• Sideclick Universal Remote Attachment for Roku streaming player
  • Sideclick Universal Remote Attachment for Roku streaming player
  • Sideclick Universal Remote Attachment for Roku streaming player
  • Sideclick Universal Remote Attachment for Roku streaming player
  • Sideclick Universal Remote Attachment for Roku streaming player
  • Sideclick Universal Remote Attachment for Roku streaming player
  • Sideclick Universal Remote Attachment for Roku streaming player
  • Sideclick Universal Remote Attachment for Roku streaming player
Sideclick Universal Remote Attachment for Roku streaming player
Sideclick Universal Remote Attachment for Roku streaming player
Sideclick Universal Remote Attachment for Roku streaming player
Sideclick Universal Remote Attachment for Roku streaming player
Sideclick Universal Remote Attachment for Roku streaming player
Sideclick Universal Remote Attachment for Roku streaming player
Sideclick Universal Remote Attachment for Roku streaming player
Sideclick Universal Remote Attachment for Roku streaming player

Sideclick Universal Remote Attachment for Roku streaming player

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  • Slim universal remote attachment for Roku streaming player
  • Control the basic functions of your tv, receiver, sound bar, blu ray and Roku device all-in-one
  • Easy to program using ir learning technology, Also compatible with Roku enabled TVs (Insignia, LG, Sharp, TCL, Hisense, Haier)
  • Sideclick's patent pending clip-on design allows you to maintain Roku voice search
  • Sideclick will cover the headphone jack on the Roku remotes

Customer Reviews

Best idea! This was an amazing find. I hated that the Roku remote couldn't control the volume or turn on/off the TV. This item allows one to add control features from different remotes. I made the power, button turn on/off the TV; the plus/minus buttons control the TV volume. The "A" button turns on the home theater system. The up and down arrows control the theater system volume. Sweet! Now I can use one control. The instructions were very brief and didn't explain the process well. You have to face the infra red of the remote you wish to minic to the infra red of this device, and push the button on the device you wish to mimic. The way this clips to the Roku is very secure. It's not that easy to snap off. 5On major flaw for me. This guy's pretty neat except for one major flaw. It covers the audio jack. I use the headphones with my Roku often, so I hate that I can't when this thing is on the remote. I only wanted power. volume and input anyway, so I wonder if they'll ever make one that a bit smaller and still allows access to the jack? Oh well. To bad Roku is missing the boat on this with their own remotes. 1Best Roku accessory; Sturdy This is a great product. I was tired of using three remotes in my living room. It's easy to snap to the Roku remote and even easier to program. The range is good and doesn't require weird angles for adjusting my sound bar. I just wish there were an extra button or two. If a new model comes out with at least one extra button I will buy it in a heartbeat.My buttons are setup below from top to bottom.- TV power- Sound bar volume up (also turns it on)- Sound bar volume down- TV arrow right (this also acts as "select" on my TV)- TV arrow down- TV menu (allows me to navigate the long way to different inputs and sleep timer. This is why I'd like at least one more button.)- Sound bar optical input- Sound bar Bluetooth inputIf my sound bar would cycle through inputs rather than have a specific IR function for each, then I guess I could gain back the extra button I want. I may purchase another Sideclick for my bedroom in the future.1/31/2018:I forgot this was in my lap and when I stood up and turned I kicked it pretty hard for being an accident. It flew away from me, hitting the floor and sliding until it smashed a 1" lip with a metal guard. The Roku remote only slid a small amount out of the clip, but was still held in place with plenty of force. I was worried when I saw the power and volume buttons of the Sideclick depressed. It turned out the casing by the IR sensor popped open. I popped it back in easily and everything was fine.This thing is pretty sturdy. 4Cheap materials, flaky functionality Where to begin? Bought two of these based on reviews here and elsewhere, but they're both on their way back to Amazon. One didn't even make it out of the packaging. The one I tried worked fine initially -- learning from the TV remote was simple. However, that's an especially good thing because it seemed to forget the code after just a couple minutes and I would have to force it to re-learn the commands all over again. For example, if I programmed the power button, it would work for maybe a minute, then stop doing anything until I reprogrammed it. Beyond that, the construction is cheap plastic and not particularly sturdy, and it completely unbalances the remote so it's uncomfortable to use. Very disappointing. 