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Pros: None I can think of. I guess it's cool-looking, but a cool-looking coaster to set my drink on would be more useful.
Cons: Hard to program, couldn't get it to operate my Mitsu 82-inch DLP. Not all of the buttons light up, including the most usefull ones (if I could get them to work).
Other Thoughts: Well, I jumped on this becasue a 200 dollar remote for 40 bucks sounded good at the time. What a waste. I really feel sorry for anyone who has paid full price for this junk.
Monster stuff is all overpriced junk, I should have known better.
Don't tell me I'm an idiot for not getting it to work, either. I have programmed a Phillips Pronto using the IR hex codes. I am no idiot.
I was hoping this one would be easier to program/use than the Pronto, but it was not.
DO NOT BUY.
This review is from: Makita SH01ZW Cordless 3-3/8" Circular Saw
Pros: Compact design. I had one similar to this in the versa-pak series and am excited to have one with lithium batteries that will (should) have a charge when I need it.
Cons: I was surprised when no battery came with it, but the description does say "no battery" if I had read more carefully.
Other Thoughts: I was also surpised to find no battery in the box, but then I looked at the description again, and it DOES say "No battery or charger included". My mistake. I do not blame Newegg for this. I found a great 3-piece kit with two drills, a flashlight, two batteries and a charger for $129, so I am very happy.
You can get this saw and a battery & charger for 149, so 49 for just the saw is pretty dang good.
READ THE DESCRIPTION, FOLKS!
Pros: Fairly easy to program (easier than Harmony & Phillips' more expensive models).
Cons: Would not control my TV. My Mitsu TV was in the list, but the buttons never worked for it. Not gonna go thru the manual learning for all of my functions, too much trouble. I felt like there were important buttons (like the button to get to the "Devices" screen) that were not backlit.
Other Thoughts: I know why this item is on such huge clearance. There are just too many things wrong with it. Cool idea, poor implementation.READ FULL REVIEW