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ScopeAround Endoscope 1080P HD Digital Borescope Camera Waterproof 4.5″ Inch IPS Screen Snake Video Inspection Camera with 2x Len and 6 LED Lights, Semi-Rigid Cable, 32GB TF Card and Tool Bag (16.5FT)

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Brand New Design dual lens endoscope, designed with 70° front lens and 70° side lens totaling 140° view, helps eliminate blind spot and capture more details, 2500mAh rechargeable lithium ion battery lasts up to 4-5 working hours
1080 pixel high definition camera inspection camera provides sharp high-resolution high-quality videos & images, gives you clearer detail, perfect inspection camera for automatic maintenance, mechanical inspection, pipe repair and sewer & drain inspection
4.5 inch IPS monitor industrial endoscope has a IPS color screen, helps to capture more stable and clean image & video, industrial housing protects against harsh debris and working conditions
IP67 Waterproof Probe with 6 LED light ensure proper functioning in rain dark & humid environments, 16.4 feet (5 meter) durable semi rigid flexible borescope cable
100% Customer Satisfaction comes with a 1 year guarantee a full refund and 24 hours customer service, this is all-in-one endoscope device, it does not support streaming wireless wifi or bluetooth technology


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Brand: ScopeAround. Real Angle of View: 70 Degrees. Item Dimensions LxWxH: 7.8 x 6.6 x 2.7 inches. Light Source Type: LED. Manufacturer: ScopeAround. Date First Available: November 12, 2019. Best Sellers Rank: #19,218 in Industrial & Scientific. Customer Reviews: 4.6 out of 5 stars 494 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars. Batteries: 1 Lithium ion batteries required. Item model number: MS-450-5M. ASIN: B081DT5XKF. Item Weight: 1.61 pounds. Product Dimensions: 7.8 x 6.6 x 2.7 inches.

Specification: ScopeAround Endoscope 1080P HD Digital Borescope Camera Waterproof 4.5″ Inch IPS Screen Snake Video Inspection Camera with 2x Len and 6 LED Lights, Semi-Rigid Cable, 32GB TF Card and Tool Bag (16.5FT)

Weight 1.61 lbs
Dimensions 7.8 × 6.6 × 2.7 in

5 reviews for ScopeAround Endoscope 1080P HD Digital Borescope Camera Waterproof 4.5″ Inch IPS Screen Snake Video Inspection Camera with 2x Len and 6 LED Lights, Semi-Rigid Cable, 32GB TF Card and Tool Bag (16.5FT)

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  1. Tank!

    The Pros: The case is very nice and holds everything in place effectively; The light on the camera is quite bright but can be dialed down a little if need be; The image you get is very crisp and clear and you can really see the interior of the pipe you’re looking at; The camera has a remarkably beefy retention mechanism on the main unit that clicks into place and holds very nicely; No lag between the camera and screen and no lag in the screen images. The Cons: It’s not the easiest thing to hold in your hand, but easier to juggle without a camera filming the action too; There’s no indication of which camera you’re looking through on the screen; It’s hard to get the camera around hard bends in the pipe (like u-bends); It can be a bit tough to rotate the camera in the pipe, especially after you’ve pushed the camera in quite far. All in all this is a nice camera. I bought it to look down my kitchen sink drain line because it takes a 90 degree turn when it reaches the basement floor and has clogged on us at that point a couple of times. I wanted to get a good look at it to see if there was anything that could be done without tearing out the basement floor and if there was any buildup left after the last plumber call out. That bend is about 14 feet of pipe away from the kitchen drain, so I figured this camera would get me to where I needed to see. Before I tried that though I made a little video of the unboxing and my first use of it on the washing machine drain line for a test. It worked nicely, but I did have a few complaints, some that are specific to this unit some that are just general to cameras like this. My biggest issue is that there’s no indication on screen which camera you’re looking through. You’d think that wouldn’t be a big deal, but when you’re five feet into a pipe and stuck on something you may try clicking between the views a few times to see if you can tell which way you need to turn/what the problem is and fairly quickly lose track of which view you’ve got. I feel like this could be a firmware fix though, maybe, so if that can be addressed I’d probably give it five stars. Other than that there are the usual issues with anything semi-rigid that you want to shove through inaccessible spaces – it’s hard to rotate it once you’ve gone any real distance, although that is doable if you spin the entire unit, and it’s hard to get around sharp bends like u-bends in pipes. With persistence it’s possible, or with laziness you can take the u-bend off first and start from there, but that’s the downside of anything like this so I can’t really mark this endoscope down for it. The image quality on the camera is very nice, and the screen itself is crisp and quick. You don’t get that sort of slow movement/ghosting that a lot of cheaper LCDs will have, so it’s extremely usable. Even after being pushed through water and muck the camera looked brand new after a quick rinse and the cable shows no signs of wear even from the rough walls of old cast iron pipe. Update – After a few weeks of use I have changed my review to five stars and here is why: My one ding before was not having on screen notification of which camera you were using, but after using it a few times to look inside of pipes and the engine bay of my car I’ve discovered that it’s usually very easy to tell which camera you are using. An on screen notification might be nice, but isn’t as big a problem as I had thought at first. The biggest reason for the increase though is the video ability. That has turned out to be the most used feature for me, as I have been able to playback video for plumbers and mechanics to show them exactly what the issue is before they even lift a tool. The video is so crisp and clear that it has made their jobs far simpler (and quicker and cheaper) than it otherwise would have been.Read more

