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Honeywell RTH2300B1012/E1 5-2 Day Programmable Thermostat at its Best price $18.22 @amazon

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Honeywell RTH2300B1012/E1 5-2 Day Programmable Thermostat at its Best price $18.22 @amazon

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https://www.amazon.com/Honeywell-...B007BHLUWM

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One program for weekdays, a separate program for weekends-4 periods per day
Backlit digital display
Compatible with heating, cooling and heat pumps without auxiliary heat, Does not work with electric baseboard heat (120-240V) OR multistage HVAC systems
Accurate temperature control of +/-1-Degree F for consistent comfort
Display options: Fahrenheit or Celsius temperature display, 12 or 24 hour clock
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FYI no "c" wire needed. Two battery last a very long time. Haven't changed mine for more than a year.
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Have had one of these units for almost 10 years. Works as it should. Have a Honeywell wi-fi unit to replace it, but haven't felt the urge to do so since this thermostat hasn't given me any issues. Batteries have generally lasted 2-3 years.

I just don't seem to feel the need for an expensive (i.e. Nest) internet-connected thermostat in a small house with a single zone HVAC system. Actually, I've always wondered why the Nest was so popular given the obscene price for a thermostat. My Honeywell wi-fi unit only cost @$80.

What makes those expensive thermostats better? More settings options? Ease of use? Showing off? Can't be just because it's wi-fi!
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Have had one of these units for almost 10 years. Works as it should. Have a Honeywell wi-fi unit to replace it, but haven't felt the urge to do so since this thermostat hasn't given me any issues. Batteries have generally lasted 2-3 years.

I just don't seem to feel the need for an expensive (i.e. Nest) internet-connected thermostat in a small house with a single zone HVAC system. Actually, I've always wondered why the Nest was so popular given the obscene price for a thermostat. My Honeywell wi-fi unit only cost @$80.

What makes those expensive thermostats better? More settings options? Ease of use? Showing off? Can't be just because it's wi-fi!
Some of the expensive ones track your presence and use that to make programming decisions on its own. The wifi interface usually leads to much easier programming. People like to control doodads on their phone, too.

I found some clearance Lux programmable thermostats at Lowes a couple years ago. But they're starting to crap out and say the batteries are low even though they are far from it. I feel like I should replace them, but this just looks like such a downgrade.
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Some of the expensive ones track your presence and use that to make programming decisions on its own. The wifi interface usually leads to much easier programming. People like to control doodads on their phone, too.

I found some clearance Lux programmable thermostats at Lowes a couple years ago. But they're starting to crap out and say the batteries are low even though they are far from it. I feel like I should replace them, but this just looks like such a downgrade.
LOL! The last thing I need is another device tracking me! It may get to the point that it will know what I'm about to do even before I think it!

Some story writers have penned stories that immortality could be problematic. How about immortality and being tracked forever?
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need some for electric baseboard. any recommend?
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TU for using different attribute to describe the price!!!
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Great little thermostat, but you'll never go back after Wifi model of this.

Has saved me $100's on gas and electricity.

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i have this thermostat as well as some fancier honeywell touchscreen models. the cheap one works just as well.
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Normally I remember $25 in HD
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If you have one of the old-school thermostats that just has a dial, this is a great move. I had an earlier version of this until literally 6 hours ago, when I replaced it with a smart thermostat. the 5-2 model doesn't work great for my household, since many days of the week, my wife or I am working from home. But if you're a weekday commuter, this probably does the trick just fine.
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$16 for used like new!
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What about those of us with 110v baseboard or ceiling heat? Any suggestions of a low cost alternative?
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Any suggestions for a 14 day thermostat? I work alternate shifts every week
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I recommend having one that you can set daily instead of 5-2. I have this one and regret it... Especially when I have changing shifts.
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