EyeClops Bionic Eye Toy


Eye Clops Bionic Eye TV Microscope

The Eye Clops Bionic Eye, a Toy of the Year nominee in 2007, adds an exciting new dimension to science toys for kids. The Eye Clops plugs in to your TV, so kids can view everyday objects magnified 100, 200, or 400 times on a TV screen. The Eye Clops TV microscope is a handheld microscope with a fun eyeball shape and a wire to plug in to a TV's video jack to share the microscopic view with friends and family in a larger-than-life format.

Eye Clops Bionic Eye Is a Fun Educational Toy

Using the EyeClops Bionic Eye for the exciting view of everyday objects magnified on the TV by the Eye Clops Bionic Eye is addictive, and you'll soon find that the whole family is looking for more items to magnify. See close-up views of bugs, the family pet's fur, coins and dollar bills, plants, your own skin, and anything and everything else your child's imagination can think of.


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The Eye Clops Bionic Eye is a Perfect Christmas Gift

The Jakks EyeClops Bionic Eye toy is a great gift for boys and girls age 6 and up. Kids who already love science will love being able to explore their world more closely, and other kids may discover a love of science for the first time.

Eye Clops Bionic Eye Toy Details & Features

The EyeClops Bionic Eye is easy to use, with an I.R.I.S. lens attachment with a simple focusing guage. The Eye Clops operates on five AA batteries installed in the "Brain Case." The

handheld microscope toy comes with a viewing dish and tube for holding liquids, bug, and other hard-to-handle items for easy magnification with the EyeClops Bionic Eye.

The EyeClops Bionic Eye includes these great features:

Any child can benefit and enjoy a microscope to get a closer look at the things around them, but the EyeClop microscope adds the exceptional feature of being able to see the magnified objects in full color on a TV screen instead of squinting into a traditional microscope. The TV-plug-in feature of the Eye Clops makes using a microscope accessible to even children as young as 6 and adds the fun of letting a whole group view the magnification together at once on the television screen.