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Kymera Magic Wand Remote Control review & contest
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Wednesday, 03 August 2011 13:47
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In a traditional sleek black box, the Kymera Magic Wand Remote Control looks deceptively like every other wand replica you can purchase. However this is far from true. The Kymera Wand is far above and beyond anything similar in the market. Inside is a parchment-like instruction sheet with methods for ‘skilful art of wand use’.

Just like in the books and movies, your wand has a life of its own, with its very own pulsating heartbeat, as if it is alive with magic. The wand senses what you’re trying to do according to the movements you make and responds with a clicking sound. From moving up, down, left, right, rolling it between your fingers to tapping it, the wand detects your movements and responds.

Once you’ve mastered all the moves, you can then begin to teach the wand how to function as a remote. To do this you decide which motion you want to associate with which button on the remote. Pointing it at the remote, you instruct the wand which movement it is to attach to a particular function, whilst pressing the chosen remote button. The idea being that once you’ve programmed the wand, you can use it in place of a television or radio remote - either to release your inner witch or wizard, or to play pranks on unsuspecting people.

So while yes it does take a bit of effort and patience to programme the wand, the result is well worth it for the look on your sibling’s face when you change the channel without having to wrestle the remote off them!


You can purchase the Kymera Magic Wand Remote Control at or or, if you live in the U.K., you can try to win one from us! To enter, simply join our forums here at, then This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it to with your username. Deadline for entry is Sunday, August 7, at midnight BST. Again, U.K. residents only, please.


Last Updated on Wednesday, 03 August 2011 15:51