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Etekcity Lasergrip 774 Non-contact Digital Laser Infrared Thermometer, Yellow and Black $11.28 @amazon

haip7364 5 30 July 14, 2016 at 07:16 PM in Tech & Electronics (4) More Amazon Deals
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Last Edited by kh0rneflakes July 14, 2016 at 08:34 PM
Link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00837ZGRY

The normal price is $17.88.
$11.28 after using the code IHG3USW7,

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Sold by Etekcity and Fulfilled by Amazon.
Size: Lasergrip 774
Color: Black/Yellow

Measures in Celsius or Fahrenheit (Range: -58℉~716℉ / -50℃ to +380℃)
Built-in laser for precisely aiming; one 9-volt battery (Included)
Distance Spot Ratio: 12:1; Emissivity: 0.95(fixed); Response Time: <500ms
Auto Shut-off & Data Hold Function & Low Battery Indicator & Backlight Display Selectio
FDA, FCC, CE, ROHS approved;2-Year Warranty
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Lmao never mind. Delete.
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Last edited by ybbagmarie July 16, 2016 at 10:15 AM
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What the heck... Just bought it 2 weeks ago for about $17 bucks...
Never mind, it's well worth that $17. This one is extremely useful if you want to make authentic Chinese/Vietnamese fried foods, which require very high temperature of the pan (>400F) so that the food get scorched the outside, but still keep juicy inside.
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The device that changed 21st century privacy... Awesome find!
Please elaborate...Embarrassment
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Please elaborate...Embarrassment
Please don't. Enough stupidity in his post already!
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Please elaborate...Embarrassment
Look up the U.S. Supreme Court case Kyllo v. United States!

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Please don't. Enough stupidity in his post already!
Unbunch your panties. It's Saturday morning. And if you're referring to me, I'm not a guy.
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Last edited by ybbagmarie July 16, 2016 at 10:12 AM
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Look up the U.S. Supreme Court case Kyllo v. United States!




Unbunch your panties. It's Saturday morning. And if you're referring to me, I'm not a guy.

Thanks!
And thanks for a Saturday morning chuckle! laugh out loudnod
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thanks op

got a $5.99 Prime Pantry credit too for selecting no rush shipping!
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kyl...ted_States

Figures. Yay! for Danny Lee Kyllo!

"The Supreme Court ruled 5-4 that the thermal imaging of Kyllo's home constituted a search. Since the police did not have a warrant when they used the device, which was not commonly available to the public, the search was presumptively unreasonable and therefore unconstitutional."
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kyl...ted_States

Figures. Yay! for Danny Lee Kyllo!

"The Supreme Court ruled 5-4 that the thermal imaging of Kyllo's home constituted a search. Since the police did not have a warrant when they used the device, which was not commonly available to the public, the search was presumptively unreasonable and therefore unconstitutional."
I mean yay for him but he was still a drug dealer/grower ?
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I mean yay for him but he was still a drug dealer/grower ?
he grew weed. so what. its not like he was growing friggin pharmaceuticals.....

the true drug "dealers" have white coats and wear stethoscopes around their necks.
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Why is this thing posted every 3 days? Honest question
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In41 thanks!
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he grew weed. so what. its not like he was growing friggin pharmaceuticals.....

the true drug "dealers" have white coats and wear stethoscopes around their necks.
So every doctor is a drug dealer. You're an intelligent guy. Go smoke some herb and loosen up, Jerry.
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Look up the U.S. Supreme Court case Kyllo v. United States!



Unbunch your panties. It's Saturday morning. And if you're referring to me, I'm not a guy.
Disclaimer. The following public service announcement is an explanation of the above listed Supreme Court ruling. Those not interested and trolls need not read any further.
This a digital thermometer, not a thermal imagining device. The case pertains the reasonable expectation of privacy and how the fourth amendment applies to search and seizure. Essentially what it came down to was police were conducting surveillance on a known drug house, using a thermal imagining device to get heat signatures that are given off indicative to a grow operation. The court stated that a search warrant must be obtained if using technology (other than binoculars) that would allow AN AGENT OF THE GOVERNMENT to see beyond the senses of a normal human being (where binoculars magnify your vision, thermal technology allows one to see beyond walls invading your reasonable expectation of privacy). Of course the Bill of Rights was put in place to protect citizens from the government. It does not apply to civilians spying on civilians. As for the drug thing, the doctors are doing what they were taught. If you want to blame someone for the increase in opioid addiction then blame the pharmaceutical, companies and the politicians in their pocket. 80% - 90% of opioid addiction starts with prescription pain killers, not marijuana. That's the number given by one of the countries leading addiction psychiatrist.
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