Use your phone to automate Honeywell's T5+ Smart Thermostat, on sale for $82
One of the most integral parts of any well thought-out smart home is a smart thermostat. If you're still stuck manually adjusting your thermostat's controls, it's time to make a change. Amazon has the Honeywell T5+ Smart Thermostat (opens in new tab) on sale for just $81.95 today, bringing it lower than we've ever seen it reach otherwise. This smart thermostat regularly sells for up to $130, though it has an average price of around $115 there.
Honeywell's T5 smart thermostat features seven-day flexible scheduling and location-based temperature control that will automatically tell the T5 to be in heating or cooling mode based on your location and the temperature around you. So if you're outside and it's scorching hot, the T5 will cool your apartment down so it's nice and cool when you return home. It's Energy-Star certified as well, and some power companies might even offer you a discount on your monthly energy bill once you set it up in your home.
Adaptive recovery learns how long it takes to achieve the right temperature at the right time and will automatically run your system the way you want it. You can also get notifications sent to your phone to let you know to change your filter or of extreme temperature warnings. Plus, you can hook it into your current HomeKit or Echo (opens in new tab) ecosystem so you can manage your smart home from one place.
For even more ways to make your home smarter, check out this guide to the best smart home products under $100. Shipping at Amazon is free on orders totaling $35 or more, including on Honeywell's T5+, though you'd recieve your order even faster with Amazon Prime. If you've never been a Prime member before, you can start a free 30-day trial (opens in new tab) to score free two-day shipping, exclusive members-only discounts, access to the Prime Video streaming service, and more.
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