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Spy Gear

Sponsored Post: GPS Tracking Key

by Alexander on December 12, 2007

GPS Tracking Key

Here’s a device straight out of the movies, perfect for the suspicious spouse or paranoid boss. No need to feel ashamed though… sometimes your hunches are right. The GPS Tracking Key connects to 24 Department of Defense satellites orbiting the planet. Basically, you slip this baby into the glove compartment, trunk, under the vehicle, in a purse, baby stroller, or wherever you can think of, and it gathers information on where the person has been. With the GPS Tracking Key along with the LandAirSea GPS Tracking software and you can see where a person has traveled, where they stopped and for how long, how fast they drove, etc. The recorded data can be shown over a street map, a text report, or satellite images.

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UV Spy Pen With Shredder

by Nicole on December 2, 2007

UV Spy Pen With Shredder

The ultimate spy tool is here to the rescue with a built-in shredder and secret spy light. You can now write messages in class or wherever without getting caught! The special uv light provides both discretion and privacy. Don’t hesitate to purchase this $9 pen and start your secret adventures today.

Wireless Spy Camera Pen

by Nicole on December 1, 2007

Wireless Spy Camera Pen

Peeping toms on a budget might appreciate this discreet spy pen. It can transmit up to 20 meters away from a base station, MPEG-4 recordings, and has a solar-powered recharger, so you can travel anywhere in the world and spy on anyone or anything. Just don’t use this for looking up top secret info in the wrong places, you might just be in for it.$332


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Micro Spy Remote: For the Ultimate Spy

by Nicole on November 25, 2007

Micro Spy Remote: For the Ultimate Spy

Don’t like what you’re watching on TV? Here’s a simple solution for that. The mini micro spy remote controls the volume, channels, and a mute button for turning it on and off. Take over the world or atleast attempt to. Most importantly it works with most TV’s! Good luck with your mission Mr. Bond!$9


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LaserScan Long Range Hidden Camera Detector

by Nicole on November 15, 2007

LaserScan Long Range Hidden Camera Detector

Are you paranoid that someone has set up hidden cameras either in your home or somewhere you frequently go? Well now you can find out with this useful and small gadget called the LongScan Long range hidden camera detector. Just simply use the optical glass viewer which displays flashing red light beams and has 2 pulsating lasers that detect these cameras up to 50 feet away! So if you’re looking for a great gift this holiday season this might be worth the $340 after all.


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