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Night Vision goggles that work, but don't cost the earth?

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Plonker Tue 27-Oct-09 22:57:38

...does such a thing exist?

Dd wants a pair of night vision goggles for Christmas. She saw these advertised and was smitten - I saw the price and was, ahem, rather less than smitten (£89.99!!!) shock

We've already bought her main pressie (a bike) and even if we hadn't, there's no way I'm spending 90 quid on a pair of goggles for a 6yo!

So, my question is, is there such things as night vision goggles that work, but don't cost as much as the real things?

I have looked and seen these which are a much more acceptable price - but do they work?

Anyone got these ...or similar?

whomovedmychocolatecookie Tue 27-Oct-09 23:01:44

Cheaper at John Lewis here

Suspect the el cheapo ones are just sunglasses with a little light projecting out of them!

Plonker Tue 27-Oct-09 23:06:57

Bloody hell, still not much cheaper!
Thanks anyway whomoved smile

I do suspect you're right about the el cheapo ones though, unfortunately ...

Waswondering Tue 27-Oct-09 23:12:14

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LuluDanceOnMyGrave Tue 27-Oct-09 23:14:56

Oh gawd, ds wants these too! They look horrendously expensive, but in a gadgety geeky kind of way I soooo want to buy them for him and play with them myself.

Plonker Tue 27-Oct-09 23:32:16

Thanks waswondering - I'll keep an eye out.

Lulu - me too!! grin ...I just can't justify spending £80/£90 even though I really want too!

hannahsaunt Wed 28-Oct-09 12:55:12

We got the ones in Sainsbury's half price so £7.50 for ds1 and they are fine. We're not expecting him to go out into the forest and hunt for terrorists so perfectly adequate for small child.

Plonker Fri 30-Oct-09 16:54:50

lol yes, you're absolutely right grin

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