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Let Your Kids Browse Through Parent-Approved Programs with Sony's New Remote

by Suzanne Kantra on October 26, 2010

Sony RM-KZ1 RemoteWhether you’re trying to limit access to a few channels or give younger viewers a remote control they can actually use, Sony’s colorful, durably constructed RM-KZ1 Children’s Remote fits the bill.

Assign preferred channels to the seven numbered buttons and prevent dramatic swings in volume with a volume-limiting feature that prevents levels from changing up or down more than three steps within 30 seconds.

The RM-KZ1 is small enough to be easily worked by small hands and splash proof for those inevitable accidents. Locked down battery and programming compartments provide extra security.

Sony’s RM-KZ1 Children’s Remote Control is currently available at Target Stores and for about $15.


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