Brinno Electronic PeepHole Viewer
A Taiwanese company came up recently with a new device that basically does exactly what a normal traditional peephole does, except its electronic and it costs a few considerable dollars.Gadgets are gadgets and they are appealing to the youth or other kinds of age segments that love to be in trend with the latest devices. Although this little “electronic wonder” doesn’t do much, its creators adopted a heavy marketing campaign to promote it suggesting that this new device will help you see who’s behind the door even if that person doesn’t stand in the best viewing angle.
This new design focuses on family safety and easy installment making it suited for the majority of people. This digital peephole viewer has a 1.3 mega pixels resolutions and also a zoom feature. It runs of course on electricity and it gets its juice from two AA batteries.
To install it all you have to do is first place the base flange and then very easily slide the peephole into its position. That’s it, but from my experiences with the household devices things are in general a little bit tricky, maybe you pun something upside down, the screws in the wrong position and so on, but these little issues shouldn’t be a major problem and eventually everything will work just fine. Now you should feel safe, the electronic peephole will always watch your front door.Available on amazon for 89$.