2FINE PRINT: DONT buy for new Ultra model. Box and website state this fits the Roku Ultra, however, neither the part that is stated to fit the Ultra nor any of the othe Roku parts fit the Ultra or I guess I should say my Ultra.Apparently the Roku s that are in stores this year is actually a second generation Roku and the one from last year is actually the one this remote is designed to fit. Roku calls both booths Ultra with little to indicate they are different versions. However the remotes have different dimensions and the part SideClick states is for Ultra doesn t quite fit the new Ultra. I ve contacted SideClick for a correct fit but have heard no response. There is also nothing to be found on their website about obtaining the correct part for the Roku Ultra from this year. 2I quickly feel in love. We use Roku everywhere in our house I bought my first 1 of these on a bit of a impulse in a store. I quickly feel in love. We use Roku everywhere in our house. All 7 of the 8 TVs have one and the 1 without is a Sharp Roku TV so it is built in. Anyway having multiple remotes is a massive pain. These do not work for big AV systems because they can't handle that many functions. So we use a Logitech on our Home Theater but I now have these on all 6 other systems. For all other purposes these are excellent I highly recommend them. The only drawbacks to them is that they block the headset jack. and a mute button. Now for the headset jack you can pull it off or move it way down but that is not ideal. For the mute button you can use any button you like but that is not ideal. Mute is one of the more common TV functions so it really should have a dedicated labeled button. Even with these drawbacks this is a great product. 4Best possible setup to eliminate remotes! (Stop the remote Bandits in your house!) Having enjoyed the Sideclick remote for the Amazon Fire TV (used it with both the stick and the box, 5-stars for both applications), I decided it was high time to end the situation of having a TV remote, sound bar remote, and Roku remote in my bedroom. My toddler, now 4 (was 3 in my previous review) still has this great fascination with remotes =-) so the less of them hanging around the better. I include all this, as these days people are skeptical of emphatically positive online reviews. However, I can assure you I am in fact no shill (don't think shills make videos while wearing ugly socks.. hope my wife doesn't see this), this product is legitimately one of the best thing's I've ever purchased tech wise when it comes to value, quality and ease of use and it helps with my toddler remote bandit!The packaging is well done, and easy to open, the device is very simple to install and fits flush solidly with the Roku remote. The remote fits into the bracket securely without being hard to install (was able to remove and replace it while filming the review while still holding the phone).Programming is so easy, I actually do it one handed on my counter in the video review, I mean it.. can't get much easier than that. The IR range is equivalent to my normal remotes, haven't ever had an issue, and battery life has been superb so far, haven't replaced the stock set of batteries in my Fire TV sideclick (which is the same device just a different bracket) and I've owned it for several months of daily use.This product is a great example of a start-up that managed their product development team, marketing team, and QA teams very well, and it resulted in a product I've recommended at work, and to family members (just purchased another Fire TV side click for my parents today). If they can tempt me to make a video review (my first ever) while in my socks eating my breakfast, it's probably a pretty good product.Stop the remote bandits in your house today! Get a sideclick =-) 5I hear it's great --if it works with your older equipment. I wanted to love this Sideclick for my Roku Streaming Stick+, but I'm returning it the same day I received it. I have a 4 year-old LG HDTV, a 2 year old LG soundbar, a 3 year old Samsung soundbar, and a 5 year old Sony blu ray player. The Sideclick would not "pair" with any of them.I followed all of the in package and online instructions from Sideclick, including putting fresh batteries in all my older remotes; nothing worked. There's apparently no database available for programming or updating my older remotes --or this brand new Sideclick-- to enable them all to pair, so that essentially makes the Sideclick a $20 paperweight in my house.BE ADVISED that Sideclick will NOT PAIR with RF or blue tooth