ToyerBee Telescope for Kids & Beginners - In Depth Review

If you’ve been thinking about introducing your child into astronomy but aren’t interested in breaking the budget, you have countless options available to you. One option available is the ToyerBee Telescope for Kids. We’ll examine this telescope in depth, listing the pros and cons of the telescope.

ToyerBee Telescope Overview

This relatively inexpensive telescope is best thought of as an introduction into the hobby. It seems to do most things satisfactorily, with a few quirks. The quick and easy setup procedures allow for you (or your child) to be gazing at the Moon or the rings of Saturn within about 10 minutes. Simply open the tripod, place the telescope tube onto the tripod mount, insert the finder scope, eyepiece and 1.5X erecting eyepiece and adjust the focus knob to view your desired object.

What’s Included?

The telescope kit includes three eyepieces and a 3X Barlow lens, allowing magnifications of 15X to 150X. Also included in the kit is a Moon mirror and a phone adapter with wireless remote.

The Good…The Bad

Overall, the telescope scores high marks. Many recommend it as a great entry into stargazing. We’ve collected a list of the most common pros and cons that verified purchasers of the Toyerbee.


  • Quick and Easy Setup
  • Cool Phone Attachment
  • Great Value


  • Cheap – but it shows

If you think your child may be interested in astronomy but you don’t want to break the bank, only to find they lost interest even before you focused in on the Moon, you may want to consider the Toyerbee Telescope for Kids and Beginners. It’s inexpensive enough to take a risk and help your child expand their minds without fear of ending up with an expensive telescope collecting dust in the bank of your closet.

Already have a telescope? Drop a comment below and let us know what you’ve got and how you’ve helped your child expand their minds.