How a Water Bottle Hidden Camera Helps Keep an Eye on Things

By: Jack Krohn

Last week I got a call from a car dealership who wanted to catch an employee who had been stealing from customers' cars. After a short discussion on what they had in mind they decided on the spy cam water bottle hidden camera.

It had to be something that is common-that doesn't draw undue attention-something that is small and would commonly be seen inside a car after all that is the idea of a hidden camera.

You can see water bottles everywhere these days. Folks use them for sporting events, hiking, camping, walking, outdoor activities, schools and workplaces, et.al.

That is one of the reasons it is such a good spy camera-people are used to seeing them in all sorts of situations and places. They are comfortable seeing them.

The idea is to catch someone doing something they shouldn't be doing-you need that comfort level.

It is powered by a 12 hour rechargeable battery pack, no wires or cords to plug in. This electronic marvel can be color or black and white. Black and white cameras can get X vision an option available that allows for images in almost complete darkness.

All models come with a free 2.4 GHz receiver that can transmit up to 1000 feet.

So if you are not sure what is going on when you are not around at home, in your car, at your office, in your place of business, outdoors recreating, wherever the hidden camera water bottle may be just the answer you need to solve your problem.

There are many hidden cameras for surveillance that could be the perfect answer to a particular security problem. The hidden camera water bottle may be perfect for when you need portable surveillance just about anywhere. No liquid can be stored in the water bottle.

Jack Krohn is the #1 author of Home Security Articles in the country. He owns SECURITY SOLUTIONS a one stop resource that provides solutions and answers for all your self defense and home security problems.

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