|Item Weight||8.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||8.8 x 2.9 x 4.7 inches|
|Item model number||PBOX|
|Manufacturer Part Number||PBOX20170731002|
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- Educational Microscope Kit encourages scientific exploration and discovery, introduces a key scientific tool in a fun way
- Beginner compound microscope provides high magnification for educational applications,100X, 400x, and 1200x Magnification.
- Super educational toy includes everything necessary for a child to be introduced to science and get started dissecting specimens
- Monocular viewing head with LED,Comes with multi-piece accessory kit
- Requires 2AA batteries (No including )
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Microscope kit contains
- 1X microscope
- 1X plastic containers
- 6X blank label
- 5X speciment of glass
- 2X collection bottles
- 1X forceps
- 1X Instructions
MICROSCOPE OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS:
- 1. Open the batteries compartment door after unscrewing the protecting screw.
- 2. Insert two AA batteries, as directed in the compartment's bottom.
- 3. Put back the protecting screw.
- 4. Lift the nose piece as much as possible with the upper wheel.
- 5. Put a slide with the tissue or organism you want to observe on the tray, fixed under the two blockers.
- 6. Point the light up, and switch it on.
- 7. Set the sharpness with the upper wheel, and adjust the eyepiece to your eyesight by turning it gently.
- 8. Adjust the light intensity with the lower wheel. Too much light can crush some low contrast details.
- 9. Be careful, when going from the smallest to the largest magnification, lift the tube to avoid hitting the tray.
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|Item Dimensions||2.9 x 8.8 x 4.7 in||14.57 x 15.75 x 5.12 in||4.7 x 8.8 x 2.9 in||10 x 3.8 x 13 in||3.5 x 6.5 x 9 in||2.8 x 4.7 x 9.3 in|
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I wanted to bring this same magic to my seven-year-old, so I picked up this kit and I was not disappointed at all.
For the price, I was not expecting anything spectacular, though it actually surpassed my expectations. Again, for the low price.
It takes two AA batteries for the light. It's mostly plastic but well put together. The lens wheel turns well and everything else works fine for adjusting your focus, just like a normal microscope.
The tweezers are plastic and work as well as you might expect. The containers are little plastic things that serve their purposes well enough. It comes with one prepared slide that does not state what is on it. It looks sort of like a pinch of... yellow stuff. I don't know, but it looked cool under the scope. The remaining slides are blank, and made of glass, though they have circular indents for placing a specimen on instead of setting a square over it with some solution. It's fairly basic.
It blew my son away. He was so excited. We put an ant on there and he examined it for a while. Then we explored the yard for other things to bring in and look at, like leaves and such. We looked at sugar and lint. I put a drop of my blood on a slide using my blood sugar tester but the magnification was not strong enough to see anything other than red.
Lint and hair seemed to impress him the most. It's a wonderful introduction into the scientific world, and all for under ten bucks.