iOS-compatible HD endoscope camera takes you to hard-to-reach places

Live-stream your trip down the rabbit hole with this iOS-compatible HD endoscope camera


Take a trip down the pipeline with this endoscope camera.
Go on an HD deep dive with this iOS-compatible endoscope camera.
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Do you ever think about how much of the world you can’t see, even in your own home? Whether you’re doing some maintenance or just want to know what’s actually under the fridge, an endoscope camera is a simple way to check out those tight, impossible-to-see places.

For a limited time, this iOS-compatible wireless HD endoscope camera is on sale for only $39.99 (regularly $129).

Capture sharp footage in tight spots

You could be doing an inspection or just finding out how many toys your child shoved down the shower drain. Either way, this endoscope camera is a simple tool for a tight job. With an HD camera mounted at the end of a 16.5-foot cable, it gives you lots of room to maneuver. Plus, the camera offers three adjustable resolutions, and the cable is flexible, allowing easy control over where the camera is pointing.

Suppose you’re delving into a deep, dark spot. No need to worry! This endoscope camera comes with eight built-in, adjustable LEDs for spaces with low visibility. You can even record underwater. With an IP68 waterproof rating, this camera is up for full submersion for extended periods.

Verified user Alfred Collins sang the praises of this specialized iPhone accessory.

“Setting up and using the Endoscope Camera was super easy,” he wrote. “I was able to look inside a hole underneath my sink and the picture was very clear. Even the video captured was clear.”

Not only would you be able to get a clear picture of an area under your sink, but you could also see it live. With the WiFi Look app (available on the App Store), you can get a live view of your camera’s adventure through your kitchen’s underbelly and beyond.

The average cost of hiring a plumber is between $45 and $200 an hour these days. And while this endoscope camera can’t do the whole job, it could save you time explaining a problem — or even show you enough to fix it yourself.

Save on a wireless HD endoscope camera

Live-stream a deep dive into your home. For a limited time, you can get a wireless HD endoscope camera for $39.99 (regularly $129).

Prices subject to change.


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