The Best Prime Day Nest Thermostat Deals (2020) Reported by Deal Stripe

Compare the latest Nest thermostat and smart home deals for Amazon Prime Day. Links to the top deals are listed below.

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Amazon Prime Day is a celebratory shopping event for Prime members, rewarding them with exclusive access to special deals and huge savings across over a million items.

Don’t have an Amazon Prime membership? Start your 30-day free trial and enjoy access to the entire Prime Day sale.

Prime Day 2019 saw more than one million deals offered exclusively to Amazon Prime members, making it the largest shopping event ever for Amazon at the time.

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Want Alexa in your car? Prime Deal makes Amazon Echo Auto cheaper than ever

Want to add Alexa smarts to your old banger of a motor? This top cut from the early Prime Day deals 2020 sales gets you the Amazon Echo Auto at its lowest ever price.

Knocking 40% off the usual £49.99, it brings the Amazon Echo Auto down to just £29.99, saving you a significant £20. 

Amazon Echo Auto: £29.99 (40% off) at Amazon
Bringing voice control to your car for safe smart connectivity options, you’ll be able to ask Alexa for everything from weather reports to news reports, playlist playback to podcast picks. Connecting over your car’s speakers through the aux input jack or to your phone over Bluetooth, its hands-free nature makes it safe yo use while driving.
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Being able to make calls and access your entertainment system on the road safely is a big concern for drivers, and not everyone has the latest built-in entertainment systems

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Is That Nearly New Salvage-Title Car Really a Deal? – Business – The Columbus Dispatch

The deals you might encounter on salvage-title vehicles these days are enticing ” late-model SUVs and luxury sedans, often with low miles, advertised for thousands less than comparable clean-history vehicles.

The deals you might encounter on salvage-title vehicles these days are enticing ” late-model SUVs and luxury sedans, often with low miles, advertised for thousands less than comparable clean-history vehicles.

The vehicles are clearly marked as having a ‘branded’ title, a designation that has traditionally frightened off most shoppers, perhaps spooked by past ventures into the depths of Craigslist, where sellers spin tales of tiny little fender-benders that, somehow, led insurance companies to write off a late-model car.

They often turn up when you search online car-shopping sites and sort prices from low to high.

That’s because companies such as AutoSource, which has grown to 10 car lots in six states, Autolocity and dozens of local operators aggressively market branded-title

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Empava Prime Day Deal (2020): Save Up To $240 On Cooktops


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Whether it’s time for a total kitchen remodel or just a simple upgrade, Empava has you covered with their line of well-engineered cooktops. And, thanks to Amazon Prime Day, you can now save big with one of these Empava cooktop Prime Day deals.

Available in a variety of sizes, Empava’s exceptional craftsmanship shines through in each cooktop, designed to be both functional and aesthetically pleasing. The perfect addition to any home, you can now save up to $240 on some of Empava’s best models on Amazon Prime Day!

For the latest Empava cooktop Prime Day deals, read on.

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Save $40 On The Empava 24″ Gas Cooktop in Black Tempered Glass with 4 Burners

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AmazonSave 26% on the Empava 24″ Tempered Glass Cooktop

A world-class design that features the latest in auto-shutoff technology, this 24″ gas cooktop from

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Early Prime Day deal puts Alexa in your car for just $19

We are merely a handful of days away from Amazon Prime Day, so it’s no surprise the retailer is already slicing the prices of its products. And in the latest deal, Amazon Prime members can get the Echo Auto for only $19.99. 

The Echo Auto is a small rectangular device that can be attached to your car’s cockpit air vents, and it brings Amazon’s Alexa to the open road. It connects to your car’s stereo system via an auxiliary input or Bluetooth, and from there connects to the Alexa app on your Android or iOS phone. 

One set up, the Echo Auto provides you access to Alexa, which you can use to make calls, provide updates on your schedule, play music, tell you the news, and a range of other virtual assistant tasks, all while keeping your hands on the wheel and your eyes on the road. 

