Little Experimenter 2-in-1 Kids Projector + Telescope with Collapsible Tripod – Great Space Exploration Set!

January 23, 2020 - Comment

2-in-1 Kids Telescope & Projector 2x Magnification Sturdy Foldable Tripod Soft, Flexible Eyepiece Intended for Ages 8+ Encourage Learning and Exploration with an Epic Space Exploration Set 2-in-1 Projector + Telescope: Zoom in on the nighttime moon and stars with 2x magnification on this dynamic telescope for kids! What better way to introduce your child

2-in-1 Kids Telescope & Projector 2x Magnification Sturdy Foldable Tripod Soft, Flexible Eyepiece Intended for Ages 8+

Encourage Learning and Exploration with an Epic Space Exploration Set

2-in-1 Projector + Telescope: Zoom in on the nighttime moon and stars with 2x magnification
on this dynamic telescope for kids! What better way to introduce your child to our solar system and its
wonders?
Portable, Foldable Tripod: It’s easy to transport this kids telescope and set up anywhere on
the included tripod that keeps this space projector steady and folds flat for easy storage.
Project 24 Space-Themed Pictures: View images of planets, constellations, space ships and
more in crystal-clear 3-D detail on any wall. Wall projector is removable, making it easy to entertain two
kids at once!
Great Gift Idea: Become the best parent, grandparent, aunt or uncle in town when presenting
your favorite kiddo with our awesome space toys for kids for a smashing birthday or Christmas gift!
Money-Back Guarantee: Feel free to contact us in case of any order-related issues for a
satisfactory resolution or your money back RIGHT AWAY!

C’mon, scroll up and buy now to enter a new world of discovery and space exploration!

Product Features

  • SPARK IMAGINATION 🌟: View constellations in the night sky and project bright, space-themed pictures on your bedroom wall with this life-sized telescope for kids! Featuring 2x magnification and a foldable tripod, this charming space toy set will let your child explore the solar system in vivid 3-D detail.
  • ADJUSTABLE VIEW 🌟: Includes several projection discs with 24 images of planets, space ships and more! Swivel this kids telescope in almost any direction to adjust the viewing angle, or lock in place for stationary viewing.
  • DESIGNED WITH KIDS IN MIND 🌟: Our telescopes for kids are built to last using high-quality materials for supreme durability. Comes with a soft, flexible eyepiece that molds around both eyes to enhance viewing comfort. Includes 3x AG13 batteries for your convenience!
  • EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITY BOOK INCLUDED 🌟: Chock-full of information, activities and fun facts about our space system, the included kids telescope guide book makes a great companion to this top-rated telescope kit and is sure to keep kids entertained for hours!
  • YOUR SATISFACTION GUARANTEED 🌟: At Little Experimenter, your satisfaction is our topmost priority! Please contact us in case ANYTHING goes wrong with your toy telescope and we will make it right thanks to our FULL money-back guarantee!

Comments

Anonymous says:

Best little kids’ toy telescope One of my 5 year old twins wanted a telescope for Christmas so Santa brought him this one, he loves it. It projects the images into the wall and then you can look through it. It doesn’t have great magnification like a real scope but for that reason we also got a family telescope (not a cheap one and not to be used by the kids alone) so he can also get the experience of outdoor stargazing, but he much prefers the toy one since he can use it anytime and in any weather. I also really like that…

Anonymous says:

Save your money. So disappointed. Bought this for my 4 year old grandson and the tripod broke within minutes. Also the projector that’s supposed to show on the ceiling doesnt. It had to be just inches from a wall to be clear. Waste of 25 bucks. I tried to return but had a week to do it and was unable to get it done.

Anonymous says:

Basically a Projector This is a cute little toy. But I was disappointed, as I thought you could actually use it to see the stars outside better than you can. It’s basically a projector. Cool for kids room, but not for practice use star gazing.

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