Thoroughly study the directions accompanying this little remote and everything will be OK. You must know some details about your garage door opener mechanism, so grab the manual that came with it or seek it online. Started using the remote Oct. 1, and it's working fine so far! (Posted on 10/14/13)
If you happen to have a Lynx Ambass-a-door garage door opener I'd skip this.
I think the manufacturer (Lynx) has been out of business for a long time now and there are no specifications in the instructions included with the remote that will configure it to work with the opener.
Once I understood the directions it was easy to set-up. I have a new BMW 1600GT and mounted it next to the Navigator screen. Just have to push the button, door opens and pull in. Simple, easy and looks like it belongs where I mounted it. (Posted on 4/10/13)
These things are great. I keep mine in the right arm zipper pocket on my Roadcrafter. I can feel the control surface through the material. Easy to program, batteries last a long time. (Posted on 3/6/13)
This is my third remote. I am sad to say the first two passed on due to no fault of their own. They were on the same keyring as the helmet lock and both times I departed with the key hanging in the lock. Both times the remote and keys were successfully recovered, just not before suffering the indignity of being run over. When kept in my pocket the remote is flawless. It takes all of five minutes to get it working with my old Sears opener. Everything I buy should be as easy to use and as reliable. (Posted on 11/1/11)
The Quantum Singularity works well. It is easy to connect with my Sears garage door opener. The first one lived on the bike keyring for 3-4 years, the last 2 with duct tape keeping the batteries in the unit. That opener finally became unreliable, so I bought a replacement. The new one connected immediately and lives on the keyring. Good deal for not having to get off the bike and deal with the garage doors (Posted on 9/12/11)
I've owned a couple of these over time. I am just now buying a third for my new bike. I found it pretty easy to use, and very compact. I wrap it in plastic, and ride with it all winter. Highly recommended! (Posted on 12/22/10)