We covered a great sale last week on the Emerson Sensi Touch Wi-Fi Thermostat with Touchscreen Color Display, and hundreds of our readers rushed to Amazon to take advantage. If you weren’t among them, we have some great news: that killer deal price is back! At $199.99, the Sensi Touch thermostat is already cheaper than top rivals like the Nest Learning Thermostat, and it has a nice big touchscreen that you won’t find on the Nest. Snag one today though, and you’ll only pay $138!
Here are the bullet points from the product page:
- Named the ‘Best Overall’ smart thermostat of 2018 by USA Today’s Reviewed.com.
- SAVE ABOUT 23% ON HVAC ENERGY*: The ENERGY STAR certified Sensi thermostat helps you save on your HVAC energy costs, with features like geofencing, 7-day flexible scheduling, remote access and energy usage reports.
- GET REBATES: Find utility rebates in your area through the rebate finder at sensi.emerson.com/rebates
- MOST INSTALL IN 30 MINUTES OR LESS**: Use the built-in level, illuminated easy click terminals and step-by-step in-app instructions for quick DIY installation
- EXTENSIVE COMPATIBILITY***: Works with the HVAC equipment found in most homes – ALL system types require a common wire (c-wire). To check system and router compatibility, refer to our online compatibility resources at sensi.emerson.com/compatibility
- SMART HOME COMPATIBLE: Works with Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, Apple HomeKit and Wink smart home platforms. CONTROL FROM ANYWHERE: Remotely control your home comfort from your smartphone or tablet using the free mobile Sensi app for Android and iOS devices.
- HD TOUCHSCREEN DISPLAY and ENHANCED FEATURES: Features HD touchscreen color display with backglow; and smart alerts to detect extreme temperature and humidity levels in your home.
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