A New Twist on Clock Watching

by : Michael Gravette

Back when I was in high school I was a clock watcher, and it seemed like the minutes were rolling in slow motion, especially if it was a math class, which I did not like very much. Sometimes it seemed that the class was going to go on forever.

In those days I would never have dreamed that you could actually put a camera in a clock, and watch what happened somewhere else. In those ancient times there were no cell phones, VCR's, DVD's, remote controls, or laptops.

There were just three television networks, and nobody had dreamed up cable TV. Gasoline was about 19 cents a gallon, and car engines were big. The muscle car was king, and nobody talked about how many miles per gallon your car got.

Where I lived, the flat top haircut was still boss, and straight legged jeans with T shirts were the height of fashion.

That is now the good old daze.

The Mantle Clock Hidden Camera is definitely one of the favorites in our plant down here in Jacksonville, Florida, and we move a good number of them every month. The camera opening is so small that you would have to look for a good long time just to find it, and a lot of the time I have to point out to people just exactly where it is.

It's a good looking piece, and it can go on top of a fireplace, in a bookshelf, on a coffee table, on top of a dresser, or anywhere else you might like to put it. Wherever it goes, it can be wireless, or wired, the choice is up to you.

You can get a black and white model, or color. These days, most folks are opting for color, and high power. The high power option means that you can put the receiver just about anywhere in your home, because you'll have a range of up to 2500 feet. That makes it a perfect fit, even in a very large house.

40 plus years ago I never thought that as I watched the clock in that old high school, that someday it could be watching me, or watching my house, or office.

But if you want to protect what you've worked hard to acquire, it's the way to go.

If you're prepared, you won't be surprised,