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Thumbs Up Astro Eye Planetarium


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  • Astro
  • Eye
  • Planetarium
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  • Product Dimensions: 24.2 x 24.2 x 24.2 cm ; 540 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 989 g
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  • Item model number: ASTEYEPLANET
  • ASIN: B003SD29IC
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 1 Jun 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 184,660 in Kitchen & Home (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Home)
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Gadget - Astro Eye Planetarium Constellation Projector - Thumbs Up!
Gaze at the stars and without leaving the comfort of your home with the Astro Eye Planetarium. This Astro Eye Planetarium projects constellations onto your ceiling and is ideal for amateur astronomers or children interested in space. As well as being informative and educational, this Astro Eye Planetarium is the perfect way to nod off thanks to the sleep mode (30 or 60 minutes).
For ages 5+

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46 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 23 Nov 2010
The Astro Eye Planetarium is one of a number of items on the market that claim to create a planetarium effect on your ceiling. This version was thoroughly disappointing. The build quality is cheap and flimsy, although the base design does provide stability to the projector, but the projector effect is where the greatest disappointment lies. We projected it onto our living room ceiling, which is not a huge space, and the effect was nothing like either a planetarium or starry sky - it projected a limited oval of white spots that are simply blobs. Had I known this was the effect when I bought the item, I wouldn't have done so. There are other products out there that create a much better effect.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By paul on 8 Nov 2011
build quality rubbish , doesn`t cover
the whole ceiling , looks more like dots on the ceiling rather than stars , this was brought as a christmas present for my baby , sent it back straight away wouldn`t even pay a tenner for this item . :(
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By S D ORR on 7 July 2014
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Granddaughter star gazing every-night
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I was looking for a good while at laser star projectors for my bedroom. this one in particular looked promising.
Pross:
1. it isn't too bad but it could be better for the price.
2. it doesn't look out of place and people tend to be interested in it when they see it.
3. if in a small room, its VERY dark (drawn blinds won't do it) i'm talking night time with not eben the television on, it will look fine.

Cons:
1. it feels VERY cheap
2. the 'disc drive' is difficult to shut
3. it runs on batteries
4. you have to focus the projection every time you move it.
5. the field of view that you get from it is very small, about 2 meters across in an oval shape
6. the further down on the floor you put it the more you have to focus it (obviously) but my point is, once you've done that they become blury anyways.

if this thing was £20ish i'd be happy.
but the RRP seems to be around £40-55 it seems to keep changing.

If you want to purchase a star projector and youdon't want to spend the money on it then buy the star masters for like £6 - £12 just to give your room a buss when your chilling out or whatever,

if you're like me and for some reason you're really into getting your room looking awesome when you're relazing or working or whatever then fork out the extra and be happy.

There you go guys, i hope this was useful.

not a bad product but there are better out there

:D
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13 of 18 people found the following review helpful By giantgenesis on 28 Dec 2011
Having wanted a home planetarium for several years, but struggled to justify the cost of the more expensive imported Sega items and been continually disappointed by the quality of entry level offerings, I was pleased to stumble across a product at a reasonable price from a company with a history in optics.

The planetarium is actually manufactured by Meade and sold under license by several other brands.

It comes with two discs, one with marked constellations, the other a more generic star field.

The product itself is well made and sturdy, whilst sold as a Junior item, it does not look out of place in my bedroom, projecting the night sky onto the ceiling as I drift off to sleep.

Even with the motor running in rotate mode, it is near silent.

Highly recommended, perfectly complemented by Brian Eno's Apollo album.
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