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Ear Spy "Free Delivery" Play.com
Ear Spy "Free Delivery" Play.com

Ear Spy "Free Delivery" Play.com

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"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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Agree. Looks like fun for kids too. I'm tempted to buy a couple. Thx

Hotchilli didn't seem too impressed though...

Customer rating: 1 out of 5 stars BAD. hotchilli | 31/03/2009This … Customer rating: 1 out of 5 stars BAD. hotchilli | 31/03/2009This product is a load of rubbish. Does not work properly

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 po … 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.

Sounds like a laugh

you eavesdropper!!! lol

Blasphemous;6417648

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

Bully;6419282

This is probably meant as a toy,would have thought an item like this … 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 :?

[QUOTE=sits69;6417831]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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