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Harmony 1 or 1000

jimglasgow

Standard Member
Hi folks looking to buy one of these remotes I can get the one for £70.00 from amazon or if I going the extra mile and getting the 1000 for £169, is it worth the extra £100 would welcome your thoughts:lease:
 

davepuma

Distinguished Member
After using a bulky Pronto, I couldn't go back to a 2 handed tablet design but ultimately try and get hands on in store and see if you like the feel of them. The setup is identical. I have always thought the 1000 looks good in photos in the galleries but I wouldn't want to use one :D I prefer the One but I would say that, I own one.
 

88pete88

Active Member
i had same issue a while back 'could not decide' i like my remotes to feel and look like remotes and i liked the hard buttons aswell as touch screen, so i picked the one, i think the only diff feature is z-wave (what ever that is), now for the price difference is that worth paying for ? i think the one looks nicer.
 

jimglasgow

Standard Member
Really? Looks like £98 to me...

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Logitech Harmony One - Advanced Universal Remote: Amazon.co.uk: Electronics & Photo

Andy
Yes Andy that's right but when you get checkout £25 comes offer using code!
 

Square

Active Member
Hi folks looking to buy one of these remotes I can get the one for £70.00 from amazon or if I going the extra mile and getting the 1000 for £169, is it worth the extra £100 would welcome your thoughts:lease:

unless you need rf then i vote for the one. i also prefer the one-handed, 'wand' style remote and i like that you don't have to look down at it to operate the controls. the one also scores higher with the girlfriend. she hates using the 1000.
 

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