REVIEW: Science Mad Night Vision Googles
Looking for a Fun but Fact filled activity to keep the kids entertained over the October Half Term then why not check out the Science Mad Range from Trends UK. This collection offers kids real scientific equipment and kits with working features all giving them the chance to learn from the comfort of their own home.
What’s Science Mad
Science Mad is a collection of fab equipment and kits from Trends UK that’s purpose is to get kids inspired to explore more of what is around them and build a natural curiosity to learn more about how and why things work.
Over the years Trends UK has built a reputation as one of the UK’s leading suppliers of science toys, with this Science Mad brand offering real experiments, based on proper chemistry and scientific gadgets. The Science Mad range covers three categories which are Outdoor and Adventure, Core Science and Science Kits.
So, you can expect plenty for kids to discover with this Science Mad range as it includes things like Telescopes, Microscopes, a Chemistry Lab Set and a Crystal Growing Set, a Planetarium Star Globe, a Light Up Globe, a Build Your Own Vacuum Cleaner Kit, Night Vision Goggles, a 5-in-1 Weather Station kit, Digital Walkie Talkies, a Rock Tumbler kit and a Circuit Lab kit.
Recently we were gifted a pair of their Night Vision Googles for us to put to the test in return for sharing our honest thoughts with our readers, so read on to find out how we managed when a bunch of kids put them to the test.
We have also been kindly gifted some a pair so we can run a competition which families can enter for Free for the chance to Win, more info on how to enter can be found below.
Science Mad Night Googles
These Science Mad Night Googles make a fun little spy gadget for the kids. They are lightweight and has an adjustable head strap which makes then versatile across the age ranges.
These googles help kids explore in the dark, with them securely fitted with the strap they can even go on a hands free adventure.
It’s important to understand these don’t have infra-red night vision capacity, they are a product that are aimed specifically at children for the purpose of getting get them intrigued in science and build excitement about exploring the world around them. The lenses themselves have a blue tint on them to help with seeing in the dark and taking the glare off everything.
These Night Vision Googles also have a flip out scope which gives kids a 2x magnification, letting them get up closer to things making, building excitement to venture around more.
Parents will need to help kids with popping 3 x AAA batteries into the power pack and these are needed to power the twin LED light beams that will help kids see better.
Where to Buy Science Mad Range
The Science Mad Night Googles are aimed at children 6 years and over and can be found on sale at many toy stores, with one of the key online retailers being Amazon at £16.00.
Would we Recommend Science Mad Range to Families?
The Night Vision Googles were quick to set up and all the kids found them extremely easy to take on and off. We were surprised how light they were and between the adjustable strap and nose pad they were comfortable to wear on all different sized heads and faces.
There is something quite exciting for kids to play in the garden in the dark and these Night Vision Googles added even more to it, looking at a spider and spotting the odd bat they did enjoy playing with them.
Like most parents we love gifting our kid’s science-based toys as its fun for all the family whilst supporting STEM learning. We really love how Science Mad products lets us spend time with the kids and gives us an excellent way as a family to support our child’s learning in school from home.
We love how all Science Mad kits are a lovely, relaxed way to grow your child’s thirst for knowing more about the world around them and we would recommend them for families to check out.
WIN a Science Mad Night Vision Googles worth £16.00
As an extra little treat, we would love to offer the chance for one of our readers to Win their very own Science Equipment from Science Mad. If you are interested, then simply Click Here to Visit our Competition Section and Enter this Competition for Free – Good Luck!