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Logitech Harmony 1000 Remote Control at £144.99 with voucher from Amazon UK

£144.99 @ Amazon
Use the attached voucher code (HARMONY3) to save £45 on Amazon UK's price until next Sunday 1st March = £144.99 with free SuperSaver Delivery. I have checked the code works. (See my other posting… Read More
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8y, 4m agoFound 8 years, 4 months ago
Use the attached voucher code (HARMONY3) to save £45 on Amazon UK's price until next Sunday 1st March = £144.99 with free SuperSaver Delivery.

I have checked the code works.
(See my other posting for a Harmony One at £69.99 after HARMONY2 code)

Don't forget opportunity for some minor rebate via sites such as Nectar eStores rather than direct link here.
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#1
Mmmm so want one of these, bought one of the cheaper Logitech handsets and its great - although the missus doesn't love it as much as me - she likes to have 96 remotes to struggle through instead of 1 because its so much easier................... ~takes deep breathe~

Might show this to the missus and explain it has pretty pictures on it and it doubles as a handbag - reckon she will have one ordered by nightfall !

In all seriousness its a fair wedge for a remote control, but it does look the part..
1 Like #2
I would definately go for the Harmony One over this.

These look good, but i find them to be a pain in the ass to use. With the other standard Harmony remotes, they are intuitive to use i.e. you dont have to look at the remote to use it, where as with this, you have to look at the screen every time you want to do a function.

Not so bad as a dedicated cinema room remote, but not so good as an everyday remote IMO

Good deal though :thumbsup:
#3
£145 for a remote control? Blimey! Next thing you'll be telling us you can get a haircut for just £250! ;-)
#4
Spod
£145 for a remote control? Blimey! Next thing you'll be telling us you can get a haircut for just £250! ;-)


There is some dude offa the TV that does decorating and stuff - charges 100k to decorate a room...

Google haircut prices - they go upto thousands hahahah
#5
Its a bit over the top for a remote isnt it? I like the handset you get with the logitech duet but this is just a bit too chunky for my liking.

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/31IqAZNGq2L._SL500_AA280_.jpg
#6
JayBird
I would definately go for the Harmony One over this.

These look good, but i find them to be a pain in the ass to use. With the other standard Harmony remotes, they are intuitive to use i.e. you dont have to look at the remote to use it, where as with this, you have to look at the screen every time you want to do a function.

Not so bad as a dedicated cinema room remote, but not so good as an everyday remote IMO

Good deal though :thumbsup:


seconded, the one is the perfect mix of touch screen and hard buttons :thumbsup:
#7
bearman3784;4465503
seconded, the one is the perfect mix of touch screen and hard buttons :thumbsup:

I would agree except for one important feature - The Harmony 1000 uses Radio Frequency (RF) as well as Infra-Red. If you have any RF devices, you would need the 1000.
#8
Does a £144 remote get lost less than any other remote lol?
My problem is not so much using the 3 that I have - its more that I cant find them! :p
Im not taking anything away from these, if i was loaded I could probably justify the price (JUST), but a built in 'whistling keychain' finder thingyamyjig :whistling: would be of most use in our house so we could locate it!
#9
Lowtrawler
I would agree except for one important feature - The Harmony 1000 uses Radio Frequency (RF) as well as Infra-Red. If you have any RF devices, you would need the 1000.


...or the 895 :thumbsup:
#10
I like me Sony RM-AV3000 and it only cost me £15 s/h on ebay :)
#11
Evz1974;4464464
Mmmm so want one of these, bought one of the cheaper Logitech handsets and its great - although the missus doesn't love it as much as me - she likes to have 96 remotes to struggle through instead of 1 because its so much easier................... ~takes deep breathe~

Might show this to the missus and explain it has pretty pictures on it and it doubles as a handbag - reckon she will have one ordered by nightfall !

