Wednesday, July 1, 2009

And they never saw it coming, but you did

Because your cutting edge EyeClops Night Vision Infrared Stealth Goggles let you.
Now this awesome tool kicks up Hide and Seek to a new level, no more does nightfall mean the game has to end. With Rainbow Six like precision, this nifty dandy toy. Lets take sneak over there and see what they have to say about it..

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. --
WOW 50 ft is like, almost half the backyard!! And where do those clunky batteries fit?

Quite cozily in the back of course, leaving your hands free for your Nerf or Super Soaker, or Laser Tag guns to find your friends, family, or bothersome siblings in the dark. We didn’t have anything nearly this awesome when I was a kid; we just had the old “Maro” “Polo” method. Great for indoor, outdoor, and rainy day use. Take a look at this..

Now isn’t that just fear inspiring!! The red LED can be turned on or off, for stealth mode and more covert ops. Sure beats using a flashlight to find the bathroom at night.
Now, I’d love to stick around, but Tom Clancy called, and he wants to play ‘Capture the Spy’ He won’t even see me coming…

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