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Cheaper version of the Endoscope USB camera @ Amazon - £7.99 Prime or + £3.99 non Prime - Sold by JT-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
Cheaper version of the Endoscope USB camera @ Amazon - £7.99 Prime or + £3.99 non Prime - Sold by JT-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon

Cheaper version of the Endoscope USB camera @ Amazon - £7.99 Prime or + £3.99 non Prime - Sold by JT-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Someone had posted the bigger version of this item the other day. I had added this to my cart, but did not order. Just found that these prices have dropped now.
Just ordered one.

Considering the other post went hot, I hope someone will find this useful.

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Amazing what you can buy

Perfect for peeping into bathroom stalls. Ordered

Not sure if this is a bum deal or not.

Wonder if they are returns 'B' grade items

where can I stick this?

Ideal for missing all those NHS wait lists. Plus it would be great for party games. Like a sort of updated "pin the tail on the donkey" .

Why would someone even want this?

Tylluan

Why would someone even want this?



​Exactly what I was just wondering.

LilyG10

​Exactly what I was just wondering.



Good for checking what's lodged up the old blowhole.

I would have thought it safer to leave it to a trained professional rather than doing it yourself.
Edited by: "littld" 15th Dec 2016

Tylluan

Why would someone even want this?


I can think of quite a few non biology related uses for this to be honest with you. For a mechanic I think it'd be pretty handy, also I have a use for such a thing to check electric wires for rodent bites too.
Edited by: "Underdog19" 15th Dec 2016

Nice toy!

Is it water proof

The head is too big for any biological use, but these are useful for inspecting pipes and cables in confined spaces. The problem with these tends to be the light which is normally too dim.

radium

The head is too big for any biological use, but these are useful for … The head is too big for any biological use, but these are useful for inspecting pipes and cables in confined spaces. The problem with these tends to be the light which is normally too dim.



Sounds like a challenge..

A similar device is used by mechanics checking hard to reach places in engines... and i'm pretty sure their version costs more than this item. I can see it being handy to check if a lost items slid down the back of wardrobes/big cupboards and other heavy furniture.

Underdog19

I can think of quite a few non biology related uses for this to be honest … I can think of quite a few non biology related uses for this to be honest with you. For a mechanic I think it'd be pretty handy, also I have a use for such a thing to check electric wires for rodent bites too.



Oh, that does make sense.

I'm just thinking there's probably little benefit to the average layman shoving this up their rear then rushing off to the Dr because "I saw something bumpy" or "it's kinda purple in there."

LilyG10

​Exactly what I was just wondering.



​Thought about one when Im working on my motorcycles, handy to be able to have a look inside the frame etc when working on them.

Without all the wrong connotations please - any idea what the differences between the small and medium are? Thanks.

littld

I would have thought it safer to leave it to a trained professional … I would have thought it safer to leave it to a trained professional rather than doing it yourself.



Going by my recent experiences with the NHS I'll take my chances with a copy of the Junior Encyclopedia of Anatomy and this cheapo rectal probe.

Cheaper on ebay..

Nerak80

Without all the wrong connotations please - any idea what the differences … Without all the wrong connotations please - any idea what the differences between the small and medium are? Thanks.



You'd use the medium for Jennifer Lawrence,

They're planning on bringing out a 'Kim Kardashian' next year.

Focal distance short on these. Great for engine work and such like.

Underdog19

I can think of quite a few non biology related uses for this to be honest … I can think of quite a few non biology related uses for this to be honest with you. For a mechanic I think it'd be pretty handy, also I have a use for such a thing to check electric wires for rodent bites too.



​gerbils?

Only Ar--oles would want to buy this

Great for short-armed HUKDealers to check their long pockets or wallets for change

n3m3s1s

Wonder if they are returns 'B' grade items



​"brown" grade

dadofdaisy

Perfect for peeping into bathroom stalls. Ordered


or bathroom stools!

dadofdaisy

Perfect for peeping into bathroom stalls. Ordered



That your first thought was this comment coupled with your user name scares me

n3m3s1s

Wonder if they are returns 'B' grade items



Some of the intended usage could be deemed a little 'D' grade 'ing'

spaceinvader

Going by my recent experiences with the NHS I'll take my chances with a … Going by my recent experiences with the NHS I'll take my chances with a copy of the Junior Encyclopedia of Anatomy and this cheapo rectal probe.



A medical professional is going to be far better at looking for cancers etc than you ever will. This equipment does not mean you can give yourself the "all clear" on the cheap for those contemplating such things.
Edited by: "eightace" 15th Dec 2016

Nerak80

Without all the wrong connotations please - any idea what the differences … Without all the wrong connotations please - any idea what the differences between the small and medium are? Thanks.


1m or 2m

ARMAGEDDON!!!

[for the benefit of us older Internet users]

Ordered lol. The pipe length and probe diameter is the important bit for me. I opted for the small in the end as the probe diameter was that much smaller, and although the pipe length is half of the medium i shouldn't have a problem for what i need. Thanks op.

eightace

A medical professional is going to be far better at looking for cancers … A medical professional is going to be far better at looking for cancers etc than you ever will. This equipment does not mean you can give yourself the "all clear" on the cheap for those contemplating such things.


Get a life , enjoy the humour

£13.99 for me. Whyyyyy

price jacked up to 13.99

Now not sure the diameter is smaller but what the hell for that price who cares! Back up at £13.99 today - OP done good ;-) What shall I inspect first? Oil chamber of my engine. Boring!

Added to my basket couple of days ago when I saw this deal, but wanted to make the order up to 20 quid before ordering and was £1.99 short... waited too long :-( Think I'll wait until it drops back again. Would like one of these, I get field mice into the house in the winter, and it'd be handy for inspecting mousetraps through ceiling downlighters etc... but I don't like it enough to pay £13.99. Thanks anyway OP
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