Sega Homestar Original Black – Home Planetarium – Star Projector Key Specs and Product Review
Sega Toys Homestar Original Planetarium Projects an amazing 60,000 stars, “shooting star” function Leading brand with 3-watt white LED technology, timer, adjustable angle and focus Attention: Also look for brandnew 5Watt Sega FLUX out October 2018 2 realistic discs and poster included – 30+ optional discs available
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That’s it.Maybe the qc is bad, but the new unit won’t focus and just looks like splotches on the sky.Very disappointed in the product and the other reviewers.I have a standard 8′ ceiling and wanted to cover as much of it as possible, so I placed the projector on the floor.This is a cheap piece of junk.2) The projected view is fairly realistic for naked eye viewing.This is a piece of junk.The design range of projection is 6.It exceeded my expectations! Just follow instructions on how to set up and you’re GOLDEN! BEST VIEWED ON PERSON OR THROUGH PHOTO IT IS HARD TO CAPTURE IN CELL PHONE VIDEO Bad reviews must have an agenda.-1 star for being a basic slide projector.The thing works great! I bought it for my newborn daughter and since she was too young to really care about it, my wife and I used it for a while.After a year, the bulb burned out and there is no way to replace it.The shooting star feature is a bit of a joke though and I don’t even know why they bother… I wish you could get more discs for it than the few that are available… Anyway, I love putting the sleep timer on at night and going to sleep under the illusion of a starry sky. Not much to say! The lenses in the Homestar Orignal are not that great,so the Disks are not clear around the edges,not fault of the disks that come with it…Lot of money…too bad.This projector is so worth it! Yes the edges are blurry but it still looks so amazing! From my observation, I’m assuming in order to have perfect focused edges, you have to have a dome shaped ceiling which no one has.What I mean is, you can get a relatively good video projector for about half the price ; however, when compared to other star or planetarium projectors this one is worth the extra money.
For almost $200 worth of product to make my autistic nephew happy this product wasn’t worth $10.It’s pretty fricken rad, and darn it, even magical.I have other projectors that put this product to shame like the sky light, very bright, the home $20 product the focus work and it’s very bright.I’m quite happy with this one, probably the best there is for home use.I was sceptical considering the price and all the bad reviews. Just doesn’t seem to display a very clear image.It’s the closest thing to being in a planetarium and feeling like you can reach up and touch the stars.Had a better experience with a different brand for the small price.I’m operating it in a 11’X12′ bedroom with 9′ ceilings with an almost dark environment.So my star ratings are from him because he knows more about the night sky than anyone I know, so based on their reactions I can tell you this is THE one to buy.The lens is adjustable so that focus can be tuned and the stars are bright and sharp in the center, but do get a little blurry out toward the edges.Seller was very prompt answering some questions on the same day.It is pretty basic and keeps my nieces entertained for about 15 minutes. If you want real stars this is it.The image looks great if the wall is close but it does not project on the ceiling.I love the turning notion, and the shooting star.[/review3][review4] After all the review battles on this thing I had to buy it just to find out for myself! This thing is way cool! At first I thought it was going to be a “playschool” lame image, because it was so out of focus, and all I could see was the lens cut ribs.
It’s one of those gadgets that makes you feel like a kid, turn it on, and it’s like you’re actually looking at stars .It lasted about 8 months then the mechanism that rotates the star disc stopped working.The image is easy to focus on . The best home planetarium I’ve used.Had visited planetarium at Boston Museum-of Science and this was a close replica of the galaxy. Lighting is not strong 😞[/review6]<!– .It does make some sound, but it’s not even loud enough to keep my 10year old daughter awake.If only slides weren’t so expensive!!! Bought two, one for each of my grandkids for Christmas.Awful! Looked like paint splatter on my ceiling.The only down side is it doesn’t cover more area.Buyer beware! I’ve never been so disgusted in my life with Amazon.