So this last week has been the most hectic in the Toybuzz house since my two babies were born, as it was time for a new baby to enter the family – Maple the Puppy.
Perhaps not the best time then to try and set up and test the new SpyNet Laster Trip Wire. The little mite ‘s not the best at stealth, and is more likely to be bombing around the room than trying to sneak past the lasers.
However she has helped us find out that the laser trip wire works really well, so thats a good thing.
The set comes with a laser base unit, two mirror pads, and the final alarm unit.
The mirror pads have suckers on the bottom so you can attach them onto doors, walls and windows. Making it easier to line the laser beams up.
The set up is really easy once you get the hang of lining up the lasers properly.
Initially I thought it would be easier if I placed all the units and mirrors close together, however we found it’s actually easier if they are further apart as the beam is longer.
One thing to mention is that the Tripwire takes 6AAA batteries. So make sure your stocked up when you buy.
I was hoping to get some great video footage of the boys trying to dodge the tripwire, however Maple has put paid to that as she keeps running off with the mirror units and growling at them.
The SpyNet Laser Tripwire is great fun. The units are small enough so your able to hide them really well. They certainly gave Thomas a fright when I caught him sneaking into the kitchen for a sneaky snack.
Thomas, Jacob and Maple had lots of fun testing out the SpyNet laser Tripwire, and we would recommend it for adventurous kids with a big imagination.