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  • With Magnifications of 100x, 200x, and 400x times. The Multizoom Eyeclops provides a bigger and better look at the world around you
  • Explore a world of wonder by simply plugging into your TV with Jakks Pacific's famous Plug It In & Play technology
  • The Multizoom plugs into any standard television for cool magnifications on the big screen
  • See the world like you’ve never seen it before. The Eyeclops Multizoom magnifies the world like nothing you have seen before

WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B0016P2U6A
  • Item model number: 60726
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 6 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #254,276 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (80 customer reviews)
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Product Description

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See your world as never before with the EyeClops Bionic Eye! With this fun and easy-to-use electric magnifier, kids six and up can view everyday objects at up to 400 times their regular size. The simple, hand-held bionic "eye" displays magnified images on any TV, providing hours of fun entertainment for the entire family.



Connect the EyeClops to your television and explore things around you in detail. View larger.


The EyeClops lets you choose between 100x, 200x, and 400x magnification.View larger.

What We Think


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The Good: Easy to set up and fun for the whole family; great way for kids to explore everyday objects

The Bad: Takes a little practice to learn how to focus

In a Nutshell: A fun and engaging educational toy with great educational potential

At a Glance

Ages: 6 and up
Requires: 5 AA batteries, TV with video input jack
Magnify Your World
The hand-held EyeClops magnifying "eye" is made of brightly-colored, lightweight, durable plastic and features an ergonomically shaped handle that fits comfortably into small and large hands alike. To operate, simply insert five AA batteries into the "Brain Case," attach the video wire to your TV's video input jack, and turn on the power switch, and you're ready to go!

With the easy-to-hold magnifying lens in one hand, you can focus on any number of everyday objects, such as coins, fabric, your pet's fur and even your own hair and skin. The images will appear on your television, and a zoom dial offers either 100x, 200x or 400x magnification. The EyeClops comes with a focusing lens, a viewing dish and a tube to enable your child to explore a variety of everyday objects safely and easily.

Contagious Fun for the Whole Family
The excitement of seeing objects in your child's everyday world magnified to up to 400 times is contagious and sure to be a hit with whole family. With no software to upload and minimal set-up, the EyeClops can be put to use almost instantly.

The hand-held magnification "eye" is fun to hold and makes it easy for your child to explore their world. Viewing the magnified images on your TV screen in full, vivid color encourages your child to take learning into their own hands and provides numerous opportunities for parents and children to play fun and educational games together. And because the EyeClops is powered by five AA batteries, your child can enjoy several uninterrupted hours of exploration without the need for recharging or replacement.

Although the EyeClops is extremely easy to set up, it does take a little practice to make things come into focus. However, with the aid of the simple focusing gauge on the I.R.I.S. lens that surrounds the magnifying lens, this initial awkwardness is quickly overcome.

On the lowest setting the LEDs occasionally proved to be too bright for viewing lighter-colored objects, and these images could not be seen clearly on the TV screen. On the higher magnification settings, however, this did not seem to be a problem and textures and colors came through flawlessly.

What's in the Box
EyeClops Bionic Eye and Brain Case, I.R.I.S. lens attachment, viewing dish and tube, and base.

From the Manufacturer

Eyeclops Multi Zoom is three times the fun of the original Eyeclops See at 100, 200, and 400 times magnification. Explore a world of wonder by simply plugging into your TV with Jakks Pacific’s famous Plug It In and Play technology…now with three times the fun. Bionic Eye evolves with a powerful, new feature to expand kids’ worlds: an adjustable multi-zoom lens with 100x, 200x and 400x magnification. See how amazing everything looks under three different magnifications directly on your TV.

Customer Reviews

The third EyeClops, incidentally, is even worse than the others.
James Andersen
The EyeClops Bionic Eye was TRULY AMAZING from the very beginning!
"PK" 4 Kenseth
Its too cold for bugs, but I'm sure that will be cool to see too.
Karen

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

31 of 32 people found the following review helpful By aa-Pam TOP 500 REVIEWER on December 4, 2008
A friend said his daughter (10) wanted a microscope and I suggested that he consider the Eyeclops instead. Then I realized that I hadn't reviewed it. [I mention this so you know that I really like the Eyeclops; enough to recommend it to friends]

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Last year my SIL bought this for the children and I have to say the whole family has used it and enjoyed it. My husband has used it to read tiny inscriptions on jewelry. I've used it in conjunction with the kids' science unit on crystals -- we looked at salt and sugar. And, of course, we've used it to look at untold numbers of warts, moles, freckles and scabs.

