Logitech Harmony® 700 Advanced Universal Remote £44.90 Delivered @ Logitech
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Logitech Harmony® 700 Advanced Universal Remote £44.90 Delivered @ Logitech

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Found 22nd Mar 2012
Cheapest i can find anywhere

Excellent remote

The weekend's finally here and you're set for some serious couch time. Your DVR is overflowing. Your stack of DVD movies is piled high. And your Logitech Harmony 700 remote is charged and ready to start the show.

Press one button and everything turns on in the right order. Since your remote is rechargeable, you have the power to play, pause, rewind and replay all the previews, sequels and spin-offs you can handle. And because you replaced six remotes with the only one you'll ever need, you finally have plenty of room on the coffee table for all the marathon movie night drinks and popcorn.

Your Harmony 700—ready to entertain and simplify, no matter what entertainment devices you have now or add later.

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FANTASTIC PRICE (Opps Cap Lock)
Website says it only replaces 6 remotes?
Ive submitted a request to have this removed as the image and description is that of a Logitech Harmony One Advanced, but the description is for the 700 which is not the same.
bouncy99

Ive submitted a request to have this removed as the image and … Ive submitted a request to have this removed as the image and description is that of a Logitech Harmony One Advanced, but the description is for the 700 which is not the same.



Updated my mistake was looking at a few remotes
Great price for the 700 - guess it is end of line now?
Plus 5% cashback (TCB) and a free set of headphones by the looks of it!
Thank you OP - ordered - free headphones (and Quidco) were a nice surprise too.
Strange. When I proceed to checkout the price changes to £89.99 + £9.25 shipping.
All good cheers
Cheers. Ordered. Free headphones (come up automatically at checkout) were a bonus.
So what does this do that one from the £1 shop won't.
brookheather

Great price for the 700 - guess it is end of line now?



No longer in the main line up so hopefully they'll be something with the functionality of the One but in the 900 body along soon!
If it's anything like my Harmony 650 that resets on every slight knock then just put a piece of card on top of the batteries to stop this happening. Good remote although my wife will insist on confusing it - sure she uses original remote aswell....
Edited by: "bargainhunter666" 22nd Mar 2012
bargainhunter666

If it's anything like my Harmony 650 that resets on every slight knock … If it's anything like my Harmony 650 that resets on every slight knock then just put a piece of card on top of the batteries to stop this happening. Good remote although my wife will insist on confusing it - sure she uses original remote aswell....



I got rid of mine for this exact reason... She refused to use it claiming it was too complicated... I get revenge by using an app on my iPad to change the channel on the TV

Edited by: "leehustwait" 22nd Mar 2012
leehustwait

I got rid of mine for this exact reason... She refused to use it claiming … I got rid of mine for this exact reason... She refused to use it claiming it was too complicated... I get revenge by using an app on my iPad to change the channel on the TV



You got rid of your wife because she struggled with the TV remote?!

I'm buying in the hope it's better than my 650's (they've replaced it 3 times!).
But good tip on the cardboard!

bargainhunter666

If it's anything like my Harmony 650 that resets on every slight knock … If it's anything like my Harmony 650 that resets on every slight knock then just put a piece of card on top of the batteries to stop this happening. Good remote although my wife will insist on confusing it - sure she uses original remote aswell....


Great price. I've had this remote for around 6 months to replace my previous 550.
The only niggle I have with it is that with the rechargeable battery pack which comes with it once it runs out you can't carry on using the remote when it's plugged into charge.
Would this be any good to use as a replacement for the one on my amp which was lost? Thanks.
bigbaz

So what does this do that one from the £1 shop won't.



It's not just for turning devices on and off, you set up activities so that you can for example turn on your TV (and set to correct input), Cable Box, and Surround Sound with one touch. And then parts of the remote (e.g. channel changing) would send to the cable box but volume could go to your surround sound without the need to push any buttons to switch which input you want to use it for.
Also fully programmable via a PC which has a HUGE online database of electronic devices so you can just pick what you have and it does the setup for you.
Edited by: "firstaspect" 22nd Mar 2012
im looking for the
Logitech Harmony 1100 Advanced but still Expensive hope it drops in price soon
great bits of kit when they work - can be a pain to set up, but worth the effort,

reliability is not good in my opinion, had one replaced under warranty, this has now broken, and logitech dont want to know
moggith

reliability is not good in my opinion, had one replaced under warranty, … reliability is not good in my opinion, had one replaced under warranty, this has now broken, and logitech dont want to know



Warranty is with original product only. In my case it was a £16.99 515, the buttons faded. They've replaced it with a 650 going by the above comments not such a great thing after all. But it's worth £70 brand new so I'm not too bothered.

