Celestron Microscope Kit
The entry-level Celestron Microscope Kit with magnification from 40x to 600x is the perfect tool for the budding scientist. At high power, it’s ideally suited for examining specimen slides of yeasts and molds, cultures, plant and animal parts, fibers, bacteria, and more. Use the lower magnifications to examine objects like coins, rocks, insects, and more. Start out by using the provided specimen slides, and then create some of your own!
Your Microscope Kit is ready to use right out of the box with these included accessories:
- 3 prepared slides
- 2 blank slides
- 1 well slide
- Specimens: leaf, cloth, woven cloth, and quartz chip
- Light diffuser
- Needle probe
- Eye dropper
|Objective Nosepiece||Triple with click stop|
|Objective Lens Diameter||3 - 4x, 15x, 30x|
|Eyepiece 1 Magnification||Zoom 10x-20x|
|Illumination||Top - pen light style (uses 2 AAA batteries), bottom - bulb (uses 2 AA batteries)|
|Stage||Plain stage with metal clips - 74mm x 70mm (2.91" x 2.75")|
|Dimensions||133mm x 79mm x 248mm (5.25" x 3.13" x 9.75")|
|Age Range||14 and older|
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