Celestron 28 piece Microscope Kit
Conduct dozens of your own experiments with the 28 Piece Microscope Kit from Celestron. Includes a metal bodied microscope with 3 objective lenses (100x, 600x, and 1200x). Examine the 5 prepared slides or create your own using the 7 blank slides and cover slips. Also includes fun accessories like a 2x magnifying glass, plastic scalpel, and more.
- Beginner set with metal bodied biological microscope
- Blow molded, rugged carry case for portability and protection
- 3 objective lenses for high power viewing - 100x, 600x, and 1200x
- 7 blank slides, 5 prepared specimen slides, and 7 slide cover slips and labels
- Multiple lab accessories to get you experimenting right away:
- Plastic scalpel
- 2x magnifier
- Sea salt samples
Dimensions: 234mm x 133.2mm x 85.5mm (9.2" x 5.2" x 3.4")
Weight: 13 oz (368 g)
Objectives: 10, 60x, 120x
Focuser: Course Focus
Illuminator: Bottom Illuminator- mirror or Incandescent Bulb
Nosepiece: 3 positions with clip stop
Stage: Plain Stage with metal Clips 66mm x 73mm x 6.35mm (2.6" x 2.8" x .25")
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