Released January, 2006
The Pros:Display is easy to see/read. Fast and easy setup/installation. Programmable periods help save energy for the forgetful.
The Cons:Fairly harsh battery life for a thermostat. Sports a snap on/off cover rather than a hinged design. Included installation instructions are often flat out wrong.
The Honeywell RTH2300B is a low-cost digital thermostat that homeowners can install themselves. This is similar to the RTH230B, but features a clear backlit display and a series of clearly labelled buttons, allowing easier operation.
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The thermostat can be programmed with separate temperature settings for weekdays and weekends, and the days can be divided into 4 periods to save energy when it isn't needed. Temperature controls are accurate to 1 degree Fahrenheit, enabling users to save up to 33% on their annual heating and cooling costs. This thermostat works with heating and cooling systems plus heat pumps, but is not compatible with back-up heat, multi-stage heating/cooling systems, or electric baseboard heat.
- DIY install
- Backlit display
- Separate Programming for the Weekdays and Weekend
- Up to 4 program periods per day
- Easy to Use
- Precise temperature control
- Works with heating and cooling systems plus heat pumps without back-up heat
- 1-Year Warranty
User Reviews (7)
Display is easy to see/read.
Fast and easy setup/installation.
Programmable periods help save energy for the forgetful.
Fairly harsh battery life for a thermostat.
Sports a snap on/off cover rather than a hinged design.
Included installation instructions are often flat out wrong.
Interface is a little counter-intuitive.
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