My wife suggested we buy our son, Carson, EyeClops Night Vision for his birthday. He has loved them from the start. Carson and his little friend, our next door neighbor, Abigail, love seeing what things look like in darkened rooms in the house. We have a few rooms that don’t have much light and when we close the shades and drape blankets over them (for the kids’ sleuthing benefit), it works pretty well. Sometimes we will make a game out of it for them and hide different objects and turn them loose in the room and let them see if they can find them.
My wife read an EyeClops Night Vision review done by PC Magazine that spoke highly of the toy. We are big into new technology and like to learn about and try different gadgets that are created. We encourage Carson to be open to new ways of doing things and looking at things, too.
EyeClops Night Vision uses the same infra-red expertise that is offered to military personnel in their night vision goggles. It’s great that kids can see first-hand how this knowledge works and is put to use.
In Miami, we have a lot of nice weather and many warm days and nights, so often Carson and Abigail can go sleuthing in our yards and small neighborhood community with EyeClops Night Vision when the sun goes down. They have tracked many of the smaller creatures that come out at night and watched them hunt for food.
EyeClops Night Vision can give Carson and Abby 50 feet of distance to be able to see with a good deal of clear vision. The display screen inside shows the images in green but there is a switch you can change on the bottom of the right eye piece that can adjust to viewing to black-and-white. This toy needs 5 “AA” batteries to operate.
Phillip - Miami, Florida