The 42-Piece Set is a large building set that allows for big and tall creations. Click wheels on and off to create any number of mobile creations. The powerful magnets within each wooden block will encourage children (and adults) to keep thinking of new possibilities - especially once they discover they can defy gravity and or even use the repelling force of magnets to make the blocks chase each other!
Tegu Blocks are heirloom toys meant to be passed from generation to generation. They're a modern twist on a beloved classic!
Includes 42 blocks in 9 shapes:
- 4 tall columns (30x30x180mm)
- 4 medium columns (30x30x90mm)
- 6 mega planks (30x210x7.5mm)
- 6 long planks (30x120x7.5mm)
- 6 short planks (30x70x7.5mm)
- 6 cubes (30x30x30mm)
- 2 parallelograms (30x30x60mm)
- 4 short angles (30x30x90mm)
- 4 wheels (45x15mm (diameter))
Materials: Eco-friendly, sustainably-sourced hardwoods. Safe, non-toxic, water-based lacquers (for colors and clear coats).
Product care: It’s easy. View and print our care instructions.
Sustainability, social change and a love of play are key to Tegu.
At Tegu, we believe that play, at its best, is free from rules, expectations and scripted narratives. Kids need space to relax, laugh and have fun. To imagine and create new worlds. To discover themselves and the world on their own terms. It’s important to occasionally set aside screens and schedules in favor of exploration, discovery and the joy of the moment.
From hand selecting every single tree with local Honduran cooperatives, where a single tree can create over 1200 sets of blocks, to planting up to 10 trees for each set sold. Tegu only purchases wood from FSC certified companies and uses a water-based lacquer incorporated with colour pigments, so the blocks are all non-toxic.
When Chris and Will Haughey started Tegu, they're committed to using its business to bless Honduras, one of the poorest nations in the western hemisphere. When you purchase our toys, you’re helping create stable jobs and improving the livelihoods of our 200 employees at the factory in Honduras but also the family members that rely on them.