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The Double Socket Recorder might appear to be a normal mains wall socket but it hides inside it an really sophisticated recording technique which could be invaluable to investigations created by private detectives and private investigators. This covert device can record inside 10 metres with absolute clarity in WAV format and won't be noticed. At the bottom edge of the socket there's a USB connector which is out of sight. This enables the private detective or private investigator to download the recordings to either a laptop or perhaps a PC which can be played utilizing a media player, giving private detectives and private investigators clear and accurate information. The device has a total recording storage time of 70 hours, giving private detectives and private investigators a fantastic deal of information to allow them to solve their case.

To be able to charge the Li-battery in the Double Socket Recorder, the charger plugs into the USB socket after which into the socket itself, giving a battery life of approximately 8 hours of recording each time. The device is ideal for private detectives and private investigators to utilize in domestic or corporate circumstances.

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  • Swindon

    Swindon is a large town in the county of Wiltshire, South West England, located on the midway between Bristol, 35 miles to the west, and Reading, the same distance to the east. London is 71 miles to the east, and Cardiff is 60 miles to the west. It has a population around 180,000. Citizens of Swindon are known as Swindonians. Bodleian Library is located in Swindon and has a book depository, which contains 153 miles of bookshelves.

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  • Swindon

    The landscape of Swindon is dominated by the chalk hills of the Wiltshire Downs to the east and south. The Old Town lies on a hill of Portland and Purbeck stone. Like all British Isles, Swindon has a temperate maritime climate so you should bring an umbrella if you ought to visit Swindon. Swindon once was a railway town, so there are a lot of sights that include old stations, locomotives and trains.

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  • Visit Swindon

    Swindon once was a small market town that was mainly used for barter trade. The first settlement is also known as Old Town. But the arrival of a new railway changed everything and pushed town into development and urbanisation. Today, the town centre is the perfect place for shopping since it is pedestrianised and offers great both outdoor and indoor shopping experience. The most important thing is that there is a wide range of accommodations.

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  • Lydiard Park

    Lydiard Park is an historic estate on the western border of Swindon, with the Church, Palladian House and Walled Garden, positioned in 260 acres of parkland. Cafe & Tea Rooms, children's play area, events and education programmes make Lydiard Park a great destination for a family day out. Lydiard Park runs events through all year, including Live Music, Open Air Theatre The Luna Cinema, and more. Lydiard Park is also a venue for many high profile events.

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  • STEAM Museum

    Museum of the Great Western Railway also known as STEAM is situated in the restored Grade II listed railway building in the past Swindon railway works. Located on the opposite side to the Swindon Designer Outlet, the Museum tells the story of the men and women who built, operated and travelled on the Great Western Railway. See famous locomotives, drive the train simulator and even work the signals in the interactive GWR signal box!

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  • Lawns Park Swindon

    Lawns Park is located to the east of Swindon's Old Town. There are plenty of surfaced paths around the park suitable for wheelchair users. These offer a great view of the park, on its meadows, lakes and woodlands. The most beautiful areas of the park are The Wet Wood, Bruddel Wood, Ornamental Trees area and The Meadows. The meadows were once fields for grazing cattle and also show evidence of an ancient field system.

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