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Relatively Cool Socks. Einstein didn’t like to wear socks. So he wasn’t a fashion genius…we’ll forgive him. We think he would still appreciate having his face on some of the smartest fashion around. Relatively speaking, of course. It doesn’t take a genius to realise that this men’s crew times two equals great fashion. Show off your […]
Astronaut USB Light It’s easy to get lost in the wonder that is the internet, especially when looking at anything cat related, and before you know it many hours have past and the light has dimmed. But don’t let the darkness prevent you from finding another picture of a grumpy cat – this Astronaut USB […]
Planets Socks How often do you get to look down and see a solar system? With these planets socks the answer is all the time! Our galaxy alone contains at least 100 billion planets, most of them are smaller like ours. Count your lucky stars you found this fun pair of outer space socks. Take […]
High Bouncing Ball Kit See chemistry in action with this DIY High Bouncing Ball Kit! It only takes three minutes to make your own custom multi coloured balls from the magic powder (included) and water! There’s enough to make 3 different shaped balls. So simple but lots of science fun! Explore how the different shaped […]
Authentic Museum quality laser cut replica of the Mars Rover. Perfect for model enthusiasts or those who love to craft. Assembly required – Contains small parts and not recommended for small children.
Star Globe This Star Globe is an adjustable and universal desktop map of the night sky between the hours 7pm and 5am. The globe shows the main constellations as they appear in the sky from the Earth’s vantage point. This is in contrast to other globes that show an outside view of the universe, therefore […]
Star Pocket Star pocket gives you an easy way to identify stars! Ever wanted to know more about the stars at night? This simple instrument will help you study the night sky and identify the stars. Simply compare the stars you can see in the sky through one eye with the annotated and illuminated map […]
Hydrochromatic Umbrella. This fantastic hydrochromatic umbrella changes colour when wet, so even going for a walk in the rain becomes a science experiment! How does it work? The ink on the umbrella is white when dry but turns transparent with the application of water. So when it rains the stylish monochrome design reveals vibrant colour […]
Galileo Thermometer The Galileo Thermometer is named after and idea Galileo Galilei had. A great scientist who lived over 350 years ago. Galileo cleverly discovered a method for measuring temperature by placing several precisely weighted balls in a cylinder filled with a certain fluid. He found that the balls rose or fell according to the current […]
This Space Place branded Matariki Tote Bag is perfect to keep all your bits and bobs together, and features seven stars of the Matariki asterism.
Featuring the southern hemisphere of Johannes Hevelius’ Firmamentum Sobiescianum, this cloth is specially designed to care for coated lenses and delicate devices, and removes smudges and fingerprints easily.
Authentic Museum quality laser cut replica of the Space Shuttle Discovery. Perfect for model enthusiasts or those who love to craft. Assembly required – Contains small parts and not recommended for small children.
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