Ultimate Microscope - My First Lab

A quality microscope with eyepiece, three lenses, illuminator and five prepared slides.
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Calling all budding astronomers! Take your star-gazing to a whole new level with this kid-friendly telescope and accompanying journal packed with facts and fun activity prompts.

No scientific lab would be complete without a microscope and now you're home lab can be taken to the next level with the Microscope from My First Lab!

This is a real working microscope, just like those you would find in a science lab at school. The glass optical lens allows you to see at a range of magnifications from 40x to 400x. It comes with five prepared slides for you to examine, but you can also create your own slides with the help of the available blank slides and instruction booklet.

Most organisms on our planet are microscopic, meaning without a microscope we can't see them. So go on, explore the hidden microscopic world with the help of your first microscope! You'll be amazed at what you see!

Age: 7+;
What You Get
Microscope by My First Lab. Includes a working microscope with eyepiece, three lenses, illuminator and five prepared slides.

Parts Included:
  • 10 x WF eyepiece with pointer
  • 1 x 4X lenses
  • 1 x 10X lenses
  • 1 x 40X lenses
  • 1 x 15W illuminator
  • 5 x prepared slides
How Does it Work?
Microscopes work by using a system of lenses to magnify the contents of the slide, similar to a magnifying glass. Lenses bend the light that pass through them so the rays are spread apart. For example, the distance between a fly's eyes, for example, is made ten times bigger by a 10X lens. The eyepiece (the part you look through) contains a lens that is fixed, but most microscopes are compound microscopes, meaning there are other lenses of different strengths can be interchanged. The microscope may need to be 'focussed', which means moving the lenses up or down to find the point at which the image 'resolves', or where it can be seen clearly.
  • Biology
  • Optics and magnification
  • Technology

WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD Small Parts. Not for children under 3 years.
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Length (cm) 15
Width (cm) 10
Height (cm) 28
Age Group 7-8 Years, 9-10 Years, 11-12 Years, 12+ Years
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