By David Ponce
This one’s pretty simple, and we’re wondering why we’re only seeing this product on the market now. The Brinno Digital Peephole viewer goes into the current peephole found on many doors, but allows you to view your visitor using a 1.3 megapixel display. There’s even a zoom option so you can examine facial features more closely. This is of course not an always-on device: pressing the button gives you 10 seconds to identify who’s there. 2 AA batteries last approximately 1,700 peeps.
Bonus: no one has to know you’re there anymore, since even just looking through regular peepholes kind of gives you away by going dark.
It’s $180 ($160 Australian) but currently out of stock.