Secret Agent Week

Get Smart by getting sneaky. While you might not want to match wits against James Bond or Maxwell Smart, I can hook you up with the low down on some essential gadgets you’ll need to accomplish any minor espionage mission. Or at least look cool while spending lots of cash!

Spy Pen

Recording Pen
Every secret agent needs a way to capture audio and no one would even think twice about a pen. With one of these snazzy guys you’ve got up to 10 hours of battery life and a full 7 hours of recording. It plugs into your computer via USB and actually works as a pen.

Spy Micro Camcorder

Micro Camcorder
How many times have you found yourself wishing you could get some video footage on the sly? And not just for those upskirt Britney Spears shots, you pervert. But with a slim tiny camcorder, it’s perfect for hiding it away in a room, tucked into a pocket, or panned around discreetly to capture your arch-villain’s every move. With a 1gig card you can hold over 30 hours of video and record for 2 hours on a single charge.

Spy Peephole Viewer

Peephole Reverse Viewer
Before kicking down a door, it’s nice to have an idea what you’re getting yourself into. By placing this clever little devil against the peephole, you’ll get a secret look inside the apartment you’re keeping tabs on. Stuff like this makes me think spies are jerks.

Spy Lock Pick

Lock Pick Gun
For the spy on the run who doesn’t have time to fumble with tumblers, a few quick squeezes of the trigger will open most locks. This, of course, will lead to you being arrested.

Spy Sim Card Reader

SIM Card Reader
If the person you’re spying on is your cheating whore girlfriend, then you probably want to access all the information on her cell phone, because, well, you’re kind of a douchebag. This little USB reader can access all the information stored on a SIM Card. In the same vein, there are lots of things that plug into computers and laptops that invade someones privacy like a champ.

Spy Tracking Device

Tracking Device
Straight out of all your favorite spy and cop movies comes a real life GPS Tracking device. Whether you’re tailing the mafia or just making sure your kid isn’t sneaking off to Make Out Mountain (where the hell is that by the way?) with the ease of slapping this magnetic beauty onto the bottom of any car, you’re in the know.

Spy Taser

A Taser
When you’ve finished doing all your spying and everyone who knows you hates you for reading their emails, you’re going to need something to keep them at bay. You shouldn’t have been such a jerk! If you want to have any chance of keeping your friends and aren’t down with shooting them, you might want to TASE A BRO.

So there you go, a few little items that will help you become your inner spy. Though personally, I would stick with just dressing nice, wearing cool shades, and maybe carrying the recording pen for kicks. Going any further can get you in jail, in the hospital, or in the CIA.

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