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Recommended for ages 3 to 12 years


It is not easy for toddlers and preschoolers to close just one eye or focus well enough to look through ordinary binoculars. Now you can get Kidnoculars®, the only binoculars designed especially for little kids! Designed by a science teacher and mom, the new GeoSafari® Jr. Kidnoculars are great for the youngest backyard explorers. Kidnoculars feature enlarged focus-free eyepieces—more than three times the size of regular binoculars. The GeoSafari Jr. Kidnoculars come with kids-sized goggles with placement guide which enable kids (even toddlers) to see up close! This unique set of kids' binoculars features 2x magnification to see nature closer and an easy-carry breakaway neckstrap.


  • Focus-free binoculars designed specifically for little kids.
  • Perfect for studying plants and animals or taking to the ball game or concert.
  • Kid-sized binoculars feature large comfy eyepieces—more than 3 times the size of ordinary eyepieces—with perfect-fit goggles and placement guide.
  • Includes binoculars—with easy-placement goggles and 2x magnification—and breakaway neck strap.
  • Supports STEM learning through scientific exploration and hands-on experience with a key scientific tool.
  • Built kid tough with rubberized "drop points" and designed to last for years.
  • No batteries required.
  • Develops skills in exploration, observation skills, science, nature and concentration.
  • Best-seller and winner of Parents' Choice® Recommended Award Winner and Today’s Parents Magazine's The Ultimate Toy Guide.
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