Diet-beauty 1byone Fake TV Simulator Anti-Burglar and Theft Deterrent with LED Light:Diet-beauty
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1byone Fake TV Simulator Anti-Burglar and Theft Deterrent with LED Light:Diet-beauty

1byone Published in October 19, 2018, 4:55 am
 1byone Fake TV Simulator Anti-Burglar and Theft Deterrent with LED Light:Diet-beauty

1byone Fake TV Simulator Anti-Burglar and Theft Deterrent with LED Light:Diet-beauty

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Kev Reply to on 23 April 2017
It's a clever little thing and it actually works. I thought it was a bit of a gimmic to start with but I did think the idea was good in principle. It came nicely package and it looks quite neat it will sit anywhere, it includes a sticky pad and a couple off screws should you want them. The lead seems generous enough and I've connected mine to a wall socket timer for the times that I want it to work even though it has a couple of settings built in. I'm pleased with the product and would recommend it as it does exactly what it says. I'm a private buyer and wasn't given this to try so my opinion is an honest one.
G Chamberlain
G Chamberlain Reply to on 30 March 2018
Like other reviews have stated, I was unsure how effective this would be at simulating a tv, but with it being a modest price I thought I'd give it a go.
I have to say that I'm blown away with just how effective it is. I have placed mine on the tv unit next to the tv as at 90mm by 85mm it's small enough to not look obvious or get in the way. My tv faces away from the window, so this unit isn't visible from outside. The random light pattern it displays makes it look EXACTLY like a tv from the outside and it's just bright enough to look like the real thing.
The cable is 1.5M long and easily reaches the smart socket that I'm using. I have this unit set to permanently on so that I can control it remotely with the smart socket and it will be ideal when I'm away on holiday, as I can turn it on and off at will. At around 3 watts it's a heck of a lot cheaper to run than a tv.
Placed correctly and with some thought, this will fool anyone into thinking that a tv is being watched. I can thoroughly recommend this Canadian supplied light unit and I would give it ten stars if I could. I hope this review has been of some help.
Mr. S. Kerzman
Mr. S. Kerzman Reply to on 30 November 2017
I was unconvinced that this was going to be very effective, but decided to give it a try based on all the positive reviews and its modest cost. I'm pleased to say that, although I got a dud one the first time around (Amazon sorted it in their usual efficient way), that the replace works extremely well. Anyone would be hard pressed to know it wasn't an actual TV unless they could see the device directly through the window. It probably goes without saying that having your curtains / blinds closed gives the best effect......letting the variations in light intensity and colours diffuse through the window coverings without giving anyone outside an unimpeded direct line-of-site to the device. The two timed modes also work well in giving the appearance of someone watching TV and then shutting it off before retiring for the night.
Baggins Reply to on 8 July 2018
Update, the seller has sent me a replacement and it is clear now that the first one was faulty as this actually flickers, changes and sort of resembles a TV. It doesn’t get 5 stars tho’ because it throws a very white light, the coloured LED’s are very dim and have very little effect.
I do have another, more expensive, make of fake tv, with more LED’s and this does change colour as well as fading and flickering, I guess you get what you pay for.

Just 12 leds, I don’t know why but I was expecting 20, so its not as bright as I expected.
6 of the leds are white, 3 green, 2 blue and 1 red.
All it does is fade the white leds from bright to very white and back again.
It does not look much like a TV, more like a lamp changing brightness. The coloured LED’s are drowned by the white ones and do nothing.
The little stand is hard plastic with no rubber pad so it slips around and the power supply cable is heavy and as thick as a pencil so the weight of the cable pulls the device around.
Ok it does sort of occasionally flicker but it does not look like a telly, is unstable and the power supply cable is thick, heavy and much to short.
Not really impressed - I have asked the seller if this is working as it should and will revert when I hear from them.
Stephen Y.
Stephen Y. Reply to on 3 October 2017
The back of my house is quite vulnerable as anyone can walk into the garden from the open fields. I have this in a bedroom at the rear of the house, sitting on a shelf facing the window. The random nature of the light in terms of colours and brightness make for a very convincing TV simulator. It wouldn't surprise me if the programming of this device was done partly by 'recording' this information from an actual TV feed. The unit is very compact and takes up very little space. You need to try it after dark to get a proper idea of brightness - just about right in my opinion.

To fully automate this item I use it in conjunction with my Samsung Smartthings home automation hub. The device is plugged into a Smartthings power outlet. It then only comes on at sunset IF we are away from home, and turns off if we're still away at 3am.
Bookworm62 Reply to on 25 February 2018
Bought this to improve home security over the dark winter months. Very impressed with this small but effective device. Easy to use. The flickering light really does look like a TV is on. One comment though. If there is any other light source in the room this device will not automatically come on when it gets dark. The room has to be properly dark for it to work so if you also use lights on timers this won’t work in the same room. But you could use it in a bedroom and it would look like someone was in bed watching TV until late.
Jim Reply to on 29 July 2017
I like the way that it can be set to come on "at dusk" (I've found it works well if strategically placed, even in a room with some 'prior curtain closure' + other 'timed room lightning') and it certainly provides a very noticeable 'lighting pattern' visible from outside meaning that I can confidently say that it seems to work as advertised although I'm not certain how accurately it simulates a modern (LCD) TV!
Overall I'm happy with this purchase although I'd have liked a slightly longer power cable for use in my house.
UXBLDN Reply to on 24 November 2016
Perfect, works a treat, I have venetian blinds and from outside looking in, someone's in watching tv for sure ;-)

Like the way it tilts as well, and it's pretty small, so just sits on a shelf,

A brilliant bit of kit, highly recommended.
Mark Garth
Mark Garth Reply to on 5 January 2017
Nice and bright, with plenty of flickering and colour variance. I've used this twice so far and it looks realistic from the outside, in darkness. How visible it is will depend on how thick your curtains are or how solidly your blinds block light, but if you position things right, you can get a very good 'fake TV look'
Jayne Reply to on 15 August 2017
Seems to work ok and give a good impression of a working tv set. The packaging wording is interesting. It shows a drawing of a house with no lights on, with a burglar stood outside saying "nobody's home, perfect". The next drawing shows the house illuminated with the tv simulator and the burglar running away saying "oh sh*t. Someone's in." I think the chinese to English translation went a little wrong!
Time will tell if it lasts but so far so good.
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