DANIU 3-in-1 5.5mm 6LED Waterproof Endoscope Android USB Type C Borescope Inspection Camera 3.5m Length £3.81 Delivered with code @ banggood
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DANIU 3-in-1 5.5mm 6LED Waterproof Endoscope Android USB Type C Borescope Inspection Camera 3.5m Length £3.81 Delivered with code @ banggood

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Found 21st Oct
Frankly, I've no idea what you would use this for, but it's cheap for metre length, so hopefully it helps someone!

Use code 'd28051' at checkout to receive discount.

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The USB system and part of the Micro soft smartphone software amphibious endoscope has waterproof design, can be widely used in the inspection of the motor vehicle maintenance, sewer detection, security search and rescue, forensic customs, archaeological detection, industrial lines video inspection, aerospace, car shipping, oil drilling, metallurgy, boiler, railway Bridges, tunnels, buildings, municipal, etc in various fields have been widely used.
Features :

Android mobile phone have OTG software and PC have Window software.
Micro Type-C USB 2.0 Endoscopy is a new type of electronic products.
This product advantages: small size, light weight, . It can adjust the brightness of the six LED lights, computer can directly take connection by OTG with some phones link (support OTG), can take photos, videos, record the entire process of examination, convenient observation and analysis of follow-up.

Noticed : Support Android phone has OTG and UVC function.
(USB On-The-Go) An enhancement to the Universal Serial Bus (USB) that enables portable devices to be cabled together via USB without a computer in between. OTG creates a "dual-role" device that can act as host or peripheral.
(USB-Video-Class) is a USB device class that describes devices capable of streaming video like webcams, digital camcorders, transcoders, analog video converters and still-image cameras.

Top comments

£3.24 on ebay and customer service will saw off the sellers arms to keep the customer happy.

ebay.co.uk/itm…mCw

I got one a few years back, things I have used it for so far.
Sticking into various engine parts to save a stripdown.
Drilled a 12mm hole into a floor board to check if the gap underneath was damp.
Had a look in my ear for the hell of it.
Had a look up my nose for the hell of it.
Shoved it into the cavity wall to check for wasp nests.

The day it really paid for itself was when a small 6mm nut slipped out my hand into the boot lid gap, I managed to find it and grab it with the magnetic attachment.

One thing to note, the focus is shockingly bad for these budget ones so unless you are the correct distance away you won't see more than a blur.
Edited by: "GoNz0-" 21st Oct
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Not a controllable goose neck. But i think those are around £30+. Always fancied one of these...might bight at 3 quif...hooefully it comes before christmas !

Help find things the children have stuffed under/behind the sofa?

Might be able to find my old wedding ring with this.

kristoff26 m ago

Might be able to find my old wedding ring with this.


... and my watch

kristoff37 m ago

Might be able to find my old wedding ring with this.


What did you do & where did she stuff it?

Ordered, Hopefully i'll be able to find Hammy my long lost hamster now.

Are these guys better than gearbest? I ordered a similar item from them and never got it and their customer service is non existent and arrogant.

Ordered the 2M one, wanted the 5m but it's out of stock, neat tool though

pareshdc9 m ago

Are these guys better than gearbest? I ordered a similar item from them …Are these guys better than gearbest? I ordered a similar item from them and never got it and their customer service is non existent and arrogant.


NO! I tried to complain recently about a long delay - they cancelled my order against my wishes & won't reply to me now. I personally will not order from Banggood. Already saved me two impulse buys, this being one!!!

"Frankly, I've no idea what you would use this for"


DIY Colonoscopy ?

£3.24 on ebay and customer service will saw off the sellers arms to keep the customer happy.

ebay.co.uk/itm…mCw

That doesn't work on Android though

Biker.Jeff1 h, 13 m ago

"Frankly, I've no idea what you would use this for"DIY Colonoscopy ?


My thoughts exactly

I got one a few years back, things I have used it for so far.
Sticking into various engine parts to save a stripdown.
Drilled a 12mm hole into a floor board to check if the gap underneath was damp.
Had a look in my ear for the hell of it.
Had a look up my nose for the hell of it.
Shoved it into the cavity wall to check for wasp nests.

The day it really paid for itself was when a small 6mm nut slipped out my hand into the boot lid gap, I managed to find it and grab it with the magnetic attachment.

One thing to note, the focus is shockingly bad for these budget ones so unless you are the correct distance away you won't see more than a blur.
Edited by: "GoNz0-" 21st Oct

Junk

For when the USB hub goes too deep

GoNz0-28 m ago

I got one a few years back, things I have used it for so far.Sticking into …I got one a few years back, things I have used it for so far.Sticking into various engine parts to save a stripdown.Drilled a 12mm hole into a floor board to check if the gap underneath was damp.Had a look in my ear for the hell of it.Had a look up my nose for the hell of it.Shoved it into the cavity wall to check for wasp nests.The day it really paid for itself was when a small 6mm nut slipped out my hand into the boot lid gap, I managed to find it and grab it with the magnetic attachment.One thing to note, the focus is shockingly bad for these budget ones so unless you are the correct distance away you won't see more than a blur.


Used mine to trace the main wires in house to fuse board saved me pulling up the floor in wrong place.The route eneded up going to the kittchen then over to fuse box.

