Green Toys Seaplane in Green Color

Green Toys Seaplane in Green Color

Posted Tue, 07/30/2019 - 13:54
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Green Toys Seaplane in Green Color
  • Kids Safe Toy: this seaplane toy is made using earth friendly materials. Use of 100% recycled plastic milk jugs ensures that the toy is safe for child as well as the environment. Does not contain BPA or Phthalate
  • Toy Features: this buoyant yellow and green floatplane features spinning propeller with chunky, oversized pontoons — perfect for coasting into any port. This fun toy is designed to float when taken to a bathtub or a pool
  • Green Toy Benefits: this seaplane is useful to introduce your child to various means of transport. It will help young captains to easily navigate to air and water. Grasping the toy with utmost case will help improve the pincer grip of your child
  • Other Details: the packing of this toy is done in an environmental friendly way. Packed with recycled and recyclable materials and printed with soy inks to further prevent the earth from damaging, especially when the toy boxes are disposed off
  • Easy Cleaning: this pool toy is easy to clean and dishwasher safe. You can clean it using a mild baby shampoo or soap. It is recommended to clean the toy whenever your child prefers using it
  • Made in the USA from 100 percent recycled milk jugs
  • US supply chain reduces greenhouse gas and saves energy

I liked the way this little airplane looked as soon as I saw it in person. I almost kept it just as a decor/display item, but figured little guy would like his gift ! Seems to be durable and safe for a kids play. Arrived with another toy from the same seller/manufacturer, a ferry boat with big plastic (little kid's size for little hands) cars and trucks on it. All items from recycled plastic and safe for kids...no small parts. Delivery was flawless, good wrapping, and so on....

Cool looking sea plane. It's bigger then I imagined it would be. Almost too big for really small kids. Propeller spins. It kinda floats. The problem is that it sinks with the smallest ripple in the water. In the picture of the plane you will see vents located on the top of the pontoons. When the plane sits in the water it floats but the smallest ripple causes water to go into the pontoons causing the plane to sink. Our family used the plane in the hot tub and movement of the water from the jets would cause the plane to constantly sink. Search the other reviews for the word "sink" and you will see that it is a common complaint. After it sinks if you turn it upside down out of the water it quickly drains and then kinda floats again. The manufacture should add some kind of flaps that let water out but make it harder for water to get in.  

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