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Wednesday, July 18, 2007

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Donutvorms for the Wunder Kind

My three year-old received some toys in the mail yesterday, courtesy of a product review board I have been invited to join.*

One item in the shipment was a set of child-size baker's molds, from a German company. In English, Spanish, German, Dutch and French, the packaging declared that, in addition to being appropriate for ages one and up,

"...these indestructible plastic moulds are so tough that they can withstand hot fillings up to +90 C/194 F and cold liquids to -20 C/-4 F"

Thank god, because all the cheap American crap keeps falling apart whenever I let my toddler play with boiling oil and dry ice.

* I accepted because I was not asked or required to plug anything on my blog, although the retailer has a swell concept and product line that I may share with you at some point. I haven't decided about advertising on Notes yet. But who am I to turn down swag for my kids? Especially the kid at the bottom of the hand-me-down chain?



Blogger Charlotte said...

I'm surprised at a German company selling plastic stuff. Usually it's all wooden toys. Having said that, I'm thrilled for your youngest getting access to swag.

9:21 AM  
Blogger Kyran said...

Charlotte, one of things that attracted me to this board was all the German brands they carry. I had visions of beautifully crafted wooden Haba games and the like. Maybe next time. :)

9:25 AM  

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