Eureka Toys 2 in 1 Globe - Earth by Day / Earth by Night
When darkness falls this ingenious globe illuminates to show a map of city lights, just like the Earth at night when it's seen from space. At a scale of 1:55,900,000, it's lit up with colour changing LEDs (white, blue, green and red), and you'll be able to spot the countries and cities with dense populations as they appear bright throughout.
During daylight hours this 22.8cm globe shows political boundaries, natural land and water features including lakes and rivers, capitals and major cities. The 2 in 1 Globe is a great gift for young and old. - A.D.
- Illuminated globe to show map of city lights
- Colour changing LEDs
- In daylight the globe shows a number of natural features and political boundaries
- 22.8cm globe
- 1:55,900,000 scale
- Batteries not included
- Suitable for ages 8+
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Reviewed on 24/03/2014 by
I bought this as one of my girlfriend's birthday presents and she was very pleased with it. Good quality. Looks good in day, but awesome at night! The city lights are accurate enough, as is to be expected considering the scale of the globe. I only gave this 4 stars as it's just begging to slowly rotate by itself. If it did then it's score would be way over 5! :-)