Long time ago i was looking for an all in one remote control to get rid off my 4+ remote controls, then a few days ago me & Ali went to Hawali and we spotted Best Buy (the Kuwaiti version), it was the first time for me in Best Buy KWT. I liked it, it was well organized with an up to date gadgets i even saw a variety of Logitech’s Universal Remotes.

What comes in the box:

  • Harmony One remote control.
  • Base station.
  • AC adapter with 6′ DC output cord (DC Output: 5V/0.8A).
  • Lithium-Ion rechargeable battery (950mAh/3.7V).
  • 63″ USB cable with in-line noise filter (has a USB Type A connector on one end and a mini-USB “Version 2.0” connector on the other end).
  • Cleaning cloth.
  • Logitech Harmony Remote 7.4 software disc (for Windows Vista/XP/2000 and Mac OS X 10.3+)
  • Harmony One Installation manual (English/Spanish/French/Portuguese)
  • Logitech Harmony One Features Guide.
  • Harmony Customer Support numbers.
  • Information booklet.

After using it for around 4 days i noticed the following:


  • Sleek design
  • Sharp LCD that offers a touch-screen interface
  • Web programmable via Windows or Mac PCs
  • excellent button layout and design
  • rechargeable lithium-ion battery and docking station.


  • Little bit pricey.
  • Touch screen requires you to look at the remote to be sure you hit the correct buttons.
  • Glossy black finish shows fingerprints.

It is available in Amazon for around KD52 (without Aramex shipping) and i bought it for KD55.


This entry was posted on Thursday, November 6th, 2008 at 12:03 am

9 Responses to “Logitech Harmony One”

  1. ME says:

    what can u control with it? how many devices? can u pair it with a device not already in the database i.e. does it have the capacity to learn?

  2. Mishary says:

    ME TV, Receiver, DVD, … ect. and it can handle as much as you can and also regarding the capacity to learn yes it does.

  3. Abdullah says:

    Mishary, Thank you so much for this useful review.

    I’ve been stuck in finding a suitable URC to control different projectors that I lost their remote controls. its not easy to find a URC that controls projectors unless it is programmable RC.

    I’ve just visited it’s site and checked that it is compatible with most of my projectors.

    thank you again ! 😀

  4. Mishary says:

    Abdullah Then this is for you and your welcome 😛

  5. Die-Na-Mite says:

    Having a universal remote can make a big difference. I know what you mean because I used to have like 4 remote controls. When I got my Bose speakers I synchronized all the other appliances using the Bose universal remote and it was such a blast to use only 1 remote, but then it becomes a bother to switch between them with a button (at least to me, its shocking i’m this lazy). Anyway, I dont doubt the quality of logitech. They never disappointed me with anything.

  6. Spur says:

    i’ve always loved logitech
    they make great products, especially their sound system:D

  7. DVLz says:

    Glossy black finish shows fingerprints. Just wear gloves when you use it LOL.
    I wanted to get one long ago but then i decided to wait cause I couldn’t find an IR 240V light switch. I was planning to turn lights on and off using remote 7ady lazy. As for the price you can get it cheaper than 50KD.

  8. Bojacob says:

    The thing rules. The only issue I have with it is the sometimes slow response of their web server. Especially since you have to click through like 10 screens to get one activity done.

  9. KTDP says:

    it’s pretty good. The only thing is that it doesn’t come with a repeater built in.