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Haba Klick-Klack Rattling Figure
That curious "klick, klack" is coming from the Haba Klick-Klack clutching toy. Made in Germany from sustainable European hardwoods and colored with nontoxic water-based stain, it wipes clean with a water-dampened cloth.
It all began in 1939 in Bad Rodach, Germany, with finely polished, colorful wooden toys, that were "finely sanded and polished wonderfully smooth, just right for tender children's hands," as the first catalogue emphasized. Today these blocks are still part of our product palate. But the factory for fine wooden toys has been transformed into "the producer of inventive playthings for inquisitive minds."
All products in the HABA range have one thing in common: our attention to detail makes each item special and unique. HABA wants to playfully support children's development, make their lives happier, more exciting, and full of the delight of discovery: to put it simply, to make their world a little more child-friendly.
A wide variety of HABA toys and games have been honored with awards for exceptional design. Since 1993, no fewer than six HABA games received the "Children's game of the Year" award.
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Comments about Klick-Klack Rattling figure:
this toy is attractive & well-made. It makes a really interesting sound that I'm sure baby will enjoy. I can see it being used for years & with many more kids. The description "measurements" might be slightly off, as I was expecting it to be bigger. It lists 8.97" for one of the dimensions, but now I'm thinking this must be in centimeters. At it's largest point, the toy can't be more than 5 inches long. I don't find this to me a negative thing, as it will fit into baby's hand easily.