Although our perfectionist approach to manufacturing our products produces waste, we strive to keep our environmental impact to a minimum. We remove unnecessary plastic parts from our products, including packaging. The 65 Tot Rod stroller contains only 3% plastic parts and even these small percentages are now being replaced. The entire stroller is timeless and is made to last for many years so that you can enjoy this beautiful product for as long as possible. If a customer has an unfortunate incident and damages the product, we also offer service and repair directly with us. All spare parts are available even if you decide to repair the product yourself.
During the Covid-19 pandemic, we created workflows for our support staff who learned to work from home. We have reduced their time spent travelling and are trying to reduce our carbon footprint in this small way. Of course, craftspeople have to make products in workshops, but here too we are trying to increase the recycling of materials and save energy. Especially in the areas of lighting and heating automation. In general, we are moving away from solvents and replacing them with water-based technologies. We use powder paints, which themselves do not contain solvents. This process is expensive, but it is worthwhile. Our bodywork is bisphenol-free, unlike risky epoxy composites. Widely used fibreglass and carbon fibre bodies, or some plastics in general, can be risky for children precisely because of their potentially harmful content. We only outsource materials for our production to suppliers who ensure quality working conditions and safe working practices for their employees. As a matter of principle, we do not use cheap labour and only manufacture in Europe.
100% Made in Europe.
Do you still have the toys you got as a child and your parents decided to keep?
Do you feel that today’s children’s toys don’t last long enough to become an essential part of our childhood memories?
Do you also feel that the skill or energy that existed in past generations has faded away?