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Logitech Harmony 700 Advanced Universal Remote only £38.99 delivered @ Ebuyer [Ebay Outlet]

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Cheapest price that I have seen.

BRAND NEW WITH A 12 MONTH EBUYER EXPRESS WARRANTY







Overview
Product Description
The fun never ends with this rechargeable universal remote, the Logitech Harmony 700.

Colour cues
The color screen gives you the controls you want when you want them with clear, bright icons and commands.

Easy-to-read color screen
You get clear, bright icons and commands. The intelligent display shows the commands you need for what you’re doing, gives you access to all the functions of your devices, and even provides help.

Rechargeable
Your rechargeable remote can go a week between charges. You won’t be looking for batteries when you want to be watching TV.

Replaces six remotes
You can control your home-entertainment devices with one remote—reducing clutter and complexity in your living room.

Favorites button
A Favorites button lets you jump to the stations you watch the most.

One-touch activity controls
Say good-bye to cheat sheets. Everyone in the family can select what they want to do—such as “Watch TV”—and your Harmony remote does the rest. Learn more about one-touch activity-based controls.


Works with 225,000+ devices
Support for 5000+ brands and 225,000+ devices, so you know it will work with what you have today and what you’ll add tomorrow. See how your home-entertainment setup would work with Harmony. Check your setup now.

Intuitive design
Buttons are grouped by how you use them, shaped so you can feel your way around, and backlit—so you always know where you are.

Guided online setup
You connect your Harmony remote to your computer and you’re guided through every step. If you hit a snag, customer support is ready to help.

System Requirements

Windows-based computer
Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7.
USB port
CD-ROM drive
Internet access

Mac computer
Mac OSX 10.3–10.5
USB port
CD-ROM drive
Internet access

Package Contents

Logitech Harmony 700 remote control
USB cable
AC adapter
NiMh rechargeable battery
Quick-start guide

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    marshalex
    Great price! Hot
    seashaker
    very nice remote, great price.
    gogosteve
    good find hot from me
    Ben3110
    oO...
    Berbatov
    hot baby
    bigup
    ordered last night :)
    BradShort
    Great price but must resist . . I soooo don't need one and besides, trying to find the specific remote control is the only exercise I get!
    Late
    Been umming and ahhing over this remote for a few days (since it was posted for £39.68 at ebuyer.com).

    Am on my second Harmony 515, but it's reaching the end of it's life. Love it, but that model seems to be discontinued now.
    This looks like my best bet for a replacement, but I'm not liking the look of the activity buttons. "Listen to Music"? I want my own labels (none of which will include music). Yes you can reprogram the macro, but unless you crack out the tippex the label will be wrong.
    I'm just being picky, aren't I...


    Heat added, anyways. Great price.
    MrSteveHam
    Have had one of these for about a year. Great remote, only needs recharging around every 3 weeks with several hours use each evening. As long as you only need a max of 6 devices it's a good buy. Heat from me :)
    simonhaffenden
    I got this as a free replacement from logitech when my old one died. it is very good and so easy to use.
    SonicMan
    Is this a good remote, currently I have a load of remotes like TV/Sky/DVD/hifi etc..

    Would this be a good all in one replacement?
    maxcovergold
    Late
    Been umming and ahhing over this remote for a few days (since it was posted for £39.68 at ebuyer.com).

    Am on my second Harmony 515, but it's reaching the end of it's life. Love it, but that model seems to be discontinued now.
    This looks like my best bet for a replacement, but I'm not liking the look of the activity buttons. "Listen to Music"? I want my own labels (none of which will include music). Yes you can reprogram the macro, but unless you crack out the tippex the label will be wrong.
    I'm just being picky, aren't I...


    Heat added, anyways. Great price.


    In exactly the same boat, love my 515, but it's getting a bit old, especially the hard buttons like volume. Plus the Mrs. not keen on the clicking (quite loud) of the hard plastic buttons. The 700 does look all soft buttons but not sure about those activity buttons at the top. Plus another great thing about the LCD on the 515 becuse of the simplicity it lasts ages on a set of baterries, hate having to change batteries constantly which I'm guessing the 700 will be inferior to the 515 in that regards.

    Also heard that some of the newer models are more stingy with the number of activies/devices you can have, that true?
    MrSteveHam
    SonicMan
    Is this a good remote, currently I have a load of remotes like TV/Sky/DVD/hifi etc..

    Would this be a good all in one replacement?


    Yes it would, as long as you have a max 6 devices. I have TV, Freesat, Blu Ray Player, Amp and Xbox on mine. Never use any other remotes.
    MrSteveHam
    maxcovergold
    Late
    Been umming and ahhing over this remote for a few days (since it was posted for £39.68 at ebuyer.com).

    Am on my second Harmony 515, but it's reaching the end of it's life. Love it, but that model seems to be discontinued now.
    This looks like my best bet for a replacement, but I'm not liking the look of the activity buttons. "Listen to Music"? I want my own labels (none of which will include music). Yes you can reprogram the macro, but unless you crack out the tippex the label will be wrong.
    I'm just being picky, aren't I...


    Heat added, anyways. Great price.


    In exactly the same boat, love my 515, but it's getting a bit old, especially the hard buttons like volume. Plus the Mrs. not keen on the clicking (quite loud) of the hard plastic buttons. The 700 does look all soft buttons but not sure about those activity buttons at the top. Plus another great thing about the LCD on the 515 becuse of the simplicity it lasts ages on a set of baterries, hate having to change batteries constantly which I'm guessing the 700 will be inferior to the 515 in that regards.

    Also heard that some of the newer models are more stingy with the number of activies/devices you can have, that true?


    It does have max 6 devices. The buttons are softer than the 515, which I had before, rubberised feel and silent in use.

    Also it has rechargeable battery build in. So no more replacing them :)
    SonicMan
    MrSteveHam
    SonicMan
    Is this a good remote, currently I have a load of remotes like TV/Sky/DVD/hifi etc..

    Would this be a good all in one replacement?


    Yes it would, as long as you have a max 6 devices. I have TV, Freesat, Blu Ray Player, Amp and Xbox on mine. Never use any other remotes.


    Thanks, going to order now
    ryanoctober
    These remotes are crap compared to Sky etc. (the remote you use most of the time!)
    Late
    ryanoctober
    These remotes are crap compared to Sky etc. (the remote you use most of the time!)

    Your Sky remote has programmable macro functions allowing you to switch to a number of other devices and control them all even better than their supplied remotes?
    Mine doesn't...

    I can see why you opened this thread and made your post. You truly have a Sky remote to make other folk jealous.
    redbutcher
    Great remote - replaced my knackered harmony (the one with the really annoying base station that wouldn't charge the remote) after the USB port fell out of it and rendered it useless.

    This is so much better - yes, the screen is smaller, but it's clearer IMO. The hard key for watch TV is handy - I used the Watch Movie one for the blu-ray and then set up the other entries I wanted on the screen - you only see two at a time, but its enough.

    Much easier to charge (now the adapter just plugs straight into the USB port) and programmable over the Internet whereas my old remote had to use on the Logitech software installed on a PC. Had mine a week now and not needed a charge so far - very happy with it.
    DanGlebals
    Does anyone know if you can control Bluetooth via this or any other Harmony remote? Cheers.
    Dougal1709
    MrSteveHam
    Have had one of these for about a year. Great remote, only needs recharging around every 3 weeks with several hours use each evening. As long as you only need a max of 6 devices it's a good buy. Heat from me :)


    Wow, how do you use a remote control for 7 hours in an evening? You must be the most indecisive TV viewer on the planet (_;)

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