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|LEARN|interplay pocket microscope review


We recently recieved a pocket microscope from Interplay to review.  The microscope is designed for children aged 6 and above, but at age 4 with supervision, T managed to use it with great success and loved it!


The pocket microscope comes with a selection of accessories, specimen bottles, slides and tweezers. T really enjoyed collecting his specimens from the garden and pond.  The design of the microscope also means that you can look at bugs and larger items within the clear little chamber at the bottom without harming them.  We looked at some bugs and flowers this way which was really successful.


The microscope needs 2 AA batteries to make it work and it has a really clever design in that when you open the scope the light automatically turns on and switches off when you close it.


I thought T would struggle more with looking through the scope, but he didn't, I did have to set the focus for him but once that was done he was fine to look himself, and really enjoyed looking at the slides that were including with the kit.


The pocket microscope has an RRP of £9.99, in my opinion a really good price for such a great little tool, I'm sure that this will be something much used in coming years.

Disclaimer: we were sent this item in return for our honest review.



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54 comments :

  1. I suspect it would be bugs. They're very into catching insects at the moment.

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  2. Bodhi would love one of these he is always wanting to look at things in the garden closer !!

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  3. Insects,they love looking at bugs.

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  4. Daniel loves his - it's such a great price for the equipment x

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  5. I would imagine bugz

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  6. My son is always looking at bugs so a close up of those would be fascinating to him

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  7. My son would spend ages looking a ants and woodlice- or any little insects he could find!

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  8. My two are studying minibeasts at school and would no doubt spend ages examining those!

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  9. minibeasts...my son is obsessed!At least twice a week we go on a hunt

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  10. My son loves 'creatures' out of the garden :)

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  11. My son would love to look at the sand from the beach

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  12. probably leaves bugs and body parts

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  13. Definitely bugs they catch in the garden xx

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  14. I suspect it would be bugs from the garden.

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  15. Bugs and insects I would imagine as he is obsessed with them especially ladybirds and woodlice lol! x

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  16. I think my daughter would want to look at everything outside.

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  17. Probably some Minibeasts or something

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  18. As long as Georgia doesn't use it to look at spiders then I'm happy!!

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  19. what a lovely home -ed tool to have

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  20. my grandson loves lizards and ants, so would probably spend all day looking at ants

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  21. as much as i'd love to say bugs and insects like everyone else, my son would probably try and look at everything he gets his hands on!

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  22. They'd look at flowers and sand probably to start with.
    Farhana

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  23. Flower and lady bugs and small insects she's scared of bigger ones

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  24. Flower and lady bugs and small insects she's scared of bigger ones

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  25. we have tiny red spiders on our hedge -I think they would be great to look at (Kim Styles)

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  26. My daughter would probably use this to inspect all things nature, we go out on walks a lot so it would get used for leaves, grass, insects etc.x

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  27. nails and hair for my budding forensic

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  28. I think my children would like to look at bugs and patterns.

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  29. My daughter will look at bugs and leaves. She is so keen in designs in nature

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  30. most likely anything and everything but mainly the bugs in the garden xx

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  31. My son will look at various things, he's into science and anything that can go under the scope will be examined , it will also be useful for me as I'm visually impaired :)

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  32. My granddaughter would definitely use it for looking at bugs of all kinds- has an inate fascination for them like most youngsters.

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  33. my son would look at small stones and rocks trying to find fossils!

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  34. Bugs my daughter is obsessed x

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  35. MY DAUGHTER IS FASCINATED BY BUGS SO SHE WOULD LOOK AT THOSE

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  36. Probably stuff he found in the garden!

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  37. Grass and leaves. Fascinating to him x

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  38. I remember looking at onion membrane in school, I'm sure they would be as fascinated as I was.

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Thank you so much for your lovely comments, whilst I may not be able to reply to every one, I do read and appreciate each of them. Feel free to email me too if you would like to! xxx