SKY111 Sky+ Remote Control

Stock Number: ES538921

Manufactured by Sky

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SKY111 Sky+ Remote Control

This original remote control operates Sky+ boxes and most popular brands of television. It is simple to set up, with four digit codes to operate your TV. Ideal for use in second set viewing applications in conjunction with global remote eye. Sit back and enjoy all the great shows from the comfort of your sofa!

Specification:

  • Type: SKY111

Requires 2 x AA batteries (not included)

For a list of AA batteries - click here

Genuine replacement remote control suitable for Sky+ boxes.

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Rated 4.7 out of 5 (36 customers)
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    By - Essex

    Arrived very quickly and i got it working immediately. Much better than our old remote, this one actually works from all sorts of angles and distances. Very pleased with it.
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    By - Surrey

    A great replacement for an original worn out sky remote - many thanks for your prompt service and value for money
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    This was easy to use, works brilliantly and I am very happy with my purchase.

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  • Q Will this control also work with a normal Sky digibox? 1 Answer

    By Sheeny - London - 10 June 2010

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      >How can I control my SKY Digibox with a SKY+ remote control? The sequence is: * TV * Hold Yellow+Select until LED flashes twice * 0 * Select * Sky To revert back, enter this sequence again but press the "1" button instead of "0".

      By Pinger - Bury, Lancs - 01 July 2010