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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
HGOH QUALITY OPTICS!
Everyday becomes a new adventure!
Science is defined as the search for truth and knowledge, however at times the search can prove to be quite boring. Now as most of you know, the best path to a successful education begins at home and is further enhanced by the presence of tools which turn boring old science into an exciting and memorable adventure. The I explorer will allow your young scientist. Everyday would turn into a new adventure, with this little guy by your side.
Why My First Lab™
The I-Explore features high-quality, real glass optics and will provide you and every user with a fantstic image every singe time. The I-Explore offers a binocular head, with two 10x eyepieces, a 20x objective, as well as a battery powered cool LED illumination system. This scope also features an acrylic, reversible stage plate, which is used based on the specimen viewed and the users preference.
What's In The Box?
1 - Stereo Microscope 2 - 10x Eyepieces 1 - reversible stage-plate
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Nice unit for the price. I purchased this for my daughter's Christmas present. I disassembled it and painted it the colours she asked Santa to send to her and was fortunate to... Read morePublished 2 months ago by D. Kresan
I had to send it back. Left lens malfunctioned, was given a new one with no problem, but not in time for Christmas.Published 3 months ago by Robert Patterson
The scope was deffective when my granddaughter opened the box. Only one eyepiece worked and the second one was black as if an internal lens or mirror either was broken or never... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Troy
I'm sure this is a wonderful product, but ours was defective. I contacted them via their contact page on their website twice, but they never responded. Read morePublished 3 months ago by David Schaub