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Anko Digital Peephole Door Viewer $10 (Was $39) @ Kmart

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Its good for the money paid.

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  • +5 votes

    Peekaboo I C U

  • +4 votes

    I don't get these. It's not easier to install than the normal peep-hole but you have batteries to replace.

    So why not just install a normal peep-hole?

    • +3 votes

      Isn't it just so you can stand back from the door and view the lcd?

      eg When the person on the other side of the door has a gun pointed at the peephole, you don't want to find out by putting your eye up to the peep hole.
      eg When the person on the other side of the door doesnt like you and points a high wattage laser into the peep hole your eye isnt behind it

      • +41 votes

        I think someone has been watching too many movies

      • +5 votes

        eg When the person on the other side of the door has a gun pointed at the peephole, you don't want to find out by putting your eye up to the peep hole.

        Chances of that happening are like one in a trillion?

        • +1 vote

          The bigger concern is with the right lens, you can make a classic peephole 2-way.

      • +3 votes

        Lol are you a drug dealer selling on consignment?

    • +3 votes

      I guess one minor advantage is that the description/manual does say that an image is captured each time the doorbell is pressed.

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        But with no way to remove that image from the doorbell you would then have to take a photo of the screen to keep it. Not sure how useful a 320x240 resolution image is going to be down the track.

    • +1 vote

      Not everywhere you want to modify doors.

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      The real concern is that you can get a lens which can reverse the image of the peephole…a low chance of it happening, but the risk is there…

      https://www.amazon.com.au/A-C-Kerman-LE-SHPR-Shomer-Tec/dp/B...

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      Hey noons, re:

      '… So why not just install a normal peep-hole?'

      Haven't you read any 'Jack Reacher' text-books? Apparently baddies routinely pull the old 'reverse peep-hole pop' manouvre, which is where they peek through the reverse side of the peephole after knocking, and as soon as they see it go dark … 'KAPOWSKI'; the poor sap inside the house is capped in the head, right through the eye …

      Clearly this fine product is designed for peeps who live in somewhat questionable neighbourhoods, where the above-described RPHP manouvre is a regular occurrence. Places like (de)Preston, Frank(gani)ston, et al..

  • +4 votes

    Bought mine for $20, quality is not good, this is obvious however.
    Only purchased it as it will help my parents see a larger screen than thru a 1cm peephole

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      ^ this
      people should start to understand, cheap doesnt mean good, heavy discount doesnt mean cant go wrong with it.
      no matter how low is your expectation on these, when you get it you will still be disappointing

  • +8 votes

    Can i use this as a 'reverse peephole' so people outside can see what's happening inside?

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      If that's a concern do the laptop trick and hang a post it note over it when it is not being used.

  • +6 votes

    So…..these peepholes aren't for the guest toilet door???

    Asking for a friend

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      My neighbour and I had a similar setup between the two units.

      We had fun; your idea has merit (with consent)

    • +1 vote

      FFS, I asked you to PM OP, not asked this on the general forum.!

  • +1 vote

    I was about to buy one then realised I would just see a close-up view of my security door on the screen

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      If only these units were wireless

    • +1 vote

      Good to make sure your security door is still there then!

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    Rowdy Roddy Peeper! ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

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    When I first saw it I thought 'good idea, won't have to make a hole in the door!'
    Oh well…