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Image via MashableAccio Kymera Wand! We’ve been using the summoning charm for the past two days since we saw the Kymera Wand on ThinkGeek. So far no luck. Maybe Wingardium Leviosa will do the trick (Levi-OH-sa, not Levio-SA).  If we have to resort to ordering it online like a Muggle, so be it. It will be well worth it to control our TV with a swish and a flick.

The Kymera Wand is the Elder Wand for your electronic devices. You can program it to recognize thirteen different gestures. Flick the wand from side to side to change the TV channel or twist the wand to turn up the volume. It can learn spells from any remote in your house so it’s easy to become a wizard, no Hogwarts required. 

Image via ThinkGeekImage via ThinkGeekThis is all pure speculation, but we believe that the wands come from Ollivanders Wand Shop on Diagon Alley. The wand must choose you, so don’t be disappointed if it works better for your sister or another family member (it could even be your dog, so make sure to test it with everyone).  If you’re under the age of 17, remember, you cannot perform magic outside of Hogwarts lest a Muggle see you.  

The Kymera Wand would look great with a pair of Snitch-covered PJ’s on Christmas Day. If you’ve got a wizard in training on your list, splurge a little and spend the $89.99 to give him or her a real wand. We can’t say if this wand will protect you from Dementors or You Know Who, but we can say that it will make your next Harry Potter marathon totally magical.

(Story & Video via ThinkGeek

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