remotes; it will work only with IR remotes. NOTE the third bullet point in the item description's fine print: "Easy to program using IR learning technology...." (Based on the "testing" behaviors of my older remotes, I'd have sworn they are IR, but the Sideclick simply did not "learn" from them. So....back to the seller it goes. Darn it.) 2Decent 8 function remote Nice addition to the Roku remote. Adds basic remote functions to your Roku remote. It is slim enough that you should have no problem reaching all the buttons with the thumb of one hand.This will not completely replace your TV remote or a full universal remote since you have just 8 buttons to work with., power, volume up/down, channel up/down, input, A, B. Programming took a little more effort than I expected since My LG remote only uses IR for the power button. All other functions use radio frequency. If your TV remote uses RF instead of IR for most of its functions you either need a full featured universal remote or a phone with IR emitter and remote control app like the Peel remote app to program things like volume, channel, input. The remote doesn't have a dedicated mute, but the A or B buttons can be programmed to serve as your mute and remaining button programmed to 1 more function of your choice.One other very minor drawback, the Sideclick covers the headphone jack. Easy fix is to use the Roku Smartphone app and use your phone's headphone jack instead for private listening. This has the added bonus of no longer draining your remote's batteries quite a bit faster when you want to use headphones. You can also just remove the Slideclick pretty easily to get access to the headphone jack. 4Simple solution Stumbled across this in an article when researching cord cutting strategies. I have a Roku Ultra and have struggled with having to use a universal remote to turn on my TV and sound bar. This is a genius and simple idea, and it allows you to continue using the RF Roku remote and hide the box out of site. It takes your universal, and attaches it to the Roku remote. It was super easy to program and works like a charm. I have no problem at all with how it "feels in your hand". The other advantage is when my mother-in-law comes over to babysit, she can figure out the TV much easier than my Harmony remote.The Cons: It does cover the headphone jack, but in my living room I don't really use that feature much. Also, it only uses single function buttons. So, that means the power button turns the tv on only. I had to program the extra A button to turn my sound bar off and on. Not the worst thing in the world, but someone I'd love to see in a future model. For any advanced navigation on the TV I'll need to pull out the original remote, but 90% of the time this thing gets the job done. 5
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  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.hk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
Description
  • Slim universal remote attachment for Roku streaming player
  • Control the basic functions of your tv, receiver, sound bar, blu ray and Roku device all-in-one
  • Easy to program using ir learning technology, Also compatible with Roku enabled TVs (Insignia, LG, Sharp, TCL, Hisense, Haier)
  • Sideclick's patent pending clip-on design allows you to maintain Roku voice search
  • Sideclick will cover the headphone jack on the Roku remotes
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Best idea! This was an amazing find. I hated that the Roku remote couldn't control the volume or turn on/off the TV. This item allows one to add control features from different remotes. I made the power, button turn on/off the TV; the plus/minus buttons control the TV volume. The "A" button turns on the home theater system. The up and down arrows control the theater system volume. Sweet! Now I can use one control. The instructions were very brief and didn't explain the process well. You have to face the infra red of the remote you wish to minic to the infra red of this device, and push the button on the device you wish to mimic. The way this clips to the Roku is very secure. It's not that easy to snap off. 5On major flaw for me. This guy's pretty neat except for one major flaw. It covers the audio jack. I use the headphones with my Roku often, so I hate that I can't when this thing is on the remote. I only wanted power. volume and input anyway, so I wonder if they'll ever make one that a bit smaller and still allows access to the jack? Oh well. To bad Roku is missing the boat on this with their own remotes. 