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Recommended for ages 6 to adult


The Waypoint Geographic GeoClassic World Globe is a fantastic small globe for displaying on a desktop or shelf in any room of the home, office or classroom. The clear map design makes this globe easy to read even with close to 1,000 points of interest and named locations. The up-to-date cartography makes this product both a great learning and reference tool.

Waypoint Geographic is also known for it's inclusion of ocean floor topography, which is another feature not found on many globes. All efforts have been made to include this information, even with the smaller size.

The weighted base makes it easy to rotate the globe without tipping over! Another feature is the maps are made in the USA and are current, edited by local cartographers for accuracy and reflect current changes in the world. Take this globe for a spin and learn more about the world we live in!


  • 6-inch Blue Ocean GeoClassic World Globe with up-to-date cartography.
  • Durable acrylic globe and base. Base is weighted so the globe can be rotated easily without tipping over.
  • Globe contains approximately 1,000 named places and points of interest, including continents, countries, country capitals and US states, identified and delineated by lines.
  • Maps are made in the USA.
  • Makes a perfect reference or decoration in any home, office or classroom.
  • Studying maps and geography teaches children critical thinking and abstract thinking skills, problem solving skills and reasoning skills.
  • Globe measures 6 x 7 x 9 inches (LxWxH).
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