We Indians have a fixation with the remote-control. It is a common assumption that the person, who has the remote-control for most of the time at home, holds a lot of power.
Well, if this assumption holds itself to be any true then brothers Suraj Kumar Meher and Rajesh Kumar Meher must be a very powerful-duo at home.
Because both of them have collectively created the world’s largest remote control. No joke this! The device measures a whooping 4.5 m (14 ft 9.1 in.) And no, the device isn’t a dummy-make. The remote control actually works! It’s fully-functioning and did its job on a normal-sized television.
This remarkable feat has earned brothers Suraj and Rajesh a place in the coveted Guinness World Records. The confirmation came forth after the device was verified in Sambalpur, India.
Both Suraj and Rajesh, who are shopkeepers, worked rigorously on the project. They were so motivated to complete it that they sold of their mo-bike to arrange for funds to procure the necessary materials. Furthermore, they even stayed up late in the night, and managed to build in the device in just 68 days!
Of the two, Rajesh is a Diploma-holder in Electronics Engineering.
The remote is exactly 23.68 times bigger than the original it was based on, and is also equipped with 37 giant rubber buttons.
It requires 3 people to lift or move the remote, and the remote is durable enough and can endure the weight of a 5-year-old child.
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