National Geographic Planetarium half price now £12.49 @ Argos (Free binoculars via a leaflet) - HotUKDeals
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The National Geographic Planetarium is a globe of the night sky that projects the stars onto a wall or ceiling to help children recognise stars and constellations. Children can also listen to facts about the stars, learn about the ancient Greek and Roman legends and use the pointer to identify the stars.

With the Planetarium is the Cyber-Sky CD-ROM for a PC which has a fun, educational astronomy program packed with information about the night sky.

National Geographic Planetarium & Pointer features:

One National Geographic Planetarium
Projects the sky onto a wall or ceiling
Light stand and motor
Globe rotates the stars
Light pointer
On/Off talking function
On/Off light switch
Includes CD-ROM about the stars
Instruction manual and Zodiac information
Planetarium size: H 16cm x W 30cm
Suitable from 8 years
Requires 6 x AA batteries (not included)


Free binoculars via a leaflet when you buy this National Geographic item. Leaflet will be posted once your order has been confirmed, it will not show in your trolley. Please note postage and packaging costs of £2.50. Offer ends 22nd January 2010

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#2
Please read the reviews on Amazon before buying this, I was going to buy it for my kids until I read the reviews. Basically 1 -2 stars out of 5 from at least 20 different people!!! Put me off anyway. Good discount but sounds like a really bad product.
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Or read the reviews on argos where it gets 4 out of 5 stars

"great fun way to educate children about the planets"
"My 6 year old son loved it, it's replaced his night light and it's really effective. Would recommend it."

"Brilliant idea, bought for 12 year olds birthday as he is currently into all things National Geographic.

Easy enough to use, although he would have preferred it to be able to just have the lights on without rotating (not possible)"

"this planetarium was for my granson age seven he is well into hes stars now that he done a talk at hes school and he said this is a great prezzy"

"This products works very well in a dark room, best distance being about 6-8ft from the ceiling/walls. A childs bedroom is ideal.

My son is already learning the constellations and key stars, vital to learn your way round the stars to find the more exotic things you can see in small telecopes and binoculars (and even bigger scopes!)."
#4
Good deal, Bought ours from Sainsburys for £20 but was part of a 3 for 2 deal
#5
Will buy one for my kid cousin.
#6
was in Sainsburys for £5 a few days ago..

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