Geosafari Kidnoculars review

By Lottie age 7

I was sent a pair of Learning Resources Geosafari Kidnoculars to review. Very quickly Sam decided he absolutely loved these and I haven’t had very much chance to use them since!

The Geosafari Kidnoculars are really good. As well as being a pair of binoculars they also have ear pieces that amplify sounds so you really feel like you are close to nature.

Kidnoculars give you 3 x magnification so you can spot things really well. We like that they are bright coloured and that you can wear them around your neck when you are out on an adventure. My Mum says they are very well made (Sam has dropped them a couple of times and they have been fine) and that the strap for around your neck is a safety strap so we can’t hurt ourselves.

You can change the volume of the sounds if you want to hear them a little bit better or if you don’t want it to be too loud.

Sam has absolutely loved these Geosafari Kidnoculars, he has taken them everywhere; in the garden, on nature walks and even to France when we went away for the weekend- he liked using them to look at the birds at the seaside and the boats at the port. He has also taken them to show and tell at nursery and all his friends loved having a turn with them.

Sam said- “Lottie, can you tell everyone I LOVE my Kidnoculars”

The Geosafari Kidnoculars are aimed for children age 5 to 9 and I think that is perfect. We both really loved these and even Luke wanted a turn. I think these will be a brilliant toy for the Summer holidays, we will be taking them with us on lots of days out and adventures.

Thanks to Learning Resources we have a pair of Geosafari Kidnoculars to give away to one lucky winner.

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Disclaimer: We were lucky enough to be gifted a pair of Geosafari Kidnoculars to review but all thoughts and opinions are our own.

 

 

15 thoughts on “Geosafari Kidnoculars review

  1. David says:

    Hello! If I was lucky enough to win then I would give these Kidnoculars to a local charity that helps families in need as I’m sure that little ones there would have a lot of fun with them. As It is near the coast then they could use it in the rockpools at the beach.

  2. Linda Ford says:

    I would take my nephews to Bidston Hill, it’s a woods with a windmill, they could search for mini beasts!

  3. Anthony Harrington says:

    My little Grandson would use these on our nature trails in the country, would make identifying the birds a lot easier

  4. Alison Johnson says:

    Mostly my Granddaughter would use them in our back garden as we have lots of flowers & attract a lot of bugs! But also when we go to the local country park & when she goes on her summer holidays.

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