Get A Nest Thermostat Designed By The Father Of The iPod At A Killer Discount [Deals]


The Nest thermostat isn’t just an incredible next-gen thermostat that allows you to change and program your house’s heating or cooling via an iPhone or iPad: it’s also designed and created by Tony Fadell, the so-called father of the iPod.

It’s also expensive like an iPod, usually retailing for $249.99. But right now, the first-gen model is on sale at Amazon for just $179.00.

If you want to heat your house like a spaceman, get going!

  • Adrayven

    Worth it. Love mine. Got it for bday. Although I have the 2nd gen version.

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