Coleman G3HD-SUN VisionHD Full High Definition 1080p HD Video Sunglasses with Interchangeable Polarized Lenses (Black)
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- Features built-in 135 Degree ultra wide angle lens
- Captures video at 1080p Full HD resolution at 30fps and 720p at 60 fps
- Uses Micro SDHC cards up to 32 GB (SD card not included)
- Waterproof to 3.3 ft.
- PACKAGE INCLUDES: Sunglasses, carrying case, built-in lithium battery, charger, USB cable, tinted polarized lenses, transparent lenses, Image Editing software, 1 year warranty
- 135 Degrees Super Wide Angle Lens
- 5.0 Mega Pixels Sensor, Captures video at 1080p Full HD resolution at 30fps and 720p at 60 fps s
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The new Coleman Vision HD Sunglasses bring wearable video to the max. They feature full 1080p HD video resolution & are waterproof to 3.3ft. They also come with interchangeable polarized lenses & interchangeable transparent lenses while also being able to take Micro SDHC cards up to 32GB. The sunglasses are rubber coated for added protection and they boast a built-in 135 degree super wide angle lens to capture all video your eyes can see.
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These are the same as the iVue Horizon, which I have bought previously. The reason I switched to these is that they are advertised as water resistant to one meter. I had hoped that the design of the frame would be enough different from the iVUe to provide some protection. Turns out, there's no difference.
They are NOT waterproof.
I use them inside a hockey helmet. So, they are not actually submerged, just in a very high humidity environment. They only lasted about five games before dying. So, I took an extra star off for false advertising in the description.
I contacted the company, and they responded quickly, at first. They asked me to send them in for repair/replacement. They said it would take 10 days to get to them. I haven't heard from them since. That was two months ago. I have sent them three or four emails asking for any kind of response. So, I took another star off for that.
I really want to like these. But, I won't support false advertising and poor customer service. I'm actually willing to spend more for the iVue, where I've gotten great customer service, rather than send more money to these people.
Another month had gone by, and they never did respond to any emails. But, today, a package arrived, and it was a replacement set of glasses, at no charge. So, I'm glad that they did finally honor their warranty. It's still very poor customer service to not respond to emails, though. That, and the fact that they're still advertised as waterproof is going to lead me to keep the rating at two stars. I really think that "waterproof" should equal "high humidity proof."
In the meantime, I had purchased another set of the iVue glasses. To protect them so they'll last longer, I opened them up and applied 422B conformal sealant. Basically, it's a liquid that you paint onto the circuit board. It dries to rubber/plastic, to keep water off the electronics. In addition, I apply duck tape to cover the openings. Between those, I hope they'll last a lot longer
If you use the 422B, be sure your work area is ventilated. Use multiple coats, letting it dry for a half hour each time. Use care that you don't gum up the eject mechanism of the SD card, and don't coat the contacts of the USB port. Also, don't get sealant in the speaker, nor in the mechanism of the main button, nor the reset button. Those will gum up, so that when you press them they'll stay pressed.
Since this is been reported as a serious problem I decided not to try and get a warranty replacement and just have them crack again. So here's what I did.
I took the glasses completely apart being very careful. The frame of the glasses is hollow. It has to be to accommodate room for the wiring. The cavity is U-shaped. I found that an 18gauge Brad nail would fit nicely in the bottom of the U channel just leaving enough room for the wiring. The crack in the frame was on the battery side. I fitted the Brad nail in the bottom of the U chanel. That I used epoxy to secure it in place. I also glued the lens in place to further support the frame. The right side of the frame was not cracked as yet and contains the wiring for the camera as well as the battery powerline going to the electronics on the right side. I fashioned a Brad nail in that channel and glued it in place as well. Now the frame feels supported with enough flexibility that I believe it will not crack anymore.
Buyer beware there is absolutely no doubt in my mind that every single pair of these will crack in the manner that happened to me
Also, they claim these are waterproof to about 1 meter. I didn't use them long enough to test that out but just looking at the flimsy covers for the SD card and the USB connection I can't imagine how these could possibly be waterproof.
only downside is no picture taking. but if you download a free video editor
you can take snapshots from the video itself. the software that comes with the glasses is not
the greatest, you have to download from glasses to it, but you can save in windows.
crisp, clear vid's, long battery, 32g memory card holds a ton.
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