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Logitech Harmony One universal Remote Control at £75.00 after voucher at Amazon UK

£75.00 @ Amazon
Using the online voucher code (link above) you can get, until 1st Feb, the £98 reduced to £75. Don't forget if shopping at Amazon there are a FEW opportunities for cashback/discount - eg Nectar eS… Read More
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8y, 2m agoFound 8 years, 2 months ago
Using the online voucher code (link above) you can get, until 1st Feb, the £98 reduced to £75.

Don't forget if shopping at Amazon there are a FEW opportunities for cashback/discount - eg Nectar eStores - ie don't follow the link here but instead clear any Amazon cookie(s) and go off to Nectar eStores and shop via there at Amazon...

This was advertised in today's Evening Standard (presumably by Amazon & Logitech).

I have checked it works. Don't forget to select the SuperSaver delivery to get delivery free.

I bought the far more basic Harmony 525 a few weeks ago and impressed so far (after a One4All Kameleon US model that gobbled batteries).

FYI: Here's the link to Logitech UK website for the remote
http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/remotes/universal_remotes/devices/3898&cl=gb,en

You can check compatibility with your devices via that Logitech page then the HOW TO tab and then Check Compatibility now ... link.

Logitech have £159 as their price! Market usual is £90-120 with occasional falls below, like this current one.
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#1
bought this few months ago for £79 at amazon. great piece of kit, hot!
banned#2
Bought one there thanks
banned#3
Hello, will this work my PS3 and XBOX or will i have to buy a bluetooth adapter thingie?
#4
GazHeaven
Hello, will this work my PS3 and XBOX or will i have to buy a bluetooth adapter thingie?


This is what the Logitech site's link to check compatibility says re PS3 = NO
"The Sony PS3 is not compatible with IR remotes. It uses Bluetooth technology for its own optional remote control. Currently, no universal remotes can control it directly. There are third party attachments available which can be used to control the PS3 with a Harmony remote such as the IR2BT and Nyko Blu-Wave peripherals. Note: If you are using a third party attachment, please add it under its manufacturer and model number (Ex: Nyko Blu-Wave) under the category Game Console (with DVD)."

With Xbox (360 presumably) it says a big GREEN TICK = Yes.
With ancient Xbox original, I presume you need that optional DVD remote gizmo (which works with my Harmony 525)
#5
seems like a lot of money for an all in one remote - can't you get these for around 20 quid elsewhere...?
banned#6
mk-donald,

Cheers, was about to purchase this the other day. Held back when I saw they increased the price from £88.

Now a no-brainer at that price for me, away to order now.

Thanks again.:thumbsup:
#7
Bargain Nutter
seems like a lot of money for an all in one remote - can't you get these for around 20 quid elsewhere...?


Yes you can get all in one remotes for £20 but they are not anywhere near as good.

Thanks OP just ordered :w00t:
#8
I bought two of these last week :x although the original price has gone up since. I got them for £88 each. Very good offer on a very good all in one remote.

Takes a while to setup but its worth the wait. :thumbsup:
banned#9
What £75.00 for a remote control???? You must be joking. I got one from poundland last year for a pound. It works with my TV, DVD, Sky+, HiFi and my portable TV as well. Anyone who pays £75.00 for a remote control is mad. Take my advice and go to poundland and get one out of there if you need one.
#10
People voting this cold obviously do not own home cinema kit with multiple sources, this device saves so much hassle and is very intuitive, not to mention saving batteries!
I have tried almost every type of universal remote, from £10 cheapies to £400 philips prontos and all have ended up in a drawer gathering dust, however the harmony range, especially this model are the best in my opinion! I now own two of these, and my girlfriend can easily use the lounge system with ease, instead of having to get me to turn on the av receiver and set to the correct source etc.

At this price it is a great buy, and a must for anyone with a complex AV system!
#11
I bought one when this was £70.62 on Amazon. Great Remote and very easy to configure and use. Ideal for complete AV Home Cinemas. Won't be much use if you only got a TV with Sky or Cable.

Shame this can't be used with the Ps3 as a blueray remote.
#12
you gotta be kidding me? No way wud i spend that much
#13
Something makes me smile about the need for two 'all in one' remotes!
banned#14
johnmac;4194317
Something makes me smile about the need for two 'all in one' remotes!


