Infantino BKids to unveil Sensory collection at Toy Fair

Published on: 18th January 2017

The collection includes a multitude of toys that will stimulate senses and nurture early exploration.

bkids480Each toy in the collection features high quality materials, soft textures, sound, and light and bright colours. The sensory toy trend has experienced continued growth and with no signs of slowing down this new range has arrived just in time.

Highlights from the range include Leon the Chameleon Light and Shape sorter, which has already won awards in Europe. This learning-made-fun toy will allow little ones to practice motor skills by pushing buttons to match colours and shape sorting. The Sensory Discovery Robot offers sounds, flashing lights and funny expressions, which will activate every time baby pushes, pulls, twists and turns it upside down. The 3-in-1, action packed Walk and Drive Discovery Car will spark curiosity for little explorers with its textures and buttons, lights and sounds.

Speaking about the range, Gary Wood, UK country manager at Infantino BV, said: “You only have to see the collection to see how different it is. We have gone to great lengths to ensure only the best materials, textures and sensory elements have been used and we have truly researched this category of toys to make them exceptionally educational and exciting for babies. The fact that it has specifically been developed for newborns – 12 months makes it very different. Best of all, the collection is extremely well priced, meaning it’s affordable for every family.”



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