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SPY CAMERA HIDDEN CAM CCTV in a DIGITAL ALARM CLOCK for SECURITY with REMOTE CONTROL
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- HIDDEN SPY CAMERA in ALARM CLOCK by Visionaer ® : allows you to take videos, perfectly disguised in a working digital alarm clock
- CAMERA: 2 Megapixel resolution, in 640 x 480 VGA, videos saved in AVI format
- UP TO 12hrs of VIDEO with high capacity 2200 MA battery; REMOTE CONTROL functions in up to 18 meters distance
- USB interface and memory card slot (up to 32GB TF card, not included) are perfectly hidden
- Visionaer ® is a registered trademark. We provide full warranty - just return for a replacement or refund.
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Top Customer Reviews
I live at university i needed this to make sure not one was going in my room and taking my things as my door has no lock. the fact that its a working clock as well, and i do use it as a clock most of the time, means that no one know or can tell that it is a CCTV.
over all i give its;
3 out of 5, quality of the picture and video
4 out of 5, easy to use
5 out of 5, every day use
As an alarm clock it is impossible to turn off the alarm before it goes off if you wake up early without a lot of loud beeping, not ideal if you have a partner. And as for the speaking clock button on top, which you can't turn off, what a pain, unless you are blind it's pointless. When you grope around in the dark for the clock the first thing you find is that infernal button, which leads the clock to shout the time at you, you jump out your skin and the wife tells you to shut that thing up.
The spy camera part is reasonable, however the movement sensor does not work in fairly low light, ie. dull gloomy British weather. The blue light is such a bad design too, it flashes when the camera is ready to record, but no ordinary flashing, the plastic of the clock is so thin the whole clock lights up in a dark room. It reminds me of the blue light on a police car, so not very secret spy like, and just a bit obvious. Would be good if it flashed when the alarm went off, it would certainly wake me up thinking there's a police car in my front garden.
The remote control is the best part of the set, good range, although when recording you need to see the blue light to see whether you have turned the camera on or off.
A few simple tweeks from the designers and this could be a cracking piece of kit....But it isn't!!!
Ok build quality - the clock feels very cheap and pretty lightweight as do the buttons and setting it etc all feels a bit 'clunky' but it works fine.
Function - I've spent around a half hour playing around and in looking at the quality of the video and sound I have to say for the money it certainly does the job and I am in no way disappointed. It will be interesting to see if it functions as well in a 'real' situation but my hopes are pretty high. There is a blue light that flashes for a short period when the camera is in motion detection mode but to be honest unless someone has any experience of these things I don't think you would guess in a million years that this was a video camera hiding in a clock. The still images are of a very decent quality too.
The one thing I would say is READ THE MANUAL thoroughly before you play around with it.
Overall I'd have to give this top marks due to the results I've had so far.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Rubbish. This clock for some unknown reason is a musical clock that plays the can-can music as soon as you touch it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Paul
By reading the description I thought it was a good product but I used it once and never touched it since. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Fabio Messori
Remote broke within a couple of weeks making it unable to recordPublished 5 months ago by michell prince
Brilliant, I recommend it, buy one to use to watch carers stealing from you.Published 6 months ago by Brian