SIG Electronics SIG Electronics: Logitech Harmony One Advanced Universal Remote $99.99 (Reg. $269.99) SIG Electronics: Logitech Harmony One $99.99

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Here's a pretty sweet deal on a well reviewed Logitech universal remote courtesy of SIG Electronics. Forum user Trifid has found the Logitech Harmony One Advanced Universal Remote on sale at SIG for $99.99 -- down from $269.99 and an awesome price if you're in the market for an all-in-one remote. If you're tired of using multiple remotes for the bevy of devices in your living room, the Harmony One is definitely the one remote to replace them all.

Though this particular model is discontinued, it has racked up 250 reviews with an average rating of 4/5 over at Logitech. The Harmony One can replace up to 15 remotes, features a colour touch screen and is ergonomically designed to fit comfortably in any hand. The rechargeable design keeps you from having to replace batteries and there's an online guided setup to help get you started. In short, anyone with a ton of home audio and video devices will be surprised to find one of these under the tree this year.

The deal is live now but expires on December 24.

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    • Anyone try to price match at futureshop?
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    • Very good deal. Thx, think ill pick one up.
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    • Zhitnik wrote:
      Dec 21st, 2012 7:24 pm
      Anyone try to price match at futureshop?
      Also want to know this
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    • Zhitnik wrote:
      Dec 21st, 2012 7:24 pm
      Anyone try to price match at futureshop?
      Does futureshop still have stock? I will go try today if they do!
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    • Pm with FS/BB at SIG is a huge YMMV (then again, when isn't PMing at FS/BB). CSRs will most likely jump all over the limit of 1 per customer at SIG. Not sure if its worth the hassle for the $10 savings - but to each their own.
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    • Just came from Coventry Hills Future Shop in Calgary. They matched it with ease. No hassle whatsoever. Final price $89.99 + GST. They still had 5-6 in stock when I left.
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    • Just came from West Hills Bestbuy in Calgary.
      I reserved one online so I was going to price match when I go pick it up.
      They found it's out of stock so they price matched a Harmony Touch for me! Final price $89.99 for a $249.99 remote!!!
      Can't beat this deal!!!! :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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    • They should go easy on spiced up eggnog in Calgary Future Shops. :D
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    • Price matched at BB easily just now.
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    • vtec96 wrote:
      Dec 21st, 2012 10:37 pm
      They found it's out of stock so they price matched a Harmony Touch for me! Final price $89.99 for a $249.99 remote!!!

      I am jealous
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    • Thanks OP - PM'd at futureshop
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    • i have 1 Harmony Touch to sell, pm is any one interested. $180.00.

      (new, never open, with receipt)
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    • Thanks op priced match at futureshop
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    • Sweet I sold my used one for $110 a couple weeks ago.
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    • thirupiran wrote:
      Dec 21st, 2012 11:38 pm
      i have 1 Harmony Touch to sell, pm is any one interested. $180.00.

      (new, never open, with receipt)
      I will buy it for $113
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    • Nice!

      I've read mixed reviews on the Touch... let us know how you like it.
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    • so to clarify, these remotes make all other remotes "suck" ? I am getting a new reciever soon and i should not expect to use that remote for all my controls?

      I have a blue ray, dvd, the bell fibe box, and maybe a wii atm.

      Someone eplain this it looks cool but is it really necesary or just pushing the envelope even further? :)
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    • dreaderus wrote:
      Dec 22nd, 2012 2:13 am
      so to clarify, these remotes make all other remotes "suck" ? I am getting a new reciever soon and i should not expect to use that remote for all my controls?

      I have a blue ray, dvd, the bell fibe box, and maybe a wii atm.

      Someone eplain this it looks cool but is it really necesary or just pushing the envelope even further? :)
      Prior to getting my Harmony One, I had about 7 remotes - and one VERY unhappy wife who dreaded trying to watch a Movie, etc. The One brought definite harmony to her relationship with our HT (and our relationship as well).

      There are plenty of reviews on the Harmony - see the CNet review in my OP (http://reviews.cnet.com/remote-controls ... 25878.html) - but essentially you setup all of your devices via a Web UI and then choose activities (such as 'Watch TV", "Watch a Blu-ray", Play Wii (although it cannot control a Wii - Bluetooth), Play XBox (which it can control), etc.) that use these devices. This sounds cumbersom, but is really simple - about 20 minutes to set it up. The Harmony One can be programmed for up to 15 devices.

      The Harmony uses Macros to turn on all your devices and set them to the proper inputs - it also intellegently overrides certain commands if they are not needed (such as not trying to turn the TV on when you switch from watching TV to watch a blu-ray as it is already on).

      If you have any kind of HT setup or have more than 3 remotes (or one wife/GF (or both :) ) you will be almost certainly be very pleased with the Harmony One.
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    • hows the battery life? does the screen drain?
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    • also does this sort of invalidate a good reciever? or just enhances it
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