HM Armed Forces Night Vision Goggles £69.99 @ Sainsburys - HotUKDeals
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Sainsburys £69.99 + Free Delivery + 4% Quidco

Night Vision goggles - priced everywhere at £100 ARGOS on Special at the moment at £89

Hot Xmas Present for Kids - predicted to be a top gift this year, my 9yr old has been asking for months. At this price i just caved. i hope it is a good deal - if anyone see's any better let me know quick so i can return the order when it arrives.

These H.M. Armed Forces Night Vision Goggles allow up to 15m vision in complete darkness. The infrared illumination lets young secret agents stay hidden, while giving them the advantage of seeing their opponents.

A sliding the colour switch allows you to select a green or black and white screen display. By rotating the viewing knob different viewing modes can be selected. In Maximum Surveillance Mode, the goggles operate at full power and emit a barely-visible ring of red light, while Close Proximity Stealth Mode helps you gear up for missions that require a closer look; the goggles operate at partial power and generate light that cannot be seen by guards and sentries.

The goggles are fully adjustable, padded for comfort and even fit over glasses; to see when the Night Vision Goggles are turned off, simply lift up the removable eye piece covering the left eye.

This special forces equipment also comes equipped with a breakaway power cord attached to a counter-weighted battery pack.

Requires 5xAA batteries, not included.

Suitable for children aged 8+.
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A few Misc stalkers might like these lol
Wow, HUKD is so bad for my bank balance. No idea what I'd use these for ... so ... I ... must ... resist.
EDIT. nevermind...
UK version of the EyeClops, which I believe have been very popular in the US, could be a big christmas hit over here.
not heard of eyeclops, my littlen is in to everything like this. all sorts of buzzers on his bedroom door and lights across the floors.

does this sound like a good deal anyway, im hoping so as im feeling the pinch this year and dont want to be robbed by those supermarkets who make billions in profits.

shame i haven't got a nectar card, that woulc have been an extra bonus.
Good practice to have the price and shop in the title - may get a few more votes...:thumbsup:
thanks for the tip, have edited now although took a few mins to figure out . lol
i so want a pair of therse
ideal for going dogging
dogging , ha ha

vote hot then if you like
If we send our troops to war with this gear then no wonder they are dying!
by the sounds of it they would be lucky to get this gear!
perhaps when all the fat cats have paid back from the excessive house flipping and gardening fees they can contribute to reclaimed tax payer money to more worthy causes such as military gear for out soldiers!

but lets not deter from the fact that this is a kids toy that is a brill price which most boys would love, partic those into all of the spy gear at the moment which seems to be priced pretty good
If we send our troops to war with this gear then no wonder they are dying!

I agree, can't see anywhere to insert the bullets. :)
Do the MoD get all their stuff from Sainsbury's?
Do the MoD get all their stuff from Sainsbury's?

no its the poundland:whistling:
got to bee a Bargin......

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