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Sparrowhawk Smart Alarm System with Camera (WiFi) £19.99 delivered at Sold by Ugo Eye and Fulfilled by Amazon.
Sparrowhawk Smart Alarm System with Camera (WiFi) £19.99 delivered at Sold by Ugo Eye and Fulfilled by Amazon.

Sparrowhawk Smart Alarm System with Camera (WiFi) £19.99 delivered at Sold by Ugo Eye and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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The Ugo Eye Sparrowhawk is a Smart Alarm System with inbuilt motion detection, a very loud siren and an IP camera all enclosed within one beautifully designed standalone unit. The device can be programmed to automatically record images on a micro-SD card when motion is detected or at scheduled times. It can also be set to send an email alert to multiple email addresses when movement is detected. When sending an email alert, it automatically takes a picture of the intruder and includes that in the email message, which can be used as evidence. Suitable for home and small business use, it uses a powerful 1 million pixel lens with dual stream encoding which allows for remote viewing via a FREE application on iOS or Android platforms. Via this app, the camera head can also be moved sideways and up and down allowing full view of a room or a business premises from a remote location. Specifications: Camera Strength: 1 Million Pixels Video: Alarm Siren Sound: 65db. Motion Detection Range: 20m Connection: WiFi

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65db siren...that will learn them

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windta1ker

65db siren...that will learn them



No it won't..........it might however TEACH them!

muffboy

No it won't..........it might however TEACH them!



It wasn't meant to be grammatically correct, obviously went over your head

windta1ker

It wasn't meant to be grammatically correct, obviously went over your head



You will have to explain that one then.

muffboy

You will have to explain that one then.



Slow day? Language is used to command, to inform and to have fun. So, when someone who knows that it is more accurate to say "That'll teach them." says "That'll learn them.", he or she is just having ***fun***

windta1ker

Slow day? Language is used to command, to inform and to have fun. So, … Slow day? Language is used to command, to inform and to have fun. So, when someone who knows that it is more accurate to say "That'll teach them." says "That'll learn them.", he or she is just having ***fun***



Why not just admit you made a mistake instead of making up a little tale that nobody but yourself will believe?

muffboy

Why not just admit you made a mistake instead of making up a little tale … Why not just admit you made a mistake instead of making up a little tale that nobody but yourself will believe?



​On a more serious note... Your name is 'muffboy' you have to learn us how you got that nickname lol

Edited by: "OdhranC" 4th Aug 2016

muffboy

Why not just admit you made a mistake instead of making up a little tale … Why not just admit you made a mistake instead of making up a little tale that nobody but yourself will believe?



It's a fairly common (I would have thought) jokey turn of phrase. I don't think there is really anything to admit to here. Just let it go.

It's a pretty common jokey phrase. People know it's grammatically incorrect, which is why it's funny.

aurora

It's a pretty common jokey phrase. People know it's grammatically … It's a pretty common jokey phrase. People know it's grammatically incorrect, which is why it's funny.



Funny? Common turn of phrase, which planet are you people on?

muffboy

Funny? Common turn of phrase, which planet are you people on?



The fun & jokey one obviously

windta1ker

The fun & jokey one obviously



I think you are taking substances of some sort if this is your sense of humour.
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