WIN – Sony Children’s Remote – 25 Days of Christmas Giveaways

Sony’s introduces a new “child-friendly” remote control – a fun and affordable gift option for kids this holiday season!


Fun, Colorful New Universal Remote Designed and Built for Kids


Designed with mothers and built for kids, the new children’s remote, model RM-KZ1 makes controlling the TV fun, simple and easy.


The colorful, durably constructed new RM-KZ1 Children’s Remote is splash proof and features locked down battery and programming compartments. Additionally, it has a “volume limiting” feature that does not allow volume to be changed +/- 3 steps within 30 seconds.


Built for small hands, the RM-KZ1 remote features up to seven parent assignable “favorites” buttons, allowing parents to maintain control over channel availability, and can control up to two components (TV – Sat/Cable). Further, multi-beam IR allows for improved reliability while changing channels.


Sony’s RM-KZ1 Children’s Remote Control is currently available at Target Stores and online at both Target and Sony Style. Click here to visit Sony Style’s website.

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