* Cricket chirping
* IM Doorbell
* Grating Electronic noise
* Typical Electronic Beep
The 15kHz sound is interesting because this frequency range of sound cannot be heard by everyone. In older adults or those with deteriorated hearing (a condition known as presbycusis) this high frequency sound will not be audible, while others will clearly hear the sound and find it quite annoying. They also might think they are going crazy because people nearby will report that they don't hear anything. This makes for one of the most annoying pranks available.
Assuming you have done your part in selecting a suitable hiding location for the Annoy-a-Tron, it will do its part to drive your co-workers slowly mad with its short and seemingly random beeps. And when someone does locate the Annoy-a-tron, they're not going to know what it is - which is almost as much fun as watching them search for it. Muahaha...
The Annoy-a-tron 2.0 takes one CR2450 battery (included) and measures approximately: 2.5" x 1.5" x .35". It will run for over 4 weeks on a single battery.
** - The 'Teen Buzz Tone' is a frequency that young people can hear but older folks cannot. Sometimes younger folks cannot hear it and sometimes older folks can hear it, but, in general, it's called the 'Teen Buzz' tone. When you can hear it, trust us, it's one of the most devious pranks you can buy. Dogs agree.
* Six sounds choices: beep, 12 kHz electronic noise sound, 15kHz, cricket, doorbell, alternating between all sounds
* Volume knob
* Two magnets for great hiding ability
Posted by Brian Keddie on 31st May 2010
At first my victim was unaware of the high pitched "beep" which this device emited at random intervals. Once they started to notice it it began to irritate them and after a day or two was driving them crazy trying to figure out what the f****** beeping noise was.