Spy Gear Toy Review

Check out the Spy Gear Agent Action Briefcase.
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Here's the Spy Gear Mobile Spy Ear.
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Check out the Spy Gear Spy Disc Shooter.
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Spy Gear Toy Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Jun 19, 2008
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

With Spy Gear from Wild Planet, you can do your best James Bond impersonation and take on secret missions anytime you want. Kidzworld has the reviews.

With Spy Gear from Wild Planet, you can do your best James Bond impersonation and take on secret missions anytime you want. Kidzworld has the reviews.

Spy Gear Agent Action Briefcase

A complete mobile spy system in a real working briefcase, the Agent Action Briefcase features hidden Agent Action Darts and three more spy gadgets. The motion detector sounds an alarm when anyone is snooping around, or you can take it out and set it in your room to catch intruders. There's even a secret compartment, CD/video game holder, room for extra Spy Gear, a removable flashlight and a spy scope too!

Thumbs Up:

  • It shoots darts!
  • It has a lot of gadgets for a pretty low price.
  • The CD/DVD/video game holder is a great idea.
  • Thumbs Down:

  • Doesn't come with all the batteries it needs.
  • The Spy Scope and flashlight are small and could get lost easily.
  • Rating: 3
    Age: Six and up.
    Price Range: 2

    Spy Gear Mobile Spy Ear

    Always know what's happening, even when you're in the next room. Pull back the Mobile Spy Ear, then send it off do your spying for you! This mobile listening bug comes with a receiver and ear bud, so you can stand back and hear whatever is taking place up to 50 feet away, even through walls.

    Thumbs Up:

  • The listening device works surprisingly well.
  • Thumbs Down:

  • Doesn't come with any batteries.
  • It can only travel in a straight line so you have to have a clear route.
  • If seen, it looks pretty suspicious.
  • Rating: 2
    Age: Six and up.
    Price Range: 2

    Spy Gear Spy Disc Shooter

    Shoot rapid-fire discs from a motorized hand blaster. Test your skills on the target, or line up some empty soda cans. You can even find a fellow spy with his own Spy Disc Shooter and engage in spy-to-spy combat. The discs are safe and soft, and you can block incoming shots with the extra-wide shield.

    Thumbs Up:

  • The discs shoot pretty accurately.
  • Including a target is a nice touch.
  • Thumbs Down:

  • A motorized shooter isn't very sneaky.
  • What spy goes around shooting red foam discs?
  • Doesn't include batteries.
  • Rating: 2
    Age: Six and up.
    Price Range: 1

    Price Range Legend
    $0-$15 = 1
    $16-$30 = 2
    $31-$45 = 3
    $46-$60 = 4
    $60+ = 5

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