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Playmobil unveils new product ranges

Published on: January 30th, 2018

This year, Playmobil is launching over 300 new products.

The Aquarium range features several sets including the Aquarium, Aquarium Shop, Penguin Enclosure and Aquarium Enclosure. Also available will be six additional animal packs, including Sea Turtle with Babies, and Seal with Pups.

As fans await the festivities surrounding the next Royal Wedding, Playmobil welcomes a new Wedding range featuring a Bridal Shop, Wedding Limo, Wedding Reception, Wedding Ceremony and Flower Children and Photographer.

The new Horse Farm range features nine sets, from Horse Farm to Horse Show, through to Horse Transporter, with a detachable roof, opening rear doors and a fold-out ramp. This range will be complemented by a new free app available at the App Store or Google Play and by a further four new Horse Professionals packs.

The new Fairies range features unicorns, fairies and dragons. There are 10 sets within the range, including Magical Fairy Forest with Fairy Queen throne, the Enchanted Fairy Ship, which floats on water, and Mystical Fairy Glen, which has a colour changing light-up central flower.

The Top Agents range is back, supported with a new online film and free app. The range features a variety of vehicles and sets including the SpyTeam Battle Truck, which comes with figures, a hidden jet plane and shooting mechanism. It also floats on water and can be upgraded with an underwater motor for extra speed. The Agent P. with Racer set is suitable for land or water and features firing cannons, whilst Agent T.E.C.’s Robot has a transforming function.

2018 will also see the expansion of the 1.2.3 range, suitable for children aged 18 months+. Arriving this spring will be the new Pirate Ship, which floats on the water and features a water shooting canon. Also new to the range is the Pirate Island with a treasure cave, and spaces in which to place sea creatures.

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