When I was growing up we had a very simple rule in the house: No TV at mealtime. No exceptions. Now that I'm an adult I find it really rude to have TVs in every restaurant, bar, and club. I'm there to socialize, not watch the idiot box! Oh, if only I had the power to turn them all off! ...and like manna from heaven, a Maker must have heard my plea.
The TV-B-Gone can turn off a total of 230 different TVs with a single button push. It can turn off: Acer, Admiral, Aiko, Alleron, Anam National, AOC, Apex, Baur, Bell&Howell, Brillian, Bush, Candle, Citizen, Contec, Cony, Crown, Curtis Mathes, Daiwoo, Dimensia, Electrograph, Electrohome, Emerson, Fisher, Fujitsu, Funai, Gateway, GE, Goldstar, Grundig, Grunpy, Hisense, Hitachi, Infinity, JBL, JC Penney, JVC, LG, Logik, Loewe, LXI, Majestic, Magnavox, Marantz, Maxent, Memorex, Mitsubishi, MGA, Montgomery Ward, Motorola, MTC, NEC, Neckermann, NetTV, Nikko, NTC, Otto Versand, Palladium, Panasonic, Philco, Philips, Pioneer, Portland, Proscan, Proton, Pulsar, Pye, Quasar, Quelle, Radio Shack, Realistic, RCA, Samsung, Sampo, Sansui, Sanyo, Scott, Sears, SEI, Sharp, Signature, Simpson, Sinudyne, Sonolor, Sony, Soundesign, Sylviana, Tatung, Teknika, Thompson, Toshiba, Universum, Viewsonic, Wards, White Westinghouse, and Zenith.
The TV-B-Gone has a range of 150 feet, and is very discreet. It comes unassembled. Tools and batteries are not included.
This product was added to our catalog on Monday 03 December, 2012.