Not an unusual requirement. I've got another 5 appliances in a 'spare' bedroom and I'd definitely consider it. :roll:
#15
shadowdogg
you gotta be kidding me? No way wud i spend that much


move along then...
#16
£75 for a remote control? Oh my god!
#17
GazHeaven
Hello, will this work my PS3 and XBOX or will i have to buy a bluetooth adapter thingie?


Great peice of kit, had mine about 3 weeks now. I had a small IR remote with USB adaptor for the PS3 and all I did was get the ONE to learn the commands and works a treat, only thing is the PS3 has to be on, and its slightly slower than the bluetooth controller.

I have my one operating:
Sky HD
Samsung Full HDTV
LG Cinema system with HDD
Xbox360
PS3
Joytech Audit centre

You can input an activity, say play Xbox and will turn all of the required kit on and to the correct inputs, needs a good few hours of programming and trial and error though, but well worth it. IMHO.

Great price too
#18
Banjo String
Oh "harmony" remote. how poncey!! bet "fashionable" types buy this and the name makes it seem like its worth all that cash


No the product features make it worth all that cash:p
#19
Managed to get this for £70 last year from Amazon in a special deal. Highly recommended. It controls my LCD, Xbox360, Sky+ and surround sound system. I do need a separate control for my PS3, not really Logitech or Sony's fault, simply different technology. Hopefully someone will come up with an affordable and sensible Bluetooth repeater.
#20
One point to note, is the single thingg most people do not like about the "One" is that there are no "hard" coloured buttons, they come up on the touchscreen (soft buttons) which is not to everyone liking, I dont mind but it would be better with the hard buttons
#21
Johnmac -

2 remotes, one for the lounge system, one for the projector system in the spare room

Saves having to cart the remote between two rooms and ensures they are always charged and ready for use in their respective docking stations.
#22
[SIZE="2"]The naysayers really are a laugh a minute. :roll: They seem to have generated the same comments last time that this offer was posted. If you naysayers don't feel this is worth the money, then saying so just the once means you have made your point. You don't have to post the same negatives every time a Logitech remote deal is posted.

This thread is for the folks that want to know about this remote and the excellent value it represents - that includes me. This is a site for deals and it is up to people to decide whether it is a deal or not for the product offered at the price offered.

If you naysayers can come up with a better price for a remote with the same functionality, tell us about it. If you can't then please go play with your remote of choice and leave us in peace.

p.s. I bought this from Amazon last time it was available for £75 and I wouldn't swap it for a box full of any other make.:thumbsup::thumbsup: [/SIZE]
#23
excellent love my harmony, those that are slating it try it before you slate it.
#24
Great product. Great price. Tempted to get a spare at this price. (My 2 year old keeps breaking them).

Voted hot.
#25
Wodja
How poncey? have a look at your avatar ;-)

I have only read 3 of your posts in the last day or 2 and its all the same kind of rubbish.


Mate EVERY single post he writes is worthless rubbish, hes been annoying people with his whinging for weeks
#26
lenzie
What £75.00 for a remote control???? You must be joking. I got one from poundland last year for a pound. It works with my TV, DVD, Sky+, HiFi and my portable TV as well. Anyone who pays £75.00 for a remote control is mad. Take my advice and go to poundland and get one out of there if you need one.


How does your poundland one cope with macros? If you have no idea what I'm talking about best not to pass comment on this deal eh?
#27
i have had a harmony remote for 3 weeks now and couldnt live without it. awesome little things.
#28
misses doesn't know yet by just ordered this :D . At the moment I have 1 remote for the TV, 1 for the AV, 1 for the Xbox 360, 1 for the component AV switcher and 1 for the Virgin cable. I'm really hoping that pressing 1 button will set it all up for watching TV and have another button set so that it will set up for playing or watching movies on the 360... Great price though... have used a kameleon all-in-one in the past and they just chomp batteries.. not very good I must say... build quality looks similar if not better then the Virgin HD remote..
#29
TheGimp
I'm really hoping that pressing 1 button will set it all up for watching TV and have another button set so that it will set up for playing or watching movies on the 360.


