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Discovery Lens Kit

This item has been discontinued.

Description

Allow your students to explore with their own unique hand lens called the Discovery Lens. This small tube contains a lens that magnifies seeds, organisms, or any other small samples that students want to examine more closely. The tube includes a handy elastic string, allowing students to wear the lens around the neck for safekeeping, and comes with a lid so students don't lose their "sample." Portable for the field but convenient to use in the classroom, too! Kit contains enough materials to construct 10 Discovery Lenses.

Specifications

What’s Included:
  • 10 Discovery Lens Tube
  • 10 Discovery Lens Tube Lid
  • 10 Elastic Tube Holder
  • 10 O-Ring, Rubber
  • 10 Lens, 1”, Double Convex
  • 1 Discovery Lens Instruction Sheet
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