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- A real polygraph or lie detector machine for home use
- Great for parties or even a bar business!
- Test breathing, pulse, sweat, and body language (user inputted)
- Easy to use. Hook up your friends and get the truth
- Machine plugs into you Windows PC. Hardware, USB Cable, and CD included
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I found plenty of download links (it is made by a company called Swamiware, (not much of a comfort), however this product deserves an honest description, because after all, who doesn't dream of having their own (real) polygraph test, to use at their own whim? This product, while impressive in that it uses all of the usual connections to attach & monitor your 'subjects', including two (2) skin galvanization finger monitors that gauges increased/decreased perspiration, one (1) finger-style pulse monitor (for detecting your subject's heart-rate), and finally, a breathing apparatus that is strapped around their abdomen to detect respiratory functions as the test is being administered, so you have EVERYTHING that a standard polygraph examiner has in THEIR professional repertoire.
Bottom line, for $69.99 you will get a box full of all of the above-mentioned features and after installation, you are essentially an unlicensed 'polygraph examiner' and the results are nothing short of amazing...! By law, it has to be advertised as being used strictly for entertainment purposes, but don't let that hold you back for an instant, this little gem will astound everyone involved (and I am a born skeptic).
The few things I miss are a half-decent instruction manual, but it has a small learning curve and the more you test people, the better you get. The software provides spine-tingling evaluations that will keep you busy for many, many hours of usage not to mention totally freaking out your friends every time you analyze them!
If you use Vista, expect some issues, mine seemed to crash frequently until I put it on a machine with XP or lower OS platforms.Read more ›
I haven't tried this product so can't comment on quality.
However I do have noticed that reviews above given by: Jdub, Tokidoki and Teknoire7
are all done on December 9, 2011
also so happened that all these people bought same things like:
Razorba Silencer Back Hair Shaver,
Razorba War Hammer Back Hair Shaver,
Razorba Back Hair Shaver,
Razorba Sum3 Power Back Hair Shaver,
and this polygraph
on same day, and were (5 star) happy with their purchases.
It must be coincidence, however if you think there are no coincidences,
I am sure you'll come to conclusion yourself.
have a good day.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
One reason I hate it is the instructions were poor and I couldn't get it to work. There is no return address to get my money back. It's a total rip off.
It does not work on newer computers, the program appears to oldPublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
It didn't work properly. I tried 3 different times and each time it gave me a different result what means it not consistent.Published 4 months ago by Cristina Espejo
Fake toy, None of the sensors were accurate, not even close.Published 5 months ago by Who's Asking?