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Tv-B-Gone Goes Pro, Shuts of Tvs 300 Feet Away

by Paul Strauss
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Got an evil streak? The makers of the infamous TV-B-Gone remote control have come up with an extra-strength version of their gizmo which can turn off almost any television set from hundreds of feet away.

TV-B-Gone SHP Super High Power

Packaged in a case that’s designed to look like a super-chunky mock iPhone, the TV-B-Gone SHP (Super High Power) can shut down more than 90% of all televisions worldwide with a simple push of a button. 8 ultra-powerful infrared emitters ensure that no TV will be safe from its hypnotic gaze. There’s even an instant reactivation mode which lets you turn off a bunch of sets in rapid succession.

Check out this video clip of the TV-B-Gone SHP wreaking havoc wherever it goes:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WdKbSYMhugU

Ready to get your your ass kicked out of the local sports bar or big box retailer? You can get your hands on one of these portable mischief makers over at the Maker Shed for $49.95.

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