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Here we go guys...another anonymous donator has challenged our regular member population to a guessing game!  The prize up for grabs is a free VIP Membership!  The rules are simple...all regular forum members can guess at what the item pictured below is and what is is for or what it does.  We are looking for a detailed description!  VIP's, Supporters, Vendors, Staff and Benefactors are welcome to post WRONG answers ONLY (for the shear entertainment factor!) 

Here are a couple photos of the item in question...we'll take a few guesses before the first hint!

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It's an electric hand grenade from Italy. The only drawback is the length of electrical cord when throwing it toward an enemy. That, and finding an electrical outlet out in the battlefield.

 

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microphone?
Not a microphone.

Its a rampent rabbit vibrator for the discerning lady
Those were all banned and destroyed in the early 80's due to the effect they had on women in the work force.  Too many daily call off's!

Looks like Grey carpet.
It's actually "Warm English Cottage" white but we're not here to talk about the carpet today.

It's an electric hand grenade from Italy.  The only drawback is the length of electrical cord when throwing it toward an enemy.  That, and finding an electrical outlet out in the battlefield.
Technically, that would be a tactical EMT but they run on weapon grade uranium and do not require an electrical cord...just a 9 volt battery!

High frequency  speaker?
Not a speaker.

Here is the first hint: It's rarely found in a household but might be more common in a lab.

 

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Air quality sniffer/sensor?
No...sort of, but no.  

Here is the first hint: It's rarely found in a household but might be more common in a lab.
It's an electronic lab rat!
No.  Electronic lab rats have little robotic legs, a creepy tail and beady little red eyes! 

Ok, hint #2: The first images are actually only half of the device...here is another part of the item.  Again...what is it and what does it do? 

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it measures the wattage power from the boom,boom base speakers for competition
Great guess but...no. 

Hint #3:  It does measure something.

 
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Its a pet imitator. It basically records your animals bark or meow  and then plays it back on a loop to drive your pet mental and your mother-in-law wont come near the house. Prevents your house getting broken into too as the would-be thief wont dare try it with a mad pet on the premises.

 
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Darth Vader's detachable weiner
It's not detachable...it actually has a nuclear fission powered extend and retract function that Lord vader can control from the buttons on his chest pack.

Geiger counter?

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Negative...

Laser power sensor?
CORRECT!!  It is a Laser Power Sensor for small lasers up to 100 Watts!  

That is one of those turn signal sequencer calibrators.
It actually looks more like a turn signal fluid negative electron charger.  It makes turn signal fluid compatible with positive ground vehicles.

Its a pet imitator. It basically records your animals bark or meow  and then plays it back on a loop to drive your pet mental and your mother-in-law won't come near the house. Prevents your house getting broken into too as the would-be thief won't dare try it with a mad pet on the premises.
Close...it actually scans your pet and loads their specs into a computer and then creates a 3D hologram of your furry friend or you can load him into video games like GTA4.

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