Out of stock (the 3.5m mentioned).
Edited by: "OB1" 21st Oct

Banggood.com do not comply with UK consumer laws. Plus delivery can be up to 28 days which they told me after I ordered - it says 1-2 days, then 6-8 days on its website. Order at your peril!

Good if you can get them to work on an android app, could only get it to work on my Sony laptop.

RayB45 m ago

Banggood.com do not comply with UK consumer laws. Plus delivery can be up …Banggood.com do not comply with UK consumer laws. Plus delivery can be up to 28 days which they told me after I ordered - it says 1-2 days, then 6-8 days on its website. Order at your peril!

OK.

GoNz0-4 h, 47 m ago

I got one a few years back, things I have used it for so far.Sticking into …I got one a few years back, things I have used it for so far.Sticking into various engine parts to save a stripdown.Drilled a 12mm hole into a floor board to check if the gap underneath was damp.Had a look in my ear for the hell of it.Had a look up my nose for the hell of it.Shoved it into the cavity wall to check for wasp nests.The day it really paid for itself was when a small 6mm nut slipped out my hand into the boot lid gap, I managed to find it and grab it with the magnetic attachment.One thing to note, the focus is shockingly bad for these budget ones so unless you are the correct distance away you won't see more than a blur.


Yet, you managed to do so much with it? What is the correct focusing distance?

popoyaya1 h, 13 m ago

Yet, you managed to do so much with it? What is the correct focusing …Yet, you managed to do so much with it? What is the correct focusing distance?


I can't remember, I think between a few inches to aboout a foot?

I'd rather pay a few more pounds for a semi rigid one, I imagine it being much much more useful.

jeeeeeez22 h, 17 m ago

£3.24 on ebay and customer service will saw off the sellers arms to keep …£3.24 on ebay and customer service will saw off the sellers arms to keep the customer happy.http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2M-6LED-7mm-Endoscope-Waterproof-Snake-Borescope-USB-Inspection-Camera-RF-/352174560416?var=&hash=item51ff3d54a0:m:m2EKNHGg_rXJIHp69P4DmCw


If you are thinking of ordering this one, just note that Its not type C, and is 7mm diameter instead of 5.5mm

I've got about 5 of these in different types and the ones that get used the most are the ones with the smallest diameter.. usually you are trying to see into/through/round something small that you cant get your eye to see into and you dont often want to drill that thing larger just to get the camera in..

RayB19 h, 36 m ago

Banggood.com do not comply with UK consumer laws. Plus delivery can be up …Banggood.com do not comply with UK consumer laws. Plus delivery can be up to 28 days which they told me after I ordered - it says 1-2 days, then 6-8 days on its website. Order at your peril!


They also don't comply with UK pricing or nanny state safety rules.. so there is that. I've never had a problem over 5+ years of using them, and have had plenty of problems with UK companies. Yes its true though that if you have a problem its better just to order another one than try to get customer services to sort it out.

The.Governor21st Oct

Ordered the 2M one, wanted the 5m but it's out of stock, neat tool though …Ordered the 2M one, wanted the 5m but it's out of stock, neat tool though

I just ordered a 5 metre one.Depends on the intervention of Christ if it comes before Xmas !

sambartle_theone8 h, 24 m ago

If you are thinking of ordering this one, just note that Its not type C, …If you are thinking of ordering this one, just note that Its not type C, and is 7mm diameter instead of 5.5mmI've got about 5 of these in different types and the ones that get used the most are the ones with the smallest diameter.. usually you are trying to see into/through/round something small that you cant get your eye to see into and you dont often want to drill that thing larger just to get the camera in..

This one's only type c due to an included micro usb adapter... Available for 50p or something from gearbest.

I saw this and asked myself, why the hell would want an endoscope....
The answer was: Why the hell would I not want an endoscope!

Purchased.

msmyth
Have you or anyone else reading this had problems getting app to work with android phone, mine keeps crashing using the recommended apps?

GoNz0-21st Oct

I got one a few years back, things I have used it for so far.Sticking into …I got one a few years back, things I have used it for so far.Sticking into various engine parts to save a stripdown.Drilled a 12mm hole into a floor board to check if the gap underneath was damp.Had a look in my ear for the hell of it.Had a look up my nose for the hell of it.Shoved it into the cavity wall to check for wasp nests.The day it really paid for itself was when a small 6mm nut slipped out my hand into the boot lid gap, I managed to find it and grab it with the magnetic attachment.One thing to note, the focus is shockingly bad for these budget ones so unless you are the correct distance away you won't see more than a blur.


Have you or anyone else reading this had problems getting app to work with android phone, mine keeps crashing using the recommended apps?

The.Governor21st Oct

Ordered the 2M one, wanted the 5m but it's out of stock, neat tool though …Ordered the 2M one, wanted the 5m but it's out of stock, neat tool though


Have you or anyone else reading this had problems getting app to work with android phone, mine keeps crashing using the recommended apps?

The one I got refused to work at all on my S6 so I sacked it off and used my old laptop that I use for car diagnostics.

Nice Deal. And I love this inspection camera for android. I bought this camera some days ago. It has amazing features and easily manage by android. I love to do work with this. I thinking to buy again a new android endoscope camera. Thanks for sharing an amazing deal.
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