Logitech Harmony One Advanced Universal Remote Control £69.99 delivered @ Play.com + Quidco - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HotUKDeals, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HotUKDeals app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
648Expired

Logitech Harmony One Advanced Universal Remote Control £69.99 delivered @ Play.com + Quidco

£69.99 @ Play.Com
Use code PLAYHARM30 to get this price! # Full-colour touch screen provides easy, one-touch access to activities. # Replaces up to 15 remotes, reducing clutter and complexity in the living room. # … Read More
amibees Avatar
7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago
Use code PLAYHARM30 to get this price!
# Full-colour touch screen provides easy, one-touch access to activities.
# Replaces up to 15 remotes, reducing clutter and complexity in the living room.
# The rechargeable remote eliminates the worry about changing batteries.
# The ergonomic shape fits comfortably in your hand.
# Package Contents: Harmony One remote control, Charging station, Lithium-ion battery, USB cable, AC adapter, Installation CD and guide.
# Requirements: Windows-compatible PC, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, USB port, CD-ROM drive, Internet access, Macintosh, Macintosh OS X 10.3 or later, USB port, CD-ROM drive, Internet access.
# Guided online setup, live 0800 Freephone support (6 days a week)
# Controls over 225,000 models of consumer electonics devices from over 5000 brands, and the list grows larger every day
# Unique on-remote HELP butto
Deal Tags:
More From Play.Com:
×
Get the Hottest Deals Daily
Stay informed. Once a day, we'll send you the deals our members voted as the best.
Failed
amibees Avatar
7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago
Options

All Comments

(82) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
Page:
#1
Great universal remote and a decent price.

You can get cheaper URCs but this is one of the best available - decent 'hard' button layout plus the flexibility of a touch screen and all configure-able from a web interface. Handy charging base too.
#2
Agree with the above. I have had a number of all in one remotes but this is definately the best. Setup was a breeze and the touchscreen/hard button interface makes for easy viewing!
#3
The £30 voucher code does not work, so the price is £99.99... which is cold
#4
I have just used the voucher and it works fine. Make sure you dont have a space at the end.
#5
PLAYHARM30
is correct i was useing the wrong code !
#6
good price, but not a good remote in my opinion. clicky buttons, very slow/tedious to update and slow response when controlling media centre via IR.

i'd check it out in a shop before buying...
#7
Got one of these a few months back from Amazon when they were £70. Great piece of kit.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/345415/logitech-harmony-one-remote-control/showthread.php?t=345415
#8
Great controller but the Mrs still uses the damn sky remote ! ARGHHH

good price thou
#9
Losers-Server;5059155
Great controller but the Mrs still uses the damn sky remote ! ARGHHH

good price thou


Heh, I found that too. Hide them away and she'll adapt.

Hot, great piece of kit. I've already got a 785 otherwise I'd be getting it.
#10
Losers-Server
Great controller but the Mrs still uses the damn sky remote ! ARGHHH

good price thou


Probably because Sky uses the coloured buttons heavily in its interface and the Harmony One lacks tactile coloured buttons. Touchscreen nightmare for coloured buttons. I'd rather get the 885 or something like that, especially if you have Sky.

Logitech messed up on this one with the lack of coloured buttons - otherwise it would be the greatest remote ever.
#11
Istanbul_Kop
Probably because Sky uses the coloured buttons heavily in its interface and the Harmony One lacks tactile coloured buttons. Touchscreen nightmare for coloured buttons. I'd rather get the 885 or something like that, especially if you have Sky.

Logitech messed up on this one with the lack of coloured buttons - otherwise it would be the greatest remote ever.



You can programme the hard buttons to the colours of you must. I don't have an issue with the touchscreen for them. For the amount of time you actually use them.
#12
got to agree with the others on the lack of coloured buttons but if you can live with that and the fact that it needs charging up about once a week then it;s a great remote
#13
swordjo
You can programme the hard buttons to the colours of you must. I don't have an issue with the touchscreen for them. For the amount of time you actually use them.


Do you have Sky?

Sometimes it's like your not using anything but the coloured buttons.

You need them for everything - all the time.

But whatever, if you can live with them on the touch screen or reprogrammed to an incorrect tactile button then this is THE remote.
#14
Wow - never noticed the One doesn't have the four colour buttons before. I'd been keeping an eye out for this model to come down in price again, but don't think I'll bother now.
Gotta say, though - the Harmony are fantastic remotes. I was sceptical when I first saw them on here, but recently bought the 515 model. (Cheaper remote, no touch screen, etc.) Now I'm a believer!

Heat and rep added, as this is a fantastic remote, despite the above; and a great price.



Incidentally, to anyone who's got one - do the "hard buttons" on the Harmony One click when pressed?
That's one thing I don't like on my 515... Scrolling through the channels one by one with the up/down buttons, with a constant click click click with each button press...
(Have gotten around it by reprogramming the skip/ffwd buttons etc. to work as up down left right whilst on Sky, though it's not ideal - and the missus still uses the clicky ones)
#15
A good remote this. The software is kind of web based and can be a bit time consuming to use but once you've done it it works great. I only use the coloured buttons on freeview so they're set-up on the touch screen. Hardware ones would be an improvement but not a big negative not having them I don't think. The mrs certainly likes only having one remote rather than 5! I have Xbox set-up as media centre with it, stereo, tv, freeview box, dvd player and my zune too. You need a dongle or something for a PS3 I believe as it uses Bluetooth.
#16
I've got mixed opinions of this, I had one and sold it

Problems were:

Macros - fine if it started in exactly the same place each time, otherwise chaos ensued
The only way it could change to AV6 on my TV, was to send the AV button 5 times
It couldn't control my soundbar, would always send signal too many times to change between op1/op2 so was no good to change from Sky to PS3

