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NIGHT VISION DEVICE £99.99 @ ALDI

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6y, 2m agoFound 6 years, 2 months ago
Starting Sunday. Aldi Night vision mono lens. Seems cheap for what it is and comes with a three year guarantee.

3 x magnification
42mm lens
36mm resolution
Includes 2 x AAA batteries, carry pouch and lens cloth.

Hope it helps someone.
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1 Like #1
sounds cool device lol i bet a lot of nosey parkers will buy this. :P
1 Like #2
Long shot, but does anyone know the kind of stock availability on these? Two per store or something ridiculous? Friend of mine bought one two years ago, £89, on a whim for fishing, and have to admit it was pretty impressive. I think these are made by Yukon, well known brand unlike Onkyo, and retail about £200-£250, maybe more. HOT!
#3
Godzooky 1973
sounds cool device lol i bet a lot of nosey parkers will buy this. :P
lol yeah u can bet
#4
i was looking at this earlyier, i knew someone would post it! hah!
2 Likes #5
These are great for when you're out dogging.
#6
Put it in the basket.
#7
These are great for when you're out dogging.

Tried that all i got was an Rottie trying to bite me bum .
Nearly pulled a poodle once though .

jje
#8
Yes, going to buy some, i'm going to organise night paintball
#9
Wish it was 3rd generation for that price :)
#10
it rubs the lotion on its skin
4 Likes #11
Awesome, all I need now is a silenced sub machine gun and one of these http://www.bestghilliesuits.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/04/ghillieflage.jpg
#12
Always wanted one of these, but i would never use it so whats the point. Nice price though.
#13
JIMMYRIDDLE77
Long shot, but does anyone know the kind of stock availability on these? Two per store or something ridiculous? Friend of mine bought one two years ago, £89, on a whim for fishing, and have to admit it was pretty impressive. I think these are made by Yukon, well known brand unlike Onkyo, and retail about £200-£250, maybe more. HOT!


Take it you mean that Onkyo aren't a well known brand in the night vision field and not just generally speaking?
#14
Good to see we are keeping that joke alive :)
#15
got one of these last year well worth the money
#16
Anyone know what model number this is
#17
olliehayman4 people like this
Awesome, all I need now is a silenced sub machine gun and one of these http://www.bestghilliesuits.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/04/ghillieflage.jpg


NICE ONE!!!
#18
#19
bridgetbodgit
it rubs the lotion on its skin
rub the lotion on the **** skin man.
#20
Dumb question, would this show the heat loss points on a house, my heating bills are huge, I know loft and windows are obvious, but am I missing something that I might spot if I could see the heat?
#21
DownHill911
olliehayman4 people like this
Awesome, all I need now is a silenced sub machine gun and one of these http://www.bestghilliesuits.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/04/ghillieflage.jpg
NICE ONE!!!

That's a assault rifle actually, not a sub machine gun.
1 Like #22
tinyC
Dumb question, would this show the heat loss points on a house, my heating bills are huge, I know loft and windows are obvious, but am I missing something that I might spot if I could see the heat?

Don't leave the doors open.
#23
All of the local Stalkers and generals weirdos will be lapping this up - beware the early morning rush at Aldi on Sunday.........
#24
beta_tester
DownHill911
olliehayman4 people like this
Awesome, all I need now is a silenced sub machine gun and one of these http://www.bestghilliesuits.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/04/ghillieflage.jpg
NICE ONE!!!


That's a assault rifle actually, not a sub machine gun.


If you're going to be pedantic you could at least use correct grammar!
3 Likes #25
Maybe I can clear a few things up as I've been working with, researching and testing thermal kit and image intensifiers for years. Tiny C - these are image intensifiers (night vision) not thermal they won't show any heat signature.
At this price they are definately not capable of giving the images shown in the little circles on the link, just look at the depth of field on the picture with the deer that is a normal photo that has been photoshopped to a green palette. They are a good toy but are about £3k too cheap to be anything very capable.
Olliehayman - Its a Gilly suit, you can make one quite easily if you want one, basically just an overall with lots of fabric hanging off, decide where you want to hide and pick a fabric to match..........most fun to be had with a floral pattern, hiding in Laura Ashley and mugging passing middle class women.
#26
I know it's a Ghilli suit. I plan to hide in my back garden and scare moles.

