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One For All Energy Saver review

Got a load of kit that spends half the day on standby? This Energy Saver remote is a good option Tested at £40.00

Our Verdict

A good idea that lacks a little on the execution front

For

  • Good energy saver option.

Against

  • Looks and feels uninspiring

The Energy Saver consists of the URC-8350 universal learning remote control and HC-8000 Power Plug.

As well as controlling up to four AV devices, the remote can switch a maximum of 14 Power Plugs into power-saving mode.

Setting up is a simple matter of inputting codes from your instruction manuals.

Got a load of kit
It looks and feels pretty uninspiring, but if you've got a load of kit that spends half the day on standby, the Energy Saver is a good option.

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