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  2. Old Radio Guy

    Likes: – Decent picture and video quality. Not 1080 by any means, but far better than passive fiber optic units. – Side camera is low def, but it’s essential. I almost bought one from a competitor until I saw that the competitor’s unit lacked a side camera. The picture of the fuel pump and float inside the white plastic tray is from the inside of an Iroc camaro fuel tank. I had to verify that the assembly was sitting properly in that white slosh tray. The main camera could not turn the corner well enough to do that. – Side camera button is easy to reach. Moreover, the connector is the universal USB format that can be inserted either way. So it you want the side camera button on the back side, no problem! – Nice padded, hard shell carry case keeps everything together. Dislikes: – Unit is sometimes hard to hold and reach the photo capture button while maneuvering the “snake”. Part of this is due to the fact that the cable is 16-ft long, and part is that it’s designed to be used in landscape mode. – Once in awhile, if you move the camera forward too quickly, the unit freezes, and you have to turn it off and back on again. I’ll submit better pictures of things that aren’t so impossible to give people a sense of the camera’s abilities. But then, isn’t that why we DIY’ers buy borescopes? To see things in impossible places? FOLLOW-UP: I added a picture of the inside of the Camaro gas tank, this time with 2 or 3 gallons of gas in it. You can see the gasoline just starting to lift the fuel gauge float. I had another freeze-up as I was setting the unit up, but all I had to do was turn it off and back on. Once we start digging inti the engine, I’ll post some more pictures.Read more

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  3. Andre

    It seems okay if you just want to view something live on the screen but if you want to be able to take photos or video and use this data later then you will probably be very disappointed. The unit itself seems solid enough, live viewing quality is okay but saved data is very poor quality. I think I’m returning this as I really wanted to be able to view images back later so this won’t work for my application. Again, it is an okay little unit if all you care about is viewing live. The cable is also more loose/flexible than it is rigid so that is also something to know. If you think you can mend this to whatever you want and use it to reach up high than it isn’t going to work unless you using a pole or something and tape the cable to it.Read more

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  4. Zoey

    This endoscope came in with a nice carrying case that’s very compact but able to store all of its accessories. The screen is very solid, and looks almost like a rugged cell phone with a pretty nice big screen at 4.5 inches. It has a hard and rugged shell around the monitor unit but also has good grip. It’d be nice if they also include some kind of stand or monopod but I guess I can just get any cheap monopod out there to make it work with this. What I really like about this device is that it uses microUSB cable to charge so any phone cables would do the job, I don’t need to have to carry its own special charging cable. I think it took about 3 to 4 hours to do a complete full charge and it would last pretty long. I only had to charge it once since I purchased it and been using it a few times already and battery level is still around 50%. So looks like it can hold its battery pretty well. And with the USB charging cable, i can just use keep a small power bank in its case as an additional charging pack in case I run out of battery while using it. The monitor has good resolution, very clear picture and video even in a really dark environment, when turn on the built-in flashlight, it would show very clear video and picture. The tip has actually has 2 cameras, front and side which can be very useful when trying to see something in a tight space, then the side camera would become very useful. The cameras and flashlight are waterproof so no need to water about water damage when using it in a drainage pipe or wet environment. Definitely a good investment if you’re looking for an endoscope.Read more

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  5. Alpesh Patel

    Easy operation & working fineRead more

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