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Invisible Bluetooth Earpiece Will Get Lost In Your Brain

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By Evan Ackerman

There’s an inverse relationship between the size of a Bluetooth headset and the amount of annoyingness it can be responsible for, which makes this “Invisible Bluetooth Earpiece” by definition the most annoying thing in existence. But if you’re wearing this, you won’t care, because you’ll be too busy playing spy. The earpiece comes with a transmitter that hangs on a cord around your neck, and attached to the transmitter is a cable with a button at the end. Pushing the button sends a beep to your handler, which enables you to send back information without having to say anything (which would be a dead giveaway, obviously).

If you have any sense, right about you’ve probably started wondering just how you get this thing out of your ear. It’s easy! Just slap the included super strong magnet to the side of your head, and it sucks that puppy right out. Sounds foolproof. The whole kit is yours for $200 from SkyMall.

[ SkyMall ] VIA [ RGS ]








  • Jessicat

    I seriously hate things in my ears. Like headphones that come with iPods, I throw them away. I don't think I could have that in my ear.

  • franco1975

    is this even safe???

  • Nikkita Croix

    It's nice to see spy stuff exist in real life. Why isn't the microphone integrated into the ear piece? To use this requires a separate cellphone, microphone, and morse code button on a long wire. That is a lot of extra stuff to be carrying around. Not that I have any covert missions to be on, but it's something to think about.

  • mcman

    What's that squiggly thing in the ear picture? Actually I know what it is but I'm trying to be funny. It's hard on Monday morning.

  • PacoBell

    Because the earpiece is a passive inductive device. I'm pretty sure you wouldn't want anything transmitting RF that deep in your cranium, anyway.

  • PacoBell

    Because the earpiece is a passive inductive device. I'm pretty sure you wouldn't want anything transmitting RF that deep in your cranium, anyway.