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Back and Forth - or ‘heen en weer’ as they in Dutch - is Waytoplay's handsome, quirky, little wooden toy car. Can’t tell the front from the back? Just leave it up to the child’s imagination - they’ll find their own way to drive Back and Forth!
Fully compatible with road track sets from Waytoplay.
4" wide, 1.4" height
US CPSIA tested; compliant with highest Toy Test Norms in Europe and Asia (EN71, Reach and CCC). 100% BPA Free, cadmium Free, lead Free, phthalate free and safe for those with silicon allergies.
Made in the Netherlands.
About the Brand
Waytoplay has made their beautiful and functional road tracks since 2014, and they now make perfectly-sized cars to go on their toy roads! The roads are made of high quality materials sourced in Germany. Waytoplay’s roads are thick, weighty, and yet flexible. The roads are weatherproof and waterproof, and can be used indoors on a parquet floor or outdoors on beach sand. The "arrow" connectors are cleverly designed to keep the built road in place through ups and downs on the surface. The roads literally last a lifetime and can be passed down to the next generation.
Waytoplay believes that building simple racetracks or elaborate motor cities fosters creative play and forms complex design ideas in young children.
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