My First Lab Microscope Giveaway

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Ends 11/19  US ONLY

The WOW Scope is a lightweight microscope with two lights for viewing 3D objects and traditional slides. It has everything you need to start exploring your world up close! Great for the little explorers in your life.

Sponsored by: My First Lab  Hosted by: Powered by Mom

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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.

WOW Microscope

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.

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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.

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Giveaway Ends 11/19

Open to US residents 18 years and older

 

Comments

  1. Jerry Marquardt says:

    There is always something outside to look at through the microscope, maybe a leaf.

  2. Christian Alejandro says:

    I like to try veiny leaves and random objects like paper and pet hairs.

  3. vivian blevins says:

    fingerprints.

  4. Ink spots. Dirt and bugs is what my kids are telling me.

  5. I want to look at dog hair, versus people hair, versus horse hair… etc 😀

  6. Philip Lawrence says:

    I want to look at a mosquito under the microscope.

  7. Seyma Shabbir says:

    My 2 sons would love to look at bugs, liquids, and hair.

  8. My daughter want to look at spiders.

  9. LYN WILLIAMS says:

    Planet and leaves are items that I would love to look at under the microscope with the kids.

  10. I bet my grand kids would be sticking bugs in it to look at. LOL

  11. Anita Jude says:

    They would look at bugs and worms

  12. Richard Hicks says:

    Would look at all sorts of things from dirt, hair, dust etc

  13. My son said he wants to look at a worm first! 🙂

  14. We’d look at everything under the microscope! Hair, spit, leaves…anything we can get our hands on 🙂

  15. Kayla Klontz says:

    Anything from nature, it would be so neat and fun to do with my son.

  16. Our pond water! There are all sorts of “critters” in it…amoebas, paramecium, etc…. Thanks and God Bless! ILuvTheEucharist @ aol dot com

  17. Patricia Green says:

    I’d like to look at anything! So cool. Plants and flowers would be interesting though.

  18. joanne major says:

    I asked my granddaughter she said the dogs fur,bugs and blood

  19. My kids want to look at blood and my hair :-/ Eh, I’m okay with that LOL

  20. Kathy Pease says:

    I would probably look at leaves and flowers

  21. I would look at insec ts

  22. Allen Gibson says:

    Pretty much want to look at everything.

  23. leaves and other things in nature.

  24. kim brooks says:

    i would honestly love to look at everything from skin to hair to nature

  25. Michelle H. says:

    I want to look at plants.

  26. Linda Madden says:

    I would like to look at bugs, leaves etc. Anything nature .

  27. anything, fruit peels, rocks, bugs lol

  28. Eileen Richter says:

    We live by our daughter and two kids by a marsh. I’d love to have the two little girls be able to see the lake water “inhabitants” that live around them.

  29. I would like to examine a droplet of water from our pond with this microscope.

  30. Jessica Miranda says:

    Blood, hair, butterfly wings, finger nails , ants , spiders…spit haha

  31. jennifer dansberger jones says:

    butterfly wings and other bugs we find already dead.

  32. Amber Hites says:

    Anything and everything in nature

  33. Patricia Hoffmeister says:

    I like the idea that a slide and solid card are included and that it has easy to follow instructions.

  34. Patricia Hoffmeister says:

    3 of my granddaughters would have so much fun with this. They’d probably look at bugs, leaves, food, everything. What wouldn’t they look at.

  35. I would look at bugs

  36. I would love to look at rocks & everything really.

  37. Marcy Lautanen-Raleigh says:

    I want to look at leaves and flowers

  38. BARBARA SCOTT says:

    I WANT TO LOOK AT PLANTS AND BUGS

  39. susan smoaks says:

    i want to look at my hair and compare it to my husband and kids.

  40. Katherine S says:

    My son would want to look at bugs or leaves.

  41. I remember in school we would look at tree bark and leaves. I think the kids would think that’s pretty cool to look at stuff like that.

  42. Bugs.

  43. I would give it to my nephew, so whatever he wanted to look at I would look at with him

  44. Monique Rizzo says:

    The rings of a tree.

  45. I want to look at a strand of hair.

  46. I want to look at our tap water under the microscope.

  47. Jessica Williams says:

    My step daughter has an obsession with different rocks! She would definitely use this to get a closer look!

  48. Darlene Carbajal says:

    I would love to look at my hair lol.

  49. I think my grandkids would love to look at bugs.

  50. I think it would be fun to look at insects under the microscope.

  51. We might start with the slides supplied, then some flower petals, dirt, rocks, sugar … who knows!

  52. Dawn Zavacki says:

    Whatever magic my girls want to find and learn about. Start with fingerprints as we are working on detective badge for Girl Scouts. They would be interested in the composition of dirt even.

  53. Katie Smith says:

    Hair would be cool to look at!

  54. Peggy Rydzewski says:

    Blood, skin, hair… grass..

  55. I would like to look at some of the foliage from my backyard and some water from the puddles.

  56. LeAnn Harbert says:

    My granddaughters would look at bugs

  57. Megan Cromes says:

    i wanna look at my hands

  58. My kids would love to look at bugs and leaves under the microscope! They would have so much fun with this. 🙂

  59. Crystal Warnick says:

    I home school my boys and this would be so awesome to have to look at leafs and different things for their science class!

  60. John Smith says:

    “What do you want to look at under the microscope?” Stones!

  61. We would look at leaves, hair, prints.

  62. I learned that they are a family owed company

  63. Jeanna Massman says:

    My grandson would love to look at leaves and bugs and other things he finds outdoors.

  64. I’d love to see a strand of hair under a microscope. I think my daughter would prefer flowers and crayon shavings 🙂

  65. Debra Holloway says:

    I would love to look at everything possible, I loved this stuff in biology

  66. Anita Duvall says:

    I would love to look at a drop of our tap water. This would be interesting.

  67. Jessica Justice says:

    All kinds of things! Water, grass, hair, bugs, leaves, flowers, anything we can think of. I have been wanting a microscope for awhile but more so now that I homeschool my son.

  68. Amanda Alvarado says:

    I think my daughter would have fun looking at insects and flowers! I’d like to look at things like pollen and parts of a flower.

  69. I would love to look at leaves and insects

  70. EVA BIGGS says:

    fingerprint

  71. Dorothy Boucher says:

    Plant leaves I wouldn’t mind looking at and water.
    @tisonlyme143

  72. monique s says:

    I want to look at flowers and leaves

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