This is not to everyones tastes, but an absolute bargain.
For more information have a look at http://the-gadgeteer.com/2006/08/24/sega_toys_homestar_planetarium/
It may say Tchibo on the box but inside it is the original Sega Homestar, confirmed by Sega on the three star field disc's.
It looks like this model has now been replaced by the improved and more expensive Pro (+£200) and Extra (+ £350) models.
This looks like a nationwide clearence as there was a big poster in the window and it was limited to three per customer. Cashier told me this was the second price reduction and they originally sold for £50+.
The Uncle Milton Homestar retails for around $150 in the States, with an RRP of $215, and only contains two star field disc's. This includes a third Southern Hemisphere disc for any homesick Aussies.
The box reads:-
Projects constellations with up to 10,000 stars onto walls or ceilings.
Simulates the rotation of the earth.
Shooting star fuction.
Sleep timer: switches off automatically.
Distance from wall or ceiling max 98.5"/250cm.
Can be battery operated.
Incl. batteries, mains adaptor and instructions for use.
I will add that it comes with a three year guarantee, but does not come with an additional CD as found with the Uncle Milton Homestar.