Getting a survival kit together before you start your trek up a mountain can be difficult. What do you need? What is essential? Where can you find these items? After trawling through the internet and ending up far more confused than when you first started is not the best way to start your quest.
Luminox watches have been around since 1989 however they were made famous in 1993 when a special request came through the US Navy SEALs. They worked together to design a watch that passed all the SEALs vigorous tests and 20 years later they were still being used by the US Navy SEALs. Not only are these watches used by the US Navy SEALS but are also used by S.W.A.T teams, pilots, military personnel and elite forces.
Luminox watches are Swiss made, where reputations are high for making the finest quality watches. Switzerland has achieved the standard for quality and perfecting the art of mechanical craft. One of the main focus for Luminox watches is the luminosity and to be able to read the time in zero light conditions. Luminox has achieved exactly that as it uses a self powered illumination system that will provide you with visibility for up to 25 years. Luminox watches are also water resistant.
If you haven’t already been wowed by Luminox’s 25 year illumination guarantee their watches are also water resistant up to 200 metres making them perfect for users engaging in water sports and deep water diving.
These watches are also favoured by athletes and performers because of its light weight, durable, tough, powerful and accurate mechanical craftsmanship. It is also the number one choice for use in high action films due to its long lasting durability.
The Consumer Electronics Show at Las Vegas is held in January of each year and it’s where every major manufacturer shows off their latest products. This year, there was only one star – and it’s the product everyone’s talking about …
… the E-Board.
Here at Spycatcher, we’re delighted we were the first company to pick up on this product, with enormous sales of it over the last 12 weeks.
The E-board is basically a Segway type Personal Transporter, but with one major difference – it has no handle. It may sound like it’s difficult to ride, but it’s actually really simple. Because it’s gyro-stabilised, you don’t have to balance on it – it does the balancing for you.
To move forwards, you simply press your toes down. By pressing on your heels, you’ll go backwards, and you just press on the toes of either foot to turn.
We sell this product online for £1500.00 and it was the must-have Christmas present this year.
You can see the E-Board by clicking here
With the horrific and shocking news of the killing of a much loved teacher at a UK school the question has, once again, arisen about whether schools should be carrying out spot checks for weapons.
Click the graphic below and have a look at this presentation of bond gadgets over the years and modern day equivalents. We selected 13 films from 1962 to 2008 and featured the gadget in the movie and the modern day equivalent which is available to buy from our website. Please share the content and do let us know what you think.
Spy equipment has been proving to be hugely popular in the run-up to Xmas 2013.
Despite increased competition it is clear that the public’s appetite for these products is still unquenched. Many people were predicting an end to the spy equipment market but it seems that the opposite is true.
We have some special new products for you.
As always our team has been working very hard to bring you some new and exciting “State of the art” products This year’s special is the M1 Personal Transporter. A product that we think will be the transport mode of the future. We like this product so much that we, and our Associate company, have become the sole authorised distributor for the UK.
When Angela Merkel, the German Chancellor, was told last week that her trusty Nokia 6210 Slide had been monitored by the US National Security Agency (NSA) from Fort Meade, Maryland, her reaction seemed to be one of genuine outrage.
One of the hugest advances in recent years in the surveillance industry has been the introduction of digital recorders also know as recording equipment devices.
Previously recorders used tape, instead of microchips, which meant short recording times before the tape had to be changed, poor sound quality, particularly if you slowed the recorder down to increase record times, and the inconvenience of having to store recorded tapes manually.