POV 720P HD Video Sunglasses


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POV 720P HD Video Sunglasses
$69.99 + $5 Standard OR $8 Two-Day OR $11 One-Day Shipping
Condition: New

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REALLY???


#4

He’s wearing a wire!


#5

Is this real life?


#6

Great for the hunter or fisherman in your life.


#7

Now we can have first person video of opening our Bag of Crap


#8

It would be so much cooler if it played video, like in Back to the Future: Part Two!
Otherwise these just seem like they’d be good for making… certain kinds of films.


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I wonder if this is light enough that I can take this apart and put it on my crappy RC plane


#10

Has anyone ever used these? I’m going on a trip and they might be useful for recording hikes, atv tours, etc.

Edit: If they were $40 I would have just bought them.


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I think I’m going to kill myself… all this tome waiting for the roku and I missed out… life is not worth living any more

. :frowning:


#12

tempting for my motorcycle, but I’m thinking I would have to wear a different helmet.


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Also great to get those little brothers/sisters to spy on their older siblings. Video evidence to use as blackmail against them :slight_smile:


#14

Not a deal. I can get those for $19.99 and free shipping from China.


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Funny that the SD roku sold out WAAAAYYYY faster than the HD ones they’ve sold. I wonder if people were reading the description or if they just saw the price and clicked I WANT ONE!


#16

$69! Not a novelty and not a GoPro Hero.


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How much light does this remove before it hits your eyes? I’ve been looking for a pair of sun glasses for my car and this would be great to have a dual-purpose device.

Seems like these might not remove enough light because the picture shows the lenses and they don’t look very dark. Does say polarized so you never know.


#18

35 frames per second? That’s a little non-standard, isn’t it? How would it pulldown? Even a 240Hz set isn’t a clean integer multiple.


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what is the other purpose of your dual-purposed plan?


#20

Where?