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Wireless Clock Camera

This really is a cunning device for any private detective and private investigator as it appears to be a easy wall clock but it contains a wireless pinhole lens camera. The camera takes images in colour and also the integral transmitter sends audio or video evidence to the receiver which is supplied. A wall clock can be a frequent feature in any room so private detectives and private investigators can collect that essential evidence with no creating any suspicion.

The wireless clock camera is powered by a standard 9 volt battery. The transmitting range is 100 metres (line of sight) so that private detectives and private investigators can location the receiver in a appropriate position for maximum effect. The receiver might be plugged into a Tv or recorder making use of scart or phono plugs, so the recordings can be viewed. This covert device is exceptional for use inside the a lot of situations private detectives and private investigations discover themselves in as there are no wires in between the camera as well as the receiver and also the results are high quality.

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    Bath is the biggest city in Somerset and is about 150 km of London. This city is a World Heritage Site and the Roman-built baths are one of its best-known places of interest. Some of its other attractions are its many museums, parks and theatres. The Royal Victoria Park is only a short distance from the city centre and spans across more than 20 hectares. Apart from these attractions, it is also home to two universities.

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    Bath boasts nine formal parks that span across almost 50 hectares that include Alexandra Park and Sydney Gardens. On top of these formal parks there are also a couple of grounds and other open spaces that make up more than 200 hectares and a few play areas for the little ones. Some of the attractions on offer include the Roman Baths, Fashion Museum, Victoria Art Gallery, Jane Austen Centre and the Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institute (BRLSI).

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    The city of Bath is so unique that it in fact has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here you can unwind in naturally hot spa water or visit the Roman Baths that are 2000 years old. A few of its other worthwhile attractions include Longleat Safari Park and Stonehenge. Then there is also the Georgian architecture to behold and an excellent boutique shopping experience and nightlife that awaits visitors.

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    The Roman Baths are one of the best historic places of interest that Northern Europe has to offer. As there are so many things to see, visitors should set aside at least two hours to explore all its features. Situated below the modern street level, it boasts the Sacred Spring where hot water rises on a daily basis, Roman Temple and the Great Bath (a giant pool that is more than 1.5 metres deep).

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