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EV battery maker Romeo Systems to go public through a $1.33 bln SPAC deal

Oct 5 (Reuters) – Romeo Systems Inc, a battery maker for electric vehicles, will go public through a merger with blank check company RMG Acquisition Corp in a $1.33 billion deal, the companies said on Monday.

The deal is expected to raise $384 million for Romeo, which includes an investment of $150 million from investors such as The Heritage Group and Republic Services.

Romeo will use the proceeds for capacity expansion and research & development to further develop battery system technologies for commercial vehicles, according to a statement.

After the deal closes, which is expected in the fourth quarter of 2020, the combined company will list on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol “RMO”.

A SPAC is a shell company that raises money through an initial public offering to buy an operating entity, typically within two years.

SPACs have emerged as a quick route to the stock market

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Opinion | Bidencare Would Be a Big Deal

What policy changes are we talking about? To the extent that the Biden plan has received any attention at all, this attention has largely been focused on his proposed introduction of a “public option” — a Medicare-like plan that individuals could buy instead of purchasing private insurance. This option might be a first step toward a single-payer system, but it would be a small step, and in the near term would be much less important than other aspects of the plan.

First and foremost, the Biden plan — Bidencare? ObamaBidencare? — would substantially increase the subsidies that currently help many but not all Americans who don’t get insurance from their employers.

The Affordable Care Act, as passed in 2010, was underfunded, because Democrats wanted to hold down the headline cost. This meant that premiums and co-payments were and are too high for many families. Since then, however, the politics have

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How Biden’s climate plan compares to the Green New Deal

At the first presidential debate on Tuesday night, former Vice President Joe Biden said point-blank that he does not support the Green New Deal — a progressive plan which not only aims to aggressively tackle climate change but also encompasses many other issues like social justice, jobs, housing and health care. 



a man wearing a suit and tie: Biden Kicks Off Presidential Campaing in Philadelphia


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Biden Kicks Off Presidential Campaing in Philadelphia

In response, President Trump pounced on what appeared to be an opportunity to underscore that point to Biden’s base, saying, “That’s a big statement… you just lost the radical left.”

But this was not actually a new position for Biden. Instead, he explained, “I support the Biden plan that I put forward” — a $2 trillion proposal that is more narrow and less aggressive than the far-reaching Green New Deal.

Their exchange reveals the needle that Biden is threading in his campaign, between trying to

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EV battery maker Romeo Systems to go public through a $1.33 billion SPAC deal

(Reuters) – Romeo Systems Inc, a battery maker for electric vehicles, will go public through a merger with blank check company RMG Acquisition Corp in a $1.33 billion deal, the companies said on Monday.

The deal is expected to raise $384 million for Romeo, which includes an investment of $150 million from investors such as The Heritage Group and Republic Services.

Romeo will use the proceeds for capacity expansion and research & development to further develop battery system technologies for commercial vehicles, according to a statement.

After the deal closes, which is expected in the fourth quarter of 2020, the combined company will list on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol “RMO”.

A SPAC is a shell company that raises money through an initial public offering to buy an operating entity, typically within two years.

SPACs have emerged as a quick route to the stock market for companies,

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How Joe Biden’s climate plan compares to the Green New Deal

At the first presidential debate on Tuesday night, former Vice President Joe Biden said point-blank that he does not support the Green New Deal — a progressive plan which not only aims to aggressively tackle climate change but also encompasses many other issues like social justice, jobs, housing and health care. 

In response, President Trump pounced on what appeared to be an opportunity to underscore that point to Biden’s base, saying, “That’s a big statement… you just lost the radical left.”

But this was not actually a new position for Biden. Instead, he explained, “I support the Biden plan that I put forward” — a $2 trillion proposal that is more narrow and less aggressive than the far-reaching Green New Deal.

Their exchange reveals the needle that Biden is threading in his campaign, between trying to win the confidence of climate crusaders on the left while not alienating more moderate

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