Nest has 'case-by-case' assist for deserted Revolv house owners

Nest has 'case-by-case' help for abandoned Revolv owners

Subsequent month Nest shutting is down its service that powers Revolv sensible house hubs, and now the Google-owned firm says it is making an attempt to assist house owners of the units. Nest purchased Revolv again in 2014 however not sells the hardware, and yesterday phrase got here of the approaching shutdown. Right now Nest Help tweeted that it is “right here to assist,” encouraging Revolv customers to e mail help for assist.

We contacted Nest PR and have been advised that Nest has been working “on a case-by-case foundation” to seek out the perfect decision for affected customers, which it says might contain compensation. There isn’t any phrase on precisely how a lot that compensation may be, however if in case you have one of many hubs, contacting ought to in all probability be the next step.


Clients with questions can contact buyer help at We have been working with the small variety of Revolv clients on a case-by-case foundation since we despatched out the primary buyer notification in February to find out the most effective decision, together with compensation.

Revolv house owners, we’re right here to assist. Please get in contact so we will discover the perfect answer in your wants:

— Nest Help (@nestsupport) April 5, 2016