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Get Connected's host AJ Vickery is joined by Andy Baryer as they talk about techs newest hotest products including Pivothead products.
Video-recording glasses aren't new. But video-recording glasses that you wouldn't be embarrassed to wear? Now that is novel.
I have suggested them for the drunk driving unit. The video would be invaluable in detecting impaired drivers and taking it to court. I am going to work hard to get you some business down here for you. Just let me convince our bosses that they will be a good tool and perhaps I can get you a bulk order. I personally love them
- Souix St. Marie Police Department
We have used the Pivothead Durango glasses on a Joint Terminal Attack Controller (JTAC) who was inserted into a training area using a helicopter. The Pivothead glasses recorded the events that the JTAC experienced from his viewpoint in 1080p high-definition. The Pivothead system is almost completely unobtrusive and does not interfere with dismounted operations as we have demonstrated.
- University of Iowa Jet Team
Got word you had inquired on how the equipment had been working out thus far. So far so good. Smaller agency so we don’t use them every day, however we have officers assigned to narcotics squads and they and we know they are also there for any situations that would arise surveillance wise as well. Thanks again for the great product and will let you know of any success stories.
- Palos Heights Police Department
BEST FOR: Shooting discreetly. THE TEST: With a comfortable fit and crisp, polarized lenses, it’s easy to forget the Durangos pull double duty as a legit action cam. (They weigh only a smidge more than normal sun glasses.)