Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 78
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by FVG Honeywell Thermostat install
After 7 years in my 2 story new home without and issue I had to replace the 2 thermostats logically with the same brand and model but after installation I have founded difficult to sync both to work unison and referred to the installation instructions but reading them is vague and gray. I must contact Honeywell directly to advise on a solution.
August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Doug Honeywell Touchscreen thermostat
Just purchased this product to replace our aging thermostat. The installation did require I utilize the addition common wire, but the wiring bundle had enough wires to accommodate this and hooking them up was easy.
August 9, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Verified Reviewer Hold....
Way too many features. What do you want your thermostat to do? Cool and heat the house to the temp you desire. We are either home or not. We can physically turn the thermostat up or down. We bought the house with this junk already installed. We are replacing it with a physical button thermostat. This is what happens when you try to overthink the room. It resets all the time. Wants to go to a phantom schedule that I did NOT program or some mysterious HOLD mode. When I called customer service and spoke to someone that could not understand or speak english I was DONE.
The number of positive reviews of this product ate suspect when you research other sites. Buyer beware.
June 25, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Bosco Thermostat Upgrade
Going from an older (Mercury Switch) thermostat to a programmable model has its challenges, not all of which have to do the the newer unit! Access, old brittle wires, and the match-up to the existing decor (where is that paint for the wall - I know I kept some around . . .). Anyway, wiring was pretty straight forward; what was not covered was the hidden programming/coding required to make the unit work for my application. I had to actually resort to calling Honeywell's Tech Support and they were able to identify my configuration and guide me through the internal coding changes required to configure the thermostat. Voila!
May 5, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by McGuiverGuy Simple interface - easy to read
I replaced a unit with a small screen that was hard to read and more complicated to set. The larger screen is easy to see and the touch interface is intuitive. So far, I only have it installed as a single stage controller like the old one, but when I get time will set for multi-stage since the furnace supports it. My wife was concerned about the green screen, but it is only green after a tap and then the back-light turns off. We had a similar unit in our last house that came with the high efficiency furnace install.
May 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Thefatcharcoal Great thermostat
We had one of these professionally installed in our previous home and I wanted the same for the house we live in now. It was a bit of a challenge to find the exact model, but Home Depot does carry it and I highly recommend it to anyone who wants a thermostat that is user friendly.
April 26, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by To345 Junk
I've worked with dozens of these and every last one kept reflecting inaccurate temperatures. This unit should have been recalled when it came out. Another interesting detail, couple years back a popular online seller who we all know had one bad review on this product and it was the only review on their site. Suddenly in past year appeared an influx of five star reviews. Very suspicious especially considering how badly this product performs.
April 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by barbill12345 working great
We purchased this on recommendation of our heating/ac repairman, who said we could easily install it ourselves and save money. We assured him we are barely capable of do it yourself projects, but he reassured us. The package said it would install in 15 min.Only 3 hours later, we had ours running. There was a very tiny u-shaped piece of wire that had to be in contact with a particular place on the thermostat. It was on the right side, thus having to be inserted from the left. For right handed people, this was nearly impossible due to the size and precision required. After countless tries (and numerous drops to the carpet of this teeny little piece of wire), we finally did it! Everything after that was simple, and the thermostat is doing what it is supposed to. There are many good features on this that we have not used yet, but it seems to be a pretty good value (installation aside!).
December 9, 2014