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Microscope for kids. Experiment kit included. For studying samples in transmitted light. Magnification: 300–1200х

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Bresser National Geographic 300–1200x Microscope is a great instrument for an immediate start in studying the mysterious micro world. With this microscope young scientists will take their first steps in science. The kit contains everything you might need: ready-to-use microscope slides, tools for preparing your own samples, empty vials, instruments for work with the microscope, a user guide with useful information about the microscope’s construction, and description of interesting experiments you can conduct with this instrument.

The microscope features a monocular head and a revolving nosepiece with three objectives that provide three fixed magnifications: 300x, 600x, and 1200x. The device is equipped with built-in lower illumination that allows for observations of transparent microscope samples in transmitted light. For example, you can observe microorganisms in a drop of aquarium water or study the cellular structure of an onion peel. The illuminator is rotatable – one side has a mirror (used in sufficient daytime lighting), and the other side has a light diode.


  • Built-in illumination
  • Magnification up to 1200x
  • For observations in transmitted light
  • Many useful accessories included

The kit includes:

  • Bresser National Geographic 300–1200x Microscope
  • Objectives with three fixed magnifications: 300х, 600х и 1200х
  • Instruments: forceps, dropper, spatula, dissecting knife and needle
  • 8 blank slides and 8 cover slips
  • 5 flasks of 3 types
  • 3 ready-to-use specimens
  • 2 AA batteries
  • 1 extra bulb
  • User manual
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