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Borescope Inspection Waterproof Camera

  • Includes a durable camera snake and adjustable LED worklight
  • Inaccessible areas can be viewed
  • Engineered for electrical, HVAC, plumbing and aircraft work
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Product Overview

The Klein Tools Borescope is great at finding problem spots in hard-to-reach places. Use this tool's gooseneck camera to snake through drains, duct work, or any other inaccessible area. This borescope even comes with a bright LED work light to help illuminate your work area.
  • Use to view inaccessible areas
  • Features a durable camera snake, high resolution screen, mirror image and adjustable LED work light
  • IP67: Dustproof and waterproof camera
  • Multiple applications: electrical, HVAC, plumbing, automotive, aircraft
  • Product includes: Borescope, 17 mm gooseneck camera, Rechargeable lithium ion battery, Mirror camera attachment, Hook camera attachment, Magnet camera attachment, USB data adapter/charger, USB power adapter/charger, user manual
  • 24 Bit color display
  • USB Mini-B port to charge battery
  • Delivers live video to the display only, no recording options
  • Optional gooseneck cameras and other accessories available
  • Battery replacement service available; contact Klein Tools for details
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Info & Guides

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Cable length (ft.)3.3339
Power Tool FeaturesLCD Display,Waterproof Camera HeadWaterproof Camera HeadLCD Display,Waterproof Camera HeadWaterproof Camera Head
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Specifications

Dimensions

Cable length (ft.)
3
Camera head diameter (in.)
0.67
Display size (in.)
2.4
Probe Length (in.)
39.6
Product Depth (in.)
1.55
Product Height (in.)
6.53
Product Width (in.)
2.84

Details

Color Family
Orange
LCD display
Yes
Power Tool Features
Waterproof Camera Head
Product Weight (lb.)
0.619375
Returnable
90-Day
Tools Product Type
Power Tool
Waterproof camera head
Yes

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Please refer to the attached warranty document in the Product Overview section above under Info & Guides.

Questions & Answers

8Questions28Answers

Can I export images and/or videos? I’d like to include them in a home inspection report.

Asked by Adam June 20, 2020
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Answer

The model # ET510 Borescope delivers live video to the display only, it does not feature recording options. For exporting images and videos please see the following borescopes: Klein Tools model # ET20 Wi-Fi Borescope Inspection Camera Klein Tools model # ET500 Video Borescope

does it have the ability to save images?

Asked by ziltoid May 10, 2020
1
Answer

The model # ET510 Borescope delivers live video to the display only, it does not feature recording options.

ia case included

Asked by lauro July 22, 2019
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Answers

The ET510 Borescope does not include a case.

is the camera water resistant? to be used to examine clogged toilet

Asked by pfm February 26, 2019
1
Answer

The ET510 Borescope camera is dust proof and waterproof (IP67).

Does it have a zoom in and out function?

Asked by SBAZ April 1, 2017
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No

How clear is the quality of the images?

Asked by Beto February 15, 2016
10
Answers

The video is very clear. It can be used to read a label and the image can be flipped if necessary.

Where is it made?

Asked by BoomBoom January 24, 2016
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assembled in china

Are there extensions for the cable?

Asked by Noob October 14, 2015
3
Answers

it comes with a 6mm x 1m cable with camera head and you can get a 6mm by 2m cable. mine has the 3 ft cable which is all I have needed so far but I am thinking that the 6 foot cable would be handy in the future.

