Fisher-Price Kid-Tough Binoculars

  • Explore the world with your very own set of kid tough binoculars
  • Manual interocular adjusting makes it easier for kids to see
  • Rubberized eye pieces and lens covers are comfortable and convenient
  • See far distances with a built-in manual focus
  • Neck strap allows kids to take their favorite binoculars wherever they go

Tough enough for little explorers, with 2.4x magnification and rubberized lens guard bumpers. Soft eye-pieces, adjustable eye-piece spacing, breakaway neck strap and textured hand grips and focus knob make these binoculars safe, easy and fun for k

List Price: $ 14.99

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29 of 29 people found the following review helpful:
5.0 out of 5 stars
From Maryland to Montana, August 24, 2010
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My husband and I invested in the best binoculars we could afford. Our two-year-old grandson always wanted to play with them, but he is not ready to take care of them. I bought the toy binoculars so he would have a pair to take on a family trip to Montana. I gave them to him before we left home, in Maryland. He put them on, and announced that he could see Montana. He loved them so much, he took them to bed.

The binoculars look and feel like real ones. They enlarge an image 250%. They have a textured grip, and best of all, a break-away strap to prevent choking. This pair has been dropped, banged against hard surfaces, and worn in the bath tub. For eleven days, they have been subject to intense use and they have survived. A pretty-smart little boy thought they were so special, he didn’t even ask for the real ones.

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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful:
5.0 out of 5 stars
Durable, good for smaller kids, February 19, 2010
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I see that the age range on these is 36 months to 8 years. I think an older kid (older than 7) might be disappointed with these, but my 36-month-old is in love with them. I got them for her after she played (a LOT) with a real pair, and seemed to enjoy trying to find things with them outside.

They’re a solid pair of preschool binoculars. We have a kid-tough camera too, and it’s also pretty indestructible. This is not going to be the best pair of binoculars that you ever get your kid, but they do work, and they’re adjustable-width, adjustable-focus. Only one color combination (unlike the camera, which seems to come in boy or girl colors), but that wasn’t a concern for us. They serve their purpose well.

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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful:
5.0 out of 5 stars
Adventures with binoculars, June 12, 2010
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These were a big hit for my 4 yr old grandson. We go on adventure walks through the neighborhood, and he usually wants to bring them, to check out things he can’t otherwise see, He even enjoys looking through the “wrong” end for a different perspective of the world. Great way to look for bugs or birds hiding in trees, or to see leaves up close on tall trees.

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