Like modern pop-stars, childhood toys of the two-thousands are colourful, full of gimmicks and are sometimes known to sing the odd jingle. Alas, much like pop-stars, gimmicky flashing toys don’t last very long in the harsh, wide world. Invest in a more dependable plaything and pay R200 for a voucher to the value of R400 to spend at World of Wood toys.
Far more reliable than your average flashing robot dog or solar-powered scooter, wooden toys have been around since before Isaac Newton invented the gravitational apple. While mass-produced plastic toys might last a few months before being relegated to the boring or broken pile, wooden toys are well-known for lasting through generations. While it’s tempting to go out and purchase the most expensive, shiniest toy with the most flashing lights this side of a disco, anyone who’s ever played with a kid knows that even a normal block of wood could keep them entertained for hours. All toys manufactured by World of Wood are more than just blocks of wood though.Handmade and manufactured to last, the simple designs are guaranteed to bring more than just a few hours of enjoyment. Safe as well as superior, the wooded toys are smooth and the edges are rounded, and painted in brighter colours than you could find in the big box of Crayolas – the one with colours like Razzmatazz and Macaroni and Cheese. With the safety and development of mini-people in mind, all toys are high-quality entertainment at its simplest and finest.