There may now be more automated thermostats and Internet of Things devices than anyone can possibly hope to keep up with, but the original is still arguably the best for many people.

Nest, now having branched out from its original thermostat beginnings and into all corners of the home, will always be known as the first company to drag something as boring as home heating and cooling into the 21st century, and while the kit has never been cheap, it isn’t prohibitively expensive, either. That doesn’t mean that deals are not welcome, though, and with Black Friday here, there has never been a better time to get in on the action.

It is not a common thing for Nest hardware to be discounted, particularly its non-thermostat devices, so with all of its kit now available at a reduced price for a limited time on Black Friday, we suggest you stop procrastinating on entering the Internet of Things race and start out on the road to an automated home soon. Like, now. If you do, you can expect to save a fair chunk of change depending on what you pick up.

For example, the third-generation Nest Learning Thermostat is available at $50 off ($199), while the Protect smoke and carbon monoxide detector can be had for $20 off ($99) in both battery and wired versions. Both of Nest’s cameras are discounted too, with $50 off of Nest Cam Outdoor ($149) and $60 off of the Indoor version ($139).

All of these deals are available via Amazon, so be sure to check them out if you have been thinking of picking up any of these Nest devices. There has never been a better time to kit your home out.

Buy: Nest Learning Thermostat 3rd Generation from Amazon: $199 | Original price: $249

Buy: Nest Protect Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm from Amazon: $99 | Original price: $119

Buy: Nest Cam Indoor from Amazon: $139 | Original price: $199

Buy: Nest Cam Outdoor from Amazon: $149 | Original price: $199

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