Light-activated fridge guard plays recorded messages

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Hoping that the Fridge Recorder was an inconspicuous surveillance device, I am crushed by disappointment: it’s just a toy that detects the fridge light and plays a message. On the other hand, there’s not much to surveil inside a refrigerator. [Drinkstuff via Technabob]

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6 Responses to Light-activated fridge guard plays recorded messages

  1. greg says:

    I don’t think it is available in the USA.

  2. TJ S says:

    Maybe it’s not good as-is, but there’s obvious modding potential here. Replace the speaker with a camera, up the memory, and suddenly you have a device for proving that your roommate ate the leftovers with your name on them.

    Either that, or proof that you’ve got a really smart pet…

  3. milovoo says:

    “No, Fatty! None for you! Close the door!”

    Motivational diet aid.

  4. Halloween Jack says:

    “Dude, you already ate dinner. Do you ever want to have sex with another person again?”

  5. Mike says:

    I think it could have great prank material. Load it up with the Wilhelm scream and leave it in the fridge. Should stop the 3am fridge raids…

  6. Lookforthewoman says:

    This would have been handy back when I had a roommate who would eat all my food at 4am while drunk.

    Actually… he’d probably have tried to drink it.

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