12/12/13

Teleidoscope - Kaleidoscopes to You - Review and Giveaway

Disclosure: I received product at no charge in exchange for my honest review.
When someone says "kaleidoscope" I generally think of one of those cheap paper and plastic contraptions from the dollar store that break within a month. Kaleidoscopes To You has totally changed my perception with their stunningly beautiful high-quality hardwood creations. I literally gasped when I took this Teleidoscope out of the box! The craftsmanship is absolutely gorgeous and it comes with it's own hardwood stand, making it the perfect conversation piece for a fireplace mantle or a coffee table.
This artistically designed Teleidoscope measures 5 3/4" long and 1 1/8" in diameter, perfect for a stocking stuffer. The base measures 3 1/2" long and 1" tall, and Kaleidoscopes To You will even engrave a brass plate for the base if you like. If you need a gift for someone who is hard to buy for, this would be the perfect present, no matter how old they are.
One of the neatest things about this Teleidoscope is that there are no lose parts inside of it. Whichever direction you point it, a new kaleidoscope picture appears. I took these pictures in my own house. The first one is of my family room! The second one is looking out of the window that my work desk faces.
The third picture is looking up at my ceiling fan. In a world full of electronic toys, a teleidoscope or kaleidoscope will provide hours of delightful entertainment and will become a treasured gift to pass down through the generations.
Shop now at www.kaleidoscopestoyou.com and follow them on Facebook, then enter below to win this beautiful Teleidoscope!
Win this 5.5" long Laminated Solid Woods with Padauk
and other Hardwoods Teleidoscope by N and J!
To enter, just fill in the Rafflecopter form below. Only the first entry is mandatory; bonus entries increase your chance to win! Open to US residents, ages 18+. Giveaway ends at midnight on 12/19/2013. Good luck!

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60 comments:

  1. I like the Stained Glass Kaleidoscopes

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  2. I love all of the different kinds! I like that you can make a custom one as well!

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  3. I love the Kaleidoscope, Butterfly Mariposa in Stained Glass By Sue Rioux.

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  4. I love these. My favorite is the Musical Kaleidoscopes that Plays Beautiful Dreamer.
    Item #: IMPT8025MBeautifulDreame

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  5. I LOVE their beautiful paperweights, especially the American Art Glass Paperweights, "Fireball Twilight" #569 By Glass Eye Studio.. Stunning! scain54 (at) aol (dot) com

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  6. Gold Nova Magic Marble Teleidoscope By Gemini Kaleidoscopes | Kaleidoscope Toys is the one I would get & it's only $5!!

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  7. I love the "Snowing" Interchangeable Kaleidoscope

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  8. I didn't expect them to have jewelry. Lots of fun stuff!

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  9. I like all the Custom Kaleidoscope.

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  10. I visited Kaleidoscopes To You and found the most awesome kaleidoscopes that I have ever seen. I would love to have 1 of each. lol I have always been mesmerized by kaleidoscopes since the first one I received as a child--I just can't out grow them. I love the Stained Glass Kaleidoscopes "Serendipity # 56 " By Artist Sue Rioux. The Snowflake Kaleidoscope, By Kaleidoscope Artist Judith Paul and Tom Durden is quite awesome. How could one ever choose?

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  11. Kaleidoscope Necklace in a All Shiny Silver Finish - Butterfly

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  12. I like Chesnik Kaleidoscopes, Small Agate Kaleidoscope with 2 Wheels.

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  13. I love the necklaces by Corki Weeks! Gorgeous and entertaining!

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  14. The Stained Glass Kaleidoscopes are beautiful. Patricia

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  15. I really like the stained glass kaleidoscopes, they are amazingly beautiful!

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  16. I like their Planet Themed Big Jazzy Toy kaleidoscopes; the perfect stocking stuffer idea!
    -Audra O'Hara

    Snowflake Day Play at gmail dot com

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  17. I love that you can customize them!

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  18. i like that they do custom kaleidoscopes

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  19. I like the Stained Glass Kaleidoscopes. Thanks, Kathy

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  20. I love the egg shaped ones, they are so cool and unusual and I especially like this one Solid Rosewood Kaleidoscope Egg with Rosewood Base By N&J..
    Item #: NJEGGROSEwood

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  21. Oh My! I am in love with the Cherry Blossom Kaleidoscope! Expensive, but I am sure it's worth it!
    RC name:Mechele JOhnson

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  22. I am crazy about the Teleidoscope Necklaces, Antique Silver tone. It's gorgeous and fun!
    Susan Chester

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  23. the stained glass ones are just beautiful

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  24. I had never seen a musical Kaleidosope and that was very unique.

