Friday, December 7, 2012

NERF Infrared Nightvision Goggles with Camcorder {Review & Giveaway}

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The inevitable happened recently, although I thought I had at least another year before I needed to be prepared for it.

While talking to a friend, her first grade son and Big Sister E were chatting... until she turned to me and curiously blurted out, "Mama! Is Santa Claus not real?"

Well, DANG.

Fortunately I was able to give her the don't interrupt me while I'm talking look with a quick, "We'll talk about it later," and that seemed to satisfy her. Even more fortunately, for a girl that seems to remember pretty much everything, the subject has managed to disappear from her mind. WHEW.

While I have a few ideas as to how to broach the conversation that we'll eventually have to have, for now I have a feeling that Big Sister E will be plenty prepared to try to catch the big guy himself thanks to being able to see (and record!) in the dark with her NERF Infrared Nightvision Goggles with Camcorder.

NERF Nightvision goggles

Created in collaboration with Sakar International Inc, the NERF Infrared Nightvision Goggles with Camcorder allow kids to navigate, spy and record day or night so that they never miss a detail. This is far from simply a plastic toy, this is a high quality tool that can turn any child into a top secret super agent with hardly any work!

As I looked over the box, I began to wonder if maybe I could just keep these for myself. I could be the next 007, couldn't I?

NERF Nightvision Goggles review

Measuring in at 3.4" x 7" x 8.6," these goggles are almost ready for spy navigation right out of the box.

NERF Infrared Nightvision Goggles review

After installing four AA batteries (not included), it's easy to see that nearly all of the controls are conveniently located right on top.

NERF Nightvision Camcorder

With the ability to zero in on a target anytime (the Infrared Nightvision allows you to easily spot people moving through the dark), these NERF Goggles can actually see up to 50' away... in the dark! Just peer through the comfortable, rubber-lined eye piece...

NERF Night vision Goggles

...and the optical lens provides a crisp, clear picture that can be zoomed in up to 4x magnification.

Even better, thanks to the SD slot right on the side of the goggles...

NERF Nightvision Goggles SD Card

...kids can not only see in the dark, but they can record (with video and photos) their findings as well!

As all secret agents surely want to go back and watch their discoveries, kids can playback their videos or browse their photos right on the LCD screen. Or, for a more permanent way of saving and sharing their findings, the included USB cable quickly pops into the USB port for easy uploading.

NERF Nightvision Goggles USB

Whether sleuthing for Santa in the dark or recording various colored birds while out on a walk, the NERF Nightvision Goggles with Camcorder are sure to be a hit for your child's next daytime or nighttime adventure.

Designed for ages 5 and up, I'm pretty sure that I don't know a child that wouldn't be thrilled with the quality of this gadget and all of the high tech features it includes. How often do you see infrared lights on a kid's toy?

NERF Infrared Nightvision Goggles

With an MSRP of $89.99, the NERF Infrared Nightvision Goggles with Camcorder are currently on sale on Amazon for $74.99 (with free shipping). While that is a higher cost than many toys out there, these are truly more than just a cheap kids' plaything. I have no doubt that these will be bringing smiles, creativity, joy, pretend play and all-out fun for many years to come.

And, thanks to the generosity of NERF, one person will soon have to be on the lookout for the secret agent in their household as well, because...

One lucky person will win a pair of NERF Infrared Nightvision Goggles with Camcorder!

NERF Infrared Nightvision Goggles with Camcorder giveaway

Enter using the Giveaway Tools form below — simply enter your name and email address and click on each entry that you would like to complete. Follow the directions for each individual method, entering in the necessary information when asked. If you have any questions or problems, feel free to let me know.

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A big thank you to Hasbro for providing a pair of NERF Infrared Nightvision Goggles with Camcorder for me to review as well as for one lucky giveaway winner. The opinions shared are my own and honest and if you really need to see more, click here to see how I roll.

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Lanicsha Wynn said...

My daughter would probably spy on me
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Lanicsha Wynn said...

My daughter would probably spy on me
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Alison said...

My stepdaughter would probably use the goggles to spy on the dog.

Super Blogger Girl! said...

my husband and son would probably spy on me the most!

kat said...

My grandson would spy on bugs in the backyard.

Linda said...

My grandson would spy on his brother.
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Kim Hardy said...

maybe I will spy on my kids...but most likely they will spy on their friends

skipthelaundry said...

My kids would think it was hilarious to spy on me and they would really think that I didn't see them.
Amber Porter

Yona Williams said...

The deer that come visit our backyard

Leslie S. said...

Most likely my kids would spy on each other first and then on the critters that are tearing up my yard.

tracey said...

my son would spy on his sister
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Anonymous said...

I think my hubby would have fun with these, especially when we go camping.

Thanks for the chance to win!
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Debra said...

i'd spy out the windows lol

Anonymous said...

Well first I think this is a brilliant solution to my son's need for a night light. I am sure he will track our dogs with it.

Hoa said...

My grandkids would use this to spy on my daughter.

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Erica C. said...

