The EyeClops Night Vision 2.0 Infrared Stealth Binoculars let you see up to 50 ft. in absolute darkness. Dual eye display helps you not miss a thing—bring on the night!
If you find yourself sleeping on pins and needles because of strange noises around your house or tent; if the cash compartment of your wallet collects more dust than cash, or you’re simply looking for a super fun way to distract your kids, to get them active again and off your back for “something to do,” then you’ve come to the right place. My Eyeclops night vision goggles review explains how you can ease your nerves and satisfy your kids—all in one package.
I have to say, these Night Vision Stealth Binoculars are just plain cool looking! It’s like seeing something right out of Star Wars or Battlestar Galactica. If anything, these night sights are a great conversation starter. Show a picture of this slick device to your kids and I can almost guarantee you’ll see them on Santa’s list come December.
The Eyeclops 2.0 Night Vision Infrared Stealth Binoculars make use of three circular sets of LEDs. The center group is red, and the two outer smaller groups are clear in color but emit infrared light. This enables the user to switch between two modes: stealth or long-range mode. Here’s how this works:
EyeClops Night Vision Goggles are a top contender for the coolest tech toy around—actually, that may not be entirely fair. Sure they’re marketed toward kids, but these things are the real deal, and for kids and adults alike, the possibilities are endless. The goggles work in pitch black, allowing visibility at up to 50 feet away. They’ll probably make some kid—or grownup—in your life very happy. And at $59.99, maybe you can buy a present for yourself, as well.
In stealth mode, only the outer infrared LEDs operate and emit no visible light. The range of view is about 20 feet in complete darkness. In long-range mode, only the inner group of red LEDs operate and emit visible light, though they’re dim and barely noticeable (except by someone with another night vision device). In long-range mode, viewing distance is extended to about 50 feet, which is what the manufacturer,
They also promise clear vision in 100 percent darkness, and though this night vision binocular certainly works in 100 percent darkness, the vision is a little grainy. But still, it works as advertised and is real night vision technology.
The benefit here to the buyer is that a standard monocular night vision device severely reduces peripheral vision, whereas binocular night vision expands peripheral vision. Rather than having to close one eye to look through a monocular, the Eyeclops binocular allows you to use both eyes, even though you’re only viewing one screen. This creates a safer, more realistic experience overall. And the greater field of vision helps reduce the dizzying effect that’s common to some night vision devices