Eye Spy Intelligence Magazine Rear-view Surveillance Sunglasses
Ideal for overt, covert and countermeasures
Years ago, rear-view sunglasses were fitted with tiny mirror attachments
(interior and exterior) and were difficult to adjust if the mirrors moved or the
target suddenly changed direction or crossed the street. Users had to make
exaggerated head-movements to keep the target under observance and they were
clumsy and easily spotted by experts. How things have changed. Eye Spy only
stocks the metal-framed built-in glass mirror type. They are remarkably good and
a particular favourite with the FBI and US Secret Service. For the public, they
provide added personal security.
When you need to know what's happening behind you, simply 'pop' the glasses on.
They become your third eye and can help avoid making unnecessary moves or
situation stops during a surveillance. They work well in most lighting
conditions allowing you to monitor targets in a cafe or building - though avoid
using at night.
Part of the lens on each inner edge is mirrored (inside the glass) so you can
actually see behind you while you are looking forward. The user simply moves his
eye gently to the right or left and the image behind appears. No jerky
head-movements needed to keep the target under surveillance.
They are ideal for all types of surveillance, (including counter) and are
impossible to detect by observation alone. For security guards carrying cash or
valuables they are a must. Similarly, police, professional bodyguards or
soldiers find that these sunglasses provide a wider-picture of operations. When
a police officer stops a suspect vehicle and invites the occupants to remain
seated, he often returns to his vehicle to call in the registration. These
glasses allow him or her to covertly monitor the occupants - who may discard
items from the car, or worse still, produce a weapon. Air Marshals augment
airport and on-board airliner operations using Eye Spy Intelligence Magazine
This particular model has also become popular with citizens wanting additional
protection from stalkers, or undesirables. They will alert you to danger - at a
cash machine for example. For walkers or joggers they can help you ascertain
unseen dangers. For businessmen, they allow you to quietly judge reactions of
colleagues while looking away. They can also be used by school supervisors in
children’s playgrounds. However, they are first and foremost a professional
Don't confuse these sunglasses with cheap toy models - interestingly, some may
also bear the name 'Eye Spy' - be particular wary of these. Others still use
plastic lenses and have mirrors attached to an extended (wide) frame. They are
Eye Spy Intelligence Magazine rear-vision surveillance sunglasses have a
black-metal designer frame, rubber-backed ear drop-over (for comfort) and superb
glass lenses. Each set comes in a high-quality black hard-case.
No-one can determine (simply by looking or touching) that these glasses are
different from any other sunglasses.
This model is used by professional law enforcement agencies throughout the
United States, United Kingdom and elsewhere.
A great product to own or share. This model is easily the best on the market.
Eye Spy surveillance consultants note that 'having three eyes' takes a little
time to get used to, similarly, we recommend that you allow time for your eyes
NOTE: NEVER wear driving a vehicle or operating dangerous machinery.