Snag the excellent Ecobee3 smart thermostat at one of the best prices we've seen
If you're looking to add some extra smarts to your home and save a little money over the long-term, a smart thermostat is a great place to start. Luckily, the Ecobee3, our pick for the best smart thermostat, is currently on sale for just $199.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab). That's a full $49 discount off of its usual price tag and one of the lowest prices we've seen.
With the Ecobee 3, you can potentially save big on your energy bills throughout the year. The thermostat is able to sense when anyone is home, and can adjust the temperature accordingly, keeping you comfortable while you're around, and saving energy while no one is in the house. The Ecobee3 also keeps an eye on the weather outside and thousands of other data points to make sure you're always comfortable.
If you're up for adding a smart thermostat to your home, you can snag the Ecobee3 and take advantage of this discount at Amazon now.
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I have this thermostat and absolutely love it. The Android and web apps showing your home heating and cooling usage are really great. Keep in mind that to power this thermostat you need in your wall a C-wire or two unused wires (that can work with an included adapter).
I own this thermostat. I would highly recommend it. I also added 2 extra sensors.
Great price. I bought an Ecobee last year. It's amazing, we love it. Looks so good on the wall also. The Android app looks just like the thermostat which is a nice touch.
Ecobee 3 - "best pick for smart thermostat" yet not directly supported by Google Home. Its a shame that Ecobee is a partner for Amazon Echo but shows no interest in supporting Google Home (they tell me there are no plans for it either).
It is compatible with the Wink hub, which is now compatible with Home. I can now control temp with a voice command.
How hard is it really to turn the heat or air down before you leave for work and then back up when you get home?