This device is easy to use. The image is clear and the light is sufficient. It comes with a variety of tips to use. I do with some were made of a softer material, but I think all of these scopes are similar. The vendor was also pleasant to work as they followed up to make sure the product arrived safely and was to my liking. I highly recommend this for anyone shopping for a similar scope. There are many to choose from and I'm happy that I selected this one.
The picture is very high quality - I had to go to urgent care for my ear problem and the doctor's asked what camera I was using and then looked it up and couldn't believe the price. They said it was high quality medical grade. The only area that needs improvement is connecting to the app - it took some time to figure it out since it shows up as a network you need to connect to not as an app. So each time you have to disconnect from your network and connect to this app.
Okay, I'm just like you: I've got wax in my ears and I've always wondered if it's really bad and my friends are just nice and they're not telling me I've got slime monsters poking out of my earbud receptacles. I tried rigging up a series of lights and mirrors to see into my head holes just like you did, but that never worked (although one time I'm pretty sure I could see 27 hours into the future for like 13 minutes). So when I saw this ear wax removal endoscope at such a low price, I figured it probably wasn't going to be that great, but at least I'd get to greet my little ear monsters face to face, even if it was a Windows Paint 16-color image from 1991.Well, I was wrong! This is a fantastic product at a great price, and it's easy to use. I use it with my iPhone, so I just downloaded the app from the App store, then followed the directions in the app. The scope creates its own WiFi hotspot, which you connect your phone to, and that allows the scope to send a very high quality image directly to the phone without relying on any outside signal. (Woot! You can mine your ears even on a plane. But don't. Turbulence. Don't mine your ears on a plane.) The only difficulty you'll encounter has nothing to do with the product itself, and that's just getting accustomed to actually operating a remote ROV inside your own head. But pick it up you will, and soon you'll be scooping out goop you never imagined or wanted to know was sitting millimeters beyond the reach of your earbuds! And then Imagine what you'll discover when you go deep sea diving into your teeth or the depths of your belly button!But seriously: This small company has built an excellent product that delivers on all of its promises and then some. I've comfortably cleaned my ear canals and learned quite a lot about the anatomy of my ears along the way. The image quality is excellent and the app works exactly as it should. I recommend the product to anyone who is serious about hygiene or is just one of those curious types (the tip can be removed, turning the scope into an effective lighted "microscope."Highly recommended!
Okay so this thing is pretty great! It’s definitely worth a try! my only few issues personally with it, is the battery dies kinda fast? nothing to not buy it over though. Also I have small ear canals, which is a reason why my ears get clogged so easily etcetc, and this thing was fun and got some stuff out, but it hurt quite a bit to maneuver around because of how small my canals are.. still not a reason to not get it. I would also look into getting some kind of water pressure sprayer too to better get wax out that is deep in your ear!I used this to get the things that I could but there was this buildup of wax by my eardrum and I couldn’t get to it with this thing...so I went to my doctor and he used the water pressure thing and it worked pretty well lmao! Anyway maybe get both?
First, I had no trouble setting this up with my iPhone 7, IOS 14. I bought this to better understand where the wax was and how much. Also because I use ear spoons a lot and hydrogen peroxide on occasion, I wanted to see what was really going on, which this does really well.I have removed the flexible ear spoon from the top because I found I wasn’t using it. I prefer my steel spoons.All in all, I am quite pleased with it and glad I ordered it.
I am fairly chronic with earwax and have the bad habit of letting it build up until its impacted. Couple years ago I went to a clinic and she pulled out a noodle thick as a pencil and about 3" long ,,, Was getting bad again and who wants to go to a clinic these days ?Tried the ear flushing stuff with the rubber bulb, 100% useless once the wax is hardened and impacted, so I thought I'd give this a try. Hookup couldn't be any easier, is tricky but once you figure out the angles you can start scooping out the gunk, I can now hear the clicks of the keyboard while I type, before I couldn't. Gets more and more uncomfortable the further in you go, obviously you have to use caution and don't just jam it in there ,,, Work on getting some easy globs first and then the bigger ones come out easier. Pic is gross I know, nothing pleasant about the inside of a dirty ear.I play guitar, this makes a huge difference to my playing, well I guess being able to hear makes a huge difference in just about everything.