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This thermostat features a 7-day programming w/ 4 period per day scheduling w/ remote access. Offer valid only for November 2, 2017 or while supplies last - Discombobulated

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Honeywell Wi-Fi Programmable Touchscreen Thermostat. [homedepot.com] $69

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I just purchased the Ecobee4, and it came with a Power Extender Kit PEK, and you connect your G/Y/R/W to it at your furnace, and from their to your existing wires. At the thermostat, you follow instructions to connect to the thermostat that allows it to operate as it would with a "C" wire. It worked beautiful. I have a 2 stage gas furnace, so the W2 was wired normally, and not connected to the PEK (essentially bypass the PEK entirely, and connect normally to thermostat).

I say this because their may be an option for anyone with the typical "C" wire. Look to see which thermostats come with options to help with it, as the Ecobee4 did.

Also, for Ohio at least, their was a $75 rebate from AEP, and a $75 rebate for Columbia Gas residence. I used the Lowes Coupon generator from slickdeals to get $40 off my initial purchase. I also bought gift cards from local grocery store to save on gas.

Ecobee4 $249.99
$40 off -$40
$75 rebate -$75
$75 rebate -$75
$12 gas -$12
taxes $15
TOTAL $63
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Is the C wire required for the WiFi option?--------------------------------------------------------------- The Amazon link the OP posted says it does. Unit requires C WIRE to work
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Does anyone know if these can be used with electric baseboard heat?

Amazon Q & A states no, so looking for something that will work, any suggestions?
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Is the C wire is required for the WiFi option?
I just purchased the Ecobee4, and it came with a Power Extender Kit PEK, and you connect your G/Y/R/W to it at your furnace, and from their to your existing wires. At the thermostat, you follow instructions to connect to the thermostat that allows it to operate as it would with a "C" wire. It worked beautiful. I have a 2 stage gas furnace, so the W2 was wired normally, and not connected to the PEK (essentially bypass the PEK entirely, and connect normally to thermostat).

I say this because their may be an option for anyone with the typical "C" wire. Look to see which thermostats come with options to help with it, as the Ecobee4 did.

Also, for Ohio at least, their was a $75 rebate from AEP, and a $75 rebate for Columbia Gas residence. I used the Lowes Coupon generator from slickdeals to get $40 off my initial purchase. I also bought gift cards from local grocery store to save on gas.

Ecobee4 $249.99
$40 off -$40
$75 rebate -$75
$75 rebate -$75
$12 gas -$12
taxes $15
TOTAL $63
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I just purchased the Ecobee4, and it came with a Power Extender Kit PEK, and you connect your G/Y/R/W to it at your furnace, and from their to your existing wires. At the thermostat, you follow instructions to connect to the thermostat that allows it to operate as it would with a "C" wire. It worked beautiful. I have a 2 stage gas furnace, so the W2 was wired normally, and not connected to the PEK (essentially bypass the PEK entirely, and connect normally to thermostat).

I say this because their may be an option for anyone with the typical "C" wire. Look to see which thermostats come with options to help with it, as the Ecobee4 did.

Also, for Ohio at least, their was a $75 rebate from AEP, and a $75 rebate for Columbia Gas residence. I used the Lowes Coupon generator from slickdeals to get $40 off my initial purchase. I also bought gift cards from local grocery store to save on gas.

Ecobee4 $249.99
$40 off -$40
$75 rebate -$75
$75 rebate -$75
$12 gas -$12
taxes $15
TOTAL $63
Can you link me to that generator? Thx
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Can you link me to that generator? Thx

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Is the C wire is required for the WiFi option?--------------------------------------------------------------- The Amazon link the OP posted says it does. Unit requires C WIRE to work
This one needed C-wire. So I returned this product and got Sensi thermostat (2 AA battery operate). But Sensi's WIFI is very bad(WIFI signal gone randomly), and sometimes malfunction(Furnace is not run even set higher tempt).
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This one needed C-wire. So I returned this product and got Sensi thermostat (2 AA battery operate). But Sensi's WIFI is very bad(WIFI signal gone randomly), and sometimes malfunction(Furnace is not run even set higher tempt).
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This one needed C-wire. So I returned this product and got Sensi thermostat (2 AA battery operate). But Sensi's WIFI is very bad(WIFI signal gone randomly), and sometimes malfunction(Furnace is not run even set higher tempt).
Yes this needs a C wire. I also got the Sensi which is on sale at NewEgg right now https://slickdeals.net/f/10652604-sensi-wi-fi-smart-programmable-thermostat-20-newegg-egift-card-97-free-shipping?src=featured-18496 and it works without a C wire.

I dont know if the Wifi is bad because of the cheap wifi receiver in the unit or the distance from your router maybe? Mine is on opposite ends of the house so I expected a low wifi signal. The wifi is low on the thermostat but when I bring other devices to the location its consistent, also low wifi so I expect I can solve that with an extended, waiting on a SD for one to try it out.
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require C wire. that's why I bought Sensi. other than that, this is great price
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Look at your utility companies for rebates. I ended up buying a ecobee 3 (not the lite version) for $169 on sale and my utility companies had a combined $150 off. There were only a couple of models that qualified: ecobee and nest. The other 'smart' thermostats didn't qualify for a rebate.
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Bought this last time, happy with it, works with alexa right out of the box, no hub needed.
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Looks like what you see in an office environment. Nest looks way better at home.
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Yes this needs a C wire. I also got the Sensi which is on sale at NewEgg right now https://slickdeals.net/f/10652604-sensi-wi-fi-smart-programmable-thermostat-20-newegg-egift-card-97-free-shipping?src=featured-18496 and it works without a C wire.

I dont know if the Wifi is bad because of the cheap wifi receiver in the unit or the distance from your router maybe? Mine is on opposite ends of the house so I expected a low wifi signal. The wifi is low on the thermostat but when I bring other devices to the location its consistent, also low wifi so I expect I can solve that with an extended, waiting on a SD for one to try it out.
I have the Sensi. I love it. Once in a very great while I may lose the WiFi, but usually comes back within a few minutes. Mine is on opposite side and different floor of my router too. Works great and cheaper than a lot others! I have seen on here many times for around $100. I bought mine for $102. Btw, Sensi DOES work even if WiFi drops off. Way more options on the Sensi too and easy to install!
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