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Lie Detector - now £14.99 @ Argos !!
Lie Detector - now £14.99 @ Argos !!

Lie Detector - now £14.99 @ Argos !!

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Lie Detector - now £14.99 @ Argos !! (was £24.99)

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The best truth detector of the century. If you lie you are in for a shock - literally - strap your victim in and follow the set up procedure. Question your victim to your hearts desire. If they tell a whopping lie the machine will know and zap them with a well deserved shock. Batteries included.

WARNING: Not for sale to children. This is not a toy. Not for the faint hearted. This product emits an electrical shock and may interfere with electrical devices such as pacemakers etc. Do not use this if you suffer from epilepsy or other similar medical conditions.

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Banned

Already have a lie detector......its called my wife!

cool, may have to get one for a laugh cheers.

SHOWMAN36

Already have a lie detector......its called my wife!



LOL

This looks really funny Edi. I wonder how it works?

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emmajk42

LOLThis looks really funny Edi. I wonder how it works?



no idea emma :-D

" The best truth detector of the century..." donno if that's a built-in truth ;-)

It's kind of worrying but these 'shock' products are very popular at meal and nights out - people just seem to keep coming back for punishment!

One of my favourites in the range is the pair of electric tanks:

gadgetpages.com/pro…ad2

Somewhere else is probably cheaper, just posting these as an example. As you'd expect, you have full control of each tank with a fire button, each tank has six lives which light up along the top of the tank. You have the choice of high or low on the controller - if you choose high then your tank will knock two lives off your opponent on each hit *but* you will take a bigger shock when you take a hit. Switch down to low and you only knock one life off your opponent but less of a risk when you take a shock yourself.

John

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Johnmcl7

It's kind of worrying but these 'shock' products are very popular at meal … It's kind of worrying but these 'shock' products are very popular at meal and nights out - people just seem to keep coming back for punishment!One of my favourites in the range is the pair of electric tanks:]http://www.gadgetpages.com/product.php?xProd=27&xSec=11&jssCart=06f7be947006a3c9dfda2d30801eead2Somewhere else is probably cheaper, just posting these as an example. As you'd expect, you have full control of each tank with a fire button, each tank has six lives which light up along the top of the tank. You have the choice of high or low on the controller - if you choose high then your tank will knock two lives off your opponent on each hit *but* you will take a bigger shock when you take a hit. Switch down to low and you only knock one life off your opponent but less of a risk when you take a shock yourself.John



Although the description sounds scary, the shock mentioned here is a little more than a feeling, I was told.

interesting gadget thanks edi

Editor

this would make a quirky little prezzie, thanks edi

Banned

Politicians don't need one of these - you know when they are telling lies - they open their mouths.:giggle:

Nice one:) for us evil peeps:giggle:

I noted the mentioned link gadgetpages.com/pro…641 looks very similar (colour difference) and is 46p dearer including P&P! Ideal for those who can't reach argos:thumbsup:

edi

Although the description sounds scary, the shock mentioned here is a … Although the description sounds scary, the shock mentioned here is a little more than a feeling, I was told.



It depends massively on the person - some people can take the shock on high without even flinching whereas others react very strongly and end up chucking the controller across the room. I'm quite sensitive to it, I get quite a strong tingling sensation immediately after which stays for a moment after.

John

Johnmcl7

It depends massively on the person - some people can take the shock on … It depends massively on the person - some people can take the shock on high without even flinching whereas others react very strongly and end up chucking the controller across the room. I'm quite sensitive to it, I get quite a strong tingling sensation immediately after which stays for a moment after.John



Well, don't lie then.

I was referring to the tanks rather than the lie detector...the tanks aren't very fast in maneuvering so you're bound to take a shock no matter how well you're doing!

John

creamola

Well, don't lie then.



You made me chuckle... :-D
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