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SpyNet Night Vision Gives Your Kids Ability To See In The Dark!

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Sep. 6 2010, Published 3:17 p.m. ET

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With the holidays just around the corner, RadarOnline.com's already scouting some of the hottest products of the season that will be sure to bring that wide-eyed smile to your child's face come Christmas morning.

Today, we bring you a truly innovative product from Jakks: the SpyNet Night Vision Infrared Stealth Binoculars, a device that uses infrared illumination to enable your kids to see in the dark, making it the perfect complement for sleepovers or camp-outs.

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Amazon users have been quite impressed with the product’s abilities and value.

"This toy actually has REAL night vision technology!" Amazon user R. Makowski wrote. "And considering most low-end NV solutions start at around $500, the $80 price tag is fantastic ... its lot of fun, and very affordable when compared to other real NV solutions."

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Amazon user Mark wrote the Eyeclops Night Vision 2.0 "performed much better than I expected.

“The box says it's made for ages 8 and up, but I think this is probably more suited to VERY mature kids or your older friends,” he wrote. “I could see this being a learning aid for kids studying nocturnal animals. I could also see this being a fun toy on a camping trip. However you use this, it's a great gift idea and a pretty good value."

The Eyeclops Night Vision 2.0 comes with a headpiece, goggles, battery pack and adjustable straps.

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