We live in a truly amazing world! From the vast Sahara Desert to Brazil's rain forests, from NYC skyscrapers to Zimbabwe's huts, our 9" spinning colorful globe features easy-to-read details that show political borders, countries, states, major cities, oceans, and geographic and topographic features.
As the sun sets, your 3-in-1 globe transforms into an astronomic atlas! The light-up night mode features an accurate map of the night skies, complete with all 88 constellations and our solar-system neighbors, that also doubles as a stunning night light!
Give your child the gift of knowledge. Knowledge of planet earth, other countries and continents, the oceans and seas, and space and stars. Understanding the world around them that will serve them throughout their entire lives.
Buy now and get a FREE constellation introduction guide PLUS our flags & countries "Let's Travel" FREE BONUS card game for the whole family. Teach and learn fascinating facts about the world's 52 most populated countries while having excellent family quality time!
DETAILS & SIZE
Width: 9 inches
Length: 9 inches
Height: 11.6 inches
Weight: 3.14 pounds
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What size is the globe?
9" in diameter, 11.2" in height, including its stand.
Does it take batteries or a plugin?
No batteries are required. The globe comes with a power cord, an on/off switch, and a wall plug.
Can you replace the bulb if it burns out?
Yes. Refer to the manual inside the box. If you do not have it anymore, write us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll send it to you.
Are the US states labeled on the globe?
Do the cards include all countries in the world?
The cards include the world's 52 most populated countries + 2 game instructions cards.
What age group is the card game for?
There are a few different games with varying levels of difficulty you can play with the cards and the globe, so it fits young kids who can read but can also challenge adults as well.
What age group is this globe for?
While kids of a very young age will enjoy it as a night light, children who can already read will benefit the most. 7-12 is the most appropriate age group.
What material is the globe made of?
The globe itself is thick PVC. The rest is made of metal.
Do the constellations change with the seasons?
No. The constellations remain in the same place year-round.
Can you light up the globe or just the constellations?
In order for the constellations to show in the dark, the day-view geographic map of the globe cannot be illuminated.
what type of bulb should I get as a replacement?
First, make sure you're getting a 110V LED bulb. The bulbs we use are:
- E12 screw base
- Natural White light (4000K)
- 3 Watts