Nest Thermostat E Review: Now This Is Easy

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Has anyone tried the original Nest Thermostat 3rd gen (2nd floor living areas) as the primary one and then two Nest E Thermostats for less important floors (e.g., 1st and 3rd floors)? I wonder if this is a good way to minimize costs on thermostats when prices drop on these. Or, has anyone tried the Nest 3 as primary and two separate EcoBees? Do they pair up well or is it best to stick with just one brand? Happy to hear your thoughts on these before I buy these. Thank you.
 
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Use one system so you have one app. The nest thermostat goes on sale regularly, I got a 3rd gen from Costco for $170 in December, msrp $250.
 
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Currently it looks like an even better deal on Costco. $170 for a thermostat and home mini. You can only buy 2 per customer though
 
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I would recommend using one brand so you can control all from one app. Buy them on black friday or on good sale. Got nest 3 for $170 from Costco in December, msrp $250. At that price, the thermostat e makes no sense
 
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