the old clumsy thermostats with the fiddly pegs could handle 15 min intervals, so why not a clever device such as this....? Numerous requests and suggestions for this feature on the official Nest forum but no sensible response form Nest about it. If they are about saving energy, then surely this is a no brainer.... 11 Dec 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by All Fur Coat I install and design a lot of heating control systems, thought I'd try the nest as it looks nice and seems well designed. Firstly the need to be constantly plugged in via a USB adapter is pretty poor and lends itself to a DIY desktop market. (though can be installed via 12V Wired Supply) My biggest problem has been the range of Nest propriety WiFi or lack of. When I site this stat anywhere useful it is continually offline so ends up on a wire within 20' of the receiver. Very very poor. Heatmiser is a far better system being Mesh network and having a far better range plus a better app, cheaper and easier to add to.. Looks very nice though.. 11 Dec 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Amazing customer service I've had this unit for 11 months now and love it. I just noticed I now have some dead pixels on the screen so I contacted NEST and they have sent me a free replacement unit AND also said I will have a call in a week from a NEST installer who will install the until. Not that I can't install it, but I thought its better to let them do it incase anything goes wrong and I can say they did the install. Amazing customer service 8 Dec 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Nest - buying guide. It's a very sexy piece of technology that does it's job well. I have had my Nest for 6 months now and I like it. Here are some points that may be of use to those thinking of buying one. - The 2nd generation one sold by Screwfix is fine for heating control only - e.g. for combi boilers. - A 3rd generation version has just been launched and, though more expensive, also controls the hot water (if you have a separate water tank). This version also has several enhancements, such as bigger screen and farsight - see Nest site. Cons: - Whilst the screen does show the current temperature in small print, the main figure displayed is the target temperature - of zero interest to most of the family and irrelevant when the heating is not on e.g. in the summer. It is irritating that there isn't an option to see current temperature when you're more than 3 ft from it. - with the 2nd gen version you sometimes have to dance around like an idiot to get it to sense you and switch on the display. 3rd gen version has longer range motion detection. I would give it 5* throughout if it weren't for the above as it is otherwise a superb quality device. I use mine on an oil boiler and it has definitely smoothed out the heat-swings we used to get with the old thermostat. Difficult to tell yet whether it is saving us money as we were pretty mean with the old thermostat, but it certainly makes life easier as I barely need to touch it now. 23 Nov 2015
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4 Feb 2016
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Hi Claz,

The Nest comes with the "Heat Link" which would be hardwired to your boiler and doesn't have to be visible. It can communicate with the Nest either wirelessly, via wires or both. We'd recommend a Nest Pro to get it installed to have it working as expected. Please find one in your area here:
https://nest.com/#pro

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Based on the pictures this is the 2nd generation. The screen takes up more of the face on the 3rd gen. Plus Nest say there is no UK release date yet for the 3rd gen one.
4 Nov 2015
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I am replacing a Honeywell CM67 wired thermostat - it has only 2 wires when I remove it - will the nest work with this sort of installation?
23 Sep 2015
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The heat link (the part that is connected to your boiler/controls) is a changeover relay basically which will mimic a thermostat switch.

I guess when you short the two wires you talk about together the boiler will start.

Therefore you should install the heat link in place of the thermostat, but at the programmer end and use the two wires to power the Nest thermostat from the heat link
27 Sep 2015
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I wish to switch two separate zones at the same time from one nest thermostat.
12 Sep 2015
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You would wire between 1 heat link and where the other would need connected to. As one thermostat would only sync to one heat link
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If you have 2 zone valves, just wire them both to the same heat link. My advice search for a Nest Pro installer and get them to do it.
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Nope.
The nest only controls one heat link per thermostat.

If you want to do two zones you need two thermostats and two heat links.
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Specification

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Brand Nest
Colour Stainless Steel
Display Type Digital Display
Model No T200377
Pack Size 1
Product Depth 34 mm
Product Diameter 83 mm
Product Type Learning Programmable Room Thermostat
Total Product Weight 0.55 kg