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  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Ecobee is great, Alexa is ok

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    olgratefuldead
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    Ok so in all fairness, I purchased this for my father as his Christmas gift. He has been eyeing down my Ecobee 3 for over a year now and my mom wanted an Echo, so this appeared to be a one size fits all solution. The Great: I'll start with the best thing about the Ecobee 4: The Ecobee is just fantastic as usual and if you're house is Homekit enabled, then even better. The integration is seamless as long as you can traverse and decipher the non-intuitive and ridiculous Apple Home app layout. With that being said, the layout of the Alexa app is slightly better in my opinion and that's saying a lot since I am an Apple fanboy (yeah that's right...I;m proud to admit it but not proud that I used the term fanboy). The Good: The Alexa integration is far superior to the skill you had to download for the Ecobee 3. I'm not sure about anyone else's experience, but I could not remember the exact commands. The Alexa integration allows the same normal command structure as you would expect from say an Echo. Saying something like "raise the temperature by two degrees" no longer returns an error like "I do not understand that command" or "what device?" The language is as natural as the Echo environment allows. The Bad(ish): Now there is nothing truly bad about the system and thats why it git 4 stars. Also I should note that its by no means the native Ecobee unit itself that got a star knocked off. Again, its well made and intuitive. Moreover, I do not have any issues with the Alexa integration as I noted above. My problem is in Alexa's functionality. One problem is that it does not support the Echo Spatial Perception (ESP) feature that prevents multiple devices from responding at the same. If you have any other Echo devices in the direct vicinity, the Ecobee Alexa will most likely respond even if its not intended to which can mean having a literal echo in responses. The other thing, and I was probably asking for too much, is that the speakers are awful for music. I mean they are just terrible, even worse than the Dot. I actually turned off the always-listening option on the Ecobee. This made Alexa useless in most cases. My advice is if you have any other Echo devices around, then maybe the Ecobee3 is worth it, even with the pain of the restrictive downloadable skill set. Hey on the bright side, its cheaper. However, if you don't have any Echo devices in the area, say you have a Show or Dot or whatever in another room, then this si probably a good choice. Saying something like "Alexa tell numnuts that I'm cold" and having the heater turn on is pretty cool. Obviously I named my Ecobee "numnuts". I hope this helps if anyone is on the fence.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Awesome thermostats with sensor

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    Mxyzptlk
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    Installed 2 of these about a month ago and really appreciated what I felt were thorough instructions. The only thing that was strange to me is that the mounting holes for the thermostat wall-plate are vertical. This means I had to drill/screw two vertical holes in the wall in the same area where the electrical wires for the thermostat are running. It would have made more sense if the wall plate allowed for mounting horizontally. Installation aside, we have a room in the house that gets very cold during the winter but is not near the thermostat so we were curious to see how well the extra sensor would do and it's working to our expectations and surprisingly it's not burning up the rest of the house trying to get that room warm. (it helps that it utilizes temperature ranges than exact temperature ... more on this later) There are a lot of options and configurations and it will take you a few weeks to figure out what you really want/need but I just appreciate the various configuration options as well as being able to connect to the thermostats with my phone, etc. We have both an echo and a google home. Given that an echo is even included in the thermostat, it's of no surprise that the Alexa integration is a lot better than the Google integration. For example, if named a temperature sensor "Den", I can ask Alexa: "What's the temperature in the Den?" and it tells me. With Google, I have to say "What's the Den *temperature sensor* read?" Overall though they both offer similar functionality. Don't think you can go wrong with these. Final thought: At first I was frustrated that the thermostat utilizes temperature ranges rather than exact temperature. I am use to setting the thermostat to a specific temperature and getting that temp. Given now that we have temperature sensors in different rooms it makes sense that setting one temperature is not going to cut it. This took some getting used to but we configured the delta between the low/high temperature and everything is great. If this surprises you, I'd just say keep an open mind about it. I haven't seen a bill yet so I can't speak to it's energy efficiency but from the fact that its keep all rooms an acceptable temperature and we can control the thermostats remotely, we appreciate it.

