UniquExceptional UDC4silver Fake Security Camera with 30 Illuminating LEDs (Silver)
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- 30 Fake Infra Red Night Vision LEDs that stay illuminated during darkness
- Batteries now last 9-12 months Power requires: 2 x AA batteries (Not Included).
- Realistic look and design. Can be used Indoor or Outdoor.
- Each camera includes the security sticker shown.
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
|Package Height||3.4 x 5.7 x 8.1 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.5 pounds|
Package Type: Standard Packaging
Top Customer Reviews
The lithium batteries power a small red LED light that blinks on and off and give the impression the cameras are "on" and "seeing" what might be in their view. The LEDs have been blinking reliably for a month straight and at night they look VERY real.
I'm impressed with this device because they resemble true cameras that emit an invisible infrared light for night viewing. They have held up well in storms and are easy to adjust and rotate. If someone looks close at the front of the camera, it appears to have built in infrared illuminators. These are the new technology "lights" that provide an invisible light that the eye can not see, but a professional crook might understand and know is the same style of light used on expensive "game cameras" that hunters use to capture images of animals at night.
I'm happy with my purchase and I feel these "fake" cameras do a good job to discourage thieves.
(UPDATE... NOVEMBER 2013. These "cameras" are still working well and in the 2 years since I wrote this review, I have not had any crooks steal anything from me.
* Lithium batteries. Sometimes they will run the camera for 3 weeks and sometimes they run 5 weeks. I surmise this might have something to do with cold or hot season.Read more ›
First off real cameras do not have a blinking red light on front. To thieves this is a dead giveaway. Leave the battery out. Real Camera's have a green light on the back, and it does not blink and is only for the purpose of showing that the camera's are activated. But, as soon as a knowledgable thief sees a blinking red light on a security camera, that tells them this is fake. And to note, I am not giving away anything here, that information is available on many of the Security sites.
Secondly, real camera's can be wireless but if they are they do not necessarily have a visible antennae. None of mine do. But they all have some power source, not batteries. They will not have the single thick wire that you see on these (At least the camera's I received). They will have two thin wires going into a hole behind the camera.
Blinking red light and single thick wire is a dead giveaway to the thieves.
Drop the battery and drill two tiny holes behind the camera. Get yourself some red and black thin wire and attach it to the back of the camera (I used a small piece of electrical tape) and stick the other ends of the wires in the holes.
Thieves wont know the difference between real and fake.
Otherwise they look absolutely real and were pretty soldily built, even compared to my real cameras.
This camera looks very realistic even upon close inspection, mostly due to the "infrared" illuminators that are present in both this item and in the real thing. Just be sure to thread the wire THRU the mounting bracket, then push it back inside...so that it looks like the wire then goes "into" the wall. Just like the real thing!
From my point of view, this fake camera looks real from afar, especially if you install it somewhere elevated and out of reach. I highly recommend the latter because, up close, it looks and feels plasticy. At night, a trespasser might not tell the difference. But since its low quality and empty inside, it can be easily destroyed and knocked down (by the trespasser). ANother tip, it comes with a realistic power wire stemming from behind the camera down to the mounting bracket., but obviously, you have to install it in a place where its believable. Dont be installing it on a palm tree or concrete wall expecting burglars to think there's power running to the camera.
The battery compartment was a real pain to take off, I felt like I was ripping the thing apart. But once installed the red LED light blinked continuously for 1 second every second. So it WILL be noticed. Now people will know you have "eyes at night". WIll they think its fake? WIll they think you are protecting something important? Only time will tell, because this camera won't.
UPDATE 10/26/12 *******
Its been a year now since I originally wrote this review, and so far I haven't come across an incident where I was startled by suspicious activity from the outside (knock on wood). I did have to replace the batteries once during this time period... just dont let anyone see you put batteries in a security camera with a cable running into the wall.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought two of these fake cameras and some ground
signs to go with cameras, make for a safer home, and
makes a great deterrent, to the badd guys.
I bought 6 of these for my office and they look very real! I haven't had any security issues yet so Im assuming they are working as I hoped. They are worth the investment!Published 1 day ago by Tiffany Burdick
Bought thes about a month ago due to a string of break-ins in our neighborhood. These things are great, Iv already had a couple neighbors come up and ask me about them (as far as... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Marcos
Looks authentic but doesn't work, no IR ring or blinking light. The center "lens" was loose and knocking around inside. I opened it and super-glued it in place. Read morePublished 2 days ago by W. S. Cornelius
Works and looks very similar to the real camera I have. My real camera that records at night as well as the day has red L.E.D. lights very similar this fake. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Miriam F.