The SmartThings + Honeywell Family is Growing!

Get ultimate comfort, day or night.

We’ve long been fans of Honeywell’s Lyric™ Thermostat. It’s smart, good-looking, it works great with SmartThings, and it helps make everyone comfortable at family gatherings. “So, does it have any siblings?” we imagine you’re asking right now. Well, yeah, it does, and we’re excited to introduce them to you so that you can bring them home to mom for Mother’s Day.

First up is the Total Connect Comfort Wi-Fi Smart Thermostat. Like its big brother, Lyric, it’s connected, which means you can use the SmartThings app to control it from anywhere. It also has smart response temperature timing, so it learns how to optimize your heating and cooling settings to deliver the right temperature at the right time. Plus, it’s got a customizable color touchscreen which you can adjust to make sure it always looks fabulous.

The other new addition is the Total Connect Comfort Wi-Fi 7-Day Programmable Thermostat. With a seven-day programmable system that can run up to four programs each day, you can definitely set it and forget it. It can even auto change from heating to cooling.

In honor of this big news, and to help you add a little smartness to your home, we’re taking 20% off the SmartThings Hub now through May 22nd when you enter the promo code HONEYWELL at checkout. Plus, Honeywell is offering $30 off of the Wi-Fi Smart Thermostat and $50 off of the Wi-Fi 7-Day Programmable Thermostat. Get ready, get smart, and get comfortable with SmartThings and Honeywell.

Available in the US only.

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  • A1cntrler

    I have the Honeywell 7 day programmable model and have added it to my ST hub successfully. However I’m not sure what I’m supposed to do with it. I can’t find it anywhere in my devices nor access it to do anything. I can still access it over the internet to view it and operate it, but nothing within ST to view. Am I doing it wrong? Should I be able to do anything with the thermostat (control it/view it?)

    • KiwiBri

      see my post above.

      • A1cntrler

        It was a reading comprehension failure on my part. When I figured out was done being set up it back out instead of pressing the “done” button one last time. It does work thexperience same as the Honeywell app (cloud to cloud). No issues for me once I got it installed into my ST account.

        • KiwiBri

          yeah, I nearly pressed “done” as well, but I’ve been “bitten” by that before on installing other devices :)

  • Steve

    How do you use the Thermostat discounts? The 7-Day Programmable thermostat isn’t even available except through other sellers, and there isn’t any mention of a coupon code for them, just the hub. Regardless, the WiFi Smart Thermostat can be found significantly cheaper than listed at its link, even with the discount.

  • KiwiBri

    So I have a Daikin Total Comfort Thermostat. It connects to the Honeywell Total Connect System as well . I believe the Themostat is just a rebranded Honeywell one. Anyway, I just tried adding it via the Honeywell option and it worked because it just uses your login credentials to the Honeywell Total Connect system, and not directly to the Thermostat itself. This is good, because it just the same if I was using the Honeywell App on my mobile phone or web browser. I can now also see the themostat and its options on my “Things” list. Thanks Smartthings for this. Ive been waiting for a solution like this.

  • Dooby

    What a load of bullshit. They crank up the price and then offer a fake discount. You can buy the Honeywell Wi-fi smart thermostat for $179 and then get 15% off on top of that, on Jet. That’s $50 cheaper than the fake discount offered here.

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