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  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Overall very happy with the Ecobee4

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    Albert
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    Our house is a HomeKit (Apple) house, so we don't have any other Alexa devices. As such I don't use the Alexa feature all that much, as it's just as easy or easier to talk to Siri through a phone, watch or HomePod. The times I've used Alexa, it's worked well if I'm standing in front of the thermostat, but if I'm in the adjacent room, she has a very hard time understanding what I'm (or anyone) is saying. They definitely need to improve the microphone if they want to advertise being able to use Alexa reliably in the next room. Aside from that, the Ecobee app isn't very intuitive, and I've run into a couple instances with Siri and HomeKit where I've asked for the temperature to be changed and Siri says "Got it" but then I find later it never got changed. For the most part though, it works fairly well and I'm overall happy with the product. I installed it myself (not very handy) and it was fairly straightforward due to our home being newer. My inlaws liked the Ecobee so much when they were at our house that I ended up buying and installing one in their house as well. Their house was older so there wasn't a common wire connected already so I did have some trouble. I ended up emailing pictures of the wires at the thermostat and AC unit to Ecobee's customer support, and they were able to see there was an extra wire (as noted in their instructions as a possibility). I was able to run this extra wire in place of the absent C-wire, and everything setup easily after that point. Despite the few shortcomings, I would definitely buy again. It's made it much easier to control the temperature on the fly, although I really wish you could set the schedule by voice. Trying to say "Turn off the air conditioning at 11pm" gives a "sorry I can't do that" response from Siri. Since the app isn't very straightforward, I haven't bothered setting up the scheduling feature yet.

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  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great Smart Thermostat

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    Everi
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    Pros: Alexa: Cool feature to have built into a thermostat. Especially if you don't already have Echo's throughout your home. The speaker can be adjusted to be pretty loud for voice feedback. Interface: The display is bright and the touch screen is responsive. It's easy to make basic changes, but recommend using the app or web portal to design a schedule or make major changes. App: The app is a very intuitive and easy to use. Schedule: Awesome feature. probably one of the best features. The ecobee gives you finer control over the details. Sensor: The satellite sensor is a great way to help out with dead spots. Our living space is open and gets warmer than the hallway where the thermostat is located. The sensor helps keep the temperature where we want it. Reports: The reports that ecobee builds are really helpful in seeing where you stack up in your community and can help you design a more efficient program for your house or apartment. This is another great feature. You get to monitor the trends of your runtime, current settings, etc. Cons: WiFi: You need WiFi to get the most out of this thermostat. Concerned about what happens if the connection is dropped. Battery: I was used to thermostats having battery backup, but since it's connected to WiFi, it will resume it's previous schedule, but while the power is out, it won't record any data. Not a huge deal, just takes getting used to if you live in an area with frequent outages. Weather: The outside weather can be a little hit and miss. I've compared to the local weather service and it's usually within a couple degrees. Overall though, it does a pretty good job.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Good So Far

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    sgriesch
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    I purchased the Ecobee4 as a recommendation by my HVAC professional. I had tried a Nest thermostat about a year ago, but it wouldn't work with my variable speed fan. (I contacted Nest, and they verified this.) The Ecobee4, however, does work with my Carrier unit. The reason for my purchase was to try to fix a balancing problem throughout the upstairs. Certain rooms were constantly cold while others were always hot. The basis for using this is that the Ecobee4 has the option to add remote sensors to the system. This allows the thermostat to understand that because my bedroom is at a good temperature, it doesn't mean that the office is okay. It takes all of the information and averages the temperature. By knowing the average, the unit can run long enough to be as close to balanced as possible without adding dampers or re-running ductwork. So far, this has improved by temperature delta somewhat. I will probably need to make some other duct/damper changes in addition to the thermostat to fully correct the situation. Overall I am using 5 remote sensors in addition to the sensor on the thermostat itself. I did contact Ecobee customer service about a wiring issue during installation. They were extremely prompt, and responded within 15 minutes. They gave me the correct wiring diagram, which I installed. I replied that I had installed as recommended. The next day they followed up to make sure that I was satisfied with their assistance. Overall, it seems to be an improvement. The Ecobee4 has Amazon's Alexa embedded into the thermostat. While some people may think that's neat, I'm not really sure I need that feature. I do appreciate the attempt to connect to other smart home technologies.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Would be great if it played nice with other Alexa

