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Honeywell Rth110b Horizontal Digital Manualthermostat
Comfort Digital, Manual Heat/Cool Thermostat, Easy Access Battery Compartment, For Use With Central Gas, Oil & Electric Furnaces, 750 Milli Volt Heating, Central Air Conditioning & Single Stage Heat Pumps, Large, Easy To Read Display, Slim, Compact Design, Precise Temperature Control +/-1°ree. Fahrenheit.
Features large, easy to read display
Precise temperature control of plus or minus 1-degree Fahrenheit with auto change from heat to cool
Deluxe non-programmable slim, compact design
For use with central gas, oil, and electric furnaces
Digital heating and cooling management
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8 of 10 found the following review helpful:
solid basic thermostat by honeywell, but for a few bucks more available programable versionFeb 02, 2007
By Wiseguy 945
This is a great basic model thermostat by honeywell. It has a nice clear easy to read display and simple controlls and adjustments. great to replace those old dial or slide thermostats. Great for the workshop. But, in my home, i have the programable version of this thermostat, looks identical to this, and simple to use, and it only cost around $10 more on average than this model.
3 of 3 found the following review helpful:
DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT!Feb 12, 2013
This is junk. The batteries don't quite fit right, so I continually have to jiggle the batteries to get it to go on...this was after replacing the batteries with new ones several times until I realized it had nothing to do with the batteries, but the poor make of the unit. THEN...tonight was the final straw. Sometimes, it will take a long time to turn on, or will turn off before it gets to the desired heat. Tonight I came home, and although I had the heat set to 70, it never stopped running. When I came home it was 94 degrees in my house! Thank God my dogs had plenty of water because my house was an oven. I have to wonder if I had stayed out later, just how high the temperature would have gotten in my home. I am replacing this with a better one tomorrow, the savings just isn't worth it and now I can't imagine what my electrical bill will be like!
2 of 2 found the following review helpful:
Good thermostat, but watch out for cover piece ...Nov 11, 2011
By Stephen J. Jaros
Have had this thermostat for 6 months now and it works fine in regulating the temperature, both A/C and heat.
BUT, to access the controls that allow you to switch from A/C to Heat, you have to remove the plastic face-plate and this is NOT easy to do. It tends to stick, and one could easily pull the whole unit out of the wall. So i recommend removing this cover plate permanently, just leave it off, and you will be fine.
2 of 2 found the following review helpful:
It works, but its cheap in some features. NOT. Revised!Apr 21, 2010
By G. Laird
Everything below the lb sign was my initial review. The unit failed 3 days after installation. I returned it for a refund. Cool no longer functioned, as indicated by previous reviewers. Junk.
Perhaps some specifics instead of "its real good".
I recently installed and tested both heat and A/C for several cycles, without fail. It took longer than 15 min. to install, but not a lot longer. Any mechanically inclined home owner, use to doing home repairs can do this. It does hold the temperature for heat and cool to 1 degree as advertised. For me this is its greatest feature.
The 3rd piece, very top cover, must be removed/lifted to operate the switches. I trimmed the tabs off the lower edge to allow this cover to lift without effort. Else, repeated use would tear the unit from a sheet rock wall anchor, even a plastic insert anchor.
Perhaps, as other users reported long term use will produce variations in temperature control. I find this hard to believe as an ex-engineer, because solid state electronics do not behave this way. They either malfunction right away or they work for the life of the unit.
Now the serious down side that you can live with. The thermometer, on which the unit senses temperature, is fixed at assembly and can not be calibrated. Ours is off by 2 degrees from 3 other thermometers. But the work around is to simply adjust the temperature set points up by 2 degrees, to match real house temperatures. This is annoying, but I bet other inexpensive models have similar or worse flaws. I know that the Lux unit I purchased last year failed its installation tests after 1 cycle.
1 of 1 found the following review helpful:
Broke QuicklyDec 03, 2011
By The Haworth's
Installed and lasted 2 winters before fan switch failed.
Worked fine until it failed. Cheaply made. Go for something sturdier.
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