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Ear Spy "Free Delivery" Play.com £2.29

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7y, 3m agoFound 7 years, 3 months ago
"Listen in on anyone and everyone with this discreet directional amplifier. Features variable volume and high grade earphone."

Sounds like a fun gadget for only £2.29.
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#1
Agree. Looks like fun for kids too. I'm tempted to buy a couple. Thx
#2
Hotchilli didn't seem too impressed though...
Customer rating: 1 out of 5 stars BAD. hotchilli | 31/03/2009

This product is a load of rubbish. Does not work properly
#3
Found a review on a similar product from spyreview.co.uk ("the spy gadget blog") that says:

Known as “Spy Ear” or “Spy Ears”, these little toy devices are tiny but powerful audio amplifiers. They have a small sensitive electret microphone connected to a high-gain circuit which is then connected to a pair of earphones.

The amplification is considerably high, so you need to be careful you don’t damage your ears with this thing! You can hear whispers and conversations from quite a distance a way. The typically white earphones make it look like you’re listening to your ipod too, so it even has a covert use.

This device is far from being a professional listening device, but it really is a lot of fun. For less than $5 USD (around £3 in the UK), you can have a bit of fun without breaking the bank! You don’t have to look to far to find them either, since you can pick them up on eBay pretty much anywhere.
#4
Sounds like a laugh
#5
you eavesdropper!!! lol
#6
Blasphemous
Hotchilli didn't seem too impressed though...


This is probably meant as a toy,would have thought an item like this would be illegal to use in UK,(not illegal to sell) unless of course you work for News International.

:whistling:
banned#7
Bully
This is probably meant as a toy,would have thought an item like this would be illegal to use in UK,(not illegal to sell) unless of course you work for News International.

:whistling:


Why would it be illegal :?
#8
[QUOTE=sits69]Found a review on a similar product from spyreview.co.uk ("the spy gadget blog") that says: ".....The amplification is considerably high......"/QUOTE]

Yeah great idea, give it to the kids to blow their eardrums apart!! Doh!

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