Disclosure: I received this product for free to review. The opinions in my review are honest & my own.
Have you ever wished there was an easy way to get in your house without having to fight for your keys? While many of us go straight for our garage door opener while in the car, it is frustrating when we are out walking. No one wants to carry a big, bulky remote in their pocket, especially if they are walking dogs or carrying in a ton of groceries. I have more than once been in this situation, especially if I don’t want to fight with logging into my phone while dealing with the girls on our double leash. Luckily, I recently learned that Chamberlain had the perfect product for multi-tasking people like me – the Chamberlain Universal Mini Garage Door Remote.
Chamberlain Universal Mini Garage Door Remote: What is It?
Looking for a gift that is perfect for any homeowner? If so, we think you will love the Chamberlain Universal Mini Garage Door Remote. This innovative, universal remote allows you to securely let anyone in your home without having to give them your house key. Just open or close your garage with a push of the button, right from your keys or a small pocket. You can even control up to two garage doors from one remote. With its light, sleek, and compact design, it is easy for any homeowner and dog owner to easily get in and out of their garage with ease. As well, the unit is compatible with the Chamberlain MYQ Remote Light Control module, allowing you to turn on lights in and out of your home as well. Who knew that opening your garage could be so easy?
Chamberlain Universal Mini Garage Door Remote: Our Thoughts
As someone who doesn’t like having to dig for her keys, I have to say that I love the Chamberlain Universal Mini Garage Door Remote. This remote is smaller than most remotes I have seen in the market, perfect for putting on my keys. Best of all, it makes it very easy for me to open the garage door while managing two energetic, possibly very muddy dogs. While I love my dogs, I normally don’t like them coming in the front door covered in mud. As well, it works with any garage door, allowing you to keep using the remote even if you install a new garage door, or even move! Really, this remote is perfect for just about anyone this holiday season. Based on our own experience, we are happy to give the Chamberlain Universal Mini Garage Door Remote an A rating.
Chamberlain Universal Mini Garage Door Remote: Where to Purchase
Want to purchase this awesome remote for your own home? You can buy the Chamberlain Universal Mini Garage Door Remote at Home Depot or the Chamberlain website for only $49.99.
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I wish we could use our garage. We are one of the few homes in the area with a garage. But at some point, before we came here, the lot was split and the drive leading became an easement. The drive is ours, the garage the neighbors. It’s a mess. The way it’s laid out they can’t even get to it. And, we legally, can’t use the drive. Wish I knew all this before we bought.
debbie campbell says
I think I need one of these! It is a pain sometimes to deal with the garage door.
Jennifer Boehme says
My mom would love this…and she needs this. She would know where it was all the time…instead of trying to find it while sitting outside forever in the car.
janet aycock says
this is awesome
alicia szemon says
i need this! it is so small and can just hook onto my keys!
Jo-Ann Brightman says
This sounds like a great remote for most people.
Sandra Gibbs says
I just bought one last week. It is small and easy to attach to my visor. I live in a gated community, so I don’t use it for the garage, but for the gate. Only problem so far is figuring out how to program it. It has 12 flipswitches and the old one had 10. But, I’ll figure it out sooner or later. 12 flipswitches are more secure than 10- harder to hack
Jerry Marquardt says
I would like to obtain one of these nice and little remotes. They looks so convenient and useful.