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One For All Kameleon 8 review

Stylish looking handset, lack of software might appeal to some, bit of a hand full dimension wise. Tested at £70.00

Our Verdict

Huge handset that you set-up without software - learns quickly from other remotes.

For

  • Relatively stylish, no software involved

Against

  • Lack of software means the learning process can take a while

Another handset you set-up without software, the Kameleon 8 works by a series of test signals to find the appropriate channel for each of your devices.

This can take some time, though the handset learns quickly from other remotes, copying button-by-button until complete.

The main gripe with this remote is its sheer size: only the Jolly Green Giant would find this comfortable in the hand.

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