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September 30, 2013

Fake TV — "No one will know you're not really home"


That's what you're hoping, anyhow.


From websites:



Clever flickering Fake TV helps prevent home break-ins.

An ingenious invention for added security when you're away from home, this colorful little LED light simulates the flicker of a TV screen to deter would-be thieves from entering your home.

A built-in light sensor turns it on automatically at dusk, and it can be set to turn off after four or seven hours.

Features and Details:

• Deters burglars by simulating the light of a 40" LCD HDTV so home looks occupied

• Only consumes power of a nightlight

• Light pattern never repeats

• One-switch operation

• AC adapter included

• 2¾" x 3¼" x 2½"

• ABS and acrylic



September 30, 2013 at 12:01 AM | Permalink


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