Don’t spend $100+ on a Logitech Harmony remote when Amazon’s best-selling universal remote is only $9

Maren Estrada

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Logitech Harmony remotes are fantastic for people who love gadgets and need to have the latest and greatest tech within arm’s reach at all time. For the rest of us, however, there are other much less expensive options out there to control all of our home entertainment devices. The best-selling universal remote on Amazon’s site is the GE 33709 Universal Remote Control, and it’s a perfect example of a cheaper option. How much cheaper, you ask? It’s only $9, and an upgraded version with backlighting that controls six devices instead of four costs less than $16!

Here’s some key info from the product page:

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  • MULTI-DEVICE CONTROL – Operate up to 4 different audio and video components such as TVs, Blu-Ray/DVD Players, Cable/Satellite Receivers, Roku boxes and other Streaming Media Players, Soundbars and More
  • BEST REMOTE CODE LIBRARY – This universal remote works with ALL MAJOR BRANDS and supports thousands of the latest audio/video equipment.
  • Does not work with Roku streaming stick, fire TV stick, or other RF streaming devices
  • SIMPLE SETUP – This remote comes pre-programmed for Roku and Samsung TVs and includes an easy to follow online setup video providing trouble-free setup, auto scan technology and a master volume control, allowing you to control the volume no matter what device you are operating
  • TRUSTED BRAND – GE is the leading brand in universal remote controls and is backed by free U.S.-based technical support. Call the experts at 800-654-8483 with any questions or issues about your purchase

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