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Honeywell RTH8580WF Wi-Fi Programmable Touchscreen Thermostat EXPIRED

Posted 08-12-2017 by bargainhunterforever at 01:04 AM
Home Depot has Honeywell RTH8580WF Wi-Fi Programmable Touchscreen Thermostat for $79. Shipping is free. Thanks bargainhunterforever & ST1NGY

Alternatively, Amazon has for Prime Members: Honeywell RTH8580WF Wi-Fi Programmable Touchscreen Thermostat for $79. Shipping is free.

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Amazon also has the Honeywell Tstat for the same price. Free shipping w/Prime
https://www.amazon.com/Programmable-Touchscreen-Thermostat-Amazon-SmartThings/dp/B00SU54H56/ref=pd_s... [amazon.com]
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Amazon also has the Honeywell Tstat for the same price. Free shipping w/Prime
https://www.amazon.com/Programmable-Touchscreen-Thermostat-Amazon-SmartThings/dp/B00SU54H56/ref=pd_s... [amazon.com]
Sweet thanks.
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Amazon also has the Honeywell Tstat for the same price. Free shipping w/Prime
https://www.amazon.com/Programmable-Touchscreen-Thermostat-Amazon-SmartThings/dp/B00SU54H56/ref=pd_s... [amazon.com]
Plenti has 10x points with HD - worked for me.
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Hmm been keeping an eye out for one. Those of you that have these any input? Worth it? Leaning towards sensi
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Requires C-Wire/Power Wire for those unable to wire one like myself. Just FYI
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Both the HT and sensi?
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Hmm been keeping an eye out for one. Those of you that have these any input? Worth it? Leaning towards sensi
I have 2. One heat pump system downstairs and one upstairs. Both work well with the Honeywell App and I haven't had any issue with it connecting to Wifi. It also is setup so National Grid can change my thermostat if they want (I'm allowing National Grid to do it and they pay me a minor fee to do this as a residential customer, but I can override if I want). I can also change the settings from my phone anywhere I have a signal.

It was important to me that I could make all the configuration changes right on the thermostat, so if Honeywell's servers go down, I can still make any changes I want. I think I paid $120 each a year ago, but I absolutely needed it now (ie winter coming and no other heat source).

Honeywell also helped me with the wiring diagram and that was really helpful. I was able to do it all myself.
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Both the HT and sensi?
yes, both need a C wire. I was researching both last year. I ended up with Honeywell because:

1) Had better reviews for getting help with the wiring
2) Could make all changes on the thermostat itself.
3) Cheaper than the Sensi
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Hmm been keeping an eye out for one. Those of you that have these any input? Worth it? Leaning towards sensi
Have Sensi and have been very pleased. Great for single level average sized home.
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Hmm been keeping an eye out for one. Those of you that have these any input? Worth it? Leaning towards sensi
Sensi does not require a C wire. Our old system did not have a C wire. We just changed to a new system and had our HVAC contractor add a C wire which keeps power constant to controller. With a C wire now in place, should the power go out, it would move to battery power until power is restored. Without a C wire, you are relying solely on battery power for controlling the Sensi thermostat.
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Hmm been keeping an eye out for one. Those of you that have these any input? Worth it? Leaning towards sensi
Sensi does not require a C wire. It has ability to work with one or without one.
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i have an non-ts honeywell and they have been great. they do require a c-wire but depending on the age of your house, there is usually a extra wires taht can be used as a c wire. i hooked up 2, uostairs and downstairs in about 20 minutes
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I keep feeling like I want a wifi thermostat but then try to think of any time I may need it to be wifi. I can't think of it other than just being extremely lazy.
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