Thanks for posting – I picked up the last one in my local store for $28.00 on clearance on Sunday. I haven’t had time to play with it yet, but it looks similar in function to the other thermostats I have in the house (and works on 4-AA batteries and doesn’t use a C-wire). One room doesn’t have a large space as the t-stat is near the door frame, so I might put this one there as it’s smaller than the 2GiG ones…
They also had the Iris Motion Detectors (battery operated) for $12.49 on clearance – plenty of stock on those. I haven’t tried the motions with SmartThings yet, but presume they will work.
Heads up. Something I noticed for the first time on the Sears website, is that items I’ve “saved for later” in my cart and then go back later to look at (or add back to my cart) often default to a “marketplace seller” instead of Sears. The last thing I want playing the SYWR points game!
$1.20 additional discount per case for 24 ct Crystal Geyser water for Californians when ordering online:
I placed an online order this morning for 2 cases of Crytal Geyser and I noticed they did not tack on the $1.20 a case CRV fee. That is a fee for recycling. You pay first and if you recycle the bottles you can recoup the money. So without including the fee I will make $1.20 a case after I recycle, making a case of water just 80 cents a case.
Thanks! I knew blood sugar test, but didn’t know it’s called a1c.
There are two common ‘blood sugar’ tests, glucose level is what your level is at that moment (typically given after a 12 hour fast in AM blood work). if your glucose level is over a certain range you can be considered pre diabetic or diabetic. (don’t have the ranges to post sorry).
A1C is a test given primarily to those diagnosed with diabetes, versus the general non-diabetic population. as noted it is an average of blood sugar over a 60-90 day period.