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3D Star Theater
3D Star Theater 3D planetarium projector provides an amazing 3D planetarium experience in the comfort of home. Just put on the 3D glasses sit back and relax as 3D Star Theater takes you on a 3D journey of stars, constellations, planets and more.
ITEM#: 137501743D Star Theater 3D planetarium projector provides an amazing 3D planetarium experience in the comfort of home. Just put on the 3D glasses sit back and relax as 3D Star Theater takes you on a 3D journey of stars, constellations, planets and more.
- Name: 3-D Star Thearer
- Ages 8 and up
- Projects stars, planets and constellations all in 3D
- Focus dial transforms room into 3D planetarium
- Projects amazing 3D images
- Set includes: Projector, 3D glasses, focus dial
- Requires four (4) AA batteries, (not included)
- Brand: Uncle Milton
- Model: 2074
- Materials: Plastic, electrical components
- Dimensions: 9 inches high x 6.7 inches wide x 10.1 inches long
- Weight: 2 pounds
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Hello TS, we do not currently have the glasses sold separately on our site; however, any standard pair of 3D glasses will work for this item. Thanks for shopping with us!
hello, does the star theater project all the constellations?
Hello reem31, There is no indication on the product that all constellations are featured but if you look at the product's image, it seems to show them all. Thank you for shopping with us!
CAN THE STARS AND PLANETS BE VIEWED CLEARLY WITHOUT THE 3D EFFECT?
Hello rooster16, This star theater is so much fun! Yes, you can still see the stars and planets, however, the 3D effects make the stars and planets more interesting to look at. I hope this helps. Thanks for shopping with us.
Does this product come with an audio cd?
Thank you for the question. We are sorry but the set just includes: Projector, 3D glasses, focus dial.
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