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Logitech Harmony One UK - Advanced Universal Remote Control

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  • Advanced remote control with full-colour touch screen for your home entertainment system
  • Full-colour touch screen provides easy, one-touch access to activities
  • Sculpted backlit buttons allow you to navigate easily - even in the dark
  • Replaces up to 15 remotes, reducing clutter and complexity in the living room
  • The ergonomic shape fits comfortably in your hand
  • The rechargeable remote eliminates the worry about changing batteries
  • 2-year guarantee
  • Full product support
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  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 10 x 10 cm ; 100 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 1.4 Kg
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  • Item model number: 915-000038
  • ASIN: B0012RHQN4
  • Date first available at 1 Feb 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (300 customer reviews)


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Product Description

Logitech Harmony One+

One touch changes everything

With control of up to 15 devices and one-touch activity controls, this is the only remote you may ever need.


One-touch activity controls

Say good-bye to cheat sheets. Everyone in the family can select what they want to do—such as “Watch TV” or “Watch a DVD”—and your Harmony remote switches the right devices to the right settings.

You just want to watch a movie. But you need to lay your hands on several remote controls, then press the right buttons in the right order. And if you make a mistake—or have to explain it to your parents or your babysitter—well, then it takes even longer. One-touch activity-based control is the answer. One remote. One touch. That’s all it takes to watch a DVD, listen to the radio, watch TV or play a game. With a Harmony remote with one-touch activity-based controls, your whole family (and the babysitter) can easily turn on the entertainment they want—without any help.

Full-colour touch screen

Once you’re set up, the icons you need—whether for your favourite activities or your favourite channels—appear on the easy-to-read screen, so controlling your entertainment is one touch away.


Your remote can go for weeks between charges.* The recharging cradle keeps your remote within arm’s reach, and always charged and ready–so you won’t be looking for batteries when you want to be watching TV.

Ergonomic design with backlit buttons

Backlit buttons in logical zones allow you to find the right channel even in the dark.

The remote is stable and balanced so that it fits comfortably in your hand making it easier to use.

Home theatre and DVR support

You have control of devices connected to an A/V receiver—such as Blu-ray players, game systems and home-theatre PCs—plus DVR commands like List and Live.

Harmony One+
Replaces up to 15 remotes

You can control your home-entertainment devices with a single remote—and say good-bye to that jumble of remotes on the coffee table.

From VHS to Blu-ray and beyond

Harmony already works with more than 5,000 brands and 225,000 devices. And our library of home entertainment devices grows every day. So, you can be sure your remote will work with what you own today and what you add tomorrow.

Harmony One+, easy online setup
Easy, online setup

You connect your Harmony remote to your computer and tell us what equipment you have. Then sit back and let our online software walk you through the setup process.

Thanks to IR learning, you can even teach your remote specific commands using your existing remotes. Then program those commands to any button you choose.

If you have questions, you get 90 days of free phone and e-mail support as well as unlimited access to our user forums and online videos.

* Actual battery life will vary with use, settings and environmental conditions. Rechargeable batteries have a limited number of charge cycles.

What you need

For setup:
  • USB port
  • CD-ROM drive
  • Internet access

Windows-based PC

  • Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7

Intel-based Mac computer

  • Mac OS X 10.4 or later

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

112 of 115 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Steven T. Wilkinson on 27 Aug 2008
Without a doubt the best universal remote i have come across, easy to use, easy to set up*, and looks the part. The colour screen is clear and the backlit buttons perfect.

I read all of the reviews before i bought this and thought that i would have to spend over an hour setting everything up, but as long as you do your planning right* you will be up and running in no time. (30 mins max)

I found the software easy to use (i'm no pc expert) and the troubleshoot system very good. (remote didnt turn Sky+ on/off at first but easily rectified via following clear & concise instructions)

The remote will not control your Wii or PS3 as it does not use bluetooth** but i found this a bonus, sometimes you need to switch back to watch tv without turning off the game console (especially if the kids are half way thru a level and will lose their progress if the system shuts down (the usual excuse for "five more mins pls dad")). You can still set everything up to switch to the right input etc then just push the wii/PS remote on/off button.

