Do you ever get a knock at door and look out your peephole only to see nothing? Is it someone you know or could it be a stranger or salesperson on the other side of the door. Now with the Door Peephole Viewer you will get a crystal clear image of who is at your door every time.
To the person at the door it looks like a regular peephole, but inside with this reverse peephole viewer, you can clearly observe your visitor, without them knowing you are looking. Unlike obsolete viewers that darken to show someone is home, your guest will never know you are looking through your reverse peephole viewer. It is economical and easy to install. You can even zoom in by pressing the button a second time so now you can really know who is at your door. This is a great way to keep your family safe. It would make a great birthday gift or with the holidays coming soon a great Christmas Present. Buy yours today.
The Door Peephole Viewer is available at Sharper Image for $119.99.
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