VideoSecu Dummy Fake Imitation Security Camera with Flashing Light LED Cost-effective Security CCTV Simulated Dome Camera 3PZ

This dummy camera is VideoSecu brand.This phony dome camera provides an effective and economical way to decrease and eliminate criminal activities, e.g. theft, robbery, break-ins, shoplifting by intimidating the criminals, giving them the illusion that they are being watched and recorded. When placed in your home or business, even the most sophisticated criminals will think

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This dummy camera is VideoSecu brand.This phony dome camera provides an effective and economical way to decrease and eliminate criminal activities, e.g. theft, robbery, break-ins, shoplifting by intimidating the criminals, giving them the illusion that they are being watched and recorded. When placed in your home or business, even the most sophisticated criminals will think the premises are guarded by high-tech surveillance. The dummy camera which is designed for quick and simple installation gives a feeling of security without the high cost of installing and maintaining a real system. The flashing light LED makes this dummy camera looks like an operating actual security camera. Additionally, it is an excellent deterrent for thieves, easily mounted anywhere on the ceiling or wall under entrances hallways indoors or outdoors.

Product Features

  • Dummy Fake dome surveillance camera with flashing light LED
  • Simple and easy installation.
  • Authentic styling – nobody will know the difference
  • Require 2 AA batteries ( not included)
  • Surveillance without the high cost

Comments

Bob says:

Works For Its Purposes I ordered three of these for a large garage area and the covered walkway approaches.They arrived in two days (Nevada to Washington State), were easy to install, and work fine.A few notes: they take 2 AA batteries (not included). The units mount with two screws on the bottom (screws also not included, but easily available at a hardware store). The battery compartment is on the bottom, so do not tighten the screws down too far into the wood, or you’ll have a tough time when it comes to battery changing, as it’s a twist to remove sort of thing to disengage the unit from the wall/ceiling. An alternative to screw mounting is two sided velcro (given that the units only weigh 5.45 ounces/155 grams with the batteries inside).There is an odd 1/2 inch open hole in the bottom of the unit that seems to have no useful purpose other than to let in moisture and bugs. Plug this up with tape before mounting.Placing this unit in an area that is exposed…

Daryl Gates says:

Don’t put in battery 0

Jeffrey Pittman "Jeff" says:

The flashing LED makes it look fake, but it’s worthwhile anyway. This is pretty believable if you don’t put batteries in it to make the LED flash. I bought two and started them out that way (battery compartment quality was so poor that I had to stuff in some paper to force the batteries to stay in place). The red LEDs flashed constantly, and then I realized: you NEVER see cameras like this with flashing LEDs in the real world. Black domed cameras are all over the campus I work in, they pepper the ceilings of pretty much every store I shop in, and *none* of them have flashing red LEDs. So I took out the batteries and suddenly these looked a lot more authentic. Oh, and unless I’m confusing this product with another, there is no motion-detected activation of the LED – if there are live batteries in this guy, the LED flashes. I picked up some Velcro strips from Wally World, mounted them in a couple of places and, well, they look like surveillance cameras to me. At this price, that’s good enough. I’m just trying to scare bad people away so I…

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