In all seriousness its a fair wedge for a remote control, but it does look the part..


sounds like my wife.....she threw the logitech one across the room and it hit a wall because it was too difficult to press 'watch tv'....luckily no physical damage so just got a replacement....must be a female v technology problem
#12
bearman3784;4465503
seconded, the one is the perfect mix of touch screen and hard buttons :thumbsup:


i also like the way the one lights up when you move it...handy when watch a movie
#13
ollyk
I like me Sony RM-AV3000 and it only cost me £15 s/h on ebay :)


Get an RM-AX4000 if you can.

Very similar but a lot better
#14
and you need one of these because??
#15
I like my electrical gadgets and have spent way too much on them but £145 for a remote ! :thinking:
Think i'll not vote on this even if its cheap compared to rrp etc: as its still just a remote however fancy it is :whistling:
#16
Voted hot as it’s a good price, but I wouldn’t get too excited about the RF features. I bought one when they first came out hoping to operate my RF devices (Climate Control, Light Switches, Sockets, Reclining Sofa’s and Hot Tub controls) along with the usual IR devices. It could handle all IR devices I threw at it, but none of the RF ones.
Apparently these only work if the RF devices are Z-Band, which means you still have to have separate remotes for all the other RF devices. In my opinion it was worthless for my needs so sent it back.
#17
Great price!

I bought mine for £230 a year ago! I believe the 1000 has had a price drop as the newer 1100 is released. Great remote and controls everything in my apartment!
#18
Chris-TT
Voted hot as it’s a good price, but I wouldn’t get too excited about the RF features. I bought one when they first came out hoping to operate my RF devices (Climate Control, Light Switches, Sockets, Reclining Sofa’s and Hot Tub controls) along with the usual IR devices. It could handle all IR devices I threw at it, but none of the RF ones.
Apparently these only work if the RF devices are Z-Band, which means you still have to have separate remotes for all the other RF devices. In my opinion it was worthless for my needs so sent it back.


Yep this is a real bargain. I remember buying the 895 for about £250 many years ago. It all depends on need rather than want. If you have 10 remote controls then something like this is vital.
Yes, i too found that only z-wave stuff was supported. If you're using X-10 you can get an IR to RF converter which will enable you to use IR signals to control your modules. Just stick the converver next to one of the IR sticky things which comes out of the RF unit and you can control it from anywhere without needing line of sight.
#19
Got this from Amazon when there was a code that reduced it to £120.
#20
Isn't this the same remote that you used to see Ozzy swearing at all the time in the Osbournes?

:pirate:CJ:pirate:
#21
cutthroat_jake
Isn't this the same remote that you used to see Ozzy swearing at all the time in the Osbournes?

:pirate:CJ:pirate:


Ozzy swearing at something is not usually cause for concern.
#22
In these harsh times you need something that stops you using 3 remotes into 1 easy accessible one. Shows how stupid people can be and how theyll buy anything. How it can be justified is beyond me.
#23
Actually ive voted hot as I will buy and sell to some other unsuspecting idiot for a profit. thanks mate.
#24
I can imagine it would be good for the disabled but for able bodied....?
#25
JayBird;4464593
I would definately go for the Harmony One over this.

These look good, but i find them to be a pain in the ass to use. With the other standard Harmony remotes, they are intuitive to use i.e. you dont have to look at the remote to use it, where as with this, you have to look at the screen every time you want to do a function.

Not so bad as a dedicated cinema room remote, but not so good as an everyday remote IMO

Good deal though :thumbsup:


Yep. I bought one when they first came out, for >£200. Sits in its cradle next to the tv and is rarely (never) picked up.
#26
jinkssick
In these harsh times you need something that stops you using 3 remotes into 1 easy accessible one. Shows how stupid people can be and how theyll buy anything. How it can be justified is beyond me.


maybe you should just stick to looking at the 10p can of beans and 99p dvd deal deals then?
#27
Good price for the harmony 1000, however save over £50 and buy the harmony one. You will miss dedicated buttons (changing without looking down etc), and it has the best of both worlds. I sold the 1000 to buy the 985 but then upgraded to the harmony one.
#28
royals
sounds like my wife.....she threw the logitech one across the room and it hit a wall because it was too difficult to press 'watch tv'....luckily no physical damage so just got a replacement....must be a female v technology problem


