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Burglars are less likely to break into a home if they think that someone is home. The Peeping Thomas home burglary deterrent is a mechanical device designed to periodically lift and lower a single slat on conventional venetian or mini window blinds which gives the illusion to someone on the outside, that someone inside is watching them through the window.
Whether you're home alone, out on errands, or on vacation, the Peeping Thomas is an inexpensive add-on home security measure even for those that already have expensive home security systems.
The Peeping Thomas consists of a small battery-operated electronic motor-driven pull cord which is clipped to a slat of the window blinds.
The motor has a motor controller for the frequency and duration of the slat movement. When the Peeping Thomas is turned on, the delay switch can be set to five, ten or fifteen minute intervals.It is:
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