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Waterproof Video Eyewear

This fantastic piece of kit gives you the power to playback your adventure from your own, unique vantage point and share the thrill you experienced first-hand with friends and family.

Bear Grylls

Handsfree video and photo indicator lights

One-touch control

The one-touch control and unique built-in vibrate alerts ensure you have a clear signal when your device is on and recording.

Hands-free/mount-free

For some adventures, you’ve just got to travel light and take the bare essentials. No complicated mounts or set ups, just a pair of ultra-cool glasses. It’s pretty much your field of vision, so if you can see it, you’re recording it.

One touch record and power on button

Instant-on recording

Often, there just isn’t time to fiddle around and set up your camera, and this video eyewear’s one-touch record button will capture that epic moment while you stay firmly in it, filming or capturing from your own, unique point of view.

Bear Grylls Video Eyewear Certified Dustproof And Waterproof

Certified IP66 Dustproof and Waterproof

To keep your eyewear safe and sealed from the elements, we've created a lightweight, rugged Grilamid® TR90 Impact Resistant frame, which is so good, it's officially rated and certified IP6 Dustproof and IP6 Waterproof. When you're up against the odds, great to know you have equipment built for adventurers by adventurers.

Bear Grylls waterproof video eyeware with polarised lenses

Polarised lenses

The impact resistant (Certified EN166/172 & ANSI Z87.1 protected) polarised lenses have UV400 protection and 100% UVA and UVB protection. The polarised lens enhances clarity and contrast of vision and protects you from dangerous glare and bright reflections that could throw you off your step.

Bear Grylls Waterproof Video Eyewear with clear and polarised lenses

Clear Polycarbonate lenses

When you’re in changing daylight and environments, having the option to switch out your lenses is important. The clear polycarbonate lenses are perfect for when indoors, at night, and in early mornings and evenings when tinted lenses are not needed.

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