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Emerson Sensi Wi-Fi Programmable Thermostat Pro Version 1F86U-42WF for Smart Home -Works W/ Alexa - $90 + FS

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Amazon has the Pro Version of the Emerson Sensi Wi-Fi Programmable Thermostat 1F86U-42WF for Smart Home - Works W/ Alexa - $90 [amazon.com]

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Works with Alexa-No Hub required

-Connect Sensi thermostat to your home Wi-Fi network and control from anywhere via free mobile app (compatible with Android and iOS), the Sensi app includes a step-by-step installation guide and video tutorial
-Integrates with amazon alexa for voice control and wink smart home platforms, and works with google assistant and google home using the no cost wink app
-Works with hvac systems in most homes: A c-wire is required for heat-only, cool-only and heat pump systems without aux. Refer to sensi's online compatibility resources to verify compatibility in your home
-Features geofencing for location-based temperature control and 7-day flexible scheduling to help reduce wasteful heating and cooling when no one is home
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ships in 1 - 2 months?
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It's at website that attempts to sniff out biased reviews. In theory, grade A =honest product reviews from consumers who actually bought the product. Grade F=too many positive reviews from someone suspected of being the seller of the product in review.
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I have this. It's well worth the money and works perfectly with Alexa. I'm not sure if it has Google Home support yet. I bought mine used on eBay for $85 so $90 new is definitely a go.
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I bought it 2 years ago for $104. Working great with Alexa and the app has been updated a few times.
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I have this one too. Got from Newegg when they were $100 + a $20 GC. SUPER easy to install, works great with Alexa! Love it!
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I've got this thermostat and it worked for a while, but now it always says "call for service" on the screen. Doesn't let me connect to WiFi
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Or buy the nest, get $100 rebate through most companies and still comes out ahead
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I've had this over a year.. no issues. App works great and even the temperature alerts letting me know there's a possible open window / door when the units on
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I bought this for $90 2 years ago and my utility gave me $125 in rebates so I actually netted $35. Thinking of picking up one for the upstairs too. Wish I could get another rebate!
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Or buy the nest, get $100 rebate through most companies and still comes out ahead
The issue that a lot of people face when wanting a smart thermostat is almost all of them like the Nest 3rd Gen, Nest E, Ecobee, Honeywell Lyric, Schneider Energy Wiser, Johnson Controls Glas, etc. is that they require a 24 volt C wire. A lot of older homes don't have a C wire and their thermostats simply run off of batteries. The Sensi is one of few options for people that don't have the wire but are willing to invest in a WiFi thermostat. Thankfully, my house was equipped with a C-wire but had to buy the Nest without any help from my energy company as they refuse to work with Nest and implemented their own junk "Smart Hours" program
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The issue that a lot of people face when wanting a smart thermostat is almost all of them like the Nest 3rd Gen, Nest E, Ecobee, Honeywell Lyric, Schneider Energy Wiser, Johnson Controls Glas, etc. is that they require a 24 volt C wire. A lot of older homes don't have a C wire and their thermostats simply run off of batteries. The Sensi is one of few options for people that don't have the wire but are willing to invest in a WiFi thermostat. Thankfully, my house was equipped with a C-wire but had to buy the Nest without any help from my energy company as they refuse to work with Nest and implemented their own junk "Smart Hours" program
To be clear for anyone reading this, it does need a c wire if you have heat only. It is only if you have both heat and AC that you can get by without.
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Similar deal shipped and sold by amazon- couple months back.
Also used a amex discount offer.
Amazon shipped a lens cap 2 a bunch of us, instead of the item we ordered.
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