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Wonderworld Wooden Eco House


RRP: £138.02
Price: £87.19 & FREE Delivery in the UK. Details
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  • Educate children about energy saving methods
  • Made from replenishable wood
  • Eco friendly features include a wind turbine, a rain water butt and a bicycle
  • Includes people and furniture
  • Manufacturers recommended age: 3 years and upwards
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight9 Kg
Product Dimensions59 x 54 x 50 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:3 years and up
Item model numberWW-6001
  
Additional Information
ASINB001HX49EW
Best Sellers Rank 300,491 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight9 Kg
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Date First Available9 Oct 2008
  
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Product Safety

This product is subject to specific safety warnings
  • Warning: Not suitable for children under 36 months
  • Warning: To be used under the direct supervision of an adult

Product Description

Manufacturer's Description

The Wonderworld wooden Eco house is great for role-play aims to educate children on environmental issues. The house’s renewable features include a wind turbine, a solar panel on the roof, a rubbish recycling bin, a rain water butt and a bicycle instead of a car. It comes complete with 3 people as well as kitchen, bedroom and bathroom furniture.

The house is made from rubberwood from a replenishable source that is widely accepted worldwide as being environmentally friendly. All the packaging is made from at least 70 per cent recycled paper.

Box Contents

  • 1x wooden eco house
  • 3x figures
  • 2x beds
  • 1x shower
  • 1x basin
  • 1x toilet
  • 1x table
  • 2x chairs
  • 1x cooker
  • 2x plants
  • 1x bicycle
  • 2x bins
  • 1x water butt

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By APC on 17 Feb 2013
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I had seen this Eco house for a while. It was normally £100+. But low and behold, the next time I checked it was half price!
I had toyed with buying it, but held off, but for half price..
We were expecting a new grandchild, sex unknown. But no matter, a child will play if a toy is good enough to capture their attention.
After all why should it jut be the girls who get to play house. Boys live in houses too.
The concept of an Eco house as a toy is great. Catch them while they are young.
We have Solar panels on our roof, so why not. Doll's house.
It has a family,and shows how they live, using recycling etc.
They should do special rates for schools, as this is a breeding ground for positive role playing.
Well done Wonderworld!
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Amazon.com: 4 reviews
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
An outstanding and different dollhouse! 18 Nov 2010
By Carolyn McPherson - Published on Amazon.com
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I have been looking and looking for a dollhouse, something that would be different--and this is it! Beautifully crafted, relatively easy to put together (they have included an extra screw in case you lose one), and clever eco-related details, including a wind turbine and solar panels. I don't preach ecology-ecology-ecology, but this set is a gentle reminder and certainly has a great deal of play value.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Interesting product 29 Dec 2011
By AlexandriaMatt - Published on Amazon.com
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Our girls just got this as a present from their grandparents. It's a fairly high-quality, easy to assemble dollhouse with an eco-friendly bent. The company that makes the dollhouse is actually pretty interesting in itself. It's based out of Thailand (not China); the firm's claims to being progressive in terms of both labor standards and enviromental impact are supported by a number of independent reviewers. I did a little research myself on their practices and pulled this interesting youtube video they put together awhile back: [...]

In any case, I'd definitely recommend this product.
Nicely made, fun, sturdy! 12 Oct 2013
By Ullanta - Published on Amazon.com
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A really nice toy house... the accessories that come with it are what really sell the package... the little recycling bins, shower, toilet, beds with mattresses, water tank, ... and more.... charm the little ones
4 of 12 people found the following review helpful
This Eco-Toy is made in China 16 July 2011
By mosslake - Published on Amazon.com
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My main objection here is that the label "Made in China" was hidden in an obscure way on this product. I had to open the box in the toy store to see where it was manufactured. This is deceptive in my book. For those who care where their toys are made I did my research and I am not comfortable with the level of inspections done by hired 3rd parties in China. If you google healthy toys you can find how many toxic toys the government has overlooked that are imported into the US. For example Learning Curve Thomas Train toys are made in China and in 2009 tested very high for lead and bromine. Many companies have turned to cheap foreign labor for manufacturing that is free from environmental regulation. This needs to stop and I am voting with my dollar. I buy from responsible toy companies that own their own factories and have a permanent presence there and utilize renewable resources as well as non toxic paint and glues. My research has led me to Plan Toys in the U.S., but also Pintoy and Voila are great though are available to mostly European consumers though sometimes Land of Nod will rebrand their stuff as its own and sell it here like the Pintoy firehouse.
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