since the beginning of time, invisibility has rank among the highs of man’s wants and unless you are involved in some military superpower top secret invisibility projects, the likelihood that you will ever see the light (or not see?) is next to zero. so for the mere mortals, Optics Planet has the Invisible Man Kit that will grant you the power to “disappear” into your surrounding. obviously, this is no Harry’s Cloak of Invisibility and this kit comprises of items pulled from Optics Planet’s vast catalog that will aid you in blending with the immediate surrounding. so, we like to reiterate: it does not make you literally invisible to anyone.

some of items in the package include an OPMOD Camo Stealth Ghillie Suit (both woodland and snow versions) for a pretty self-explanatory purpose, a NcStar Military Tactical Vest for stashing all the gears, various scent disguises and bar soaps, Leupold Mark 4 Mil Dot Rifle Scope, Nikon waterproof binoculars, OPMOD Tac Pack 2.0 limited edition backpack and more. as you can see, those items won’t really make you invisible per say, but to allow you to disguise and blend into the surrounding to maintain an invisible state, but those won’t help you if you start yakking away on your mobile phone or if you smartphone rings or vibrates. recommended uses for the kit includes hunting, law enforcement, military ops, hide and seek, capture the flag game and paintball game. we tried to ignore “dating” as one of the uses, though.

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the Invisible Man Kit by OpticsPlanet is not a joke. it can be yours for a grand price of $20,000. yes. that’s 20 grand and in case you are wondering, there are over 30 items contained in this kit, of which, some are pretty pricey gadgets like ATN Odin Thermal Imager and the Leupold Rifle Scope. so, if you have nothing to drop your 20k on this Christmas, you might want to check out the Invisible Man Kit by OpticsPlanet. check out a short comedy, i mean, product video for your enjoyment after the break.

Thanks to Sarah Radack for the hat tip.

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Published by Mike chua

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