1Best Roku accessory; Sturdy This is a great product. I was tired of using three remotes in my living room. It's easy to snap to the Roku remote and even easier to program. The range is good and doesn't require weird angles for adjusting my sound bar. I just wish there were an extra button or two. If a new model comes out with at least one extra button I will buy it in a heartbeat.My buttons are setup below from top to bottom.- TV power- Sound bar volume up (also turns it on)- Sound bar volume down- TV arrow right (this also acts as "select" on my TV)- TV arrow down- TV menu (allows me to navigate the long way to different inputs and sleep timer. This is why I'd like at least one more button.)- Sound bar optical input- Sound bar Bluetooth inputIf my sound bar would cycle through inputs rather than have a specific IR function for each, then I guess I could gain back the extra button I want. I may purchase another Sideclick for my bedroom in the future.1/31/2018:I forgot this was in my lap and when I stood up and turned I kicked it pretty hard for being an accident. It flew away from me, hitting the floor and sliding until it smashed a 1" lip with a metal guard. The Roku remote only slid a small amount out of the clip, but was still held in place with plenty of force. I was worried when I saw the power and volume buttons of the Sideclick depressed. It turned out the casing by the IR sensor popped open. I popped it back in easily and everything was fine.This thing is pretty sturdy. 4Cheap materials, flaky functionality Where to begin? Bought two of these based on reviews here and elsewhere, but they're both on their way back to Amazon. One didn't even make it out of the packaging. The one I tried worked fine initially -- learning from the TV remote was simple. However, that's an especially good thing because it seemed to forget the code after just a couple minutes and I would have to force it to re-learn the commands all over again. For example, if I programmed the power button, it would work for maybe a minute, then stop doing anything until I reprogrammed it. Beyond that, the construction is cheap plastic and not particularly sturdy, and it completely unbalances the remote so it's uncomfortable to use. Very disappointing. 2FINE PRINT: DONT buy for new Ultra model. Box and website state this fits the Roku Ultra, however, neither the part that is stated to fit the Ultra nor any of the othe Roku parts fit the Ultra or I guess I should say my Ultra.Apparently the Roku s that are in stores this year is actually a second generation Roku and the one from last year is actually the one this remote is designed to fit. Roku calls both booths Ultra with little to indicate they are different versions. However the remotes have different dimensions and the part SideClick states is for Ultra doesn t quite fit the new Ultra. I ve contacted SideClick for a correct fit but have heard no response. There is also nothing to be found on their website about obtaining the correct part for the Roku Ultra from this year. 2I quickly feel in love. We use Roku everywhere in our house I bought my first 1 of these on a bit of a impulse in a store. I quickly feel in love. We use Roku everywhere in our house. All 7 of the 8 TVs have one and the 1 without is a Sharp Roku TV so it is built in. Anyway having multiple remotes is a massive pain. These do not work for big AV systems because they can't handle that many functions. So we use a Logitech on our Home Theater but I now have these on all 6 other systems. For all other purposes these are excellent I highly recommend them. The only drawbacks to them is that they block the headset jack. and a mute button. Now for the headset jack you can pull it off or move it way down but that is not ideal. For the mute button you can use any button you like but that is not ideal. Mute is one of the more common TV functions so it really should have a dedicated labeled button. Even with these drawbacks this is a great product. 4Best possible setup to eliminate remotes! (Stop the remote Bandits in your house!) Having enjoyed the Sideclick remote for the Amazon Fire TV (used it with both the stick and the box, 5-stars for both applications), I decided it was high time to end the situation of having a TV remote, sound bar remote, and Roku remote in my bedroom. My toddler, now 4 (was 3 in my previous review) still has this great fascination with remotes =-) so the less of them hanging around the better. I include all this, as these days people are skeptical of emphatically positive online reviews. However, I can assure you I am in fact no shill (don't think shills make videos while wearing ugly socks.. hope my wife doesn't see this), this product is legitimately one of the best thing's I've ever purchased tech wise when it comes to value, quality and ease of use and it helps with my toddler remote bandit!The packaging is well done, and easy to open, the device is very simple to install and fits flush solidly with the Roku