Friday, April 9, 2010

Science & Nature Toys coming to stores on our shores

Summer is rapidly approaching and we are working hard to have everything ready for when our British Invasion of Science & Nature Toys arrive. New toys, and a new website are both scheduled to be ready this June.

Speaking of new toys, here's a sneak peek of just a few...

Pocket Monocular

Eye spy anything with this handheld monocular from the Natural History Museum. High magnification is guaranteed with this spherical lens that’s perfect for theatre, stadium, sports and other long distance viewing. Each pocket monocular comes with a cleaning cloth and wrist strap.

Pocket Microscope

Whiz kids never know when they need to get a closer look at something that catches their attention. Now they can view objects in incredible detail with a brightness and clarity that amazes scientists! From the Natural History Museum, this pocket-size microscope can magnify items a stunning 40 times and comes with slides and a lens cleaning cloth, plus a very affordable price tag.

Lunar Projecting Alarm Clock

Create your own moon landing on the bedroom ceiling with this whimsical telescope that illuminates a moon on any surface. From the Natural History Museum, this lunar projecting clock is programmed to ensure that the projected moon is always in sync with the phases of the actual moon! Keep the moon in focus with a turn of the wheel. The telescope includes an LCD clock, alarm buzzer, projector and tripod.

Metal-Ink Keyfob

Kids can do their homework in metal with this incredible “metal ink” keyfob pen. From the UK Science Museum, this pen has no ink. It writes by leaving behind tiny amounts of metal alloy on paper. Fits nicely in a pocket, pocketbook or wallet in case a back-up pen is needed. Full instructions are included to answer, “how’d they do that?”

Pretty Neat! Want to see more? Check out our preliminary product announcement page where you can view our video and download a catalog.

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