Logitech Harmony One Advanced Universal Remote (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
- One-Touch Simplicity
- Replaces up to 15 remotes
- Rechargeable with included docking station
- Sculpted backlit buttons
- Ergonomic Design
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- Brand Name: Logitech
- Model Number: 915-000099
- Item Package Quantity: 1
- Maximum Range: 10.00 feet
- Display: LCD
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.
Top Customer Reviews
I just got off the line with the Tech Support after 38 minutes of troubleshooting for him to tell me what I said at the beginning of the call - my touch screen failed. They "generously" sent me a link for 1/2 off the price of a remote. Problem is - it was a link to the Logitech site to get a REFURBISHED unit for $99. I even asked about sending this in for repair - not an option.
If they would have sent a 50% MANUFACTURER coupon, I would have been happy to apply it to a $120 NEW replacement from Amazon. But I'm not throwing $100 good money after the $200 I've already sunk for this dud. And as another reviewer said - this was hardware failure, not kids or physical damage.
These are WAY too expensive to fail within 2 years. Not sure I can tolerate another Logitech experience like that, so will look for an alternative.
I read the numerous warnings about battery swell. Did some research into lithium ion batteries and found out heat and over charging are the culprits. So never leave it on charger for long periods and do not charge every day. I toss it on there for one or two hours every few days. Other interesting points about his type of battery: You should not let it go completely uncharged, ever. If going to store it for a prolonged period try to get it around 40% to 50% charged before storing. No need to worry about letting it lose most or all of it's charge before recharging, that applies to ni-cad batteries. Replacement batteries are all over the internet ranging from $6 to $20, so I plan to check monthly and pick up a new one at any sign of swelling, although I bet overcharging is the main reason most people get swollen battery.