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Doctor Who Sonic Screwdriver Remote Control Review
Doctor Who Sonic Screwdriver
The Sonic Screwdriver can now be bought as a remote control. This new item from the sonic screwdriver range has 37 commands.
Programmable Universal Remote Control
It can be used for the TV, Stereo, DVD Player, iPod docks etc. It is up to the owner to program the commands onto the sonic screwdriver which is great fun in itself.
There are thirteen Doctor Who sounds on it too.
Doctor Who Fan
I love using this remote control. Once I got used to the buttons I was in my element. I am a great fan of the show and now I imagine I am part of it too lol
Universal Remote Control
The Doctor and his Sonic Screwdriver
The Sonic Screwdriver from the TV series Doctor Who has helped The Doctor save his own life and that of his companions.
It was made by The Doctor years ago to help him open locked doors and escape his enemies.
Recently in the new series of Doctor Who which began in 2005 the Sonic Screwdriver can also be used as a medical assessment tool, a science tool and a weapon.
Doctor Who TV Series
Doctor Who is a science fiction television series that was first broadcast in 1963 by the BBC in Britain. The first actor to play The Doctor was William Hartnell.
He decided to leave the very popular show in 1966 and the BBC came up with a very clever storyline in order to continue the series.
The Doctor could regenerate into another human body as he was an alien from the planet Galifrey.
The character of the Doctor would keep all his memories of his previous regenerations but would have his own unique characteristics with each new incarnation.
This way the show could continue. It did for another twenty six years until 1989.
Seven different actors played The Doctor during this time.
The Doctors Sonic Screwdriver first appeared in the six part episode called Fury from the Deep in April 1968. Since then the sonic screwdriver has helped The Doctor in many ways, saving his life and many others.
The Theory Behind it
It used sonic waves to dismantle equipment and to open locks. The sonic screwdriver was destroyed by a Terileptil in the episode The Visitation in 1982.
The Doctor had been captured by the alien and was locked in a cell. When the Sonic Screwdriver was destroyed he said, "It feels like you just killed an old friend."
Relaunch of Doctor Who
The Sonic Screwdriver reappeared in the Doctor Who movie in 1996 which starred Paul McCann.
The new series of Doctor Who came back on television in April 2005. Christopher Eccleston played the role of the ninth Doctor for one series.
In the 2006 Series David Tennant Became the Tenth Doctor
He left the series of Doctor Who in January 2010.
When the new series came back on television in 2005 a new and better sonic screwdriver also appeared.
It could now scan things and analyse them. It could mend computers and other electronic equipment and could also destroy them.
The Sonic screwdriver could be used by The Doctor to turn the mobile phones of his companions into universal communicators.
He could also use it to remotely control the TARDIS functions when he was unable to get inside it.
It could not open dead locks or anything made of wood.
Doctor Who Sonic Screwdriver
The Newest Sonic Screwdriver
When the Tenth Doctor regenerated the TARDIS was destroyed along with his Sonic Screwdriver.
The current eleventh Doctor is played by Matt Smith and he crashed to earth and climbed out of the TARDIS.
He had his sonic screwdriver with him but left the TARDIS to continue to repair itself. But this Sonic Screwdriver is destroyed in the first episode of the 2010 series, ‘The Eleventh Hour’.
When he returns to the new TARDIS the Doctor also finds a new Sonic Screwdriver
It is bigger and has a green light and metal claws which opens when the Doctor flicks his wrist.
It has four sounds to it as apposed to only two sounds on the old one.
It still can not open dead locks or anything made of wood.
Now you can buy all sorts of sonic screwdrivers from the Doctor Who TV series.
They do amazing things with sound and music.
This latest gadget in the 11th Doctor's sonic screwdriver range is now a remote control for TVs, DVD players and anything that needs a remote control.