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Water Resistant 1080p HD Video Camera Sunglasses

Rated 4.50 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)


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The GoVision Apollo is the first water resistant HD video camera sunglasses on the market today. Apollo’s sleek design makes the glasses extremely lightweight, form fitting and comfortable to wear. Customize your fit with our adjustable nose pieces to optimize your everyday comfort. Start capturing your world in stunning 1080p HD video with the touch of a button.

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Video Format


Video Encoding


Video Resolution


Media playing software

Any mainstream audio and video media playing software

Picture Pixels

15 MP

Operating Systems

MAC OS, Windows

Interface type

USB 5 pin Port

Storage support

Internal Micro-SD (TF Card) 8GB

Battery type

480mAh high-capacity lithium polymer

Battery charge time

Approximately 2 hours by standard computer


Glasses are protected against the effects of temporary water immersion up to 3 feet for a duration time of 1 minute

Customer Reviews

  • David Spilman

    The glasses work great went to Az and used them on the way there from Ia, I also use them when I’m fling my Drone Can’t wait for the weather to change so I can get My Harley out and use them on my road trips.

  • cvalcour

    i love these glasses I use them when riding my motorcycle. I use them to record family members. and go to Walmart and film the walmarsions.

  • Linda McManus

    Go Vision was mentioned while watching the Olympics on television. So I came to your site to check out the product. They mentioned that “your friends can watch you doing things, as you are doing them” and referenced streaming. I don’t see any mention on your website that the product can real-time stream. Please advise if your product actually does have the ability to stream real-time footage while the glasses are in use.

    So while your product looks absolutely awesome, if definitely would be even cooler to have real-time streaming ability. Just curious, please advise and thanks!

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