Honeywell Prestige HD
Released May, 2009
The Pros:Touch sensitive screen is responsive, don't have to press hard or press twice. Nice extra functionality with the remote control, nice to have a second thermostat. Plenty of advanced options for experienced installers to take advantage of.
The Cons:Needs a 24v power supply, not always pre-wired behind the existing thermostat. Relays are pretty loud, can't be adjusted quieter.
The Honeywell Prestige HD is one of two 7-day programmable thermostats (Prestige HD, Prestige HD Comfort) released in 2009. As the base unit of the pair, the Prestige HD hosts a high-definition, full color touchscreen display coupled with an interview-based programming system.
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By speaking to the unit, users can adjust temperature, as well as Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) units. Plus if coupled with an optional Wireless Outdoor Sensor, users can also track the outdoor temperature and humidity, thereby helping them better plan their upcoming day.
- 7-Day Programmable Thermostat
- Modern White Case
- HD Color Touchscreen Display
- Interview-Based Programming
- All-in-One Control
- 33% Energy Savings
- Tri-Lingual Settings
- 5-Year Limited Warranty
User Reviews (1)
touch sensitive screen is responsive, don't have to press hard or press twice
nice extra functionality with the remote control, nice to have a second thermostat
plenty of advanced options for experienced installers to take advantage of
wireless temperature sensor for outside is accurate
saves money through custom setting of the heat pump level
colorful display is easy to read at a glance
design makes installation reasonably easy to do, wires are well-labelled and obvious
needs a 24v power supply, not always pre-wired behind the existing thermostat
relays are pretty loud, can't be adjusted quieter
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