Hot Saling JYW-1312 Night Vision Goggles Firecrackers Protective Goggles with Flip-out Lights for Both Adult and Child  -  BLACK AND GREEN £5.04 @ Gearbest
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Hot Saling JYW-1312 Night Vision Goggles Firecrackers Protective Goggles with Flip-out Lights for Both Adult and Child - BLACK AND GREEN £5.04 @ Gearbest

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Found 18th Feb 2016
Night vision goggles with flip-out lights
Soft nose pad
See in the dark 25 feet
Ergonomic design, wide vision and safety to wear
Protect chidren's eyes when they playing toy pistol bullets, fireworks ect
Green tinted lens with etched graphics that glow when lights are on
Pop out lights that beam a cool blue light in the dark
Adjustable elastic bands for a comfortable fit
LED lights never need replacing
Suitable for night activities

29 Comments

Bullet proof?!?!?

Original Poster

'toy pistol bullets' lol X)

ismaildeals123

'toy pistol bullets' lol X)


Damn... Lol

Protects kids eyes when playing with fireworks


Heat added purely for the description.
Edited by: "SJHan" 18th Feb 2016

I just bought these for some strange reason, still confused as to why??

Original Poster

chrisfloyd82

I just bought these for some strange reason, still confused as to why??


you made the same great choice as i did

good idea be better if they had better range, ideal for airsoft

jst bought 342 (that's 3 for the price of 2 on gearbest) on that eplace as i figured they're all gonna be pants so make the pants as cheap as possible. i'm thinking they're all going to come from the same reject pile of a guangdong factory...

i'll probably end up using mine to buy rmore late night cheap tat from hukd while saving on the houselights...
Edited by: "marineville" 18th Feb 2016

How do you get these 342??

It's coming from China or UK/EU warehouse?

yusszn

It's coming from China or UK/EU warehouse?


Give you a clue, its not anywhere in the Europe

harlzter

Give you a clue, its not anywhere in the Europe


The UK then?

US? Canada? Hahahahaha

Worth a go for £5.

Takes me back to the days of raves.

I will never buy anything from Gearbest again. I paid $80 dollars for an item I have never received and they have offered me $18 back as a proof of a good will (this is exactly how they called it). Everything is shipped (if it is shipped) from China and delivery time (if ever delivered) is up to 2 months. STAY AWAY from them!

Similar spec equipment to the stuff issued to our guys in Iraq (and not in a good way!)

£3.60 on ebay
Item no 381081927076

These aren't night vision goggles. Not at all.

shak

These aren't night vision goggles. Not at all.



Thanks for pointing that out. Last week I ordered a toy car and I was disappointed when £150k worth of Ferrari didn't arrive.

Danegerous

How do you get these 342??


not from gearbest... just trawling that e bay place... based on what i've read about gearbest, thought i may just as well pay less and not get them or not be able to return them... everything i've seen about night vision goggles in the cheapy range all seem to look like this. so, if they're going to arrive broken or are cr@ppy, rather pay a tenner for 3 than 6quid for 1. defies logic but if they arrive, i'll be the smug one, standing naked in darkest corner of your garden with two of my mates, watching you eat your supper... oh... erm... oh!
Edited by: "marineville" 20th Feb 2016

Kamilcz

I will never buy anything from Gearbest again. I paid $80 dollars for an … I will never buy anything from Gearbest again. I paid $80 dollars for an item I have never received and they have offered me $18 back as a proof of a good will (this is exactly how they called it). Everything is shipped (if it is shipped) from China and delivery time (if ever delivered) is up to 2 months. STAY AWAY from them!



I know it's not entirely the point, but did you order via credit card?

I must be lucky, received my 10th order from them last week, with no problems ever. Sure the delivery was long over Christmas time - longest about 26 days - but going by their dispatch times, it definately was the various postal systems or Customs. Sometimes come via Holland, Belgium or this weeks latest order of a Ganzo knife, via Germany. No complaints, you pays your money ....
Edited by: "airdsuk" 20th Feb 2016

Makkand

I know it's not entirely the point, but did you order via credit card?



Debit card unfortunatelly.

shak

These aren't night vision goggles. Not at all.


Yeah as a kid I was misled with this marketing. (With a different product but similar concept.)
Luckily I didn't believe it and realised there were no infra red bulbs in sight on
the packaging.
At the time I thought "there's gotta be cheap versions of night vision equipment"
but apparently not.

Extremely scientifically savvy kids will be disappointed with this but
those that don't care (most kids) will probably think it's pretty cool.
But as far as I know, it's just green glasses with a couple of lights acting as a toy. I think.
Not that I've tried it.

xray function?

Lol
As long as it's neatly wrapped in cardboard box...

SOMEONE somewhere , will buy it

mugen6

Thanks for pointing that out. Last week I ordered a toy car and I was … Thanks for pointing that out. Last week I ordered a toy car and I was disappointed when £150k worth of Ferrari didn't arrive.


Well to be fair, he was pointing out a fact. There are many people that may fall for this. Shak was doing them a favor.

Mine arrived today and as expected - piece of plastic with two blue LEDs glued on it, not IR.

Filling a refund and if they don't obey, paypal fraud report.
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