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by Liz - December 22nd, 2015.
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Magic Wand Remote Control
Magic Wand Remote Control £41.99
Magic Wand Remote Control THE KYMERA REMOTE CONTROL WAND: AS SEEN ON DRAGONS DEN, THIS MORNING & GMTV! Alakazam, make a wish, 'A Pint of Lager and a Packet of Crisps'! Flick through the channels as if by magic with the amazing Kymera Magic Wand Remote Control ! Harry Potter fans will be shouting 'Imperio!' at their televisions with gusto thanks to this awesome TV Remote! This is like no other Universal TV Remote. The magic wand doesn't use buttons, so it will tell you what it is doing by pulsing. When you first get your wand it is automatically in Practise Mode. This allows you to test your skills using the beautifully illustrated instruction leaflet. You may start off as clumsily as Ron Weasley, but you'll be as good as Hermione Granger in no time! Rotating the Kymera remote control wand clockwise and anti-clockwise will adjust the volume, whilst flicking the wand up and down will change the channel. By flicking the remote control left and right you can skip tracks on your DVD player! There are actually 13 different gestures you can do with your Wand Remote Control including tapping your magic wand or doing a big swish! It can learn the functions of most standard remote controls easily. Imagine walking into the room with your children and their Muggle friends watching TV, whipping out a magic wand from under your jacket and changing the channel in a flash. Why not add a magic spell into the equation to really impress them! An ideal Birthday, Housewarming or Christmas gift for any Harry Potter fan, the Wand Remote Control will have friends and family spellbound as you zap to Eastenders with a flick of the wrist. We can't guarantee that there will be anything decent on telly, but at least you know that if Peter Andre starts bashing out his latest song, you can mute him in a magical instant. The Magic Wand Remote Control is hand finished and beautifully presented in a gift box with full instructions. The unique action only takes minutes of practise, with no Hogwart's training required and can be used on most remote controlled devices such as DVD players, CD players, TV's...even remote controlled curtains and lighting! The remote control will also go to 'sleep' if you don't use it for 1 minute and will awake when you pick it up! How can you not love this amazing TV gadget! Magic Wand Remote Control The Kymera Remote Control Wand is a Universal Remote in the shape of a magic wand! 13 different actions that can all be programmed from a standard remote control Presented in a beautiful gift box complete with instructions Practice Mode - practise the wand gestures and verify that they have been recognised correctly by the remote control Sleep Mode - A low power sleep mode to save on battery life when the magic wand hasn't been used for 60 seconds Learning Mode - Teach your wand new actions for each gesture, customising it for your use! Ideal for any magic or Harry Potter lover The Remote Control measures approx 35.5 cm x 2 cm x 2 cm The magic wand takes 2 x AAA batteries (Included!) Great magical gifts for ages 10 to 100! If you love your TV and want to show the kids how to pick their own programs, why not treat them to one of our Wand Remote Controls? Maybe you've got a hot date and want to impress her with your new found magic skills as you turn on the CD player with a tap, go to her favourite song with a swoop and turn up the volume with a circular flick. Prepare for a night of 'You be Olympe Maxime and I'll be Hagrid' magic. David Blane must be quivering in whatever ridiculous box trick he's put himself in this time... Trouble Shooting and FAQs... Rotation Gestures - For the rotation gestures (1 and 2), you need to rotate the wand very slowly and smoothly one quarter-turn, keeping the tip steady. Once you've gone just over a quarter-turn, the wand will register the rotation and go into fine-resolution rotation mode, where it will register an event every 15 degrees - this allows you to control the volume with only small movements of your wrist. Flick Gestures - If you're having difficulty with the flick gestures, stop and hold the wand steady and horizontal for a couple of seconds before trying again. Waving the wand more vigorously doesn't tend to work well - a short, positive flick of the wrist is all that is needed, where the tip of the wand only moves a few centimetres. Tap Gestures - The wand must be held quite steady during the tap gestures. To get started with these gestures, you might find it easiest to hold the wand firmly with one hand whilst tapping it on the criss-cross area with one or two fingers of the other hand. Learning Mode - Make sure that you've entered "Learning Mode" properly before trying to learn the infra-red (IR) codes from your normal remote control: point the wand vertically upwards, hold it steady and tap it twice on the criss-cross area - the wand should respond with four double pulses to confirm that it is in learning mode. Learning Mode - Carefully return the wand to the horizontal position and then do the gesture onto which you want to learn a remote control code. The wand pulses a number of times corresponding to