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  25. I learned that they carry jewelry for sale. Thanks

    jodi frasier/lasher

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  26. I love this one: Wooden Kaleidoscope "Whale" Handmade By Artist Jerry Farnsworth. It would make a nice family heirloom.

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  27. I love the Sterling Silver Long Woven Kaleidoscope Necklaces By Kevin and Deborah Healy.

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  28. I love the Stained Glass Kaleidoscope, "Cobalt Blue #10" Mystic Rapture By Artists Peggy and Steve Kittelson.

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  29. I learned that Kaleidoscopes were invented in 1816 by David Brewster a Scottish inventor, who actually made little to no money from it since his patent was worded incorrectly! I have always loved Kaleidoscopes ever since I was a little girl-I would love to own this one or any of the others actually!

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  30. I learned that they can engrave on them. What a neat keepsake this would be.

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  31. The hardwood is beautiful and I like the natural look of the piece. Stained glass look doesn't hurt either.

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  32. I didn't realize Kaleidoscopes were so fancy. Any I had ever seen were those little plastic deals. These are really nice. Something to be respected.

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  33. I love the Nubble, Maine Lighthouse Kaleidoscope
    By Kaleidoscope Artist, Ron Lee.

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  34. Wisconsin's #1 tourist attraction in the 1982

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  35. I love the ones where you can personally customize them!

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  36. I like the Ferris Wheel Gifts, Musical Kaleidoscope.

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  37. I like the Classic Tin Toy Kaleidoscopes by Schylling. I remember having a kaleidoscope as a child. I wonder what happened to it. :)

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  38. Snowflake Kaleidoscope

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  39. I like the stained glass kaleidoscopes.

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  40. I love the Kaleidoscope Necklace in a All Shiny Silver Finish - Butterfly!

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  41. My Honey/Hubby loves WOOD (and who doesn't love a kaleidoscope?) - and he's really into wood working - his passionate hobby!

    I couldn't afford it - but I think he would love :

    http://www.kaleidoscopestoyou.com/wooden-kaleidoscope-big-leaf-maple-2-kittelson.html

    He'd also enjoy the prize - as would a lot of other deserving folks I know!

    Jesselyn A/Jesstinger
    jessterlyn(at)aol(dot)com

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  42. I love the "Cobalt Blue #10" Mystic Rapture Stained Glass Kaleidoscope

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  43. They have 2 decades of experience selling kaleidoscopes.

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  44. I love the Beneath the Sea Handheld Kaleidoscope by Artist Corki Weeks.

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  45. Oh! How fabulous! I think I'm in love! I REALLY want the musical kaleidoscope here: http://www.kaleidoscopestoyou.com/musical-kaleidoscopes-plays-pachelbel-cannon-in-d.html It plays Pachelbele's Canon in D and is simply gorgeous!

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  46. The Ferris Wheel Gifts, Musical Kaleidoscope is really awesome!

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  47. I learned they also make paper weights which are so pretty. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  48. I like the Kaleidoscope, Snowflake Sprit by Michael Collier.
    Item #: COLLSPSnowflake

    Richard Hicks

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  49. I love the Beneath the Sea Handheld Kaleidoscope!!!

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  50. I like the Solid Rosewood Kaleidoscope Egg with Rosewood Base By N&J. THANKS

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  51. Musical Kaleidoscopes, Import Plays Variations of Cannon in D by Pachelbele, a perfect gift for the science person in our family.

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  52. Love the stained glass kaleidoscopes too

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  53. I like the Cobalt Blue #10" Mystic Rapture Stained Glass Kaleidoscope

    rtrexel@gmail.com

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  54. Ferris Wheel Gifts, Musical Kaleidoscope

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  55. I like the musical kaleidoscope

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  56. I love the N & J Padauk Double Wheel Kaleidoscope

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  57. i like the Musical Kaleidoscopes, Plays Cannon in D by Pachelbele
    tony l smoaks on rafflecopter

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  58. I like the Stained Glass Kaleidoscopes, "Conservatory" 1 of 2 Limited Edition By Artist Marc Tickle.

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  59. I didn't know that Kaleidoscopes where invented in 1816.

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  60. I love the Stained Glass Kaleidoscope by Sue Rioux "Heat Lightning". Its so cool!
    vikki.billings@yahoo.com

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