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The Hatch Toy Car <br>by PLYable
The Hatch Toy Car <br>by PLYable
The Hatch Toy Car <br>by PLYable
The Hatch Toy Car <br>by PLYable
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  • Load image into Gallery viewer, The Hatch Toy Car &lt;br&gt;by PLYable
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, The Hatch Toy Car &lt;br&gt;by PLYable
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The Hatch Toy Car
by PLYable

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Introducing the first vehicle in the plywood Auto Range. The design revives the classic straight line characteristic of 80’s hatchbacks.

Made from a sustainable birch plywood chassis, with solid beech wheels and rubber tires. To add to the fun we supply an easy to use tool to remove the wheels, so the car can be disassembled and reassembled as many times as you like. All the materials used are child friendly, and the product has been CE certified to be safe for children of three and over.

150mm long x 80mm wide x 75mm high

Supplied made, allow 5-7 days for delivery

Free UK delivery

 

Sustainability Report:

PLYable Design is a design studio based in Blyth, Northumberland. PLYable is interested in design that can respond to the changing needs of different users over time. Working simultaneously in architecture, interior design, furniture and product design PLYable's projects explore practicality, flexibility and personality with unique designs that encourage owners and users to engage, interpret and enjoy. All the designs share the same philosophy- that furniture should be useful, fun, made to last, be enjoyed by grown-ups of all ages and leave room for imagination. Drawing from our architectural and interior backgrounds we design furniture and lighting pieces, as one offs and for batch production.

PLYable use FSC accredited sustainable timber. They minimise waste by utilising as much material as possible including offcuts. Recycling minimal waste. The workshop sources materials locally, and manufacture in house to reduce the carbon footprint of materials.