Does It Really Work: Lizard Cam

The maker of the Lizard Cam claims the new, amazing micro-inspection camera goes anywhere you can't see. It's so easy to use, just turn on the handheld base, feed the four-foot cable with the attached camera and you're ready to go. A clogged dryer vent or sink drain? No problem. But Kurt Aaron wants to know, does it really work?

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  • Jack Nguyen

    My Review on Lizard Cam: This new, amazing micro-inspection camera (allegedly) goes anywhere you can’t see. It’s so easy to use, just turn on the handheld base, feed the four-foot cable with the attached camera and you’re ready to go. If you think it does a bad job, you are wrong.

    Pros: Simple directions, Display screen is easy to see when using Lizard Cam indoors, You can see dust under the fridge, change ready to come down in the vending machine, what is wrong with ventilation system, and inside the sink with garbage disposal using Lizard Cam, You can check even the subtlest when you look behind the TV with Lizard Cam, saves you time and money to see what is in your gutters, vents, etc.

    Cons: Cords can be very stiff and hard to get used to, display screen can be hard to see when using it outdoors.

    Final Verdict: In conclusion, it is a great product to use when seeing anything you can’t see without this product, in color. If you want this product to see what is in vents or drains, you deserve this for $40.

    Score: 7.6/10

    After Word: Good money saver!

    Final Grade: B+