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Topic # 113498 18-Jan-2013 17:09
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In almost brand new condition as it's hardly been used.
In the original box with manual and software disc (although you would want to download the latest software from Logitech.)

Includes:

- Harmony 90 Universal Remote which supports iR and RF
- Charging cradle and power supply
- Rechargeable battery
- RF Receiver / iR Blaster and power supply
- Two extra mini iR Blasters
- USB cable to connect remote to your PC/MAC for programming

Wanting $300 plus shipping.





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  Reply # 747040 18-Jan-2013 17:43
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Hi, given these are brand new in some places for $320, I think you might be fortunate to find a buyer at that price. I'd be keen at $220 you can message me if you are interested.



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  Reply # 747052 18-Jan-2013 17:55
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Really?

The RRP price is $499!
Might keep it then if that's what they are selling for now.

I would go to $280.




 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 747054 18-Jan-2013 18:00
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Yup really. Check Pricespy. You might be better to keep it, they are good remotes, I have the ONE, and I was just considering the IR and Hard Buttons for Colours. Like I said, I am happy to take it off your hands if you want to get rid of it.

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  Reply # 747347 19-Jan-2013 13:15
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How much did you pay for it? I doubt it was $499...



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  Reply # 747377 19-Jan-2013 15:10
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Can't remember exactly as it was a couple of years ago.
Back then retail price I think was about $649 but I didn't pay that much for it.
Think it was around $400-$450.

I would keep it but I have no real use for it as I have a htpc and a tv and control both from a Microsoft remote.
No receiver or anything else to control.






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  Reply # 748009 20-Jan-2013 23:08
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Update:

$280 for the remote and I'll chuck in a couple of Hoyts movie vouchers which I think are worth $16.50 each.
The vouchers expire in June 2013.




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