Magic Star shaper - vintage blue

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The Belgian designers of QUUT reinvented some classics for the bath and the beach. Do you already know the Star shaper? A revolutionary improvement of a classic sand toy: children no longer have to fill the mold with sand and turn around. Move the shaper around and it just fills itself! A small tap, lift and ready ... There are different shapes to experience the most beautiful creations and to play with for hours

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Product reference : QU171294

CollectionVintage Blue

The Quut Shapers also work with snow and bath foam! The spherical shape fits perfectly in small children's hands and the soft finish makes it easier to grasp and use. Different shapes and colors are available and the shapes make them particularly easy to clean so that they remain fun and safe year after year. With every new product, QUUT strives to reinvent existing toys on the market. By making them better, more convenient and more sustainable, QUUT wants to extend their lifespan and fun factor on the beach and in the bath. The shaper is free from BPA, phthalates and latex and is recyclable. Suitable from birth.

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Quut was born in the kitchen of PARS PRO TOTO, a comprehensive and well-regarded Belgian design agency with more than 18 years of experience in designing and engineering innovative products and attractive brands. The integrated team of 12 has designed other successful juvenile products and has received many design awards. They also have a total of 24 kids, giving them first-hand experience in poor quality beach toys that offer no emotional connection. So they decided to make their own… real, durable, clever designs that offer fun and beauty for kids and parents to enjoy. And they’ll stay committed to designing and developing new beach toys for your family to enjoy – one new product each and every year.
Collection Mini gifts, maxi fun!
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