One For All Comfort Line 5 review

The One For All Comfort Line 5 is simple, easy to control and is comfortable and lightweight. At this price that makes it a steal Tested at £16

What Hi-Fi? Verdict

It's simple, easy to control and is comfortable and lightweight. At this price that makes it a steal

Pros

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    Simple and easy to use

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    comfortable

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    lightweight

Cons

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    At this price, nothing of note

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There's nothing wrong with keeping things simple, especially at the right price.

This One For All Comfort Line 5 (also known as the URC 7950) is a case in point. You program it by finding your device's brand in the booklet and inputting a code into the remote.

You do a quick test to see if it works – if it does, you're sorted, if not, you try the next on the list.

Obviously it's fairly trial-and-error, and of course the remote has no options to setup activities, but for fairly small systems (five devices is the maximum) this is great for £16, especially given how lightweight and comfortable it is in the hand.

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