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Sportsman 440/465 Video Eyewear

Introduction

Ever since you were a kid, you’ve wanted a pair of glasses with a hidden camera. Most attempts to do this have resulted in ugly, impractical glasses that have a cord you have to run down your body, to a device that records everything. Sportsman’s Eyewear, a relatively new company based out of Alexandria, Pennsylvania, took that idea and tried to perfect it. They offer two pairs of glasses, one in black, the Sportsmans Eyewear 440, and the other in a “Mossy Oak” camouflage pattern, the Sportsmans Eyewear 465. Join us as we take a closer look at both versions of these glasses to see if they’re the real thing, or just another toy you can get for your 5yr old.

Sportsmans Eyewear’s Take

Sportsmans Eyewear is a company that would rather let their end product speak for itself. Check out this video, produced by Sportsmans Eyewear, that shows what these glasses can do.

Packaging

Packaging of the Sportsmans Eyewear was actually better than expected. All of the lenses, the frame of the glasses, and all other components that could be damaged during shipping, fit perfectly into the included hard case. Both pairs of glasses come with interchangeable lenses, that allow you to properly change them in and out, so that you can wear them in multiple conditions. Each item had a plastic wrapper, reassuring that your product is unscratched and is indeed new. The boxes on each pair are completely different looking. Although I assume that this is to help distinguish the two during inventory, it is nice to be able to look at the box and know that you indeed have the correct model.

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Sportsman 440 Video Eyewear
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Sportsman 465 Video Eyewear

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