* To set up properly and quickly i would recommend:
Download your favourite channel icons from: []
Make a note of all your favourite channel numbers
Get the exact model numbers of your kit (Most on front or back of systems) but not needed for Wii / PlayStations etc
If using an AV amp make a note of your input settings
Tell the wife/kids etc they cant use tv for 30 mins and leave you alone!

**Logitech now provide an optional PS3 adapter bought separately

One last note, go to the Logitech home page ( ) to check your systems compatability first, this is a great way to make sure that this remote will actually replace all your others. No point in spending any money on something that only does half the job, but i doubt you will be disappointed.
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60 of 63 people found the following review helpful By M. Swainston on 14 Dec 2008
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I've upgraded from a Logitech Harmony 525 to the Harmony One and it's a definite improvement but they've still got a way to go before it's perfect. Like I say I'm not new to these remotes but it still took a while to set up, so I can see how it would be off-putting for a lot of people. That said, now it's up and running, it does precisely what it is supposed to do. The 4 remotes that I wanted to replace are now tucked away in a drawer and look likely to stay there. Compared to the Harmony 525 it has a much better feel, the buttons don't feel cheap as they did on the 525, and there's no longer any lag between pressing a button and something actually happening.

On to the bad stuff...
The software is poor. You can spend time arranging stuff, go into a new tab and then find that all of your previous work was erased because you didn't save it.
Lack of physical red, green, blue and yellow buttons. Yes you can put them onto the screen but it's just not the same (see my next point below). A real backwards step as my old 525 had them.
The touch screen is a nice idea but very imprecise. I frequently end up selecting something other than what I wanted to pick. Poor.

Overall I've given it 3 stars but it's by no means bad and I'm happy with mine, I just feel that Logitech were close to having a superb universal remote with the 525 and the Harmony One still feels like work in progress.
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73 of 77 people found the following review helpful By Meloquin on 8 Aug 2008
After receiving the remote and inspecting the fabulously styled remote and charging cradle, information is transferred to the remote by connecting a USB cable to a hidden connector on the remote - After a wait for the initial charging period to finish - then it was time to begin programming the remote!

I was replacing 6 remotes (Sky+, 42" Sharp Aquos, Sony Bluray, Sony AV Receiver, Sony SACD & HDMI switch), and attempting to make switching from one activity to another as simple as possible for my whole family.

Setup for the devices was relatively easy, but not as straightforward as the manual would suggest. The programming procedure is by means of a PC based application and an online database of devices and their codes. By selecting type of device, manufacturer, then model you can filter down to the exact model you have, failing that the Harmony 1 will perform as a learning remote, but still requiring the PC based application to manage the learning process and attribute the learnt code to a chosen button.

It all went smoothly, and then it's time to program the Activities, such as 'watch a film' which in my situation involves turning on the TV, turning the volume down (a mute signal means the TV screen displays a 'mute' message!) and selecting the correct input, switching on the amp, and selecting the correct input - a macro. The remote performs flawlessly. If you then select 'listen to music' the remote 'knows' the current state of the devices (whether they're on/off etc) so will change the Amp's input, turn off the TV, and turn on the SACD player - it's seamless!!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By S. Tracey on 1 Feb 2009
Don't buy one until you've visited the Logitech website and understand how it works.

There are loads of complaints here from people who simply bought something they didn't understand,
and then reviewed it against their ignorant preconceptions of what it does.
First you need to set this up using a computer connected to the internet.
Secondly this is an activity based remote ( "Watch movie" or "Watch TV" etc.) not a device based remote.
Third the Harmony needs to control everything and remembers its 'state', therefore you cannot make manual adjustments to the equipment on the front panel without confusing things.

Eg. When I press the 'Watch TV" button, it turns on my plasma, turns on my amplifier, turns on my Freeview Plus box, switches the plasma to the amplifier input, turns the amp to the freeview input and turns on my lights. If I press "Watch movie" it turns on my DVD player and switches the amp input to DVD. Its up to you if you want it to turn off your unwanted devices or leave them on.

Hope this helps some people.
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