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    simsarah
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    I was excited to get our new Ecobee 4 installed in our new home, we've been happy Alexa users for a while now and the option to have an Alexa enabled smart thermostat was too cool to pass up. The thermostat itself works beautifully, and installed easily (the only difficulties I encountered were related to the... unique... wiring choices of the previous homeowners) with very clear instructions based on easy to follow criteria. The disappointing flaw, and it's a big one, is that the Ecobee (like other third party Alexa devices) is not able to make use of Amazon's Echo Spacial Perception which is what enables the Amazon devices to decide which one is talking to you if several of them hear you. So the Ecobee, mounted in our dining room, responds any time we speak to the Echo in our kitchen. In unpleasant stereo with the Echo in our kitchen. It's an Echo echo. There are a few workarounds - you can change the wake word on the Amazon devices to something other than "Alexa" (though the Ecobee cannot be changed, so if you liked talking to "Alexa" you're out of luck there) so that they have different prompts, you can mute the Ecobee (though that defeats the purpose of having onboard Alexa, and also produces an annoying red light) or you can just disconnect the Ecobee from your Alexa account, which is what I have done. Given that limitation, until the Ecobee (and other third party devices, this is not an isolated issue) can make use of the ESP, I would not recommend spending extra for the 4 over an Ecobee 3 without Alexa. I do LIKE the Ecobee, the thermostat functionality is spot on, but unless it will be your ONLY Alexa device in range, it's really not a useful Alexa device.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great product has some strange programming.

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    NewKA
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    Overall I really like the Ecobee 4 thermostat. I especially like the ability to add on remote sensors, solving a long-standing issue in our house. At night we really needed the thermostat to control the bedroom temperature rather than the family room. In both the summer and winter, the upstairs bedrooms would get too hot in the middle of the night. Using programming that switches over to remote sensors in the bedrooms provides the solution. Now for the "strange programming": When a program change calls for a change in the active sensors, the Ecobee 4 makes a gradual change from the outgoing sensor(s) list to the new sensor list during the half hour before the actual program change. The heat supply to our bedrooms is less than the rest of the house to keep them cooler. The "sleep" program is set 6 degrees cooler than the "home" program. When the half hour change over period starts, the Ecobee 4 uses the 6 degree warmer "home" setting as it is changing over to the bedroom sensors with the result that it drives the temperature up in the entire house to uncomfortable levels and wastes energy. We found a workaround by programming a half hour long "change to sleep" comfort setting with the same sensors as the "home" program, but the temperature for the "sleep" program.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great, inspite of Alexa

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    Redwhiteandtim
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    We "upgraded" from the ecobee3, which is the most amazing (albeit expensive) smart thermostat ever. Those features are all carried over seamlessly into the newer version and we have loved the comfort it provides to our home. We have a split level house and rarely keep a standard schedule, so the occupancy sensors are huge in regulating the day-to-day/ hour-by-hour temp of our home. The weather integration is fantastic too, turning our units on/off at the appropriate times to minimize effort needed. My only disappointment is with the Alexa integration. It doesn't maintain the full suite of Alexa features that would be found in a standalone unit and most disappointedly has a tremendous struggle respondinf to voice commands while the user us only a few feet away in a quiet room. The magic of this technology is lost when having to scream at a device to make it work. The speaker volume is ok for its size and perhaps improvements will be made to integration over time. We've also noticed the device activate its lights at random throughout the day/night. A minor annoyance from your thermostat when it distracts you from a movie or conversation. All that aside, we do use and prefer our Google Home for home integration, but hope to further use the ecobee Alexa feature when we move the Home to a new level of the house. To do it all over again, I would have kept the ecobee3 and purchased an additional Google Home. In summary, Thermostat features: AMAZING. Alexa integration: MEH.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    The kitchen sink and then some

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    BaileyDOOD
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    In terms of smart thermostat, the Ecobee4 seems to be the echelon of current day thermostats. Improvements from the Ecobee3 design and functionality plus the unnecessary built in feature of Alexa, Amazon's echo technology. The thermostat does everything I wanted in terms of a smart thermostat. The app for phone and computer work great. The only minor issue I have with the thermostat comes with the set schedule. When making the schedule for temperature preference, if the Ecobee does not sense your home, it will default to the away setting which I set as a 5 degree difference. My thermostat is located upstairs, and when home, I don't walk upstairs constantly so Ecobee thinks I'm away as it doesn't sense home presence. Also, Alexa is a nice feature, but not necessary. It doesn't seem to function well with the Ecobee itself in terms of being able to set a random temperature only, home and away settings. Also, the built-in Alexa feature does not communicate with other Alexa products, so no voice calls or messages unfortunately. Also, on very rare occasions, Ecobee's Alexa will think I'm talking to it in the middle of the night for some strange reason. The positive side of having the build in Alexa is that it can serve as a communication hub to other smart products in another level of your house if needed. Overall, I'm satisfied with the product, but giving the limitations of Alexa, I'd opt for the Ecobee 3 again as it is much cheaper.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great Smart Thermostat, Best Customer service

