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Now there's a solution: the TV-B-Gone. This small keychain wonder is designed to turn off virtually any television. Invented by Mitch Altman, a former Silicon Valley entrepreneur, the TV-B-Gone is a simple remote control device with a single button. When activated, the unit emits 209 different turn-off codes for nearly every TV. The unit takes a little more than a minute to cycle through all of the turn-off codes, but fortunately, codes for the most common TVs are emitted first. And because it's small, unassuming, and attaches to your key ring, you can always be discreet about offing that off-putting talking head.
Just think, more authentic and meaningful social interactions can be yours in seconds. Be prepared when the TV goes off, though; you may have to talk to those friends of yours at the table. Of course, if it's just simple silence you're after, the TV-B-Gone delivers that, too. So pick up that book and enjoy!
What's in the Box
TV-B-Gone keychain remote control, increased sense of wellbeing, less anxiety, more time for productive activity, more satisfying social interactions, user's manual.
These are way too much fun. Try going in somewhere with a large array of TV's (like a sports bar during the 4th quarter of the Super Bowl) and turning off every single one at once. Read morePublished 14 hours ago by Evan
I love this useful gadget!
Recently I went in a restaurant to dine. The open kitchen revealed that all the hired help were distractedly making food while intently... Read more
It takes way to long to turn off TV's with this! I now use my Samsung smartphone instead.Published 1 month ago by Miles Norris
This is the stupidest thing in the world, more so that Forrest Gump.Published 1 month ago by CTS eMsItIseY
It turns PC off as promised, but takes longer time then I expected.Published 1 month ago by Strumban
Was in a waiting room, turned the blaring TV off and nobody complained. One person said, "Thank god that noisy thing turned it's self off!" Works like a dream. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Shaxo Birx
Had some fun with it, takes a while to go through all the signals so that's kind of a downside, you also have to be really close to turn tvs on or offPublished 1 month ago by Cameron Marlowe