We could use it on our nightly walks.
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Tracy Allen said...

We'd love to try this out on animals by our marsh
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Valerie Taylor Mabrey said...

the mailman
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Molly K said...

I am guessing my son would either spy on me first to see what I am cooking for dinner or on his younger brother trying to get him in trouble.

shirley hicks said...

im sure my teenager could find something or someone to spy on...




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Jammie Morey said...

my daughter will most likely be spied upon first hah

Sweeter the berry said...

My son would spy on his older brother first. letessha@yahoo.com

M.A.D. said...

MARY DEBORDE
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I'm pretty sure my son would be spying on his sister lol

Candice said...

Honestly, first, it would probably be my husband sneaking around at night trying to scare me. Then, he will let the kids use them
thank you

Susan Smoaks said...

our son would use this to spy on our dogs in the yard

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Nicole D. said...

My son would probably spy on his sister with these!

~Kelly said...

The kids.

sottovoce said...

I am not sure who I would spy on...maybe my kids? :-) Thank you.

Jennifer said...

I'd spy on my husband.

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luckynordberg said...

The neighborhood kids would use them in their kick the can game!

LeeAnn said...

I'm sure Brian would use them to spy on the kids! ;-)

D. Wood said...

use it to play with the kids and spy on them

Unknown said...

My boys would love these, but they would drive me crazy at bedtime.


Alyson

618mom said...

My kids!

Julie Jones said...

I would give these to my nephew. He would spy on his sister.

Stacey Paller said...

Lol ... my kids would probably spy on me first with these.

Rebecca Shockley said...

My teenager's probably would spy on the girl next door in a non - creepy way, lol
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Jmstrunk said...

My son would be looking out the window into the neighbor's yard or the woods across the street. Might be good for spotting our woodland creature friends.

Lean said...

I would probably be spied upon first with these goggles. Thanks for the chance!

Lisa Fonseca said...

My nephew would be the first to be caught lol.

Anonymous said...

My husband would use these Nightvision goggles to spy on the rats that run along the wires at night.

Denise Cruz said...

my kids...giggles

Jenny said...

My daughter 17 would spy on my son 14. I can see it now lol.

Tanya Bartlett said...

The dog

Sheila Hickmon said...

I'm sure my son would spy on my daughter to use any dirt on her he can to get her in trouble!

kathy pease said...

my son would spy on the skunks and deer that come out of the woods behind our house

MELINA said...

my husband would love to use these to spy on the whole family

amy16323 said...

my daughter would spy on my other daughter
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Sarah said...

We would spy on wildlife in our back yard.

07violet said...

backyard animals

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~*~lilshuga2001~*~ said...

my bro for sure :)

Elaine said...

These would be for my daughter who would most likely spy on her sister

tavernie said...

My son would spy on the dog!!!
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Leenburke said...

My son would probably spy on his grandparents first!
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Melissa V said...

I would spy on my dog when she goes outside.

Tanya White said...

My son would spy on his siblings lol

Jessica Rose said...

My brothers would soo be spied on first haha

Anonymous said...

I am guessing my 12 year old son would "spy" on whatever he could. we have lots of wildlife in our yard, so these would be great.

michelle jonassen
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jenn poulin said...

we would probably spy on animals in the back yard

polly said...

my grandson would use them to spy on our golden retriever

ladyspy79 said...

I would spy on hummingbird who loves my banana tree.

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AEKZ2 said...

I'd spy on my kids!

Beth Palacios said...

My daughters would have a blast with this spying on each other or playing "hide and seek" in the dark. Personally, I would spy on my hubby. ;)

sumn said...

My son lives in the country. He could really use these to see what goes on outside after dark. So, if I were to win, I'd give this to him.

ltlbitone said...

the critters in our backyard

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Vikki Billings said...

My grandson would spy on his mom I am sure. He would love these.
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mail4rosey said...

The deer in the backyard would be spied on.

-Rosey

Anonymous said...

I would expect my younger brothers to spy on each other and then have a war with one another.

Teresa Young said...

I would spy on my grandkids, because I am sure eventually they will be spying on me!

petchk79 said...

I would definitely give these to Jacob he is a friend of our families and he would think these were so cool!

carol lewis said...

Coyotes and raccoons.

Kendra Warstler said...

I would spy on my two kids :)

Patrice said...

My husband!

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ZESTYWONDERLAND said...

Every night around 2 am a Large Possum & her babies crawl on my neibors porch & eat the cat food! I would love to get that on flim!
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rjcqh said...

I think my nephew would spy on his sister.

Anonymous said...

My son would love to use these to spy on his sister and to just have fun with his friends at sleepovers.

Lori L.
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corey1971 said...

My sins would likely spy on their big sister. (Corey Olomon)

corey1971 said...

I mean sons, not sins! :)

Sarah Yurga said...

in a house full of girls, I am sure Dad will get spied on first!

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Brian E. said...

Thanks for the giveaway...my nephew would probably spy on his sisters.

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Bryan E.

lilyk said...

I would use these goggles to look at animals.

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