Inspect any of those hard to reach places with the Endoscope Inspection Snaking Camera!
This camera has a 4 ft long waterproof and flexible cable that will reach into the tightest and hardest to reach spots with all kinds of twists and turns. The cable also comes with 3 separate tips to latch onto and retrieve a variety of different objects.
Best of all, the hand-held LCD monitor helps you to see and inspect the condition of the areas in real time as you snake them. The built-in LED light and HDcamera provide clear visuals of even the darkest of crevices and gaps.
This Endoscope Snaking Camera is ideal for inspecting drains, tubes, pipes, sinks, toilets, ventilation systems, electronic devices, and even cars and other machines.
Real Time Camera LCD Screen: HD camera conveniently displays everything on a 2.4" hand-held monitor.
Flexible and Waterproof Cable:4 ft waterproof cable will help you investigate clogged toilets, drains, pipes, ventilation systems, etc. The cable bends and flexes easily to go wherever you need it.
Hook Attachment: Clever hooks will help you pull out dropped objects, including jewelry, chain, toys, rings, and more.
Mirror Attachment:Attach the mirror tip to the cable to be able to see underneath your heavy objects that are difficult to move and all kinds of other things as well.
Magnet Attachment:Attach the magnetic tip to the camera and pick up dropped metal objects. It’s perfect for the garage and craft rooms.
Built-In LED light:Powerful LED light illuminates the darkest cracks and spots.
Material: ABS + stainless steel
Screen size: 2.4 inches
Endoscope size: 20 x 8 cm, 0.65 x 0.26 ft
Cable length: 120 cm, 3.93 ft
Power supply: 4 x AA batteries (Not included)
Net weight: 240 g
Package includes: 1 x Endoscope Inspection Camera; 1 x Hook attachment;
1 x Mirror attachment; 1 x Magnet attachment
1 x User manual
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My wife dropped her wedding ring off the counter, it rolled a foot and fell into an open floor vent - the cover had been removed for new flooring install. I used a shop vac and tried to suck the ring out but it seemed to roll down the duct quite a ways, because after an hour of trying I just couldn’t get the vacuum to pull it up. I ordered this endoscope. The next day I was able to charge the scope, set it up (very easy), and start using it. The first thing I did was verify the ring was in the duct, and I found it within minutes. Then I tried to use the hook attachment to grab the ring. I taped the scope to the end of the vac hose and was able to guide the hose exactly where it needed to go. The ring got sucked up, and all was right in the world again. I’ve already found a couple other uses for the scope, such as checking a fuel pickup line inside a tank that has a dividing wall. It’s a handy tool to have, and definitely paid for itself the first time I used it.
Loved it a lot more than I thought I would. I used it to find an existing in-wall cutout for network cable. The cam helped me a lot confirm I was in the right spot and make the square hole.
I’ve been able to find studs in the wall and see in a bunch of places in other drop installations.
Worked like a charm! We’re doing a remodel project in the master bath. After the plumbers left, I hear dripping in the kitchen wall downstairs. Do we rip out the drywall to see where the drip is coming from? Nope, I poked a hole and sent this camera in to find dust and cobwebs inside the wall. The plumbers have a venting issue that is causing the dripping sound INSIDE the pipe. I’m relieved there is no leak AND no drywall to repair. Just a hole the width of a pencil. The images are crystal clear and the light is very bright.
This thing has been amazingly useful. I have used it for a few different projects, including running speaker wire to my ceiling-mounted speakers, installing extra outlets in existing walls, and installing recessed lighting in my ceiling. It was been very useful for every project.
It's especially useful when fishing wires through walls. You can fish the wire through and use the camera to guide where you want to go. It's easy to set up, stiff enough to move around in a wall, but flexible enough to go around corners. It holds a bend really well too. Overall I am very satisfied with it.
The endoscope works very well as it should. Battery life is good.
This product is everything the description said it was plus so much more. It paid for itself many times over in the 1st hour of use. Running new fuel lines under the floor of a 50' Ketch with no schematics. Wire snake continually hit obstructions one wrong blind move could cost $1,000's. Professional estimate was Labor 8 hours @ $125 per hour. Job was totally finished in 2 hours w/no drilling of bulkheads. The ability to show still photos along with video was indispensable all the while watching the progress .
Initial impressions are that this is a a pretty good quality scope. Easy operation, I`ve used it to get inside my clothes dryer to align the exhaust pipe. I plan on using this for all types of home and garden projects. It really is an affordable and worthwhile tool...
This scope worked as described and was a pretty good quality and value for the price. This one worked perfect for me. I used it for trouble shooting automobile issues and it was a game changer. I put it down a spark plug hole and could see something wrong inside the engine that needed addressed, which could only have been discovered if the engine cylinder head was removed. I also found a vacuum leak under my intake manifold where a hose came loose. I could not see this from atop the engine at all, so the scope was awesome to help me find that.
What an awesome tool for my job. Works better than expected! It's water proof. it never skipped, stuttered, froze, or lost the picture. endoscope has paid for itself many times over.
I had a water leak in my wall. I didn't know where it was and the Endscope enabled me to find it by drilling 1/2 inch holes in the wall. I was amazed when I found the water pipe with the hole in it. Hiring a plumber could have cost me over $500 , but I was able to isolate the problem and fix the leak.