Tv B Gone Remote Control Lets You Play God
Posted on September 19, 2008 by Jamie Slaughter, with 13079 views
Concealed TV remote control devices can be so much fun, in so many different situations - but can also prove crucial as a replacement to an exiting remote control, or just to increase your general overall laziness. Picture the following scenario, whereby you are sitting with your partner watching re-runs of a soap for the billionth time. Simply point the device at the TV, press it, and blame the TV complaining that it's broken. As she leaves the room, enjoy the comfort of the room to yourself, and channel surf until your heart's content.
The device is small, and can fit comfortable inside a pocket, which is capable of turning off 99 per cent of all television sets. There are over four hundred pre-programmed sequences to perform the basic power setting. The device works by emitting pulses of light at the television, powering it both on and off. The device should work within a matter of seconds, but it can take up to 69 seconds to take effect.
You can use this remote control pretty much anywhere. Use it in the workplace to control those boring presentations and prevent you snoozing off, or in a restaurant where there are about 10 televisions all broadcasting the same program, or simply at a friend's house when you have a headache and would rather sit in silence.
This gadget is just to be used as somewhat as a joke, but you will be surprised how often it will get you out of having to sit through some numbingly boring programs.