We all enjoy Doctor Who to some extent. Whether you started watching a few decades ago, or with the ninth Doctor, it holds a special place in your heart. While we all wish we could run off to fight cybermen and daleks, we still have work to do in the here and now. That doesn’t mean we can’t pretend we’re on adventures of our own though.
If you’ve ever wondered what it might be like to use the good Doctor’s sonic screwdriver, you no longer have to imagine. The Sonic Screwdriver Programmable TV Remote is as real as they come in this dimension. It’s copper-plated, die cast metal, and comes with all the lights and sounds your imagination needs. In essence, it is a gesture-based universal remote. There are three modes, one for practice so you can learn your gestures, two for controlling your electronic devices (one with sound effects and one without), and one that is only special effects. It has three memory banks, which gives you a total of 39 gestures to program. This will cost you about $100, and gives you full bragging rights.