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September 22, 2006

Secret Agent Spy Ear II — 'Will turn any average Joe into a secret agent'

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Previous versions each had their own charm but the new M7 Spy Ear II brings all prospective spies and spy jrs. state-of-the-black-art high tech.

From the website:

    M7 Rechargeable Secret Agent Spy Ear II

    Perform reconnaissance like a true secret agent.

    Hone in on conversations on the other side of the room that you can’t even notice without the aid of the Spy Ear II.

    Have a bionic ear that allows you to hear a conversation from across a crowded room.

    With the Spy Ear II, you have access to the latest technology in audio spying.

    Its mini size, light weight and skin tone color allow you to hear from great distances without anyone knowing that you are wearing it.

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

    Plus, the Spy Ear II is ergonomically designed to fit your ear snugly yet still be comfortable.

    There is a volume adjustment that allows you to easily adjust the volume and hone in on certain conversations.

    It also comes with a complete supply of ear fittings, giving you the ability to fit it to your ear size, no matter how big or small.

    The main unit is rechargeable and comes with a discrete charging unit that will run off of batteries (not included) or AC power.

    Simply drop the listening unit into the charger and you are set.

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

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With that, I'm sold.

$99.95.

September 22, 2006 at 01:01 PM | Permalink


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So "Hearing Aids" are now "Spy Equipment"? I guess what's old is new again.

Posted by: TrvlnMn | Sep 23, 2006 12:10:38 AM

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