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Monday, November 6, 2017

WOW Microscope Giveaway

STEM toys seem to be popular this holiday season. Check out this microscope you can win. Open to US residents only through 11/19. Good luck.
Enter the WOW Microscope Giveaway. Ends 11/19

Powered by Mom's WOW Microscope Giveaway

Ends 11/19 US ONLY


Sponsored by: My First Lab Hosted by: Powered by Mom
The My First Lab Microscope is a Powered by Mom 2017 Holiday Gift Guide Pick. Stop by our Gift Guide to see some other fabulous gift ideas.

Read Emily’s Review on the WOW Scope, Duo Scope starter kit, and Smartphone Inspector HERE
About the WOW Scope The WOW Scope is made by My First Lab who specializes in making scientific equipment for children. My First Lab's focus is on top quality while keeping prices low. The WOW Scope is one of their most popular microscopes. It magnifies up to 50x with lights above and below to view 3D objects and traditional slides.   Features:
  • View slide AND 3D objects
  • Magnifies up to 50x
  • Adjustable binocular optical viewing system
  • Battery powered bright LED lighting
The WOW Scope comes with one slide with 2 specimens and 1 card with three 3D objects and a carrying case. You have two sets of eyepieces with 10x and 25x magnification. The two bright LED lights throw every detail into clear view. Now don’t forget we have a ton of other fabulous giveaways going on right now just look on the right-hand side of our page to see all the giveaways. Now for the really fun part. One lucky winner will receive a WOW Scope, the My First Lab Microscope. Enter on the Giveaway Tools Below.
Remember to come back for the daily entries.
Giveaway Ends 11/19
Open to US residents 18 years and older
 

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5 comments:

  1. My kids would probably look at many things, insects and more.

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  2. Probably plant cells on leaves and such greenery.

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  3. insects, I love closeups of insects, all of their details.

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  4. A drop of blood would be very interesting. Rae Nelson.

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