And to the above comment about what these remotes do, the best part is they can learn remote commands. So when your All in One doesn't have the right code for your new/old remote you can teach it using the built in infra red receiver
Edited by: "lumoruk" 22nd Mar 2012
stemac123

im looking for the Logitech Harmony 1100 Advanced but still Expensive … im looking for the Logitech Harmony 1100 Advanced but still Expensive hope it drops in price soon




You arent joking about it being expensive!!
lumoruk

Warranty is with original product only. In my case it was a £16.99 515, … Warranty is with original product only. In my case it was a £16.99 515, the buttons faded. They've replaced it with a 650 going by the above comments not such a great thing after all. But it's worth £70 brand new so I'm not too bothered.And to the above comment about what these remotes do, the best part is they can learn remote commands. So when your All in One doesn't have the right code for your new/old remote you can teach it using the built in infra red receiver


exact same thing - my 515 was replaced as the buttons faded, the 650 they sent me has a knackerd left key -
Agree re the comments about other halves using them. If I'm in another room or out I often get a phone call saying the TV's on and Sky but no picture! She's stopped pointing it at the screen too soon so it hasn't turned the AV receiver on. Rectifying it isn't easy as you have to choose the device then find in the screen the power button etc.
I give up now and get all the old remotes out when I go out!
Jimmyboy

Agree re the comments about other halves using them. If I'm in another … Agree re the comments about other halves using them. If I'm in another room or out I often get a phone call saying the TV's on and Sky but no picture! She's stopped pointing it at the screen too soon so it hasn't turned the AV receiver on. Rectifying it isn't easy as you have to choose the device then find in the screen the power button etc. I give up now and get all the old remotes out when I go out!



I tell mine to hit the help button if she has any problems , usually always fix's it .
I have one, its alright but they are very difficult to see under daylight conditions. Not helped by the fact that tons of dust collects under the surface of the screen.
heat added and ordered. Thanks... This HUKD will lead me to my financial meltdown one day ....
Got the 650, doesn't support my TV, tried the self learning routine, very very painful, still didn't work propery.... gathering dust....
Hot for me, Been looking at these for some time. Ordered
Beats Peep Show's Megatron!

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My Harmony 525 is a godsend.

It means despite my setup including an xbmc system, dreambox HD satellite, Humax Freeview HD PVR & Cambridge Audio AV receiver, my wife & mum can simply hit 'Watch Sky' or Watch Freeview', or even 'Watch XBMC' & be able to control it all & ajust volume etc.

As I have a projector too it's simply brilliant to be able to hit 'Cinema Sport' or 'Cinema Film' & have it all switch over & the screen retract. All I need now is IR controlled lights to dim & IR controlled fire to go off!

If you have a similar setup it's simply perfect, get it. Two hours setting it up & one hour tweaking over a week or so makes your life so much easier in the long run!
Is the 700 even more castrated than the 600 compared to the 525?
MrPuddington

Is the 700 even more castrated than the 600 compared to the 525?



Nearly, the 700 is more or less the 650 but controls 1 more device (6 instead of 5) and is rechargeable.
I actually prefer the 650 as it's easier just to swap out rechargeable batteries than have to wait for the battery pack on the 700 to recharge when you keep forgetting to put it back in it's charger.

If you've got a previous Harmony like the excellent 525 that supports more than 6 devices then the 600/ 650/ 700 will actually control more devices than the 5 or 6 limit.
Now saying its out of stock but you can still order and they will ship when they come back in. I've ordered one and hope I don't have to wait too long. Heat added
It's a shame that most phones and tablets don't have infrared on them these days otherwise you could just get an app to do everything these remotes do.
My Samsung tv has wifi so I can use the Samsung app on my iPad and Android phone but not very useful as have Sky (so no need to change the tv channel) and an av receiver (so no need to change the tv volume).
barneydog

Nearly, the 700 is more or less the 650 but controls 1 more device (6 … Nearly, the 700 is more or less the 650 but controls 1 more device (6 instead of 5) and is rechargeable. I actually prefer the 650 as it's easier just to swap out rechargeable batteries than have to wait for the battery pack on the 700 to recharge when you keep forgetting to put it back in it's charger.If you've got a previous Harmony like the excellent 525 that supports more than 6 devices then the 600/ 650/ 700 will actually control more devices than the 5 or 6 limit.



The batteries in the 700 are eneloop rechargable batteries so you can use any type of batteries if you wish. It is not a battery pack or charger, it charges via a USB cable. Also you can use more than 6 devices on the 700 if you have an harmony which supports more devices. All you have to do is transfer your old settings to the 700.

I have a 525 (lounge), which i enetered all the settings on then transfered them to the 700 (attic) so it supports >6 devices. Then entered new setting for the 525. Once you have done this you can edit and keep all devices on the 700 without losing any. Abit of a faff, but it is possible.

Edited by: "omisnad" 23rd Mar 2012
There are new Harmony remote to be released very soon I read..
I ordered this a few days ago, I have received the FREE earphones but just got a back order
email saying they have no supply date.

DAMMIT !!!
neily123

I ordered this a few days ago, I have received the FREE earphones but … I ordered this a few days ago, I have received the FREE earphones but just got a back orderemail saying they have no supply date.DAMMIT !!!



Same here. Not sure whether I can open the headphones and use them incase I have to cancel the order (due to the remote taking too long and as they have no no supply date we could be waiting a long time). Will I have to send them back? what if I have used them? Will they want them back with my ear wax on them?
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