Christmas decoration promises to make sure your kids are ALWAYS on their best behaviour & it costs just £6.99
AS any parent will know, the phrase "I'll call Father Christmas if you're naughty" is said more than a few times a day in December.
But now there's an even better way to convince kids that Santa is always watching – and it costs just £6.99.
Online garden centre Primrose have released a "Santa Cam" bauble, which gives the illusion of a video camera encased in red glitter.
According to Primrose, the bauble – which doesn't require batteries as it's not actually an electronic – is the "perfect companion to Elf on the Shelf".
"Simply hang the bauble on the tree, tell the kids Santa is watching and you’re sure to have excitable – but well behaved – children on the run up to Christmas," the store said in the listing on their website.
While the faux Santa Cams are nothing new, the fact that the "camera" is within a bauble is a more subtle way of including the device in Christmas decorations.
Other such cams traditionally are black domes which sit on the ceiling and flash, making children believe they are being watched by elves – who then report their behaviour to Santa himself.
However, one mother who tried out one of the stick on ceiling cameras for her kids had less than positive results.
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"What a bad decision! I hadn’t thought the physiological effects of this through," she wrote in a review on Amazon.
"It lasted all of ten seconds as my children were crying their eyes out at the idea that elves would spy on them in the intrusive and constant way.
"I removed it and binned it but still had three troubled little girls who were scared to sleep alone for a few days."
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