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|inventor = [[William Murdoch]]
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|inventor = [[William Murdoch]]
|first seen = '''''[[Convalescence]]'''''
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|first seen = '''''[[Convalescence]]'''''
|first appearance = '''''[[Convalescence]]'''''
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|first appearance = '''''[[Convalescence]]'''''
|last appearance = '''''[[Once Upon a Murdoch Christmas]]'''''
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|last appearance = '''''[[Once Upon a Murdoch Christmas]]'''''
}}'''Night Vision Goggles''' are a device using parabolic mirrors reflecting incoming rays in order to see in the dark by Detective [[William Murdoch]] in [[Season 2 Episodes and Guides|Season 2]].
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}}'''Night Vision Goggles''' are a device using parabolic mirrors reflecting incoming rays in order to see in the dark, invented by Detective [[William Murdoch]] in [[Season 2 Episodes and Guides|Season 2]].
   
By [[Season 9 Episodes and Guides|Season 9]], the '''Night Goggles''' have been upgraded like the [[UV Day Light In a Box]].'''<nowiki/>'''
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By [[Season 9 Episodes and Guides|Season 9]], the '''Night Vision Goggles''' have been upgraded, like the [[UV Day Light In a Box]].'''<nowiki/>'''
   
 
== Appearances & Mentions ==
 
== Appearances & Mentions ==
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* Murdoch returns to his office to find [[Thomas Brackenreid|Brackenreid]] describing his night-vision gear to Murdoch's puzzled [[Susannah Murdoch|sister]], who asks "...why not use a lantern?"
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* Murdoch returns to his office to find [[Thomas Brackenreid|Brackenreid]] describing his night-vision gear to Murdoch's puzzled [[Susannah Murdoch|sister]], who asks ''"...why not use a lantern?"''
   
 
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==== [[Once Upon a Murdoch Christmas|'''''Once Upon a Murdoch Christmas''''']] ====
 
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== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
* The '''Night Vision Goggles''' are on display, along with a trademark homburg (one of a handful) and a few other articles from the show, in the lobby of 51 Division of the Toronto Police Service, at 51 Parliament Street; 51 Division, formerly located on Dundas Street East at Parliament Street, Toronto, was once known as [[Station House Four]].
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* The '''Night Vision Goggles''' are on display, along with a trademark homburg (one of a handful) and a few other articles from the show, in the lobby of 51 Division of the Toronto Police Service, at 51 Parliament Street; 51 Division, formerly located on Dundas Street East at Parliament Street, Toronto, was once known as [[Station House Four]].
   
 
== Gallery ==
 
== Gallery ==

Revision as of 21:23, February 10, 2020

Night Vision Goggles
Mm410 Night Vision Goggles Brax
Inventor William Murdoch
First Seen Convalescence
Night Vision Goggles are a device using parabolic mirrors reflecting incoming rays in order to see in the dark, invented by Detective William Murdoch in Season 2.

By Season 9, the Night Vision Goggles have been upgraded, like the UV Day Light In a Box.

Appearances & Mentions

Convalescence

  • An injured and ailing Murdoch invents and builds the parabolic goggles while in his sickbed, and uses them to defeat two would-be thieves in Mrs. Kitchen’s darkened attic. 

Voices

  • Murdoch returns to his office to find Brackenreid describing his night-vision gear to Murdoch's puzzled sister, who asks "...why not use a lantern?"

Wild Child

  • Murdoch and Crabtree each use a newer version of the night-vision goggles to track down a young, feral woman in the dark woods.

Once Upon a Murdoch Christmas

Trivia

  • The Night Vision Goggles are on display, along with a trademark homburg (one of a handful) and a few other articles from the show, in the lobby of 51 Division of the Toronto Police Service, at 51 Parliament Street; 51 Division, formerly located on Dundas Street East at Parliament Street, Toronto, was once known as Station House Four.

Gallery

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