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Recording Can Fridge Guard Freezes Fridge Thieves – Including You – in Their Tracks

by Lambert Varias
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If you’re on a diet, Kitsch’N’Fun’s talking fridge guard can be your conscience: record a message in the can – like “I sure hope you’re just getting water” or “Hey Hurley. Stop eating!” – and then leave the can inside your fridge. The talking fridge guard is light-activated, so it will play back your message whenever you open the fridge. I don’t know about you, but the sheer freakiness of hearing myself scolding me would be enough to make me shut the fridge.

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Of course you can also use it to stop people from eating your food, or to remind them that . Decorate it and then place it in your kids’ bathroom, so when they go to brush their teeth in the morning, you can greet them even if you’re actually still asleep. Record a spooky message or just plain scream into the can, hide it in your friend’s fridge, and wait for the shrieking and cursing. The possibilities are not endless, but they are many.

The recording can fridge guard lets you record messages up to ten seconds long. It’s powered by 3 AA batteries (not included). You can get it for £6 (appx. $9 USD) at Drinkstuff.

[via Gadget Blog]

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