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Rainbow Diffraction Glasses x 2prs


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  • Superb for teaching about light and colour.
  • Excellent for Party Bags.
  • Designed to fit children and loved by parents and teachers alike.
  • The Rainbow at the end of the Light.
  • Adults should buy our Rave Spectrum variant - same lens with bigger frame.
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Rainbow Diffraction Glasses x 2prs + Physics Teaching Precision Optical Glass Prism + A4 Cellophane Clear Film  Sheets - 48pk
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ASINB001T1T4VK
Best Sellers Rank 9,977 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight9 g
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Date First Available13 Feb. 2009
  
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Great for party bags, electro-magnetic spectrum investigations or to spice up a science lesson the diffraction grating in these cool glasses creates the rainbow spectrum of colours. Look at any artificial light source of light such as a bulb, torch, candle, led or street lamp (preferably when the ambient light is low) and prepare to smile at the effect. Take them to a firework display and you will never watch a display without them.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By H. M. MacDougall on 25 Jan. 2014
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My 20 month old unpacked these from his Christmas stocking and looked at the tree. His jaw dropped and he was very silent for a few minutes. Highly recommended for all stressed parents needing a moment's peace.

However, his daddy, the seasoned mad inventor, also had a lot of fun with them. Try looking at different light sources and see if you can get a jaw-dropping effect too.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Luke Stoney on 5 Jan. 2014
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They are lovely for photography and playing with! Makes everything look so good! Quick delivery, top quality and cheap too! Great stuff! Thanks!
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Perfect for my 8- and 13-year-old kids.
For the 8-year-old: look at any fluorescent bulb and see the colours that really make them white.
For the 13-year-old: use a laser pointer to project a 2D diffraction pattern onto a wall.

Included inside the glasses are some facts about Isaac Newton and a prominent and very sensible warning not to look at the sun. That's a lot of science for two quid!
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These glasses really work, and give an impressive display when looking at white light, or ar lights which contain several distinct wavelengths. What they do to a laser beam is particularly impressive. Buyers should note that the diffraction grid is two-dimensional, not one-dimensional like standard diffraction gratings.
Excellent vaule for the money.
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By Brownbill on 28 Oct. 2014
I bought these for my three and four year olds and they love them. We've used them a few times to look at different lights and we plan to use them for bonfire night. They really enjoy seeing the rainbows that appear around lights when they wear them. Excellent purchase and no problems with delivery.
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Arrived very quickly. No, they won't last for ever but what a great stocking present for kids. My grandson will love them.
So much so that I think I better order some more so sisters, mum and dad can join in the fun.
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These glasses were a "Stocking Filler" at Christmas and they went down a storm with my children. They are cheap, made of cardboard and turn any source of light into shimmering rainbows. What's not to like.
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I was amazed at how quick the items arrived, the glasses themselves work great in front of lots of different light sources. Very good price, i recommend these :)
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