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Water Bottle Spy Cam – ah the pure joy of fresh mountain snooping…


Nowadays just about every single thing on the planet is a candidate for a miniature spy camera. Teddy bears, clocks, pens and even ties are fair game for one of these new generation micro cams. But just in case you thought you’d seen it all, we thought we’d introduce you to something a little bit extraordinary.

The Water Bottle Spy Camera is a hidden camera installed in an ordinary looking bottle of mineral water. The camera, you’ll be relieved to know, isn’t actually floating around inside the bottle (c’mon now, that would be a choking hazard right?) but instead is craftily buried behind the label.


Are you impressed yet? The astounding thing about this set up, apart from the fact that it has to be the most expensive bottle of water ever created, is the fact that it also contains its own DVR with a battery life of 10 hours. That means this tiny device can sit there and record video onto its microSD card (up to 64GB) almost the whole day.

Or until someone throws it in the trash!

It also features motion sensing recording, which will capture video in 3 minute increments if it senses movement in the vicinity, and it comes with a handy remote control so you can set it off and on at will if you’re in the area. You can put REAL WATER (quote) inside the bottle, which should also ensure lots of great shots of someone’s tonsils.

The price for all this pure, healthy living surveillance is a mere $299.00, so hurry now.

Nigel is the managing editor of the Red Ferret, as well as a freelance columnist for the Sunday Times newspaper in London. Loves tech and fancies himself as a bit of a futurist, but then don’t we all?

Nigel – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.

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