You have gotten some good advice.
The set you have chosen is NOT usable with glasses on, so I suppose you will view without glasses.
That is only a bad thing if you need to wear glasses at the eyepiece. Otherwise, no problem.
The 31mm Nagler is not really usable for daytime use due to its chromatic aberration of the exit pupil.
You don't have to know what that is, but I agree that a 32mm Plössl or a 35mm Panoptic might be a better daytime choice (perhaps in addition to the 31mm Nagler)
if you choose to use the scope for astronomy and terrestrial observing.
And yes, add an 8mm eyepiece to hit the magnification in between the 11 Apollo (you found one?!!) and the 3-6 zoom.
A 4° low power field is superb. Many large objects and asterisms become great:
The false comet in Scorpius