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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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With a 50-foot range, these night-vision goggles allow you to see what happens in the dark. View larger.
Two modes of vision allow you to choose stealth or distance, depending on the situation. View larger.
Designed for covert operations, the binoculars feature action detailing and black coloration that lets kids operate under the radar. The dual display provides clear images that can be seen with both eyes, and the form-fitting eyepiece with eye-width adjustment ensures a comfortable fit. A black neck strap makes sure that the binoculars won't fall or get lost in the middle of the night.
Long Range Mode vs. Stealth Mode
The Eyeclops features four different modes for different types of operations. Stealth Mode makes you utterly invisible by removing the light that is emitted by the binoculars. Long-range mode helps you focus on people or objects that are as far as 50 feet away. Both Spy mode and Military mode alter your field of vision to simulate the effect of using real infrared binoculars.
Lovers of the outdoors will be delighted to find that the infrared light illuminates tiny insects and the reflective surfaces of animals' eyes. While the binoculars make it a cinch to see in the dark, the relatively small field of vision makes it dangerous to run while looking through them. Adult supervision is recommended for safe play, and for the installation of the Eyeclops' five "AA" batteries (not included).
What's in the Box
Eyeclops night vision binoculars with neck strap, and instruction manual.
The comfortable neckband allows you to see in the dark with your hands free -- perfect for spying!
This product COMPLETELY SUCKS!!!!! It doesn't work @ all, which it is supposed to. I paid a lot of money for a piece of crap, I would NEVER order from this seller again. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kerri Schettgen