Liquid Image Brings 'Solid Snake Goggles' To CES 2011 Unveiled

Posted: Jan 5 2011, 9:58am CST | by , Updated: Jan 5 2011, 10:00am CST, in News | CES

Liquid Image Brings 'Solid Snake Goggles' To CES 2011 Unveiled
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They are seriously the coolest looking things in the entire freaking world.

I've been a tech geek all my life, and a tech journalist for two years. At this point, my once-fiery gadget-lust has dimmed to hot coals. It takes a lot to make me WANT THAT NOW. The only products that inflame my heart today are truly exceptional devices. Things of beauty, varied use and elegant design.

But somewhere deep inside my soul is a 9-year-old. He's spent his entire youth playing video games and watching action movies. And he wants the Liquid Image Scuba Series goggles more than anything in the world. And it isn't because he Scuba dives often. It is pure, straight, 100% because they look like something Solid Snake would wear.

Sure, the fact that they only cost $375, can record in 720p and survive depths of 300 feet is also pretty nifty. As are the Impact and Summit series of goggles. The former is built for motocross (with a silicon helmet strap!) and the latter is for snow-sportsmen. Both can shoot in 1080p.

Watch this video, then tell me you don't want one of these things.

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