Pay R59 for a 60-piece set of Edumax Rubber Construction Links from Babies Online, valued at R119 (save 50%)
- Save 50% when you pay R59 for a 60-piece set of Edumax Rubber Construction Links from Babies Online, valued at R119
- Construction Set
- Soft Rubber
- 60 Pieces in Round Jar
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Look back at the early life of almost any prominent athlete, entrepreneur or various other professionals and almost every time you’ll find the same thing, they started early. Whether it was a putting competition at the age of 2 or a lemonade stand at 4, the seeds were planted early to be reaped in later years. Save 50% when you buy Edumax’s Rubber Construction Links for R59 from Babies Online and give your child that head start.
At some point during our lives we’ve all had the misfortune of stepping on a stray block of lego. Somehow, it always manages to find the most tender patch on the sole of your foot and leaves a proud imprint there for days, as a reminder of its victory. Edumax Rubber Construction Links have no such intentions, and if your foot did happen to find its way onto one of the links, it would simply provide support and put a small boost in your step.
An architect needs his pencil case, for his pencils, and a businessman his briefcase, for his documents, in much the same way, children need storage for their toys. Edumax takes care of this and provides a round jar for the set of soft rubber links, so that none of the 60 pieces grow legs and go-a-walking.
When you’re young your imagination knows no bounds, only those who carry this belief further in life go on to achieve greatness. Edumax’s Construction Links provide endless combinations and even the most adventurous young builder won’t be able to exhaust the possibilities.
Fast fact: Rubber was first recognised as a viable material in the production of toys in 1876. This came as a result of a failed spherical wheel design. Early prototypes were discarded but soon street urchins found them and began playing, bouncing the balls on pieces of paved road. Later this was accepted as the origin of the “bouncing ball”.