Sky wasn't too much of an issue though to be fair
1 Like #17
Late
Incidentally, to anyone who's got one - do the "hard buttons" on the Harmony One click when pressed?
That's one thing I don't like on my 515... Scrolling through the channels one by one with the up/down buttons, with a constant click click click with each button press...
(Have gotten around it by reprogramming the skip/ffwd buttons etc. to work as up down left right whilst on Sky, though it's not ideal - and the missus still uses the clicky ones)


They have a tactile click, but no real audiable click
#18
I know you can program this remote to run a sequence of commands eg selecting dvd will turn DVD on and change TV to correct AV channel. Ive got remote for power sockets, can i use this remote to add the plugs into the sequence?
#19
ra3ac
I know you can program this remote to run a sequence of commands eg selecting dvd will turn DVD on and change TV to correct AV channel. Ive got remote for power sockets, can i use this remote to add the plugs into the sequence?


If they're IR it can learn the codes from your existing remote
1 Like #20
Yeah, I agree. The Harmonys are simply the best remote you can get. I started on the 525 and went up to the 885. Was so excited about the Harmony One but would never get it without the tactile coloured button (a kick in the face for Europe/UK for sure).

Agree about clickly buttons though.

The software and what you can do with it is fantastic. Creating activities and stuff is fun. I loved that when I upgraded from my 525 I simply connected my 885 up and it transferred all my setting from my PC. So good.

The cradle is a joy and a life saver. I never have to worry about it (having a God awful Kameleon remote in the past makes me thank God for this).

One thing that annoys me is when no marks on here bawk at the price cos they've seen a £3.99 universal remote in Lidl or something.

Harmony for the Win (just not the Harmony One).
#21
Excellent remote, picked one up from the amazon deal a few months back

The only problem was that it took forever to get the setup right for my samsung LE40M TV - had to do it mannually, everything else - xbox, Toshiba HD DVD player, SKY HD, Sony Amp set up perfectly.
#22
Tillboy
If they're IR it can learn the codes from your existing remote


Yeah, I have it to control my fan!
#23
Great price for a great piece of kit. I was sick of having 6 or 7 remotes lying about cluttering up the living room. The all in one has changed all of this, its fair to say that Harmony remotes really are the bees knees.

I went for the 885 personally due to it having the coloured sky buttons.

People come round my house and cant believe I paid £70 for a remote but their tune soon changes when they see I can turn off my TV and Sky box and turn on my Amp, Projector and 360 with just a single button press!

Do yourself a favour and purchase!
#24
will this work with PS3 and its bluray player too?
banned#25
I use

The top reward key as RED
The + button at bottom as GREEN (planner)
The E button at bottom as YELLOW (delete)
The top FastForward key as BLUE

Works great for me now I'm used to it.
#26
I have a remote control fire, can I program the remote to work with the fire?
#27
you gotta have a lot of devices to need one of these.
banned#28
jimflowers
I have a remote control fire, can I program the remote to work with the fire?

is it IR? If so... yes.
banned#29
Tillboy
I've got mixed opinions of this, I had one and sold it

Problems were:

Macros - fine if it started in exactly the same place each time, otherwise chaos ensued
The only way it could change to AV6 on my TV, was to send the AV button 5 times
It couldn't control my soundbar, would always send signal too many times to change between op1/op2 so was no good to change from Sky to PS3

Sky wasn't too much of an issue though to be fair


thats your TVs fault, not the remote. Discreet input commands FTW! (means you can press a "av4" button for example, to switch to input 4, rather than input scrolling commands.
#30
ramkmr
will this work with PS3 and its bluray player too?


If you add a USB IR adaptor from a cheapo PS3 IR remote ....yes.
#31
vibeone
I use

The top reward key as RED
The + button at bottom as GREEN (planner)
The E button at bottom as YELLOW (delete)
The top FastForward key as BLUE

Works great for me now I'm used to it.


I have a sequence for planner, HD channels, settings, favourites etc. This means that I rarely actually need the coloured buttons as they are programmed into the sequences.

The only ones needed are the yellow button for deleting from the planner and the +/- 24 hour buttons which I have on the screen.

Works very well.
#32
Uridium
If you add a USB IR adaptor from a cheapo PS3 IR remote ....yes.



Logitech have an IR to Bluetooth adaptor in the works that will allow full control over the PS3, including switching it on from the remote but an aforementioned cheapie USB IR dongle works pretty well too albeit with slightly reduced functionality.
#33
great.. mine ordered : )
#34
How does this compare with the logitech 555 remote?
#35
markwills
How does this compare with the logitech 555 remote?


Exactly the same software.

The differences are in the build quality of the remote, the button layout, the touchscreen, colour screen, charger etc.
#36
Another thumbs up from me, a great remote and well worth the money.
#37
Broadsword;5060727
Exactly the same software.

The differences are in the build quality of the remote, the button layout, the touchscreen, colour screen, charger etc.


Is it worth the extra £25ish? (compared with the 555)
#38
Thanks JayBird. +1 rep.

(+1 rep to Istanbul_Kop too)


markwills
Is it worth the extra £25ish? (compared with the 555)

Depends on personal preferences/circumstances ;)
Coloured touchscreen rather than monotone display with corresponding buttons is very nice, of course, but not essential. The 555 has the four colour buttons, but they're right at the bottom which isn't ideal if you use them a lot, but at least they're there...
#39
markwills
Is it worth the extra £25ish? (compared with the 555)


IMO yes. But I like flash gadgets. It does the same thing though just looks and works nicer.

If you can get over the coloured buttons issue.
#40
Broadsword;5060834
If you can get over the coloured buttons issue.


What's the issue?

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!