|Item Weight||1.72 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||4.29 x 4.29 x 1 inches|
|Item model number||SmartThermostat|
|Batteries||1 Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||Ecobee SmartThermostat mounting plate, Ecobee SmartThermostat, SmartSensor w/ detatchable stand, Install & Quickstart guide, Wire Labels, Large Trim Plate|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium Ion|
|Warranty Description||3- year limited.|
ecobee SmartThermostat with Voice Control, SmartSensor Included, Alexa Built-In
|With Deal:||$199.00 & FREE Shipping. Details & FREE Returns|
|You Save:||$50.00 (20%)|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||4.29 x 4.29 x 1 inches|
|Item Weight||0.78 Kilograms|
|Connectivity Protocol||Bluetooth, Wi-Fi|
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- AWARD WINNING: Named “The Best Smart Thermostat” by Tom’s Guide. With a crisp glass finish, vivid touch display, powerful quad-core processor, dual-band Wi-Fi, and far-field voice, it’s a smart thermostat like no other.
- SMARTSENSOR: Includes SmartSensor to keep important rooms comfortable by adjusting your thermostat based on occupancy and temperature.
- ENERGY SAVINGS: By reducing wasted energy in your home, you could save up to 23% annually on your heating or cooling costs (compared to a hold of 72°F). Plus, the eco+ free software works to further maximize efficiency. You can also see if your purchase qualifies for a rebate at ecobee.com/rebates.
- ADVANCED COMFORT: With Alexa Built-in and an intuitive mobile app, you can control your thermostat and home using your voice, phone, tablet, computer, or Apple Watch.
- INSTALLATION: Easily install yourself in 45 minutes or less with video walkthroughs and a step-by-step guide on the ecobee app. Our Canada-based support team is also just a call away.
- ALEXA BUILT-IN: Consider your life handled with Alexa Built-inch Just ask for the weather, music, Alexa Calling, and more.
- INTEGRATIONS: Works in harmony with your favorite smart home systems, including Google Assistant, Apple Home Kit, Alexa, Samsung SmartThings, and IFTTT.
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Comfort that stays with you.
Included SmartSensor keeps you comfortable where you are with occupancy detection. Place in your most important room to keep the temperature perfect.
Experience comfort when you’re home and reduce energy use when you’re away with Smart Home & Away.
Best Overall Smart Thermostat
Named "Best Overall Smart Thermostat" by Tom’s Guide.
See and control temperature from anywhere with the ecobee app.
Works on its own and with all leading smart home systems.
Experience enhanced comfort
Experience enhanced comfort and energy savings that are unique to your home with eco+ smart features that learn and adapt.
|ecobee3 Lite Smart Thermostat||ecobee SmartThermostat with Voice Control|
|Compatible with SmartSensor and SmartSensor for doors and windows||✓||✓|
|eco+ adds smarter savings if electricity rate varies based on time of day||✓||✓|
|iOS/Android. Works w/ Apple HomeKit, Apple Watch, Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, SmartThings, IFTTT||✓||✓|
|Installs in 45 minutes or less, Multi-speed fan compatible||✓||✓|
|Hardwired, includes power extender kit, Trim plate included||✓||✓|
|SmartSensor included, Built-in occupancy sensor||✓|
|Accessory control (humidifier, dehumidifier, ventilator, HRV or ERV)||✓|
|Alexa Built-in, Alexa calling, messaging, and Drop In, Spotify Connect||✓|
|WI-FI||2.4GHz||2.4GHz and 5GHz|
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|Item Dimensions||4.29 x 4.29 x 1.00 inches||4.05 x 1.00 x 4.05 inches||—||3.75 x 5.88 x 1.00 inches||3.50 x 4.50 x 0.88 inches||3.70 x 4.92 x 0.94 inches|
The all-new ecobee SmartThermostat with voice control enhances how you experience comfort by working with a state-of-the-art SmartSensor (included) and brings new meaning to having control of your home thanks to Alexa Built-inch Not only will it help you save energy and reduce the cost of heating and cooling your home, it also provides an easy way to have a lasting impact in the fight against climate change.
