This handheld kaleidoscope has several variations within the series. First there are variations of the body at different price points. The standard body in solid maple and walnut was a lower price than the bodies made from exotic solid woods. Both versions have a black anodized aluminum turning end and a dark wood turned eyepiece. They have a turning end with a fluid cell, side lit with a black background.
The cell contents are the other variable available. They came with a bright image, a pastel image, a SeaShora image with sea shells from the Oregon beaches, and a bright image with a prism filter. An order form from 2001 indicated that you could get a maple scope with a pastel image, a walnut scope with a bright image, or a exotic wood scope with either a pastel or a bright image. These cells also contained Lucini’s. All the bright and pastel cells had dichroic windows but nit the SeaShora or prism filtered scopes.
They have 2M/6P tapered mirror systems.