JAKKS Pacific Spy Net Gadgets On The Watch

Spy Net Range of ElectronicsUS JAKKS Pacific today announced the ultimate spy technology line, Spy Net. Spy Net is a range of high-end interactive electronics, which are going to be released at retailers around the nation today.

“Our full range of Spy Net products feature real working technology for a more sophisticated experience, empowering kids who don’t want to just play pretend spy games,” said Sarah Handley, Vice President Marketing, JAKKS Electronics. “We anticipate our Spy Net™ Video Watch will top both kids’ wish lists and retailers’ hot toy lists this holiday season.”

The Spy Net Video Watch is equipped with features like a real working video camera and audio system with onboard memory, which makes it possible to record twenty minutes of crisp and clear video footage and three hours of audio or even still digital photos. The device also features a full color 1.4 inch TFT video display. This device, which is priced at $49.99, comes with a USB connection, thanks to which you can transfer your files to the PC and upload them to the SpyNet Headquarters afterwards.

The Spy Net Snake Cam is a flexible snake-like camera attachment that can get to the most unreachable locations. This device can be connected to the Spy Net Video Watch, in order to look around or above objects, and is priced at only $24.99.

The Spy Net Night Vision Infrared Stealth Binoculars are the multiple award-winning night vision goggles that are powered by real-working infra-red night vision technology. This device is priced at $49.99.

The Spy Net Recording Pen is an audio recording device, which can record, save, and even playback audio. It comes with a USB connection and is priced at $19.99.

The JAKKS Pacific Spy Net line of spy electronics also consists of the Spy Net Voice Changer, which is able to disguise real voices, priced at $9.99; the Spy Net Motion alarm, which is able to protect equipment with a motion sensor and alarm, priced at only $9.99; Spy Net Rear View Spy Glasses, which is a device that gives the ability to look backwards thanks to the special reflective lenses, priced at $7.99; and the Spy Net Laser Strike dueling system priced at $24.99.

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