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Wootalyzer's Pricing Post! - The price of today's woot item is saved here for future reference------------------------------------------------------------Covert Alarm Clock DVR w/ Camera$148.99 + $5 Standard OR $17 Two-Day OR $20 One-Day ShippingCondition: New*DISCLAIMER* Wootalyzer! is in no way affiliated with Woot!, and this post may not always be here!
ok is this just me or does a hidden camera in the bedroom just seem wrong!
OK, woot, now you are starting to creep me out.
chardonay wrote:ok is this just me or does a hidden camera in the bedroom just seem wrong!
It's just you lol
Currently checking house for rogue alarm clocks...
Well this seems 100% legit, and not the least bit creepy.
Color me intrigued...
Here's the Amazon Listing:
I've got one of these, and I can't figure out how to get it to record Glee.
Ladies, snap a picture of this and keep it on your phone. If you happen to see one in somebodies boudoir, run. Run like the wind.
ps. probably ok for a nanny cam....
I know a genuine Sorny or Magnetbox when I see one. The brand name dose not inspire confidence in the product.
This is the kind of thing Dennis Reynolds would use from It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia... hilarious in the show, but creepy otherwise...
Certainly one way to make some special 'home videos.'
Well this little beauty is ripe for abuse. Good money says the owner's manual has a disclaimer about only using this thing "properly."
"Hey, Katie. You're probably not fit to drive. Why don't you crash in my guest bedroom? You too, Allie, Jennifer, Tina..."
In for 3. Hopefully the next lady will understand my need to have 3 clocks in my bedroom.
Creapy and awesome all at the same time...yes please
Stay classy, Oklahoma.
I wondered why we suddenly had clocks in all the rooms in the house...
Oklahoma, Kentucky, and Texas (to a lesser extent) appear to be the most insecure states in the Union... judging from the sales map!
seems like a good idea, unless the crook wants to steal your $150 alarm clock
42 days of video onto a 2Gb micro SD card. These won't be broadcast quality videos. You'll be lucky if you can recognize faces.
Well it used to be covert, thanks woot!
terrible reviews on amazon, even from the vine program members who got it free.
If the creepster vibe wasn't bad enough, there's that.
Come on California, you know better than that.
And 2GB of storage space should be more than enough room for multiple "home videos" lol
hamjudo wrote:42 days of video onto a 2Gb micro SD card. These won't be broadcast quality videos. You'll be lucky if you can recognize faces.
Trust me, for this type of "cinema" you don't want HD.
every-time i pass a spy shop i feel like i need to put surveillance on someone. rick has been acting fishy, lately.
I need to buy a safe that looks like a Spray 'N Wash can. "Hey, Mitch, can I use the Spray 'N Wash?" "Yeah, if you want to spray your shirt with documents!"
Assuming faces are what you are trying to recognize ;)
Congratulations, joeybananas007. You lived up to your Ian Fleming-inspired Woot nickname!
And honorable mention to iceraider07, who missed out on a License to Kill by a single zero.
Both of you guys (and I'm pretty certain you're guys) win: yet another reason you can't keep a girlfriend!
I really don't want to know who bought three... or even two... but they're probably giggling and waiting at the mailbox.
hcsencsi wrote:I really don't want to know who bought three...
I'm sure someone is watching the watchers.
We could err on the side of legitimacy of use, such as for home and child safety, versus the obvious, and all too easy, potential for abuse.
Clearly SOME of us would most certainly place this in the spare bedroom.
And then curse the poor video quality. Of course, on L&O they'd be able to zoom in and clean it up enough to identify the tattoo....
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