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This really is an ingenious covert device which can be used to record actions by all private detectives and private investigators who wear a tie. A private detective or private investigator can conceal this colour camera, which also records audio, to film conversations, interludes or any other meetings that would prove invaluable within the surveillance of an investigation. As the camera is properly concealed it can’t be readily spotted, even close up, so a private detective or private investigator can carry out investigations whilst remaining incognito.

Private detectives and private investigators can use a covert video recorder with this fantastic device and this can also be utilised to energy the camera, so an further power supply isn't necessary. This really is an perfect device for private detectives and private investigators on the move in any sort of case from personal to corporate.

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  • Swansea

    Swansea is a coastal city that's located in Wales. After Cardiff, it is the second most populous area in Wales. It is also the second biggest city in Wales. The city is home to a few theatres that include the Grand Theatre (located right in the middle of the city), the Dylan Thomas Theatre and the Taliesin building. Apart from the theatres, it also boasts three Grade I listed buildings and a couple of Grade II* listed buildings.

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  • Swansea

    The Swansea Grand Theatre (located in Singleton Street) has a wide range of exhibitions and shows on offer for everybody. Another place of interest is the Brangwyn Hall and Guildhall that date all the way back to the 20th century. Then, apart from these attractions, there are also countless gardens and parks that include the stunning gardens at Singleton and Clyne and the indoor green space at Plantasia. For another fun outdoor activity, there is also the Swansea Prom.

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  • Visit Swansea

    Swansea Bay is a great holiday destination that is ideal for families or those looking for a more romantic break. What makes it so great is that it offers visitors the best of both worlds - you can surf at its Blue Flag beaches and explore the green spaces too. It offers a lot of activities that include a visit to the National Waterfront Museum and LC Waterpark (the biggest waterpark and leisure complex in Wales).

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  • National Waterfront Museum

    If you want to know more about innovation in Wales and its maritime and industrial heritage, the National Waterfront Museum is the place to visit. A few of the things that you can learn about is the transport and how the industry influenced the way people lived. It promises to deliver a very interactive experience with displays of iconic objects, video maps and modern sensory technology.

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  • Oystermouth Castle

    Located on a hill in Mumbles, you will find the Oystermouth Castle that dates as far back as the 12th century. It boasts some of the greatest views of Swansea Bay. Some of it features include graffiti that dates all the way back to the 14th century, vaults, private staircases and banqueting halls to explore. Plus, the 30-foot high glass bridge definitely promises to be a highlight!

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  • Mumbles Pier

    Mumbles Pier is one of only a couple of piers that are still privately owned in the United Kingdom. This pier boasts an interesting history and used to be a station for the Mumbles Railway and the Mumbles RNLI station home. Today it remains to be one of the favourite seaside attractions. This tourist attraction, which has been part of Swansea since the late 1890s, is the ideal place to enjoy a bite or something to drink.

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