T121443

Vega 360 Telescope by Educational Insights

Vega 360 Telescope by Educational Insights
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$51.33

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Description
With this lightweight and durable telescope, young scientists can explore the natural wonders of the earth, the craters of the moon, and beyond! The all-glass optics and magnification from 20x to 80x provide clear, up-close images of birds, animals, and distant exotic plants, as well as celestial objects. Easy to use, it's perfect for backyard exploring, camping trips, and vacations. From Geovision.

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

  • 20x, 40x, and 80x magnifications
  • All glass optics
  • 50mm objective lens
  • Two eyepieces
  • 2X image erector
  • Table-top tripod
  • Two-element achromatic objective lens
  • Ages 8 and up
  • Made in China

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Rated 4 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great for the Budding Astronomer The GeoSafari Vega 360 Telescope is lightweight and very easy to put together. The included tripod is shorter than expected, so if you use it, you may want to place it on a table top. By day, it has been great to unobtrusively observe various animals, and by night, we've been able to observe the moon (the best). This is a great introductory telescope for my child. 10-16-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great Intro Toy I received this product for testing purposes though Educational Insights. It is a microscope meant for a child and for the price it isn't bad at all. You cant see much, but the toy is merely to engage a child and begin to interest them in science. For that purpose it does its job and I have no complaints 09-28-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good toy telescope I would probably give this 3.5 stars if I could. I feel it could be made better, but my children do love it and have used it quite a bit. We received one of these from the company in exchange for our honest review. Out of the package, it was very easy to put together. There are screws holding it all together. It comes with the body of the telescope with a large lens, a tripod, 2 different eyepieces with different magnification power, and a longer extender eyepiece for viewing things on the ground. The tripod is kind of wobbly and it's to short to use the telescope comfortably unless the child is sitting on the ground or at a table. We had best luck putting it on the tailgate of a truck to look at the sky outside. I feel that there needs to be a redesign on how the eyepiece part attaches to the body of the telescope. It uses two screws that you tighten up to hold it on. One of our screws will already no longer tighten. I'm not sure if one of the kids tried to over tighten it and it stripped the threads, but since this is designed for children, I feel it should be a little sturdier. Other than that, it looks sleek and it works fine. It was hard to find the moon in it. There is a lot of sky to go through and a very small viewing area. It took my husband helping and moving the telescope with microscopic little taps until he had it focused on the moon. Once he did though, WOW! It was very cool. We could see the craters on the moon like we had never seen them before. The kids loved it. It didn't do as well with stars and I don't think you would be able to see any other planets or anything. My kids mainly use it during the day to look around the neighborhood. They are super impressed with how clear they can see things so far away. So I think this is a good toy telescope for kids to get them interested in basic astronomy. I would definitely put it in the toy category though. It's a great starter telescope that is sparking new interests in my kids. 08-29-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by Perfect starter telescope This telescope was perfect for my 8 year old. It has a very sleek, modern look, is lightweight and is a quality product. This comes with a telescope that you can hold or place on the included tabletop tripod, 3 eye pieces and a diagonal mirror. My son and I were able to easily adjust the eyepieces and see the moon and a few stars. He was excited to spot things right away. I liked the tripod feature, but my 8 year old felt more comfortable holding the telescope to view the sky. We'd love to take this on our next trip up to the mountains where the sky is a lot clearer and there are more stars to look at than in the city. 08-20-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by My kids love this! My kids loved exploring our yard and neighborhood with this. 08-11-16
Rated 3 out of 5 by A good starter telecsope This is super easy to put together. And it is a little hard to find what you are looking for I wish it came with A couple more lens to making viewing easier and clearer but I believe it is a good option at a good price for a first telescope to make sure that a child stay interested in the planets and stars before spending a lot more. It just takes practice and patience to use this telescope. 08-08-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by Awesome telescope! The only thing I have to complain about is the short tripod.I would rather have a bigger one. 04-18-10
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