EyeClops Night Vision Infrared Stealth Goggles
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- Eyeclops night vision provides kids young and old with an authentic night vision experience like never before
- Powered by actual infra-red driven night vision technology
- Conduct covert operations in your backyard, investigate nocturnal activities in your house and take games like hide and seek to a whole new level
- See up to 50' in complete darkness
- Eyeclops night vision lets you see in complete darkness
- EyeClops Night Vision enables clear visibility up to 50 feet in even complete, pitch dark environments
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Take covert operations to the dark side with this handheld unit that lets you see up to 20 feet in the dark.
Enjoy the thrill of real night vision technology with EyeClops Night Vision stealth goggles! These super stealth goggles allow kids ages eight and older to see in absolute darkness using infrared illumination so they can explore the dark landscape around them. These fun goggles are the perfect companion for slumber party sleep-overs or camp-outs.
With the EyeClops Night Vision goggles, your child can explore dark environments with advanced infrared technology. Set-up is easy. Simply insert five AA batteries into the battery pack at the back of the head-set, and slide the power switch to turn on the goggles. Once the screen display lights up inside of the right eye-piece, you can fit the goggles to your child's head by adjusting the soft rubber straps around top and sides.
EyeClops Night Vision goggles come equipped with a hinged, flip-up eye-piece that can be opened when the goggles are turned off, or closed when the goggles are in use. Your child can choose between the maximum surveillance mode which emits a barely-visible ring of red LEDs around the eyepiece so they can see up to 50 feet in absolute darkness, or go for the stealth mode to remain completely invisible while they explore the dark landscape immediately around them. A small switch on the side of the goggle head-set allows them to switch from a black-and-white to a green screen display.
Enhance Your Nighttime Stealth Operations
The futuristic design of the durable plastic head-piece adds to the fun of these exciting night vision goggles. Soft rubber molding around the goggles and adjustable straps across the top and sides makes them comfortable and easy to wear.
While the EyeClops Night Vision goggles provide a crisp, clear image of dark landscapes, they should always be used under adult supervision. Because the display screen is small and provides limited peripheral vision, these goggles should only be used in environments that are free of potential tripping hazards. As a nice safety feature, the goggles' handy flip-up eye-piece over the left eye provides immediate access to normal vision if your child becomes disoriented or needs to take a break from viewing through the small display screen located in the right eye-piece.
Durable and lightweight, these fun goggles work so well that you might just find yourself borrowing them from your child so you can have your turn enjoying some super stealth, covert nighttime missions of you own!
What's in the Box
EyeClops headpiece with goggles, battery pack and adjustable straps.
Top Customer Reviews
I think my title is a pretty good description: fun but wildly impractical! But I saw night vision goggles for this price and thought that this is a toy I can't do without.
It's actually really, exceedingly cool provided you do not attempt to use them to navigate. For example, go get a toilet paper roll. Close your left eye. Hold the roll up to your right eye and start walking around. This is identical to the experience you will have with these goggles: VERY narrow field of vision in one eye.
That said, they do what they say and the construction seems pretty rugged and kid-friendly. You'll need a phillips head screwdriver to get the batteries in and out. The whole thing is basically made of rubber it looks like it could survive a bit of rough handling. If you look at the picture of the item, the big thing in the middle is the camera, surrounded by some high powered infra-red LEDs. Those can be switched on or off. When on, they visually glow a dull red but act as a floodlight for the camera. In front of the right eye you have another bank of lower powered LEDs which do not glow when on and act as a lower-powered light source for the camera. This lets you switch between "stealth" (no glow, lower visibility) mode and "observation" (slight glow, higher visibility) mode. The left eye is covered with a simple plastic cover which is on a hinge and can be opened for a source of "normal" vision.
The view itself, as mentioned, is very narrow, but quite good. You can certainly turn off all the lights and make out the interior of your house in great detail, although I have to say the narrow scope and false color sets you up for a real "Blair Witch" feeling. I was actually thinking you could get a great haunted house by making people wear these in a pitch black environment.
I think you'd have a hard time using it for anything practical (including, say, hide-and-go-seek) simply because it feels dangerous trying to move around while wearing them. You're asking to trip on or bump into something.
Still, I'm keeping em. Too cool not to have for this price.
(P.S. I now see that they have another version of this toy that gives you two monitors, one for each eye. I haven't tried that one, though.)
The following information is primarily a re-post of a response I made to an earlier post so that the information is more likely to be seen. After reading all the reviews, I didn't see this point made in any of them so I thought I should pass it on now. I may be back with an actual review of the item after it has been in use for a while.
****Push the button at the attachment point (angled, false screw head) and pull the inside strap to loosen it. Pull the excess to tighten.****
The "False Screw" buttons on the attachment points DO NOT LOOSEN THE SNAP-IN PEGS, as mentioned by an earlier poster in his "missing manual". DON'T waste your time trying to do what he says. THE BUTTONS ON THE SIDE ATTACHMENT POINTS ARE FOR RELEASING THE INTERNAL RATCHETING LOCK MECHANISM FOR THE STRAPS and this is mentioned nowhere in the manual. The strap attachment points just snap in to holes in the goggles and can be removed by rotating them 90 degrees so the strap points down and squeezing the posts together from INSIDE the goggles. There is a tab on one of the posts and a slot in the goggle-hole that match up when rotated 90 degrees, but these are not meant to be removed for normal adjustments. The strap is prevented from loosening while wearing by a ratcheting lock inside the attachment point. The strap excess can be easily pulled to tighten it on the wearer's head but TO LOOSEN IT THE BUTTON SHOULD BE PRESSED to release the latch. This may be why so many straps have been broken, because people have been just trying to pull the strap through without releasing the lock. The instructions for the goggles should really say this is the way to adjust the straps, but no mention is made of it - hence the breakage.
Unlike generation I night vision this device has no amplification of regular light. If you have the lights on in the room and you switch look through your EyeClops you will see okay. And when you turn off the lights you will see okay too. But only because there is an infrared flashlight on your head. Youtube "homemade night vision scope" and you will see people have been making devices like these for some time now. It is simply an infrared flashlight, tied to a infrared camera, tied to your head.
Secondary Infrared Flashlight is invisible to the naked eye
Head adjustment is very comfortable
Main Infrared Flashlight is visible to the naked eye