best wifi thermostats

Honeywell YTH6320R1001 Wireless Programmable Thermostat Review 2017

Honeywell YTH6320R1001 wireless thermostat is a wireless programmable thermostat kit ideal for house or office that can monitor and shows outdoor temperature and humidity levels in its display. The kit has all HVAC tool wired to a module receiving connection from the wireless instrument. Also, the kit is equipped with return air sensor working with... Read More »

Honeywell Wifi Smart RTH9580WF WiFi 9000 Color Touchscreen Thermostat Review 2016

Honeywell Wifi Smart RTH9580WF WiFi 9000 Color Touchscreen Thermostat Review 2016Honeywell rth9580wf wifi 9000 color touchscreen thermostat is one of the best products of Honeywell. Honeywell is a famous wi-fi smart thermostat brand with a history of more than 120 years. Honeywell has been in the thermostat business for many years, lyric round is the most famous product. Unlike Venstar 5800 or the Nest, Honeywell’s RTH8580WF thermostat... Read More »

Review of Honeywell Lyric Round™ Wi-Fi Thermostat – Second Generation

Review of Honeywell Lyric Round™ Wi-Fi Thermostat – Second Generation  Honeywell announced Lyric Round smart thermostats Add Support for HomeKit. Honeywell announced an update to its home thermostat on 1.5.2016. Lyric Round smart thermostats 2nd is the first HomeKit support product made by Honeywell. It is intended to compete with other HomeKit-compatible thermostats on the market like the ecobee3 and thermostat. This means Honeywell Lyric... Read More »

Ecobee3 and Echobee4 Multiple Zones Thermostat with Remote Sensor Review 2017

Ecobee3 and Echobee4 Multiple Zones Thermostat with Remote Sensor Review 2017Room sensors, a slick design, usage data from the free HomeIQ service, the Ecobee3 Smart WiFi Thermostat with remote sensor is a smarter, more advanced thermostat. It makes it easy to schedule and control over your HVAC system, this ensure your home always at the right temperature. The Ecobee multiple zones thermostat uses remote sensors to find which... Read More »