remote. The remote fits into the bracket securely without being hard to install (was able to remove and replace it while filming the review while still holding the phone).Programming is so easy, I actually do it one handed on my counter in the video review, I mean it.. can't get much easier than that. The IR range is equivalent to my normal remotes, haven't ever had an issue, and battery life has been superb so far, haven't replaced the stock set of batteries in my Fire TV sideclick (which is the same device just a different bracket) and I've owned it for several months of daily use.This product is a great example of a start-up that managed their product development team, marketing team, and QA teams very well, and it resulted in a product I've recommended at work, and to family members (just purchased another Fire TV side click for my parents today). If they can tempt me to make a video review (my first ever) while in my socks eating my breakfast, it's probably a pretty good product.Stop the remote bandits in your house today! Get a sideclick =-) 5I hear it's great --if it works with your older equipment. I wanted to love this Sideclick for my Roku Streaming Stick+, but I'm returning it the same day I received it. I have a 4 year-old LG HDTV, a 2 year old LG soundbar, a 3 year old Samsung soundbar, and a 5 year old Sony blu ray player. The Sideclick would not "pair" with any of them.I followed all of the in package and online instructions from Sideclick, including putting fresh batteries in all my older remotes; nothing worked. There's apparently no database available for programming or updating my older remotes --or this brand new Sideclick-- to enable them all to pair, so that essentially makes the Sideclick a $20 paperweight in my house.BE ADVISED that Sideclick will NOT PAIR with RF or blue tooth remotes; it will work only with IR remotes. NOTE the third bullet point in the item description's fine print: "Easy to program using IR learning technology...." (Based on the "testing" behaviors of my older remotes, I'd have sworn they are IR, but the Sideclick simply did not "learn" from them. So....back to the seller it goes. Darn it.) 2Decent 8 function remote Nice addition to the Roku remote. Adds basic remote functions to your Roku remote. It is slim enough that you should have no problem reaching all the buttons with the thumb of one hand.This will not completely replace your TV remote or a full universal remote since you have just 8 buttons to work with., power, volume up/down, channel up/down, input, A, B. Programming took a little more effort than I expected since My LG remote only uses IR for the power button. All other functions use radio frequency. If your TV remote uses RF instead of IR for most of its functions you either need a full featured universal remote or a phone with IR emitter and remote control app like the Peel remote app to program things like volume, channel, input. The remote doesn't have a dedicated mute, but the A or B buttons can be programmed to serve as your mute and remaining button programmed to 1 more function of your choice.One other very minor drawback, the Sideclick covers the headphone jack. Easy fix is to use the Roku Smartphone app and use your phone's headphone jack instead for private listening. This has the added bonus of no longer draining your remote's batteries quite a bit faster when you want to use headphones. You can also just remove the Slideclick pretty easily to get access to the headphone jack. 4Simple solution Stumbled across this in an article when researching cord cutting strategies. I have a Roku Ultra and have struggled with having to use a universal remote to turn on my TV and sound bar. This is a genius and simple idea, and it allows you to continue using the RF Roku remote and hide the box out of site. It takes your universal, and attaches it to the Roku remote. It was super easy to program and works like a charm. I have no problem at all with how it "feels in your hand". The other advantage is when my mother-in-law comes over to babysit, she can figure out the TV much easier than my Harmony remote.The Cons: It does cover the headphone jack, but in my living room I don't really use that feature much. Also, it only uses single function buttons. So, that means the power button turns the tv on only. I had to program the extra A button to turn my sound bar off and on. Not the worst thing in the world, but someone I'd love to see in a future model. For any advanced navigation on the TV I'll need to pull out the original remote, but 90% of the time this thing gets the job done. 5
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Return And Refund Policy
  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.

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