That's exactly what the LCD panels for - to not just set up a whole sequence of keypresses on various boxes but to label them clearly so all household members can work out which one to press :) You connect it up to a PC via USB and download the necessary info for your various bits of kit AND it develops suitable macros for you - but I also believe you can write your own (hence the remark by one contributor here that spent mins/hours on getting just what sequence they wanted).
#30
Got one for the mrs for xmas :lol
Best gadget I ever bought, and the wife can actually use it.
If you've got TV, surround system, digibox and dvd player like me then you need (yes need) this remote. It asks "what do you want to do?", you press watch TV and it turns it on along with the digibox and surround amp, swithches them all to the correct inputs/settings. You can then have the logo's of your favourite channels on the touch screen so you can change channels without knowing the channel numbers. Like I said even the wife can use it !!!!
#31
Hmmm, still think its too expensive for what it is, especially compared to other hamonys

my fave is the 525 , as it has the best layout of buttons, and the best night glow buttons,

next fave is the 785 , good layout, but the glow doesnt come through the buttons so well

basically, the best remote would be a 525 with rechargable battery, but of course, Logi have to add colour LCD screens ( why ? ) to more expensive models , that just end up eating the battery life, ok its rechargeable, but not fun when it runs out of battery in use, why they think we need colour LCDs to display TEXT is ridiculous and STUPID

[COLOR="MediumTurquoise"]beware, this ' ONE ' [B]does not have the COLOUR BUTTONS, that are eseential for anyone with a PVR / Sky box etc[/COLOR][/B]

have to admit, I still think the 525 is the nicest remote of the lot, despite the non rechargeable battery/base unit
#32
117
People voting this cold obviously do not own home cinema kit with multiple sources, this device saves so much hassle and is very intuitive, not to mention saving batteries!
I have tried almost every type of universal remote, from £10 cheapies to £400 philips prontos and all have ended up in a drawer gathering dust, however the harmony range, especially this model are the best in my opinion! I now own two of these, and my girlfriend can easily use the lounge system with ease, instead of having to get me to turn on the av receiver and set to the correct source etc.

At this price it is a great buy, and a must for anyone with a complex AV system!


Exactly, I own a logitech harmony one and its so much easier for people in the house to use it rather than me having to use all the remotes to get the right settings on the av reciever, tv etc.
Great deal btw. I paid about £35 more than this when i bought it but i did buy it last year when it came out.
#33
cats

basically, the best remote would be a 525 with rechargable battery, but of course, Logi have to add colour LCD screens ( why ? ) to more expensive models , that just end up eating the battery life, ok its rechargeable, but not fun when it runs out of battery in use, why they think we need colour LCDs to display TEXT is ridiculous and STUPID

[COLOR="MediumTurquoise"]beware, this ' ONE ' [B]does not have the COLOUR BUTTONS, that are eseential for anyone with a PVR / Sky box etc[/COLOR][/B]


The lcd doesn't just display text, it displays pictures aswell. if u use a skybox or pvr there are the colour buttons on the touchscreen. Had mine for about a year and its absolutely perfect. would definetly recommend it to anyone who has a lot of devices---> and a lot of remotes:thumbsup:
#34
expensive models , that just end up eating the battery life, ok its rechargeable, but not fun when it runs out of battery in use, why they think we need colour LCDs to display TEXT is ridiculous and STUPID
Don't think you've ever used a ONE have you.
You park it on it's cradle every night, it's always charged and everyone always knows where it is! Even when setting it up the battery never ran out.
The LCD displays all sorts including channel logos, not just text, oh and four coloured circles as well :)
#35
Wicked Lester
How does your poundland one cope with macros? If you have no idea what I'm talking about best not to pass comment on this deal eh?


Please send me the link to buy this for a pound at Macros ;-)
#36
just got mine today .. must say this is the BOMB! .. Would highly recommend to anyone with multiple AV, TV, set top box, etc. I would have paid RRP for this baby!... discount voucher expires 02/02 so get in quick!
#37
I've been using the Logitech Harmony 1000, but it was far too complicated for my mum. Just sold it on ebay and ordered this one insted and still have £50 left over!!!!! Bargain.

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