The magic Kymera Wand remote earns a staggering $1,386,500 from the BBC Dragons’ Den panel

Every Harry Potter fan can now have a magic wand, courtesy of Entrepreneurs Chris Barnardo and Richard Blakesley. Not only have they created a TV remote style buttonless Kymera wand which can flick channels or turns down the volume with a quick flick. But even before it can hit the popular markets, the Dragons’ Den, BBC2’s entrepreneurial reality series, has made them a combined offer totaling at over $1,386,500. But the guys ended up taking the offer from Duncan Bannatyne for a staggering $308,000, the highest made by a single of the five Dragons on the show in 57 episodes.

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Priced at $77 a piece, the Kymera Wand can be used with TVs, hifis, DVD players, laptops and remote-controlled light switches and curtains. Laced with to 13 infra-red codes, the remote has workings similar to a Nintendo Wii. The duo has sold 20 per cent of their business to Bannatyne, which will come down to ten per cent if they manage a $ 1.85 million profit after a year in the business. The guys have already sold over 20,000 wands since September in as many as 41 countries. Their expect turnover for the next year stands at $ 3.08 million.

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