Customer Reviews

  • 4.4
    out of 14 reviews
  • 80% recommend this product
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This was ordered online and shipped to my home without issues. I've been used this to install spe...
This was ordered online and shipped to my home without issues. I've been used this to install speakers in my walls in my TV room to make sure I wasn't going to cut through critical wiring or piping in my home. This Camera was just what I needed to make sure I didn't cause any damage. I've also used this while working on my car to find hidden fasteners that hold panels on. The camera is easy to use and the light it gives off works fairly well in small dark areas. You can adjust the brightness with the camera to get a better image on the screen. My only complaint that I wish this had was a magnet at the end of the camera to find and grab screws that fell in those hard to reach places. This camera is also waterproof, but luckily I haven't needed to use it in any circumstances that would require a waterproof camera. And the battery is also rechargeable just you just need to plug in the included USB cable.
by DIYinUT
3 people found this helpful
I like that the instructions for different languages are separate, so you can just pick what you ...
I like that the instructions for different languages are separate, so you can just pick what you want and get rid of the others. I’m surprised that they have English, French and Portuguese and not Spanish. I’ve never owned one of these before so I don’t really have anything to compare it to. I’ve often thought this would be useful when I’ve been doing work inside of walls. I tested it out by poking it down my heating ducts to see what was down there. I’d probably use it when I’m trying to see what is in the wall but I don’t have any wall projects right now. Using the camera takes a bit of getting used to because it is hard to point it in the right direction. You can flip it to a mirror image which might help. The camera comes with three devices to put on the end: a hook, a mirror and a magnet. I don’t know why you would use the mirror but I suppose it is for looking around corners or something. The hook is quite small and bends in towards the center of the “goose neck” so it is a little tricky to hook stuff. With the magnet attachment I managed to pull out a large nail that has probably been in my duct for over 20 years. The problem with the attachments is that they are really hard to get on and off. They have a springy clip that has to go around the goose neck. It was hard to get them off and when I did I scratched the black paint on the goose neck. The instruction manual doesn’t really say how to get them on and off. Unfortunately it doesn’t really say much about how to use the device. I am one of those people that actually reads the manual, so I wish it had information about using the camera. I would have been really nice if there was some kind of case for this. This isn’t something I will need to use very often and there are seven different components to keep together. What is the likelihood that I will be able to find all the parts when I need them? I’ll have to put them in a zip lock bag! The manual says that you should charge it as soon before you use it. Unfortunately it doesn’t say how you know when it is fully charged. The display has a battery indicator on it but I didn’t know what the fully charged symbol looks like. After I had charged it for a while I noticed that the battery indicator on the screen had 4 bars on it so I figured that was the fully charged indicator.
by Ben
1 person found this helpful
I'm really unimpressed with the picture quality on this borescope. Take a look at the pictures at...
I'm really unimpressed with the picture quality on this borescope. Take a look at the pictures attached to my review: one is a view of this borescopes picture as displayed on the handheld unit... the other is a saved image from a twenty dollar usb scope attached to my phone. Both are taking pictures of the same thing - a water bottle on the counter. The borescope uses a proprietary connection to the handheld unit so I'm not sure if the poor quality is caused by low quality optics (camera), bad wiring/connection between snake/handheld, or poor quality handheld screen. In any event, it's almost unusable for virtually any task - I will stick to my cheap USB scope and a cellphone.
by DIYinOH
I am not an expert on borescopes, but can say this one works very well. Some of the things that i...
I am not an expert on borescopes, but can say this one works very well. Some of the things that impressed me: - The scope is long enough to reach most applications you’ll run into whether doing close range renovation, electrical, or mechanical work - the camera does a great job of focusing on the object closest in range, and the light settings buttons allow you to get near perfect lighting for the situation - the attachment of the scope to the monitor / base is secure yet quick and easy to get on and off - the components are well made, with the monitor / base having a secure protective rubbery / grippy shell. - though the neck of the scope can be challenging to position just right as Klein opted for durability over flexibility, the camera view axis can be changed at the click of a button. - comes with mirror, hook, and magnet attachments, plus a battery charger and USB to wall outlet adapter The battery charges quickly, and the unit holds a charge well. A versatile borescope. Look forward to using it in automotive work and for odds and ends like peering into an old safe.
