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Hunter 44360 Set and Save 7-Day Programmable Thermostat

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All 7 Days Individually Programmable, Home Today, Temporary and Vacation Overrides with Programmable Hold, Indiglo Backlit Display, Energy, Filter and Battery Monitors, Daylight Savings Key, Compatible with Most Furnaces and Cooling Systems, Including Stage Heat Pumps.

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Create the ideal indoor climate for a particular household's daily needs while conserving energy with this Energy Star-compliant programmable thermostat from Hunter. Users program for each day of the week, enabling the thermostat to automatically heat up at dawn on a cold morning or to run the air conditioner for longer hours over a summer weekend. By adjusting the thermostat to operate primarily when household members are home, the device reduces wasted energy and minimizes the size of the electric bill in addition to maximizing comfort.

The programmable thermostat accommodates most any 24-volt and millivolt furnace and cooling system that features a single-stage heat pump. Temperatures range from 32 to 99 degrees F and are conveyed with exactitude on an easy-to-read Indiglo display. For sudden or fleeting weather changes, users may opt to temporarily override programmed settings for increased comfort. Likewise, the thermostat program includes a hold option to conserve energy while dwellers vacation. A daylight savings key assists users make seasonal time adjustments. A flip-open door conceals the keypad and includes quick reference instructions on the door's interior. Two AA batteries power the thermostat. A two-stage light indicates low battery levels. Batteries must be purchased separately. Hunter offers a limited one-year warranty for this product. The thermostat measures 5 by 6 by 1-1/4 inches and weighs 1 pound upon shipping. --Jessica Reuling


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Technical Details
Part Number 44360
Item Weight12 ounces
Product Dimensions6 x 5 x 1.2 inches
Item model number44360
Batteries:2 AA batteries required.
ColorWhite
FinishWhite
ShapeCurved
Power Sourcebattery-powered
Item Package Quantity1
Display StyleDigital
Certificationenergy_star
Batteries Required?Yes
Warranty Description1 Year
  
Additional Information
ASINB0002SP6AY
Best Sellers Rank #238,440 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight12 ounces
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJuly 7, 2004
  
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Easy to install and easy to program.
Mark Roeder
I love this thermostat, and recommended it to a friend who loves it as well.
NM02
This issue is currently pending with me and Hunter Tech support.
William A. Holets

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84 of 86 people found the following review helpful By NM02 on October 12, 2005
This thermostat is worth every penny! It does exactly what it should do, and the instructions were perfect for my heating/cooling system. I didn't have any problems putting it in.

What the other review didn't mention is that this thermostat has extra features over the other Hunter models. The big difference is the Energy usage information. It tracks the amount of time that the system was on today, yesterday, this week, last week, and total since you installed it. It's neat being able to come home and see that the air conditioning was on for only 30 minutes, or on for 2 hours. This helps you figure out how your thermostat settings are affecting your real energy usage. It also has a filter reset reminder, which tracks the number of hours that the system has been used with the current filter. This is useful, since most filters say they last 3 months. But the real lifetime of the filter is based on how much air has been blown through it. You could run it for 12 hours a day, and it might only last one month. On the other hand, you could run it only 10 minutes a day, and it would probably last 6 months. With the filter reminder, it's able to tell you when you truly need to replace the filter.

Also, the backlight works perfectly in my opinion. It only stays on for 5 seconds after you stop pushing any buttons. So if you are programming things, then it continually stays on until you are done programming. Plus, if you are just checking the current temperature or setting, 5 seconds is more than enough time to read a 2-digit number. I love this thermostat, and recommended it to a friend who loves it as well. It's much lower-priced compared to other competitors like Honeywell, and has a nice, simple interface. The blue backlight is gorgeous as well, and other brands don't all offer an indiglo backlight like this one does. There really isn't anything I don't like about this product. I HIGHLY recommend it!
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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Mullen on March 15, 2007
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After about 2 weeks use, I am very pleased with this thermostat. It works as advertised, is easy to set up (don't know what the other reviewer was talking about...if anything about this would be difficult, it would be the way your existing wiring is set up, NOT the way this thermostat sets up. It's a totally standard installation for this type of unit), and the blue indiglo looks really nice when it comes on. I also like how all but 3 buttons are concealed by the front swing-down lid, which gives it a cleaner, simpler look as opposed to resembling something you'd see in a cockpit. The features are pretty much the same you'd get on comparable models, PLUS my favorite of all, the energy monitor function. I'm sort of a geek when it comes to stats and energy use, weather, etc. and it's fun to keep track of how much time your system worked for during each day, week...it makes it easier to predict your next heating/cooling bill. Most of the competing thermostats cost 2-3 times as much as this, and I don't like the aesthetic quality of the others as much as this one.

Now, on to this "word of caution" I mentioned in the subject line. I almost gave this product an angry 1-star review, but I'm glad I waited it out. I'm not sure if this was an issue with this specific product, or an issue common to all digital thermostats, but the first one I ordered had a defective thermometer. It was reading 3 degrees F. below the actual temperature. When I first powered the thermostat, I placed it next to the digital one I was replacing, as well as a third analog thermometer for comparison. I put them all next to each other in several different spots in my house, and let them regulate for 10 minutes before checking. Sure enough, every time the Hunter read 3 degrees too low, so I knew it was defective.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By F. Greenwood on October 26, 2007
This unit represents a good value. It has lots of thoughtful features, such as a button to tell it that you are home for the day and want the heat to stay on, and a meter than tells you how many hours of heat you have been using. It also offers plenty of programming flexibility that you would have to pay more for with products from other manufacturers.

I also use the backlit 5-2 Honeywell. The Honeywell costs more, has fewer features, and in my view, at least, is not meaningfully easier to program, and is certainly no easier to use on a daily basis. I felt the Hunter had better installation instructions. The Honeywell's biggest strength is that it is smaller. Using it, I often find myself wishing it had some of the features found on the Hunter.

My biggest gripe with this Hunter model is that the backlight makes an annoying, high pitch noise. It is also a little too large for my taste. Dollar for dollar, though, versus the competition, this is money well spent.
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29 of 33 people found the following review helpful By William A. Holets on February 25, 2006
This thermostat installs easily and functions as advertised.It does make a noise each time it turns the furnace on AND off. It is a clicking sound with a twang sound at the end. It is attention getting in a room with people in it. I talked to customer support and a technician at Hunter and they admit that this is a relay noise in this model thermostat. The thermostat that I was replacing was a 10+ year old Hunter digital unit that operated silently! The reason that I was replacing it was that it had a temperature span of 4 degrees and the new one has a span of 2 degrees and would make the house more comfortable. Hunter knows all of this. I don't know why they went backwords from solid state electronics to a mechanical relay (a poor one at that)! Also be wary of their ceiling fans! I have a 5 year old fan that runs quietly and two new ones that have a bothersome humming noise. Hunter sent me new fans and they do the same thing. This issue is currently pending with me and Hunter Tech support.
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