Logitech Harmony Elite Remote Control, Hub and App, works with Alexa £112.49 @ Amazon
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Logitech Harmony Elite Remote Control, Hub and App, works with Alexa £112.49 @ Amazon

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Found 11th Jul 2017
So you've bought your Echo or Dot, and now you need something to use it with? How about this, the daddy of remotes

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  • For seamless control of up to 15 home entertainment and connected home devices
  • Power up your system and switch between activities with one button press
  • Control devices inside closed cabinets, through walls and even when you're away from home
  • Control devices according to schedules or sensors
  • 2-year Limited hardware warranty
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My mate had been waiting for this to drop for months after the black Friday deal. Heat added
Scorchio. Bought to work with Alexa, been waiting for a deal.
Gah, already got a hub from the hub and dot deal a few months back, wondering if it's worth getting this deal and then selling the hub on its own later?!
Elite or ultimate , which is the better
Elite I believe.
flintstone16 m ago

Elite or ultimate , which is the better


Elite
Steve3532 m ago

Elite


Yep, the ultimate is really just the touch from six years ago and is a bit of an ergonomic disaster although I love mine.
What works better with this? Echo or Dot?
can this control a pc?
Isnt remote useless if app has it all same on phone or use amazon dot to control with voice ?
RUGAAL1 h, 29 m ago

Isnt remote useless if app has it all same on phone or use amazon dot to …Isnt remote useless if app has it all same on phone or use amazon dot to control with voice ?



The Hub has it's uses. Useful with Echo if not a bit annoying to use it.
RUGAAL2 h, 44 m ago

Isnt remote useless if app has it all same on phone or use amazon dot to …Isnt remote useless if app has it all same on phone or use amazon dot to control with voice ?

The remote is far from useless. Best remote you will ever use. you won't want to control a TV with a phone using two hands and having to look at a screen. Also voice control with Alaxa is absolutely rubbish.
Steve353

Elite

Thanks, the names confuse me, as ultimate sounds like it's the better

Ordered to replace my 700, as I missed any deals on this over this last few years
Edited by: "flintstone" 11th Jul 2017
mattk

The remote is far from useless. Best remote you will ever use. you won't … The remote is far from useless. Best remote you will ever use. you won't want to control a TV with a phone using two hands and having to look at a screen. Also voice control with Alaxa is absolutely rubbish.




Only annoying thing is no number pad on the remote! Put me off using it when I bought it black friday so sold on (for a profit)...
The Hub on its own is £53.99, would be wanting this for Alexa but is it worth the extra £60 for the remote?
Does this one works with Hisense TVs? My harmony touch doesn't work to switch inputs properly
Babbler

Only annoying thing is no number pad on the remote! Put me off using it … Only annoying thing is no number pad on the remote! Put me off using it when I bought it black friday so sold on (for a profit)...




Do the favourite channels, as most of the time that's how I used my 700
flintstone

Do the favourite channels, as most of the time that's how I used my 700




Has to be "wife friendly"... ;). How many favourites can you add... ?
Babbler25 m ago

Has to be "wife friendly"... ;). How many favourites can you add... ?


Can't remember exactly but way more than you'll need, I added just about everything you'd actually watch on the full sky package and am not anywhere near the limit.
Heat! Been waiting for these to drop for ages.
Hmm, I already have a 650 that works perfectly well but I so want this lol!

Those that have it why is the Alexa integration poor? Surely basic things like "Alexa watch tv" would work fine?
Scazza1 h, 9 m ago

The Hub on its own is £53.99, would be wanting this for Alexa but is it …The Hub on its own is £53.99, would be wanting this for Alexa but is it worth the extra £60 for the remote?


The remote is a bargain for £113 so treat the hub as a free bonus. Don't know what happened to harmony prices but everything seems to have doubled in price in the last couple of years and it's the same in the US so nothing to do with the money markets.
Babbler

Only annoying thing is no number pad on the remote! Put me off using it … Only annoying thing is no number pad on the remote! Put me off using it when I bought it black friday so sold on (for a profit)...


