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Ordinary to Extraordinary
Much more fun than a microscope, the EyeClops transforms any television into an interactive TV toy. With the EyeClops, the ordinary becomes extraordinary. Magnified to 200 times the normal size and viewed on any TV screen, minuscule salt crystals morph into blocks of ice; hair and carpet turn into giant noodles; and small insects become fearsome creatures. The Bionic Eye has three built-in LED lights so kids can illuminate any object, including their own skin.
Interactive and Easy to Use
Kids love using the TV along with this educational device to share a new activity with their friends. Parents too can join in the fun and will love how their children learn and play. So you don't have to touch everything you look at, the toy comes with an observation dish and tube, perfect for viewing liquids, salt, and bugs. The battery-powered device is simple to use, plugging directly into the A/V jacks found on any current TV model. The brightly colored, hard plastic device is child-safe and stands up to hours of scientific exploration. The EyeClops requires five AA batteries.
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It's a blast to find thing around the house to look at.
This is a fun gadget for all ages, it does take a steady hand but the kids will enjoy looking at things like their hands and they like when you magnify things.
Our class viewed the eye clops and really enjoyed seeing various objects magnified up to 200X.
The eyeclops came just as it is seen but did not come as you would buy it in the store. The focus adjuster is almost impossible to move and the viewing tray is missing. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Tyler
Bought this for Christmas some time ago. It is great fun! The image is clear and we love looking at things like eyeballs, dog's feet, bugs, and other things that are delightfully... Read morePublished 9 months ago by J. S.
instead of just reading what things look like real tiny you get to see them up close just plug into the tv and enjoy.Published 11 months ago by al
Sorry I didn't rate this sooner. Got it a couple of years ago but it is still connected to the TV in our family room. Read morePublished 12 months ago by A.Wood
I got this as a gift several years ago and I never get tired of it, I pull it out every once in a while to play around with it. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Caleb
This was the coolest thing when I bought it many years ago for my kids and I still use it with students at my school, since my kids are all grown up now. Works great!Published 13 months ago by Nancy Southard