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Unique Invention Allows Children of All Ages to Experience the Secret Agent Experience

Young children all over the world have hopes and dreams of someday growing up to become secret spies. They have these elaborate visions of using high tech gadgets to hunt down criminals, and save the world. For many years these dreams had to remain just that - dreams, but with a new invention from Go Gadgets, children and adults can live out their high tech fantasies.

"We here at Go Gadgets believe that it is important to make every child's dream come true, even if it is 30 years later", said CEO of Go Gadgets, Harold Spew. "We make the dreams of children who want to be spies come true."

The biggest inspiration for Go Gadgets came when Harold Spew was able to create a pair of aluminum sunglasses that had all the bells and whistles that secret agent spies want and need. The pair of sunglasses provides the ability to track people that might be coming up from behind.

"Secret agents need to have eyes in the back of their heads", said Spew. "Until there is a surgery for that, this is the best thing we can do. This product allows us to see behind us without wiping your head around. Great for when someone is tailing you."

Other features that are included on the aluminum sunglasses includes the ability to pull up a tiny compact computer screen in the corner of the glass' lens, the ability to have the direct coordinates of a location projected on the glasses, and the ability to record things and have it sent to a remote computer. Everything a secret spy would want can be found on this pair of glasses.

"These glasses provide the entire secret spy experience for kids of all ages from 0 to 100", said Spew. "However, we don't recommend giving them to someone who is 4 months, which might be overwhelming for the child."

Go Gadgets is planning on unveiling an entire secret spy collection. Products can include tiny parachutes to jump out of buildings with, sticky products to climb walls and buildings, and secrete surveillance products.

"Our goal is to provide an entire secret agent experience by offering numerous products for the amateur spy", said Spew. "It should be fun, and the reception for the products is amazing."

Over 9,000 spyglasses sold within the first two days they were listed on the company's website. Another 1,000 are on backorder, and there is a waiting list for other proposed products.  

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