Room Defender

by Anita

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You probably have tried everything in your power to keep your parents out of your room or maybe your spouse out of your closet and nothing seems to be working. You have asked nicely, placed signs on your door, and maybe even yelled quite a bit about having your own privacy. However, when you are not around, they seem to still go in and search through your stuff. Well, not any more!

With the Room Defender to protect your room or closet or even your office you will be able to keep a few more things private. The Room Defender is mounted on three gun-turrets like legs and will protect your stuff from spies.

The way that it works is that the Room Defender has a motion sensor alarm, when someone enters an area that you do not want them in, it will first give a verbal warning and then fire a shot at them in the form of a foam disc.

If you would prefer to have more than one warning shot you can program the Room Defender in an “ambush mode” and will fire off half the magazine or the “assault mode” will empty the entire magazine at the intruder.

It not only fires shots at your intruders but makes great robotic sounds that are sure to scare away even the snoopiest parents. You will be able to use the remote control and program and control it from anywhere in your room.

The Room Defender comes complete with the motion sensor alarm, fully automatic fire, manual fire, four unique security settings, and the remote control. You will however have to purchase 4 “AA” and 2 “AAA” batteries before your Room Defender will start protecting your privacy.

You can find the Room Defender online for £19.99 or $32.18USD and begin having some privacy.

One review or comment

Bunnie Says: February 14, 2010 at 9:56 am

Where can i still buy one of these!!! Hellppp plleeaase!

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