A colorful six pin bowling set made from foamed natural rubber. It's squishy and safe for babies and toddlers. The tactile texture makes it fun to hold and engages kids in active play.
Brightly colored, squishy and velvety-soft, this toy is attractive and a lot of fun to touch, hold and play with.
Soft and safe for all ages. Made from natural rubber foam and covered with an easy-to-clean child-safe nylon.
Appropriate and safe for children with many types of special needs.
Hand made in our family owned company in India, at our eco-friendly and fair trade ICTI certified ethical factory.
Ages: 0+ (Safe for use)
Recommended Age: 6m+ (Most beneficial)
Dimensions: 7.5" X 7.5" X 5.5"
Contents: Six bowling pins and one bowling ball.
To Clean: Wipe with a damp cloth.
Materials: Rubbabu toys are made from ingredients that are carefully chosen or developed to be extremely safe for babies, infants and toddlers. The rubber is 100% pure rubber from the Hevea tree. The soft surface is made from very high quality nylon flock from Spain.
Safety: Rubbabu toys do not contain any lead, phthalates, or other harmful or banned substances. All our toys comply with CPSIA standards (for the United States), EN 71 and REACH standards (Europe), AS/NZS ISO 8124 (Australia). They do not contain nitrosatable substances or nitrosamines.
Please note: Rubbabu toys are safe to put in the mouth but they are not teething toys.
Eco-Friendly: We use eco-friendly and natural materials in a manual process. Natural rubber that forms 97% by weight of most Rubbabu toys is a renewable and biodegradable material. The Rubbabu factory in India follows the principles of energy conservation, zero waste and zero effluents. We constantly strive to make our process more environmentally friendly and sustainable.
Fair Trade: It is a family company still run by the parents who founded Rubbabu toys and has been certified by ICTI for its ethical manufacturing practices. You are supporting honest sustainable livelihoods in India and the United States when you buy from Rubbabu.