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Honeywell Lyric T5 Wi-Fi Thermostat - $94.73 Shipped!

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Google Express is having a 20% promo: 20NEW or Express20. Total price comes out to $94.73 with free two day shipping (mine even had next day shipping free). Best deal I could find on a thermostat that works just as well as Nest without the price tag. Seriously, you could get three of these for the same price as one nest model.

https://express.google.com/produc...85_6136318

Edit: Stock seems limited now, mostly in Northern CA area maybe? If oos for you, try another zip code/city if you can.
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Whoa these got cheap fast!
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I bought this recently. Works great with both Alexa and Apple Homekit. Less than half of that other thermostat.
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What an eyesore laugh out loud
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Google Express is having a 20% promo: 20NEW or Express20. Total price comes out to $94.73 with free two day shipping (mine even had next day shipping free). Best deal I could find on a thermostat that works just as well as Nest without the price tag. Seriously, you could get three of these for the same price as one nest model.

https://express.google.com/product/11183316552370752463_13374654712604961385_6136318?mall=Rockies2&d... [google.com]
if all you want is a WiFi thermostat, because that's pretty much all this is, why not go with the RTH6580WF or one of the similar thermostats? you can get them daily from Lowes for 75$ or less with coupons...

i'm not a fan of Nest or Ecobee, although Ecobee has an advantage for houses with single zones (not cost savings in most cases, but comfort level)... but the only thing normal WiFi thermostats share with either is remote control.
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This one, vs just wifi/app access, is that it has geo fencing.

My utility offers a thermostat rebate on this feature.
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if all you want is a WiFi thermostat, because that's pretty much all this is, why not go with the RTH6580WF or one of the similar thermostats? you can get them daily from Lowes for 75$ or less with coupons...

i'm not a fan of Nest or Ecobee, although Ecobee has an advantage for houses with single zones (not cost savings in most cases, but comfort level)... but the only thing normal WiFi thermostats share with either is remote control.
Lyric T5 requires a C-wire (common wire). Third gen Nest does not.
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Sold out already?
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Sold out already?
When I changed the zipcode to my current zip, the add to cart option came up.
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Nvm, figured it out. Eligible for $100 rebate from my utility provider. Need to check if it's compatible with my current system tho.
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Went OOS while in cart. 630XX zip
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Lyric T5 requires a C-wire (common wire). Third gen Nest does not.
that's not entirely true and changes from house to house... it will also force your AC/heat to run more often than it may in order to charge the battery, which defeats any purpose of saving energy you may be trying to do.
it's really not a great solution.

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What if Nest isn't getting enough power from W or Y and my customer doesn't have a Common wire installed?

We've found that in the vast majority of homes, the Nest Thermostat can charge its built-in battery by power sharing over the regular heating and cooling wires. Few installations require a new common wire to power the thermostat. However, if the system does have a C wire, we recommend using it.

What are the symptoms of a power sharing issue?

In conventional heating and cooling, or cooling-only systems:

Cooling is always on or on intermittently when Nest isn't calling for cooling.
Cooling does not activate when Nest calls for cooling.
Cooling intermittently deactivates while Nest is still calling for cooling.
In conventional heating-only systems:

Heating is always on or on intermittently when Nest isn't calling for heating.
Heating does not activate when Nest calls for heating.
Heating intermittently deactivates while Nest is still calling for heating.
There is an unusual noise coming from the heating system.
In heat pump systems:

Heating or cooling is always on or on intermittently when Nest isn't calling for it.
Heating or cooling does not activate when Nest calls for it.
Heating or cooling intermittently deactivates while Nest is still calling for it.
In these situations, the Nest Thermostat can't successfully charge from the Y or W wires without interfering with the normal operation of the heating and cooling system. There are two options; these changes should only be made by professional installers.

Use a spare wire as common wire

Usually, you can solve power issues by turning an unused wire in the thermostat wire bundle into a common wire. Simply connect one end of the spare or unused wire to the Common terminal in the HVAC controller and the other end to Nest's C connector.

Pull a new C wire

Replace the thermostat wiring bundle to provide an extra wire to be used as common.
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that's not entirely true and changes from house to house... it will also force your AC/heat to run more often than it may in order to charge the battery, which defeats any purpose of saving energy you may be trying to do.
it's really not a great solution.

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What if Nest isn't getting enough power from W or Y and my customer doesn't have a Common wire installed?

We've found that in the vast majority of homes, the Nest Thermostat can charge its built-in battery by power sharing over the regular heating and cooling wires. Few installations require a new common wire to power the thermostat. However, if the system does have a C wire, we recommend using it.

What are the symptoms of a power sharing issue?

In conventional heating and cooling, or cooling-only systems:

Cooling is always on or on intermittently when Nest isn't calling for cooling.
Cooling does not activate when Nest calls for cooling.
Cooling intermittently deactivates while Nest is still calling for cooling.
In conventional heating-only systems:

Heating is always on or on intermittently when Nest isn't calling for heating.
Heating does not activate when Nest calls for heating.
Heating intermittently deactivates while Nest is still calling for heating.
There is an unusual noise coming from the heating system.
In heat pump systems:

Heating or cooling is always on or on intermittently when Nest isn't calling for it.
Heating or cooling does not activate when Nest calls for it.
Heating or cooling intermittently deactivates while Nest is still calling for it.
In these situations, the Nest Thermostat can't successfully charge from the Y or W wires without interfering with the normal operation of the heating and cooling system. There are two options; these changes should only be made by professional installers.

Use a spare wire as common wire

Usually, you can solve power issues by turning an unused wire in the thermostat wire bundle into a common wire. Simply connect one end of the spare or unused wire to the Common terminal in the HVAC controller and the other end to Nest's C connector.

Pull a new C wire

Replace the thermostat wiring bundle to provide an extra wire to be used as common.
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Right, but it worked for me on a heat only system with only 2 wires. Honeywell did not. And I did answer your original question as to "why not go with..." - this is why.
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