I just got an endoscope that goes on my Samsung phone.
It has an adjustable light, is waterproof, and has a 3.5 foot cable.
It has a great image.
Best of all it cost $9.99 with free Prime shipping.
Really don't wanna know where you're going to put it or look.....
HaHa Donít bend over!
It makes a great addition to my tool box.
It will look great next to my $15.00 IR temp measurement gun.
And my new SIG Sauer toy.
Don't worry Fred. Those that make fun of your new toy will get theirs in the end.
If you are going for the self colonoscopy, don't confuse the SIG for the Samsung.
The Snap On IR Thermometer, the Snap On Videoscope & the Snap On Thermal Imager all work great for me. All bought and paid for. I may consider if Snap On decides to bring one of those out.....
Harbor Freight offers a tiny endoscopic thermal imager that is powered by tiny lithium batteries & is waterproof.
It is $49.99 with the 20% off coupon.
It is called ď Three In One Bum ď.
I also own the endoscope that can be used with a smart phone. And I got my money's worth out of it. Back in the summer, I built a new intake manifold for my 1911 Maxwell AB 2-cylinder. It required that I weld pieces of tubing together in order to make it. I used the endoscope to look inside the tubes at the weld's and found that there were some sizable pieces of slag barely holding on. I beat on the manifold with a rubber mallet and broke them all loose. If I had not looked in there, and had they broke lose while running, it could have hurt the engine internals.
My Dr. friend and I have used an endoscope to find and remove a dropped nut out of a T transmission. It had the wire loop on the end that's used to cut off polyps. The loop was placed neatly around the nut and tightened. Pulled the nut out, viola! Our other buddy, who dropped the nut, was so happy he nearly cried.
(No, it was not a used endoscope that had done service in other regions...)