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Logitech Harmony One Advanced Universal Remote (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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Standard Packaging
  • One-Touch Simplicity
  • Replaces up to 15 remotes
  • Rechargeable with included docking station
  • Sculpted backlit buttons
  • Ergonomic Design
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Technical Details

Product Packaging: Standard Packaging
  • Brand Name: Logitech
  • Model: 915-000099
  • Item Package Quantity: 1
  • Display: LCD
  • Warranty: 1 year limited warranty

Product Details

Product Packaging: Standard Packaging
  • Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 3.9 x 10 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B005FO43OU
  • Item model number: 915-000099
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,692 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 27, 2010

Product Description

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The color touch screen and sculpted buttons, organized into logical zones with backlighting, give you easy, one-touch access to your home entertainment - even in the dark. Just one press and you're watching a DVD or your favorite TV channel. The ergonomic design fits comfortably in your hand, and because it's rechargeable, you won't need to worry about buying new batteries. With support for more than 5,000 brands, you can control home entertainment devices that you own today or will buy tomorrow. Our online software guides you through setup, and our live customer support team is available if you need help.

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Customer Reviews

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Stretch
I highly recommend this remote for anyone who wants one that controls absolutely every piece of home theater equipment with no trouble at all.
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We have used Harmony remotes over the years and this one is the best so far.
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118 of 122 people found the following review helpful By MartinP on November 28, 2009
Product Packaging: Frustration-Free Packaging
I have owned one of the first generation universal remotes for years. However, it soon turned out that it wasn't able to actually take over all the functions of the original remotes and soon enough it was just one of the five or six remotes littering my couch. Frustrated over this situation I bought the Logitech Harmony One, and it solved my problem. Brilliantly so. Not only can it handle all functionality of even obscure brand devices (it knew my Peekton DVD player and my cable company's digital decoder), but programming it is as simple as can be. No more cumbersome, button by button transfers by pointing your old remote at the new one. Simply install the software, enter your devices with their model numbers, link the remote to your PC via USB, download the settings to it, and you're done.

However, the true brilliance of this remote is not in the easy setup and its truly universal applicability, but in the fact that it doesn't treat your devices as a random collection of separately operating electronics, but as an integrated system. This is done through the programming of `activities'. The setup through the software is, again, dead simple. Once done, you can select your activity on the touch screen, and the Logitech does the rest. For example, if I want to watch a DVD I no longer have to switch on my TV, my DVD player and my amp successively. I just hit `Watch a DVD' and the remote switches on all the devices I need, and also switches my amp and TV to the right input channels. It switches off all other devices (unless there are machines you always want to keep running, you can tell it that too). So not only can you throw out all your old remotes, the Harmony performs the same operations faster and without confusion.
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270 of 292 people found the following review helpful By W. Stewart on November 20, 2010
Product Packaging: Frustration-Free Packaging Verified Purchase
I absolutely LOVED this remote when I first got it over a year ago for $250. No more calls at work from my wife, asking me how to fix the snowy TV!

Unfortunately, after about 13 months it wouldn't charge the battery anymore. I assumed it was simply the battery & it needed to be replaced. When I popped open the cover, the battery was so tightly jammed in there, I had to use a butter knife to pry it out. Once removed, I saw that the battery had swollen. A quick search on the internet showed that this was a common problem with this battery & the cause of my non-charging issue. OK, so I ordered a new battery (not a generic, the real deal). It came & I replaced the battery. All was fine with the world for about 3 months. Then the remote stopped charging the battery again. Checked the battery, it looked fine... no swelling at all. Ordered yet another battery, assuming it was a non-visible issue with the battery. New one came & it won't charge either, right off the bat!

Now I'm furious. A $250 remote that now won't charge it's battery. Plus $60 in replacement batteries for the thing. I expect MUCH better longevity than that on a device this expensive. Logitech will do nothing for me since it's beyond the warranty period. An internet search shows that this is a very common problem with this remote. I don't know if the swollen battery caused some kind of electrical damage to the remote, or if prying it out with the knife (even though i was VERY careful) damaged something, or if something just died all on it's own, but it's very discouraging & frustrating.

Currently I charge the batteries seperately (outside of the remote) and swap them out of the remote weekly. It's kind of annoying, but other than that it still works flawlessly.
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209 of 235 people found the following review helpful By vcm773 on October 17, 2011
Product Packaging: Frustration-Free Packaging Verified Purchase
I purchased this about 10 months ago. While some reviewers state the product didnt work or it was tedious to operate, I had zero problems with set up, management and every day use. I loved it. I was able to get rid of four remotes and I had easy access to everything in a single, easy to operate remote. Blue Ray, TV, Cable STB, Music Server, and Receiver all bending to my will. I marvelled at the thing and kicked myself for not getting one sooner. Early adopter I am not.

However recently the LCD panel, which is activated by touch, suddenly failed. The correct image was there but there was a black, leaf shaped artifact covering about a third of the display and the colors behind faded making it nearly impossible to read. No problem, it is less than a year and still under warrany so i should be fine, right?

The immediate reply from Logitech support was an indication. In the email they send telling you they have your inquiry and they will respond soon, they go to the trouble of saying that they will not warranty any faults due to physical damage. I thought it was odd to make a disclaimer and i already felt they were going to shaft me. I pressed on because I took care of the remote and didn't damage it. I have it in my basement man-cave. I only watch TV there a couple of times per week. I don't mess with it. I don't have kids that would play with it. Just normal use.

Their reply stated it was caused by physical damage by me and they wouldnt replace it. They offered me a discount of 50% to buy a replacement instead. I thought the answer was telling. Sure it's generous but it felt like a copout. I expect this happens often and i bet most people take them up on it. However I wasn't satisfied so I wrote back.
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