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Why did I switch camps? Well, I was intrigued by the idea of the Follow Me mode. I have multiple sensors around my house. I bought 4 additional plus the one that came with this thermostat. Ecobee knows what room I’m in and adjusts the temperature accordingly. It's like magic. This feature alone was worth switching for because Nest only allow you to use it’s sensors based on a time schedule. I also love that I now have Apple Siri support along with Alexa and IFTTT. I could control the Nest with Alexa but as I discovered Google has other ideas about that and to make matters worse they refuse to add Siri support.
After using the Ecobee for a week I have yet to see it enter Smart Away. I can monitor the motion sensors from HomeKit and I see that my cats constantly trigger them during the day. I’ve had to resort to turning off that feature and using geofencing to trigger Away / Home modes. Ecobee has added support for Apple HomeKit but I’ve had trouble with that as well. I have no idea why, maybe it’s because I don’t have the strongest cellular signal at my house. What I found is that using Life360 and IFTTT is far more reliable and works where HomeKit fails. As I understand it, Apple is working on HomeKit geofencing to improve it in iOS 13. Time will tell but for now I’ll stick with Life360. It sends a command through IFTTT to set Away and when I come home it sends the command to resume schedule.
The new room sensors are small and unobtrusive and they claim to have a 5 year battery life using the largest button cell I’ve ever encountered. I wonder how much those cost when it’s time to replace them?
Design wise I like the Nest better. The interface on the Ecobee is complicated and confusing. I’ve found that some things are easier or maybe mandatory to change on the unit itself or the web interface. The app seems to be missing some of the settings. I feel that the actual LCD panel could be larger. As it is there is a huge bezel and tons of wasted space. The bezel houses the spatial microphones and proximity sensor but there is really no reason the screen couldn’t be larger. I would like to see the screen change color, blue for cooling and orange for heating like the Nest. Many of the advanced settings are not explained in any detail as to what they actually do. I wouldn’t feel comfortable changing some of theses settings without the advice of a qualified A/C technician.
This model has very good audio quality. I often use it to listen to music and talk radio. From what I’ve read it’s a big improvement over the audio quality of the old model.
So what I have gained by switching? Built in Alexa and Siri support. Follow Me mode and additional room sensors. There has been a huge learning curve too but in the end I’m happy with it.
EDIT: After much trial and error I learned that I was setting up Geofencing with HomeKit incorrectly. The ecobee app itself has Geofencing built in but it only supports one user. If you want multiuser Geofencing you have to use HomeKit or if you are an android user then there are probably different steps that I am unaware of. I had Geofencing turned on in the ecobee app and I was also trying to use Geofencing in HomeKit. You can’t use both simultaneously. After turning off Geofencing in the ecobee app and setting up Geofencing in HomeKit everything started to work properly.
Edit December 11th, 2019: Ecobee issued a firmware update and broke one of the main features that I loved about this setup, GEOFENCING with Apple HomeKit is broken. They say to enable eco+ with minimal settings and the feature will still work but that doesn’t address the problem that I contacted them about. They broke the feature and either don’t understand the problem or don’t care. The way it works now is that the thermostat wants to try and schedule Home/Away modes based on what is senses via the motion sensors in the house. What if I’m off work on a holiday or I’m sick and stay home? The thermostat will go into away mode and I have to switch the comfort setting back. Using Geofencing it wouldn’t enter Away mode unless the last person left the house. See the problem?
See the email I sent and their response below....
ME: Hi, After I got the firmware update to enable eco+ I am no longer able to use HomeKit and Geofencing to select COMFORT Settings. It only allows me to select a heating or cooling mode and the temperature. You broke one of the main features of the system that I use daily. All I want is for HomeKit to put the ecobee into Away mode when the last person leaves home and Resume Schedule when the first person arrives home. It used to work perfectly. Now it doesn’t. Now I’m forced to use IFTTT and Life360. Too complicated for me. Make HomeKit work again. You should also consider multi user / household support for Geofencing in your own app. It’s stupid to have geofencing built in for only a single user.
Apologies for the late reply.
If you have disabled eco+ completely, then the Smart Home/Away will also be disabled. I would suggest using a very minimal percentage of eco+ and that way Smart home/Away will be enabled.
