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Burglars get smoked right out!

Adam Ismail

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FlashFogs are advanced fog generators which provide the missing link in a modern security system. A new antitheft system for automobiles fills the vehicle's interior with harmless fog in 20 seconds -- making the car impossible to drive.vid showing use:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jy1MAPo3n4MJames Bond would be wryly amused. A new antitheft system for automobiles fills the vehicle's interior with harmless fog in 20 seconds -- making the car impossible to drive.Car fanatics and anyone who hates noisy alarms might prefer FlashFog. The device has "an astonishing and instant blinding effect," according to the makers of the device."You can't see anything," says Jeremy Klimowicz of West Coast Customs. "It's something that would be an added deterrent to theft."According to the National Insurance Crime Bureau, a car is ripped off every 26 seconds in the United States. In 2005, 1,235,226 vehicles were stolen. And anyone who lives in a city can testify that hearing a car alarm triggers annoyance rather than thoughts of crime. In fact, the Insurance industry has found that noisy alarms don't work.While immobilizers and tracking systems are an improvement upon traditional alarms, they don't always prevent theft of items inside your car or trunk. FlashFog overwhelms and disorients any number of intruders, according to its makers, maintaining a thick fog for 45 minutes. It's also nontoxic and leaves no residue in the car.

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where would I get such a product? its what i've always wanted

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I saw this stuff on Crimewatch recently, it was used during a raid on a jewellers, the cctv footage showed the robbers legging it empty handed seconds after it was deployed, simple but effective, but perhaps slightly flawed for use in cars, surely all the thief has to do is open the windows? Might be useful in a car-jacking situation maybe.

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saves steaming up the windows for nookie :p

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