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Act like James Bond,
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I was looking around the other day for some fund stuff. When I came
across this Esky Mini HD Spy Camera Cam Pen online I knew I had to
have it. There's nothing like a little spy action to spice up another
boring day at work. I placed the order and it came two days later for
free with my prime membership.
The Esky Spy Camera Pen is like the James Bond of all pens and has
features that are not only functional, but very impressive. First off,
what kind of individuals can benefit from a pen like this? There are
many scenarios that I can think of in which the Esky Spy Camera Pen
can come in very handy. It's much more discreet than using a cell
phone or a camera when it comes to capturing images or video
recording. If you don't want your subjects to know they're being
recorded then this pen is the best way to go. And for those spur of
the moment events that just have to be caught on video, the Esky can
capture and produce high resolution images and crystal clear recorded
And the best part of it all is that it actually writes and very
efficiently might I add. I had my first test run with the pen while I
was at work. I don't normally wear shirts with front shirt pockets in
them, but for this occasion I made it a point to. I decided to record
a staff meeting with some of our superiors and kept the pen right in
the front pocket of my shirt. With one push of the button the
recording began. Once I got home, I took out the SD card and loaded
the footage onto my PC. I was thrilled with the amazing quality of the
footage and the sound was incredibly clear.
Now I never leave the house without it. The Esky Spy Camera Pen would
make a great gift for anyone who's into spy activities. I plan on
buying a few for some friends and family this coming holiday. It's
affordable, it's practical, and can turn any ordinary day into an
exciting covert mission.
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Initial post: Nov 15, 2012, 4:58:33 PM PST
"Fund" Stuff! Ha!
Posted on Nov 26, 2012, 11:28:16 AM PST
This sounds like a clever anecdote as might be made by a slick salesperson. Could it be? Lets all proceed with caution!
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