Discovery 100x Microscope

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Discovery 100x Microscope

Take a closer look at the world with this classic design functioning 36 piece Discovery Channel microscope set by Trends UK.

With 3 levels of magnification 25x, 50x and 100x settings you can really get up close and discover more than the naked eye with this Discovery 100x Microscope.

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What’s in the box?

Microscope, stirring rod, tweezers, spare bulb, 3 prepared slides (fern root, wool and ), 8 blank slides, 2 vials, magnifying glass, pipette, slide covers, labels and manual.

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This STEM microscope also features an Electric Illuminator. The microscope is fantastic quality and it just like the real thing but at a cheaper cost!

Your budding scientist or biologist will love this wrapped up under the tree this Christmas. You never know what this could inspire in the future whilst they explore.

You can also use this Discover 100x Microscope with tiny plants, animals, Any objects that can be seen more easily when magnified.

The Discovery Channel 100x Microscope is suited best for ages 8 years and over and can be bought on Amazon.

Interesting Facts

Did you know that the smallest object currently visible under an optical microscope is 50 nanometres long, or 50 millionths of a millimetre!

When microscopes were first invented they were given the name ‘flea glasses’, This is due to the fact scientists used them to study minuscule insects.

This is some pretty amazing fact for sure that I didn’t know!

What will you discover in your microscope?

The Discovery 100x Microscope would make the perfect gift for any budding scientist out there. Maybe just for the fun of learning more about the small things in life.

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4 Thoughts to “Discovery 100x Microscope”

  1. Margaret Gallagher

    Had something similar when I was young – great way to learn and have fun

  2. LeAnn Harbert

    M granddaughter would love this. She always loves learning anything concerning STEM.

  3. Sharon Freemantle

    I always wanted a microscope as a child sadly it was way out of my parents price range.

    Well I didn’t know that. Your never to old to learn something new.

  4. Susan B

    I am pleased to read about this excellent microscope as I have looked at one or two previously and found their magnification level to be poor.

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