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Having a clogged bathroom or kitchen sink can be frustrating—especially if it keeps happening again and again. If you think there’s no amount of Drano that will keep your drains running smoothly, then maybe something bigger is lurking below. If this is the case, you might have something more obtrusive than hair and gunk clogging your drains. An endoscope like this one from Depstech could help take a look at the problem at its base.
Luckily, the Depstech Wireless Endoscope is on sale for $29 with an on-page coupon, or $7 off the original price.
“This thing is really great. At first, I could not figure out how to increase the intensity of the light,” wrote a delighted five-star reviewer. “However, there is a little dial on the main box/end piece of the endoscope. Once turned, the light was bright enough to ‘see’ down my drain. My issue...drain flies. This product helped me identify where those little ‘you know whats’ were located.”
The Depstech Wireless Endoscope features an impressive 11.5-inch snake cable to make it possible to see inside even the most tininess of spaces, while its 2.0-megapixel camera offers a crisp and clear HD view. Whether it’s your hair, cement, or something else entirely, you’ll figure out what’s causing that blockage in your drain.
Meanwhile, the device is Wi-Fi-enabled to turn your Android smartphone or Apple iPhone into a video monitor to capture any and all footage via the Depstech app. The camera also works in low-light and dark areas, as well as wet spots like sink drains—thanks to its IP67 waterproof certification.
For $29, you can see and possibly fix your drain problems yourself with this handy device—before you have to call a costly plumber to get on the job.
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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