Haba toys have some wonderful toys and equipment equipment available for inquisitive young minds.
For those of that read my personal blog, you will know that Noah (my eldest) is a little Pirate crazy. We even had to make a pretend telescope so that he could have his pirate kits finished. S imagine his face when I presented him with this. The Haba Binocular from their Terra kids range, which is oddly named because it is not two lenses but one and is more like a mini telescope!
What impressed Noah more was that it was a working binocular and he could see things across the room. It actually brings things 10x closer.
It also comes with a little bag with a mini compass on it to keep it protected.
I have to say I felt it looked very grown up and professional for a kids toy, but in a way that made Noah feel very grown up.
We ventured round the garden looking at flowers and bugs and into the sky.
The other week Mars could be seen from space, and although it was a tiny bright dot we could see with the binocular it was more than a star!
A great piece of kit – but it’s only negative is that I would go for a proper binocular for Noah’s age as he did struggle with the closing of one eye and looking through with the other, but it is actually recommended for 5 years plus so that may make a difference.
Post written by Kerry
Last Updated on September 10, 2022 by Emma Vanstone