that gesture (e.g. 3 pulses for an upwards flick) and then starts rapid pulsing - this tells you that it is ready to receive the remote control code. During the rapid pulsing, point your existing remote control at the tip of the wand and briefly press the button of the function that you want the wand to learn (e.g. channel up). Then wait a second: if the wand has successfully learned the code, it confirms that it has done so with a big pulse. If the wand doesn't give a big pulse, first try varying the distance between the tip of the wand and the front of your remote during learning - normally about 3 cm works best, but you could try a little closer or further away. If varying the distance doesn't help then try varying the duration of the button press on your original remote control - normally it's best to use a very short press, but increasing the duration slightly (up to about half a second) might help. Problems with Repeating Commands - There are a few TVs (and other devices) which use infra-red (IR) "toggle codes" - these alternate between two different codes each time you press the button on your normal remote control. This is intended to avoid multiple commands being executed accidentally if the IR beam is broken during transmission (for example by the cat or another person walking between the remote control and the TV). So, the first time you press the "channel up" button (for example, though this may also applies to other buttons), it will send one IR code (let's call it "code A", which will repeat for as long as you hold the button down), but the next time you press the same button, it will send a second IR code (B). On the third press, you'll be back to the first code A again, and so on. The TV will action a channel change when it sees code A, but it won't change the channel again if another code A is received consecutively, but is instead waiting to receive code B before it'll change channel in the same direction. The wand can only learn the IR code it sees when the button is pressed once during learning mode, which will be either code A or code B. So, repeated gestures will send the same IR code each time, and that causes the problem you're experiencing. Fortunately, there is a work-around: - Whilst the TV is expecting to see A,B,A,B for repeated channel up (and, say, C,D,C,D for channel down), putting any other IR code in between the repeated A's will also work OK (e.g. A,X,A,X for two channel up changes, or C,X,C,X for two channel down changes). - An undocumented feature of the wand is that you can actually learn more than one remote control button onto each gesture (as a kind of macro) if you press two buttons in quick succession whilst the wand is doing the fast pulsing during learning mode. - Therefore if you first press the button that you want to use (e.g. channel up) and then quickly press another button which has no effect (e.g. the yellow button on most TV remotes does nothing most of the time), then the wand will learn two IR codes (e.g A,X) onto that gesture. Now when you perform repeated gestures for channel up (e.g. flick upwards), the TV will receive code A (to change the channel up), then code X (which will do nothing but make it forget that it had just received code A), then the next code A (on the next flick upwards) should cause the channel to change again as expected. It might take you a couple of attempts to get the timing right for learning the "macro" of two buttons onto each gesture, but it's not too difficult once you get the hang of it. Over-Writing Learned IR Codes - You can over-write any of the 13 functions with new IR codes at any time, if you change your mind about the functions that you want the wand to perform. Resetting Your Wand - You can perform a factory reset to erase all learned infra-red (IR) codes and put the wand back into full practice mode: - Put the wand into learning mode (point vertically upwards and double tap) - Do any gesture to make it start the rapid pulsing - Instead of sending it some IR from a regular remote, do the "big swish" gesture while the rapid pulsing is going on - The wand will do a few fast strong pulses to acknowledge the erase request, then the same again shortly afterwards to confirm that erase is complete. - Take the wand out of learning mode (point vertically downwards and tap) - The wand will now be back to its factory-default state, in full "practice mode" for every gesture. 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Darth Vader Mood Light
Darth Vader Mood Light £39.99
Darth Vader Mood Light The Darth Vader Mood Light is official Star Wars merchandise! There are 3 LED lights inside that glow through the eyes! It is powered by 3 x AA batteries (not included) and measures around 24 cm x 25 cm x 25 cm. The lamp is made from moulded plastic with perspex lenses in eye holes. This makes a great Birthday gift or house warming present for Star Wars fans! : Warning: Not a toy! Key Product Features: The Darth Vader Mood Light is official Star Wars merchandise!, There are 3 LED lights inside that glow through the eyes!, It is powered by 3 x AA batteries (not included) and measures around 24 cm x 25 cm x 25 cm, The lamp is made from moulded plastic with perspex lenses in eye holes., This makes a great Birthday gift or house warming present for Star Wars fans!,