Musette with Ribbon

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David Kalish has designed a fabulous teleidoscope!  Have you ever looked through a theleidoscope?  A teleidoscope is a specific type of kaleidoscope that uses a clear marble at the end of the mirror system instead of an object cell.  Simply point a teleidoscope at anything of interest and the mirror system inside will make a kaleidoscopic pattern of whatever you see.  What sets this scope apart is David's use of extraordinary front surface mirrors.  Each of these scopes comes with a ribbon so the scope can be worn around the neck.  People love to give these as gifts and often take a few home for themselves.  You can even take pictures through them with a digital camera, turning your friends, cats or the colors of your home into kaleidoscopic images!  These scopes are 3"L and they each have a 3-mirror system.


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    Just plan FUN

    Posted by Colleen on Oct 17th 2019

    My husband and I made a trip to Arizona. Found your store and was immediately intrigued. After a period of time looking in so my, found one Kaleidoscope we could not live without. At the desk it was brought to our attention about this cute little machine from another customer who comes in on trips to purchase these for gifts. We purchased the one without the ribbon after the clerk took our picture with it, Fantastic! Had to buy four more as gifts for adult grandchildren soon after we got home and starting playing with musette. The picture you take using this against the lens of camera or cell phone, becomes your patterns These are so much fun, we are fascinated. You will be too!