Anyone ever use one of these? I am thinking about getting one for a
wall insulating job in my home. Wondering if they work well and are
worth the $30.
I think it would most often be used by looking through a small (patchable)
hole in the drywall.
As far as how effective, you would almost need to try it. The eye relief
and field of vision would
be important regarding the usefulness of the view.
Here's another suggestion: If you have a digital camera, and if you
have a hole in the wall that is big enough, you just stick the camera
in the wall, take a flash picture, and then review on the screen. Of
course if you are just drilling a 1" or 2" diameter hole in the wall
this won't work.
On Mon, 30 Jan 2006 12:13:03 -0500, "Buck Turgidson"
No, but I worked at the facility that made the Walleye Missile, during
the VN war.. Precursor to all the fancy targeted missiles they have
It might work, if you can make it dark in the room you are in. I
didn't see dimensions given for it.
But before buying one, try a dental mirror and 150W lightbulb close to
They also have at HD an attachment to a flashlight that bends around
corners. It best fits the flashilight that they sell with it, but I
found a way to stick it on my 2AA flashlight. Haven't tried to use it
yet, with or without a dental mirror.
(They have metal dental mirrors at hamfests, swapmeets, and plastic
ones at radio shack.
Cheaper and probably smaller than this walleye. (named after a fish.)
Remove NOPSAM to email me. Please let
me know if you have posted also.
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