Bug Detector

by Anita


Got Bugs, and I don’t mean the insect kind. I mean eyes and ears watching and listening to your every move in your home or office. Have you recently gone through a divorce and just know that your conniving ex-spouse is spying on you? Are you working on a new invention or new technology and you believe your competitors are trying to learn your secrets to success?

If any of the above has crossed your mind, there is an easy way to find out. All you need is the Bug Detector. This wonderful gadget will let you know if there are any hidden cameras or any other type of wireless bugs in your home, underground laboratory, or office.

This very high frequency scanner can detect peeping cameras, tapping, cellular phones and other radio frequency devices that may be hidden away from your eyes. You can now protect yourself from wireless peeping or tapping and protect your privacy. No one will be able to learn your deep, dark secrets.

The bug detector can detect wireless digital and analog signals up to 6 GHz. It also has three LED’s. As the bug detector finds a cellular phone or peeping camera the LED light will light from level 1 to level 2 and then to level 3 and the beeping sound will go from a slow beep to a rapid beep which indicates how strong the signal is. If you would prefer not to hear the beeping sounds, you can also switch the bug detector to a vibration mode. This way you can scan your environment without any one that may be listening becoming wise. With the included earphones, you will know, but they will believe they are pulling one over on you.

The bug detector is easy to use, has a sensitivity tuner, has different modes, can detect analog and digital, and is very lightweight.

Many people are using this great gadget in hospitals, offices, factories, museums, art galleries, military establishments, restaurants, and even in their homes.

Don’t let your privacy go unprotected any more; invest in the bug detector so you can keep your secrets to yourself.

One review or comment

Yatti420 Says: December 16, 2009 at 3:28 am

I heard this model’s (one in picture) range sucks… Get a p3-7050 its probably better..

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