Kids love to spy. They love to spy on their friends, their brothers and sisters and even their parents. There’s something about them thinking they know things that nobody else does that makes them get excited. The Spy Net Secret Mission Video Watch gives them that feeling. It’s proper equipment for any budding spy heading out into the field. James Bond would be proud.
This is surveillance equipment every spy needs, all fitted nicely into a small unit that straps to the wrist. This is real stuff that works, not some pretend toy, and that’s the first thing you’ll notice. Inside is an actual video and audio recorder capable of recording for up to 20 minutes. And once your spy has gathered his evidence, he can watch it all on a 1.4 inch full color screen. Files can be saved for later use on the onboard memory. That means when your young spy is finished and safely home, he can upload the video to SpyNetHQ.com, the manufacturer’s site. There he can watch it all online, just like a real spy giving his information to his home office. If he doesn’t want to watch it only, he can always download it on to your home computer to access the information at a later date.
If audio is all he needs to gather, then the Spy Net Secret Mission Video Watch is capable of recording up to 4 hours. And if he needs pictures for evidence, there’s plenty of storage space available. The Secret Mission Video Watch can hold an amazing 2,000 photographs. That’s way more space than your little spy will need.
But it gets even better. A genuine kid favorite is the built in voice changer. We all know how important it is for spys to keep their identity a secret. Also included (and a lot of fun) is a built in lie detector device. And since spys do a lot of traveling, when he’s not gathering information the watch tells the time in many different time zones worldwide.
That’s a lot of technology packed into a 9 ounce item that is comfortable for your child to wear. On the surface it simply looks like a fancy watch. No one will even know they are being monitored by a professional spy.
And as infomercials often say “but wait, there’s more”. The Spy Net Secret Mission video watch has add ons available that will allow your little one to expand his arsenal of spying devices. If a young spy needs it, chances are you can get it.
This product comes recommended for ages 8 to 15 by the manufacturer. Honestly though, older kids may not find it quite as entertaining as the younger ones. That’s something you’ll have to decide if you have young teens. And be careful when taking it out of the box for the first time. Even the instructions are cleverly hidden. They are in one of the side tubes. You’ll need them before you can start gathering information for the case.
This toy really lets your child’s imagination run wild dreaming up all kids of spy adventures. You can even give him a pretend mission and send him off to gather information and report back to you. It won’t be long before you have your own personal secret agent in the family.
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