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Reviewed in the United States on March 7, 2021
Suspicious. Defective at best. Trojan horse at worst. I really don’t know. It seemed to work fine. Eats batteries in about a day. Got email from company wanting me to contact them for some update instructions to fix the battery problem, no instructions included - so they know it’s defective. In order to get hope for a remote that works or a refund, you have to send the unit back or contact them for instructions. Whatever goes on it involves vendor basically having control of a device behind my firewall. That’s suspicious. I can’t prove it’s a scam, but I am treating it as such. Device will be dismantled, inspected and, if nothing apparent indicating fraud, destroyed. If I find something inside that looks suspicious, it’s going to the police.