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7-Function Binoculars & Bug-Eye Headlight

Dec 09, 2010

These 7-Function Binoculars from Coghlan’s are perfect for kids who love to look and learn! The Bug-Eye Headlight is perfect for exploring in the dark and shedding some new light on science!

7-Function Binoculars

No matter the season, it’s always fun to get outdoors and explore! Check out Mother Nature like you’ve never seen her before with these 7-Function Binoculars from Coghlan’s! They’re made especially for kids, and they can be used in seven different fun ways to help you look at and learn about your surroundings! This cool tool can be used as:

  • Binoculars
  • Monocular
  • Compass
  • Signal mirror
  • Magnifying glass
  • Stereoscope
  • Linen counter

Bug-Eye Headlight

If you're fascinated by every insect, plant and piece of nature you see, the kids' Bug-Eye Headlight from Coghlan’s is your new best exploring friend! The headlight is light and bright - the LED light never needs replacing! It also has a comfy elastic strap and fun color combo. Cool!

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