Dummy Security CCTV Camera

$15.00
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Virtually undistinguishable design, mix with real cameras to dramatically increase effectiveness at minimal cost Excellent deterrent for thieves, serves as a warning The red blinking LED light makes it appear to work just like a real security camera Add To Cart

Dummy Security CCTV Camera

Virtually undistinguishable design, mix with real cameras to dramatically increase effectiveness at minimal cost Excellent deterrent for thieves, serves as a warning The red blinking LED light makes it appear to work just like a real security camera

Dummy Security CCTV Camera

$15.00
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Virtually undistinguishable design, mix with real cameras to dramatically increase effectiveness
at minimal cost

Excellent deterrent for thieves, serves as a warning

The red blinking LED light makes it appear to work just like a real security camera

Virtually undistinguishable design, mix with real cameras to dramatically increase effectiveness
at minimal cost

Excellent deterrent for thieves, serves as a warning

The red blinking LED light makes it appear to work just like a real security camera

Cheap decoy/ dummy camera to scare off potential thefts

You can place it indoor of your house, office, shop, or office

Waterproof for a safe outdoor area sheltered from extreme weather, heat or moisture

Easily mountable on walls and ceilings, no wiring necessary

Install the battery and press it for working, press it again for stopping working

Screws and wall mounting sockets included

Powered by 2 x AA batteries (Sold Separately)

NOT: This is not a real video camera
Specification

Size: 118 x 75mm/ 4.64 x 2.95in (Dia x H)
Color: Black
Net weight: 155g

Consumer Reviews

  1. This looks just like the real thing. The sensor that triggers the red light is very good & picks things up from quite a distance.

    I made it look even more real, by taking the wires out of an old broken (battery operated) toy that my Son had and glueing them under the batteries in the dummy camera where there was a little hole going into the device. I used rubber cement (like E6000 that you can find in any sewing department). I then made a little notch in the battery door and strung the wires out of the camera through there. I drilled my pilot holes for the screws that the bracket attaches to. I then drilled another small hole in the ceiling next to the pilot holes and under where the bracket for the camera would go. I put glue on the end of the wires and threaded them into that hole. I then installed the camera and bracket over that hole I drilled.

    This way if someone ever pulls the camera out of the ceiling to see if it’s real, they will be pretty sure their photo was taken when they realize they just ripped a bunch of wires out of the ceiling – that were attached to the camera.