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Journeys Edge Universal Pillow Remote - Controls 6 Devices

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Journeys Edge Universal Pillow Remote - Controls 6 Devices
Control all your entertainment devices with style and comfort with the Universal Pillow Remote by Journey's Edge. This unique soft pillow serves as a remote control for up to 6 devices at once. The Universal Pillow Remote features large easy-to-read buttons, auto-power off function, and operates just like a regular remote. Changing the batteries is simple. Un-zip the hidden pocket and insert 2 AAA batteries (not included).
  • Universal remote
  • Controls up to 6 devices
  • Use with TV, DVD, audio receiver, satellite box, VCR, and more
  • Large, easy to read fabric buttons
  • Auto power-off function
  • Soft and comfortable padding
  • Complements any setting
  • Cover and filler are 100% polyester
  • Uses 2 AAA batteries (not included)
  • No assembly required
  • Measures 11.2"W x 5.9"H x 11.8"D
  • Weighs 1 lbs
  • Made in China.
additional information
FBS-062413

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Journeys Edge Universal Pillow Remote - Controls 6 Devices
 
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1.0

Did not work well

By NedN

from NY NY

About Me Midrange Shopper

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Pros

  • Easy Enough To Program
  • Good Looking
  • Great idea
  • Uses 3 To Set Up Codes

Cons

  • Apple Tv No
  • Doesn't Work W All Devic
  • Fugitsu Tv No
  • Marantz Reciever No

Best Uses

  • My Case Only Cable Works

Comments about Journeys Edge Universal Pillow Remote - Controls 6 Devices:

Great concept, lousy execution. It would seems the codes they are using are not updated. These device would be so much better if they allowed for a learning mode. A pain the tush to program but at least it would work.

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