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February 25, 2006

Yogi Berra M–7 Secret Agent Spy Ear

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Yogi once said, "You can observe a lot just by watching."

Well, guess what?

You can hear a lot just by listening.

Q.E.D.

From the website:

    M–7 Secret Agent Spy Ear

    Secretly hear a whisper from across the room without anyone knowing you're even listening.

    Imagine having a bionic ear that would allow you to secretly hear from great distances.

    Well, now you can with our M–7 Secret Agent Spy Ear.

    Its mini size, light weight and skin–tone color allows the wearer to hear from great distances without anyone even knowing you're wearing it.

    Its ultra–sensitive microphone allows for crisp, clear audio all in a discreet, tiny earpiece.

    The Secret Agent Spy Ear comes complete with its own volume control to allow the listener to gradually increase the distance he wants to hear from.

    Simply put, this tiny, cutting–edge device will turn any average Joe into a secret agent.

    Note: Not intended as a medical device.

    • Uses 4 cell batteries (included)

    • 3 different–sized ear tips

    • Mini size + light weight allows it to fit comfortably into your ear

    • Adjustable volume control built into the unit.

    • Over 20 hours of use before replacing batteries.

    • Weight: 3.2 g. (including batteries)

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$29.95.

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Comments

Is it called the Yogi Berra spy ear because it looks about the size of a catcher's mit?

Posted by: Al Christensen | Feb 26, 2006 4:45:22 PM

wait wait, poor hygiene? wasnt' there a post on earwax here earlier??

What happened to MiracleEar??

Posted by: Three Layer Cake | Feb 26, 2006 1:33:03 AM

Was it Yogi - or Dizzy Dean, or Casey Stengel? - who said "I shoulda stood in bed"? And the other one I remember -- "he slud into third"? Hunh. Can't keep my colorful ballplayers straight.

Posted by: Flutist | Feb 25, 2006 7:52:25 PM

"no one knows you're listening"

of course not ! seeing this device in someone's ear only makes me think of it as an abnormal growth or very poor hygiene....

Posted by: mjs | Feb 25, 2006 2:17:35 PM

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