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MySpy Fully Wireless Digital Horsefloat Camera

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Your fully wireless horse and float camera - 8 hours on a single battery charge, you only need a smartphone to view.

View your horse travelling and at the camp at all times. Know instantly if your horse is in danger!

  • 2.4 GHz WiFi - The wireless Myspy horse camera wirelessly beams a signal to your phone screen placed in the vehicle cabin.
  • Functional range - Get up to 100 metres (300 feet) range with our improved antenna
  • Directly to phone - Watch your horse directly on your standard IOS or Android device. Simply download our App.

Zero cables. Simple setup.

How it works?

The wireless Myspy horse camera wirelessly beams the signal directly to your phone or a tablet. It can be placed anywhere in your vehicle cabin (on your dash, vents, or windshield). The camera operates in any type of lighting, including complete darkness.

The system allows you to constantly monitor your horse while on the road to events or new pastures. If you see any signs that your horse is not safe and comfortable, you can simply pull over and check on your horse before continuing.

The magnetic camera readily attaches to your float’s ceiling, wall, or any metal surface and includes fully rechargeable batteries that operate for up to eight hours

With its magnetic base you can just stick the camera to any metal part of your float. Connect it to any IOS or Android smartphone and enjoy the ease of mind, while keeping your horse monitored.  Also comes with a strong hook & loop attachment for non-metal fixture.

Easy to use, easy to maintain, and readily moveable, the MySpy wireless horse camera is essential to your peace of mind and your horse's safety.

The dangers of horse transport are very real. Even if you use a well-designed horse float and load your horse with care, without any way to see inside the float you will not be aware if your animal is stressed, ill or has become injured. Sudden stops or turns could lead to injury and there is no way to predict illness. Obviously, you also can’t stop every few minutes to check on your horse.