Pringles tin watches over your home


pringles-cam.jpgThese days, technology has advanced to such a point where it is possible to cram in a video camera into such a tiny space, you can actually fit one inside a regular household item. In fact, is so good at it they have actually crammed in cameras into 71 (yes, seventy one) different household goods which you won’t suspect to be cameras in a million years. Some of them include dolls, books, and even throw pillows, but for today we will take a look at the super common tin of Pringles that is loved by many a child (and babysitter).

This hidden camera is hand crafted in the U.S.A., and requires a minimum amount of installation for certain models. Needless to say, all you need to do is place the Pringles tin at a strategic place and let it go to work whenever you’re out of the house. There is no need to plug in a wire for power, as it draws its energy from an internal rechargeable battery which can last for 12 hours per charge.

There are three types of wireless cameras to choose from – a black & white camera, a black & white camera with X-ray vision, and a color camera. Each purchase comes with a free 2.4GHz wireless receiver. Just make sure the person you are putting under surveillance has no love for Pringles, or your game will be up before you even know it. You can pick up the Pringles Hidden Camera for $362 a pop.

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Anonymous Says: August 12, 2007 at 6:29 pm

Useless. If people are alone, they may be tempted to pick it up & eat some potato chips. Surveillance equipment must be hidden in “background noise,” items that are plainly present in the environment but have no interest to the subject.

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