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BRIO 33918 Smart Tech Workshop for Kids Age 3 Years up
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BRIO 33918 Smart Tech Workshop for Kids Age 3 Years up

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Smart Tech is the new Train technology from BRIO! Oh no, the train has broken down! The new Smart Tech Workshop will save the day, when passing a Broken Engine Action Tunnel, the Smart Tech Engine from BRIO starts to sound and act broken, rolls to the workshop and stops above the repairman’s pit so a ideal accessory to the wooden train set

This item includes 1x Smart-Tech Workshop, 1x Figure, 1x Smart-Tech Arch and measures 23.4 x 10.2 x 11.1cm

BRIO Trains, Engines, Wagons, Carriagesand Vehicles feature the classic BRIO magnetic couplingsfor easily hook up hence all train sets, rails, accessories and destinations feature the wooden train track allowing for easy connection to each other and expanding BRIO World

Crafted using FSC sourced European beech wood and high-quality plastics the BRIO World railway range is suitable for ages three yearsand up and make ideal gifts for boys and girls

Children sometimes play with toys in other ways than expected so the products will be thoroughly with strict safety requirements which in many cases are tougher than the legal requirements

BRIO Railway Sets make a fine birthday gift or smashing Christmas gift

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