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November 23, 2021

Smartphone Camera Ear Cleaner — 'Visual aid ear wax remover'

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Finally.

From the website:

We carry our ears around on the sides of our head for our whole life, we hear the world through them, and yet we can never see what's happening inside them — and when they need cleaning.

While there are several devices that allow you to take a peek into this fascinating micro-world, the Thanko Smartphone Camera Ear Cleaner is the first one that uses a phone to do it.

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Yes, there is now an app for that — and it can take you down your ear canal with 1280 x 720 HD resolution!

The Thanko Smartphone Camera Ear Cleaner comes with two revolving heads moving in three suction modes (high, medium, and low) that leave your ears sparkling clean.

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At the same time, its 15 mm camera (surrounded by six LED lights) connects to your iOS or Android smartphone and lets you to see how the cleaner is working and where you should place the device to work its magic most effectively.

Plug it in to any USB power source (it comes with its own USB cable) for an hour to charge it up, and get ready for a unique experience that will change the way you listen to the world!

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Features and Details:

 6 LED lights

 Weight: 2.7 oz

 Revolving head

 Focal length: 0.6"

 Cable length: 1.6 feet

 Camera diameter: 0.2"

 Size: 4.5" x 3.6" x 1.1"

 Image resolution: 1280 x 720

 Dedicated app for iOS/Android

 Manual/instructions: Japanese

 Charging: USB 5V 1A and above

 Battery: Lithium polymer 3.7V, 300 mAh

 Charging time: approximately 60 minutes

 Three suction settings: low, medium, high

 Comes with 2 cleaning attachments and USB cable 

 Continuous operation time: between 15 minutes (camera + strong suction) and 50 minutes (camera only)

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$101.

November 23, 2021 at 08:01 AM | Permalink


Comments

Camera or no camera, that last picture looks like an eardrum’s nightmare!

Posted by: tamra | Nov 25, 2021 2:54:57 AM

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