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Playmobil - Boy and Girl's Room - 5333
- Beds can be stacked on top of one another
- Includes two figures and multiple accessories
- Recommended for ages 4 and over
OUR PRICE: $34.95
$9.95 Flat Rate Australia Wide (Combine products & save)
OR FREE DELIVERY on orders over $99
Availability: In Stock
The Playmobil Boy and Girl's Room contains two beds that can be stacked on top of one another to create bunk beds. The set also comes with a bookshelf, mini farm on a play mat, and guinea pigs in their pen. The set is fun to play with alone or use it to furnish the Playmobil Large Grand Mansion (#5302).
- BrandPlaymobil (view all products by Playmobil)
- Age Group4 years +
- Country of ManufacturingGermany
- This product contains small parts
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Playmobil is a line of toys produced by the Brandstätter Group, headquartered in Zirndorf, Germany. New products and product lines developed by a 50-strong development team are frequently introduced by Brandstätter. Some of these, such as promotional products, are only produced in limited quantities. For example, Playmobil introduced limited edition sets with the logos of seven different airlines, sold only aboard flights and in duty-free shops. These practices have given rise to a sizable community of collectors. Collector activities extend beyond collecting and free-form play with Playmobil and include customization, miniature wargaming, and creation of photo stories and stop motion films. Adult Playmobil people are approximately 3 inches tall and are a 1:22.5 scale.
Hans Beck is often called "The Father of Playmobil." Beck received training as a cabinetmaker but worked simultaneously on model airplanes, a product he pitched to the company Geobra Brandstätter. The owner of the company, Horst Brandstätter, asked him to develop toy figures for children instead. Beck spent three years developing what became Playmobil. Beck conducted research that allowed him to develop a toy that would not be too complex but nevertheless flexible. Too much flexibility would be in the way of children's imaginations, and too much rigidity would cause frustration. Playmobil hands were capable of gripping and holding objects. The toy, at 7.5 cm tall, would also fit in a child's hand and its facial design would be based on children's drawings (large head, big smile, no nose). Today, figures occasionally sport eyebrows or semicircle-shaped eyes. "I would put the little figures in their hands without saying anything about what they were," Beck remarked. "They accepted them right away ... They invented little scenarios for them. They never grew tired of playing with them.".
Earlier figures had arms of one piece and another piece for the legs. Later sets allow hand rotation. Also, Playmobil figures do not have names, thus allowing the children to invent their own characters. The 1973 oil crisis made it possible for Playmobil to be considered a viable product. Rising oil prices imposed on Geobra Brandstätter, for whom Beck worked as Head of Development, demanded that the company turn to products that required less solid plastic material (during the 1960s, the company had been producing hoola-hoops and large plastic toys). In 1974, the company put the series on show in its display rooms. Initial visitors were reluctant to accept the toy. Nevertheless, the toy was shown at the International Toy Fair in Nuremberg, which was taking place that same year. The toy remained popular with children. A Dutch firm subsequently agreed to buy a whole year's production. Playmobil began to be sold worldwide in 1975, and has grown ever since. Playmobil pop-up books, in which buildings and settings corresponded to the height of actual Playmobil figures, were sold for a time, as well as a series of comic books, coloring books, and puzzles.
Playmobil has been a successful toy line for more than 25 years and they have been a major competitor to Lego toys. Examples of directly competing toys in both their product line are not hard to find. Within the limitations of the Playmobil toy world, the Playmobil toys are usually realistic, and present accurate representations of arms, armor, costumes, and tools from a recognizable time period. Especially notable for a fine attention to detail are the modern construction and city life toys (cars, cranes, fire-engines, trains, boats, etc.).
Playmobil toys are specifically aimed at children from the ages of six to twelve. The company believe that older children tend not to play with these types of toys and so they have resisted creating toys from other, less well-known historical time periods. However, many adults own or collect Playmobil and make movies with the toys. System X is a line of building products for Playmobil. It consists of wall-like pieces, roof pieces, floor pieces, blocks, and connecting pieces.