I received a Svan Busy City Bead Coaster to facilitate this review. I was not financially compensated for this post. My opinions are my own and not by any means influenced by any other part.
I discovered Svan a couple of years ago and I immediately fell in love with the design and the modern look of their products and I actually own one of their high chairs which I love! Reason why I was very excited when I was given the opportunity to try one of their toys…yes, this great Swedish brand also offers toys and among the toys in the Svan catalog, you will find the Svan Busy City Bead Coaster.
The Svan Busy City Bead Coaster
This Non-traditional bead maze supports eye-hand coordination development on little explorers along with problem solving, sensory and motor skills. The high quality wooden beads maze in not your everyday round bead that goes from one side to the other, this maze features a little street setting as the bottom has street markings the beads on the top are clouds, airplanes and birds along with other shapes making this adorable maze a lot of fun.
Made to last
The set is not only well-made, it is made with quality materials, great craftsmanship and attention to details, but each bead is carefully crafted so there is no question about what they are. The set is made from all natural wood and the brand utilizes non-toxic paint and BPA-free materials so it is safe for your little ones…I was able to see from the moment I got the toy that it is built to last.
Lots of fun
The set is meant for babies 18 months and up and while my baby is only 14 months, he loves the Svan Busy City Bead Coaster…better yet I have pretty much every member of the family playing with it and yes, that includes yours truly and the husband.
Truth is that the set in very engaging and you ( I mean the kids …maybe), can play with the beads on the wires, but there is also the car shape figures on the bottom that can be moved around and follow the paths on the “streets”.
Really well though and implemented, this toys would be great to introduce your little one to the world of pretend play…Just make sure you are around when the baby is playing with it in case that yours is like mine and decide to climb on any toy he can get his hands on!
The Svan Busy City Bead Coaster has a retail price of $39.99 and would make a great gift for a birthday present and a must add to the Holiday’s gift shopping.
Svan has kindly offered one lucky Born 2 Impress reader, the chance to win a free Busy City Bead Coaster!
To enter this giveaway, please use the Giveaway Tools form below:
Please use the Giveaway Tools form for ALL entries. Except for the initial comment. Please leave comments containing 3 – 4 sentences in order to qualify- Comments like I like this or I want to win will not count! Contest open to the US residents with a valid street address. No PO Boxes please. This contest is void where prohibited. Winner(s) are selected randomly through the use Giveaway Tools unless otherwise noted and will be announce on the contest closing date. To claim your prize(s), you must contact Born 2 Impress within 48 hours of the contest closing Prize(s) not claimed by (48 hours) will be forfeited and a new winner will be selected.
Please provide a valid email address to be informed in case you do win a giveaway. Please note ALL entries are checked for accuracy and will be validated. Clicking on “enter” ensures that your task has been completed. If your task has not been completed, your entry will not be counted and will be considered invalid. If you are chosen as the winner of this contest and you have not completed the task(s) that you claim to complete, a new winner will be randomly chosen. So please be sure that you have completed a task before clicking “enter”thank you for your co-operation.
The product(s) provided for the review were sent to me free of charge from the company or the PR agency. I did compensation for this review. The product(s) offered for the giveaway are free of charge, no purchase necessary. My opinions are my own and not by any means influenced by any other part. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.