by ASM154
1 person found this helpful
This product is alright, it gets the job done but I would not recommend it because from my experi...
This product is alright, it gets the job done but I would not recommend it because from my experience there are better products out there and I would choose them over this one. One of the things that made this lose a star for me, is the fact that when this is off and plugged in there is no way of knowing if the device is charging or not. There is no indication light that lights up or anything. According to the manual this takes 5hours to recharge when it is completely drained. 5 Hours seems unacceptable to me, especially in this day and age when you charge 18/20v/56v batteries in under an hour. I discovered that even though this has an internal battery, you cannot use this while it is charging. If you turn it on, the screen will turn black after a second. I did not realize this at first, I just assumed the battery was not strong enough to operate. If you have the unit on without it being charged, and then charge it up will it is on, the screen will instantly turn black once it is plugged in. Just unplug the cable and turn off and on to operate it again. I found the scope a little cumbersome to use, mainly due to the placement of the cable, with it being on top of the screen it caused me to have difficulty seeing the screen properly. If you need to search for something overhead this can be bothersome. I found that holding it sideways made it a little easier to see what was going on. There is an auto shutoff mode, to activate hold the button on the left until it says APO , press it again to change the time. The 3 options are 5min,10min , and off. I plugged it into my computer, and all it did was charge it. There were no options to do anything with it. The LED worked well, that is a bright spot with this product, instead of a few brightness settings, you can bring it up or down on a scale of 0 to 100. I used this to check my toilet as well as a leak I had in my bathroom which was in the walls and it worked well in the water. The cable is very tough and durable. For an upgrade I would like to see it have a charging indicator, reposition the cable somewhere else, and I like the fact that there is an arrow on the camera to let you know the proper orientation of the camera. I would like to see Klein take this one step further and have a line going from the arrow down the cable so you always know the right way to turn it. When the camera is inserted into an object, you won't be able to see the arrow on the camera and this will reduce the frustration of tilting your head to see the image clearly. Overall , I would not recommend due to the difficulty I had to see the screen for searches over my head, no charging indicator, and the looooooong recharge time
by SmokedNeckbones
1 person found this helpful
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Rating provided by a verified purchaser
by HomeDepotCustomer
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Rating provided by a verified purchaser
by HomeDepotCustomer
I'm just a home owner, but found uses all over the house for this thing. It's sometimes better t...
I'm just a home owner, but found uses all over the house for this thing. It's sometimes better to be able to "look around" in something, before you take it apart! It's a fantastic, well made device!
by rj48035
5 Star Review
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by HomeDepotCustomer
Good quality tool but priced more than triple the wifi borescope alternatives. I used the tool to...
Good quality tool but priced more than triple the wifi borescope alternatives. I used the tool to install a new wall sconce and outlet (see it in action in video below) and it saved me from having to do drywall repair. It allowed me to see inside the wall to position my drill accurate to penetrate fire blocking. The gooseneck is stiff but easily repositionable. However it is much more expensive than several alternative borescope devices that connect to your phone via wifi (Depstech wireless borescope). The Klein is superior to the cheaper scopes but I’m not sure it is worth the cost for basically the same technology. It has a fairly good focal length to keep objects in focus. But gets blurry when really close to objects. The Klein also lacks a charging LED so you must power up the device to see if it is fully charged (minor annoyance). So it is the cost that brings this tool down. Still it works very well and I would give it a C+ or B- or 3.5 stars if they would let me give partial stars. How I rate: 5 stars – Exceeds all expectations. Better than the competition in all aspects, design, cost, operation, and support (A+). 4 stars – Nicely done. Better than the competition and solves the problem. (B) 3 stars – Works as expected. Has some shortcomings but gets the job done. Might be short in design, cost, longevity, or support. (C). 2 stars – Falls short of expectations and needs improvement. Pass and look elsewhere. (D) 1 star – Fails miserably. Does not get the job done, might even make things worse. Someone at the company should be fired. (F)
by diymark
2 people found this helpful
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