Someone in my neighborhood recently had their dog stolen. That's right, stolen, and I didn't want the same thing to happen to my dogs. I thought about buying a sign that told the public to "Beware the Dog" but that would just tip off potential dog thieves to my dog's whereabouts. So I chose a different tactic: The Invisible Man Kit. A Friend said the kit was excessive, and worth many times the price of my mutt, who is half Labrador/half terrier/half dachsund. He doesn't understand the relationship I have with Mr. Muffles. So screw him, I got the kit. I should mention I don't own a rifle or any firearm. I've never been attacked by a deer, and I feel no need to kill one. I do love venison though. So I didn't have much use for the rifle scopes, though they do make for a quality club. Most likely they're overpriced for a club, but I like wailing on dog thieves and potential pervs trying to watch me shower, so it's a worthwhile expense. When I opened the box from OpticsPlanet, from whom I usually buy only sunglasses for my many admirers, I stumbled across the skunk scent first. I tried throwing it away, but Mr. Muffles went and retrieved it, then tore it open, then dragged it all over my house. Fortunately, with the Invisible Man Kit I mostly spend my days outside, in the bushes. Cause my house stinks and I'm very well hidden in my American Holly shrubs. I sit there, day after day, waiting for someone to come for Mr. Muffles. No one has come yet. Some would say it's the scent that can be easily be smelled (smelt? Scented?)... detected by a normal human's nose from the street while riding in a car with the windows closed. Nonetheless, I wait in eager anticipation for the day a foolish dog-napper comes for Muffles.
Pros: Good for surveilling the neighborhood
Cons: Price - Come on
This review was written in the old system and had content requirements that are different than reviews written today.