PLAYMOBIL 1.2.3 Moon Rocket
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- Count down to lift-off with the 1.2.3 Moon Rocket
- Bright and colorful design and large, rounded pieces are easy for small hands to hold
- Removable top opens and seats 1 astronaut
- Once toddlers land the rocket, they can remove the figure for added play
- Includes rocket and 1 astronaut figure
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Count down to lift-off with the 1.2.3 Moon Rocket. Equipped with a removable top, this set's rocket opens and seats one astronaut figure (included). Once toddlers land the rocket, they can remove the figure for added play. Recommended for ages 18 months and up. Playmobil, Germany's largest toy manufacturer, is headquartered in Zirndorf, Germany and has been producing and distributing toys for more than 36 years. The miniature worlds of Playmobil encourage children to explore and learn while having fun. Children's imaginations are transported to medieval times with the Playmobil castle, to the adventurous seas with Playmobil pirates and many other themed playworlds. The figures can bend, sit, stand and turn their heads to make realistic role play possible.
Top Customer Reviews
The plastics used in this rocket is high quality and does not smell at all. Made in Poland.
(I enclose a snapshot of this Playmobil 1.2.3. Moon Rocket and included astronaut next to a typical Hot Wheels car so you can see relative size of this toy)
When sitting at the table in her high chair, she throws all her toys down, but Space Hazel is always put carefully on the table. I think that even in her young state she is connecting with the figurine.
This set has only three pieces, two for the rocket ship and one for the little person. The helmet does not come off, so there are no small pieces.
My daughter also loves it when I fly the space craft around her head, she always likes to swat it down.
If your kid loves space as much as mine does, go for it, you won't be sorry.
Best of all-- no lights, no noise, and no batteries. It runs on imagination : )