Oh and luckily my garden consists mainly of moss so the suit pictured would be ideal.

Edited By: olliehayman on Sep 30, 2010 21:45: .
1 Like #27
ollieh1
I know it's a Ghilli suit. I plan to hide in my back garden and scare moles.Oh and luckily my garden consists mainly of moss so the suit pictured would be ideal.

Apologies for my grammatical error, I did type it quickly as I wasn't really interested.

When you pull people on grammar, please adhere to it yourself, or you'll look a fool with your 'sub machine gun'.

Much love
#28
Happygeorge1 person likes this
Maybe I can clear a few things up as I've been working with, researching and testing thermal kit and image intensifiers for years. Tiny C - these are image intensifiers (night vision) not thermal they won't show any heat signature.
At this price they are definately not capable of giving the images shown in the little circles on the link, just look at the depth of field on the picture with the deer that is a normal photo that has been photoshopped to a green palette. They are a good toy but are about £3k too cheap to be anything very capable.
Olliehayman - Its a Gilly suit, you can make one quite easily if you want one, basically just an overall with lots of fabric hanging off, decide where you want to hide and pick a fabric to match..........most fun to be had with a floral pattern, hiding in Laura Ashley and mugging passing middle class women.
Thanks for the info..do you know what generation this is? Thanks.
#29
Bloodoaf - Good question can't really be bothered to do any research but its probably early 2nd Gen, probably some old russian tech, don't stand next to the person using it your hair will probably fall out, as its probably only radiation shielded at the back (joke...ish). It will no doubt emit a high frequency whine and if you use it near livestock they will all come and have a look at whats laying in their field.
#30
can I use this to drive at night with my headlights off?
1 Like #31
Only if you are a robot, sent back from the future ...
#32
tinyC
Dumb question, would this show the heat loss points on a house, my heating bills are huge, I know loft and windows are obvious, but am I missing something that I might spot if I could see the heat?


Do you have your water temp in your heating system (on your boiler) to max? Mine was... and I couldn't believe the money I saved turning it down. Also, make your own radiator reflectors out of cardboard and tin foil - you may well be loosing some heat that way.
#33
Happygeorge
Bloodoaf - Good question can't really be bothered to do any research but its probably early 2nd Gen, probably some old russian tech, don't stand next to the person using it your hair will probably fall out, as its probably only radiation shielded at the back (joke...ish). It will no doubt emit a high frequency whine and if you use it near livestock they will all come and have a look at whats laying in their field.
Cheers. Probably a very good buy then!
#34
Thanks HappyGeorge, worth checking didn't realise it was image intensifier.

Good suggestions Thermomonkey, the 30 year old boiler is probably top of the list to reduce the bills, that and rather odd choice of running the water for upstairs radiators through a 3 foot length of pipe outdoors.(out the extension roof, up 2 feet then in through an exterior wall) It's an old house. I thought this pipe would look impressive with an IR gadget.
#35
thankyou djfluff
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#36
just bought fantastic
#37
Is it really any good? As normally have to pay a lot more for a descent one, tried an X army one and it was like it was day light but in green.

Edited By: Malice19 on Oct 01, 2010 14:46: spelling
#38
This runs on 2 AAA batteries.. usually they have lithium ones (mine uses 123A's)

Wonder if that means its a bit underpowered or if the technology has just moved on.. might be worth trying to find out.
#39
I used a professional one at some point, and it can indeed be quite impressive. But I wonder what normal people would use it for?

Anyway, you can get nearly the same result by just getting your eyes used to the dark for a few minutes. The really good devices may be 10 times more sensitive than the naked eye (mostly because of the lens, the quantum efficiency of the eye is already pretty good), but 10 times is not as much of a difference as it sounds.
#40
Didn't know Aldi customers needed night vision

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