There's a number pad on the touchscreen (swipe across)
I have the Harmony Touch but have picked one of these up to upgrade, I personally find the Alexa integration pretty good - it's not perfect but it does what I need it to.
stevenjameshyde

There's a number pad on the touchscreen (swipe across)



Never knew that! Thanks... bought it again
Babbler27 m ago

Never knew that! Thanks... bought it again


Lol, I thought you meant you meant it hadn't got hard number keys and you didn't like the touch screen ones

You probably will think they're a bit rubbish to start with but persevere and you'll get used to them. The haptic feedback you get with the 950 over my touch probably helps though... Damn it, just ordered one!
Bought one last year for £130 on another excellent daily deal. It's brilliant. Wanted another hub for the other room, instead I get a whole set for even less! Thanks OP.
I bought the ultimate from a previous Amazon deal for £65. It is still boxed. Is it worth ebaying it and buying this one? Just looking at the pictures the ultimate looks nicer and more modern to me
sam19707 m ago

I bought the ultimate from a previous Amazon deal for £65. It is still …I bought the ultimate from a previous Amazon deal for £65. It is still boxed. Is it worth ebaying it and buying this one? Just looking at the pictures the ultimate looks nicer and more modern to me


Nope, the 950 is the newest remote with more features and minus the dubious ergonomics, eg transport buttons at the top when it is heavily shaped and waited towards the bottom. You got an amazing deal but you won't regret getting this one.
Babbler

Never knew that! Thanks... bought it again


It's far too easy to miss... I managed fine with favourite channels for ages, then had to google it when the Sky box asked me for a PIN X)
b1g1an

Lol, I thought you meant you meant it hadn't got hard number keys and you … Lol, I thought you meant you meant it hadn't got hard number keys and you didn't like the touch screen ones :DYou probably will think they're a bit rubbish to start with but persevere and you'll get used to them. The haptic feedback you get with the 950 over my touch probably helps though... Damn it, just ordered one!




Guess we will see what the wife thinks... got to sell a few other things to pay for this too!
Was so close to buying this until I saw that it doesn't integrate with Hive. Seems a bit of a faux pas considering there are more Hive customers than Nest in the UK.
painty

Was so close to buying this until I saw that it doesn't integrate with … Was so close to buying this until I saw that it doesn't integrate with Hive. Seems a bit of a faux pas considering there are more Hive customers than Nest in the UK.



It supports IFTTT which in turn supports Hive, though I would've thought it was better controlled through Alexa or Google Home/Assistant anyway.
Does this work with Google home to turn on the TV etc?
b1g1an

It supports IFTTT which in turn supports Hive, though I would've thought … It supports IFTTT which in turn supports Hive, though I would've thought it was better controlled through Alexa or Google Home/Assistant anyway.



So would I be able to set up a favourite on the remote that turns the tv on, launches netflix and dims the lights at the same time?
Had to buy at this price been meaning to get one for a long while
painty

So would I be able to set up a favourite on the remote that turns the tv … So would I be able to set up a favourite on the remote that turns the tv on, launches netflix and dims the lights at the same time?



I personally don't have any experience of this version as yet, and won't before the deal runs out, but that's the way you build Activities so in theory yes. Not working with your hardware is as good an excuse for returning as any so why not give it a go.
willevans716533

Does this one works with Hisense TVs? My harmony touch doesn't work to … Does this one works with Hisense TVs? My harmony touch doesn't work to switch inputs properly



Yes, I have Elite and it works with my 65 inch Hisense M7000 for all the basic functions except few.
Eclairs

Yes, I have Elite and it works with my 65 inch Hisense M7000 for all the … Yes, I have Elite and it works with my 65 inch Hisense M7000 for all the basic functions except few.



For the peeps who are saying they can't get some things to work, assuming they work the same as they always used to, you can contact them directly and they'll endeavour to sort it out for you, at worst you can just use the IR learning function to dupe it.
Babbler5 h, 2 m ago

Has to be "wife friendly"... ;). How many favourites can you add... ?


On my 700, I had about 12
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