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If you use HomeKit, don't even bother with this one. I had it for 8 months and it never worked. It would remove itself from HomeKit on a weekly or monthly basis. All support told me to do was reset it all the time, which is unacceptable. It did fix the problem for a bit but it happened again and again. The app isn't anything special either.

Went with an ecobee and haven't had any HomeKit issues since.
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Can anyone comment how it compares to either ecobee or nest?
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Zen thermostats (z-wave, no cwire) work well for me with three zones and smart things
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Not here to TC, but wondering about recommendations for a Smart Things enabled Thermostat that doesn't require C-wire or adapter brick?
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Can anyone comment how it compares to either ecobee or nest?
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I used to sell these when installing systems. They are ok but personally if you're going to spend near 100+ on a t-stat, get a nest.
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If you use HomeKit, don't even bother with this one. I had it for 8 months and it never worked. It would remove itself from HomeKit on a weekly or monthly basis. All support told me to do was reset it all the time, which is unacceptable. It did fix the problem for a bit but it happened again and again. The app isn't anything special either.

Went with an ecobee and haven't had any HomeKit issues since.
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Not here to TC, but wondering about recommendations for a Smart Things enabled Thermostat that doesn't require C-wire or adapter brick?
Zen thermostats (z-wave, no cwire) work well for me with three zones and smart things
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How does this compare to a nest?
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Not here to TC, but wondering about recommendations for a Smart Things enabled Thermostat that doesn't require C-wire or adapter brick?
Ecobee comes with an adapter for systems with no c wire
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Does anyone have a suggestion for a thermostat which can control a steam humidifier? Cant find many.
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Does anyone know how these compare to T6
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If you use HomeKit, don't even bother with this one. I had it for 8 months and it never worked. It would remove itself from HomeKit on a weekly or monthly basis. All support told me to do was reset it all the time, which is unacceptable. It did fix the problem for a bit but it happened again and again. The app isn't anything special either.

Went with an ecobee and haven't had any HomeKit issues since.
It's not just HomeKit. I have a Honeywell Lyric that constantly drops itself from my home network and Alexa. Always have to go through the trouble of adding it back, and then weeks later same problem.
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Does anyone have a suggestion for a thermostat which can control a steam humidifier? Cant find many.
Is it a plug-in humidifier or part of a more elaborate climate control system?

If it just plugs into the wall the hive one has humidity sensor that you can assign an action to. When the humidity rises above or falls below a user set threshold it can activate one of their outlet modules.

It only allows you to turn on the plug for a set time, like 15 minutes to 6 hours. It won't turn off automatically if the humidity reaches a desired point, unless they have made improvements.

It also requires a device, in your case, a humidifier to remember/return to the "on" state when the plug is turned on.
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