- Nest Hello lets you know who’s there, so you never miss a thing.
- It replaces your existing wired doorbell and delivers HD video.
- Nest Aware comes with 24/7 continuous recording for up to 30 days.
- Nest Hello can tell the difference between a person and a thing, then alert you.
- Look at a 3-hour snapshot history to see what happened.
Nest Hello lets you know who’s there, so you never miss a thing
It replaces your existing wired doorbell and delivers HD video and bright, crisp images, even at night. It’s designed to show you everything at your doorstep – people head to toe or packages on the ground. And with 24/7 streaming, you can check in anytime. Or go back and look at a 3-hour snapshot history to see what happened.
Nest Hello can tell the difference between a person and a thing, then alert you
Even if a visitor doesn’t ring the bell. With Nest Aware, it can also let you know if it spots a stranger or someone you know.HD Talk and Listen reduces ambient noise so visitors come through loud and clear. And when you can’t answer, quick responses let you reply to visitors with different prerecorded messages. A Nest Aware subscription comes with 24/7 continuous recording for up to 30 days. You can scan through your entire video history – not just clips – to see what happened.
Get intelligent alerts, like when Nest Hello spots a familiar face or a stranger
Nest Secure is tough security on its own. But when you add Nest Cam security cameras, the Nest Hello video doorbell and Works with Nest products, your home can be covered from the outside in. The Nest Hello is a great-looking device, with a slender design making it a slicker, more premium offering than the slightly bulkier Ring. The slimmer design means the Hello is easier to fit into tighter spaces, such as the slender frame round our door – a place the Ring would simply be too large to go.
You only get the one color, black, with a blue halo light around the button
It may not suit everyone's taste, but it looks smart when mounted. You also get a blue Nest shield sticker to place in a window, to alert those approaching the house that you have a camera – handy as an additional deterrent to would-be criminals. When the Nest is all wired up you'll need to get your smartphone, download the Nest app (available on Android and iOS) and set up an account (if you don't already have one).
If you already own other Nest products you can simply add the Hello to the app on your phone
Another useful feature on the Nest Hello is the Familiar Face function, which uses facial recognition to let you know who's at the door. The Nest Hello captures the face of everyone who approaches your door, and in the app you can easily assing names to those you know. It means you get a notification whenever a loved one, family member or friend arrives or leaves – a great bit of piece of mind for parents.