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Amazon has Amazon Smart Thermostat for $47.99. Shipping is free.

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Includes:
  • Amazon Smart Thermostat
  • Installation tool
  • Wall plate
  • Cosmetic plate
  • Quick start guide
Features:
  • Amazon Smart Thermostat requires a C-wire or a power adapter kit. Use the compatibility checker to see if your home has one already. Guided installation instructions are included in the Alexa app.
  • For voice control, use a compatible Alexa-enabled device, like an Echo (sold separately), or the Alexa app.
  • After purchase, Amazon will send you an email with details about rebates that may be available from energy providers in your area
  • Made with Honeywell Home Thermostat Technology
  • Compatible with most 24V HVAC systems (i.e. conventional force air, heat pump, radiant boiler). Not compatible with 110-240V HVAC systems (like electric baseboard heat)

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Amazon recently launched their Alexa enabled thermostat for everyday cheap price of $59.99. Pretty cool product I bought at launch. Working great for me.

It's on promotion for $47.99

What's more, you can probably get it for free if your utility offers rebate for Energy Star thermostat. (Ymmv)

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collecemall asked this question on 12-08-2021 at 03:47 AM
12-09-2021 at 04:18 PM
nest does that!
12-11-2021 at 06:19 PM
Yes, it does have an Auto mode
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FYI this is a very basic rebranded thermostat by Honeywell and Alexa has not yet been updated to support vocal commands to control the unit
This is brand new with Honeywell's expertise of handling HVAC so high reliability.

You can talk to any Alexa device or even app to control it by voice. Ofcourse it has a a full GUI interface on app or echo show.
The Nest is a much better thermostat - it would not be worth replacing until it dies. If you are looking for an Alexa one as good as the Nest, then go with EcoBee. I have both in my properties. I like the Nest but Google really has annoyed me lately.

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FYI this is a very basic rebranded thermostat by Honeywell and Alexa has not yet been updated to support vocal commands to control the unit
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I have the google nest learning thermostat from a few years ago. Works great but I recently upgraded all my cameras/indoor speakers to ring/alexa. Kind of want to switch the google nest thermostat to this alexa one. Would that be a bad idea? There's really nothing wrong with the google nest.
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FYI this is a very basic rebranded thermostat by Honeywell and Alexa has not yet been updated to support vocal commands to control the unit
This is brand new with Honeywell's expertise of handling HVAC so high reliability.

You can talk to any Alexa device or even app to control it by voice. Ofcourse it has a a full GUI interface on app or echo show.
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Oof I already had a hard time controlling myself not to buy these. We just a built a house 2 years ago and have the newest Ecobees so it seems silly to replace them, but our whole house is Alexa/Amazon devices so it just feels right.

I heard these don't work great when you have more than one though? We have two zones (upstairs and downstairs), but the house is only 2 years old so it's not old tech by any means.
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I have the google nest learning thermostat from a few years ago. Works great but I recently upgraded all my cameras/indoor speakers to ring/alexa. Kind of want to switch the google nest thermostat to this alexa one. Would that be a bad idea? There's really nothing wrong with the google nest.
The Nest is a much better thermostat - it would not be worth replacing until it dies. If you are looking for an Alexa one as good as the Nest, then go with EcoBee. I have both in my properties. I like the Nest but Google really has annoyed me lately.
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Be wary of if this device will be amazon sidewalk compatible or not. Opt-out if you HAVE to buy this thermostat. I agree with others, the nest is a far better thermostat.
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I have the google nest learning thermostat from a few years ago. Works great but I recently upgraded all my cameras/indoor speakers to ring/alexa. Kind of want to switch the google nest thermostat to this alexa one. Would that be a bad idea? There's really nothing wrong with the google nest
Like you, we are mainly ring/Alexa. We use Alexa to control our Nest thermostats and it works perfectly to adjust temperature (you just install a nest app on Alexa).
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This is brand new with Honeywell's expertise of handling HVAC so high reliability.

You can talk to any Alexa device or even app to control it by voice. Ofcourse it has a a full GUI interface on app or echo show.
I was thinking the same thing, being a rebranded Honeywell is a selling point, you'd think Amazon would have tried to co-brand instead of hide it.
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Made by Honeywell, but doesn't work with a Honeywell zone controller (according to reviews). Pretty annoying.
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Made by Honeywell, but doesn't work with a Honeywell zone controller (according to reviews). Pretty annoying.
I have a zone controller. It works just fine
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I have a zone controller. It works just fine
Really? So you have two of these thermostats, and they both work with the zone controller?
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[QUOTE=Wolfie305;151938256]Oof I already had a hard time controlling myself not to buy these. We just a built a house 2 years ago and have the newest Ecobees so it seems silly to replace them, but our whole house is Alexa/Amazon devices so it just feels right.

I heard these don't work great when you have more than one though? We have two zones (upstairs and downstairs), but the house is only 2 years old so it's not old tech by any means.]



Key is 2 zones with 2 thermostat or two zones with 1 thermostat
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Does this have separate temperature sensors like Nest and Ecobee?
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