Spider Eye Description

The Spider Eye Microscope is 4 legged (spider-like) portable field microscope and magnifying glass, that is designed to quickly and easily zoom in on bugs, fossils, seeds, rocks or anything worth a closer look with up to 10 x magnification! 

The four legs clip into the retracted base to allow a compact pocket-carrying design. It comes with an action carry cord over a meter long. It is also suitable as a small desktop microscope.

A wonderful addition for the adventurer or discoverer!

Spider Eye Features:

  • Spider Eye stands 11.7cm extending to 17cm
  • Slide focus mechanism up to 10 x magnification
  • It comes in various colours; Green, Yellow & Red - randomly selected
  • Suitable for ages 5 and up

Perfectly designed to quickly and easily observe up close all the wonders around us.

Also available in the Nature Lovers Starter Pack.

Shipping & Delivery

Pop your order in before 12 Noon Mon - Fri and if everything is in stock we’ll dispatch it that day guaranteed for you. This excludes public holidays of course.

You have two options to get your entire order shipped, standard delivery for $10 or our express service for $15 (excludes bulky items as labelled)

All your selections are sent with full tracking so you keep an watch on them as they progress to your delivery address. You can easily check the progress of your entire order by clicking on the tracking link in your dispatch email.

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Spider Eye Specifications

SKU 8045
Barcode # 8006944804515
Brand Navir
Shipping Weight 0.0700kg
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