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Quantum Big Screen Microscope

Item number   w-lr-2900
This product has been DISCONTINUED
6 years +
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Summary

This Quantum electronic microscope is a high quality kids microscope that will bring hours of educational fun at home or in a classroom for your young scientists.
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Skills

Biology, Natural Science, Observation Skills, Experimental Skills, Microworld
SKUw-lr-2900
Recommended Age6 years
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Quantity Available0
UPC Code765023012101
Dimensions of Box14" x 10.6" x 9"
Made inChina
Part Numberdsc-w-lr-2900
Weight4.10 lb

Description of Quantum Big Screen Microscope

Get ready for giant bugs, unbelievable cells and surprising critters - all under your very own microscope! The Quantum Big Screen Microscope, by Learning Resources, will amaze children and adults of all ages with its specialty magnification and giant 8.5 x 5 inches viewing screen, designed so you and all your friends can explore together. Produce clear images at 10x, 20x, or even 40x magnification power! You'll feel like a real scientist with all the expert accessories including a glare-reducing shield and Snap-Tight tray. This kids electronic microscope allows your children to make their own slides with the enclosed slide-making accessories or to use standard slides and slide strips. Quantum Big Screen Microscope is a high quality children electronic microscope that will bring hours of educational fun at home or in a classroom for your young scientists. This award winning kids microscope from Educational Toys Planet will get you ready to explore the world around you.

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  1. by Tim, FL on Jul 14, 2012

    it was a great gift for my son. he loves watching the specimen he has. excellent science toy for my 7 year-old.
  2. by robin, CA on Mar 31, 2011

    The lighting on the screen is rather weak, but the kids enjoy it.
  3. by Alvin, PA on Apr 2, 2010

  4. by Robert, OR on Mar 28, 2010