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    Kinkoman
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    If you're like me, you're tired of living in a home that has a thermostat that doesn't care if you're hot in the summer or cold in the winter while you're sleeping. I spend almost half of my time st home in the bedroom, yet there has been no way to control the temperature in it reliably...until now! The ecobee 4 really is a great addition to any home. Being able to totally ignore the main thermostat when controlling my HVAC, and instead using a remote sensor that is measuring the temperature that I actually care about...the temp in the room I'm in! Set up is relatively easy. I've never changed a thermostat before and I was able to do this in about an hour, including splicing some lines. I did call ecobee customer service twice and got the same analyst, Nick, who provided the best customer service I've ever received, for anything. I emailed him photos as we were on the phone. He coached me through the whole thing. The ONLY reason I am giving 4/5 stars is the voice recognition for Alexa. I essentially have to be standing in front of the thermostat and speak to it in a raised voice to activate her. Other than that, it works seemlessly. Other have noted that deactivating Alexa will give you a red light, but I would recommend just leaving her activated because she isn't going to hear anything anyway! If you're purchasing this because of this feature, I'm not sure it should sway you

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Awesome thermostat, Alexa is lacking though

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    MischiefManaged
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    I've had this thermostat for a few months now and I can honestly say it's a game changer. I like it cold at night, but when I'm gone, other people in the house can have it nice and toasty thanks to the scheduling feature. If I get home early, I can just switch it to "home" instead of away, and it will hold my desired temp until it's usually supposed to. Alexa was just a plus feature for me, not ultimately desired or needed but she just isn't as responsive as they claim she is. She's supposedly able to hear you from another room, that has yet to be proven. There are certain simple questions she can't answer, as well. "Alexa, tell me the time." Silence. Nada. Goose egg. She's excellent for setting a timer when I'm baking, though. Setup was incredibly simple, I had no experience with wiring and when I got a bit confused (the previous thermostat was ancient and installed incorrectly, ecobee tech support was simple to reach and absolutely off the charts incredible. Unfortunately, when Geek Squad was contacted, they had no knowledge of how to install it and transferred me 4 times over 20 minutes. I was disappointed with that, so don't call them, call Ecobee! So, I'm knocking off the one star for Alexa (a highly touted feature for the device) being not all she's cracked up to be, and for the poor support from Best Buy. Can't say enough good things about the Ecobee team, though!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Easy to use and great look, app is a bit cluttered

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    Rumblers
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    We replaced our previous Sensi Thermostat which was also a wifi unit. This unit looks a lot sharper and the display is really easy to see. So far the only complaints I have is that dialing the temperature up/down requires us to drag the slider. I prefer the up/down button that we click because it's sometimes hard to stop on the correct number when we drag the slider. The other quibble is the app takes a bit getting used to, even after using it for several weeks I will forget which submenu a certain option is located. I do like the smart home/away functions so it'll know when we are outside of our normal schedule though I wish it was adjustable. Right now the default smart-away is 2 hours of non-movement, and smart-home is 1 hour of detected movement where it will override the schedule. I'd like to see this adjustable in a future update, if I get home outside of my schedule I don't want to be in a warm home for an hour before the A/C kicks in so in that case I will just override and select the "home for now" option manually on my app or the thermostat. I would like it to be as seamless as possible requiring minimal interaction.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Good device

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    BK713
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    Overall, I am happy with my ecobee 4. The only thing is the built in alexa ends up being more of a bragging feature more than anything. I find myself using the phone app to adjust the temp as it tends to be more of a hassle trying to tell alexa to do this. Things that I don't like about the device: If you disable alexa, the light bar on the top of the thermostat will light up bright red and continue to stay that was until you turn alexa back on. It like a red plague in the home at night, since I have 2 of these thermostats. Hope this eventually changes. The other problem that drives me crazy is that both of my thermostats in my home are located in rooms that are used for entertainment (livingroom, gameroom/den). Unlike echo devices where you can change alexa's name, with the ecobee you can't. So be mindful that any radio or tv ad that gives an alexa command, your ecobee will respond. An example was a recent tv commercial telling alexa to set an alarm. Sure enough my ecobee starts talking via alexa telling me an alarm has been set. So while the feature is cool, its also rather annoying.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Some Impressive Features