You must be living every day walking on egg shells if your wife is like that!
#29
markwigg
and you need one of these because??


if YOU don't know the answer to that, then YOU don't need one :thumbsup:
1 Like #30
JayBird;4472013
if YOU don't know the answer to that, then YOU don't need one :thumbsup:


+1

I've got a harmony and because I like my AV stuff to watch TV the TV needs turning on and setting to the correct input, my amp needs turning on and again setting to the correct input, the sky box needs flicking on also. Then to change channel I used to have to use one remote (the sky one) and the amp's remote to control the volume. Not very practical really. The harmony does away with all those remotes. I have one remote to control everything, Blu-Ray player, Hd-dvd, multi region dvd player, amp, sky box and although it won't turn on my wii or ps3 it sets everything to the correct input to function them, so I've simply got to pick up the controller to turn either on (which isn't a problem as you have to pick them up to use the consoles.

Superb remotes the harmonys, really rate mine. :thumbsup:
#31
I miss buying ridiculous things :oops:
#32
MBeeching
I miss buying ridiculous things :oops:


You may be able to join the big boys one day :thumbsup::-D:p
#33
jinkssick
In these harsh times you need something that stops you using 3 remotes into 1 easy accessible one. Shows how stupid people can be and how theyll buy anything. How it can be justified is beyond me.


All you really need is food and shelter. How can anything be justified?
A lot of us have far more than 3 remotes, when you add that to other home modules you'll be looking at 2 or 3 mins to set things up manually. Perhaps the idiot is the one who spends half his life changing channels, inputs, and devices when remotes like these are readily available? If you don't need one then fair enough but if/when you get more AV/automation devices something like this will be needed.

Scorpion
+1

I've got a harmony and because I like my AV stuff to watch TV the TV needs turning on and setting to the correct input, my amp needs turning on and again setting to the correct input, the sky box needs flicking on also. Then to change channel I used to have to use one remote (the sky one) and the amp's remote to control the volume. Not very practical really. The harmony does away with all those remotes. I have one remote to control everything, Blu-Ray player, Hd-dvd, multi region dvd player, amp, sky box and although it won't turn on my wii or ps3 it sets everything to the correct input to function them, so I've simply got to pick up the controller to turn either on (which isn't a problem as you have to pick them up to use the consoles.

Superb remotes the harmonys, really rate mine. :thumbsup:


I think this sums it up!
#34
Yes, make sure you read all of those amazon reviews!
#35
way too much for a remote thats crazy i like to be able to change channels and not need to look at it.
#36
I personally find the harmony remotes excellent, however saying that the £35 harmony 555 does 90% of what this does for much less, unless you want a fancy touch screen or RF controls the lower harmony series do a fantastic job for much less of the cost.

I use it to control my pioneer 9G plasma along with various consoles, sky HD , projector onkyo 906 and my media player and it all works great.
#37
n00b
All you really need is food and shelter. How can anything be justified?
A lot of us have far more than 3 remotes, when you add that to other home modules you'll be looking at 2 or 3 mins to set things up manually. Perhaps the idiot is the one who spends half his life changing channels, inputs, and devices when remotes like these are readily available? If you don't need one then fair enough but if/when you get more AV/automation devices something like this will be needed.



I think this sums it up!


It amazes me that these people leave the house....
#38
Some people drive automatic cars becasue they dont want to change gears every few seconds to get from A to B. They cost a lot more than manuals but I doubt if we've seen a thread on here knocking people who see a bargain on an automatic car deal.

You pays your money and takes your choice... cars or remote controls. :thumbsup:

Personally I've gone for the Harmony One @ £69 here: (even more knocking posts on there!!)

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/345415/logitech-harmony-one-remote-control

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