Mysa Smart Thermostat

Last updated: November 9, 2023

Mysa Smart Thermostat

We looked at the top Smart Thermostats and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Smart Thermostat you should buy.

Product Details

In our analysis of 124 expert reviews, the Mysa Smart Thermostat placed 4th when we looked at the top 9 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Smart thermostat high voltage electric heaters, baseboards, 120 – 240 V Adjust temperature remotely from anywhere Schedule your thermostat in two minutes Energy charting smart thermostat Geofencing smart thermostat Control from anywhere. Control Mysa from anywhere using our iOS or Android application on your phone or tablet. Set schedules easily. Set and manage your thermostat’s schedule from within the app and ensure you’re warm when home and saving energy when away. Monitor energy use. See how much energy is being used in detail so you can identify opportunities to save more. Enable geofencing for maximum comfort. Use your phone’s geolocation and never heat an empty home. Smart thermostat line voltage electric heat High voltage smart thermostat Smart thermostat 120 240 V Baseboard heaters smart thermostat 3800 W Smart thermostat electric heat High voltage electric heat. Mysa is compatible with electric baseboard heaters, electric fan-forced heaters, self-contained hydronic baseboard heaters and in-ceiling radiant heaters. Mysa requires 4 or more wires. Make sure to check your gang box and ensure there is a neutral (120V) or second live (240V) wire available. Maximum 3,800 watts. Mysa is rated for controlling electric heating systems up to 3,800 watts. This info can usually be found on the heater itself. Not compatible with low voltage systems. Mysa is not compatible with any 12 – 24 V systems such as oil furnaces, natural gas furnaces or boilers. Amazon Alexa, Google Home, Apple HomeKit, Samsung SmartThings, IFTTT

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Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

The most striking aspect of Mysa’s product (especially in comparison to the Sinopé) is its clean white design, with a minimalist dot-matrix display and capacitive touch-sensitive buttons. It’s an aesthetically pleasing device that gives off a high-tech vibe without being overly distracting.
Mysa’s smart thermostat has a simple minimal design that is easy to use.
Energy usage reports allow me to keep track of energy usage. With the tracking, it becomes easy for me to have full control ion the units. Easy scheduling and vacation mode feature makes it stand out.
The thermostat is also adjustable without launching an app by pressing the up or down arrow on the faceplate. Using the faceplate buttons requires significantly more force than other touch displays.
It looks great, it’s easy to use, and it does what it claims. While it may not be the most advanced smart thermostat out there, it has enough features to make it convenient and versatile. The app works well, you get reports about energy usage and you can set up multiple zones.
The Mysa thermostat has one technical design point that changes it, and it’s a clean design that has a minimalist dot-matrix display that gives capacitive touch-sensitive buttons, and it’s super aesthetically pleasing that gives that high-tech vibe without being super distracting.

What reviewers didn't like

Minimalist design limits the amount of information the device itself can display
For electric heating only
Does not work with furnaces
Expensive, at $125 this is over twice the cost of a standard programmable thermostat. This can add up quickly if you want to have thermostats in multiple rooms.
One of the biggest downsides is the price, which is expensive for a basic device and adds up if you purchase more than one thermostat. Other than that, this is a reliable product that keeps impressing us.
However, it’s more expensive
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