To use it you just take it out of the box and plug it into the television. What you see is a magnified image on the television screen. This ability to share is something you can't do with most moderately priced microscopes. The picture is in color, although every once in awhile it will be in black and white. We haven't figured out why that happens but it's usually fixed by jiggling the connections.

Magnification-wise there's not a great many options, but you can go up to about four hundred which is good enough for youngsters to learn more about the world around them. It's a cool edu-tainment toy ... and it's a heck of alot easier to look at scabs if you don't have to cut them off your body and put them on a slide :)

Pam T~
mom and reviewer for Booksforkids-reviews
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42 of 45 people found the following review helpful By C. J. on September 7, 2008
After playing with this toy at a friend's, (I am 37 and the toy belonged to a 6 yr. old) I decided to purchase it as a gift for our good friend's 5 yr. old. I think the adults at the party had just as much fun as the kids. I highly recommend it. It's so cool to see things magnified (clothes, carpet, dog hair).
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29 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Jazzy. on November 16, 2008
My 6 yr old son got this as a gift, and although I was skeptical at first, I have now eaten my words. It is a breeze to set up, and once you do, the view is great! My son looked at the carpet, and it was really clear and looked like a microscope. We also looked at his hair, my husbands hands, paper, chicken etc. We went crazy!

Anyone that even slightly enjoys science will love this toy.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Mom of 2byz on November 28, 2008
We purchased this toy for our then 5 year old son last Christmas. It was so simple to plug into the tv and then voila - let the fun begin. The magnification makes everyday objects so interesting to look at, and much easier then trying to use a mircroscope. With two boys, it became a competition of who can find the grossest thing to look at, skin, scabs, warts, moles, wrinkles. Whenever we bring it out Eyeclops draws the attention of everyone around and everyone wants a chance to use it. It is a good way to spark the curiousity and we've enjoyed this product. Occasionally it is hard to focus if it isn't sitting directly on/over the item you are trying to magnify, but that is only a minor setback, because the kids quickly move on to find something different to check out.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on September 3, 2008
We ordered the EyeClops w/ extra maps for our son's 7th birthday. It was a great hit. We all got into investigating and following the clues. It takes a steady hand but even our 4 yr old loves to look too.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Sherry VINE VOICE on November 22, 2008
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We first saw this toy at a friends house, when it kept 2 six year olds and 2 four year olds buy for 2 hours! It magnifies anything it can essentially touch, hair skin, we are going to have fun looking for more. Very cool and definately worth the $25 we found this for on Amazon.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By ShopGirl on November 25, 2008
My 6 year old daughter received this last year for Christmas. When we get it out, it's all kinds of fun. You'll hear many sound effects - cool, ewwww, stuff like that. We put it on the carpet, our skin, furniture, toys, blankets, spices, etc. It's amazing. It's almost like a microscope - that you can take anywhere (as long as the cord reaches). My daughter has gotten it out at family gatherings and everyone is always amazed - and interested... "try it on this, focus on that" And it's handle and durability makes it a better option for kids than a microscope. Lots of fun and great price!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Lydia on March 27, 2009
I love the idea of this toy. The main problem is that it is hard for my kids to work it. Sure, they can hold the eyeclops up to any object, but getting the item in focus was really a challenge for them. It took quite a bit of effort for us, the parents, to focus the images. As soon as it was clear enough to see the image, my kids wanted the eyeclps back to "see" something else and then the next item would need to be refocused. I hated taking the toy away from them to "fix" the focus problem, but my kids could not get a clear image for themselves. My kids quickly became bored with all of the time it took to focus the eyeclops and frustrated that they could not see things with it without our help. Needless to say, they have not played with it since.
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