SPIN Remote: The Universal Twist Remote For Your Gadgets

SPIN Remote: The Universal Twist Remote For Your Gadgets

These days, almost all your gadgets come with a dedicated app for added functionality. But what about your stuff that uses a remote control?

Now there might be a way to help those tools catch up with the rest of your devices.

SPIN remote on black desk orange

Robust Control For Your Electronics

The SPIN remote can help you get rid of that pile of remote controls on your couch. It connects to your equipment through infrared, as well as your smart devices. This means you use the same device to control your old TV and turn down the temperature on your new digital thermostat.

Harness The Power Of Infrared

Remember when phones used infrared to transfer files? Bluetooth has quickly replaced infrared technology, but that doesn’t mean it’s not useful anymore. The SPIN remote uses infrared to control your devices, but instead of sending out the signal in one direction, it blasts the signal in multiple directions.

No more finding awkward angles to change the volume on your TV. With the SPIN remote, you can control your electronics with your back turned!

SPIN remote with app on couch

Simple Features

One of the biggest downfalls of traditional remote controls is all of the buttons you don’t actually use. Most people only use between 5-8 commands. What about the other 25-30 buttons on the remote?

To solve this issue, the creators of SPIN remote lets users customize the commands associated with each control, eliminating the need for bulky, large controllers!

SPIN remote pieces

Macros For Twice The Fun

The SPIN remote doesn’t stop at single commands. The official app allows individuals to string together a set of actions (macros) for full customization. With the push of a button, you can turn the lights off, turn your sound system on and power up your digital devices.

The smart remote also comes with presets for those who want to get up and running as soon as possible.

Meet Michael Cheng

Michael is a writer, tech enthusiast and marathon trainer. He enjoys building connections, fiddling with new gadgets and spending time outdoors.
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