I’m satisfied with the purchase I’ve made thus far.
I’ve already saved money with the device. I haven’t shared my story here, but I will now…
I easily identified a clogged exhaust line for my dryer based on the very short heating cycles shown. After inspecting my dryer exhaust, I found a backup. So as far as I’m concerned, it saved me electricity usage and a service call to a dryer vent cleaning service.
I knew at the time of my purchase there would be bumps ahead, it’s something that occurs with every new product. That being said; I’ve had more problems with well established products far beyond what I’ve recently had with Sense.
There are many improvements that can be made, but that will come in time. Apple didn’t become successful in two years. I’m more excited for the fact that Sense uses our input and changes or adds things based on our opinions and reviews.
I can’t help but wonder if there’s a way to make older adopters capable of labeling? While I wouldn’t trust the majority of people labeling items, maybe there’s a way to trust a small percentage to speed up Detection? I read the blog and understand why the learning process is important. But I can’t help but think if something is labeled, shouldn’t it learn at a faster rate considering certain perimeters are absolute? Not to mention, labeled or not labeled, it’s still learning regardless.
I own and operate a Mechanical Company and I would love to sell these as a techy appliance, But I’m waiting for better learning & accuracy.
On a side note, I’m really impressed with the communication I’ve had from Ben & Customer Support. Obviously, I can’t speak for everyone, but I’m really satisfied with their reaction time.
Don’t get discouraged & Keep up the good work.