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Hidden Home Security Cameras Launches Range Of Security Cameras On New Site

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Hidden Home Security Cameras has launched a new website that introduces its range of inexpensive surveillance cameras.

Medicine Hat, Alberta – January 10, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Hidden Home Security Cameras, which is based in Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada, is proud to announce the launch of their new website which features a modern range of home security devices and cameras. The website has been designed to help parents and home owners keep constant surveillance of their most valuable possessions when they are away. Parents can also ensure that their children receive the level of care they are entitled to from nannies and care-givers while using technology that is discreet.

The basic laws of economics dictate that most families require two income sources to survive, which means that children are often left in the hands of nannies, maids and even older siblings. Hidden Home Security Camera’s extensive selection of hidden cameras in everyday objects will ensure that parents can monitor their staff from any room or viewpoint.

The range of hidden, wireless spy cameras for home is designed to be placed in different objects and to give working parents some peace of mind. By using cameras hidden in satchels, computer AC adapters or on countertops, parents can view the activities that go on in their homes and take the correct legal steps should the need arise. Hiddenhomesecuritycameras.com also carries a broad selection of upmarket body-worn cameras, which conceal the technology in items like baseball caps, high definition clear glasses and MP3 players.

For people who want a constant watch in one room or areas of the home or office, surveillance cameras can be concealed in pot plants, clocks, water bottles, DVD and Blu Ray covers and artistic canvases.

Parents who are concerned about what is being said to their children, or even the material their children are listening to, can make use of Hidden Home Security Camera’s selection of voice recording and high definition video pens, which have lots of storage space. Some of them feature motion activation for ease of use and complete discretion, and all are tastefully designed and finished. Some have remote control function, which means the user never has to touch or come into direct contact with the device, allowing complete discretion.

For surveillance that provides complete mobility and flexibility, Hiddenhomesecuritycameras.com carries portable surveillance in the form of key chains and watch DVRs. The watch selection features designs that are stylish, sporty and elegant. Some of the watches offer night vision for complete flexibility.

Those who want to keep their home more securely this year are spoilt for choice, as Hiddenhomesecuritycameras.com offers a wide range of tech gadgets for monitoring room by room. Reverse peephole lenses, bug detectors, wireless and laser camera detectors have all been selected to afford home owners peace of mind. With extended operating times, back up battery power and state of the art technology available, there is no reason for any home to be left vulnerable the threat of a break-in.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.hiddenhomesecuritycameras.com/

Contact Info:
Name: John Snowdon
Email: Johnsnowdon17@gmail.com
Organization: Hidden Home Security Cameras

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