1. One For All Kameleon 8

    One For All Kameleon 8

    Stylish looking handset, lack of software might appeal to some, bit of a hand full dimension wise.

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  2. Logitech Harmony 785

    Logitech Harmony 785

    Another solid performer from the Harmony range, but does a colour screen really make it £50 better than the Harmony 555?

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  3. One For All PC Remote

    One For All PC Remote

    Simple set up, more suited to PC use but will easily control your other kit.

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  4. Philips SRU9600

    Philips SRU9600

    Stylish software-free performer, scroll wheel annoyance aside this measures up.

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  5. Logitech Harmony 895

    Logitech Harmony 895

    £230 is a lot of money for a handset, but if it means you can control your kit from anywhere maybe it's worth it...

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  7. Nevo SL

    Nevo SL

    It's a hefty price tag, but this remote would give Dumbledore wand envy.

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