Alfie Duck Bath Toy - Natural Rubber

$25.00

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Alfie is a little duck of 100% natural rubber. Hevea bath toys are soft and elastic, but also durable. They are easy to grip and to press even for small hands, and they promote the important early childhood development. This eco toy is pollution-free and without platiciser.

Minimum age: from 0+ months

Size: approx. 8 cm

Please note: Hevea consists of 100 % natural rubber which darkens somewhat with time.

Material: 100 % natural rubber latex

PVC, BPA and phthalate-free

Free from artificial colours and additives

Hygienic one piece design – no holes for water to get into

No squeaking noise

Soft and elastic

Sustainably produced

Handmade in Spain

Recycled and biodegradable packaging materials, printed with soy ink

meets EU standard EN71 (European Norm for safety concerning toys)

About Hevea

Sustainability provides the best survival conditions for people and the environment – now and in the future. Hevea is sustainable, because Hevea will do its best to look always for new cost-saving opportunities, reuse and recycling options. The products of Hevea are made of 100 % natural rubber. Natural rubber is a natural and environmentally friendly material that is obtained from trees of a sustainable plantation in Malaysia. The packaging is made from biodegradable recycling material.

Natural Rubber

The rubber trees grow in tropical regions. The trees are between 15 and 30 meters tall and have a trunk diameter of up to one meter. The trees are between five and eight years old before the plantation workers can harvest the first latex. To get the latex, the bark it is cut at an angle. Usually this happens before dawn, when the sap flows best. If a rubber tree is handled carefully, it provides latex until it is 40 years old. Natural rubber instead of synthetic rubber produced from oil acts against climate change. By increasing the number of trees less fossil fuels are consumed. Rubber trees provide work for around 30 million people around the world.