Hello! I’m thinking of buying an IR-Blaster. I found these three options on the web: 1. BroadLink RM4 mini: sounds good to me because it’s from a brand that focuses on such products … 2. SwitchBot Hub mini: I don’t plan to use SwitchBots, I would use only for the IR part. Many people (YouTube) have found that the SwitchBot Hub has worked better than BroadLink. 3. Logitech Harmony Hub: Sounds very reliable. I could use it for about 90 euros – which is much more expensive than the others. I’d rather not go with this option … 4. LOOK.in Remote 2: That’s interesting – I first read about it on [this Post](https://www.homekit.blog.com/r/HomeKit/comments/kvui65/does_the_market_need_another_ir_blaster_with/?sort=new) and the official site is [here](https://look-in.club/en/devices/remote) connected. That product is very strange! Because, although you can buy it, I can’t find reviews about it on the web, which makes buying the Remote Control 2 very risky, right? But the native HomeKit support (with AC products) and that unique feature that always scans IR signals sent from “old” remotes, to be able to update the status of the application is interesting. Has anyone used LOOK in Remote? Or is it too risky to buy it, right? I would like to hear your opinion … If not – what other product would you recommend? Thanks!
IR – Blaster: LOOK.in Remote 2
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