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You Can Now Control Your TV With An Official Harry Potter Wand Remote

How neat is this?

Harry Potter fans, rejoice! If you’ve always wanted to make like Harry, Hermione and Ron and use a wand to control items around you, you’re in luck. The Harry Potter Remote Control Wand exists, and it can be all yours.

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Amazon is selling this incredible little device, which allows “Harry Potter” fans to bring the joys of the wizarding world to their very own living room. The officially licensed Harry Potter Remote Control Wand offers nine separate commands  — including “the Flick Up,” “the Flick Down” and “the Big Swish” — to control your television or other electronic devices.

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With a couple of triple-A batteries and one of nine simple gestures, you can use the wand to change channels or tracks, turn the volume up or down, and more. It can be used to operate any electronic device that uses an infrared remote control, such as a television, Blu-ray player or stereo. The device is also compatible with PlayStation and Xbox consoles.

You can program and use multiple devices at the same time as well.

This is a perfect gift for anyone who loves the “Harry Potter” franchise. Not only does it pay homage to the beloved story,  but it’s also practical.

As Amazon describes, “The finely detailed wand is modeled directly from the prop used in the ‘Harry Potter’ films and comes complete with a collector box and comprehensive illustrated instructions.”

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You can currently buy the wand for $49.00. The item is available for Prime shipping, which means members will be able to order and receive it within two days.

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What better way to add some wizardry to your viewing experience or bring the world of Hogwarts to your own living room? As one reviewer wrote: “I am a Muggle NO MORE!!!”

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