Now this is just what most 10 year olds want surely? Or was it only me? How cool to have a pair of night-vision goggles. Would make a great item for the present drawer too. These National Geographic Night-Vision Goggles are reduced by 50% by Argos. Down from £13.49 to £5.99.
There's still plenty available for home delivery, however it would work out cheaper to reserve and collect instore for free if you can.
Take exploring to a whole new level with these National Geographic Night-Vision Goggles. With enhanced light and sound, this high-tech head gear gives children the ultimate device for outdoor exploration. You get, included, a high-powered flash light and sonic ear listening device with automatic volume limiter to keep sound at a safe level.
Batteries are required. These take two AAA batteries, and according to the description on the website, they're not included. If you don't have any at home, you'll need to pick some up. The site recommends this for 8 years and over, and warns that they're not suitable for children under 3.
One thing I've been wondering about. What is the etiquette on giving presents that need batteries? Lets say I bought these goggles for a birthday present for one of my son's friends. As it doesn't come with batteries, should I include some? Or is it accepted that the parents will supply things like that?
Thanks to daiseymeisher10 at HUKD!