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Eviltron

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  • Fiendishly small
  • Six scary sound choices (5 sounds plus a random option)
  • Battery included (lasts 1 month+ of continuous use)
  • Embedded Rare-earth Magnet for easy hiding
  • Single push button to change sounds
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 3 x 1 inches ; 0.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B002X8ROD8
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 3 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,917 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (220 customer reviews)
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Product Description

There are a lot of scary things out there. But here at ThinkGeek Mindlabs(TM) we think there are certainly few things scarier than one's own imagination. The human mind can play Insert alternative description here devious tricks on itself, especially when given a small amount of outside stimuli to work with. Your thoughts can easily lead you into a maze of paranoia and put you into a very uncomfortable state of heightened awareness. That odd noise that just came from the attic or the "face" you just saw hovering for a split second outside your window - these things can really stir your thoughts. So, we used this simple principle to create our newest mind toy, the ThinkGeek EvilTron. This fiendishly small device features six creepy sound choices perfect for frightening your "friends" and co-workers. Simply choose your favorite sound (or use the random mode), place it in a dark hiding spot and watch the madness begin. Perfectly suitable for dorm, office and home use. Or try putting it in someone's car - that gets them every time. EvilTron Logo Your Highly Tested EvilTron Sounds Are: * Something unsettling creaking * Unidentifiable scratching sounds * Gasping last breath * Sinister child laughing * Eerie whispering of 'hey, can you hear me?' * Random Mode

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Customer Reviews

Pretty cool and well worth the money.
andrew
I listened to all the sounds & discovered the voice saying "Can you hear me" is a dead ringer for my voice.
C. Geary
Hid it in a co-workers office, it drove them buggy!
John Pederson

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162 of 168 people found the following review helpful By VM on June 24, 2010
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I bought a couple of these to try it out,but thinking they wouldn't work as well as advertised. Well, they work, and they are great. I had one co-worker tear apart his office (I helped him out) and reach a point that he started to scream out "I hear you @**hole..." every 5 minutes or so (i also told a couple people nearby to say that they didn't hear a thing if he asked). Now we have on in the men's room, and one in a conference room making people jump and question their sanity.
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88 of 93 people found the following review helpful By Cathy Rothas on March 26, 2011
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Being a gadget guy I bought this to use on my unsuspecting spouse but she was home when it was delivered. So I planted it in a office at work. I set it to "Hey, can you hear me?" The result exceeded all expectations. The victim was positive something supernatural was communicating with him. Actually ran down the hall freaking out. It motivated him to clean his office and gather coworkers to assure him others could hear it. Before the eviltron was found out Tec. Support guy suggested he go to church more often. It took him 2 days to find it. I told him he now has to prank someone else with it. My only regret is I did not catch him on video.

I really want the next generation to enable recording of custom sounds. I would use:
"I said, can you hear me?"
"I saw what you did"
A copy of the victim's ring tone
"I can see you, go back to sleep"
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42 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Bryan Lynch on December 7, 2011
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UPDATE 12/13/11:

Holy Crap. So. I got another unit shipped from Amazon. I turned it on and it worked right away. I never left it on to hear the repeat function actually work before deployment though. More on that later.

My family went up to visit my Sister and her boyfriend before Christmas a few days ago. I brought along the Eviltron with me hoping to deploy this against my unsuspecting sibling and her boyfriend.

Upon arriving, I started scouting out deployment locations. Bathroom pipe? No. Behind the refrigerator? No. Under their bed attached to the bed frame? YES!

I activated the Eviltron, clicked through until I heard the "Hey, Can you hear me?" sound and stuck it under their bed. Then I waited. I could not hear it again! Granted, the sound volume is low, and there was a lot of kids running around screaming, but still I heard nothing. I re-deployed it maybe three times. Figuring maybe I'd gotten another defective unit, we left that night disappointed. I left it stuck to the bed frame right near the edge. I figured that next time we were over I'd try again with a new unit.

That night went by. No call.
The next day went by. No call.
Today? CALL

My sister calls me and tells me that they found my little gadget. She says, "Do you want to hear how it went down?" Of course!!!!

Here's a summary of what happened:

Shortly after we left, they hear a noise. Then they hear it again...and again.

They have no idea what it's saying. They're thinking something is haunted in their apartment. Then they hear it clearly say "Hey, Can you hear me?"

Thinking that one of my kids may have left a toy on their bed, they pull the sheets off (and find nothing.
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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Buddog on July 18, 2011
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**please read updates**
This thing could be "eviler" if it was just a bit louder and it would be awesome if it had a volume control.

Over all this thing as a ton of potential to drive someone completely insane. It's very small and easy to hide. With a well thought out hiding place this would be nearly impossible to locate.

The downside is, it's just too quiet and the sound is lost with any level of background noise.

I work in a pretty loud office and we stuck this to one of our office workers desk chairs (under his seat). The Eviltron has been doing it's thing for about 8 hours... I sit about 12 feet away from the "victim" and I haven't heard it go off at all, and sadly the victim hasn't seemed to hear it either - and he is sitting on it. (for the record, he is sitting above it - it's magnetically stuck to the bottom of his chair and nothing is obstructing the speaker).

This would be good for a bedroom, where it's completely quiet as you doze off... but unless you work in a library, this just won't cut it in an office environment.

I will let the Eviltron continue to do it's thing and update this if our victim starts twitching...

**Day 2**
Half way though the 2nd day of the experiment, another co-worker inquired to our "victim" about a weird "noise". The victim then gushed something along the line of "I'm so glad you heard that, I thought I was going crazy.."

I have upgraded my "star" review of this product to 4 from 3. Once our victim starts freaking out and getting the rest of the office involved I'll upgrade to level 5.

Stay tuned...

**Day 3**
Our "victim" has suspected that someone (mainly me) is screwing with him.
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82 of 98 people found the following review helpful By Josh on August 21, 2010
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If your boss has a good sense of humor, I'd use it on him! Otherwise, it may drive him to the funny farm... and you somewhere other than where you are employed currently.

I stuck mine behind a radiator (that was off) and set it to: "Hey, Can You Hear Me?" in a whisper voice. Well, I naturally don't have good hearing so, everytime he asked me about it, I replied with a straight face, "Hear What?" to which he said, "That Voice! I hear, Hey, Can you hear me?"

After accusing everyone in the room... outside the room... and people who he knew weren't fond of him, he started to pick up the phone to see if they were on there... He tried answering the voice, maybe they were stuck in the wall?... he then came to the conclusion that it was a remote control device that someone was setting off. He scoured the room for the sounding box but could not find it.

Well, after a couple of days, I broke my straight face and showed it to him and he found it to be mildly amusing.

Word of this got around to everyone and we all had a good laugh.

Not recomended for employees/boss's with no sesne of humor, people who get irritated and then become irate very easily. People with medical conditions, hear voices already, or believing in ghosts or are paranoid by nature, wouldn't be good victims as when they find out the joker was you, it may not end well for the joker... that'd be you, unless you can blame it on a compulsive agree-er. :)
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