ASavings (99% positive feedback, Top-Rated Plus Seller) via eBay Daily Deals offers the Nest 3rd Generation Learning Thermostat for $199.99 shipped. This is a $49 discount off the original listing/Amazon, within $1 of our previous mention and the best offer available.

The third-generation Nest Learning Thermostat is loaded with features to help you save money and energy plus easily manage your furnace/air conditioner. It features auto scheduling/programming, full remote control with the Nest app, and works with just about every heating system on the market. You can use Nest’s handy compatibility tool to confirm if your system will work with this thermostat. This is the best-selling product of its kind at Amazon with a 4.6/5 star rating by over 5,100 reviewers. 

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A thinner, sleeker design. A bigger, sharper display. The 3rd generation Nest Learning Thermostat is more beautiful than ever. With Farsight, it lights up when it sees you coming and shows you the time or temperature from across the room. And the Nest Thermostat is proven to save energy. That’s the most beautiful part. Your thermostat controls half your energy bill – more than appliances, more than electronics. So shouldn’t it help you save energy? Independent studies have proven that the Nest Learning Thermostat saved an average of 10-12% on heating bills and 15% on cooling bills. That means that in two years, it can pay for itself.

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