What It Is
What It Is
The original Spy Net Watch, which was released last year, has now evolved into the Spy Net Video Watch with Night Vision. It starts off as a real watch with lots of traditional watch functions. But when you go into spy mode, it allows you to take up to 2,000 still photos, 20 minutes of video, or three hours of audio. You can take video in a normal mode and see what you're recording, or switch it to spy record mode so no one will know you're filming. There's also a night vision mode that lets you take video in low light. When you're not on a spy mission, you can be entertained with onboard games and unique apps, such as lie detector, bug detector, flashlight, and voice manipulation. For added play, you can go to SpyNetHQ.com to upload your evidence, register your watch, and download a variety of text-based missions. The watch comes with a USB connector that can connect to a Mac or PC.
Why It’s Fun
We were really impressed by the quality of the video and photos taken by the Spy Net Video Watch. This is classic play with a high-tech twist that will appeal to any kid intrigued by spy play. The Spy Net video Watch with Night Vision is sure to inspire all kinds of great pretend spy play.
Who It’s For
The Spy Net Video Watch with Night Vision is for ages 8 and up.
What to Be Aware of
The watch comes with a rechargeable lithium polymer battery that can be charged by connecting the watch to a computer via the USB connector. It takes about two hours for the watch to fully charge, and Jakks recommends charging the watch before you play.
The watch also comes with four AAA batteries, but these are for in-store demo purposes, and Jakks recommends replacing them before you play for best results.