Monday, October 26, 2015

Three Spy Gadgets that Super Sleuths Will Love

2015-2016 Best Spy Gadget Toys for Kids

Super sleuths and young spies have it so easy these days. I remember being a spy wannabe when I was a kid. My little sister and I would set up scenarios where the people around us were in cahoots, attempting to steal our gold and hidden gemstones. Which, of course, were really candy bars and LEGOs.  =)

We would hide around the house and play some harmless pranks to snag who we dubbed the villain of the day. Oh—the memories.

Nowadays, there is a rather extensive collection of the best spy gadgets for kids. From that bigger array, I handpicked three spy gadgets that I would consider the best of the best—the ones that would have made my super-sleuthing days ten times easier and more fun.


Spy Gear Ultra Range Walkie Talkies

Walkie talkies have been around for a very, very long time, but you usually have to shell out some serious moolah to snag a good pair with a strong connection.

That is no longer the case!

These talkies are long-range, covering up to 2 miles of open space and allowing super spies to stay in touch with other spies, and are unlike your usual made-for-kiddos walkies because the click-and-hold buttons are high-tech, requiring a bit of operational finesse to learn and master.


Spy Gear Ultimate Night Vision

There are some seriously high-tech gadgets on the list of spy gear this year. This night vision scope is a one-size-fits-all with an adjustable headband that works with both kids and adults.

The goggle is shielded with a low-sitting hood for optimum viewing in the dark, and kids can see up to 50-feet away with a single glance.

Of course, since it is night vision, all of the views are light green and there shouldn’t be any light on when using the scope.


SmartLab Room Defender

The Room Defender is a popular one for preteens. Acting as a personal security system, this programmable gizmo alerts kiddos to trespassers in their private space.

The door alarms are customizable with personal greetings that allow specific people to enter a room, using special sensors for detection. When privacy is violated, the lights and sirens sound with startlingly loud BEEPS, letting super sleuths know when someone is intruding their personal space.

This is quite a high-tech gadget and not just for spies. Teens and young adults would probably love the sensors and stealth of this little security system.


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