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Wyze Smart Thermostat - $66.99 + FS

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09-25-2022 at 10:15 AM.
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C-wire required?
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09-25-2022 at 10:21 AM.
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looks ugly compared to nest
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09-25-2022 at 10:25 AM.
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Anyone know if the WiFi dropping is fixed? Can't tell from the reviews

Definitely interested since this + remote room sensors = cheaper than equivalent Ecobee or Nest system.

But don't want to swap everything out, and then get frustrated for days on end
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09-25-2022 at 11:08 AM.
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Don't bother with this junk. It is very flawed.
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09-25-2022 at 11:09 AM.
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Anyone know if the WiFi dropping is fixed? Can't tell from the reviews

Definitely interested since this + remote room sensors = cheaper than equivalent Ecobee or Nest system.

But don't want to swap everything out, and then get frustrated for days on end
No wifi issues for me, but I have a dedicated router for all smart devices. Not sure if that matters.
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10-04-2022 at 04:44 AM.
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Anyone know if the WiFi dropping is fixed? Can't tell from the reviews

Definitely interested since this + remote room sensors = cheaper than equivalent Ecobee or Nest system.

But don't want to swap everything out, and then get frustrated for days on end
I have 2 of these since 2019, after a recent update one is having alot of wifi drops, seems to keep crashing and restarting when a/c is on, second one is stable.
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10-04-2022 at 05:13 AM.
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why even bother with this junk..? especially for 67$, that's insane.
check your local power company, lots have discounted devices... perhaps not free, but you can most likely get an Ecobee/Nest for this price.
hell, i'd even take the Amazon garbage over anything Wyze puts their name on.
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10-04-2022 at 05:28 AM.
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why even bother with this junk..? especially for 67$, that's insane.
check your local power company, lots have discounted devices... perhaps not free, but you can most likely get an Ecobee/Nest for this price.
hell, i'd even take the Amazon garbage over anything Wyze puts their name on.
They aren't "free" they come with stipulations where they monitor your temps and can shut them off based off usage. It just happened in Denver

Never give control of your home temps to the power companies…..
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10-04-2022 at 05:37 AM.
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They aren't "free" they come with stipulations where they monitor your temps and can shut them off based off usage. It just happened in Denver

Never give control of your home temps to the power companies…..
my company doesnt. Dont see how they could.
The Honeywell stats for example are new and come in sealed boxes from the factory
Where's proof?
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10-04-2022 at 05:51 AM.
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my company doesnt. Dont see how they could.
The Honeywell stats for example are new and come in sealed boxes from the factory
Where's proof?
https://www.denver7.com/news/cont...?_amp=true

Obviously every company isn't gonna be the same, just gotta read the fine print
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10-04-2022 at 06:39 AM.
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Quote from HappyWeather667 :
They aren't "free" they come with stipulations where they monitor your temps and can shut them off based off usage. It just happened in Denver

Never give control of your home temps to the power companies…..
BS...
every power company has levels, either a promo with a program where they can adjust at peak, electricity for AC and whatever for heat, or just a flat rebate. you can always opt out of the programs, i did this with ORU last time i bought an Ecobee for 20$, or you can just change the temp back after they adjust... they don't set it and you can't control anymore, like you're insinuating.
you obviously didn't read the promo terms well enough, so you got butthurt when they adjusted during peak.

side note "free" is in relation to dollars paid, which yeah, would still be 0$ even if they adjust... which by the way, saves you even more money. so the SD got even better!!! LMAO
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10-04-2022 at 06:45 AM.
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Quote from cruisinfanatic :
my company doesnt. Dont see how they could.
The Honeywell stats for example are new and come in sealed boxes from the factory
Where's proof?
depends where you are...
NJ companies for example don't do the programs, which is where i got 4 Ecobees after my original purchase. from buddies accounts, since NY hate everything Wink


PSEG NJ
"Rebate details
The Smart Thermostat Rebate
Rebate of up to $100 available to residential PSE&G customers in New Jersey.
Limit: two thermostat rebates per electric, natural gas or dual fuel (electric and gas) service customer.
To apply for rebates, please continue to checkout. We will inform you of your eligibility before you complete your purchase."


ORU NY
"Rebate details
The Smart Thermostat Rebate
Rebate of up to $100 available to NY Residential O&R gas and dual-fuel customers whose thermostat controls natural gas heating.
$15 available to NY Residential O&R electric customers whose thermostat controls central A/C.
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Limit: one rebate per customer, every two years.
To apply for rebates, please continue to checkout. We will inform you of your eligibility before you complete your purchase."

Further discounts via the Smart Saver program option
"Save when you enroll in
Smart Savers program
Program summary
Enrolling in Smart Savers allows O&R to make brief, limited adjustments to your central air-conditioner setting on peak days when energy consumption is high in the summer. This helps reduce demand and increase service reliability. This requires central air conditioning, device installation, and a Wi-Fi connection."

Little more info on the Smart Saver program
"During hot summer days, the demand for electricity is especially high. This can put a strain on the electric grid. To help prevent possible power interruptions on these days and to keep the cost of energy low, O&R may activate the Smart Savers program.
By joining Smart Savers, you can help reduce energy use on the occasional extra-hot day. There is no effort required during these events and O&R will automatically adjust your thermostat temperature by no more than four degrees to help lower energy demand during peak hours.
Smart Savers is free to join, and in exchange for enrolling, you'll get $85 for each eligible thermostat you enroll. For every year you participate*, you will receive $25 at the end of the summer season.
*The $25 annual incentive is issued after the second summer of enrollment, and only when you participate in 80% of event hours."
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10-04-2022 at 02:19 PM.
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Quote from HappyWeather667 :
https://www.denver7.com/news/cont...?_amp=true

Obviously every company isn't gonna be the same, just gotta read the fine print
that is something entirely different than a power company giving you a rebate on a thermostat. Those customers signed up to be monitored
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