Matador Explorer 222 Parts

Matador

HK$620.00
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The E222 is a good basis from which further ideas can grow. Dragster car, gymnast and merry-go-round are only a few of the many model ideas of the E222. First mechanical models can be built and grasped in how they function. 222 parts incl. tools and building manual. Playing with Matador will prepare you for life!

MATADOR Explorer wood construction sets are unique worldwide in allowing children to develop and implement their imagination and ideas. Thanks to the wood’s singular accuracy of fit, these sets fulfil the requirement for both simple and complex models. Blocks drilled to precision, perfectly fitting linking pins, axles and wheels – a variety of construction options which have fascinated young and old for generations. Using the Matador hammer, not only simple models such as airplanes, cars, figurines, but also more complicated and technically advanced and entire Matador landscapes can be built.

Thanks to the tried and tested expansion sets such as cogs and motor, MATADOR Explorer construction sets are sophisticated ‘toys’ with which children can learn to combine theory and practice throughout their development phase. Six different main sets in various sizes (ranging from 99 to 902 parts) and smart extension sets offer endless construction possibilities.

The building instructions and the parts list can be found in our download area.

Included tools: hammer, pliers
Template booklet: Building instructions with 55 building ideas
100% Made in Austria
Material: 100% Austrian Wood from sustainable forest management
Size: 383 x 95 x 170 mm

Recommended Age 5+ years.

Warning! Not suitable for children under 36 months. Choking hazard due to small parts.


About Matador


"build your world...sustainability & personal responsibility for generations..."

For the things we have to learn before we can do them, we learn by doing them.“

Borrowing it’s motto from Aristotle, a little workshop in Vienna’s 4th district created the first MATADOR wooden construction kits more than 110 years ago. The concept behind them was based on precision-drilled wooden blocks, connecting rods and wheels that could be put together to create a whole host of different machines, vehicles, and so on, then taken apart again. And it’s a concept that remains unchanged today. Matador creates attractive, sustainable toys for our kids!

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