Logitech Halts Manufacturing of Harmony Remotes, Selling Off Remaining Inventory

Earlier this week, Logitech dropped a bomb on gadget lovers everywhere by announcing that it will cease production of new Harmony remotes.
The good news is the company will continue to support existing customers of its highly popular line of remote controls.
“We plan to support our Harmony community and new Harmony customers, which includes access to our software and apps to set up and manage your remotes,” the company said in a statement. “Customer and warranty support will continue to be offered.”
Most models of the remotes are still available for purchase and there is some inventory left over at Amazon, but it is unclear how long this will last. If you want a Harmony remote, snag one now.
Here is a rundown of the most popular remotes
“While there has been speculation that Logitech would discontinue the Harmony line, it’s great that the company is supporting existing customers well into the future,” said Tim Brennan, founder of UniversalRemoteReviews.com. “Still, it’s sad to see them go.”
Prices Subject to Change
UniversalRemoteReviews.com has noticed that prices for some Harmony remotes have increased dramatically since Logitech made the announcement. This trend may continue so our recommendation is that you buy now.
Full Reviews Available
You can read full reviews of all the Harmony remotes here in the  UniversalRemoteReviews.com blog.
2021 Comparison Chart & Deals Tracker
Earlier this year, we created a comparison chart and dynamic deals tracker that lets you compare the benefits and pricing on the most popular Harmony remotes side by side.
The tracker pulls in prices nightly from Amazon via direct integration with Amazon’s API.
About UniversalRemoteReviews.com
Founded by technical writer and blogger Tim Brennan, UniversalRemoteReviews.com is an online reviews website specializing in reviewing top-rated universal remote controls. The site is owned and operated by Writeinteractive, Inc. As an Amazon Associate, Writeinteractive earns a commission from qualifying purchases.
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