Get an easy view of hard-to-reach places with Sinji Borescope for iPhone

Get an easy view of hard-to-reach places with the Sinji Borescope


This iPhone photo accessory lets you capture incredible macro imagery, even in hard-to-reach locations.
Photo: Sinji

Macro lenses capture close-up photos that offer a completely different worldview. Just think of how a close-up of a leaf reveals an intricate system of veins. But while these popular iPhone photo accessories are ideal for creating captivating art, there are situations where you may need a close-up view of a hard-to-reach place for a less uplifting reason.

To see inside a blocked drain pipe or get a better look at a tiny, malfunctioning machine part, you’ll need a macro-powered lens with incredible reach. That’s what the Sinji Borescope delivers. Available in 2-meter5-meter and 10-meter lengths, this handy borescope is the perfect tool for when you need an impossibly close perspective.

Compatible with Android devices as well as iPhones, the Sinji Borescope comes equipped with six powerful LED lights, allowing you to see dark spots that human eyesight typically can’t reach. You can lower the waterproof camera into difficult locations to capture HD-quality video, which can be saved to all your devices through the Sinji app. Just attach the micro-USB cable and you’re ready to explore and see like never before.

The Sinji Borescope comes with another convenient feature: a magnet and hook that allows users to retrieve lost keys and other items. If your keys fall down a drain, there just may be a chance of retrieving them with the Sinji Borescope.

Save on Sinji Borescope for iPhone and Android

If you happen to need a macro view in a hard-to-reach space, the Sinji Borescope was designed for you. Get yours now and explore your world in detail from 2 meters for $29.955 meters for $32.95 or 10 meters for $39.95.

Prices subject to change.


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