Dec 4, 8:26 AM EST
More correspondence with Ecobee support on this issue...
ecobee Support (ecobee Support)
Dec 11, 12:54 PM EST
With regards to geofencing, yes we are experiencing some issues and our team is looking into it. I understand that at the moment, the schedule is rigid and I am not entirely sure if eco+ is causing this.
But I will have to reach out and get a confirmation on this.
Dec 11, 5:06 AM EST
I’m not talking about SMART HOME / AWAY, I’m talking about the GEOFENCING features of Apple HomeKit. There is a huge difference. I see that Smart Home / Away is still there but I want the system to recognize via Geofencing when the last person leaves the house and then set the comfort profile to AWAY. It’s a smarter way of doing this because your scheduling system is rigid but GEOFENCING is dynamic based on the location of the users phones. What if I’m home from work on a sick day? Your rigid schedule tries to set the system to Smart Away if I’m in bed sleeping with no movement in the house. Geofencing wouldn’t allow that because my phone hasn’t left the house so it knows I’m home and wouldn’t set the comfort profile to Away. See the difference? Please fix this issue. Why can’t your new eco+ setup work in tandem with Geofencing? Think about this. You are designing a “Smart Thermostat” so make it smart enough to know when someone is home based on Geofencing. It could be an option to turn off if someone doesn’t want to use it but don’t kill the feature for the rest of us.
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ecobee Support (ecobee Support)
Dec 10, 2:00 PM EST
ecobee quietly updated their iOS app and fixed the SMART HOME / AWAY Geofencing features. It now recognizes when the last person leaves my home and automatically sets the ecobee to Away and when the first person arrives home it Resume's schedule. I no longer have to use Life360 and IFTTT to achieve the same result. I'm happy once again with how this thermostat operates. Now they just need to build a much prettier thermostat. The nest is by far the prettiest and more intuitive thermostat.
Honestly I've not noticed a lot of obvious difference yet between my ecobee 4 & the new one. The old sensors work fine with it & are very easy IMO to migrate over. The new sensor is much different to install & stumped us for a bit because it doesn't install at all like old sensors. You use the app to install new ones & the thermostat is used for sync of old ones.
I did have one room that frequently temporarily lost connection due to distance I assume. Only been a short time but no loss of connectivity yet with new smart sensor.
The thermostat is fairly easy to install & ecobee has great tech support so far. This thermostat can setup more automatic like the nest but also has a lot of manual configuration if you want it. I chose manual due to my system being duel fuel but since we have natural gas we prefer to bypass heat pump usage. This is simple with Nest but more complicated with Ecobee. I had to contact support for help on bypassing the heat pump. They were great!
The stats data is awesome & much more detailed than Nest stats. Ecobee has detailed run times for stages, fan, heat, cool, aux, etc. Also has humidity, sensor, weather impact etc. I've not gotten past a full calendar month so I don't have the advanced stats yet.
The thermostat isn't ugly IMO as some say. It is much easier to access functions than the Nest IMO though. It has a full color touch screen that is very responsive. All functions are accessible on the thermostat while everything but installation settings are available on web portal & iOS app. Sorry I haven't tried Android yet.
Background for why I chose Ecobee Smart Thermostat w voice
I've been a Nest user since beginning but due to no new innovations & Google threatening the eco system as well as I had to have entire HVAC duct system changed out & redesigned. I decided to give the Ecobee-4 a try about 3 weeks ago because new system design had one thermostat for over 3000 sq’. I felt like the remote sensors would be a good virtual zone system to balance rooms if needed.
I had ecobee-4 & 10 sensors, I was quite impressed with how well it worked until I received notice of new Ecobee Smart Thermostat with voice control.
The Nest just didn't have the ability to create a virtual zoned system with its attempt at sensors. Also I prefer my Amazon eco system over Google's ecosystem because amazing works better with my home automation.
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I'm enjoying the feature where the thermostat will learn by itself when your home or not and overwrite your pre set times, so if we have a sleep in or go out and forget to turn it off, the ecobee will turn itself to the sleep or away mode. Not sure yet if this function will save us any money on the gas bill but it's quite interesting.
I also like how it looks, no idea why so many people find it ugly!