Stacking tower on the road | Scratch europe

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1 - 6 years

Description

A brightly coloured tower of blocks with five cubes of different sizes. 

The blocks can be stacked on top of each other, and they can also be placed next to each other to make a puzzle. 

Try to piece the hidden puzzle together by fitting the blocks with the right face next to each other. 

Pictures of animals, people and numbers can be found on the five faces. Fun, but also educational! 

The largest block is a garage with parking space for the fire truck and ambulance that come with the set, 

and you’ll find a helicopter landing pad at the very top of the tower. Stacking, making puzzles, counting, 

recognizing animals and people and so much more! The tower is made of sturdy, durable cardboard, 

while the vehicles are made of wood.

Quantity 

990 ฿

Code

134025

Description

STACKING TOWER On The Road 5pcs, H58cm, with 2 CARS and HELICOPTER,
in cardboard and wood, in box 15x15x20cm, 12m+

Dimension : 35 x 17 x 8 cm
Name : STACKING TOWER ON THE ROAD

Brand : Scratch Europe

Scratch is an authentically Belgian, and therefore European, brand. Scratch originally started out on a modest scale at the turn of the century, gathering momentum rapidly in 2012. That’s when Scratch became part of DAM, a leading distributor of designer toys in Western Europe. A close friendship between experienced toy designer Etienne Gilbert and businessman Jan Voorspoels resulted in a completely new Scratch collection. A strong product team went back to the drawing board, starting again from “Scratch”. That intense and fruitful cooperation involving all team members resulted in gorgeous designs which always go hand in hand with safety. Over the years, Scratch evolved into a lifestyle brand using a variety of materials such as wood, cardboard, textiles, metal, and plastics. With the emphasis on innovation, Scratch expresses its style all around the world. This globalization continues unabated. Scratch currently has a presence in over 30 countries, in all corners of the world.

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