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    fignut
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    Pros You can use multiple location sensors in conjunction with the scheduling feature to set the temperature in different rooms. For instance, I scheduled the main unit as the sensor during the day and evening so it's reading the temp in the living room, where we most likely are. But at night I set the temp using the sensor in our master bedroom, so it's the right temp where we're sleeping Acts as an input and speaker for Alexa. I haven't really used this feature since it's near where my Alexa sits, but could see it being useful if that we're not the case. Con You have to set the temp as a range of at least 2 degrees apart, which is annoying because the variance causes some consternation with my wife who doesn't like it as cool as I do. You can't just set it at a single temp and have it be set, it's most likely going to fluctuate 1 or 2 degrees from that.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great Little Thermostat - but may prefer Nest

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    NDBounce
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    I bought this because C|Net gave it nods over the Nest, but in retrospect, I may have preferred the Nest, as the nest is easier to control manually, whereas the Ecobee takes a lot of work to change the temperature (to be honest, I still can't figure out how to do this manually from the device). The Alexa skills also could be easier to use. As I have two Ecobees, she has trouble adjusting the temperature. I know this is not easy to program, but maybe if she could intuit "main level" and "main floor" are the same things, (or at least allow multiple names to be manually programmed into each device, and even have a "default" thermostat (so if I say, Alexa lower the temperature to 72 degrees) she would do that on the default Ecobee, rather than get all snooty with me. I like that it works with Alexa, if I were to purchase again, I'd invest in the Nest hardware rather than the Ecobee.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great if....

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    Steve
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    If you live in a newer home, and you have a heating/cooling system that is also newer, this thermostat is an excellent choice. If you live in an older apartment, or older home, you should look at your present thermostat and it’s wiring to make sure this thermostat is compatible, or you are ready and willing to make it work with the heating/coolingsystem in your building. I would suggest that you do some reading online and familiarize yourself with what a “ C wire “ is. If you’re technically adept enough to install this thermostat on your own you should also be able to find a way to make it work for you, it’s not that difficult. I’m sure you’ll be as pleased with the results as I am. P.S. Don’t Forget, there are rebates being offered until December 31, 2017 by the utility companies on these thermostats making it a much more affordable choice!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    East to use

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    Chie3
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    We bought the ecobee 4 thinking it would be a nice addition to our home and allow us to ease into the smart home realm. This device was easy to install and setup. The Alexa feature stopped working. I had to disconnect the device and reset it. This happened only once. Unfortunately, I had to wait on hold when I called ecobee support for almost an hour, without ever reaching a support person. I hung up and just decided to disconnect the ecobee 4 from the wall. The lil bee, works and allows us to monitor the temperature in a separate room. We have been able to successfully increase/decrease the temperature from our devices. Overall, we are pleased with the purchase of the ecobee 4.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Love the Eccobee, if it worked with our furnace.

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    Beekeeper
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    We actually bought two of these! We have one in our cottage that we love. We can adjust the furnace on our way to the cottage so it's comfortable when we arrive, we can monitor the temperature while we are away so we can be sure the HVAC is working, and the grandkids love Alexa. The thermostat is easy to use, easy to read, it even looks good on the wall. We would give it 5 stars except that when we bought our second Eccobee, it is not compatible with our furnace at home! We have a Carrier furnace that has some special features that we paid extra for and need in our house (like variable speed fan which helps our upper floor get enough heat) but if we use this thermostat we lose those features.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    So far, so good.. 4.5

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    BakerGirl
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    I've had my echobee4 for a few weeks now, and I love it! It is pretty simple to use and I love that it has Alexa. It's convenient to set/ change the temperature from my phone, which is helpful since my thermostat is on the second floor. The only issue that I have concerns the scheduling feature. My scheduling does not work and I have to "manually" set the temperature myself. It's a bit confusing at first, but the basic settings of ac, heat, or fan are easy to use. I don't like the automatic setting because you can't really control the cool or heat range... you set the ac temp and the heat temp, and echobee will cool the house to somewhere in between. If you manually pick your system, it's all good.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Ok

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    Josh
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    A little high priced for what is does, has worked in 2 homes now with little to no fuss. Complaint are the second sensor is useless you live in a single story house, might need one in every room for it to work well, can’t say it does anything save on energy bills. It is a pain to set a new location if you move, and the warning about energy use when AUX heat is in use is annoying, my electric bill tells me how cold last month was with the high price. Thermostat is well made and looks good, the Alexa speaker works well but don’t expect to be blowed away

    I would recommend this to a friend