Spy Gear - Spy Specs Video Glasses
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- 90% Plastic, 10% Metal
- The Spy Specs Video Glasses deliver hands-free recording power enabling you to take videos or photos of your surroundings.
- The dark lenses and built in camera leaves you anonymous as you take footage of your surrounding area. Take up to 2000+ photos or 15 minutes of video.
- Upload all your footage via the USB port and review on any compatible PC or Mac.
- The Spy Gear Spy Specs Video Glasses are made for special ops agents ages 8+.
- Includes: 1 Spy Specs Video Glasses, 1 USB Cable, 1 Instruction Guide
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Slip on a pair of these high-tech special ops shades and record videos and photos of your surroundings. The hidden embedded camera will begin to record with a simple click of a button. The Spy Specs can take up to 2000+ photos or 15 minutes of video. The dark lenses hide your gaze as your survey the area and collect footage. Extract your data by connecting a USB cable and uploading your data to a computer. Only the Spy Spec Video glasses deliver special ops quality video and photos. Discover the hands free recording power of Spy Gear’s Spy Spec Video Glasses!
From the Manufacturer
Spy Gear delivers the ultimate selection of espionage technology! Gear up for any mission with the wide-variety of high-tech devices designed for surveillance, infiltration, security and more. Secret Agents everywhere know that no mission is impossible with Spy Gear!
Legal DisclaimerWARNING: CHOKING HAZARD-Small parts. Not recommended for children under 3 years.
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Really disappointing as he was so hoping it'd be a fun thing that at least took as good as pictures as the old cell phone we gave him from a few years ago. 'Special Ops Quality'? Sure... if we're talking about special ops from 1970.
Great concept. Really poor quality hardware behind it. Like worse than you'd get from a $10 phone off of CL. : /
Edit: Yes, we returned them.