10-09-2022 06:49 PM
How does the Nest Doorbell -wired version work in cold weather? I have read many posts about the Nest Doorbell battery version and its limitations with charging and cold weather operation. How low of a tremp will the wired version work in? Does it have issues below -4F?
10-09-2022 07:29 PM
Our Google Nest Hello Doorbells (the 1st gen wired doorbells) do just fine in Minnesota winters down to around -20F and have never gone out because of cold.
10-10-2022 05:26 PM
Our wired outdoor Nest cams did fine in the brutal freeze we had in Texas 2 years ago. No problems whatsover.
10-17-2022 08:57 PM
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10-14-2022 09:23 AM
I am glad to hear you're interested in the Nest doorbell (wired) and I think you'll enjoy it. As it is not battery powered, @MplsCustomer is correct; it can be in colder weather down to -20F. If you have any further questions, you can learn more here.
10-18-2022 09:05 PM
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