Monday, 17 December 2018

Win Discovery Pocket Microscope and Binoculars

Explore the great outdoors with the Discovery Range from Trends UK. Go for a walk with your friends and family to see if you can see where the animals are nestling! Investigate the secret life of small and large animals, hiding under stones, between leaves or buzzing through the air? Or maybe spot a bird’s nest up high! Found an interesting plant – see what it looks like up close with the illuminated microscope.
With the Discovery Binoculars and Pocket Microscope young adventurers can investigate the great outdoors.

The Discovery toy range from Trends UK range consists of different science toys which encourages exploration and adventure. Offering real working features and educational benefits, they also support the STEM curriculum.



Discovery Pocket Microscope
  • Take a closer look at the world with this hand held pocket microscope.
  • Zoom magnification and focusing controls. 40 x hand held field microscope.
  • LED illumination (button cell battery included). 
  • Comes with 2 x blank slides, 2 x static covers, 1 x cleaning cloth. 
  • Easy to take along on adventures and study items on the go.
  • This product is a STEM product
  • This can be bought from Amazon for £9.99


Discovery Binoculars & Case
  • Light & Portable child-friendly binoculars.
  • When you pick up a pair of binoculars, it's like looking through two telescopes at the same time! 
  • They are easier on the eyes than a telescope as there is less eye strain when viewing objects and scenes. 
  • Focusing is achieved by moving the central wheel on the bridge between the two eyepiece tubes. 
  • This can be bought from Amazon for £9.99.


How would you like to win both the Discovery Binoculars and the Pocket Microscope?

Enter below on the Gleam app for your chance to win! 

Win Discovery Pocket Microscope and Binoculars

82 comments:

  1. bird watching as she loves birds

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  2. everywhere from shopping to walking the dog!

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  3. We love to go on lots of long walks and visit lots of nqture reserves during the summer, they would use these to spot wild animals.

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  4. Walks in the park - see what beauty nature holds

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  5. Spoting animals in the woods, or boats at sea

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  6. Bird watching and looking at insects.

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  7. Binoculars :- For watching and identifying birds (Birdwatching). Microscope :- For inspecting insects.

    Rachel Craig

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  8. Looking out to seas for ships and boats and for exploring rock pools on our local beach!

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  9. Bird watching

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  10. Margaret Clarkson
    Everywhere, probably but especially to explore the coastline and woods

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  11. She loves creepy crawlies so I think she would use them to see insects close up

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  12. Studying bugs in the garden and on country walks

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  13. My children love a gruffalo hunt, and bug hunt adventures , they would love these

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  14. My daughter loves to look at birds and wildlife

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  15. Walks in the park and by the pond would be at the top of our list.

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  16. she would use them when were out on dog walks

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  17. While exploring in the garden

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  18. Absolutely everything,out in the garden or in the house she wouldn’t care

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  19. For spotting super cool animals .

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  20. We would go to our local fields to find some wildlife to watch.

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  21. he would probably go looking for bugs in the garden x

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  22. My boys would love using them in the garden to explore x

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  23. my Grandson would use this to look at the pebbles and shells collected form the beach

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  24. For watching the ships down at our sea front

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  25. when we go walking in the woods he can look at the birds

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  26. Searching the woods for mini-beasts and bird watching.

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  27. My Grandson loves looking at bugs so the microscope would be perfect for him

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  28. Looking for insects and birds my little grandson would love it

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  29. The binoculars would be great for walks and looking for wildlife!!

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  30. Exploring out and about with my Granddaughter

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  31. For watching the birds of prey we see regularly by our house!

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  32. My daugther loves science, she would be out bird spotting and looking for mini beasts every day!

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  33. What would your child use these for?

    he loves science and is very nosy so he'd be looking at everything he can

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  34. My youngest loves walking so he'd use the binoculars for when he's out and about and the microscope for inspecting what he finds!

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  35. We would look for wildlife at our local park

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  36. He'd use it for looking at wildlife in the garden

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  37. We would probably get bits of greenery and flowers from near the pond to look at.

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  38. Looking for nature in the garden. Thankyou for the competition x

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  39. OMG I love this

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  40. Looking for insects and nature in the garden

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  41. We like to go out and try and spot the badgers so the binoculars would be fabulous for a close up view.

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  42. My boys will investigate everything I'm sure!

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  43. Birdwatching with his grandma and grandad

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  44. He loves looking out to sea to spot boats - he would love the binoculars for that

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  45. I think my girls would love to take these to the woods or the beach when we take our dog for a walk to see what else we could see and how it would look close up.

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  46. Exploring in the garden and studying insects!

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  47. They would probably be used on the beach, watching the dolphins.

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  48. Looking at nature and discovering nature x

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  49. Bird watching at our local RSPB site

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  50. Nature Walks in Nunhead Cemetary

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  51. She would examine creatures in the garden

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  52. At our local park, to look at all the birds

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  53. We love the outdoors! So would love to take to see the local wildlife xx

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  54. The grandchildren would love using these in our local park

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  55. My grandchildren would enjoy using these when we go out walking

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  56. Daisy would love these! Her school has been doing a nature project this term so she would be out in the garden with these checking out all the birds and bugs

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  57. We cycle round a lovely country park called Ferry Meadows that we are lucky enough to live near on most Sundays. Its bursting with wildlife so I think these would be out to great use there

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  58. my young grandsons love looking at bugs spiders and other creepy crawlies

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  59. She would use them on holiday!

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  60. we live by a nature trail with lots of animal hides so thes would be great to take along and sit in the hides and see what wildlife we can spot

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  61. I'd let me son use them to explore the garden with, which he would love

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  62. Just today we have started doing science experiments which was a really fun day - tomorrow is nature day so it would be outside so these would be perfect.

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  63. For bird watching and exploring when we are on dog walks / hikes.

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  64. They would be ideal for bird watching in the garden.

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  65. My nephew would use these for looking for wildlife in the garden

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  66. My sons would use them when looking at wildlife

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  67. Birdwatching and watching wildlife.

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  68. He would use them to look at insects

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