Creatto Series 2 range arrives at Thames & Kosmos

Published on: 4th May 2021

The kits lets kids and adults alike build impressive 3D models illuminated by LED lights.

Creatto Series 2

The Luminous Lion Creatto kit

Thames & Kosmos UK has announced the arrival of its popular Creatto Series 2 range, a simple yet versatile building system for children aged six and above.

The range lets children and adults design and construct illuminated 3D creations. The kit includes flexible and durable interlocking plastic tiles and a string of LED lights that creators can piece together to make animals, decorations, or their own custom creations, without the need for additional materials or hardware.

The new arrivals come in Mini, Midi and Maxi and are available at price points from £10-£30 RRP, making them ideal for a range of occasions and budgets. Luminous Lion, Shining Sweetheart and Soaring Dragon will be joined in time for Christmas by a Northern Lights Polar Bear. The popular kits from the first 2020 range, Moonlight Elephant Safari, Magical Moose and best-selling Starlight Kitty, are also continuing for this year.

Creatto Series 2“Creatto first landed on UK shores in late September 2020 after creating a huge buzz during Toy Fair earlier that year,” said Jo Drage, sales director. “The range instantly excited consumers as well as the trade, and our entire stock sold out in the run up to Christmas. Since announcing the arrival date of Creatto Series 2 to our trade customers, pre-orders have been coming in thick and fast. Creatto is so unique and different to our usual STEM offering; it’s really hit a chord with end users looking for that special something which sparks creativity and lets knowledge grow.”

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