Stay hands-free on night missions as you comfortably navigate through the pitch black with the Spy Gear Ultimate Night Vision. Now you can see in total darkness up to 30 feet away! Spy Gear’s infrared technology creates an invisible stealth beam allowing you to see objects in the dark. Just flip the infrared attachment down over your goggles for authentic night vision! Now you’re equipped to complete any night mission! Gear up with the Spy Gear Ultimate Night Vision.

Product Features

  • Now you can see in total darkness up to 30 feet away! Stay hands-free on night missions as you comfortably navigate through pitch-black conditions!
  • Just flip the infrared attachment down over your goggles to activate night vision!
  • Switch between short and long-range vision modes to zero in on targets and complete your mission
  • Spy Gear Ultimate Night Vision is for agents ages 6+. 3 AAA batteries required for operation. Batteries not included
  • Includes: 1 Ultimate Night Vision, 1 Instruction Guide

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  1. Anonymous

    Better than expected I was worried about buying this as many kids “night vision” toys are simply a green tinted lens and a flashlight, which would have not been any fun for my 10-year-old. So, how does this one work? From what I can tell, it’s a low light camera with a digital display (in green tones). Both are contained in the apparatus that attaches to the goggles. It does work in extremely low light where you couldn’t see with just your eyes. The night vision is in front of one eye only (which is…

  2. Anonymous

    Nice goggles, but there are issues. . . Overall, it works rather nicely. I had a lot of fun tooling around with it.Here are a few negative comments. . . * They’re a bit heavy, awkward, uncomfortable, and painful on my nose. I can imagine that this might be really tight (even on the loosest setting) for bigger people. * When I look down at the ground to see where I’m walking, the camera portion flips away. It would be much better if the camera version clicked into place. The “up” position,…

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